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- June 21, 2018 at 8:00 pm #24267abhinav
I had my speaking test today. My examiner was a very friendly lady and was constantly nodding and smiling which made me quite comfortable during the test.
21 June, 2018
New Delhi, India
What is your name?
What can i call you?
Where do you live?
Can i see your passport?
Q1-Do you live in an apartment or a house?
Q2-What’s your favorite room?
Q3-Why do you like it?
Q4-Do you plan on changing your accommodation in future?
Q5-When you go out, where do you like to go?
Q6-Do you like to go out alone or with someone?
Q7-When you go out in a group, do you like to go in a large or a small group?
Q8- You like spending time with your friends or your family?
Q9-How do you like to spend time with them?
Q10-Which place would you like to explore in future?
Talk about a mathematics skill you learned in primary/elementary class.
– followup question
Q11- Do you like maths now?
Q12- How can adults benefit from these skills?
Q13-What can Government do to teach maths to adults?
Q14-Which one is more important , mathematics or handwriting?
Q15-Do you think computers will make learning maths less useful?
Q16-You think computers will take over humans ever?
I answered all these questions promptly, didn’t fumble, gave elaborated answers almost everywhere and in round 2, i even spoke for 2 minutes without halting in between.
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