IELTS Speaking Part 2- Transport & Travel

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Published: 4th Feb 2008

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Transport and travel IELTS Speaking 

Additional Vocabulary 

Add this vocabulary to the columns above (some might be possible in more than one column) 

Commuting times 

Bullet train 

Monorail 

Electric cars 

Road accidents 

Tram/ street car 

Subway/ underground/ tube 

Travel pass 

A return ticket 

Traffic jams 

Pedal 

Cyclists 

Fold-up bicycle 

Road tunnel 

Vandalism 

Automated train/ driverless train 

Air pollution 

Inter-city freeways 

Security cameras 

 

IELTS Exam Speaking practice 

IELTS Speaking Part One 

Take turns asking each other about your foreign travels and commuting for 4 minutes each, 2 minutes for 

each topic. 

IELTS Speaking Part Two 

Take turns setting the Part Two tasks above for each other. The examiner should tell the candidate that 

they have to speak for 1 or 2 minutes but have one minute to prepare and can make notes first. Make sure 

you listen to your partner and ask them one more question about what they said when they finish (or 

interrupt them after 2 minutes with the question). 

IELTS Speaking Part Three 

Using the vocabulary above, ask more general questions about your partner’s opinions on transport and 

travel, e.g. “Do you think that…?”/ “In your country,…?”/ “Do people your age…?” 

 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008 

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