IELTS Energy 584: Don’t be Held Back by Part 3 Work Questions

Today you’ll hear high-scoring sample answers for Part 3 work questions.

part 3 work questions

Listen up today and take notes on our vocabulary, transition phrases, and ideas.

The topic of “work” is common on IELTS, but it’s mostly taught in the framework of Speaking Part 1 questions.

However, this topic comes up in a more abstract sense in Speaking Part 3 and Writing Task 2.

IELTS Question 1: What are considered good jobs in your country?

Notable parts of answer:

  • That’s an interesting question, I have to say
  • It’s all in the eye of the beholder
  • doctor, lawyer, engineer
  • autonomy, choice, risk

The idiom “in the eye of the beholder” is fantastic to describe the fact that opinions change according to a person’s perspective.

IELTS Question 2: Were the ideas of good jobs different in the past?

 

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Notable parts of answer:

  • conservative idea
  • work your way up
  • these ideals
  • freedom of innovation
  • creating your own niche
  • the measure is the same
  • banal

Banal” is a great adjective describing something that is boring and super average.

Niche” describes a specialized corner of something, like a “niche market” is a specific audience for a product.

IELTS Question 3: Do you think a college degree is necessary for a high-paying job these days?

Notable parts of answer:

  • average to good paying job
  • detrimental
  • that’s a bit of a controversial opinion
  • hold us back
  • doing well financially

Taking a controversial standpoint is one way to stand out in front of the examiner, by choosing to take a view that is different than every other student.

How would you answer today’s questions?

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