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سوالات آیلتس آکادمیک مارس ۲۰۱۷ سریلانکا

Writing task 1 (Report)

There was a table showing the production of carbon dioxide emissions in five countries (China, the US, India, Australia and the UK) in 2005-2006. We had to summarize and compare data.

Writing task 2 (Essay)

Some people say that use of mobile phones should be banned in public places or crowded areas, while others disagree. Give your own opinion and relevant examples.

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 for a living?
  • Do you find your job stressful?
  • What do you do with your friends on weekends?
  • Do you like to make new friends?
  • Do you remember your dreams after you wake up?
  • Do you like to hear dreams of others? Why?
  • Do you like to learn about dreams? Why?

Cue Card

Describe a disagreement that you had with someone. Please say

  • When and where was it?
  • What was it about?
  • How did you feel about it later?

Discussion

  • How can decisions affect a person’s life?
  • What are the main decisions youngsters have to make nowadays?
  • Did you get advice from somebody before making crucial decisions? Why?
  • Why do people make wrong decisions sometimes?
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در آیلتس رایتینگ، منظور از Grammar & Range چیست؟

What exactly are examiners looking for in terms of “grammatical range and accuracy”? Are there any specific tenses or types of sentence that should be included in the essay?

Here’s the answer:

The main thing is to reduce the number of mistakes that you make. An essay that contains no mistakes is likely to get a 9 for grammar, regardless of the types of sentence that it may or may not contain.

There is nothing in the scoring criteria about including specific tenses or sentence constructions. If there is a nice mix of long and short sentences in your essay, you’ll meet the grammar requirements. Remember: as soon as you write a “long” sentence you are naturally going to use connectives (linking words), which will make the sentence ‘compound’ or ‘complex’. So, don’t think too much about the grammar – just aim to reduce the number of mistakes that you make, and try to include a few longer sentences.

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حقوق داوطلبین آیلتس اسپیکینگ

If you don’t understand, …

What should you do if you don’t understand a question in the speaking test? Here are my tips:

Part 1

In part 1, the examiner is not allowed to help you, but he/she can repeat the question. Just say: “Sorry, can you repeat the question please?” If you still don’t understand the second time, try to say something related to the topic or any of the words that you heard. Try your best, then focus on the next question.

Part 2

You are given a task card with the question written on it, so you shouldn’t have any problems in this part. If there is a word that you don’t understand on the task card, don’t ask the examiner – he/she is not allowed to help.

Part 3

In this part of the test, the examiner is allowed to rephrase the question. If you don’t understand, just say something like: “Sorry, can you explain that question in a different way please?”

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برای بیان تضادها از این عبارات استفاده کنید

Contrast

people/places/things/ideas

Questions in part 3 of the speaking module often require candidates to contrast people, places, things and/or ideas. You can see words like ‘although’ , ‘though’, ‘even though’ ,’in spite of’ and despite to do this effectively.

Although/Though/Even though they had only nine players,they (still)won the football match.

They (still) won the football match although/though/even though they had only nine players.

They (still) won the football match in spite of/despite having only nine players.

They (still) won the football match in spite of the fact that / despite the fact that they had only nine players.