Interactive IELTS exercises

Why interactive IELTS exercises?

One of the bonuses of the internet and ICT in general is that it can allow you to interact. And most teachers would tell you that interaction is good for the learning process. I would add that in my view this is one area where the computer is significantly more effective than books: it engages and if you are engaged, you are much more likely to learn.


The exam format

Reading practice


Spelling and punctuation


Grammar and vocabulary

Common mistakes

Prepositions

Cause and effect language

Connectors

Articles

Conditionals

Futures

  • Future sentences: some simple sentence exercise to practise different ways to write about the future
  • Future language: a gap fill exercise to show you the range of different ways to write about the future in IELTS
  • Future Earth: a gap fill exercise with a paragraph on more advanced future vocabulary and grammar

Relative clauses


Topic vocabulary

advertising

 employment

technology

music

education

home town

Common mistakes


Listening skills


Essay writing


Coherence and cohesion


Task 1 writing

Numbers

Trends

Word forms

Comparisons

Key details

Complete reports

Little but often exercises

A selection of my favourite little but often exercises from the web: they may only take 15 minutes or less, but they still do you good.