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  1. الصورة الرمزية ابراهيم عبد الله
    ابراهيم عبد الله

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    ابراهيم عبد الله , ذكر. مبتعث جديد New Member. من الغابون , مبتعث فى المملكة المتحدة , تخصصى Education Technology , بجامعة Southampton
    • Southampton
    • Education Technology
    • ذكر
    • Bournemouth, Bournemouth
    • الغابون
    • Sep 2007
    المزيدl

    April 3rd, 2010, 02:36 PM

    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
    لدي الكثير من نماذج اختبار الايلتس على مستوى دول العالم ومن خلال متابعتي لها وجدت انها تتكرر او على الاقل بنفس الفكره
    ونظرا لعدم قدرتي على رفع الملف تم ارفاق بعض النماذج
    الله يوفق الجميع
    لاتنسوني من الدعاء
  2. للاسف لم استطع رفع الملف ولكن هذه بعض النماذج"
    لجميع مهارات الايلتس
    For all four IELTS skills

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    IELTS tests in Sudan and Tunisia – February 2010 (AcademicModule)


    2010-02-13 06:47:43-05


    IELTS tests in Sudan and Tunisia were the same, according to the informationI’ve received from 2 students (thank you S. and S.!), here is what we know:


    Listening test


    Section 1: A telephone conversation about the upcoming cultural events in thecity.


    Section 2: A conversation about rockets manufacturing.


    Sections 3, 4: Don’t remember.


    Reading test


    Passage 1: A text about happiness and psychology.


    Passage 2: A text aboutresearch related to space and aliens.


    Passage 3: Don’t remember.


    Writing test


    Writing Task 1 (a report)


    We had a process diagramshowing the life cycle of salmon fish, from eggs to adult salmon and the size ofthe fish in each of three stages.


    Writing task 2 (an essay)


    Nowadays commercial advertisingis targeting children and not parents. Why did the advertising change? Is this apositive or a negative development?


    Speaking test


    Interview


    - What is your full name?


    - Can I see yourID?


    - What shall I call you?


    - What do you think about your first day atwork?


    - Do you like cooking?


    - Do you think you will cook more in thefuture? Why?


    - Where do you usually like to travel?


    - Do you thinktraveling is important?


    - Have you ever been on a long trip?


    Cue card


    Talk about a family (not yours) where you wereliving for a short period, you should say:


    - How did you know the members ofthat family?


    - What were their interests?


    - Why do you like them?


    Discussion


    - What things are recycled in your homecountry?


    - What is the most powerful kind of advertisement? Is it on TV or innewspapers?





    IELTS Speaking questions from Spain – March 2010


    2010-04-03 06:05:37-04


    IELTS speaking questions from Spain were shared by M (thank you!), here theyare:


    Speaking test


    Interview


    - What is your name?


    - Where is yourhometown?


    - What can you recommend in your hometown?


    - Do you liketraveling?


    - Where do you want to go traveling?


    Cue Card


    Describe a park or an outdoor place where you enjoyed being, you shouldsay:


    - what did it look like?


    - What did you do there?


    - Why did youenjoy being there?


    Discussion


    - Can you name outdoor places where people go?


    - What do you do in agarden or another outdoor place?


    - Do you think there could be more done toprotect nature?


    - What could there be done?


    - What effect does theurbanization have on countrysides

















    IELTS test in Russia, Moscow – March 2010 (AcademicModule)


    2010-04-01 07:40:03-04


    IELTS test in Moscow was shared by G. (thank you so much!) and she evenremembered the chart in the Writing Task 1. Here is what G reported:


    Listening test


    Section 1. A telephone conversation between a man, who wants to book arestaurant room for 50 people, and a woman. There were mentioned details such asmeal price, type of meal (French, International, Luxury) and some facilities (drinks, flowers, name cards printing), possible discounts, manager surnamespelling.


    Section 2. Radio program did a review for some TV programs and expressed anopinion about them.


    Questions: The task was to write down a letter corresponding to the opinionabout a program (A positive, B negative, C neutral). Then there was a table, wehad to fill in the gaps a type of program (documentary for example) and what itwas about (teenagers, birds, a date).


    Section 3. Two students discussed a girl’s work practice in the hotel (in thereception, in the shop, in the cafe).


    Questions: The task was to choose her comment about the place: was it tiring, bad organized, too noisy etc.


    Section 4. A lecture about fat, diet without fat, what could be a substitutefor fat. What people like the most about fat (taste, structure, etc).


    Questions: multiple choice. Then lecturer described three manufacturedproducts (X,Y,Z), which could replace fat. We had to choose the right featuresfor each product from the list (marine product, reduces risk of heart disease, increases blood pressure, etc).


    Reading test


    Passage 1. Transport facilities in remote areas in developing countries witha picture of bike cart.


    Questions: True/False/Not Given, filling in thegaps.


    Passage 2. A text about air space division into sectors and aboutestablishing new organization to control traveling.


    Questions: Matchingheadings to paragraphs, Yes/No/Not Given.


    Passage 3. Passage refers to atavism in animal world.


    Questions: multiplechoice.






    Writing test


    Writing task 1 (a report)


    There was a bar graph showingan average amount of children born to one woman in 1970 and 2000 in 5 differentcountries.



    Writing task 2 (an essay)


    International travel influencesindividuals as well as the countries they visit. Do advantages outweigh thedisadvantages?


















    IELTS test in Australia – March 2010 (AcademicModule)


    2010-03-31 06:26:18-04


    IELTS test in Australia (Gold Cost) was identical to theexam in Brunei. Normally, I would leave it at that, but ourfriend V. managed to remember a lot of additional information – including theactual table that was given in the Writing Task 1 and the questions in Speaking. Enjoy!


    Listening test


    Section 1. We heard a conversation between a club receptionist and a personwho was inquiring about purchasing a membership for his friends.


    Questions: filling in the gaps on a form that showed the address of the club, monthly fees, joining fee, available facilities, telephone number.


    Section 2. A phone conversation about tourist packages to visit ‘SOMECaves.


    Questions: filling in the gaps on a form that described prices of the ticketper person and per group, history of the caves, various extra activities offeredto the tourists.


    Section 3. A conversation between a tutor and two students was played.


    Questions: multiple choice questions about type of essays students weresupposed to write, word limit, main topic of the essay, etc.


    Section 4. Lecture about significance of airports was played. Lecturer hasbeen speaking about 5 different scenarios of what will happen with the airportsin the future.


    Questions: Choose a title for each scenario. It wasn’t easy to listen to thespeaker and at the same time keep scrolling for the title of the scenario, aswritten titles were very much paraphrased and sounded differently in therecording.


    Reading test


    Passage 1. Effects of junk food advertising on children.


    Passage 2. Shoemaker-Levy 9, comet that hit Jupiter.


    Passage 3. Research paper abouttalent as a quality to be assessed by employers.


    This was quite aninteresting text, as it questioned conventional methods of measuringintelligence as ineffective to distinguish talented people. Example of Bach wasgiven. Bach was an amazing composer, however, he wasn’t recognized for a while. The standards of recognition in music during those days had to change in orderto appreciate Bach’s greatness. Ironically, this text was included in IELTS, which is a test measuring intelligence in a very conventional way.


    Writing test


    Writing Task 1


    The table shows the maximum, minimum and average annual salaries in 5different sectors in Australia in 2006. Write a report to a university lecturerdescribing the table below.



    Writing Task 2


    Studies show that television has a negative effect on children, who spendmore time watching TV these days rather than being active playing outdoors.


    What do you think is the case?


    What measures can you suggest to encouragechildren to be more active?


    Speaking Test


    Interview


    - Introduce yourself.


    - Where do you come from?


    - What is yourwork?


    Cue Card


    Describe the town that I you are from or where you lived a long time. Pleasesay:


    - Where is that town?


    - Why is that town important to you?


    - Whatis your feeling towards that town?


    Discussion


    - What is your opinion about the differencesin life style in the cities and smaller towns.


    - How would you describesounds you hear in the city in comparison to those that can be heard in smalltowns?
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  3. الجزائر مارس 2010 Speaking only

    IELTS Speaking questions from Algeria – March 2010
    2010-03-29 06:05:57-04
    :
    Speaking test
    Interview
    - Can you please introduce yourself?
    - Can I see your ID?
    - Where are you from?
    - Talk about your hometown.
    - Where would you recommend a tourist to go to in your hometown?
    - Do you live in a house or in a flat?
    - What do you like the most about your house?
    - Do you like shopping?
    - What kind of clothes do you like more?
    - Do you follow fashions in clothing?
    - How do people in Algeria choose fashions nowadays? What is your opinion?
    Cue Card 1
    Describe an important conversation you had, you should say:
    - what it was about,
    - whom you had it with,
    - why it was important.
    Cue Card 2
    Talk about an old thing that you or your family have kept, please say:
    - what this old thing was,
    - why you have kept it,
    - why it is important to keep old things.
    Discussion
    - How often do Algerian people visit museums?
    - Which type of museums are popular in Algeria?
    - What is the importance of museums in the society?
    - What should the government do to encourage people to visit museums?
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