Test Date: Feb 11, 2017Location: USA
Test Type: Academic
Listening & reading were quite easy.
Q1: I had to write a letter to person who found and returned a bag I lost. I had to specify where and how I lost the bag, and why was the bag so important to me.
Q2: Some people fail in school, but end up being successful in life. Why do you think that is the case? What is the most important thing to succeed in life.
Speaking (the ones I remember):
Do I live in a house or an apartment?
What can I see from my apartment?
Do I like it when people visit me? Why?
Do I like to meet people at home or outside?
What do I do when people visit me at home?
Why is it important to meet people?
Do I like chocolate?
How often do I eat chocolate?
Why do people like chocolate?
Did I ever give anyone chocolate as a gift?
Which tall building do I like the most? Why? What is the name of the building? Where is it located? Describe the building.
Have I ever visited the building?
How many times?
With whom?
Should new buildings be built in historical cities/neighborhoods?
What if we have a need to build new structures, but there is no more space left in the city?
How important is an architect’s role in a new building?


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