After you are done with the ‘Cue Card/Candidate Task Card’, which is the second part of the speaking test, the examiner will move on and ask you some follow-up questions. These follow-up questions are mostly related to the cue card topic you were given. Follow-up questions, also known as ‘details discussion’ comprise part three of the IELTS speaking test.
At a glance:
Speaking test – part 3 (Two-way discussion/ details discussion).
Questions: 5 – 7. (Questions are mostly based on the cue card topic/ candidate task card topic.)
Time: 4 – 6 minutes.
We have extracted these most common IELTS part three question according to the function and the way to answer it:-