Hey! It’s time again for Nick and I to generate ideas for some recent IELTS essay questions. Today, we look at 6 real IELTS Essay Questions 2022, which were all taken from exams in July and August.
You are welcome to sit and passively enjoy the episode, but you will get a lot more out of the lesson if you actively take part.
So why not scroll down now and attempt to brainstorm ideas for each question BEFORE you listen, so that you compare your ideas to ours?
Remember, the questions we will cover today are just a small fraction of those featured in this blog post, which I update every month to include the 50 most recent IELTS essay questions 2022, so click if you want to find out what other topics are currently in use.
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Real IELTS Essay Questions 2022
Remember, these questions have been reported by our students. Therefore, the wording may not be 100% the same as the real questions. If you have a similar question in your IELTS test, ALWAYS read the question carefully to make sure that you understand it and can address all of the elements well. Good luck!
Some people think that school children should have extra lessons after school, while others think they should spend their free time playing. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
Employees should not work in jobs they don’t enjoy. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Some people believe that nuclear weapons benefit the world at large. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Young people today do not spend weekends or holidays on outdoor activities in the natural environment (e.g. hiking, climbing a mountain, etc.). Why is this? What can be done to solve this problem?
More and more people are watching TV alone. Do the advantages of watching TV alone outweigh the disadvantages?
It was predicted that people in the 21st century would have much more free time than in the past. To what extent has this prediction come true?