IELTS Listening Sample Questions # Emoji

We are living in times when we are surrounded by technology and within the effects of technology. Gone are the days when people expressed themselves using letters or through calls, we are in an era where people use emoji’s to showcase their emotions. This time let us listen to a BBC 6 minute English audio that talks about emoji’s and how they came into existence.

Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.

  1. In which year did the first emoticon used?
  2. What are the images made using normal keys on a keyboard called?
  3. How many hours do people spend on average online in UK?
  4. What is the ability to show you understand someone else’s feeling called?
  5. When people or things communicate with each other, what is it called?
  6. What is a signal that you need to do something called?
  7. Which word describes something that is done without using spoken language?
  8. Which word describes a person who is physically awkward and so keeps falling here and there?
  9. What word is for error made when typing too fast or carelessly?
  1. 1862
  2. emoticons
  3. 22 hours
  4. empathy
  5. Interaction
  6. cue
  7. non-verbal
  8. clumsy
  9. typo

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IELTS Speaking Sample Questions # Chocolates

There is nothing better than an amazing desert after that lovely dinner you had. Sweets do form a very important part of our lives and no matter whether we are crazy about them or not, we do like to have a small amount of it either ways. But, then there are some people who prefer chocolate when compared to other type of sweets. This time let us have a look at some sample questions related to chocolate?

Q1: Do you like sweets or chocolates?

Frankly speaking, I do have a sweet tooth and I love everything from sweets to chocolates and then candies, kulfi, almost everything that has sugar in it. But, I think out of sweets and chocolates, I will prefer, chocolates. The only reason being the fact that they are so easy to carry and so easily available. I never have to wait to get rid of the chocolate craving. Even more, when I do burst out, it is the chocolate that helps me.

Q2: What’s your favourite flavour of ice cream?

I love orange flavor in ice creams,  especially the ones that you can buy for 10 bucks. There is nothing better for me than having to sip the ice cream for every drop of that flavor and the tension of eating it before it melts. The fun that I do get when making those funny noises and teasing friends that makes eating the ice cream fun.

Q3: How often do you eat chocolate?

Well, I do eat chocolate whenever I do feel like. On days when I am extremely happy, I do buy and share it with my friends. When I am sad, I prefer eating chocolates and relaxing myself.

Q4: Is chocolate popular in your country?

Chocolates are definitely popular in our country. They are a way of celebrating love and friendship. So, whenever someone wants to thank the other person or express love, mostly people do offer chocolates. There are some teachers who do offer chocolates to the kids for working well.

Q5: When was the first time you ate chocolate?

Well, I have had so many chocolates, i really don’t remember exactly when I had my first chocolate. But, once my brother got a Bournville and I was very young and he asked me to taste it. I think that was the first time I tasted a dark and expensive chocolate. Although, I did not liked it back then it is surely my favourite chocolate.

Q6: Why do people like chocolate?

I think people love chocolates because they make you feel good. Chocolates have theobromine that help keeping the heart good and makes the person happy.

Q7: Is chocolate good for our health?

Excessive of anything is definitely bad. But, when taken in right amounts, I think yes chocolate is surely good for health. It not only keeps the heart good but also keep people focussed on work.

Q8: Have you ever given chocolate as a present to someone? Why?

Oh! I have given chocolate to so many people as present. So, every time I have to present someone who don’t know personally, instead of giving something bizzare I prefer giving the other person a chocolate. I think chocolates are the easiest gifts that you can give to some one because most people tend to like them.


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IELTS Listening Sample Questions # Lunch Time

Lunch time is when we finally stop and do something for ourselves. However, we are living in times when every minute counts. Gone are the days when people sat down calmly had more of quality time with their family. We surely are living in times when most of us have got so busy feeding our kitchen that we have forgotten that we need to feed our souls as well. And more importantly, the later is very crucial. This time let us have a look at what we have in our lunch time says about us.

Lunch Time

Listen to the audio below and answer the following questions in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.

  1. How long is the average lunch break in the UK?
  2. Which word means the same as being a bit hungry?
  3. What is the temporary solution of low quality called?
  4. Which word means that something is practical and useful rather than attractive?
  5. Which phrase means to open up your minds and experience new things?
  6. What phrase means getting on well with the team members?
  7. What word means to accept a new belief or an idea?
  1. 25 minutes
  2. peckish
  3. makeshift
  4. utilitarian
  5. broaden our horizons
  6. team spirit
  7. embrace

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IELTS Cue Card Sample Answer # Person in News

We are living in a globalised world which has advanced in technology to an extent that messages are passed in seconds and people can see themselves when talking over miles. With media becoming so much popular, people are so much more aware of what is going in the world. This time we are looking at a cue card that talks about a person in news.

Describe someone in the news you would like to meet.

You should say:

  • who the person is
  • what they do
  • why they are in the news

And explain why you would like to meet them


In recent it has been Kapil Sharma, one of the best comedians of our country who has been in news for all the notorious reasons. Kapil started off with winning The Great Indian Laughter Challenge and then went on to win six seasons of Comedy Circus. After that he started off with the show, “Comedy Nights with Kapil which became of the most viewed shows of the time.

However, recently he has been in news for having a fight with a great team member and the backbone of his show Sunil Grover. Sunil used to play a character in his show making him the most loved. But, with this fight, he has decided to leave the show.

I want to meet him and know what exactly is it going on his head right now. People are accusing him of being selfish and mean and having lost his empathetic side. I want to know what does it feel like to be one of the most loved comedians to be someone who people are talking wrong about.


There are so many people in news but I think the one person I would love to meet would be Narendra Modi. Narendra Modi is our current prime minister and has been one of the most successful prime minister in recent decades. He, after a very long time, was able to get majority and for the first time in recent times, we see the entire nation following a man.

So, when Narendra Modi says that he will eradicate black money, people do believe in him and are ready to stand in queues for him. He has too an extent brought the waves of digitalization in our country. So, you could see even the small vendors having the paytm sign outside their shops.

I really want to meet him because I am awed by his personality. The way he gives speeches. I would like to know his point of view on the decisions he make and how does he takes the call. Also, how does he talk in a one to one conversation and what is his view point for the youngsters of the country.

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