Today we will look at six example questions from Part 3 of the Speaking module of IELTS. The questions cover the three topics introduced in our Part 2 practice, and include a variety of question types: Indicate a preference; Yes/No; Agree/Disagree; Open-ended. Try answering these questions yourself first and then compare the sample answers below with your own. Remember to expand your answers as much as possible.
Questions 1 & 2
Is it better to make important life decisions on your own or is it better to consult other people?
Do you think good decision-making can be taught?
Questions 3 & 4
Is watching TV a good way of forgetting about work or study?
Should coworkers also spend their leisure time together?
Questions 5 & 6
Do you agree that English should be the main language of international exchange?
What are the difficulties in creating a universal language?
See below for sample answers and analysis