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- January 31, 2018 at 11:27 am #23200chadc
My name’s Cha. I’m originally from the Philippines but currently living and working here in Singapore.
I’ve had my Speaking Exam today 31/1 at the British Council Singapore (Academic Module) and here are some of the questions I was asked by the Examiner:
1. What is your full name?
2. Where are you from?
3. Do you work or study?
4. What kind of training did you have to get your job?
5. Do you need more trainings at work?
6. How was your family vacation when you were younger?
7. Is it different from your family vacations now?
8. How do you usually check the time? (SERIOUSLY, I’M NOT SURE HOW TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION, I SAID I USUALLY CHECK MY WATCH AND I WAS LIKE… IS THAT REALLY THE QUESTION OR I DIDN’T HEAR IT PROPERLY. ARGH)
9. Is being on time for an appointment important?
10. What do you do when you have to wait for someone?
Tell us about an important person you know or heard of.
1. Where and when did you meet the person?
2. How is he/she like?
3. Why do you think he/she is interesting?
1. Do you know many people from othercountries?
2. Do you think it is important to be employed by a multi-national company?
3. Do you agree that brand is important?
4. Do you think that international brands are important?
5. Do you think that the country and people of famous international brands benefit from them?
6. Do you think that international games are important?
I was way too nervous, I wish I wasn’t because I could have given better answers and think clearly. Crossing my fingers to get at least a 6 because that’s what I need. Tomorrow’s my Listening, Reading and Writing Exams.
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