IELTS Speaking Part One games/ worksheets

UPDATED 4 June 2015

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IELTS Speaking Part One dice game (version of the game above, but with different times and tenses and review of useful time expressions)

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135 typical IELTS Speaking Part One questions

IELTS Speaking Part One first lesson game

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IELTS Speaking Part One lesson 2

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IELTS Speaking section one Short and long answers

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IELTS Speaking Part One topics card game

IELTS Needs analysis and speaking part one past, present and future question review

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IELTS Speaking – when the question doesn’t match the answer

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IELTS Speaking Part One on accommodation

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IELTS Speaking Part One on music

Other relevant index pages

IELTS First classes page

IELTS Speaking Parts One and Two worksheets

IELTS Speaking Parts One and three

IELTS Speaking Parts One, Two and Three (full tests etc)

IELTS Speaking main index page

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