Further Practice for Speaking 7
PART 1: INTRODUCTION AND INTERVIEW
To prepare for these questions, make notes about yourself using the table below.
|How do you feel about it?|
|What tense(s) can you use to talk about it?|
|Any important items of vocabulary?|
Now write one possible exam question for each of the topic areas in the table. Answers will depend on your particular circumstances.
A range of present tenses (including present perfect to express the duration of a situation or activity) when talking about your job, workplace, family, hobbies and interests; a range of past tenses when talking about your last holiday (including past perfect to refer to events before the holiday); a range of future forms when talking about ambitions (including going to, will and conditionals).
Useful items of vocabulary:
PART 2: INDIVIDUAL LONG TURN
You will have paper and a pencil in the exam to make notes. It is important that you use your minute of preparation time to think about and organize your answer.