Cambridge English, succeed in Cambridge English: Proficiency, 8 speaking practice tests, Betsis A., Haughton S., Mamas L., 2012

Cambridge English, succeed in Cambridge English: Proficiency, 8 speaking practice tests, Betsis A., Haughton S., Mamas L., 2012.

Cambridge English: Proficiency is a high-level qualification, at Level C2, the highest level of the CEFR scale, that is globally recognized by companies, universities and governments. It is intended for people who want to achieve exceptional ability with English in order to study at university or seek jobs at senior management level in international business settings. The Cambridge English: Proficiency certificate is a proof of your ability to use English at the highest levels of academic and professional life approaching that of a native speaker.
The Succeed in Cambridge English: Proficiency book consists of 8 Complete Practice Tests for the new 2013 exam format which aim to help students acquire all the necessary skills needed to pass the Cambridge English: Proficiency exam.

Cambridge English, succeed in Cambridge English: Proficiency, 8 speaking practice tests, Betsis A., Haughton S., Mamas L., 2012


Speaking.

Students take the Speaking test in pairs (occasionally, where there is an uneven number of candidates, three students may be required to take the test together). There are two examiners (an assessor and an interlocutor) and one of them (the assessor) does not take part in the interaction but assesses your performance according to four analytical scales. The other examiner (the interlocutor) conducts the test and tells you what you have to do. The interlocutor also gives you z global mark for your performance in the test as a whole.
In Part I of the Speaking test, you may be asked to talk about your interests, general experiences, studies or career, and plans for the future. The examiner will first ask you for some general information about yourself, and then widen the scop* of the conversation to include subjects like leisure activities, studies, travel, holiday experiences and daily life. Respond directly to the examiner's questions, avoid very short answers, and listen when your partner is speaking. You are not required to interact with your partner in this part, but you may do so if you wish.

Interlocutor: Good morning/afternoon/evening.
My name is..........and this is my colleague............. And your names are..............? Could I have your mark sheets, please? Thank you.
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?

Select a further question for each candidate:
• You said you were from [place name]. What do you enjoy about living there? Are there any improvements that could be made? Would you consider living elsewhere?
• How much time do you spend studying/working a day?
• What do you like to do in your spare time?
• What do you see yourself doing in ten years' time?
• Do you have a mobile phone? How important is it for you?




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