IELTS SPEAKING PART 3. Travel
In the IELTS Speaking Part 3, which is also called as a counter questions or follow up questions on part 2, the examiner will ask a broader range of questions from the topic given in Part 2. It will be for 4 -5 minutes. The test taker, therefore, has to elaborate and go in-depth on the topic to answer these questions. Remember to speak fluently and not memorize the content according to the topics.
Here are some of the questions asked:
1. How easy is it to travel around your country?
2. Which method of travel do you consider safest?
3. Has travel become safer in recent years?
4. What are the pros and cons of low-cost air travel?
5. How do you think people will travel in the future?
6. Should the government in a country focus more on rail transports or road transports? Why?
7. Why do you think people go on holiday?
8. How important is it for families to go on holiday together?
9. Why do some people go on holiday alone?
10. What kind of holidays will be popular in the future?
11. Is it better to take a holiday in your own country or in a foreign country? Why?
12. What problems can people have on holiday in a foreign country?