IELTS Speaking part 3 – Six common question types

In the IELTS Speaking test part 3 you will need to develop your answer and give a specific example to back up your opinion, Part 1 is about general everyday topics but part 3 is more in depth.

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. The questions in part 3 are linked to Part 2 of the Speaking test and this section lasts for about 5 minutes.

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