Speaking Part 3 - follow-up questions (Volume 3)
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IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Natural environment.
1. Why is it important to protect the natural environment?
2. What environmental problems are common in your country?
3. What can the government in your country do to deal with those problems?
4. What technological innovations should the world develop to protect the environment?
5. Do you think the youth these days care about the environment? Why?
6. Environmental problems are too big to be dealt at the individual level? Do you agree? Why/ Why not?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Leadership and politics.
1. Do you think people are born to be leaders?
2. Can leadership skills be taught?
3. Why are elected politicians often so unpopular?
4. What should a leader do to remain popular?
5. Do you think unelected heads of state are a good idea?
6. In your opinion what qualities a political leader should have?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Life experience.
1. Do you agree that we learn best from our mistakes?
2. What’s the best way to gain experience in life?
3. Can we gain life experience from books and movies?
4. Which is more important, experience or potential?
5. What experience do you wish you had gained?
6. Why do some people fail to learn from their experience?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Influence of television.
1. How popular is watching television in your country?
2. Tell me about the types of programmes that are generally on television in your country.
3. Why do people like watching television?
4. Which one do you is better - state or private television? Why?
5. What effects can watching television have on children?
6. How the TV programmes differ now than that of 10 years ago?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Retirement and old age.
1. At what age should people retire from work?
2. What problems can people face after their retirement?
3. How important are retirees to your country’s economy?
4. When should you start saving for retirement?
5. Why do some companies encourage early retirement?
6. Do you think the state should take responsibility of retirees who worked in private companies rather than government organisation?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Photography.
1. Is it easy to take good photographs?
2. What are the pros and cons of digital photography?
3. Should people share their photographs online?
4. When can an image be worth a thousand words?
5. Is a photograph a reliable form of identification?
6. Is it necessary to take a course to become a good photographer?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Gift.
1. What is the purpose of gift giving?
2. How has gift giving changed since your grandparents’ time?
3. How important is gift giving in a relationship?
4. What is more important when it comes to giving a gift, cost or effort?
5. Do you think that people have become more materialistic when it comes to giving gifts, as compared to your grandparents’ time?
6. How has modern technology changed the nature of gift giving?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: The internet and social media.
1. What types of websites are popular among your generation?
2. Is using the internet a social or solitary activity?
3. How has the internet changed social behaviour?
4. Should companies check job applicants’ online profiles?
5. What will be the next big development online?
6. How has the internet changed the way we communicate with others?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Influences on the young.
1. What type of people influence the young in your country?
2. Why is it important to have role models?
3. Do you think the education system in your country influences young people’s behaviour?
4. What type of person (parents, teachers, friends etc) are best to influence young people’s behaviour?
5. What do you think young people will be most influenced by it the future?
6. Who do you believe have more influence on young children - parents or teachers? Why?
IELTS Speaking Part 3 topic: Nature.
1. What are the main environmental problems in your country?
2. Why should people be concerned about the environment?
3. How can people protect the environment?
4. Do you think money should be spent on protecting animals?
5. Do you think more should be done to protect natural beauty spots in your country?
6. What can a government do to encourage people not to harm the environment?