Cambridge ESOL – Speaking and listening exam Entry 3
The 4 parts of the exam
1a – Candidates are asked for their name, spelling, where they are from and how long they have lived in the UK. They then ask each other some questions about a topic.
1b – Each candidate talks about a topic for about 1½ minutes. They have 1 minute to think about what they want to say. Their partner then asks them 3 questions about what they have said.
2a – Candidates listen to 2 recordings and answer a multiple choice question about one recording. They then listen again and answer 2 questions about one of the recordings.
2b – Candidates talk together to plan an activity together for about 2 minutes. After this, the candidates then have a discussion about a topic for 3 to 4 minutes.
The following practice papers are from the Cambridge ESOL website: