In the final part of the speaking test the examiner will ask further questions about the topic raised in part 2. The student is to answer immediately.
Part 2 vs. Part 3
The basic topics of part 2 are:
If an examiner has been asking about a personal object/experience, he/she will usually make the subject more general in part 3 (eg. a talk about your favourite book in part 2 will become a discussion about books in general in part 3).
Possible In-Depth Questions
How/when/where/how long do people do x in your country?
How do you feel about x?
Why is x important?
What x is popular in your country?
What type of people enjoy x?
What do people do when they see/visit x?
How is x different today from the past?
Do you think x will change in the future?
What are the causes of x?
What can people do to improve x?
What are the benefits/drawbacks of x?
How does x affect your health?
How does x affect the environment?
Do you think the government should have more/less control over x?
What is your opinion of how schools teach x?
Do you think x affects the way people do y?