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 10 May

    Listening • Multiple Choice in Parts 2 and 3

    With Juliet

    Lesson Starts 10.30am GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    Although they may look the same, the multiple choice questions in listening Part 1 and Part 2 are actually very different. Today, learn how to tackle both in this masterclass with Juliet!

  • Tuesday 11 May

    Speaking • Fluency Practice

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 1.30pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.

  • Wednesday 12 May

    Speaking • Expressing likes and Dislikes in Part 1

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    All of the questions in Speaking Part One are about you. Often, that means talking about your likes and dislikes. On the one hand, this is easy because we all know what we like but, on the other, it can be hard as these questions are simplistic and don’t give us much chance to “show off” our language. Learn how to take your skills to the next level in today’ Speaking Part One lesson with Alex.

  • Wednesday 12 May

    General Training Reading • Read Once, Read Well (Multiple Choice and Summaries)

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 2pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Do you have problems with time management in the third part of the reading exam? Then join Shelly today to find out how you can read the text ONCE while answering all of the questions. Sound difficult? Trust me – it’s not! In fact, it can be MUCH easier than tackling each question individually. .

  • Thursday 13 May

    Speaking • Dealing with Difficult questions Speaking Part 3

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 1.30pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.

  • Friday 14 May

    General Training Reading • Read Once, Read Well (Headings and T/F/NG)

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Today, we are going to put into practice the skills that you have learned over the last few weeks, by practising two Part Three readings that require you to match headings and complete summaries. Plus, we will see how you can save a lot of time in this section by answering all the questions at the same time. Find out how today with Alex. !

  • Friday 14 May

    Academic Reading • Sentence and Note Completion

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 2pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Today, you will _________ how to tackle questions that ask you to complete sentences or notes. Find out how the question gives you clues as to the type of word that is missing, and the danger of repeating words in your answer. These are key skills that you definitely need to score well in your test. (The missing word is “learn”!)

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