IELTS Speaking Part One Question review card games

Worksheet 1- Playing cards

Why are you taking IELTS? How long have you been studying English? Who was your favourite teacher at school? (Why?) Are you working at the moment? (Have you had a job before?)
What are/ were the best things about your job? What are your ambitions? Do you have a large family? What does your mother do?
What are your main hobbies? Do you enjoy traveling? What type of music do you enjoy most? How would you describe your home country?
What are the best things about life in your country? What do you usually do at the weekend? Why is it important for you to learn English? Are you planning to study anything in the future? (What?)
What do you hope to do in the future? Tell me about your family What does your father do? Do you live with your family?
Do you have a large family? Tell me about where you are living at the moment What type of films do you like? Do you enjoy playing sports? (What sports do you like?)
Do you prefer to go out or stay at home in the evenings? (Why?) How would you describe your hometown? What job would you like to do in the future? What was your favourite subject at school?
What are you going to do after you pass IELTS? How much time do you spend studying English every week? Do you have any plans for next weekend? What do you do in your free time?
What did you like doing when you were a child? Are there any new hobbies you would like to take up (=start)? When did you last go to a festival? Where did you live when you were a child?
What is the most important day of the year for you? (Why?) What is the next big celebration in your family? (What are you going to do?) How do you usually celebrate your birthday? Where do you live now?
How long have you been living where you live now? What would your dream house be like? How long do you study English every week? How long have you been studying English?
What are you going to do next weekend? What did you do last weekend? Have you visited any foreign countries? Are you studying anything at the moment?
Are you working or are you studying? When did you first go abroad? Do you have any plans for your next holiday? What are you going to do? How did you celebrate your last birthday?
Where were you born? Where are you from? Do you think your hometown is a good place to live? Where are you living now?
What do your parents do? Do you have any brothers or sisters? What job do you think you will do in the future?

IELTS Speaking Part One Question review

Worksheet 2 – Tenses

 

Without looking back at Worksheet 1, write each question in the correct tense

How long ____________________ (study) English?

How long _________________________ (study) English every week?

What _____________________________ (do) next weekend?

What __________________________________ (do) last weekend?

______________________________________ (visit) any foreign countries?

__________________________________ (study) anything at the moment?

When __________________________ (last go) to a festival?

Do you have any plans for your next holiday? What _______________________ (do)?

When _____________________________ (first go) abroad?

When do you think ____________________________ (get) married?

How _______________________________ (celebrate) your last birthday?

Where ____________________________ (born)?

How often ________________________________ (go back) to your hometown?

Where _____________________________________ (live) now?

What _________________________? My father is a dentist and my mother is a housewife.

What job do you think ___________________________ (do) in the future?

____________ (have) a serious accident? What _______________ (do) when it happened?

Check your answers on Worksheet 1.

 

Ask and answer different questions with the same tenses


IELTS Speaking Part One Question review

Teacher’s notes

 

There are many games you can play with Worksheet 1. The simplest is to have a student close their eyes and put their finger down on an A3 piece of paper with the whole of Worksheet 1 photocopied onto it. Their classmates then ask them that question (with them listening to the question, not reading it) and then at least one additional question on the same topic. The same game can be played taking one card from a cut up pack. A slight variation is to get students to organize the cards by topic or time (past, present, or future), put them face down in the table organized into those sections, and then allow students to select a card from their chosen section.

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