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IELTS Part 2 and Part 3 Topics and Questions

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981A Fashion Item You Enjoy Wearing  (Sep 2019 or May 2019)

982.  Something You Borrowed  (Sep 2019)

983.  An Indoor Game  (Sep 2019)  Possibly not a current Part 2 topic

984.  A Conversation With a Stranger  (Sep 2019)

985A Product From Your Country (Sep 2019)

 

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FQ = frequent question = a question that has frequently been reported = a question that is probably in the examiner's question book

* = my guess at a question

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981A Fashion Item You Enjoy Wearing  (Sep 2019 or May 2019)

Describe a fashion item you enjoy wearing. *

               You should say:

 what it is

 where you usually wear it

when you last wore it

 and explain why you enjoy wearing this fashion item.

              .

Notes

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Part 3

Dress Style / Fashion

Uniforms

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982.  Something You Borrowed  (Sep 2019)

Describe something useful you borrowed from someone.

               You should say:

 what it was

 who you borrowed it from

 why you borrowed it

 and explain why it was useful to you.

              .

Notes

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Part 3

Borrowing in Your Country

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983.  An Indoor Game  (Sep 2019)  Possibly not a current Part 2 topic

Describe an indoor game you played when you were a child.

               You should say:

 what the game was

 who you played it with

 how you played it

 and explain why you played that game.

              .

Notes

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Part 3

Games in Your Country

Children's Games

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984.  A Conversation With a Stranger  (Sep 2019)

Describe an interesting conversation you had with someone/you didnít know.

               You should say:

 when and where you had the conversation

 who you had the conversation with

 what you talked about

 and explain why you think it was interesting

              .

Notes

  • "Interesting" means the opposite of "boring". More specifically, "interesting" means it appeals to or stimulates your mind, not your emotions. For example, learning something new from a conversation could be described as, "interesting".

  • It could have been a short conversation, for example, with a stranger while you were standing in line at the supermarket checkout.

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Part 3

Conversations

Speaking in Public to a Group (or an audience)

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985A Product From Your Country (Sep 2019)

Version A

Describe a well-known product from your hometown, region or country*.

               You should say:

 what it is

 where people can buy it

 who usually buys it

 and explain why it is well-know (or, popular).

              .

Version B

Describe a popular product in your hometown .*

               You should say:

 what it is

 where people can buy it

 who usually buys it

 and explain why it is popular in your hometown.

 

 

Notes

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Part 3

Products, especially Traditional Products From Your Country

See Note 1

 

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Note 1

Anything "traditional" is at least about 200 years old and could even be thousands of years old.