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Common
Questions
Types
IELTS Speaking
Part 3
Speaking Test 1 - Part 3
Different types of homes
Example questions:
 What kinds of home are most popular in your country? Why is
this?
 What do you think are the advantages of living in a house rather
than an apartment?
 Do you think that everyone would like to live in a larger home?
Why is that?
Finding a place to live
Example questions:
 How easy is it to find a place to live in your country?
 Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in? Why?
 Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop
living with their parents? Why is that?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 1
Speaking Test 2 - Part 3
Reading and children
Example questions:
 What kinds of book are most popular with children in your
country? Why do you think that is?
 Why do think children do not read books very often?
 How do you think children can be encouraged to read more?
Reading for different purposes
Example questions:
 Are there any occasions when reading at speed is a useful skill
to have? What are they?
 Are there any jobs where people need to read a lot? What are
they?
 Do you think reading novels is more interesting than reading
factual books. Why is that?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 2
Speaking Test 3 - Part 3
Types of weather
Example questions:
 What types of weather do people in your country dislike
most? Why is that?
 What jobs can be affected by different weather conditions?
Why?
 Are there any important festivals in your country that
celebrate a season or type of weather?
Weather forecasts
Example questions:
 How important do you think it is for everyone to check what
the next day's weather will be? Why?
 What is the best way to get accurate information about the
weather?
 How easy or difficult is it to predict the weather in your
country? Why is that?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 3
Speaking Test 4 - Part 3
Different types of TV programmes
Example questions:
 What are the most popular kinds Of TV programmes in your
country? Why is this?
 Do you think there are too many game shows on TV
nowadays? Why?
 Do you think TV is the main way for people to get the news in
your country? What other ways are there ?
TV advertising
Example questions:
 What types of products are advertised most often on TV?
 Do you think that people pay attention to adverts on TV?
Why do you think that?
 How important are regulations on TV advertising?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 4
Speaking Test - Part 3
Arriving early
Example questions:
• In what kinds of situations should people always arrive early?
• In your country, how important it is to arrive early?
• How can modern technology help people to arrive early?
Being patient
Example questions:
• What kinds of jobs require the most patience?
• Is it always better to be patient in work (or when studying)?
• Do you agree or disagree that older people are more patient?
Why do you think that is the case?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 5
Speaking Test - Part 3
Watching films/movies
Example questions:
• What are the most popular types of films in your country?
• What is the difference between watching a film in the cinema and
watching a film at home?
• Do you think cinemas will close in the future?
Theater
Example questions:
• How important is the theatre in your country’s history?
• How strong a tradition is it today in your country to go to the
theatre?
• Do you think the theatre should be run as a business or as a public
service?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 6
Speaking Test - Part 3
Money and young people
Example questions:
• Why do some parents give their children money to spend each week?
• Do you agree that schools should teach children how to manage
money?
• Do you think it is a good idea for students to earn money while
studying?
Money and society
Example questions:
• Do you think it is true that in today’s society money cannot buy
happiness?
• What disadvantages are there in a society where the gap between
rich and poor is very large?
• Do you think richer countries have a responsibility to help poorer
countries?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 7
Speaking Test - Part 3
Different kinds of workplaces
Example questions:
• What things make an office comfortable to work in?
• Why do some people prefer to work outdoors?
• Do you agree that the building people work in is more important
than the colleagues they work with?
The importance of work
Example questions:
• What would life be like if people didn’t have to work?
• Are all jobs of equal importance?
• Why do you think some people become workaholics?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 8
Speaking Test - Part 3
Choosing work
Example questions:
• In your country, what kinds of jobs do young people not want to
do?
• Who is best at advising young people about choosing a job:
teachers or parents?
• Is money always the most important thing when choosing a
job?
Work–Life balance
Example questions:
• Do you agree that many people nowadays are under pressure
to work longer hours and take less holiday?
• What is the impact on society of people having a poor work-life
balance?
• Could you recommend some effective strategies for
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 1
Discussion topics:
Technology and education
Example questions
What is the best age for children to start computer lessons?
Do you think that schools should use more technology to help children learn?
Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers one day?
Technology and society
Example questions
How much has technology changed how we communicate with each other?
Do you agree that there are still many more major technological innovations to be
made?
Could you suggest some reasons why some people are deciding to reduce their use of
technology?
Speaking Test - Part 3
Technology and education
Example questions:
• What is the best age for children to start computer lessons?
• Do you think that schools should use more technology to help
children learn?
• Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers
one day?
Technology and society
Example questions:
• How much has technology changed how we communicate
with each other?
• Do you agree that there are still many more major
technological innovations to be made?
• Could you suggest some reasons why some people are
deciding to reduce their use of technology?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 2
Speaking Test - Part 3
Discussing problems with others
Example Questions:
• Why is it good to discuss problems with other people?
Do you think that it's better to talk to friends and not family
about problems?
Is it always a good idea to tell lots of people about a problem?
Communication skills at work
Example Questions:
• Which communication skills are most important when taking
part in meetings with colleagues?
• What are the possible effects of poor written communication
skills at work?
• What do you think will be the future impact of technology on
communication in the workplace?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 3
Speaking Test - Part 3
The internet
Example questions:
• Why do some people find the internet addictive?
• What would the world be like without the internet?
• Do you think that the way that people use the internet may
change in the future?
Social media websites
Example questions:
• What are the ways that social media can be used for positive
purposes?
• Why do some individuals post highly negative comments about
other people on social media?
• Do you think that companies' main form of advertising will be
via social media in the future?
Examples of
Speaking
test part 3
questions.
IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 4
In part 3 of the speaking test, the examiner will ask you
questions related to the topic introduced in part 2. These
questions are designed to check your ability to discuss more
abstract issues and ideas.
There are some common patterns to the questions that come
up in part 3 of the speaking test. Knowing these patterns will
make you much more confident in this part of the test.
This will also allow you to practice some grammatical
structures and phrases which you can use to talk about
situations common in this part.
 Common question types in IELTS
Speaking test part 3 are:
 (1) Questions asking for your opinion.
 (2) Questions asking you to give reasons for something.
 (3) Questions asking for details.
 (4) Questions asking you to agree/disagree.
 (5) Questions asking you to make a comparison with the past.
 (6) Questions asking you to compare - highlight differences and similarities.
 (7) Questions asking you to predict about the future.
 (8) Questions about imaginary or unreal situations - Hypothetical.
 (9) Questions asking for possible solutions.
 (10) Questions asking to give some advantages/disadvantages.
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING FOR
YOUR OPINION
QUESTIONS ASKING FOR YOUR OPINION.
THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START LIKE THIS: (1) DO YOU THINK….(2)
IS/ARE…….
 Do you think that everyone would like to live in a larger
home?
 Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in?
 Do you think reading novels is more interesting than
reading factual books ?
 Is it always better to be patient in work (or when studying)?
 Do you agree that schools should teach children how to
manage money?
 What kinds of book are most popular with children in your
country? Why do you think that is?
 Are all jobs of equal importance?
QUESTIONS ASKING TO GIVE REASONS:
THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START WITH “WHY”. BE CAREFUL, MOSTLY
YOU WILL FIND IT AS THE SECOND PART OF THE QUESTION.
 Why do think children do not read books very often?
 Why do some parents give their children money to spend each
week?
 Why do some people prefer to work outdoors?
 Why do you think some people become workaholics?
 What kinds of home are most popular in your country? Why is
this?
 Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in? Why?
 Do you think that people pay attention to adverts on TV? Why do
you think that?
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING TO GIVE
REASONS
QUESTIONS ASKING FOR INFORMATION.
THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START LIKE THIS: (1) WHAT….. (2) HOW…….(3)
IS/ARE
 What kinds of home are most popular in your country?
 How easy is it to find a place to live in your country?
 Are there any occasions when reading at speed is a useful skill to
have? What are they?
 Are there any jobs where people need to read a lot? What are
they?
 How easy or difficult is it to predict the weather in your country?
Why is that?
 In what kinds of situations should people always arrive early?
 In your country, how important it is to arrive early?
 How can modern technology help people to arrive early?
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING FOR
INFORMATION
QUESTIONS ASKING TO AGREE/DISAGREE.
 Do you agree that schools should teach children how to
manage money?
 Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers
one day?
 Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop
living with their parents?
 Do you agree that many people nowadays are under
pressure to work longer hours and take less holiday?
 Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop
living with their parents? Why is that?
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING TO
AGREE/DISAGREE
QUESTIONS ASKING TO COMPARE:
 What do you think are the advantages of living in a
house rather than an apartment?
 Do you think reading novels is more interesting than
reading factual books.
 What is the difference between watching a film in the
cinema and watching a film at home?
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING TO
COMPARE
QUESTIONS ASKING HYPOTHETICAL SITUATIONS:
 What would life be like if people didn’t have to work?
 What would the world be like without the internet?
QUESTIONS ASKING TO PREDICT THE FUTURE:
 Do you think cinemas will close in the future? Why do
think
 Do you think that companies' main form of advertising
will be via social media in the future?
 What do you think will be the future impact of
technology on communication in the workplace?
EXAMPLES OF
IELTS SPEAKING
PART 3
QUESTION
ASKING FOR
HYPOTHETICAL
SITUATIONS &
PREDICTING
FUTURE
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IELTS Speaking Part 3 - Common Question Types

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  • 3. Speaking Test 1 - Part 3 Different types of homes Example questions:  What kinds of home are most popular in your country? Why is this?  What do you think are the advantages of living in a house rather than an apartment?  Do you think that everyone would like to live in a larger home? Why is that? Finding a place to live Example questions:  How easy is it to find a place to live in your country?  Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in? Why?  Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop living with their parents? Why is that? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 1
  • 4. Speaking Test 2 - Part 3 Reading and children Example questions:  What kinds of book are most popular with children in your country? Why do you think that is?  Why do think children do not read books very often?  How do you think children can be encouraged to read more? Reading for different purposes Example questions:  Are there any occasions when reading at speed is a useful skill to have? What are they?  Are there any jobs where people need to read a lot? What are they?  Do you think reading novels is more interesting than reading factual books. Why is that? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 2
  • 5. Speaking Test 3 - Part 3 Types of weather Example questions:  What types of weather do people in your country dislike most? Why is that?  What jobs can be affected by different weather conditions? Why?  Are there any important festivals in your country that celebrate a season or type of weather? Weather forecasts Example questions:  How important do you think it is for everyone to check what the next day's weather will be? Why?  What is the best way to get accurate information about the weather?  How easy or difficult is it to predict the weather in your country? Why is that? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 3
  • 6. Speaking Test 4 - Part 3 Different types of TV programmes Example questions:  What are the most popular kinds Of TV programmes in your country? Why is this?  Do you think there are too many game shows on TV nowadays? Why?  Do you think TV is the main way for people to get the news in your country? What other ways are there ? TV advertising Example questions:  What types of products are advertised most often on TV?  Do you think that people pay attention to adverts on TV? Why do you think that?  How important are regulations on TV advertising? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 11 Speaking Test 4
  • 7. Speaking Test - Part 3 Arriving early Example questions: • In what kinds of situations should people always arrive early? • In your country, how important it is to arrive early? • How can modern technology help people to arrive early? Being patient Example questions: • What kinds of jobs require the most patience? • Is it always better to be patient in work (or when studying)? • Do you agree or disagree that older people are more patient? Why do you think that is the case? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 5
  • 8. Speaking Test - Part 3 Watching films/movies Example questions: • What are the most popular types of films in your country? • What is the difference between watching a film in the cinema and watching a film at home? • Do you think cinemas will close in the future? Theater Example questions: • How important is the theatre in your country’s history? • How strong a tradition is it today in your country to go to the theatre? • Do you think the theatre should be run as a business or as a public service? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 6
  • 9. Speaking Test - Part 3 Money and young people Example questions: • Why do some parents give their children money to spend each week? • Do you agree that schools should teach children how to manage money? • Do you think it is a good idea for students to earn money while studying? Money and society Example questions: • Do you think it is true that in today’s society money cannot buy happiness? • What disadvantages are there in a society where the gap between rich and poor is very large? • Do you think richer countries have a responsibility to help poorer countries? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 7
  • 10. Speaking Test - Part 3 Different kinds of workplaces Example questions: • What things make an office comfortable to work in? • Why do some people prefer to work outdoors? • Do you agree that the building people work in is more important than the colleagues they work with? The importance of work Example questions: • What would life be like if people didn’t have to work? • Are all jobs of equal importance? • Why do you think some people become workaholics? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 12 Speaking Test 8
  • 11. Speaking Test - Part 3 Choosing work Example questions: • In your country, what kinds of jobs do young people not want to do? • Who is best at advising young people about choosing a job: teachers or parents? • Is money always the most important thing when choosing a job? Work–Life balance Example questions: • Do you agree that many people nowadays are under pressure to work longer hours and take less holiday? • What is the impact on society of people having a poor work-life balance? • Could you recommend some effective strategies for Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 1
  • 12. Discussion topics: Technology and education Example questions What is the best age for children to start computer lessons? Do you think that schools should use more technology to help children learn? Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers one day? Technology and society Example questions How much has technology changed how we communicate with each other? Do you agree that there are still many more major technological innovations to be made? Could you suggest some reasons why some people are deciding to reduce their use of technology? Speaking Test - Part 3 Technology and education Example questions: • What is the best age for children to start computer lessons? • Do you think that schools should use more technology to help children learn? • Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers one day? Technology and society Example questions: • How much has technology changed how we communicate with each other? • Do you agree that there are still many more major technological innovations to be made? • Could you suggest some reasons why some people are deciding to reduce their use of technology? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 2
  • 13. Speaking Test - Part 3 Discussing problems with others Example Questions: • Why is it good to discuss problems with other people? Do you think that it's better to talk to friends and not family about problems? Is it always a good idea to tell lots of people about a problem? Communication skills at work Example Questions: • Which communication skills are most important when taking part in meetings with colleagues? • What are the possible effects of poor written communication skills at work? • What do you think will be the future impact of technology on communication in the workplace? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 3
  • 14. Speaking Test - Part 3 The internet Example questions: • Why do some people find the internet addictive? • What would the world be like without the internet? • Do you think that the way that people use the internet may change in the future? Social media websites Example questions: • What are the ways that social media can be used for positive purposes? • Why do some individuals post highly negative comments about other people on social media? • Do you think that companies' main form of advertising will be via social media in the future? Examples of Speaking test part 3 questions. IELTS Book 13 Speaking Test 4
  • 15. In part 3 of the speaking test, the examiner will ask you questions related to the topic introduced in part 2. These questions are designed to check your ability to discuss more abstract issues and ideas. There are some common patterns to the questions that come up in part 3 of the speaking test. Knowing these patterns will make you much more confident in this part of the test. This will also allow you to practice some grammatical structures and phrases which you can use to talk about situations common in this part.
  • 16.  Common question types in IELTS Speaking test part 3 are:  (1) Questions asking for your opinion.  (2) Questions asking you to give reasons for something.  (3) Questions asking for details.  (4) Questions asking you to agree/disagree.  (5) Questions asking you to make a comparison with the past.  (6) Questions asking you to compare - highlight differences and similarities.  (7) Questions asking you to predict about the future.  (8) Questions about imaginary or unreal situations - Hypothetical.  (9) Questions asking for possible solutions.  (10) Questions asking to give some advantages/disadvantages.
  • 17. EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING FOR YOUR OPINION QUESTIONS ASKING FOR YOUR OPINION. THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START LIKE THIS: (1) DO YOU THINK….(2) IS/ARE…….  Do you think that everyone would like to live in a larger home?  Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in?  Do you think reading novels is more interesting than reading factual books ?  Is it always better to be patient in work (or when studying)?  Do you agree that schools should teach children how to manage money?  What kinds of book are most popular with children in your country? Why do you think that is?  Are all jobs of equal importance?
  • 18. QUESTIONS ASKING TO GIVE REASONS: THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START WITH “WHY”. BE CAREFUL, MOSTLY YOU WILL FIND IT AS THE SECOND PART OF THE QUESTION.  Why do think children do not read books very often?  Why do some parents give their children money to spend each week?  Why do some people prefer to work outdoors?  Why do you think some people become workaholics?  What kinds of home are most popular in your country? Why is this?  Do you think it is better to rent or buy a place to live in? Why?  Do you think that people pay attention to adverts on TV? Why do you think that? EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING TO GIVE REASONS
  • 19. QUESTIONS ASKING FOR INFORMATION. THESE QUESTIONS MOSTLY START LIKE THIS: (1) WHAT….. (2) HOW…….(3) IS/ARE  What kinds of home are most popular in your country?  How easy is it to find a place to live in your country?  Are there any occasions when reading at speed is a useful skill to have? What are they?  Are there any jobs where people need to read a lot? What are they?  How easy or difficult is it to predict the weather in your country? Why is that?  In what kinds of situations should people always arrive early?  In your country, how important it is to arrive early?  How can modern technology help people to arrive early? EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING FOR INFORMATION
  • 20. QUESTIONS ASKING TO AGREE/DISAGREE.  Do you agree that schools should teach children how to manage money?  Do you agree or disagree that computers will replace teachers one day?  Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop living with their parents?  Do you agree that many people nowadays are under pressure to work longer hours and take less holiday?  Do you agree that there is a right age for young adults to stop living with their parents? Why is that? EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING TO AGREE/DISAGREE
  • 21. QUESTIONS ASKING TO COMPARE:  What do you think are the advantages of living in a house rather than an apartment?  Do you think reading novels is more interesting than reading factual books.  What is the difference between watching a film in the cinema and watching a film at home? EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING TO COMPARE
  • 22. QUESTIONS ASKING HYPOTHETICAL SITUATIONS:  What would life be like if people didn’t have to work?  What would the world be like without the internet? QUESTIONS ASKING TO PREDICT THE FUTURE:  Do you think cinemas will close in the future? Why do think  Do you think that companies' main form of advertising will be via social media in the future?  What do you think will be the future impact of technology on communication in the workplace? EXAMPLES OF IELTS SPEAKING PART 3 QUESTION ASKING FOR HYPOTHETICAL SITUATIONS & PREDICTING FUTURE
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