IELTS Speaking Part One First Lesson game

 

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IELTS Speaking Part One First Lesson game

Student A

In the boxes on the opposite side of this sheet of paper, write short answers (usually between one and three words) to these questions:

In the top left box, write one of your main hobbies when you were a child

In the middle box of the left hand column, write the name of your hometown

In the top right box, write the last time you met with your extended family

In the box right in the centre, write your plans for next weekend

Fill the other boxes with other short pieces of personal information

Show your sheet to your partner and see if they can ask you questions that get those answers (the questions on their worksheet are different), and tick off any they guess correctly. It doesn’t matter if it is the same question as the one you were thinking about, as long as that is the answer for you. If they ask you other questions, answer them (rather than just saying “No, that’s wrong”)

 

What could the questions for each of the pieces of information be?


IELTS Speaking Part One First Lesson game

Student B

In the boxes on the opposite side of this sheet of paper, write short answers (usually between one and three words) to these questions:

 

In the middle box of the bottom row, write a hobby or activity that you would like to take up in the future

In the bottom right box, write your plans for your next holiday

In the top right box, write the number of brothers and sisters that you have

In the box right in the centre, write a job you would like to do in the future

Fill the other boxes with other short pieces of personal information

Show your sheet to your partner and see if they can ask you questions that get those answers (the questions on their worksheet are different), and tick off any they guess correctly. It doesn’t matter if it is the same question as the one you were thinking about, as long as that is the answer for you. If they ask you other questions, answer them (rather than just saying “No, that’s wrong”)

 

What could the questions for each of the pieces of information be?

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PDF version for easy printing: IELTSSpeakingOneGame

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