This lesson will help you understand the basics of part 3 of the speaking test.
To see examples of part 1 and part 2, follow the links below.
Speaking Part 1 | Band 9 Example and Collocations with 'life' and 'living'
Speaking Part 2 | How to Get a High Band in Part 2, with Examples
Part 3 of the speaking test is 4-5 minutes long. It requires you to talk about ideas related to Part 2. Whereas part 2 is often related to your personal experiences, part 3 is supposed to be more general and more academic. You shouldn’t talk about personal experiences; you should give opinions with supporting ideas. Justify everything that you say – always explain your opinions and make sure the examiner knows why you think how you think.
Below is an example question set for part 3.
Part 3 Example Question set on the topic of
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