Hello, I took the academic test last weekend in Ecuador.Speaking:
Part 1: Where do you live? Is it a nice place to live? Do you expect to live there in the future? Do you watch TV? What kind of programs do you like? Do you like to talk about dreams with others? Do you think they have a meaning? Do you want to study about the meaning of the dreams?
Part 2: Talk about a book you would like to read again.
What was the book about? When did you read it? Why do you want to read it again?
Part 3: Questions about reading habits, about technology and books.
Part 1: A conversation between a man and a lady making a reservation in his place.
A map of the place, where we had to locate parts of it.
Part 2: A girl talking about her project about math.
Part 3: A man giving advice to parents before sending their kids to a vacational camp.
Part 4: A speech about marketing.
Part 1: Reading about twins and how they help to study genetics.
Part 2: A reading talking about a movement called Slow food
Part 3: Teaching ancient languages
Part1: a chart about Internet connection in 5 countries in 2001 and 2002.
Part 2: some people say it’s OK to use animals for our benefit, others say it is no good to exploit them. Discuss both points of view.
I will post my results as soon as I receive them.
At the second part of the speaking test I spoke too fast that I had anything else to say before the time ended. The lady stopped me, and said it was OK and began with the third part… I’m not sure if that was good or not :/
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