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IELTS Speaking Test 2016 | Clothes, fashion, fashion industry,

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February IELTS speaking test questions & answers: http://ieltsspeakingquestions.blogspot.com/2016/02/clothing-you-received-as-a-gift-recently.html Questions about: job, work, computers, learning, future plans, clothes, gifts, fashion, designer clothes, young people, old people, trendy clothes, uniforms How to pass the IELTS Speaking Test | Part 3 Top tips on how to respond to Part 3 questions in the IELTS speaking test In section 3 of the IELTS speaking test, the IELTS examiner asks you some additional questions (follow up questions) related to the topic you speak about in Part 2 of the test (the Cue Card Topic). The time allowance for Part 3 in the IELTS test is 4 to 5 minutes. How many questions you are asked will depend on the length of the answers you give to each question – around 40 seconds per question is a good guide. The format of the questions in part 3 is as follows: Part 3 consists of two main questions (Q1 and Q2), and each main question has three sub questions. Time management is important in this section of the test because if you spend 4 minutes answering the first question and the three sub questions – you will not be asked the second main question (Q2) and sub questions. Why is this important? Because instead of responding to six questions in total – you will respond to only three. The IELTS examiner only allows for four minutes in total. Therefore, if you speak for four minutes in response to Q1 – you will have no more time available to try and answer any other questions. It’s possible that some of the other questions provide a better opportunity for you to talk. For some test takers, it might be easier to give shorter answers (40 seconds) and attempt to answer all six questions. Important: Part 3 questions are related to the topic you talk about in Part 2 of the IELTS speaking test. This means that if you receive a Part 2 Cue Card Topic about food, for example, then the Part3 questions will also be related to food, in general. Part 3 Question Examples: We have been discussing a popular type of food in your country, and now I’d like to ask some more questions about this subject in general. Question 1 Firstly, I would like to discuss what things make a specific kind or style of food become popular in a country. Can you suggest some things which make a certain type of food popular? • Which types of food are the most popular in your country? • Why do you think these particular types of food are the most popular? • Do you think that other types of food might be popular in the future? Question 2 Now, let’s continue and talk about national variations in styles of food. Why do you think different types of food become popular in different countries? • Do you think it is important to be able to correctly cook the national food of the country you are born in? • What are some of the ways in which people can learn about and learn to appreciate food from different countries? • Do you think it’s possible that there might only be one kind of global food sometime in the future? Good luck in your IELTS Speaking Test!
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faryal masood (1 year ago)
Good question topics for ielts speaking
Wazuha Fiaz (2 years ago)
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Wazuha Fiaz (2 years ago)
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Wazuha Fiaz (2 years ago)
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Louisa M (2 years ago)
Hi! Do you have viber or IMO? I could practice with you if you want
Maud Arrou-Vignod (2 years ago)
what is trendy clothes ?
gorillavault (2 years ago)
+Maud Arrou-Vignod you're welcome, good luck with your IELTS!
Maud Arrou-Vignod (2 years ago)
+gorillavault Oh okkkkkk I understand now ! thank youu
gorillavault (2 years ago)
+Maud Arrou-Vignod if a type of clothing is 'in fashion' it means that it is the popular style at the moment - it's not related to price - for example skinny jeans are fashionable at the moment - but you can buy cheap skinny jeans and also designer skinny jeans - so it's the style that is fashionable (trendy) not the price.
Maud Arrou-Vignod (2 years ago)
+gorillavault Ok thank you very much, so what could we answer to that question ? Does fashionable refer to clothes that are more affordable or on the contrary are more expensive ( Designer clothes) ?
gorillavault (2 years ago)
+Maud Arrou-Vignod just another way to say 'fashionable' clothes - clothes that are 'trending' at the moment clothes that are 'in fashion' now

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