Preguntas de la parte 4 del FCE

January 8, 2018

 

 

 

 

¡Hola a todos! 

 

Año nuevo vida nueva, o al menos eso dicen. ¿Y si nos volvemos a poner full of beans (a tope) con nuestra preparación para el examen del FCE? En posts anteriores hemos hablado de cómo enfocar varias partes del examen, pero todavía no hemos hablado de cómo preparar la parte 4 del speaking, la última parte del examen. 

 

Pues bien, se trata de un ejercicio de interacción sobre un tema relacionado con el apartado anterior, es decir la parte 3. En esta parte del examen los candidatos se deben guiar por las indicaciones del esquema. Aquí os dejo con un ejemplo. 

 

 

 

 

En cambio, en la parte 4, que es la parte que analizaremos en este post, los candidatos hablarán sobre un tema relacionado con el esquema anterior, pero con más libertad y guiados por las preguntas que hagan los examinadores. Por ejemplo, basándonos en el ejemplo anterior, los examinadores podrían preguntar: 

 

  • What kind of tourism do you have in your country? 

  • Do you like traveling? 

  • Do you try traditional dishes of the country you are visiting when you go on a trip? 

  • Do you prefer traveling to places by train or by plane? 

 

Os dejo una lista de preguntas que he sacado de varios tests del FCE, para que tengáis una orientación de lo que pueden preguntar. Además, yo os recomiendo que os las preparéis a conciencia. No se trata de memorizarlas, puesto que pueden salir preguntas distintas, pero sí de prepararos para ese día saber enfocar mejor este ejercicio. 

 

  • Do you like to eat in restaurants? 

  • What differences are there between what young people and older people like to eat? 

  • Do you think we should try to eat food that is produced locally? 

  • Which food or drinks do you think are unhealthy? 

  • Some people say we eat too much these days. What do you think?

  • Which of your country’s meals would you miss most if you were abroad?

  • What do young people gain from experience of going on adventure holidays? 

  • Why do some people enjoy going camping in the countryside? 

  • Do you think that visitors to the countryside damage the environment? 

  • At what age should young people be allowed to go on holiday without their parents?

  • What are the biggest dangers if you are walking in the mountains? 

  • Should people who take unnecessary risks in the countryside have to pay if they need to be rescued? 

  • When is the best time to go shopping? 

  • Is it better to go shopping alone or with friends? 

  • Do you think online shopping will eventually replace going to the shops? 

  • Which items do you think are best to buy second-hand? 

  • Some people say we too often buy things we don’t really need. What do you think? 

  • Do you think people should borrow money to buy things they want? 

  • What do you think is the most useful device that has been invented in the last 20 years?

  • Do you think modern technology reduces or increases stress? 

  • Which jobs do you think might be replaced by robots in the future? 

  • How have advances in technology changed the way people communicate with each other? 

  • Some people say that certain computer games are too violent. What do you think? 

  • What changes would you like to see science or technology make to the world? 

  • Why do you think people have hobbies? 

  • Which hobby would you like to take up? 

  • Which are the most popular hobbies in your country? 

  • Why do you think some people like to collect items? 

  • Some people say that nowadays we don’t have enough time for hobbies. What do you think? 

  • Do you think today’s young people have different hobbies from those of older generations?

  • Some people say advertising encourages us to buy things we don’t really need. 

  • Is it more enjoyable to watch a TV programme with advertising breaks, or without them? 

  • Do you think people are more likely to buy a product if a celebrity recommends it? 

  • Which is the best advertisement you have ever seen? 

  • Should firms be allowed to advertise to children? 

  • In your country, which type of products are advertised the most? 

 

 

Recordad que es muy importante utilizar conectores y expresiones idiomáticas. Intentad tener esto en cuenta cuando preparéis la parte del speaking. Además, en los ejercicios de interacción los examinadores valoran que la conversación fluya, por lo tanto ceded el turno a vuestro compañero utilizando alguna de estas preguntas ( Do you agree with me? What about you? What do you think?

 

 

Esto es todo por hoy, si tenéis cualquier duda let me know, 

 

¡Gracias!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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