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  • 1. PET for Schools Mock Orals April 2014 1. Work with a partner and ask and answer these questions. Remember to give extended answers! a) Where do you live? ………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………………………………………….. b) What do you like doing in your free time? ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………... c) Where do you usually go on holiday? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. d) What do you usually do on holiday? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…… e) What are your favourite subjects at school? Why? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….… f) Tell me about your English teacher. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. g) Tell me about your family. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. f) Do you enjoy learning English? Why? Why not? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 2. You are going to watch a video of two candidates doing a Part 2 task. a) Listen to the interlocutor and complete the instructions for the task. What two things do the candidates have to do? I’m going to describe a situation to you. A boy is leaving his school because his parents are going to work in another country. The students in his class want to give him a ___________. Talk together about the different ___________ they could give him and then decide ________ __________ ____ __________ . b) Now watch the rest of the video and choose the correct option in each sentence. 1) The candidates listen and respond to each other well / don’t respond to each other’s comments. 2) The candidates talk about most of the pictures / only talk about one picture. 3) The candidates negotiate towards a final decision / don’t negotiate towards a final decision. 4) The candidates did both parts of the task / only did the first part of the task. 1
  • 2. c) Listen again and complete the table below. How did the candidates give their opinions? How did they agree with each other? How did the candidates ask for their partners’ opinion? How did they disagree with each other? 4. What are some other ways of asking for and giving an opinion? Write your ideas above. 5. What other ways of agreeing and disagreeing do you know? Write your ideas in the table. 6. Now you do the same task. Think about how well you are listening and responding to your partner. 7. Below are two transcripts of candidates’ answers. One is better than the other. a) Compare the two answers and comment on: the logical development of ideas how long the sentences are the vocabulary linking words to show the development of ideas the grammatical structures used b) Now you try. 2 I can see a man, a girl standing. Are in the train….. I think. The girl ….wearing a white t-shirt, white shoes, white socks, blue shorts. Maybe China….. the writing here. Many people in train, .. no, is bus I think. The woman wearing white t- shirt, white skirt, glasses. The man here wearing black t-shirt, can’t see more. Is hot. This picture shows a bus full of people. Some of them are sitting down and others are standing up because there are no more seats. It must be hot because most of the people are wearing t- shirts. The people look Chinese or Malaysian, they are definitely Asian. There is also a poster on the wall with Chinese writing on, so, I think they must be Chinese. There is a girl in the picture who looks like she is going to school because she has a school bag. The boy standing next to her also looks like a student although he hasn’t got a school bag, he’s just listening to music. He could be a university student because he looks a bit older.
  • 3. 8. Read the Part 4 task below. 3
  • 4. a) What do you have to do? b) What questions could you ask your partner about the topic? • …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. • …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. • …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. • …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. c) Do the task in pairs. You need to keep talking for about 3 minutes. 9. Language Work 1 How do you pronounce these words? a) useful h) fuel o) buses b) polluted i) I think p) secure c) advertisement j) distances q) women d) comfortable k) helmet r) nature e) uncomfortable l) museum f) tired m) cloudy g) knowledge n) bus 10.Language Work 2 Learn about the difference between ‘fun’ and ‘funny’. funny = to talk about something or someone that makes you laugh He told a funny joke. She’s a really funny person. fun = to talk about something that is enjoyable or someone that you enjoy being with We had a lot of fun at the beach. My best friend is good fun to be with. Choose the best word to complete the gap: fun, funny or funniest. Be prepared to justify from the rules above. 4 Your photographs showed teenagers in their bedrooms at home. Now, I’d like you to talk together about the things you have in your bedrooms at home now and the things you would like to have in your bedrooms in the future.
  • 5. a) Our day at the beach was really ……………………………. . b) Don’t laugh; it isn’t very ……………………………. . c) She’s one of the ……………………………. people I know. d) The party was great ……………………………. . e) My sister is a ……………………………. person. 11.Language Work 3 Learn about the difference between ‘many’, ‘lots of/ a lot of’ and ‘very’. many = used in negatives and questions, and in positive sentences after ‘too’ There weren’t many people at the beach that day. Did many people come to your party? You’re trying to do too many things at the same time. lots of / a lot of = used in positive sentences A lot of people came to my cousin’s wedding. There’s lots of things you can do in Santa Cruz. very = an adverb or an adjective, or can be used for emphasis She writes very well. (adverb) He’s a very important person in Torres Vedras. (adjective) I’m very, very pleased with your hard work this term. (emphasis) Choose the best word to complete the gap: many, lots of / a lot of / very. Be prepared to justify from the rules above. a) In this picture, I can see ……………………………. people swimming in the sea. b) I think it could be ……………………………. fun. c) I text my friends ……………………………. at the weekends. d) My village is a bit boring because there aren’t ……………………………. things to do there. e) This man is ……………………………. tall. f) There are too ……………………………. toys in this room. g) How ……………………………. brothers and sisters have you got? h) I go to the cinema ……………………………. often. 12.Language Work 4 Remember different types of ‘bags’ and ‘transport’. Make two spidergrams. bags transport 5
  • 6. a) Our day at the beach was really ……………………………. . b) Don’t laugh; it isn’t very ……………………………. . c) She’s one of the ……………………………. people I know. d) The party was great ……………………………. . e) My sister is a ……………………………. person. 11.Language Work 3 Learn about the difference between ‘many’, ‘lots of/ a lot of’ and ‘very’. many = used in negatives and questions, and in positive sentences after ‘too’ There weren’t many people at the beach that day. Did many people come to your party? You’re trying to do too many things at the same time. lots of / a lot of = used in positive sentences A lot of people came to my cousin’s wedding. There’s lots of things you can do in Santa Cruz. very = an adverb or an adjective, or can be used for emphasis She writes very well. (adverb) He’s a very important person in Torres Vedras. (adjective) I’m very, very pleased with your hard work this term. (emphasis) Choose the best word to complete the gap: many, lots of / a lot of / very. Be prepared to justify from the rules above. a) In this picture, I can see ……………………………. people swimming in the sea. b) I think it could be ……………………………. fun. c) I text my friends ……………………………. at the weekends. d) My village is a bit boring because there aren’t ……………………………. things to do there. e) This man is ……………………………. tall. f) There are too ……………………………. toys in this room. g) How ……………………………. brothers and sisters have you got? h) I go to the cinema ……………………………. often. 12.Language Work 4 Remember different types of ‘bags’ and ‘transport’. Make two spidergrams. bags transport 5

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