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FCE Speaking Part 3

FCE Speaking part 3

FCE Speaking Part 3

Have you ever had a conversation with another non-native English person? That's all you have to do in part 3 of the FCE speaking exam. The only problem is, you don't know who this person will be. You have no idea of their level of English or how confident or shy they are. That's why you need a technique for this part of the exam. The examiners also want to hear specific words and phrases, so watch the video below to learn how to get high marks in the FCE speaking part 3. You need to register here or make sure you are logged in to watch this video.

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Speaking Sample Paper - go to page 5.
B2 First books
FCE Handbook for Teachers
Book Lessons

FCE Speaking Part 3 Tips

Here are some of the tips I mention in the video above and a couple of extras 😉

1. You should watch the video above and see typical example questions for this part of the exam.

2. You should create your own questions, similar to the ones in the video above.

3. Before the exam, use your sample questions, find a partner and then think of appropriate phrases to:

- Open new discussion topics.

- Express your opinions.

- Justify your opinions.

- Ask your partner(s) their opinion(s).

- Move on from discussion topics.

FCE Speaking Part 3 Homework

    1. Create your own part 3 question with prompts.
    2. Find someone to answer the question with.
    3. Film your discussion on your phone and send it to questions@studentlanguages.com

If I have time, I will watch your video and give you feedback. FUN FUN FUN 🙂

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