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101 IELTS Speaking Part Two Topic cards about sports, hobbies and free time A- Z As the topics of sports, hobbies and free time are easy ones that tie in with IELTS Speaking Part One and students like speaking about, they are well worth practising again and again. Below are 101??? IELTS Speaking Part Two tasks on these topics, arranged A – Z by topic, key word or grammar point so that you canquickly find a suitable one to fit in with the topic of your class or the interests of your students. Where there are two similar tasks under two different headings, or the tasks here are similar to the separate “101 IELTS Speaking Part Two topic cards that tie in with Part One” worksheets, the wording and/ or sub questions have been changed. These similar ones can also be used in the same class asadditional practice to make sure students answer exactly the question that is given. 62

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008

IELTS Speaking Part Two topic cards about Sports, hobbies and free time A-Z A Activity- see also “Favourite” and “Future” Describe an activity you like doing. You should say: - Where you do it - Who you do it with - Why you enjoy it And say what kind ofpeople you would recommend that activity to, and why Apartment- see “Home/ house” B Board game- see “Game” Book- see also “Favourite” Talk about a book you have read in the last year You should say: - Why you decided to read that book - How long you it took you to finish it - What genre of book it was And say if you would like to read something else by the same author or not, and why Talk about abook you have never read but would like to in the future. You should mention: - Why you would like to read it - Why you have never read it before - What you think it will be like And say how you think it will compare to other books you have read

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Talk about a book that impressed you. You should say: - What it was about - Why it impressed you - Ifany other books have impressed you the same way And say what kind of person you would recommend that book to, and why Talk about a book you have at home. You should mention: - What it looks like - What the topic of the book is - Where you got the book from And say how it compares to other books you have read or know about Brother or sister Talk about a hobby that a brother or sister, or otherrelative, likes. You should mention: - Where and when they do that hobby - How long they have been doing it - If you have ever done it with them And say if you think that is a good hobby or not, and why. C Cards/ card games- see “Game” Child- see also “Game” and “Sports” Talk about a hobby you were interested in when you were a child: You should say: - How you first became interested in it - How longyou did it for - Why you enjoyed it And say if you became more or less interested in that hobby as you got older, and why

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Cinema- see “Film” Computer- see also “Game” Talk about something you can do on a computer that you think is enjoyable. You should mention: - What equipment or software you need to do that - What you need to do to do it -What kind of people it is popular with And say if you would like to spend more time doing that or not, and why Collect/ collection Talk about something you or someone you know collects. You should say: - How many pieces there is in the collection - How the collection is stored - How quickly the collection is growing And say what kind of person would enjoy collecting that thing, and why Compare-see “Book”, “Days off”, “Holidays” Comic- see “Favourite” Cook Talk about a dish you know how to cook. You should describe: - What the ingredients are - How it is cooked - Other preparation you have to do And say if you think this is an easy dish to cook or not, and why

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008

D Days off Describe a place where you often go on your days off You...
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