Developing your answers for Speaking part 3.
In IELTS Speaking part 3, you need to develop your answer and give a specific example to back up your opinion. Part 1 topics are about you and your life and you don’t need to give a very long answer. However, part 3 topics are broader and you need to give a much longer answer. In fact, the IELTS speaking test is not formal and you can talk in a casual way (but I don’t advise using idioms).
In the speaking test, the examiners will be checking your grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary and fluency.