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Latest Cue Cards for May and June,2019

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Follow this Speaking test advice and try to talk fluently.

  • The Speaking test is a face-to-face conversation with a certified examiner. It is as close to a real-life situation as a test can get.
  • The examiner will ask you about familiar topics such as home, work or studies in part 1. This should help you feel comfortable when speaking. Try and relax so that you can speak as naturally as possible.
  • Take time before the test to practise speaking with a partner, friend or teacher.
    Make the most of your Speaking test:
  • Try to talk as much as you can
  • Talk as fluently as possible and be spontaneous
  • Relax, be confident and enjoy using your English
  • Develop your answers
  • Speak more than the examiner
  • Ask for clarification if necessary
  • Do not learn prepared answers; the examiner is trained to spot this and will change the question
  • Express your opinions; you will be assessed on your ability to communicate
  • The examiner’s questions tend to be fairly predictable; practice at home and record yourself

Latest Cue Cards for March,2019

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    1. Describe one of your grandparent’s job.
    2. Speak about something that you complained and if the company solved your problem?
    3. Describe an item you already bought but you do not use it.
    4. An instance when you wished to do something but could not make time for
    5. Good news that you recently received.
    6. An intelligent person you know.
    7. Describe a place where you spend your free time.
    8. Describe something that you borrowed from a friend/ a family member.
    9. A foreign language you would like to learn.
    10. Tell about a latest party you attended.
    11. Describe your idea of a perfect house. Appearance + its location.
    12. Describe a person with whom you enjoy to work.
    13. A gift you presented to your friend on some
    14. An activity that you do when you are alone.
    15. What kind of food people like to eat in special events.
    16. Talk about something you lost and then found it.
    17. A comedy show/movie which you have seen
    18. Talk about your favorite co-worker.
    19. Describe a good law in your country
    20. Describe a teenager you know.
    21. Talk about an old man you know.
    22. Describe a situation when someone did not tell you the complete truth.
    23. Talk about a part of your country you like the most.
    24. Talk about a game you enjoyed playing when you were
    25. Talk about a statue in your town.
    26. Describe about information you got from somewhere.
    27. Describe a flower which is of importance in your country.
    28. Talk about a book you read recently
    29. An important decision you took with the help of someone.
    30. Describe a poisonous plant you know.
    31. Talk about a free day from work/study.
    32. Talk about an instance when you experienced bad service at a shop or restaurant
    33. Talk about a time when you had a problem with a piece of equipment.
    34. Talk about a remote place you wish to visit in the future
    35. Talk about a sport, on TV you would like to try.
    36. Talk about a special date in your country’s history.
    37. Talk about a lecture you have been to
    38. Talk about a recent public development in your country
    39. Talk about a time when you gave money as a gift
    40. Talk about a person who cares about the environment
    41. Talk about a project for which you collected
    42. A place indoor/outdoor where you can
    43. A public facility recently opened(cinema/park)
    44. A subject you did not like at school but are interested in
    45. Something you taught to a younger person.
    46. A family business you know.
    47. Something you started that is good for your health.
    48. Describe a happy childhood event.
    49. Describe an environmental problem that has occurred in your country.
    50. Describe an educational television program that you liked.
    51. Describe an interesting house/apartment that you have
    52. Talk about an advertisement that you find
    53. Describe an event when you had to be polite.

Speaking Test Advice

Follow this Speaking test advice and try to talk fluently.

  • The Speaking test is a face-to-face conversation with a certified examiner. It is as close to a real-life situation as a test can get.
  • The examiner will ask you about familiar topics such as home, work or studies in part 1. This should help you feel comfortable when speaking. Try and relax so that you can speak as naturally as possible.
  • Take time before the test to practise speaking with a partner, friend or teacher.
    Make the most of your Speaking test:
  • Try to talk as much as you can
  • Talk as fluently as possible and be spontaneous
  • Relax, be confident and enjoy using your English
  • Develop your answers
  • Speak more than the examiner
  • Ask for clarification if necessary
  • Do not learn prepared answers; the examiner is trained to spot this and will change the question
  • Express your opinions; you will be assessed on your ability to communicate
  • The examiner’s questions tend to be fairly predictable; practice at home and record yourself

Harinder Pal Singh

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