IELTS Test February 2020 (Academic) in Canada

IELTS Listening Test

Part 1. A hotel venue booking for a party.
Questions: filling in blanks, short-answer questions (no more than 2 words).

Part 2. Historical buildings map description.
Questions: filling in blanks.

Part 3. Don’t remember.

Part 4. About new ways to overcome flood problems.

IELTS Reading Test

Passage 1. About a recycling process.
Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice.

Passage 2. Description of detergents or soap making.
Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice.

Passage 3. About the process of textile cotton production.
Questions: filling in blanks, multiple choice.

IELTS Writing Test – Task 1 (Letter)

We were given a chart showing health care distribution in three different countries in Europe. We had to summarize the data and draw a conclusion.

IELTS Writing Test – Task 2 (Essay)

Some people believe that women should be treated as equal to men when applying for a job with police or the military. Others think women are less suitable for this kind of job. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

IELTS Speaking Test – Part 1 (Interview)

  1. What is your full name?
  2. Can I see your ID?
  3. Where are you from?
  4. Do you work or study?
  5. What do you do?
  6. Do you like your job?
  7. Where do you stay now?
  8. Do you live in an apartment or a house?
  9. How long did you live there?
  10. Describe your favorite room.
  11. Why is it your favorite place?
  12. Do you think people smile a lot nowadays?
  13. Are their smiles artificial or genuine mostly?
  14. When do you usually smile?
  15. Why is that?

IELTS Speaking Test – Part 2 (Cue Card)

Describe a person who came up with a new idea or invention, whom you know well. Please say

  • Who is that person?
  • Where and when did you meet?
  • What was his/her idea or invention?

Follow up question: Why did you appreciate it?

IELTS Speaking Test – Part 3 (Discussion)

  1. How can people innovate or make new discoveries?
  2. How do they come up with these innovations?
  3. At what age do children learn to form their own opinions and make decisions?
  4. Who helps them?
  5. Why do they start having their own opinions at a certain age?
  6. Do you think their opinions are likely to be similar to their parents’ opinions?
  7. Why is that?

Related IELTS Resources

Take a practice test to find out what is your current weakness in terms of IELTS scale and allow more time to improve your weak spots. The following IELTS resources will help you to develop your skills faster:

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