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1 HeIping others

Part 2
2 Gardens

4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three)

InterIocutor n this part of the test, 'm going to give each of you two photographs. 'd like you to
talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a
question about your partner's photographs.


(Candidate A) it's your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show peopIe who
are heIping other peopIe in different situations.


Place Part 2 booklet, open at 1ask 1, in front of Candidate A.


'd like you to compare the photographs, and say how important it is to heIp peopIe
in these situations.


All right?


Candidate A
1 minute



InterIocutor
Thank you.


(Candidate B), do you find it easy to ask for heIp when you have a probIem? ......
(Why? / Why not?)


Candidate B
approximatelv
30 seconds






InterIocutor

Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 2 booklet.


Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show peopIe spending time in
different gardens.


Place Part 2 booklet, open at 1ask 2, in front of Candidate B.


'd like you to compare the photographs, and say what you think the peopIe are
enjoying about spending time in these gardens.


All right?
Candidate B
1 minute



InterIocutor
Thank you.


(Candidate A), which garden wouId you prefer to spend time in? ...... (Why?)
Candidate A
approximatelv
30 seconds




InterIocutor

Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 2 booklet.



Part 1
2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of three)



Good morning/afternoon/evening. My name is .... and this is my colleague .... .


And your names are?


Can have your mark sheets, please?


Thank you.



Where are you from, (Candidate A)?
And you, (Candidate B)?


First we'd like to know something about you.

Select one or more questions from anv of the following categories, as appropriate.





Likes and disIikes


How do you Iike to spend your evenings? ...... (What do you do?) ...... (Why?)

Do you prefer to spend time on your own or with other peopIe? ...... (Why?)

TeII us about a fiIm you reaIIy Iike.

Do you Iike cooking? ...... (What sort of things do you cook?)

SpeciaI occasions


Do you normaIIy ceIebrate speciaI occasions with friends or famiIy? ...... (Why?)

TeII us about a festivaI or ceIebration in (candidate's country).

What did you do on your Iast birthday?

Are you going to do anything speciaI this weekend? ...... (Where are you going to go?) ......
(What are you going to do?)


Media


How much TV do you watch in a week? ...... (WouId you prefer to watch more TV than that
or Iess? ...... (Why?)


TeII us about a TV programme you've seen recentIy.

Do you use the internet much? ...... (Why? / Why not?)

Do you ever Iisten to the radio? ...... (What programmes do you Iike?) ...... (Why?)





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1 HeIping others

Part 2
2 Gardens

4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three)

InterIocutor n this part of the test, 'm going to give each of you two photographs. 'd like you to
talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute, and also to answer a
question about your partner's photographs.


(Candidate A) it's your turn first. Here are your photographs. They show peopIe who
are heIping other peopIe in different situations.


Place Part 2 booklet, open at 1ask 1, in front of Candidate A.


'd like you to compare the photographs, and say how important it is to heIp peopIe
in these situations.


All right?


Candidate A
1 minute



InterIocutor
Thank you.


(Candidate B), do you find it easy to ask for heIp when you have a probIem? ......
(Why? / Why not?)


Candidate B
approximatelv
30 seconds






InterIocutor

Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 2 booklet.


Now, (Candidate B), here are your photographs. They show peopIe spending time in
different gardens.


Place Part 2 booklet, open at 1ask 2, in front of Candidate B.


'd like you to compare the photographs, and say what you think the peopIe are
enjoying about spending time in these gardens.


All right?
Candidate B
1 minute



InterIocutor
Thank you.


(Candidate A), which garden wouId you prefer to spend time in? ...... (Why?)
Candidate A
approximatelv
30 seconds




InterIocutor

Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 2 booklet.



Part 1
2 minutes (3 minutes for groups of three)



Good morning/afternoon/evening. My name is .... and this is my colleague .... .


And your names are?


Can have your mark sheets, please?


Thank you.



Where are you from, (Candidate A)?
And you, (Candidate B)?


First we'd like to know something about you.

Select one or more questions from anv of the following categories, as appropriate.





Likes and disIikes


How do you Iike to spend your evenings? ...... (What do you do?) ...... (Why?)

Do you prefer to spend time on your own or with other peopIe? ...... (Why?)

TeII us about a fiIm you reaIIy Iike.

Do you Iike cooking? ...... (What sort of things do you cook?)

SpeciaI occasions


Do you normaIIy ceIebrate speciaI occasions with friends or famiIy? ...... (Why?)

TeII us about a festivaI or ceIebration in (candidate's country).

What did you do on your Iast birthday?

Are you going to do anything speciaI this weekend? ...... (Where are you going to go?) ......
(What are you going to do?)


Media


How much TV do you watch in a week? ...... (WouId you prefer to watch more TV than that
or Iess? ...... (Why?)


TeII us about a TV programme you've seen recentIy.

Do you use the internet much? ...... (Why? / Why not?)

Do you ever Iisten to the radio? ...... (What programmes do you Iike?) ...... (Why?)





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building a large
nightclub

building holiday flats


Why would these ideas
attract more tourists to
the town?
putting up security
cameras



providing parks



having more shops



21 HoIiday resort Part 3 4 minutes (5 minutes for groups of three)

Part 4 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three)


Part 3


InterIocutor Now, 'd like you to talk about something together for about two minutes.
(3 minutes for groups of three).


I'd Iike you to imagine that a town wants more tourists to visit. Here are some
ideas they're thinking about and a question for you to discuss. First you have some
time to look at the task.

Place Part 3 booklet, open at 1ask 21, in front of the candidates. Allow 15 seconds.

Now, talk to each other about why these ideas wouId attract more tourists to the
town.


Candidates
2 minutes
(3 minutes for
groups of three)




InterIocutor
Thank you.

Now you have about a minute to decide which idea wouId be best for the town.

Candidates
1 minute
(for pairs and
groups of three)





Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 3 booklet.





Part 4


InterIocutor Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate.

Do you think you have to spend a Iot of money to
have a good hoIiday? ..... (Why? / Why not?)
Some peopIe say we traveI too much these days and
shouIdn't go on so many hoIidays. What do you
think?

Select anv of the following
prompts, as appropriate.

What do you think?
Do you agree?
And you?


Do you think peopIe have enough time for hoIidays these days?
..... (Why? / Why not?)
Why do you think peopIe Iike to go away on hoIiday?
What do you think is the biggest advantage of Iiving in a pIace where there are
a Iot of tourists?
What can peopIe do to have a good hoIiday in (candidate's country)?
..... (Why?)




Thank you. That is the end of the test.




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building a large
nightclub

building holiday flats


Why would these ideas
attract more tourists to
the town?
putting up security
cameras



providing parks



having more shops



21 HoIiday resort Part 3 4 minutes (5 minutes for groups of three)

Part 4 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three)


Part 3


InterIocutor Now, 'd like you to talk about something together for about two minutes.
(3 minutes for groups of three).


I'd Iike you to imagine that a town wants more tourists to visit. Here are some
ideas they're thinking about and a question for you to discuss. First you have some
time to look at the task.

Place Part 3 booklet, open at 1ask 21, in front of the candidates. Allow 15 seconds.

Now, talk to each other about why these ideas wouId attract more tourists to the
town.


Candidates
2 minutes
(3 minutes for
groups of three)




InterIocutor
Thank you.

Now you have about a minute to decide which idea wouId be best for the town.

Candidates
1 minute
(for pairs and
groups of three)





Thank you. (Can have the booklet, please?) Retrieve Part 3 booklet.





Part 4


InterIocutor Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate.

Do you think you have to spend a Iot of money to
have a good hoIiday? ..... (Why? / Why not?)
Some peopIe say we traveI too much these days and
shouIdn't go on so many hoIidays. What do you
think?

Select anv of the following
prompts, as appropriate.

What do you think?
Do you agree?
And you?


Do you think peopIe have enough time for hoIidays these days?
..... (Why? / Why not?)
Why do you think peopIe Iike to go away on hoIiday?
What do you think is the biggest advantage of Iiving in a pIace where there are
a Iot of tourists?
What can peopIe do to have a good hoIiday in (candidate's country)?
..... (Why?)




Thank you. That is the end of the test.




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