So what do I mean by this?
Well, if in part two you talked about your favorite teacher, in part three you might be talking about education.
You might talk about how it is different today than it used to be. Okay? So you might be looking at education.
Some of the topics you may look at in part three:
technology is very common, education, environment, TV influence, leisure activities, shopping, sports, transportation.
So these are all very common topics, and so you'll be asked between four to six questions on these types of topics.
So an example you may be asked: "How are education priorities different from those in the past?"
Okay? So again, you have to state your opinion for this question.
All right, so let's look at some of the "Dos" and "Don'ts" for this part of the IELTS.
Okay, so let's look at some of the things you should do.
Okay? So there's our smiley face, this is a good idea. The first one is: listen for keywords in the question.
Okay? Sometimes you may not understand what the question is... try to listen for the keywords of the question.
Do you hear the word "education", "school"?
Listen and this will help you to understand the question better.
If you still don't understand the question: ask. Okay?
This is very important. It's okay to ask the examiner to repeat the question.
If you don't understand, you can also ask for clarification.
It's better to ask if you don't understand than to answer something completely different and wrong.
Okay? So it's always better to ask.
When you do answer the question, make sure, again, you don't give these short yes/no answers.
Expand, give detail. Okay? Give examples, give reasons.