Part 1 – Introduction & Interview Topic: Shoes Q. Do you like shoes? [Why/Why not?] A. Yes, I do like shoes mainly because they help me with my mobility. I like them also because they help me to present myself in a more “fashionable” manner in any social or professional settings. Shoes are also considered as a “symbol”
Part One – Introduction [The examiner asks the candidate about him/herself, his/her home, work or studies and other familiar topics.] Dancing: Q. Do you enjoy dancing? [Why/Why not?] Answer: Unfortunately, I don’t really enjoy dancing mainly because I have never really been good at it. Besides, I was never really interested to learn dancing either. But, most
Part One – Introduction [This part of the test begins with the examiner introducing himself or herself and checking the candidate’s identification. It then continues as an interview. In the interview, the examiner asks the candidate about his/her home, work or studies and other familiar topics.] Photographs: Q. What type of photos do you like taking?
believe it or not, the list of facial organ vocabs below are also frequently mentioned during your IELTS tests. So it is safer to get familiar with them 🙂 By the way, there is a word missing (the question mark one). Can you have a guess what it is? Answer: Eye brow Here are ten
You probably know the meaning of individual words like ‘flight’, ‘tour’ and ‘view’. However, the key to showcasing your advanced English is to show you are able to use these individual words in combination with other words to form set phrases and expressions. Read the following IELTS-style questions and answers below and pay attention to
Listening test Section 1. Children sport camp application form. Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 1 word). Section 2. An art gallery description. Questions: short-answer questions (no more than 2 words), multiple choice. Section 3. Dialogue between a student and a teacher, including feedback for a previous session and then a discussion about choice of
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 you do? – Where do you live now? – Do you like it there? – Would you like to live there in the future?
Speaking test Part 1 (Interview) – Do you work or study? – What do you study? – What course do you enjoy the most? – Let’s talk about weather. – Does the weather in your country change often? – What kind of weather do you like? – Do you function better in cold or hot
In the speaking test, especially in Part 3, you may be asked to describe your future plans or predict or speculate on future situations e.g. social changes, public transport, etc. You’ll need future tenses, conditionals and modal verbs expressing possibility. First, let’s recap on ways of expressing the future: Will/shall + verb usage To give or
Writing test Writing task 1 (a letter) You have recently used a moving company to move your household items to a new place and they have been damaged in transfer. Write a Letter to the company’s manager and say – When and where did it take place? – What is your complaint?