IELTS Listening games/ worksheets

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Updated 15 April 2021

Photocopiable IELTS Listening classroom activities

The process of IELTS Listening (polished up version of the worksheets below, in this e-book) – NEW

Singular, plural and uncountable in IELTS Listening

Brainstorming language for IELTS Listening

Help and hindrance in IELTS Listening

The process of IELTS Listening (to tie together Academic Writing Part One and Listening, with useful exam and self-study tips – see above for a polished up version)

IELTS Listening tips and useful phrases

Typical errors in IELTS listening

IELTS Listening tactics discussion and tips (with shorter version of the help and hindrance thing above)

Saying numbers and letters in different ways

IELTS Listening answers find the mistakes

Expressions that make it easier to spot IELTS listening answers

IELTS Listening – set each other questions

Other worksheets with useful vocabulary for IELTS Listening

Brainstorming useful language for describing places (in this e-book) – NEW

Education trends and vocabulary (in this e-book) – NEW

Other relevant pages

Numbers worksheets (vital for Listening Part One)

Education vocabulary (useful for the whole exam – not necessarily to answer the questions, but certainly to generally understand what is going on)

IELTS main page – NEW LINK

4 Responses to IELTS Listening games/ worksheets

  1. Jan Lambert says:

    These are all really great – thank you so much :) Just found one problem – the link for brainstorming language for IELTS listening links to a business English worksheet for body language and gestures ;)

  2. alexcase says:

    Thanks for the comment and headsup. Sorry about that. Now fixed.

  3. Mohamed Souissy says:

    Just another (trivial) thing ! Are punctuation and spelling orthography taxed in the IELS components of LISTENING and SPEAKING ?! Constructive advice shall be appreciated a great deal . THANKS .

  4. alexcase says:

    All spelling must be correct in IELTS Listening. We don’t know about punctuation, but I would try to punctuate all compound nouns etc correctly just in case. Obviously spelling is not tested in the speaking, as it’s all oral

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