BULATS- Speaking Part One

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Advanced
Grammar Topic: General
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Published: 8th Feb 2011

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BULATS Speaking Part One script and practice

Ask your partner the questions below, sticking exactly to the wording in the script

Good morning. Come in. Take a seat please. My name’s _____________ and I’m your 
examiner today. Can I check your ID, please?
____________________________________________________
Thank you. And what would you like me to call you?
____________________________________________________
I’d like to start by asking you some questions about yourself. Is that okay?
______________________________________________________
Do you live near here?
______________________________________________________
Are you working, or are you a student?
______________________________________________________
So, I’d like to ask you about your job. What is your typical working day like?
______________________________________________________
And do you enjoy your job? 
______________________________________________________
(Why makes you say that?)
______________________________________________________
Is this your first job?
______________________________________________________
And what would you like to do in the future?
______________________________________________________
Let’s move on and talk about your free time and hobbies. How do you usually spend your 
weekends?
______________________________________________________
Do you have any plans for this weekend?
______________________________________________________
How did you use to spend your weekends when you were a child?
______________________________________________________

How could you ask exactly the same questions with different language?

Switch roles and do it again, but using different language to ask the same questions.

Switch roles again, but this time asking past, present and future questions about travel  
and language study. 

Do it one last time, but about two topics that you haven’t yet talked about. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

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