What’s in Part 2?
The examiner gives the student a pair of photographs to talk about and they have to speak for 1 minute without interruption. The questions about the photographs are written at the top of the page to remind the student what they should talk about. When they have finished speaking, the student’s partner then has to answer a short question from the examiner about their photographs.
What do students have to practise?
Talking on their own about something: comparing, describing, expressing opinions.
How long does each student have to speak?
1 minute per candidate, plus a 30-second response
Tapescript w/ pictures (Part 2)
Comparing and Contrasting photos slideshare.net/DavidMainwood/compare-and-contrast-photos
Exam Simulation (Part 2) w/ useful expressions/phrases)