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Test 1 / 10

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

And your names are …….. ?

Could I have your mark sheets, please?

Interlocutor: First of all, we’d like to know something about you.

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

[address Candidate B] Are you working or studying at the moment?
[address Candidate A] And you?

Questions that may be addressed to each candidate:

  • How would you describe the area you live in?
  • What are your neighbours like?
  • Would you prefer to live somewhere else?
  • What would you like to improve about the area you live in?
  • How much free time do you have at the moment?
  • How good are you at organising your time?

 

Test 2 / 10

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

And your names are …….. ?

Could I have your mark sheets, please?

Interlocutor: First of all, we’d like to know something about you.

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

[address Candidate B] Are you working or studying at the moment?
[address Candidate A] And you?

Questions that may be addressed to each candidate:

  • Do you come from a large family?
  • Do you have much opportunity to travel?
  • Who are you closest to in your family?
  • Do you have friends who are closer to you than family members?
  • How important is friendship to you?
  • What would your dream job be?

 

Test 3 / 10

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

And your names are …….. ?

Could I have your mark sheets, please?

Interlocutor: First of all, we’d like to know something about you.

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

[address Candidate B] Are you working or studying at the moment?
[address Candidate A] And you?

Questions that may be addressed to each candidate:

  • Do you like to be physically active or do you prefer relaxing?
  • How important is the internet to you?
  • Is there anything you would like to learn about your country?
  • Tell me about the TV advertising in your country.
  • Do you enjoy cooking or do you find it boring?
  • Is there an interesting area of your country that you would like to visit?

 

Test 4 / 10

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

And your names are …….. ?

Could I have your mark sheets, please?

Interlocutor: First of all, we’d like to know something about you.

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

[address Candidate B] Are you working or studying at the moment?
[address Candidate A] And you?

Questions that may be addressed to each candidate:

  • Do you use the internet to study English?
  • Are you a student or do you have a job, or both?
  • Do many tourists visit your part of the country?
  • What’s your favourite food?
  • Do you find your hometown enjoyable to live in?
  • Who do you spend your free time with?