Speaking test : B
  1. U1- U4 Speaking test (A)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud When I first entered college as a freshman, I was afraid that I was not able to do well in my studies. I was afraid of being off by myself, away from my family for the first time. Here I was surrounded by people I did not know and who did not know me. I would have to make friends with them and perhaps also compete with them for grades in courses I would take. Were they smarter than I was? Could I keep up with them? Would they accept me?

  2. Finding out and giving Information Cue Card A You are a new student and you want to use the library. Please have a talk with a librarian at the college where you are studying and Find out: opening hours maximum period of loan Cue Card B You are a librarian at the college. You are going to give the information about the library to a new student. -8 a.m. ~ 9:30 p.m. -a month ? 3 books Fines will be charged.¥
  0.10 per day per item number of books you can take out penalties for late return

  3. Discussing an issue Do you prefer a system where children are put in fast and slow streams or is it better to create mixed ability classes?
Speaking test (B)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud My mother is outgoing and friendly. She enjoys people because, to her, they are the most interesting form of life. When she meets new people, she greets them as if they were old friends. She loves to socialize. Making conversation with any type of personality comes easily to her. My father, on the other hand, is conservative and shy. Socializing is not easy for him. His shyness may give the impression that he’s cold, but once he gets to know you, his warmth and sincerity emerge.

  2. Reaching an agreement Cue Card A You are talking with your friend about the plan at this weekend. Please show your interests (likes or dislikes) and give advice, then finally reach an agreement with your friend. Cue Card B You are talking with your friend about the plan at this weekend. Please show your interests (likes or dislikes) and give advice, then finally reach an agreement with your friend.
  3. Discussing an issue (
  1) Should adults try to teach young people lessons, such as the dangers of drinking too much, taking drugs or contracting the HIV virus, or should they leave them alone to find out about these things themselves? (
  2) What do you think is the best age to be? Explain your opinion. Speaking test : B
  1. U5- U7
Speaking test (c)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud That day I learned two things: First, a little kindness and confidence in people can make a great difference to them. And, second, strength and courage aren’t always measured in medals and victories. They are measured in the struggles we overcome. The strongest people are not always the people who win, but the people who don’t give up when they lose.

  2. Making requests. Cue Card A You are a visitor in Beijing and you want to visit the Summer Palace, but you don’t know how to get there. Cue Card B You are a local person in Beijing. One day you are stopped by a visitor who wants to know the way to the Summer Palace: So you stop a local person and ask him to show you the way:

  3. Discussing an issue (
  1)Do you like surfing the internet? What do you do when you are surfing the internet? (
  2)Does the internet play a positive or negative role in the modern society?
Speaking test (D)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud As he came close and lit the match, our eyes met. At that moment, I smiled. I don’t know why I did that. Perhaps it was nervousness, perhaps it was because, when you get very close, one to another, it is very hard not to smile. In any case, I smiled. In that instant, it was as though a spark jumped across the gap between our two hearts.

  2. Building self-confidence Cue Card A You failed to pass the English examination twice. And you totally lost your confidence. Now you even think about giving up learning English. Your best friend comes to you and tries to build up your confidence in English. Cue Card B Your best friend lost his /her confidence in learning English because he/she failed the English examination twice. He/she even thinks about giving up. You go to talk with him/her and try to build up his confidence in English.

  3. Discussing an issue (
  1) Do you like to travel to natural scenic spots such as Jiuzhaigou in Sichuan, why? (
  2) Do you think it is necessary to develop tourism in natural scenic spots? Why or why not?
Speaking test: B2 U3-U5 Speaking test (E)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud Why are so many people so afraid of failure? Quite simply because no one tells us how to fail so that failure becomes an experience that lead to growth. We forget that failure is part of the human condition and that every person has the right to fail. Failure is never pleasurable, but it can make a positive contribution to your life once you learn to use it. Success, which encourages repetition of old behavior, is not nearly as good a teacher as failure.

  2. Leaving a message Cue Card A You are Alice. You are making a phone call and want to speak to Jack. But Jack is out, so you leave a message. You want to tell him that you are busy tomorrow, so you can’t go to see him and advise meeting on Monday morning. Cue Card B You are Danny, Jack’s roommate. Someone calls Jack. You answer the phone and tell him/her Jack is out and offer to take a message.

  3. Discussing an issue Failure is unavoidable, but it is an experience that will lead to growth. Most parents work hard to either preventing failure or protecting their children from the knowledge that they have failed. How can parents make their children equipped for life in the real world?
Speaking teast (F)

  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud Never underestimate the power of your actions. With one small gesture you can change a person’s life. For better or for worse, God puts us all in each other’s lives to impact one another in some way. Look for God in others. As you can see, “Friends are angels who lifts us to our feet when our winges have trouble remembering how to fly.”

  2. Asking about personal interests Cue Card A You are chatting with your classmate and asking about personal interests. Tell him/ her what you are crazy about and what you can’t stand. Cue Card B You are chatting with your classmate and asking about personal interests. Tell him/her what you are fond of and what you are tired of.

  3. Discussing an issue In many people’s opinion, it is difficult to think of a person who might live a meaningful life with no personal interests. How about you? Are personal interests important to you ? why or why not?
Speaking test : B
  2. U6- U8 Speaking test (G)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud Mary has a problem. She says to her friends,“Harry wants to take me out. He is a nice enough guy, we have nothing in common. I don’t want to go. What do I tell him?” Mary but and her friends agonize over what to say. It is really not that complicated,Mary. What you say is,“Harry,you are a nice enough guy but we have nothing in common. I don’t want to go.” Isn’t it simple? Why complicate life? Honesty makes things so simple. It’s not that humanity will love you more if you don’t tell lies,but that honesty,with tact,is the easiest solution.
  2. Accommodating a foreigner at a hotel Cue Card A You are a receptionist of the front desk at the Hilton Hotel and you are greeting a foreign guest and accommodating him/her. Please have a talk with him/her in English. The following details may guide you: A reservation? Cue Card B You are a foreign guest and checking in at the Hilton Hotel. You are being attended to by the receptionist and talk to her/him in English. The following information may guide you: A reservation; A double/single room; nights; credit card/cash; passport.
  3. Discussing an issue Some people relax by staying at home. Others relax by going out. Which type of relaxation is better for you and why?
A double/single room?
Credit card/cash?
Speaking test (H)
  1. Reading a short paragraph aloud Once upon a time, in the green, out silent woods near a rushing river that foamed and sparkled as it hurried along,there lived a poor woodcutter who worked hard to make a living for his family. Everyday he would trudge into the forest with his strong,sharp axe over his shoulder. He always whistled happily as he went,because he was thinking that as long as he had his health and his axe, he could earn enough to buy all the bread his family needed. One day he was cutting a large oak tree near the riverside. The chips flew fast at every stroke,and the sound of the ringing axe echoed through the forest so clearly you might have thought a dozen of woodchoppers were at work that day.

  2. At a restaurant Cue Card A
Suppose you’re the waiter/waitress. You are helping the customer with his order of something to eat and drink. Start the conversation with greetings. The menu below may guide you.
Cue Card B
Suppose you are the customer at a restaurant and make your order of food and drink with the help of a waiter/waitress. The menu below may guide you. 北京烤鸭 Roast Beijing Duck 油条 Fried bread stick 蒸饺 Steamed dumplings 饭团 Rice and vegetable roll 咸鸭蛋 Salted duck egg 馄饨面 Wonton & noodles 麻辣面 Spicy hot noodles 榨菜肉丝面 Pork , pickled mustard green noodles 米粉 Rice noodles 桔子酒 orange wine (蜂)蜜酒 honey wine 麻婆豆腐 Ma Po beancurd 水饺 Boiled dumplings 馒头 Steamed buns 皮蛋 100-year egg 豆浆 Soybean milk 刀削面 Sliced noodles 乌龙面 Seafood noodles 板条 Flat noodles 甜酒 sweet wine 姜汁酒 ginger wine

  3. Discussing an issue Some people get up early in the morning and go to bed early at night. Others get up late in the morning and stay up until late at night. What do you think is better and why?
Speaking test: B
  1. U8 B
  2.U2 Speaking test (I) I. Read a short paragraph aloud. Effective study skills and strategies are the basis of effective learning. They give you an opportunity to learn systematically and independently. By always using good study habits and learning to work like a successful student, you can become one. Learning is a very personal matter. There isn’t one study skill or learning strategy that works for every person in every situation.
II. Finding out and giving information Cue Card A You are interested in package tour. Please have a talk with a tour manager and find out: departure time ; meals and hotels; Cue Card A You are a tour manager. You are going to give the information about the tour you recommend to a perspective customer. July 23rd; 20 RMB per meal, six days , five nights; 3- star standard hotel 1850 RMB duration of the tour; activities included travel fare
mountain climbing, sight seeing, expedition, cruise, shopping…… III. Discussing an issue Do you think money is the most important thing about a job? What other things are important in a job? Your dream job? Do people work too hard in your country?
Speaking test: B
  1. U8 B
  2.U2 Speaking test (J) II. Read a short paragraph aloud. He had uncomed hair, dirty clothes, and only 35 cents in his pocket. In Baltimore, Maryland, he got on a bus and headed straight for the restroom. He thought that if he hid in the restroom, he could ride to New York without paying. But a passenger at the back of the bus saw him. She tapped the person in front of her on the shoulder and said, “There is a bum in the restroom. Tell the bus driver.” That passenger tapped the person sitting in front of him. II. Reaching an agreement Cue Card A You are talking with your friend about the plan for the Spring Festival. Please show your interests (likes or dislikes) and give advice, then finally reach an agreement with your friend. Cue Card B You are talking with your friend about the plan for the Spring Festival. Please show your interests (likes or dislikes) and give advice, then finally reach an agreement with your friend.
III. Discussing an issue Is it necessary to be honest all the time? What do you think of the cheating in business? What do you think of the cheating on exams? How can cheating on exams be prevented?


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