There are IELTS Speaking Part3 Mock Questions below  (you can practice  Part1 and  Part2 as well, or check recent exam Speaking Part3 questions). 

Record your answers or work with your tutor. Use the official assessment criteria description to assess your IELTS band score.

SPEAKING PRACTICE — Answer every of these 3 topics in the slot above. Speak at least for 2 minutes for each without pauses:
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In your answer try to use these structures:
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1 Education

  • How are education priorities today different from those in the past?
  • What is your opinion on the way languages are taught in schools?
  • How can the type of school you go to affect career success?
  • What changes do you think will happen in the classroom in the near future?

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2 Life experience

  • Do you agree that we learn best from our mistakes?
  • What’s the best way to gain experience in life?
  • Can we gain life experience from books and movies?
  • Which is more important, experience or potential?
  • What experience do you wish you’d gained?

 

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3 Money

  • What typical things can visitors to your country buy?
  • What things do young people like to buy in your country?
  • Is it a good idea to save money? Why (why not)?
  • Do you think that people are happier if they have money? Why (why not)?
  • What can shops do to make shopping more pleasant for their customers?
  • Do you think that in the future people will do most of their shopping using the Internet? Why?/ Why not?

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4 Old age

  • At what age should people retire from work?
  • What problems can people face after retirement?
  • How important are retirees to your country’s economy?
  • When should you start saving for retirement?
  • Why do some companies encourage early retirement?

 

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5 Environment

  • What causes environmental problems?
  • What should the government do to protect the environment?
  • What should we do to protect the environment?
  • What other measures can you think of to protect the environment?
  • How should we educate children to protect the environment?
  • What’s the difference between the old and the young as regards environmental protection?

 

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6 Internet and social media

  • Which websites are popular among your generation?
  • Is using the internet a social or solitary activity?
  • How has the internet changed social behavior?
  • Should companies check job applicants’ online profiles?
  • What will be the next big development online?

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7 Family

  • Is family important in your country?
  • How has the size of the family changed in the last few decades in your country?
  • What role do grandparents play in the family in your country?
  • How do you think the family will change in the future?

 

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8 Sports

  • What types of sports are popular in your country?
  • What are the benefits of playing a sport?
  • Do you think the types of sport that are popular will change in the future?
  • how can sports bring people from different countries closer together?

  

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9 Leadership

  • Do you think people are born to be leaders?
  • Can leadership skills be taught?
  • Why are elected politicians often so unpopular?
  • What should a leader do to remain popular?
  • Do you think unelected heads of state are a good idea?

 

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10 Leisure activities

  • What types of leisure activities are popular in your country?
  • Why it is important for people to have time for leisure activities?
  • Why are some activities more popular than others?
  • Are the types of leisure activities that are popular today the same as those that were popular when your parents were young?
  • What types of leisure activities may become more popular in the future?

 

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11 Parks

  • Why do you think it is important for cities to have parks?
  • Do you think the government should be responsible for maintaining parks?
  • How can we as citizens help maintain parks?
  • What would happen if we did not have any parks?

 

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12 Young people

  • What type of people influence the young in your country?
  • Why it is important to have role models?
  • Do you think the education system in your country influences young people’s behavior?
  • What type of person (parents, teachers, friends etc) are best to influence young people’s behavior?
  • What do you think young people will be most influenced by it the future?

 

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13 Diet

  • Do you think diet is important?
  • What is a balanced diet?
  • Do many people eat in restaurants in your country?
  • What is the typical diet of people in your country?
  • What’s the difference between restaurant food and home cooked food?

 

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14 Work

  • Do you think job satisfaction is more important than salary when choosing a job?
  • What skills do you think are needed to get a good job these days?
  • Do you think women should be able to do all the same jobs that men do?
  • How has technology changed the way we work?
  • What is the difference between white collar and blue collar jobs?
  • What jobs do you think are most valuable to society?

 

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15 Television

  • How popular is watching television in your country?
  • Tell me about the types of program that are generally on television in your country.
  • Why do people like watching television?
  • What effects can watching television have on children?
  • Do you think state or private television is better?

  

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16 Universities

  • Is higher education too expensive in your country?
  • Should all students pay for their university education?
  • What advantages do universities bring to society?
  • Which is more important, research or teaching?
  • How should students spend their summer vacations?

 

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17 Shopping

  • Is shopping a popular activity in your country
  • How have shopping habits changed over recent years?
  • To what extent do you think advertising affects the way people shop?
  • Do you think shopping habits are likely to change in the future?

 

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18 Photography

  • Is it easy to take good photographs?
  • What are the pros and cons of digital photography?
  • Should people share their photographs online?
  • When can an image be worth a thousand words?
  • Is a photograph a reliable form of identification?

 

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19 Friendship

  • Do you think childhood friendship can last for long?
  • Is it important that people should have good friendship while at work?
  • Do you think companies should let the employees gather together for socializing in order to be successful?
  • Do you remember the friends you had made in childhood?
  • Is it easy to make friends now as compared to the past?
  • What are the important qualities of a good friend?

 

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20 Cookery and eating out

  • What is the national meal of your country?
  • What type of food your parents like to eat?
  • What are the advantages of eating out?
  • What are the disadvantages of eating out?
  • When do people generally eat out?
  • What is the government of your country doing to promote cookery?

 

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21 Humor

  • Do you think a sense of humor is important? Why? Why not?
  • Do you like movies or TV shows that make you laugh?
  • Is humor easy to translate from one language to other?
  • Are there jokes in your language that are hard to translate?
  • Can humor be useful in learning another language? In what way?

 

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22 House and buildings

  • Do you think children should have their own rooms? Why?
  • Is it common to own your own house in your country?
  • What are the advantages of owning your own house?
  • Do you think it is a good idea to rent a house to live? Why?
  • Why do most of the young people live in apartments in cities?
  • In big cities, the living space is getting smaller. Could you recommend some possible solutions on this?

 

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23 Relationships

  • Do you want to meet a new person? Why?
  • In what ways can we meet new people?
  • Do you think technologies help in relationships between people? How?
  • Do you think online friends can have a negative impact?
  • How can you make someone new at work or college comfortable?
  • Do you have many friends in your workplace or community? Why?
  • How to be a respectable person?

 

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24 Lying

  • What is a lie?
  • Do people lie on a daily basis? Why?
  • In what situations do you lie a little?
  • Why is honesty important for kids?
  • What is the importance of teaching children to be honest?
  • Tell me a situation when someone was lying but it didn’t hurt anyone.

 

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25 Reading

  • In what ways are newspapers better for learning about the news than listening to the radio or watching television?
  • Do you think newspapers should be completely free to say whatever they want?
  • What do people enjoy reading in your country?
  • Do you think it is important for people to read a lot? Why (not)?
  • What sort of stories do newspapers and magazines publish about well-known or famous people in your country?
  • Do you think the media should be allowed to publish stories about the private lives of public figures?

 

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26 Art

  • What kind of art do you enjoy?
  • What are the traditional art forms in your country?
  • Do you think children should study art at school?
  • What makes a good painting?
  • How can children benefit from learning art?
  • How has art changed in the last few decades in your country?

 

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27 Music

  • Do you think music is getting better as time goes on?
  • Where do you think people enjoy listening to music the most?
  • Is it better to go to a live concert or to listen to a CD?
  • Do you like the same music as your parents?

 

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28 Clothes

  • Can clothing tell you much about a person?
  • Why do some companies ask their staff to wear uniforms?
  • When do people wear traditional clothing in your country?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of having uniforms at work?
  • How have clothes fashions change in your country over the last few decades?

 

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29 Happiness

  • What do you think ‘happiness’ is?
  • What are some things that make you happy?
  • Do you think people who have more talent are happier than others?
  • Do you think money makes people happy?
  • Are the things that make people happy today the same as several decades ago?
  • Why do people feel happy when they are with members of their family?
  • In general, what do you think makes a happy family?
  • What kind of people do you think are most likely to be happy?

 

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30 Role models

  • Which type of people are respected most in your society?
  • Do you agree with this situation?
  • What happens when young people lack good role models?
  • What standards of behaviour should teachers set?
  • Do you agree that you should never meet your heroes?

 

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31 Advertisements

  • Do you think advertising influences what people buy?
  • What makes an advertisement effective?
  • What is the purpose of advertising?
  • How have advertisements changed since you were a child?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of advertising?
  • Do you think that advertisements should be strictly regulated?
  • How important is it for advertisers to tell the whole truth in advertisements?

 

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32 Dreams

  • Do you dream much at night?
  • Do you often remember your dreams?
  • Do you think we can learn anything from dreams? (Why, why not)?
  • Do people in your country talk about their dreams? (Why, why not)?
  • Do you think that dreams can come true?

 

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33 Transport

  • How do most people travel long distances in your country?
  • Have the types of transport people use changed much over the last few decades?
  • What kinds of improvement have there been in transport in your country in recent years?
  • Do you think transport is likely to continue to improve in the future?

 

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