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March IELTS Speaking Test India | Talk about your first experience in any sport as a child


March IELTS Speaking Test [5]


IELTS Speaking Test | Part 1

What is your full name?

Can I see your ID?

Where are you from?

Do you work or study?

What subject are you studying?

Why do you think people choose such a subject in your country?

Do you like dancing? Why? Why not?

Did you take dance lessons when you were younger?

In the future, would you like to learn dancing?

Do you like to watch others dance?


IELTS Speaking Test | Part 2

IELTS Speaking Test Part 2 Cue Card Topic Questions

Talk about your first experience in any sport as a child

You should say:
  • What and when it was
  • Who your coach was
  • How you felt about it
and describe any aspect of it you particularly liked/disliked.



IELTS Speaking Test Answers | First experience in any sport as a child

It was a long time ago, but I suppose it would have been playing in the school soccer team when I was in elementary school. I would have been about 10 years old at the time. I’d always loved playing soccer and spent most of my free time kicking a ball around either with friends or by myself. I was soccer mad, you could say.

We had sports classes at school, but the first time I was involved in an organized team was when my friend and I were selected for the school soccer team. We used to train once a week after classes and the soccer matches were usually on a Saturday morning; we used to play against other schools in the surrounding areas.

Our coach was the teacher responsible for Physical Education. He was really good and used to make us train hard when we were at the practice sessions. I can remember we used to have to do a lot o warming up exercises and running and then we’d also practice ball skills like dribbling, tackling, defending, passing and shooting. Usually we’d finish off each session by playing a short game of five-a-side soccer.

I loved it, because at the time it was my favorite sport, so I used to look forward to soccer practice and the soccer matches at the weekend. We never won the regional soccer championship – but we were a pretty good soccer team for a couple of seasons and managed to win more games than we lost.

Really, there was nothing I didn’t like about it. The practice was fun, the other guys on the team were great, and I used to enjoy travelling to other schools to play – it was interesting to meet other kids from different places and see their schools, too.

IELTS Speaking Test | Part 3

Are there any significant benefits to playing sports? Why do you think that?

Do you think children should be taught sports in school? How should it be done?

Which sports are the best for children, indoor or outdoor ones? Why?

What sport would you like your children to do? Why?






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