Our daily live lessons

Every My IELTS Classroom Bronze, Silver and Gold Package now comes with FREE lessons for reading, listening and speaking.

Yes, 5 days a week (Monday to Friday) you can join one of our experts for a 60-minute lesson on Zoom. The lessons and teachers change every week - so this week you might join Juliet on Monday to practice listening maps, and next week join Nick on Tuesday to perfect speaking cue cards - but the level of teaching is always the same.

The live lessons are interactive, so be prepared to get involved in every class. There will be times when you will learn new language, complete exam tasks, and practice with a partner, and others when you can ask the teacher questions to clear your doubts.

Weekly timetable

A new timetable will appear every Sunday, so make sure you check regularly to sign up for lessons while there is still space (maximum 20 students per class).

  • Monday 22nd April

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  • Tuesday 23rd April

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  • Wednesday 24th April

    Listening • Multiple Multiple Choice

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 12pm GMT Check your timezone

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    Just when you thought Multiple Choices questions can’t get any worse, you are given a Multiple Multiple Choice i.e., a question where you have to choose MORE than one correct answer from a box! Confused? You should be! But hopefully you will have much more confidence after today’s lesson with Nick.

  • Thursday 25th April

    Reading • Taking the madness out of Matching

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 11am GMT Check your timezone

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    I always liked playing snap as a child – you know, that card game where you turn over cards until two are the same. Maybe that is why I love “matching” activities in the reading exam. You have a list of people, or periods of time, or research papers, or anything the examiners can imagine, and you job is to “match” then to information in the text. What’s the best way to do that? Find out today with Nick!

  • Friday 26th April

    Writing • Generating Ideas for Essays

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 1.30pm GMT Check your timezone

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    Join Shelly today to look at how you can analyse essay prompts well and then generate ideas for 6 essays (if we have time!)

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