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نمونه سوالات آیلتس آکادمیک ژوئن ۲۰۱۷ کویت

Reading test

Passage 1. About wind power and ways to harness it.

Passage 2. About human navigation.

Passage 3. About climate change discovery on a certain island in the Pacific region.

Writing test

Writing task 1 (a report)

We were given two maps of a museum and its surroundings, in 1957 and 2007. We had to notice and describe the changes.

Writing task 2 (an essay)

Many studies say that older people do not exercise enough. What are the reasons for this? What would you suggest to encourage them to exercise?

Speaking test

Interview

  • What is your full name?
  • Can I see your ID?
  • Where are you from?
  • Do you work or study?
  • What do you do?
  • What do you like about your job?
  • What do you think about advertisements?
  • Do you buy products because of the ads?
  • What do you think about billboard advertisements?

Cue Card

Describe a happily married couple that you know. Please say

  • Who are they?
  • How long have you known them?
  • What makes this married couple happy?

Discussion

  • What do they do together?
  • How often do you see them?
  • Let’s talk about weddings.
  • How do people celebrate weddings in your country?
  • What is the average age to get married in your country?
  • Why do people get married at a later age today?
  • Why do people tend to have fewer children now than in the past?
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نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس قسمت ۲۵

In the developed world, average life expectancy is increasing. What problems will this cause for individuals and society? Suggest some measures that could be taken to reduce the impact of ageing populations.

It is true that people in industrialized nations can expect to live longer than ever before. Although there will undoubtedly be some negative consequences of this trend, societies can take steps to mitigate these potential problems.

As people live longer and the populations of developed countries grow older, several related problems can be anticipated. The main issue is that there will obviously be more people of retirement age who will be eligible to receive a pension. The proportion of younger, working adults will be smaller, and governments will therefore receive less money in taxes in relation to the size of the population. In other words, an ageing population will mean a greater tax burden for working adults. Further pressures will include a rise in the demand for healthcare, and the fact young adults will increasingly have to look after their elderly relatives.

There are several actions that governments could take to solve the problems described above. Firstly, a simple solution would be to increase the retirement age for working adults, perhaps from 65 to 70. Nowadays, people of this age tend to be healthy enough to continue a productive working life. A second measure would be for governments to encourage immigration in order to increase the number of working adults who pay taxes. Finally, money from national budgets will need to be taken from other areas and spent on vital healthcare, accommodation and transport facilities for the rising numbers of older citizens.

In conclusion, various measures can be taken to tackle the problems that are certain to arise as the populations of countries grow older.(265 words, band 9)

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لیسنینگ و transcribe کردن

لیسنینگ و transcribe کردن

يكى از بهترين راههاى تقويت لیسنینگ ترنسکرایب( transcribe) کردن یا پیاده نمودن متن شنیداری روی کاغذ است.

  • توصیه می‌شود سکشن های دو، سه و چهار لیسنینگ ترنسکرایب شود.
  • ابتدا صدا را گوش میدهیم و پس از دو یا سه کلمه پاز میکنیم و چیزی را که شنیده ایم روی کاغذ می نویسیم.
    (پس از مهارت یافتن، تعداد کلمات را به تدریج افزایش می دهیم، تا اینکه فقط در انتهای هر جمله مکث میکنیم.)
  • اگر واژه یا واژگانی را نفهمیدیم، بازگشته و دوباره گوش می دهیم. این کار را آنقدر تکرار می کنیم
    تا آن واژه یا واژگان را بفهمیم (به تدریج و با مهارت یافتن در طول زمان، تعداد تکرارها را کم میکنیم تا در انتها به دو تا سه بار محدود شویم.)
  • واژگان و به خصوص کالوکیشن هایی را که نمی دانیم، فیش برداری کرده و سعی می کنیم با مثال آن،
    یعنی در جمله، حفظ کرده و به کار ببریم.
  • توصیه می‌شود هر روز یک سکشن از لیسنینگ های آیلتس ترنسکرایب شده و فیش نویسی شود.

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نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس قسمت ۲۴

Nowadays animal experiments are widely used to develop new medicines and to test the safety of other products. Some people argue that these experiments should be banned because it is morally wrong to cause animals to suffer, while others are in favour of them because of their benefits to humanity.
Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

It is true that medicines and other products are routinely tested on animals before they are cleared for human use. While I tend towards the viewpoint that animal testing is morally wrong, I would have to support a limited amount of animal experimentation for the development of medicines.

On the one hand, there are clear ethical arguments against animal experimentation. To use a common example of this practice, laboratory mice may be given an illness so that the effectiveness of a new drug can be measured. Opponents of such research argue that humans have no right to subject animals to this kind of trauma, and that the lives of all creatures should be respected. They believe that the benefits to humans do not justify the suffering caused, and that scientists should use alternative methods of research.

On the other hand, reliable alternatives to animal experimentation may not always be available. Supporters of the use of animals in medical research believe that a certain amount of suffering on the part of mice or rats can be justified if human lives are saved. They argue that opponents of such research might feel differently if a member of their own families needed a medical treatment that had been developed through the use of animal experimentation. Personally, I agree with the banning of animal testing for non-medical products, but I feel that it may be a necessary evil where new drugs and medical procedures are concerned.

In conclusion, it seems to me that it would be wrong to ban testing on animals for vital medical research until equally effective alternatives have been developed.(270 words, band 9)