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FCE Speaking Part 4 e

FCE Speaking Part 4 e

Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate: 1. What are the benefits of owning a pet? 2. How important it is to protect the endangered species? 3. Mistreating an animal is a criminal offence. What punishment would you serve to someone who's abandoned kittens in the forest? 4. How important are animal ...

FCE Speaking Part 4 d

FCE Speaking Part 4 d

Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate: 1. Have you ever risk your life when doing an extreme sport? 2. How important is sport and physical fitness in young person's life? 3. Do you agree that the elderly should keep fit? Why? Why not? 4. What are the advantages of being a part of a team sport? ...

FCE Speaking Part 4 c

FCE Speaking Part 4 c

Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate: 1. How important do you think it is to be happy at your work? 2. Do you think that in the future we might work less? Why/ Why not? 3. Do you know anyone who's extremely passionate about his/ her job? 4. Experts predict many existing roles will be ...

FCE Speaking Part 4 b

FCE Speaking Part 4 b

Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate: 1. Why do you think charities are important? 2. Have you ever donated any money for a charity? Which one? 3. Some people claim that only a small portion of our donation goes to people who really need it the rest is spent on red tape and bureaucracy. Do ...

FCE Speaking Part 4 a

FCE Speaking Part 4 a

Use the following questions, in order, as appropriate: 1. How safe do you think it is to talk to people on-line and later meet them in real life? 2. Why do you think people feel lonely in big cities, such as London or Moscow? 3. Only men can have friends for life. Do you agree? 4. Do you have any friends ...

FCE Speaking Part 1 F

FCE Speaking Part 1 F

Part 1 ( 2 minutes) The examiner will ask you questions about your life, focusing on areas such as daily life, leisure, work, future plans, holidays, likes and disl ikes. The examiner addresses each of the candidate in turn and does not invite you to talk to each other, though you may do so if you wish. This is a ...