Hôm nay chúng ta sẽ cùng nhau ôn tập IELTS với đề thi “IELTS test in India – June 2015 (Academic Module)”
– Section 1. Application form for a new job, requiring information about the applicant’s previous work.
– Section 2. About fire and fire alarms.
– Section 3. A lady was organizing a drama class and talking about the clothes, stage, repetition times and so on.
Questions: multiple choice, map labeling.
– Section 4. Description of a certain mechanism and how it works.
Questions: filling in blanks.
– Passage 1. About crops.
– Passage 2. About different car models and brands.
– Passage 3. About mobiles, texting habits, and the difference between old and young generations’ preferences.
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were given a bar chart showing the percentage of marriages in Australia between 1960 and 2000.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In many countries traditional food is replaced by international fast food. This has adverse effects on families, individuals and the society. Do you agree or disagree? Give your opinion.
– What is your full name?
– Can I see your ID?
– Where are you from?
– Do you work or study?
– Do you find it interesting?
– How is it helpful to you?
– Are there any age limits for becoming a student in your country?
– What should they be, in your opinion?
– Do you think this will change in the future?
– What type of movies do you usually watch? Why?
– Is there any change in your preference since you were a child?
– If you had a chance would you make a movie? Why?
– How long have you been studying mathematics for?
– Do you find it useful?
– Why is it important?
– Do you think it might be useful for everybody in day to day life?
Talk about a stage of your life that you enjoyed the most. Please say
– When was it?
– Where were you at the time?
– Why did you enjoy it so much?
– Do you see a change in your personality since those days?
– How are old people treated in your country? Why?
– Is there an age when a person must stop working in your country?
– Are there any problems caused by these restrictions?
– What can be done to help the people affected by these restrictions?