Put one word into each of the gaps below.
It seems _______________________________________________ be some kind of park.
He appears to ___________________________________________________ annoyed.
It looks ________________________________________ he’s making some kind of craft.
I’m not sure ___________________________________ I guess it’s her first day at school.
I ______________________________ imagine that they are members of the same family.
Looking at the exotic wildlife, this is obviously ___________________________ in Europe.
After this, they _________________________________ probably go home much happier.
It ___________________________________ possibly be kindergarten rather than school.
_____________________________ first impression is that he isn’t really enjoying himself.
The concert ________________________________________________ well be in a park.
I ________________ the impression that they have already been travelling for a long time.
It is almost __________________ the countryside, because I can’t see any buildings at all.
This _______________________________ be a train, because no bus has seats like that.
Actually, I used to be a receptionist, so I know _________ sure that her smile is a fake one.
Photography is a hobby of mine, so I know for _______ fact that it’s a very expensive lens.
I expect that _________________________________________ will be an argument soon.
I reckon that _______________________________________________ is raining outside.
I _______________________________________ fairly certain it’s a British estate agent’s.
I’m pretty confident __________________________ it’s the sea, though it could be a lake.
This photo must __________________________________________ been taken in Africa.
Underline useful speculating language above and then use that in Speaking Part Two.
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