Here are some topics to practise for IELTS Speaking Part 3--the follow-up questions round
Why are some film personalities so famous?
Why do you think some youngsters try to copy movie stars?
Is it a good thing?
Are famous personalities rich in your country?
How do they spend their money?
Do you think they spend their money wisely?
What is the difference between movie stars in the past and movies nowadays?
Do you think movie stars have the right to privacy?
What should be considered when buying toys for children?
How have toys changed compared to the past?
Why do parents buy a lot of toys for their children?
Is it good for children to play with toys?
What kind of art do you enjoy?
What are the traditional art forms in your country?
What makes a good painting?
Do you think children should study art school?
How can children benefit from learning art?
How has art changed in the last few decades in your country?
Can clothing tell you much about a person?
Why do some companies ask their staff to wear uniforms?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of having uniforms at work?
When do people wear traditional clothing in your country?
How have clothes fashions changed in your country over the last few decades?
What is the difference between clothes that young people and old people like to wear?
What makes a good student?
What role should the teacher have in the classroom?
Do you think computers will one day replace teachers in the classroom?
How has teaching changed in your country in the last few decades?
What is the difference between the way children and the way adults learn?
How can a teacher make lessons for children more interesting?
Is family important in your country?
How has the size of the family changed in the last few decades in your country?
How do you think the family will change the ? in the future?
What role do grandparents play in the family in your country?
Who do you think should be responsible for the care of the elderly, the family or the
Do you think diet is important?
What is a balanced diet?
What is the typical diet of people in your country?
Do many people eat in restaurants in your country?
Why do some people enjoy eating out?
What’s the difference between restaurant food and home- cooked food?
How can people improve their health?
Do elderly people do much exercise in your country?
Do you think all illness can be prevented?
Do you think there will be less illness in the future?
Do you think healthcare should be free?
What makes a good doctor?
Do most people have a computer at home in your country?
Do you think all the information on the internet is true?
How can people find reliable information on the internet?
How has the internet changed the way we work?
Do you think the internet is safe for children to use unsupervised?
Media and News:
Do you believe everything you read in the newspapers?
How do most people get their news in your country?
How do you think people will get their news in the future?
How has TV changed our lives?
Do you think TV influences the way we think?
Should children be allowed to watch a lot of TV?
Are all people on TV famous?
Do you think famous people have a responsibility to act as role models for the younger
What are the main environmental problems in your country?
Why should people protect the environment?
DO you think money should be spent on protecting animals?
Do you think money should be spent on protecting animals?
Do you think more should be done to protect natural beauty spots in your country?
What social problems are there in your country?
What can be done to alleviate poverty?
Are there many charities in your country?
What is the difference between major crime and minor crime?
Do you think all criminals should go to prison?
Why do so many people move to live in cities?
What problem does overpopulation cause?
Why do some people prefer to travel in their own country?
Do you think to another country can change the way people think?
Do you think it is good for children?
How have holidays changed over the past few decades?
Do you think it's safer to travel now?
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