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Speaking Practice Test 2

Part 1

Speaking Test Introduction - leading to the questions:

Why don't we talk about the sports played in your secondary school?

What sports did you play in secondary school? Why?

Were you good at these sports? Why (not)?

Were the sporting facilities good or bad? Why (not)?

Let's move on to talk about the sports played in your secondary school?

What sports did you play in secondary school? Why?

Were you good at these sports? Why (not)?

Were the sporting facilities good or bad? Why (not)?

Let's talk about safety.

Have you ever spent time as a patient in a hospital? Why?

Do you face any risks in your present life? What?

What sort of accidents could happen in your home?

Do you feel your neighbourhood is a safe place to live? Why (not)?

Part 2 

Describe the most expensive object you have ever purchased.

You should talk about:

what the object was

how you afforded it

what happened to it

and how this purchased influenced or changed your life.

One minute for note taking

All right? Remember, you have one to two minutes for this, so don’t worry if I stop you. I’ll tell you when the time is up. Can you start speaking now, please?

Begin talking on the subject, and finish before, or at, the two-minute mark.

Thank you.

Were other people interested in this purchase?

Thank you. Can you give me back the topic, and the paper and pencil, please?

Part 3

Earning Money

Is it easy to earn money in your country? Why (not)?

What are the greatest expenses in general life? Why?

What sort of fields/businesses do you think offer good earning opportunity?

How did the richest people in your country become so rich?

Possessions

What sorts of possessions are valued in your culture (e.g. a car)?

Is it easy to obtain these possessions? Why (not)?

Do you think people sometimes have too many possessions? Why (not)?

Do you think society is, generally, too materialistic?

The Gap between the Rich and the Poor

Is the gap between the rich and the poor very wide in your country?

Is this gap becoming wider or narrower? Why do you think so?

What problems result from a widening gap between the rich and poor?

What steps should governments take to prevent this gap?

Thank you for coming. That is the end of the speaking test.

Comments:

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