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In 2020, changes will be made to the A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools exams.

I’m planning to write a series of posts to focus on the new and revised tasks, as I’ve been preparing training sessions on them and have some suggestions as to how to prepare students to do well in them.

In this first post, I’m going to break down Part 2 of the Speaking Test.  This part has changed, and no longer involves asking and answering questions to share factual information about a place or an event.

From 2020, this part of the Speaking Test will have two phases.

In the Phase 1, candidates are given some pictures on a topic and asked to discuss them.  The pictures could be of activities, places or things.

Let’s look at the instructions and the pictures from the 2020 A2 Key for Schools Handbook, available here.

The interlocutor, who conducts the interview, will start by giving the candidates the pictures they will talk about.

In this example, the candidates look at pictures of different hobbies.

They have to say if they like or don’t like the hobbies in the pictures and also say why they like or don’t like each hobby.

These are the pictures that the candidates see:

Tip: They should keep talking till the interlocutor stops them.  (between 1 and 2 minutes).

Next, the interlocutor will ask each candidate one or more questions related to the theme (in this case, hobbies).

At the end of Phase 1, the interlocutor will ask which hobby/place/thing each candidate likes best.

After Phase 1 has finished, the interlocutor will take back the booklet with the pictures.

Phase 2

Next, in Phase 2, which lasts up to 2 minutes, the interlocutor asks each candidate two more questions on the same theme.

Possible topics include activities and places relating to daily life (school, free time, transport, towns and cities, holidays).

Tip:  For ideas and lexis that your students should be familiar with, download the A2 Key Vocabulary List, also available from the 2020 website.

Topics on the List include Clothes, Education and Media, Food and Drink, Hobbies and Leisure, House and Home and others.

Tip:  Make sure your students are familiar with the wordlist, as these words will be tested on the different parts of the A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools exams.

Ielts Speaking Part 2 Topics &Amp; Questions / 2023

A list of common topics and questions for IELTS speaking part 2. Speaking part 2 is called:

“The Talk”

A face to face to talk to the examiner (3-4 minutes)

You will be given a topic card. You will have 1 minute to prepare your talk and then you will need to speak for 1-2 minutes. Start preparing as soon as you are given the card, paper and pen. The examiner will let you know when to start talking. Keep talking as long as you can. Most topics are stories about yourself or something that happened in your life. 

Art

Describe a piece of art you like.

You should say:

what the work of art is

when you first saw it

what you know about it

and explain why you like it.

Book

Describe a book you have recently read.

You should say:

what kind of book it is

what it is about

what sort of people would enjoy it

and explain why you liked it.

Communication

You should say:

when this happened

Daily Routine

Describe a time of the day you like.

You should say:

what time of day it is

what you do at that time

who you are usually with

and explain why you like it.

Exercise

Describe an exercise you know.

You should say:

what it is

how it is done

when you first tried it

what kind of people it is suitable for

and explain why you think it is a good exercise.

Family

Describe a member of the your family you get on well with.

You should say:

who it is

what relationship you have to that person

what that person is like

what you do together

and explain why you get on so well.

Gift

Describe a gift you recently gave to someone.

You should say:

who you gave it to

what kind of person he/she is

what the gift was

what occasion the gift was for

and explain why you chose that gift.

Hobby

Describe an interesting hobby.

You should say:

what it is

what kind of people do it

how it is done

and explain why you think it is interesting.

Internet

Describe a useful website.

You should say:

what it is

how often you visit it

what kind of site it is

what kind of information it offers

and explain why you think it is useful.

Journey

Describe a journey that didn’t go as planned.

You should say:

where you were going

how you were travelling

who you were with

what went wrong

and explain what you would do differently.

Kindness

Describe a person you know who is kind.

You should say:

who it is

how you know this person

what sort of person he/she is

and explain why you think they are kind.

Language

Describe a language you have learned.

You should say:

what it is

when you started learning

how you learned it

what was difficult about it

and why you decided to learn that language.

Music

Describe a song you like.

You should say:

what kind of song it is

what the song is about

when you first heard it

and explain why you like it.

News

Describe some good news you recently received.

You should say:

what the news was

how you received the news

who gave it to you

and explain why this was good news.

Old people

Describe an old person you know.

You should say:

who this person is

how old he/she is

what this person is like

and explain why you like this person.

Photograph

Describe a photograph you like.

You should say:

what can be seen in the photo

when it was taken

who took it

and explain why you like it.

Respect

Describe someone you respect.

You should say:

who the person is

how you know about this person

what this person does

what this person is like

and explain why you respect this person.

Sport

Describe a sports you would like to learn.

You should say:

what it is

what equipment is needed for it

how you would learn it

and explain why you would like to learn this sport.

Travel

Describe a place you have recently visited.

You should say:

where you went

who you went with

how you got there

and explain why you enjoyed it.

Unexpected

Describe an unexpected event.

You should say:

what it was

when it happened

who was there

why it was unexpected

and explain why you enjoyed it.

Vocation

Describe a vocation you think is useful to society.

You should say:

what it is

what it involves

what kind of people usually do this work

and explain why you think it is useful to society.

Water

Describe a place near water.

You should say:

where it is

how you get there

how often you do there

what you can do there

and explain why you like it.

Your Favourite Shop

Describe your favourite shop.

You should say:

where it is

how often you go there

what it sells

and explain why you think it is a good shop.

Zoo

Describe a place with animals.

You should say:

where it is

how you heard of it

what animals can be seen

and explain why it might be an interesting place to visit.

More IELTS Speaking Topics

Topics and questions for speaking part 1 and speaking part 2.

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topics & Questions

IELTS Speaking Part 3 Topics & Questions

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Cambridge Key English Test 2 / 2023

Trong thời đại toàn cầu hóa, hội nhập hóa như ngày nay, việc giỏi ngoại ngữ là một lợi thế quan trọng trên chặng đường phát triển bản thân. Chính vì vậy, không có gì khó hiểu khi tiếng Anh trở thành một trong những môn học bắt buộc trong chương trình giáo dục hiện nay của nước ta. Tuy nhiên, việc tìm kiếm một lộ trình học tốt cùng những cuốn sách chất lượng lại là vấn đề nhiều người băn khoăn. Cambridge Key English Test là bộ sách học tiếng Anh hàng đầu được rất nhiều giáo viên và học viên đánh giá cao. Điều gì đã làm nên sức cuốn hút cho bộ sách này?

Nội dung cuốn Cambridge Key English Test là gì?

Cambridge Key English Test hay còn được biết đến với cái tên thân thuộc là chứng chỉ Cambridge English Test là bộ giáo trình nổi tiếng giúp ôn tập và kiểm tra trình độ tiếng Anh một cách toàn diện. Bộ sách gồm 7 cuốn, bao gồm ebook và audio giúp người học tìm hiểu các kỹ năng giao tiếp cơ bản trong cuộc sống hằng ngày là nghe-nói-đọc-viết. Ngoài ra, cuốn sách sẽ giúp bạn kiểm tra trình độ tiếng anh để xác định chính xác mục tiêu học tập và củng cố, nâng cao kiến thức phục vụ cho những ai có nhu cầu chinh phục kì thi KET.

Ai nên đọc cuốn Cambridge Key English Test?

Bí quyết đọc Cambridge English Test hiệu quả

Sử dụng bộ sách theo thứ tự level, đi từ thấp đến cao, tránh bỏ bước làm ảnh hưởng đến quá trình tiếp thu kiến thức.

Nắm chắc chắn kiến thức và hoàn thành trọn vẹn mỗi cuốn sách rồi hẵn học tiếp những cấp độ sau

Luyện tập thuần thục cả 4 kĩ năng, tránh việc học lệch hoặc bỏ dỡ kĩ năng vì nghe, nói, đọc, viết là sự kết hợp hài hòa, không thể bỏ bất kì kĩ năng nào

Trau dồi kiến thức kĩ năng đọc, viết và thường xuyên thực hành kĩ năng nghe, nói.

Nên tham khảo địa chỉ mua Cambridge English Test để học ở đâu?

Vì hiểu rõ tầm quan trọng của ngoại ngữ mà thị trường sách tiếng Anh ngày nay cũng vô cùng nhộn nhịp. Điều này đã giải thích một phần tại sao có rất nhiều sách ngoại ngữ giả, sách lậu, khiến kiến thức bị sai lệch, mờ nhòe,… gây ảnh hưởng nghiệm trọng đến chất lượng học tập của người học. Do đó, hãy là những người tiêu dùng thông minh khi lựa chọn những cơ sở kinh doanh sách hợp pháp, uy tín và chất lượng trên thị trường được nhiều độc giả đánh giá cao như hệ thống nhà sách Nguyễn Văn Cừ, nhà sách Nhã Nam, hiệu sách Siêu Mọt Sách, nhà sách Fahasa,… để tìm mua bộ sách Cambridge Key English Test.

Ielts Speaking Part 3 Topics / 2023

Below is a list of common topics in IELTS speaking part 3. Speaking part 3 is:

A discussion with the examiner (4-5 minutes)

In speaking part 3, the examiner will ask a broader range of questions based on the topic that you had in speaking part 2. The questions require you to expand your answers further with explanation and examples of the world in general. The examiner will strictly control the time.

IELTS Speaking Part 3 Topics & Questions

Art

What kind of art do you enjoy?

What are the tradition art forms in your country?

What makes a good painting?

Do you think children should study art at school?

How can children benefit from learning art?

How has art changed in the last few decades in your country?

Clothes

Can clothing tell you much about a person?

Why do some companies ask their staff to wear uniforms?

When do people wear traditional clothing in your country?

How have clothes fashions change in your country over the last few decades?

What is the difference between clothes that young people and old people like to wear?

Education

What makes a good student?

What role should the teacher have in the classroom?

Do you think computers will one day replace teachers in the classroom?

How has teaching changed in your country in the last few decades?

What is the difference between the way children learn and the way adults learn?

How can a teacher make lessons for children more interesting?

Family

Is family important in your country?

How has the size of the family changed in the last few decades in your country?

How do you think the family will change in the future?

What role do grandparents play in the family in your country?

Who do you think should be responsible for the care of the elderly, the family or the government?

Food

Do you think diet is important?

What is a balanced diet?

What is the typical diet of people in your country?

Do many people eat in restaurants in your country?

Why do some people enjoy eating out?

What’s the difference between restaurant food and home cooked food?

Health

How can people improve their health?

Do elderly people do much exercise in your country?

Do you think all illness can be prevented?

Do you think there will be less illness in the future?

Do you think health care should be free?

What makes a good doctor?

Internet

Do most people have a computer at home in your country?

Do you think all information on the internet is true?

How can people find reliable information on the internet?

How has the internet changed the way we live?

How has the internet changed the way we work?

Do you think the internet is safe for children to use unsupervised?

Media & News

Do you believe everything you read in the newspapers?

How do most people get their news in your country?

How do you think people will get their news in the future?

How has TV changed our lives?

Do you think TV influences the way we think?

Should children be allowed to watch a lot of TV?

Are all people on TV famous?

Do you think famous people have a responsibility to act as role models for the younger generation?

Nature

What are the main environmental problems in your country?

Why should people be concerned about the environment?

How can people protect the environment?

Do you think money should be spent on protecting animals?

Do you think more should be done to protect natural beauty spots in your country?

Society

What social problems are there in your country?

What can be done to alleviate poverty?

Are there many charities in your country?

What is the difference between major crime and minor crime?

Do you think all criminals should go to prison?

Why do so many people move to live in cities?

What problems does over population cause?

Travel

Why do some people prefer to travel abroad rather than in their own country?

Do you think traveling to another country can change the way people think?

Do you think it is good for children to experience life in a foreign country?

How have holidays changed over the past few decades?

Do you think it is safer to travel now than in the past?

Work

Do you think job satisfaction is more important than salary when choosing a job?

What skills do you think are needed to get a good job these days?

Do you think women should be able to do all the same jobs that men do?

How has technology changed the way we work?

What is the difference between white collar and blue collar jobs?

What jobs do you think are most valuable to society?

More IELTS Speaking Topics

Topics and questions for speaking part 1 and speaking part 2.

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topics & Questions

IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topics & Questions

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