The examiner will ask you questions about yourself, such as:
Can you tell me your full name?
What shall I call you?
Which country do you come from?
Whereabouts is your home town?
Tell me about the countryside outside your town.
Now let's talk about your family.
How big is your family?
How often do you spend time together?
What do you enjoy doing as a family?
How do you keep in touch with members of your family?
The topic for your talk will be written on a card which the examiner will hand you. Read it carefully and then make some brief notes.
Describe something you bought that you were not happy with.
You should say:
what you bought
why you were not happy with it
what you did with it
Explain how you felt about the situation.
Once your talk in Part 2 is over, your examiner will ask you further questions related to the topic in Part 2. The examiner may ask you to speak about these points.
Let's consider the kinds of products people buy in your country.
Are there more goods available in shops now than in the past? Why / Why not?
Do people generally prefer to buy products from their own or from other countries?
What kinds of products are most affected by fashions from other countries? Will overseas trends and fashions have more or less impact on what people buy in the future?
Now let's think about protecting consumers.
What kind of techniques do advertisers use to persuade people to buy more? Who should be responsible for the quality of products: producers, shops or customers?
How could governments protect the rights of consumers?
It would be probably 1 year or so when I bought a cell phone and went through a horrible experience. I bought Nokia C5 cell phone from a Nokia shop of the city shopping mall. I saved the amount to purchase a cell phone over 6 months that would allow me to use internet and install applications. Due to my budget deficiency I though Nokia C5 would be a good choice and the salesman also convinced me to purchase this particular one. I spent almost half an hour to test the phone before purchasing it.
I used the cell phone for about a month and I was very happy of its performance. It was touch phone and mostly operated with fingertip. All of a sudden one day I noticed that the touch functionality is not working and hence I am unable to use it and do anything. I restarted the phone and I found it okay again. But that problem kept reappearing over and over again and I took the phone to the service center. After a week I took back it home and used smoothly for 2 weeks or so and sadly the problem reappeared. That was a very frustrating experience and I explained my daunting experience to the customer care officer and he assured that they would fix it. But to my surprise I found the problem again. That day I decided to through it in the dustbin and bought a new cell phone by a different brand and manufacturer. Though I have not threw it away to the dustbin, I placed it in a box with old and unused materials. I later bought a new cell phone by Sony and found it really cool.