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In the second part of the CAE speaking test you are shown a set of pictures, and you will be asked to talk about them for approximately one minute. All of the pictures have a common idea, and you should try to find this. The person you are with will also be asked one or two short questions about the pictures. Then you and your partner will exchange roles.

Part A.

BOTH CANDIDATES: YESTERDAY & TODAY

1.1 1.2
2.1 2.2
3.1 3.2

Part B.

In this part of the CAE speaking test you are shown a single picture, and you will be asked to talk about it for approximately one minute. The person you are with will also be asked one or two short questions about the pictures. Then you and your partner will exchange roles.

EACH CANDIDATE: STATUES AND MEANING

A.HINT: When was this statue made? What is it made from? Why was it made - what does the sculptor want you to think when you look at it? Who is being shown? an old, person, a young person? Why is he dressed like this? Can you describe his clothing/ His expression? Where do you think you would find a statue like this/ do you like it?
B.HINT: When was this sculpture made? Do you like it? Do you find it is relaxing/annoying/ boring? Why? What is it made from? Are the shapes natural? What are they doing? Where are they looking? Is the stone rough/smooth? What is the woman wearing? Is this a family group? How can you tell? Where would you find a sculpture like this? Do you prefer classical or modern art?
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