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Speaking Practice Test 4

PART 1

  • Do you work full-time or part-time?
  • What's your job / What do you do (for a living)?
  • What do you enjoy most about your work?
  • What are the main tasks/duties in your job?
  • Is there anything you would like to change about your job?
  • What would be your ideal job?

PART 2

Describe the job you would most like to have.

You should say:

  • what this job would be
  • where you would work
  • which qualifications you would need

and explain why you would like to have this job most.

PART 3

  1. Which jobs would you say are most respected in your country?
  2. Some people say it's better to work for yourself than be employed by a company. What's your view?
  3. Do you agree that some jobs are still more suited to either men or women?
  4. Do you think schools provide enough advice and support to students about their future careers?
  5. What changes in employment have there been in recent years in your country?
  6. Do you think more people will work from home in the future?
  7. Can you think of any disadvantages of working from home?

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