TIPS TO PREPARE THE 3rd LEVEL ORAL TEST
PART 1- Finding SIMILARITIES and DIFFERENCES between two pictures (INTERACTION)
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Tips to prepare the 3rd level oral exam 2

  1. 1. TIPS TO PREPARE THE 3rd LEVEL ORAL TEST PART 1- Finding SIMILARITIES and DIFFERENCES between two pictures (INTERACTION) REMEMBER: you mustn’t describe your picture. Instead, you must ask questions in turns. Ask your partner for details about his/her picture to find similarities and differences between them. Possible QUESTIONS Possible ANSWERS Where was your photo taken? It’s hard/difficult to tell. It could be …. When was your photo taken? I think it could have been taken in summer because… Are there any people/animals in the picture? How many people are there? Yes, there are / No, there aren’t. There’s ONE PERSON / There are TWO PEOPLE What are they doing in that picture? They + present progressive How old are they? They seem to be in their twenties / middle-aged… What do they look like? They are quite young / tall / slim…. How are they feeling? They look happy / absent-minded /entertained… What are they wearing? They are wearing summer clothes / a shirt and shorts… What can you see in the background? It’s hard to see / There is a … / There are some… WHAT ABOUT YOUR PICTURE? PART 2- SAY what your text is about and GIVE YOUR OPINION and the reasons why you agree or disagree with your partner; propose solutions to the topic you are discussing. (INDIVIDUALLY & INTERACTION) REMEMBER: When you SUMMARIZE the text… DON’T say Instead, TRY to say My text TALKS about… My text SAYS that… The text EXPLAINS US… The MAN WRITES… My text IS ABOUT…. The text EXPLAINS THAT… The person who wrote this text thinks /says… The author of this text explains that… When you GIVE YOUR OPINION… DON’T say Instead, TRY to say ARE you agree with that opinion? DO you agree WITH that opinion? What do you think? In my opinion / To my mind / As I see it… PART 3- Start always with the FIRST QUESTION (a personal experience). Then, select two or three subjects and ASK your partner questions about them. Also ANSWER his/her questions. (INTERACTION) When you EXPLAIN a personal experience (first question)… DON’T Instead, TRY to say DON’T GIVE YOUR OPINION!!! In my experience… It once happened to me that… I know someone who…

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