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IELTS test in Israel – November 2011 (General Training)
Listening test IELTS test in Israel
Section 1. A talk between two friends about visiting a literary festival.
Questions: filling a table, a phone number and an address.
Section 2. Gardening activity for young kids.
Questions: filling in blanks.
Section 3. Discussion about ancient cultures and nations.
Questions: multiple choice.
Section 4. Lecture about town planning. Current state of the town and future plans for its development.
Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice.
Reading test in Israel
Passage 1. Local events advertised in a local newspaper.
Questions: Matching sentences to paragraphs.
Passage 2. Sales of used cars and insurance types offered within these deals.
Questions: True / False / Not Given.
Passage 3. About food inspectors.
Questions: filling in blanks.
Passage 4. About train driver courses.
Questions: filling in blanks in a brochure about the course.
Passage 5. Kayak travel around the world.
Questions: True / False / Not Given, matching facts to paragraphs.
writing test in Israel
Writing task 1 (a letter)
Write a letter to a company about an item you have bought several years ago, which you want to return.
- Describe the item.
- Why do you want to return it?
- What do you suggest as a solution?
Writing Task 2 (an essay)
Nowadays people spend more hours at work. Jobs became more stressful. What do you think are the reasons for this? Suggest a solution for employers to improve the situation.
Speaking test in Israel
- Please introduce yourself.
- May I see your Id?
- Do you work or study?
- Do you like your job?
- Will you continue this job/profession in the future?
- Is color important to you when you buy clothes?
- Were colors important to you in childhood?
- What colors would you use and not use in your home?
Talk about an unusual thing you did recently. Please say
- What was it?
- Who was there with you?
- How did you feel about it?
- Did you tell anyone about the activity you mentioned on the cue card topic?
- Who do you spend your spare time with?
- What do you usually do?
- Do you prefer to spend it with friends or family?
- What do young people in your country do in their spare time?
- Do men have more spare time than women?
- Activities for children – what importance do they have?
- What kind of activities is better for the kids? Why?
IELTS INTENSIVE COURSE
The speaking component
The IELTS speaking test takes around 15 minutes and is in the form of an interview. The interview will most probably seem like a friendly conversation which typically covers some aspects of your past, present and future situations. The interviewer will direct the conversation through questions which mostly focus on you and your opinions.
The interview has four main sections:
♦ some general questions about yourself
♦ a discussion of topics of general interest
♦ a role play
♦ a discussion of your future plans and a conclusion
It is important that you relax and speak as confidently as you can. Candidates who are difficult to draw into the conversation may not achieve their potential band score simply because they haven't been able to demonstrate the level of language they are capable of producing.
The interview: section one
Section One of the interview is an introduction in which the interviewer will ask you some general questions about yourself. The questions are often, but not always, based on the CV that you filled out before the test. This section of the interview aims to be like a friendly conversation in which the interviewer asks questions that are not too difficult, to try to get to know you and relax you.
Prior to the test, you will be asked to fill in a CV (Curriculum Vitae) which will ask for general information about topics such as the following:
♦ Your country of origin
♦ Where you learnt English
♦ How long you have been learning English
♦ Level of education achieved
♦ Interests and future plans
The first section of the test will go something like this:
♦ The interviewer greets the candidate and introduces himself or herself.
♦ The interviewer asks the candidate to state his or her name clearly for the cassette.
♦ The interviewer asks to see the candidate's passport and CV form.
Typical questions for this stage of the test might be:
It says on your CV that you are interested in Could you tell me why you like it?
How often do you ?
With whom? Where?
Why are you taking the IELTS test?
Is this your hometown? If not:
Tell me about the place you come from.
Would you rather live here or there?
Tell me how the public transport system in your hometown compares with here. If yes:
What do you like about living here?
Are there any bad points about this place?
Strategies for approaching the task
Firstly, you should be very careful what you write on your CV as this could be the basis for the discussion in this part of the test and may influence the interviewer's choice of topics for the second part of the test as well.
Remember that one of the aims of this section is to get you talking freely so that the interviewer can assess your level of English. The interviewer wants you to talk about something you are interested in so that you will perform your best. It is for this reason that you are asked to write down some information about yourself that the interviewer can use as a basis for the questions.
One question on the CV asks you to write down your interests. Make sure that you are prepared to talk about the interests you write down here. For example, if one of your interests is scuba diving, make sure that you learn the vocabulary you need to discuss this topic in English before the test.
And check the pronunciation with a native speaker of English if possible.
One candidate wrote down that she was interested in the environment,though in fact, she knew nothing about environmental issues. The interviewer, thinking that this would be a good topic to get the candidate talking freely, began to ask question after questions about the candidate's
views on various issues related to the environment. The candidate didn' have the language to cope with the questions and also didn 't have any ideas to express about the issues. So instead of the candidate feeling relaxed from the beginning of the interview talking about a familiar topic she felt very uncomfortable and may not have performed as well as she could as a result.
So choose carefully what you write down on the CV and prepare the language you will need to discuss these topics before the test. This does not mean that you should memorise a speech as the interviewer will immediately change the topic if s/he thinks that what you are saying is
rehearsed. It would be more useful to find people with whom you can practise speaking about the topics.
You should also be prepared to use the past, present and present perfect tenses to describe your current situation. For example, 'I have been studying English for two years since I moved to the city'
The interview: section two
In this section the interviewer will move onto one or more topics of general interest. You may need to speak longer (take longer turns) than in the first section and you may need to describe or explain.
It is not possible to predict what topics may be discussed at this point in the interview; however, some standard topics are:
♦ Traditional or modern buildings in your country
♦ Tourism and tourist sites
♦ Celebrations and cultural activities
♦ Family and family relationships
♦ Schooling and the education system in your country
♦ City and country living
♦ Modern and traditional lifestyles
If the interview does not take place in your country of origin, you may be asked to compare your country's architecture, level of tourism, culture etc with those of the country you are living in.
What is being tested is your ability to:
♦ take longer turns in a conversation
♦ give information involving description and explanation
Strategies for approaching the task
Carefully consider what you know about each of the topics above. Try to think of all the questions that someone who was trying to get to know you might ask, and make sure that you have all the vocabulary you need to discuss the topics in depth. Check and practise the pronunciation of any new vocabulary. Where there are contentious issues, try to develop an opinion.
You will perform better in the IELTS interview if your speech is fluent. And you're likely to be more fluent if you have already thought about the topic and have some ideas to express. This doesn 't mean memorising or rehearsing a speech because you can never be sure exactly what the questions will be, and also the examiner will immediately ask a different question if s/he suspects that your answer is memorised.
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IELTS test in Vietnam – November 2011 (Academic Module)
Listening test IELTS test in Vietnam
Section 1. A phone call to register for a wedding ceremony.
Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions (no more than X words).
Section 2. A discussion between professor and a student about her assignment and various interests of other students.
Questions: multiple choice.
Section 3. A lecture about electrical transport.
Questions: multiple choice, diagram / map labeling.
Section 4. Don’t remember.
Passage 1. About bushfires in California.
Questions: filling in blanks, True/False/Not Given, match headings to paragraphs.
Passage 2. Fingerprints in art.
Questions: filling in blanks, match headings to paragraphs.
Passage 3. Innovation in producing some ideas from experts.
Questions: True/False/Not Given, match headings to paragraphs.
Writing task 1 (a report)
Two pie charts showing pollutants damaging the ocean between 1997 and 2007.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Economic growth helps to improve the standard of living. However, some researches show that people in developing countries are happy with this trend; whilst people in developed countries are not happy about it. Explain why do you think this is.
Talk about a job that helps to make the world a better place. Please say
- What job is it?
- Where did you learn about it?
- Why do you think it helps so much?
- What are the requirements for the person suitable for this job?
- Talk about pollution in your city, including examples.
- How is it possible to prevent it from happening?
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