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IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED

IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 (24-07-2020)

IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED

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IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED Academic Writing Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The Proportions of Pupils Attending Four Secondary School Types Between 2000 and 2009.


Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

You should write at least 150 words.

sample answer:
The table illustrates the information about the attendance of Pupils in four types of secondary schools namely-specialist Schools, Grammar Schools, voluntary-controlled schools, and community schools, from 2000 to 2009.
overall, the popularity of attending specialists, grammar, and voluntary control school was decreased throughout the time period, whereas community School gains popularity among pupils over a time span.
In 2000, 12% of people were attending specialist school this number decreased minimally and after 9 years around one-third of students attending specialist school. A similar trend was Seen for grammar and voluntary control school. 24%,19% and 12% student attended grammar School in 2000, 2005 and 2009 respectively. In the initial time period, in 2000, around half proportion of pupils were attending voluntary-controlled schools. However, it lost its popularity throughout the given time period and 20% of students attended a voluntary controlled school in 2009. The opposite trend was seen for a community school, as the attendance of Pupil were increased in these schools. In 2000, 12% of students attended community schools. However, the number rose dramatically, and in 2009, 58% of pupils attended community school, which was the highest percentage than others.

IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED General  Writing Task 1

spend about 20 minutes on this task.

You recently purchased an internet package for your house but you think the speed is much slower than it should be. You have complained twice to customer services on the phone but still, nothing has been done. 

Write a letter to the manager of the company. In your letter:

sample answer:


Dear Manager,

I am Geetha, I have recently purchased an Unlimited Internet Package past month. I am witting this letter to address an issue on the Internet that the speed is lagging.

 Basically, the issue is that the internet-connected to our hallway provides lesser speed, ie. the wifi is not recognized in all the rooms. Even though it shows the signal but the network is terribly slow in the process while we are working.

Due to this, we are facing issues such as,  children are not able to attend their online classes on time because of this network issue, they are missing their classes which tends to lack of attendance. We have already made a complaint to the customer service through telephonic conversation twice, they just informed us that the problem belongs to the technical department, so that, one of the technical teams will contact us to resolve but still now there is no progress.

Therefore, we are requesting you to take immediate action on this matter at the earnest.  Hereby, we will try to continue with your service else we will quit and move on to another service provider.

 Yours Faithfully


IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED

Academic Writing Task 2

Many people think modern communication is having a negative effect on social relationships. Do you agree or disagree?

Write at least 250 words.

sample answer:


Technology has spread its legs in every hook and corner. It has brought people closer to one another. Now without traveling one can get in touch with their near and dear ones with the assistance of electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, laptops, etc communication over these apparatus has adverse effects on relationships. So this essay will discuss in detail how it has weakened the relationships.

paragraph 1:

At the outset, technology has bestowed modern man ample opportunities to stay in connection with loved ones. Technology has made communication easy but people are losing their relationships. Due to a hectic work schedule, people have no time to meet their near and dear ones, and talking over mobile phones is considered a lucrative thing. For example, people, in reality, have no real sympathy and affection for others. People talk less over the phone and make calls once in a blue moon. Thus, they are unable to maintain relationships for a long time. Moreover, if they feel to see their loved ones then they make video calls and express their love to them. In this way, people are becoming pretentious and losing humanitarian gesture.

paragraph 2:

On the other hand, the importance of modern communication cannot be ignored. Now, due to the corona pandemic, it has become difficult to go outside and to meet loved ones. Here, Technology like using electronic gadgets is proving useful. It has made the people independent. Now people do work from home and run their house. So in the time of widespread diseases it is proving worthwhile. But in reality, it is making people more like a machine devoid of sympathetic feelings for others. Now and then, they get time to talk to others; otherwise, they remain busy in their work.


In conclusion, although technology has made communication easy but in reality keeping the people away from their relationships and people consider their electronic gadgets more valuable than their kith and kin. Thus people live in the world of technology and are weakening their relationships.

IELTSFever FREE Online Practice Test Day 6 SOLVED

Academic /General speaking 

Describe a product made in the region you come from or a popular product from your hometown

You should say:

  • What it is, how it looks like
I live in Karuvatta. It is a small village in Alappuzha which the smallest district in Kerala, India. Our place is surrounded by small ponds and paddy fields which is one of the pleasing visuals. There is one more eye-gripping sight is the manufacturing of coir. The coir is also called the golden fiber of Kerala.
  • How is it made
It is made up of coconut husk, therefore, each home will have at least five coconut trees in their home. Other than that both sides of our road are soaked in the shades of coconut trees which is refreshing. The coir is one of the strongest threads because the whole process is handmade. Mostly, it is done by the females of the home. The womenfolk and the weaving machine work together to make coir. The machine runs on manpower that is the control is totally based on the twist of their body. Coir making is the primary occupation for the women in my village. The coir is actually cylindrical in shape entwined with lots of coconuts husk strings.
  • What is it used for
Traditionally it has been used to make rope, twine, brooms and brushes, doormats, rugs, mattresses, and other upholstery. Sixty-one percent of the coconut trees are in Kerala. Kerala is the home of the Indian coir industry.

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