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PROFICIENCY (CPE) 1.3 The Long Turn


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on 13 March 2017

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Transcript of PROFICIENCY (CPE) 1.3 The Long Turn

1.3 Part 3: The Long Turn
Speaking Part 3: The Long Turn
How much easier is it to learn a language nowadays than it was in the past?

- technology
- travel
- learning techniques
The interlocutor gives you a topic card with a question and some ideas on it and you have to speak for about 2 minutes on your own.
Speaking on your own for a longer time, expressing and justifying opinions, developing topics.
10 minutes (2-minute long turn for each candidate and 6 minutes for the discussion).
How has life changed in the last hundred years?

- work
- education
- family life
Why is music important to people around the world?

- traditions
- entertainment
- emotions
What effect does tourism have on the environment in your country?

- politically
- socially
- naturally
What changes do you foresee in the future?

- housing
- fashion
- transport
Now here are plenty of examples:
Here are many more topic cards.
Here is an example.
Your partner must listen carefully as they will be asked to comment on what you have said. Here we will concentrate on the topic cards.
What can sometimes make international
relations difficult?

- cultural differences
- previous history
- language barrier
How can governments help to improve international relations?

- promoting learning of other languages
- working together for the common good
- preventing further conflict
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