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TOEFL Speaking Question 2






Integrated Speaking Campus Related (Read, Listen, Explain):


First you will read a campus related article, bulletin or letter which presents two reasons for or against a proposal.

  • Identify exactly what the proposal is. If you don't have the facts straight you won't be able to speak about it.
  • Identify if the reading contains the reasons for or the reasons against the proposal.


Next you will listen to one or two speakers discussing the proposal with strong opinions for or against the proposal.

Key words to listen for include:

FOR "That absolutely makes sense to me."
FOR "That sounds good."
FOR "I totally agree."
   
AGAINST "That doesn't sound fair."
AGAINST "I don't like that at all."
AGAINST "It seems kind of strict, don't you think?"


Finally you will be asked a question about what you have read and heard. You must explain the situation and make a connection between the reading and the listening sections. You should NOT give your own opinion. Be sure to use simple, clear sentences that explain what the proposal is before you start talking about what the speakers said.



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