Level 2 speaking

Level 2 speaking task

This is an example of the exam set you may encounter during oral part of your level 2 English exam. It consists of examinee’s sheet with a task and a corresponding examiner’s sheet which contains some data you will be required to ask about.

(L2/S/002)

CANDIDATE’S ROLE

The examiner is your foreign friend
who has just taken part in a language course in England.
You would like to take this kind of course next year and you need some information.

Ask about:

– where in England – how long?
– want to go – price?
– problem – only £900 – cheaper course?
– lessons – days / hours?
– course – difficult?
– any homework after classes?
– contact – how if decide?

You speak first, “I’ve heard you’ve been on a language course in England.”

 

EXAMINER’S ROLE

You are the candidate’s foreign friend who
who has just taken part in a language course in England.
You give him / her information about it.

Say – course in Brighton – three weeks
– price £1200
Suggest taking a two-week course – cheaper
Inform – lessons every day morning 9 -12 / afternoon 1-3
– hard course / high level
– much homework / little free time
Promise to give the e-mail address of the school.

The candidate speaks first by saying: “I’ve heard you’ve been on a language course in England.”

You can expect some of these additional questions to appear during the conversation:

1.  Why are you learning English?
2. Tell me about the best training course you have ever taken part in?
3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of learning a foreign language abroad?
4. Do you think knowledge of English is important nowadays? Why?