Hello Atul!I took my IELTS Academic exam in Dublin Ireland on the 30th July, and the questions are as follows:
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Research about Whales, categorize each kind of whale.(the most difficult)
Reseach about the ocean (fishing)
How the desert grows (desertification)
Parrots in Australia
Multitasking experimental research
A line graph illustrating the number of crimes three different categories (car theft, house burglary, and street theft) in particular city in England, from 1984 to 2004.
Task 2 (problem and solution essay)
Recent studies show that hunger is no longer considered a problem to be tackled, the problem of over-eating is more important as it happens worldwide.
Why people are over-eating?
What measures could be taken to alleviate this problem?
where are you from
where do you live
type of accommodation, favourite room, what would you change in your house if you could.
Also asked about activities that I used to do when I was at school, handcraft
Traditional handcrafts made in my country
Bicycle in my country
Talk about a news that you have recently watched on the TV
Say what was that
who was in this new
Explain why do you think it was interesting
children, family and television, benefits
How teachers can use TV in education
computer x handbook
I have a question. In the task 2, I did not addressed the cause of the problem completely, I mentioned the problem but I could have developed the idea better. However I suggested two solutions for the issue. I am confident about the vocabulary I used (I used the right vocabulary for the topic) and the structure, coherence and cohesion) I had enough time to check my work. (4 paragraphs and around 360 words.) Will it have a significant impact on my score?
Thank you for website, it is very useful, helped me to clarify many doubts and learn a good range of vocabulary, it is still helping me on my studies.
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