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ORAL EXAM FCE

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PEÑA CARRANZA RODRIGO ENP 9
Rodrigo Peña Car
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ORAL EXAM FCE
  1. PART 1
    1. 2 MINUTES
      1. The interlocutor asks you and your partner about yourselves, such as interest, your home town, studies, etc.
    2. Part 2
      1. 4 MINUTES
        1. The interlocutor gives you two photographs and asks you to talk about them for 1 minute.Then the interlocutor asks your partner a question about your photographs and he/she has up to 30 seconds to answer.
      2. Part 3
        1. 4 MINUTES
          1. This part is divided into two parts and the interlocutor asks you and your partner to talk together in both. In the first part, you will be given five written prompts and asked to discuss a question. For example, you might be asked to discuss things that might attract tourists to a town. The interlocutor does not join in the conversation. After 2 minutes, the interlocutor will give you one more minute to make a decision together which is related to what you have been discussing.
        2. Part 4
          1. 4 MINUTES
            1. The interlocutor asks some further questions, which lead to a more general discussion of what you have talked about in Part 3. You may comment or expand on your partner’s answers if you wish.
          2. EVALUATION
            1. Grammar and Vocabulary, Discourse Management, Pronunciation, Interactive Communication and Global Achievement.
            2. ORAL EXAM
              1. TIPS
                1. PART 1
                  1. • Practise giving information about yourself.
                    1. • You can give short answers, but it is good to extend them if you can.
                      1. • Don’t give answers which you have learned, as they don’t sound very natural.
                  2. PART 2
                    1. • Practise comparing two pictures to get a feel for how much you can say in 1 minute and how you can organise what you say. Remember not to simply describe the pictures.
                      1. • Remember that the question is printed above the pictures.
                        1. • Approach the task in an organised way.
                          1. • If you don’t know or can’t remember a word, try to use other words for what you want to say.
                    2. PART 3
                      1. • Discuss each of the prompts together in detail. It doesn’t matter if you don’t talk about them all.
                        1. •Remember that the second part of the task is a discussion about a possible decision; it is not essential to reach a decision and you may even disagree.
                          1. • Listen to your partner and respond to what they say before adding your own ideas.
                            1. • You can ask your partner questions too if they are having difficulty adding to the discussion.
                              1. . • Remember to invite your partner to respond and/or contribute.
                      2. PART 4
                        1. • Make sure you extend your answers with, e.g. reasons, examples.
                          1. • Remember you can respond to what your partner says in their answers.
                            1. • Sometimes the examiner will ask you to discuss a question together and this may lead to a discussion between you. This may last more than one turn each, which is fine.
                      3. Cambridge English: First Sample Speaking test with examiner’s comments www.CambridgeEnglish.org
                        1. PEÑA CARRANZA RODRIGO 516
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