hi Atul! hi Everyone!I have completed taking my IELTS General Training exams in India today.
Listening, Reading and Writing Test – August 4, 2016
Speaking Test – August 2nd, 2016
Where do you live? Is it a flat/apartment?
Describe the locality.
Would you settle in this locality?
Have you been in a noisy place?
How does it affect you in work place?
Do you like reading newspaper or magazine? Why?
Which was the 1st newspaper/magazine you read?
Do you think it will die out?
Talk about a skill that you learned as a child. Who taught you this skill? How is it a useful one.
Do you think others should learn this skill?
What do you think is a daily useful practical skill and why?
Which is better – Practical or academic skills
Are practical skills not taught in school? Explain
How do you master something & how does it impact you?
Listening : Had the usual format dialogues & fill blanks or A,B,C…
A difference observed : answer in ONE WORD only.
Section 1 :
Section 2 :
Section 3 :
Section 4 :
Task1 : Letter – The company you work has decided to close the cafeteria as staff are not using it much. You are unhappy about it. Write letter to the supervisor/director(someone in authority) :
– Asking not to close it
– Inform what you feel is the cause of staff not using it.
– How can things be improved in the cafeteria.
Task2 : Essay :
In most places , people are spending their free-time going shopping as compared to their older hobbies of the past.
Why do you think is this happening due to?
Do you see it as a positive or negative development?
Hope this helps.
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