IELTS Speaking- Sports


Level: Advanced
Topic: Sport
Grammar Topic: Exam Traps and Tricks
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 4th Jun 2012

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Complete IELTS Speaking Test on Sports

Speaking Part One

How important is keeping fit to you?


Are you interested in sports?


How often do you do sport?


Would you say that you are a sporty person? (Why do you say that?)


Are there any sports that you’d like to try in the future?

Speaking Part Two

Talk about a sport or exercise that you do. Things to include in your answer:

Why you do that sport or exercise


How it compares to other sports or exercises


How popular it is in your country

And say which kinds of people you would recommend that sport or exercise to 
and why

Give a short presentation about a sport that you like watching, including:

Why you enjoy watching it


When and how you watch it


How it compares to other sports

And say whether you also enjoy doing that sport or not, and why

Speaking Part Three
Use the questions in brackets only after your partner answers the main question, and only 
if they haven’t already answered it.

Do you think people in your country do enough exercise? (Why do you say that)?

What could the government do to make people more active?

How much emphasis should sports be given in schools?

Do you think competitive sports teach children useful moral lessons? (Why do you 
have that opinion?)

Until what age do you think sports should be compulsory at school?

What are the most popular sports for people your age in your country? (Why are those 
particularly popular, do you think?)

How have sports changed in your country in the last twenty years?

Do you think sports stars get paid too much? (What do you think could be done about 

Until what age should boys and girls be allowed to do sports together?

Should schools move towards boys and girls doing the same sports?

Should men and women get the same prize money?

Written by Alex Case for © 2012

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