Thanks to our kind friend A, we are sharing today the questions from his recent IELTS exam in Japan:
Part 1. A woman was asking a staff member at the Artificial Snow Centre about the range of activities they offer.
Part 2. We were given a map and asked to label the streets and shops on it, according to what we hear.
Part 3. A conversation between a university tutor and two students, on their inter-department project.
Part 4. Don’t remember.
Writing task 1 (a report)
The graph below shows the percentages of people in four age groups who had been to the cinema more than once a month, in the period between 2000 and 2011.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
* Note: this isn’t the actual graph given in the test, it was recreated for the purpose of demonstration.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Public health is becoming an urgent issue nowadays. Some argue that governments should create nutrition and food choice laws to improve public health, while others believe that it is a matter of personal choice and responsibility. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
Part 1 (Interview)
– What is your full name?
– What do you do, work or study?
– What is the weather like in your country?
– Do you prefer hot weather or cold weather? Why?
– Do you celebrate birthdays?
– Do you celebrate birthdays differently now compared to when you were young?
– Has the importance of birthdays changed for you? Why / why not?
Part 2 (Cue Card)
Describe your childhood friend. You should say
– who he/she is
– when you met him/her
– where you met
– and explain what you did together.
Follow-up question: do you still see your childhood friend?
Part 3 (Discussion)
– Do you still talk to your childhood friends? Why?
– Has the Internet changed the way people make friends? Why do you think so?
– Have you been affected by this change?
– Why do you think people lose their childhood friends?
– Is it important for young children to have friends?
– What influence do you think friends have on young children?
IELTS test January 19,2023, Pakistan
In some countries the parents think that teaching their teaching at home is better than sending them to schools.
Do you think the advantages of this outweighs the disadvantages?
I’m glad this helps!
Thank you Navid! According to what we’ve heard from other people, Iran and Uzbekistan also had the same writing task 2.
I’m glad this helps!
So, it is possible to get the same question even if the time different?
It definitely is. The same questions have been seen in different countries on different dates.