TOEFL® Speaking Practice

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In this question, you'll speak about a familiar topic. Your response will be scored on your ability to speak clearly and coherently about the topics. You'll have 15 seconds to prepare your answer and 45 seconds to speak.

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You will need to accomplish an assignment for a presentation. Which one will you choose? (1) Act out a scene from a play (with a partner) (2) Explain your review of a novel you recently read (3) Read a selection of poem

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You will need to accomplish an assignment for a presentation. Which one will you choose? (1) Act out a scene from a play (with a partner) (2) Explain your review of a novel you recently read (3) Read a selection of poem

You will need to accomplish an assignment for a presentation. Which one will you choose? (1) Act out a scene from a play (with a partner) (2) Explain your review of a novel you recently read (3) Read a selection of poem

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If I needed to complete an assignment for a presentation, I would choose to act out a scene from a play with a partner. To begin, I get quite nervous being on stage, or even in front of the classroom by myself. For this reason, I know I would feel much more comfortable giving a presentation with a fellow classmate, rather than solo. Second, I think that acting out a scene would be easiest, because it would already be written and I wouldn’t have to complete too much work. If I can get through an assignment without doing a ton of work, I will jump on the opportunity. For these two reasons, I would choose to act out a scene from a play, rather than explain a novel or read a selection of a poem.


 

You will need to accomplish an assignment for a presentation. Which one will you choose? (1) Act out a scene from a play (with a partner) (2) Explain your review of a novel you recently read (3) Read a selection of poem

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