IELTS Video Lesson: 7+ Native Part 3 Sample Answers: British Council Questions

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In today’s video, I’ll answer REAL IELTS Part 3 questions.

7 native ielts part 3

These questions were taken directly from the British Council site.

(Plus, the sample answers provided on that site would not score as highly as the the answers you’ll see in this video!)

Your goal on the IELTS Speaking exam is to stand out from other students. You must show the examiner that you can communicate clearly and naturally.

If you sound like every other student on the exam, using grammar structures and vocabulary that you learned from an IELTS textbook or in an IELTS class, you’ll not rise higher than a 6.

How can you stand out in Part 3?

While you watch today’s video, please take notes on the following:

How I begin my answer (I don’t just say “in my opinion” every time!)
How I support my opinion (Specific details and examples)
How I conclude my answer (Summarize thoughts in one sentence.)

Also pay attention to my fluency and pronunciation– it is relaxed and confident. Although you are using high level words and expressing formal thoughts, your demeanor must remain relaxed and confident to ensure high scores.

 

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My answers today were not rehearsed- this is really how a native speaker, such as myself, would answer IELTS Part 3 questions to nail the “native 9”.

Questions from the British Council website:

  • What kind of things give status to people in your country?
  • Have things changed since your parents’ time?
  • Do you think advertising influences what people buy?

Now it’s your turn to practice answering these questions!

In our online IELTS course, 3 Keys IELTS, we give you all the strategies and practice you need to score highly on all parts of the IELTS Exam.

What do you think of my sample answers today?

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  • 1) begin your answer directly
    2) support your strong opinion with specific details and examples
    3) conclude your formal answer in one sentence