In this B1 Speaking Worksheet students talk about first impressions.
Students revise Grammar contents like verbs look and seem and quantifiers.
In the section of Speaking Skills, they look at sentence starters for personal description.
Some phrasal verbs are given to help them express their ideas more accurately, together with common idioms and intermediate-level vocabulary to speak about the topic at length.
This B1 speaking activity includes speaking questions to get your students talking, so they integrate all the contents on the worksheet while they speak.
You can also download the teacher and student’s feedback templates at the bottom of the downloads box. With them, you will be able to give your students well-structured individual feedback to take home.
Here are two presentation samples on First Impressions. In the first one, Sarah answers some of the questions on the worksheet that you can download below.
And in this second audio, Toya answers her own selection of questions also telling us about First Impressions from her own experience.