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IELTS Speaking Part I & III – Advantages & Disadvantages Questions

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IELTS Speaking Part I & III – Advantages & Disadvantages Questions

Advantages and disadvantages questions in IELTS speaking part I & Part III ask for your opinion on a particular topic and require you to present both the benefits and drawbacks of that topic. These questions typically begin with “What are the advantages and disadvantages of…” or “Do you think [a particular thing] is a good thing or a bad thing?”

The advantage of these types of questions is that they allow you to show your ability to present a balanced argument and showcase your ability to use linking words and phrases to express contrasting ideas. The disadvantage is that sometimes it can be challenging to come up with enough ideas to fill the time limit for the answer, and it can be easy to repeat the same ideas, resulting in a loss of marks.

The IELTS examiner expects you to provide a clear and well-supported opinion on the topic given and use a range of linking words and phrases to show contrast and connection between your ideas. Additionally, it’s crucial to use a varied and precise vocabulary to express your ideas effectively.

IELTS Speaking Part I & III – Advantages & Disadvantages Questions – Useful linking words and phrases

This can help improve coherence and cohesion in IELTS speaking and writing:

  1. Firstly, secondly, thirdly, etc.
  2. In addition, furthermore, moreover
  3. However, nevertheless, on the other hand
  4. Therefore, thus, consequently
  5. In conclusion, to sum up, in summary
  6. Likewise, similarly, equally
  7. For instance, for example, such as
  8. As a result, due to, because of
  9. Despite, in spite of, although
  10. Meanwhile, meanwhile, during
  11. Otherwise, alternatively, on the contrary
  12. Not only…, but also…,
  13. On one hand, on the other hand
  14. According to, in accordance with
  15. Above all, chiefly, most importantly

Using these linking words and phrases can help create a logical flow in your answers and make them more cohesive and easier to follow. However, it’s important to use them appropriately and not overuse them. It’s also important to practice using them in a natural and fluent way.


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