FCE Speaking Part One questions on communication and language learning

FCE Result Unit 7

Student A

Ask two or three questions from below then switch. Only use the extra questions in brackets after if the first answer is short.

 Do you have any close online contacts who you’ve never met? (How are those relationships?)

 Do you still have a landline? (Why/ Why not?)

 How often do you use social media? (Do you think that will change in the future?)

 How often do you write notes for yourself or other people? (What kinds of things are they about?)

 Have you ever tried studying other languages? (How was that compared to studying English?)

 What parts of your English do you most want to improve? (Why those things?)

 Have you ever tried a language exchange? (Would you like to?)

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FCE Speaking Part One questions on communication and language learning

FCE Result Unit 7

Student B

Ask two or three questions from below then switch. Only use the extra questions in brackets after if the first answer is short.

 How do you usually keep in contact with your friends? (Why that way?)

 Are there any kinds of electronic communication which you prefer to avoid? (How about leaving messages on answering machines?)

 Do you usually call people on your mobile phone or text them? (Why?)

 Do you still write letters? (What are the advantages?)

 Have you ever reviewed something online? (Would you do so in the future?)

 What aspect of English makes listening comprehension most difficult? (Why do you think that is?)

 Have you ever studied anything through English? (Is that enough to improve your English, or do you also need actual language study?)

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