IELTS Exam – Nepal – Aelisha Shrestha – January 14, 2017

First Thank you Atul for your guidelines..☺ Ielts centre-Nepal
Ielts date 12th jan
module: Academic
Writing:
Task 1:
here is the table of number of mobile and computer user per 1000 people in six different countries in year 2003. compare and summarise the table.
Task:2
Many people goes abroad for higher studies.Do the advantages outweigh diasdavantage??
Give your opinion.
Listening and reading I couldn’t remember all of it but reading part 3 was quiet tough..
Speaking 13th Jan
part1
-Are you a student or worker?
-Why did you choose this subject?
-What will you be doing after completing your studies?
-How is your hometown?
-What do you like the most about it?
-What do people usually do here?
Part2
Cue card: describe a time when you have forget the appointment(e.g..with doctor or friends)
-When was the appointment?
-Why did you forget about the appointment?
-What happened after you forger about it?
Part:3
-Is business& doctor appointment important or meeting with friendsimportant?what do you think?
-Do you usually remember the appointment?
-What do people usually do to remember appointment? Like any signs?
-Is family history important to know?
Do you think it is benefit to have a goodtalk with your ancestors??
Part1&part3 went well but I am afraid of part2.as I was stucked for a moment.
Listening went well too..I am confused for reading.writing was good though task1 didn’t go well as I expected..
Hope for the good result..
Special thanks to you.Atul.. 🙂 🙂

 

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