IELTS Speaking Add Errors Game Version 2

Student A

Try to find any mistakes in the sentences below- words that are missing, have been added or have been changed.

I’m sorry, I am still don’t understand. Can you say that again a different way please?

That’s a interesting question. I’ve never really thought about that before.

I’m not really sure, but I would guess that most people my age spend less than an hour week on sports.

I can’t remember exactly what he said me, but it was something about thinking positively.

It’s very difficult to predict the future of course, but I am quite the pessimistic about this.

I’m no expert on traditionally things, but I think most people would enjoy kabuki.

Actually I have three brothers and sisters, which is quite unusual nowaday in Japan.

It’s difficult generalize, but college and university age Japanese young people nowadays are certainly different from their parents.

I’m afraid I can’t really think anything interesting to say about them at all. They seem very typical to me

Check your answers with the next page.

Now add errors to those corrected sentences (different from the ones above). Read your sentences out one at a time to someone with a Student B sheet and see if they can guess which part you have changed.

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IELTS Speaking Add Errors Version 2 – Answers

Student A

I’m sorry, I still don’t understand. Can you say that again a different way please?

That’s an interesting question. I’ve never really thought about that before.

I’m not really sure, but I would guess that most people my age spend less than an hour a week on sports.

I can’t remember exactly what he said to me, but it was something about thinking positively.

It’s very difficult to predict the future of course, but I am quite pessimistic about this.

I’m no expert on traditional things, but I think most people would enjoy kabuki.

Actually I have three brothers and sisters, which is quite unusual nowadays in Japan.

It’s difficult to generalize, but college and university age Japanese young people nowadays are certainly different from their parents.

I’m afraid I can’t really think of anything interesting to say about them at all. They seem very typical to me.

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IELTS Speaking Add Errors Version 2

Student B

Try to find any mistakes in the sentences below- words that are missing, have been added or have been changed.

There are a couple words I don’t understand. Do you mind if I ask you what they mean?

That’s a difficult question. Let me thinking about it for just a moment.

This is just a guess, but I would say that about 50% of Japanese persons who have driving licences rarely drive.

I don’t have many the memories from kindergarten but I think it was mainly a happy time.

It’s just my opinion, but I think things are such bad now that they can’t possibly get any worse in the future.

I don’t know too much about my great grandparents’ generation, but I imagine life is much simpler then.

Many people find this difficult believe, but I don’t remember any big arguments in my family at all.

There are exceptions of course, but the majority of people in their late teenagers and early twenties just go out with their friends rather than doing any particular hobby.

I’m sorry, I really don’t have absolutely no idea at all.

Check your answers with the next page.

Now add errors to those corrected sentences (different from the ones above). Read your sentences out one at a time to someone with a Student B sheet and see if they can guess which part you have changed.

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IELTS Speaking Add Errors Version 2 Answers

Student B

There are a couple of words I don’t understand. Do you mind if I ask you what they mean?

That’s a difficult question. Let me think about it for just a moment.

This is just a guess, but I would say that about 50% of Japanese people who have driving licences rarely drive.

I don’t have many memories from kindergarten but I think it was mainly a happy time.

It’s just my opinion, but I think things are so bad now that they can’t possibly get any worse in the future.

I don’t know too much about my great grandparents’ generation, but I imagine life was much simpler then.

Many people find this difficult to believe, but I don’t remember any big arguments in my family at all.

There are exceptions of course, but the majority of people in their late teens and early twenties just go out with their friends rather than doing any particular hobby.

I’m sorry, I really have absolutely no idea at all.

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