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Exam interview scripts

The following pages give a clear picture of what a complete interview looks like.

Remember that your interview might be slightly different to these because the number of questions asked will depend on the length of your answers.

This section is only intended to give you a full picture of what the whole interview looks like on paper. For the first example there are suggestions of what type of answer structure to use.

Interview 1

Good afternoon, my name is... Can you tell me your full name please?

OK, can I see your ID card please?

In this first part like to ask you some questions about yourself. So first of all letís talk about where you live. Do you live in a house or a fat? (Simple direct answer)

Tell me the good things about your house or flat. (Use Part One "Liking" structure)

Is there anything you donít like about it? (Use Part One "Disliking" structure)

Do you think you will move to another area in the future? (Use Part One "Would" structure)

Now letís move on to talking about reading. Do you like reading? (Use Part One "Liking" structure)

How often do you read? (Use Part One "It depends" structure)

Where do you normally read? (Use Part One "It depends" structure)

What types of books are popular in your country nowadays? (Use Part One "Types of" structure)

Letís talk about music now. What types of music do you like listening to? (Why?) (Use a mix of Part One "Types of" and "Liking" structures)

How much time do you spend listening to music? (Use Part One "It depends" structure)

Where do you usually listen to music? (Use Part One "It depends" structure)

OK, now Iím going to give you a topic and like you to talk about it for one to two minutes. Before you talk youíll have one to two minutes to think about what you are going to say and you can make some notes if you wish, do you understand?

Iíd like you to describe the type of clothes you like wearing. (One minute preparation)

OK, so remember you have one to two minutes for this, so donít worry if I stop you. Iíll tell you when the time is up... Can you start speaking now please?

Topic Card

Describe the type of clothes you like wearing.

You should say:

What kind of clothes you usually like to wear

Why you like these clothes

Where you buy them

Whether these clothes are popular in your country.

OK, weíve been talking about clothes that you wear and now like to discuss with you one or two more general questions related to this. So first of all letís consider clothes and fashion. Do men and women have different ideas about fashion? (Use Part Three "Comparing" structure)

Why do teenagers like to follow fashion? (Use Part Three "Why" structure)

What are the disadvantages of following fashion? (Use Part Three "Disadvantages" structure)

OK, now letís move on to talk about uniforms. Why do some companies prefer their staff to wear uniforms? (Use Part Three "Why" structure)



Interview 2

Good afternoon, my name is... Can you tell me your full name please?

OK. can I see your ID card please?

In this first part Iíd like to ask you some questions about yourself. So first of all letís talk about where you live. Tell me about the area that you live in. What do you like about the area? Is there anything you don't like about the area? Do you think you will continue to live in this place for a long time?

Now letís move on to talk about films. How often do you watch films? What types of films do you like watching? Do you prefer watching films alone or with someone else? Is it better watching films at home or in the cinema?

Letís talk about birthdays now. Do you usually spend your birthday with your friends or with your family? What do children generally do on their birthdays in China? Are birthdays important? What is the most important birthday or age which is celebrated in China?

OK, now I'm going to give you a topic and Iíd like you to talk about it for one to two minutes. Before you talk youíll have one to two minutes to think about what you are going to say and you can make some notes if you wish, do you understand?

Iíd like you to describe some help which you received in the past. (One minute preparation)

OK, so remember you have one to two minutes for this so donít worry if I stop you. Iíll tell you when the time is up... Can you start speaking now please?

Topic Card

Describe the help which you received in the past.

You should say:

What type of help you received

Who helped you

Why you needed this help

How you felt after you received this help.

OK, weíve been talking about the help you received in the past and now Iíd like to discuss with you one or two more general questions related to this. So first of all letís consider different kinds of help. Generally, what kinds of help do people often need in their lives?

Do you think, in general, society is helpful?

Do you think people were more helpful in the past than they are nowadays?

What kinds of help will people need in the future?


Interview 3

Good afternoon, my name is... Can you tell me your full name please?

OK, can I see your ID card please?

In this first Part Iíd like to ask you some questions about yourself. So first of all letís talk about what you do. Do you work or are you a student?

What are you studying?

Why did you choose this college / university?

Whatís good about where youíre studying?

What would you like to do after your studies?

Let's move on to talk about collecting things. Have you ever collected anything?

What things do people collect in your country?

Why do people like collecting things?

Would you like to start collecting something new in the future?

Now letís talk about weather. Whatís the weather like where you live?

What do you do when the weather is bad?

What type of weather do you like best?

Would you like to have that type of weather all year round?

OK, now going to give you a topic and Iíd like you to talk about it for one to two minutes. Before you talk have one to two minutes to think about what you are going to say and you can make some notes if you wish, do you understand?

Iíd like you to describe your childhood home. (One minute preparation)

OK, so remember you have one to two minutes for this, so don't worry if I stop you. I'll tell you when the time is upÖ Can you start speaking now please?

Topic Card

Describe your childhood home.

You should say:

Where this place is located

What type of house it is

How long you lived there

What you liked about this place.

OK, weíve been talking about your childhood home and now Iíd like to discuss with you one or two more general questions related to this. So first of all letís consider different kinds of houses. Are houses nowadays different to houses in the past?

What kinds of houses will be common in the future?

What are the advantages of living in an old house?

Why do some people like to move to a different home?


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