Hi Atul,Test type: General
Exam date: 25th March
Sorry for posting it late. This is what I remember now.
Speaking: About my hometown, do I miss my hometown
do I have plans to settle there in future
which is the place I really like to spend my free time.
My Favourite color, why you like that color.
My friend’s favorite color
If you get a chance to paint your room with a color, which color will you avoid and why?
Card topic: Speak about an unusual or interesting thing that you start doing recently.
What is that and why did you do that?
You did that alone or with someone?
How did you feel after doing it (I explained cooking as the interesting thing I did recently)
How hotels are affecting your food industry
3rd section was a little difficult
How are people spending leisure time in your country
Are they getting enough free time more than the past
How old people are contributing to the leisure industry
Listening: 2nd section was a bit tough as it has a map and it was confusing. 1st and 3rd were ok and the 4th section was the easiest.
Reading: Paragraphs were comparatively simple and only a few questions were really not straight
Writing: Section 1: Your friend is coming to stay at your apartment in your absence. Write a letter by giving him/her all the necessary instructions and details
Section 2: Govt. is spending too much money on wildlife preservation. Do you agree or disagree and explain your point.
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