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Ex 403 parts 1+2 trainer

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Q1 2016-2017

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Ex 403 parts 1+2 trainer

  1. 1. Exam material 403 Speaking Test Parts 1 & 2 8 tests 1Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  2. 2. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following as appropriate. • Where do you live? What do you enjoy about living there? • What is / was your favourite subject at school? Why? • What are / were your teachers like? • Do / Did you get much homework every week? When do / did you do it? • What do you enjoy doing after school / work? • What job do you hope to do in the future? Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge 2
  3. 3. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show people having meals. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why they might be having a meal together. (Candidate B), which of these meals would you prefer? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show people and animals. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why these people might enjoy their jobs. (Candidate A), which of these jobs do you think would be more difficult? 3 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  4. 4. Why might these people be having a meal together? 4First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  5. 5. Why might these people enjoy their jobs? 5Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  6. 6. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • What do you like doing on holiday? • Are you going to play any sport this weekend? • What kind of magazines do you read? Why? • Do you prefer texting your friends or phoning them? Why? • What was the last film you saw? What did you like or dislike about it? • What countries would you like to visit in the future? 6 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  7. 7. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show people playing musical instruments. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say how the people in these situations might be feeling. (Candidate B), which musical instrument would you like to start learning to play? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show people on holiday. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why you think the people are enjoying their holidays. (Candidate A), which of these places would you prefer to visit? 7 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  8. 8. How might the people in these situations be feeling? 8Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  9. 9. Why do you think the people are enjoying their holidays? 9First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  10. 10. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • What do you most enjoy doing in your free time? Why? • What did you do last weekend? • Do you use English at all when you aren’t at school? Why? Why not? • Do you think English will be useful for you in the future? Why? Why not? • What do you think are the best ways for people to practise their English? • Which countries would you most like to visit and why? 10 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  11. 11. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show people swimming in different places. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say what the people might like about swimming in these different places. (Candidate B), do you like swimming indoors? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show people learning in different ways. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say what the advantages are of learning in these different ways. (Candidate A), which of these ways of learning would you prefer? 11 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  12. 12. What might the people like about swimming in these different places? 12Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  13. 13. What are the advantages of learning in these different ways? 13First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  14. 14. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • How do you usually spend your evenings during the week? • Who do you prefer to spend your free time with - family or friends? • What did you do last weekend? • Which new sport would you like to take up one day? • How good is the place where you live as to leisure facilities for teenagers are concerned? Why? 14 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  15. 15. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show people eating in different ways. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say what the advantages are of eating in these different ways. (Candidate B), where do you prefer to eat? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show different types of entertainment. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why people enjoy these different types of entertainment. (Candidate A), do you like going to the cinema? 15 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  16. 16. What are the advantages of eating in these different ways? 16Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  17. 17. Why do people enjoy these different types of entertainment? 17 First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  18. 18. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • What do you most enjoy doing in your free time? Why? • What did you do last weekend? • Do you use English at all when you aren’t at school? Why? Why not? • Do you think English will be useful for you in the future? Why? Why not? • What do you think are the best ways for people to practise their English? 18 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  19. 19. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show students in different lessons at school. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say how you think students feel about these types of lessons. (Candidate B), which of these lessons would you rather take part in? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show students enjoying music. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why you think people are having a good time. (Candidate A), which of these situations would you prefer to be in? 19 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  20. 20. How do you think students feel about these types of lessons? 20
  21. 21. Why do you think these people are having a good time? 21First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  22. 22. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • Where are you from? What do you like about living there? • What time do you get up / go to bed on a school day? • What time do you get up / go to bed at the weekend? Why? • How did you come to school this morning? • What are you going to do after school today? • What is your favourite day of the week? 22 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  23. 23. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show teenagers and animals. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say how you think the teenagers are feeling. (Candidate B), which of these situations would you rather be in? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show young people making things. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why you think they are doing these things. (Candidate A), which of these groups of people do you think is doing a more difficult task? 23 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  24. 24. How do you think the teenagers are feeling? 24First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  25. 25. Why do you think they are doing these things? 25First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  26. 26. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Select one or more questions from any of the following categories, as appropriate. • Tell me about the house or flat you live in. • If you could change one thing about the house or flat you live in, what would it be? • How convenient is your home in terms of public transport and other facilities? • Who do you think you are most like in your family? In what ways? • Do you see yourself as doing the same job as anyone else in your family? Why do the jobs done by others in your family appeal or not appeal to you? 26 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  27. 27. Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show people doing different outdoor activities at the weekend. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say what the people are enjoying about these activities. (Candidate B), which of these activities would you like to try? Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show people doing different things in the mountains. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say how you think the people are feeling in these different situations. (Candidate A), which time of year would you prefer to visit the mountains? 27 Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  28. 28. What are the people enjoying about these activities? 28Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  29. 29. How do you think the people are feeling in these different situations? 29Source: First for Schools TRAINER Cambridge
  30. 30. Part 1 2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of 3) Leisure time • Do you spend most of your free time with friends? What do you do? • Do you prefer to be outside or inside when you have free time? Why? Likes and dislikes • What is your favourite part of the day? Why? • Do you enjoy shopping? What sorts of things do you not enjoy buying? Science and technology • How much do you use the Internet? What do you use it for? • Do you enjoy playing computer games? Why (not)? Source: FCE ESOL examinations (2008) Books 1 & 2 30
  31. 31. Places to live Asking questions In this part of the test, I’m going to give each of you two photographs. I’d like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a short question about your partner’s photographs. (Candidate A), it’s your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show different places where people live. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say what are the advantages and disadvantages of living in different places. (Candidate B), would you like to live near the sea? Now, (Candidate B), here are your two photographs. They show people asking questions in different situations. I’d like you to compare the photographs and say why you think it’s important to ask questions in these situations. (Candidate A), would you like to work as a teacher? Part 2 (a one-minute ‘long turn’ for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate) Source: FCE ESOL examinations (2008) Books 1 & 2 31
  32. 32. What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in the different places? 32Source: FCE ESOL examinations (2008) Books 1 & 2
  33. 33. Why is it important to ask questions in these situations? Source: FCE ESOL examinations (2008) Books 1 & 2 33

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