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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module)

IELTS test in the Philippines – May 2012 (Academic Module):

The IELTS exams below were shared by J from the Philippines, who remembered the writing and speaking parts:
Writing test IELTS test in the Philippines
Writing task 1 (a report)
Describe a chart about the percentage of water usage in Egypt, Canada and Turkey and the distribution of water in the world.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
In most countries, prison is the most common solution when people commit a crime. However, if they were to receive better education, it could prevent them from becoming criminals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Speaking Test 1
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– Where are you from?

– Describe the house you live in.

– What do you like about your house?

– What should your house or apartment look like in the future?
Cue Card
Describe a situation where people congratulated you for the things that you’ve done. Please say
– What was it that you did?

– When did it happen?

– What did people tell you?
Discussion
– What can drive a person to become successful?

– Can the competition help in making the person successful?
Speaking Test 2
Interview
– Can you tell me your full name?

– How do you spend your weekends?

– Where did you go on a holiday?

– Do you want to go to that place again?

– What problems did you encounter using mobile phones?
Cue Card
Talk about things that can make you a bit angry. Please say
– What are they?

– When and where are they happening, usually?

– Why do they make you angry?
Discussion
– When you think about it, do you still feel angry?

– Is it good to express emotions?

– What are the disadvantages of hiding emotions?

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