Video: You’ll DEFINITELY See These Speaking Part 3 Question Types

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Today you’ll learn the seven different question types that you will see in IELTS Speaking Part 3.

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There is no way to know what topic you will be faced with in IELTS Speaking Part 3.

However, you can prepare by knowing the functions that you will be required to use!

 

 

1. Compare past / present

How have work hours changed in your country from the past until now?

2. Compare generations, or ages

Do younger people in your country like the same type of music as older people?

3. Effects / causes

What are the positive / negative effects of social media?

 

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4. Solutions

How can teachers solve student behavior problems?

5. Advantages / disadvantages

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a robot in your home?

6. Describing trends in your country / culture / the world

In your culture, do families spend a lot of money on weddings?

7. The future

Do you think libraries will still exist in the future?

Your turn!

Practice answering all of these questions out loud, with a partner or in the mirror.

Focus on providing specific examples and details for all of your ideas.

How would you answer today’s questions?

Share your answer in the comments section below!

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