IELTS Speaking Part Two dice game

Roll the dice between one and six times as your teacher says and talk about the topics that match those numbers below. Note that as in the exam you should speak about one specific thing, not things in general. If there are extra words in brackets, that is optional, meaning you can, for example, talk about either a future plan or the future more generally if you roll a 5.  

First roll – topic

  1. A person
  2. A place
  3. An action
  4. A time/ A situation
  5. An object/ A thing
  6. (Free choice)

Second roll – time

  1. (Recent) past
  2. (Distant) past
  3. Present (habit)
  4. Present(ly/ Currently)
  5. Future (plan)
  6. Future (desire/ ambition)

Third roll, fourth roll and fifth roll – Three bullet points/ subtopics

  1. What/ Which
  2. When
  3. Where
  4. How
  5. How often/ How many/ How much/ How far/ How well/ How…
  6. Who(se)

Sixth roll – Extra (fourth) question at the end

  1. Why
  2. If… or not, and why
  3. Whether… or not, and why
  4. Your feelings
  5. Comparisons
  6. (Free choice)


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