In IELTS Speaking Test Part 3, you and the examiner discuss about some topics. The time limit for IELTS Speaking Test Part 3 is about 3-4 minutes. The examiner will help you and move the conversation along.
Examples & Most Common Topics for IELTS Speaking Test Part 3
|Topic in Part 2
|Possible Related Topic in Part 3
|Describe a place you visited recently
|How does tourism affect a country? Does it have some advantages? Can cultures learn from each other?
|Describe a friend
|Is friendship important in your culture? How many close friends can you have? Are friends more important than family?
|Describe a child you know
|What is the role of parents in raising children? Has the role changed in recent years? Who is responsible for discipline?
|Describe an object you like
|Do possessions make people happy? Why do people buy things? Are people in your country wise consumers?
|Describe a photograph
|Are images important in your culture? What is the role of advertising? Do films and television influence our decisions?
|Describe an historical figure
|Who are the most influential people in your society? Are there many heroes or role models today? What are the qualities of a good leader?
|Describe an important event in your culture
|How do different cultures celebrate events? What is the importance of festivals? How have special occasions such as weddings changed in your culture?
|Describe a shopping
|What items are popular now in the market? What will be the market like in the near future? What do city people think about rural people, as shopping is concerned? Do you agree that people like to shop? Do you like shopping? What type of shopping do you prefer?
|Describe a parent
|What is the role of parents in today's society?
|Describe a book
|Are writers respected in your country?
|Describe a movie
|Is censorship of movies a good idea?
|Describe a problem
|Is modern life becoming easier or more complicated
|Describe a happy event
|How can we increase the role of the family?
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