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Prac adv parts 3+4 book 1 cengage

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Prac adv parts 3+4 book 1 cengage

  1. 1. Practice 8 tests Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  2. 2. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Modern times Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some aspects of modern life, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about the advantages and disadvantages of each aspect of modern life. Now you have about a minute to decide which two aspects best illustrate that modern life has both advantages and disadvantages. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  3. 3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each aspect of modern life? medicine ready meals cars electricity computers and mobile phones Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  4. 4. Part 4 • Which aspects of life in the past, which no longer exist, do you think were positive? • Should developments in technology be restricted in any way? (Why? / Why not?) • What sort of difficulties do young people face today, but that previous generations did not have to confront, or not to the same extent? • Why do older people sometimes become nostalgic about the past? 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  5. 5. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Motivation Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some situations where people need motivation and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about why people need motivation in these situations. Now you have about a minute to decide which situation needs the most motivation. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  6. 6. How important is motivation in these situations? training for a marathon studying for an exam working in an office climbing a mountain working in a factory Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  7. 7. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • When do you think it is important for people to be motivated? Are there any times when being motivated is undesirable? • It is often said that motivation is important in education. Do you agree? (Why? / Why not?) • What factors motivate people to achieve something? • How can people motivate themselves? Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  8. 8. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Pride Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different things people are proud about, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about why people feel proud about these things. Now you have about a minute to decide which situation gives the most pride. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  9. 9. Why do people feel proud about these things? supporting a sports team a new baby getting a new job winning a prize a new car Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  10. 10. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • When was the last time you felt proud of something you had achieved? • Do you think there are forms of pride that can be harmful? • Would someone who never felt proud of himself or herself be unhappy? • Are there times when you feel proud of other people? Can you give an example? Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  11. 11. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Transport Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different ideas for reducing the use of cars in a city, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about how practical each idea is. Now you have about a minute to decide which idea is most likely to improve a city. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  12. 12. How practical are these ideas to reduce car use in a city? ban cars from the city centre create new cycle paths make public transport cheaper introduce a park-and-ride scheme introduce a congestion charge Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  13. 13. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • Should private cars be banned from city centres? (Why? / Why not?) • What do you think could be done in your area to encourage people to use public transport? • Some cities encourage people to take passengers in their cars to reduce congestion. Do you think this is a good idea, and would it work in your area? (Why? / Why not?) Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  14. 14. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Time management Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different situations where time management is necessary, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about why time management is necessary in each situation. Now you have about a minute to decide which situation would benefit most from better time management. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  15. 15. Why is time management necessary in these situations? training for a marathon meeting a work deadline studying for an exam having more than one job looking after small children Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  16. 16. Part 4 • Do you think it is a problem if someone is often late for appointments and meetings? (Why? / Why not?) • Which aspects of modern life, where time is managed badly, do you find most annoying? • Does modern life make us too anxious about punctuality? (Why? / Why not?) • When was the last time you were late, and what caused you to be late? 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  17. 17. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Appearance Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different situations where your appearance is important, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about why your appearance is important in each situation. Now you have about a minute to decide in which situation it’s most important to have a good appearance. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  18. 18. Why is a person’s appearance important in these situations? meeting someone for the first time your first day in a new job going to an exam going to a restaurant a job interview Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  19. 19. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • In what sort of situations do you think someone’s appearance is most important? • Do you think it is possible to ignore fashion? (Why? Why not?) • To what extent do you judge a person by his or her appearance? • How important is appearance to someone who cares what other people think? Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  20. 20. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Recreation Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different things that people do in their spare time, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about why people want to do these things. Now you have about a minute to decide which activity is the most enjoyable for most people. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  21. 21. Why do people want to do these things in their spare time? paint or draw play board games work in a garden go dancing read books Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  22. 22. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • Why do you think some people choose to do dangerous recreational activities like mountain climbing? • Do you think everyone needs some sort of recreational activity? (Why? / Why not?) • Would it be possible to encourage more children to take up recreational activities other than sports (hobbies, such as collecting stamps, or gardening)? Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  23. 23. Part 3 4 minutes (6 minutes for groups of three) Creativity Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about two minutes (3 minutes for groups of three). Here are some different situations where people are engaged in creative activities, and a question for you to discuss. First you have some time to look at the task. Now, talk to each other about what rewards people get when they do these things. Now you have about a minute to decide which creative activity is the most rewarding. Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  24. 24. What rewards do people get when they do these things? writing poetry playing a musical instrument growing flowers or vegetables playing with children designing clothes Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
  25. 25. Part 4 5 minutes (8 minutes for groups of three) • How important is it for people to feel creative in some way? • Do you feel people get a similar sense of satisfaction from other activities? • It is sometimes said that everyone has the potential to be creative in some way. Do you agree? (Why? / Why not?) Source: Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Book 1 CENGAGE Learning
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