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- August 18, 2018 at 5:00 pm #25473anna
I took an exam today (both LRW and Speaking, academic module) in Moscow, Russia.
For WT1 I had a line graph and a bar chart dealing with the population aged between 18 and 34 years in some city (how many they were, where they lived).
For WR2 I had something like “Scientists agree that people ruin thein health by eating junk food. Some people think that the best way to prevent people from eating junk food is to educate them, while others believe that this won’t work. Discuss both views and give your own opinion”.
For Speaking I had the following questions:
Where do you live?
How long have you lived there?
Is the place where you live interesting?
How often do you write?
Do you prefer writing by hand of typing?
What do you usually write?
Did you like writing when you were a school?
Do you read newspapers?
Does anyone from your family read newspapers?
Do you read any newspapers online? Why?
What part of a newspaper you usually read first?
Describe an ooccasion when visitors came to your home.
How do people in your country usually welcome visitors?
Is there any difference between staying at your friend’s home or at a hotel?
How can people in different countries make their visitors feel at home?
Is it necessary for tourists to adapt to the country’s customs and traditions?
Do tourists have to learn the language of the country they visit?
Unfortunately, I cannot recall all the questions
My examiner wasn’t chatty or smiley, she looked like she was terribly tired of her work
However, I do hope this information will be useful for someone!
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