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Oral Exams

8 tests

KEY Speaking Test Part 2

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a shop.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the shop, so ask (Student A) some questions
about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the shop, and (Student A) you
answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the shop, they then
exchange roles and talk about a different topic.

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1B
Shop

•Name / shop?

•What / sell?

•Address?

•New shop?

•Time / close?

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a clothes shop.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the clothes shop, so ask (Student B) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the shop, and (Student B) you
answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test

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1C

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1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a music school.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the music school, so ask (Student A) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the music school, and (Student
A) you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the music school,
they then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1B

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about English speaking practice.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the English speaking practice, so ask
(Student B) some questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the English speaking practice,
and (Student B) you answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test

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1C

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1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a bike race.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the bike race, so ask (Student A) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the bike race, and (Student A)
you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the bike race, they
then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1B

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a running race.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the running race, so ask (Student B) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the running race, and (Student
B) you answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1C

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Schools Book 2 18
1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a film for students.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the film for students, so ask (Student A)
some questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the film for students, and
(Student A) you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the film for
students, they then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1B

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about some DVDs for sale.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the DVDs for sale, so ask (Student B) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the DVDs for sale, and (Student
B) you answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a skateboarding competition.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the skateboarding competition, so ask
(Student A) some questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the skateboarding competition,
and (Student A) you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the skateboarding
competition, they then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1B

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a theatre school.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the theatre school, so ask (Student B) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the theatre school, and (Student
B) you answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1C

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1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a bookshop.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the bookshop, so ask (Student A) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the bookshop, and (Student A)
you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the bookshop they
then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a museum.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the museum, so ask (Student B) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the museum, and (Student B)
you answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1C

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1D

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about horse-riding lessons.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the horse-riding lessons, so ask (Student A)
some questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the horse-riding lessons, and
(Student A) you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the horse-riding
lessons they then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1A

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1B Horse-riding lessons

•Where?

•Expensive?

•Wear?

•On Fridays?

•Horses friendly?

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a castle.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the castle, so ask (Student B) some questions
about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the castle, and (Student B) you
answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1C

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1D Seymour castle

•Open afternoons?

•Price students?

•Car park?

•Buy souvenirs?

•Telephone number?

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Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
Interlocutor:
(Student A), here is some information about a music shop.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1A to Student A)

(Student B), you don’t know anything about the music shop, so ask (Student A) some
questions about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1B to Student B)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student B), ask (Student A) your questions about the music shop, and (Student A)
you answer them.

When the candidates have asked and answered their questions about the music shop
lessons they then exchange roles and talk about a different topic.
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1A

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1B Freddy’s music shop

•Name / shop?

•CDs / cost?

•Address?

•Open?

•Sell magazines?

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Interlocutor:
(Student B), here is some information about a castle.
(Interlocutor shows answer card 1C to Student B)

(Student A), you don’t know anything about the castle, so ask (Student B) some questions
about it. (Interlocutor shows questions card 1D to Student A)

Use these words to help you. (Interlocutor indicates prompt words)

Do you understand?

Now, (Student A), ask (Student B) your questions about the castle, and (Student B) you
answer them.

Candidates are assessed on both their questions and answers in Part 2 of the test
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1D Mary’s animal hospital

•Name / hospital?

•Birds?

•Parking?

•Address?

•Open Sundays?

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