IELTS Speaking Parts One and Two on Sports (play/ do/ go/ go to)

Worksheet 1 – IELTS Speaking Part One

Without filling the gaps, decide if each sentence below is talking about a time in the past, present or future.

Do you ______ any sports? Not really, but I used to _____________ judo when I was at junior high school.

Do you _________ any team sports? Not very often, but I sometimes _______ basketball with my friends.

What do you like doing on holiday? I often _______ cycling around the countryside

What did you do the last time you went abroad on holiday? I ____________ lots of museums.

What do you do to get fit? I __________ the gym twice a week.

Do you have any plans to do more exercise? Yes, I do. I’m going to ___________ aerobics at a gym from next month.

How do you usually celebrate your birthday? It depends, but I sometimes ________ a restaurant with my family in the evening.

Are there any new hobbies you’d like to take up? I’d like to ____________ diving (=SCUBA diving) this year or next year.

Where do you usually go out with your friends? (Note- NOT Where do you usually play with your friends? x) We __________ to a bar twice a week.

Fill the gaps above with one or two words.

Ask and answer the questions in pairs.

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IELTS Speaking on Sports (Play/ Do/ Go/ Go to)

Worksheet Two- IELTS Speaking Part Two

Student A

Talk about hobbies in your country 

You should say:

–  What people usually do in their free time

–  If people your age and people your parents’ age do different things

–  If men and women do different things

And say if you think it will change in the future

 

 

 

 

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IELTS Speaking on Sports (Play/ Do/ Go/ Go to)

Worksheet Two- IELTS Speaking Part Two

 

Student B

Talk about sport and exercise in your country 

You should say:

–  What are the most popular sports for people to do

–  If it was different in the past

–  If you think it will be different in the future

And say if you think people get enough exercise

 

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PDF version for easy printing: IELTSSportsVerbs

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