Video- IELTS Part 3 Native Sample Answers: A Future Without Things

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ielts part 3 native sample answers futureToday I’ll provide IELTS Part 3 native sample answers about a future without things, namely libraries, books and human drivers.

In IELTS Part 3, there are many questions about future possibilities. We’ve discussed in previous lessons about describing the future, and how to use creative and interesting ideas.

However, one particular question type about the future asks you to discuss this time without certain things that we have today.

In this video, I’ll provide my own high-scoring sample answers to these IELTS questions, and highlight specific stand-out vocabulary you can use in your own answers to score an 8+.

As you watch the video, take notes on my transition phrases. Also, after you watch each answer, pause the video and try to copy my pronunciation. Practice sounding interested and expressive!

 

 

 

IELTS Part 3 Question: Do you think libraries will exist in the future?

Impressive vocabulary:

A machine flush with the wall– A machine that does not stick out of the wall, but is completely flat within it

Enterprise– Name of spacecraft in Star Trek (great TV series for creative ideas about the future)

E-readers– Books on a tablet

 

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IELTS Part 3 Question: Do you think books will totally disappear in the future?

Impressive vocabulary:

No way in a million yearsExaggerated way to say “never”

Lifelong reader– Person who has read all his/her life

Enjoy me-time– Like to be alone

IELTS Part 3 Question: In the future, will humans still drive cars?

Impressive vocabulary:

Despite poor showings by Uber– Even though there have been bad performances or efforts by Uber

Suits my vision of the future– Matches my ideas of the future

Highways in the sky– Busy thoroughfares of flying crafts around cities

Now it’s your turn to practice!

How would you answer today’s questions?

Share your ideas in the comments section below!

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  • 1) My new Sam Sung TV is like a machine flush with the wall, it’s completely flat within it.
    2) This Enterprise in Star Trek is totally stunning to explore the universe.
    3) I become a lifelong e-reader after Internet was invented.
    4) I enjoy me-time on the beach every weekend.
    5) Despite poor showings by What the “F”, it is a one of a kind.
    6) All Ears English suits my vision of the future to live a better life.
    7) There are highways in the sky. How breath taking to see futuristic flying vehicles and aircrafts with stars at night!!!
    8) No way in a million years to leave ALL EARS ENGLISH!!!