IELTS Preparation (Guide E-Book) 1

In this post we have provided you complete information about IELTS.  IELTS consists of four main skills ; Reading, writing, speaking, listening. here, we have collected a series of PDFs  (about 200 pages) in a ZIP file for those who want to take part in IELTS Exam.

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The reading component

The IELTS reading test takes one hour. In this time you are required to read three texts of between 500 and 900 words each. The texts and questions increase in difficulty. There will be around 40 questions to answer and record on the answer sheet within the 60 minutes… .

The writing component

The IELTS writing test takes one hour. In this time you are required to complete two tasks.
TASK ONE is a report based on some graphic information provided on the question paper. With few exceptions, the graphic information will come in one of five forms – a line graph, bar graph, pie chart, table or diagram illustrating a process. You are required to describe the information or the process in a report of 150 words. This task should be completed in 20 minutes. It is important that you are familiar with the language appropriate to report writing generally and to each of the five types of report… .

The listening component

The IELTS listening test takes approximately 30 minutes. The listening material is recorded on a cassette tape which you will hear only once. There are four sections in the listening test presented in order of increasing difficulty. The first two sections are on topics of general interest such as a report of a lost bag or an introduction to a public facility. Section one will be in the form of a dialogue, section two will be a monologue… .

The speaking component

The IELTS speaking test takes around 15 minutes and is in the form of an interview. The interview will most probably seem like a friendly conversation which typically covers some aspects of your past, present and future situations. The interviewer will direct the conversation through questions which mostly focus on you and your opinions… .

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One comment on “IELTS Preparation (Guide E-Book)

  1. abdellah May 8,2010 2:50 pm

    it may help.i mean if there was sth like the real exam before taking IELTS,it would be great.

    G Day.

    😉

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