C3. STUDENT CARD


C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-2 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. Three times a week you go to the swimming pool. One of your classmates Dan/Denise missed it yesterday. You meet him/her on campus.
•Find out why he/she missed the swimming session.
•Answer his/her question(s) about the most important holidays in Russia.
•Answer the question(s) about places of interest in Russia.
•Accept your classmate's invitation.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2 -1(2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. You've got two tickets to a theatre performance tonight but unfortunately you are busy and can't go there. You meet your classmate Kevin/Kate on campus.
•Offer your classmate the tickets.
•Answer his/her question(s) about art and cultural life in Russia.
•Answer the question(s) about TV.
•Accept your classmate's invitation.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-3 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. You are taking a three-week language course there. It's Sunday but you have to go to the library. You are surprised to see your classmate Mike/Mary there.
•Find out what he/she is doing in the library on Sunday.
•Answer his/her question(s) about your exams in your school in Russia.
•Answer the question(s) about after-classes activities in your school.
•Agree to fulfill your classmate's request.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate. Remember to
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-4 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. Your classmate's parents have invited you to spend the weekend at their house in the countryside. You need to make a local telephone call to reserve a train ticket but you can't do it as your
phone battery is flat. You see another classmate, Ben/Brenda, in the school corridor.
•Ask your classmate's permission to use his/her phone, explain what for.
•Answer his/her question(s) about how you usually spend weekends in Russia and what you do to relax.
•Answer the question(s) about what ecological problems worry people in Russia.
•Accept your classmate's suggestion.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-5 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. You are taking a three-week language course there. You meet your classmate Nick/Nora on campus. He/she is wearing a nice new jacket.
•Find out where he/she bought his/her new jacket.
•Answer his/her question(s) about clothes you like wearing.
•Answer the question(s) about school uniform.
•Reject any invitation for the rest of the day.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to:
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-6 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school. Your classmate has just returned from Great Britain. You meet your classmate Jim/Jane on campus. He/she looks great and happy.
•Find out where he/she has been.
•Ask your classmate about what he/she was impressed by most of all.
•Answer the question(s) about the means of transport for you travelling
•Reject the invitation to go to London this year.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to:
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3. STUDENT CARD
Task 2-7 (2—3 minutes)
You play the part of a student in an international school language school. The course is about to finish and you want to make a PowerPoint presentation about your group. You need to take some photos in class but you don’t have a camera. On campus you see your classmate Barbara/Bob who has a very good camera.
Ask your classmate to lend you her/his camera.
Answer your classmate’s questions about your school day in Russia.
Answer the questions about how young peReject the invitation to go to the cafeteria. Give an excuse.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to:
•cover all four aspects of the task
•be active and polite
C3 STUDENT CARD
Task 2 -8 (2–3 minutes)
You play the part of an exchange student in an international school in Malta. You come to your classmate Anna/Andrew to borrow her/his Grammar Book. You need it to write an essay on a British tourist attraction.
Ask for the Grammar Book and explain what you need it for.
Answer your classmate's questions about the attraction you are going to write about.
Do not accept any suggestions for the day as you want to start writing the essay as soon as possible.
Invite you classmate to see a new film tomorrow.
You begin the conversation. The examiner will play the part of your classmate.
Remember to
mention all the four aspects of the task
be active and politeC3 STUDENT CARD
Task 2 -9 (2–3 minutes)
You are staying in London with a group of other students. You would like to buy a book about London for your parents. They are interested in architecture. You’ve only got £20. Before making a decision
 
Ask the shop assistant what books they have about London.
Find out whether the books have information about architecture of the city.
Ask about the price of the books.
Do not accept any suggestions of the shop assistant as you have some. 
You begin the conversation. The teacher will play the part of the shop assistant.
 Remember to
mention all the four aspects of the task
be active and polite

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