You would also need to be able to do each function in a variety of different ways so that you are not repeating yourself throughout the test.
What Level of Formality Should I Use?
Furthermore, candidates need to think about the level of formality and strength of their language. Whilst the test is not strictly formal, phrases such as:
“No way man, that’s sick as bro!.”
or even simply:
These comments are too informal and not appropriate for this situation.
Examiners would therefore know that you have not developed control and understanding of this language skill yet.
Now, you have read this 'How To Do IELTS Speaking Part 3' guide we have looked at each part of the IELTS speaking test.
You should now know what you will be asked to do in each section of the test and be aware of how to demonstrate good grammar, pronunciation, lexical resource and fluency and coherence. Those are the four key ways examiners will assess you.
If you are not sure about any of those areas either re-read this article and also the article on IELTS Speaking Part 1 and Part 2, or ask a question or comment below.
I look forward to hearing from you!