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maite subias

on 8 December 2016

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Transcript of MONOLOGUES

Daily oral exercises to practise the final oral exam What's the key to success ? Congratulations ! TALK for three minutes about the importance of SHOPPING in our lives and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of on-line shopping. MONOLOGUE 3 Make an oral exposition about the different kinds of programmes you can watch on TV nowadays. What kind of programmes are your favourite? What changes would you make in the programming? Monologue 5 : May 2nd TALK about eating habits in your country. Talk about the kind of food you eat and what you like and don’t like. Discuss the importance of having healthy eating habits.
Monologue 6 : May 8/9,13 GETTING READY FOR THE ORAL EXAM PRACTICE, PRACTICE and more PRACTICE Follow the tips given along the year:
- Plan what to say and be relevant
- Incorporate the new language and grammar
- Be accurate MONOLOGUE 1

TALK for three minutes max. about the advantages and disadvantages of the different forms of learning in the pictures below.
What do you think is the best way to learn? Explain why. MONOLOGUE 2
TALK for three minutes max. about the benefits the free time activities in the pictures below have for children. Talk about the free time activities you enjoyed as a child. MONOLOGUE 4
TALK for three minutes about what the pictures below suggest you and guess who they are and discuss how often we judge by appearances and its consequences. Tell an anecdote when you judged by appearances and you were absolutely right/wrong.
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