It’s common that humans tend to make mistakes and we know that nobody is ever perfect. It’s all the more usual to make mistakes when we take tests even when we’re the most prepared. But, mistakes while talking IELTS can affect your scores and you might lose your chance of studying abroad. It’s always important
IELTS examination is classified into two types as: IELTS Academic Training. Academic training is for people who are applying for higher education or professional registration in an English speaking environment. IELTS General Training. This test is for people who are going to English speaking countries for secondary education, work experience, or training programs and it
Note: Due to covid 2019 IELTS tests are not in Active Mode so we are presenting some speaking Tests from different parts of Punjab. Speaking test Part 1 (Interview) – What is your full name? – Can I see your ID? – Where are you from? – Do you work or study? – What do
1. Do you like wearing a hat? Although hats help protect your hair and face from direct sunlight, I really don’t like wearing hats every day. After removing my hair my hair is always messed up. Instead of wearing a hat, I think I like to bring an umbrella with me. 2. What kind of
IELTS test in India and Iran – January 2020 (General Training) Listening test Part 1. Job details. Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice. Part 2. About a harbour and different events held there, map and table of programs and their information. Questions: filling in blanks. Section 3. Two students were discussing taking different courses.
recent IELTS exam in January in Moga: Writing test Writing task 1 (a letter) Your Manager has asked you to do a presentation at the upcoming training session. Write a letter to your manager and say – What is the topic of presentation? – What is the benefit of conducting a session on that topic?
Part 1 speaking: Answer a set of questions on color, letters, handwriting and emails (i.e. which are more important etc) Do you work or study? Do you like your work? Are you a morning person? Do you study or Work? Why you choose these subjects? What will you do after completing education? How has your
In your IELTS speaking exam, you will talk to a trained examiner and the whole conversation would be divided into three main parts: Part 1: Introduction & General discussion Part 2: Cue card Part 3: Details discussion (mostly based on cue card topic) Today we will closely discuss the 2nd part of the speaking exam
Speaking test Part 1 (Interview) – What is your full name? – Can I see your ID? – Where are you from? – Do you work or study? – Do you like your job? – Does your job involve travelling? – Would you take a job that involves travelling to different countries? –