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    Hi Atul,I just took the IELTS General speaking test an hour ago in Cairo, Egypt , and I was asked, surprisingly, ALL of the following questions:
    Part one:
    what is your full name?
    where are you from?
    Do you work or are you a student?
    What kind of work do you do?
    What does you that involves?
    Neighbors or Neighbours:
    Do you know your neighbors well?
    Do you go out with your neighbors?
    Should you treat your neighbors in a good way?
    have you helped a neighbor before?
    Do you like to use public buses?
    Which do you prefer using public buses or the under ground?
    What should governments do to improve public buses?
    Part 2
    Describe a good news you have heard about someone that you were really happy to hear?
    who was that person,what was it,when was it, explain why you were happy?
    Did you share this news with your family and friends?
    Part 3
    what kind of news should people share with in their community or neighborhood?
    Do you think that media should share good news or bad news to the public?
    This is my second attempt, the first one was on May 13th, which no one has received it’s results yet.
    Any way, I think I did not do as good as last time.
    I admit that this time there were more questions in 17 minutes compared to the last speaking test.
    Is there any limits to numbers of questions in the speaking test?
    I will be having the rest of the exams tomorrow, so please wish me luck.
    Good luck to all.
    Thanks Atul.

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