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recent exam writing question 5 April 2014

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014

recent exam quetsion 5th april 2014

 

 

 

 

 

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 1

Location : Australia       Test type : General Training

Task 1 – Letter

You are interested to study a short course at a college in an English language country.
Write a letter to its managers and explain
– What course you are going to study ?and why?
– What is you qualifications and experience?
– Why do you choose this college to study?

Task 2 – Essay

Some people believe that Competitive sports like football is valuable for different group ages and culture while some others believe that it may cause some problems for culture and nationalities.

Discuss both views and give your opinion.

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 2

Location : Australia       Test type : Academic

Task 1 – Graph

1 line graph with 3 lines of GDP in education, health & retirement pensions from 2001 to 2051

Task 2 – Essay

An increasing number of people who change their careers & place of residence in several in their lives.

Is this a positive or negative development? 

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 3

Location : Australia       Test type : General Training

Task 1 – Letter

write a letter to admin at uni that you are interested in one of their short courses.

– explain why,
– your education background and practice,
–  why this uni.

Task 2 – Essay

Some people think that international games like football make people from different age groups and cultures come together while other thinks that it creates more differences between people of different nation.
It’s not word to word but I think still that will help.

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 4

 Location : Vietnam       Test type : Academic

Task 1 – Graph

Line graph, % of GDP on government spending,

Task 2 – Essay

More people change career and place. Positive or negative of this development?

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 5

 Location : Azerbaijan    Test type : Academic

Task 1 – Graph

Mixed graph, line graph with pie chart about female prisons

Task 2 – Essay

nowadays, children spend their free time in sport and very seriously. Is it positive or negative.

 recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 6

Location : Australia   Test type : General Training

Task 1 – Letter

As one of your colleague is leaving the job, your manager has asked you to arrange a leaving party for him.

– Suggest a suitable day and time for the party
– Recommend a venue/place
– Discuss about the food and entertainment options available

Task 2 – Essay

Some people believe that travelling alone really benefits in learning a country’s culture and experience, while others believe it is better to travel with someone you know.

Discuss both these views and share your opinion.

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 7

Location : London  Test type : Academic

Task 1 – Graph

Line Graph = Population of Women in Prison b/w 1901 & 2001
Pie Graph = Percentage of crimes committed by women in 2001

Task 2 – Essay

Some Children are taking sports very seriously in their free time. They are not taking this fun Positive or Negative development.?

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 8

Location : Australia   Test type : General Training

Task 1 – Letter

You are intending to study a short course in an English speaking country.write a letter to an admission officer in a college with the following information.

– Explain the course you are interested and why?
– Describe your educational background and practical experience .
– Why this college attracts you?

Task 2 – Essay

Some people believe that competitive sports such as soccer brings the people of all ages ,cultures and nationalities together.While other people argue that these sort of sports cause problems in the world.
Discuss both views and give your opinion.

recent exam writing question 5 April 2014 # 9

Location : Australia   Test type : General Training

Task 1 – Letter

Write a letter to the college about a short-course in a English-Speaking country.

– Why are you interested in this course
– What are your qualification and practical experience
– Where did you hear about this course.

Task 2 – Essay

Some people argue that challenging sports like Football can bring people together regardless of their age and culture, but others argue that this kind of sport can bring problems to people instead.

14 Responses so far.

  1. Dilmurod says:

    Please write firstly Azerbaijan writing essays in 12 April pleaseeeeeeeeeeee

  2. RJ says:

    I could not get the reason behind posting same questions again and again. post something new please

    • Alam Alam says:

      Dear RJ,

      i simply post recent topics. If IELTS examiners are repeating, i can’t do anything about it. If fact, it still makes candidates aware that same topic is still being repeated.

  3. Dilmurod says:

    ielts speaking topic
    Describe a film you saw and did not like
    what kind of film
    where you saw
    and explain why you did not like

  4. Dilmurod says:

    please publish the essay of Australia with Task 1

  5. Dilmurod says:

    please open new page for essays 12 April

  6. MOnica says:

    can you post IELTS question in 26 april 2014

  7. LAK says:

    Some people think that international competitive sports such as football bring conflict between people of different age groups and nationalities. Others think sport is helping reach understanding between people and nations.
    Discuss both views and give your opinion.

    While there are grounds to argue that international competitive sports create conflicts between nations as well as people of different age groups, it can equally be argued that these sports enable people to understand each other. Although there are merits for the both sides of the argument, personally I’m in favour of organizing sports events to interact with people.
    There is one significant reason to think that sports bring conflict between people. It is the fights among the supporters or players. It has been seen in several occasions that fights have been started at the end of the game as releasing the disappointment and anger of the supporters or the player of the losing side or celebrating the victory by exchanging the physical blows. It is often seen in Schools’ big match season. Sometime these unfortunate incidents could be lead to divisions of people and there are few occasions these separations continue for ages.
    However, there are number of reasons to claim that sports events play a major role to understand people in different groups. One major reason is that people go to another country to watch international sports events such as Football, Rugger, Cricket or Olympic Games and they get lot of chances to develop relationships with the citizens of those countries. Another connected point to support this argument is that while watching these sports events people can share their ideas with the people who sit next to them even though he is a fan of another team. Not only watching the sports events but also when organizing them, there are so many opportunities opened for interacting with different group of people and building good communication among them. Further, it should not be forgotten that always there is likelihood for players to build lifelong relationships with the opponents.

    In conclusion, I strongly believe that while it can be caused some conflicts only in few occasions, it is very important to have sports events to make it possible for understanding people in different age group and nationalities.

  8. umair siddiqui says:

    i am w8ing for your reply. thanx

  9. umair siddiqui says:

    please upload the 24 April or 26 April writing paper.

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