Hi,I had my General – LRW on 30th July in India and speaking… well just finished 1 hour back!
Listening Sec1 – Enquiry about classes -Timing, Location,Things to carry, Room number, registration date,
Listening Sec2- It was about a ship. Part 1 – Choose correct options from A,B,C. Modifications made in ship, Journey, instrument lost, what happened to the ship finally.
Part 2 – Multiple boats and their significance. Task was to match boats which their significance.
Listening Sec3- Conversation between student and their supervisor. Discussion about project and company called willows. Objective type. – Choose correct option.
Listening Sec4- Fill one word. A study on crocodiles.
Overall- Section 1 and 4 were quite easy. However section 2 & 3 had confusing answers because more then 1 option seemed correct.
Reading – Easy, except section 3, which is usually the case.
Section 1- Rides in Australia – Choose correct paragraph. Starting a business – T,F,NG
Section 2 – Shared car policy for employees – Fill in the blanks
Section 3 – Glaciers melting in Uganda. – Pick correct para, Choose correct option, Y,N,NG, Pick appropriate heading.
Writing – task 1- Letter to a Airport manager. A issues u faced, give your details and give suggestions
Task 2- Agree or Disagree – More time should be spent on Art and music classes for children’s development.
Speaking – 31st July India,
part 1 – Where do you live,How’s transport, How long will you stay there, Newspaper and magazines ,
Part 2 – About Money saving – how,why,what you achieve
Part 3 – About children and pocket money, should children learn to save money, how, why
I hope this all helps. I am bit scared about my writing. Hope i cross the line.
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