Exámenes orales inglés
Exámenes orales inglés, ¿tienes alguno? Seguramente muchos de vosotr@s os vais a presentar a algún examen oral de inglés, bien en clases particulares, en alguna academia de idiomas, en la Escuela Oficial de Idiomas, o en cualquier otra institución. Bien, os voy a poner en esta entrada temas (monólogos) con los que podéis practicar vuestro speaking y os indicaré vocabulario relacionado que deberíais emplear ante estos exámenes orales.
Los temas son de nivel B1.
– Television and mass media
- Programmes: reality shows, gossip programes, documentaries, soap operas, cartoons, the news, weather forecast, sports programmes, music programmes, talk shows, dramas, sitcoms, series, serials, etc.)
- Advertising. Impact on people and children
- Newspapers (tabloid vs broadsheets, magazines, daily newspapers, etc.) Online newspapers
- Children and television. Violence and impact on children
- Positive aspects vs negative aspects
- Educational programmes on TV
- Different kinds of holidays: package holiday, camping, guided tours, cruises
- Favourite means of tranport for holidays: own car, plane, train, etc.
- People to go with: alone, family, friends, partner, etc.
- Your last holiday
- Your future holiday
- Rural tourism (relaxing, nature, sports) vs urban tourism (sightseeing, monuments, museums)
- Private education vs state education
- Past education vs today’s education
- Your school days: favourite subjets, teachers, school, uniform, etc.
- Technology in class: positive and negative aspects?
- Lack of money for grants?
- Sports you do and how often?
- Children and sports. Sedentary life? Present and past, difference?
- Your opinion on risky sports
- Footballers: do they earn too much money?
- The Olympic Games
- Describe your job. How long have you been doing it? What do you like about it?
- Your ideal job.
- Retirement age: the ideal age?
- Dangerous jobs.
- Your opinion on civil servants in Spain.
- How has technology changed the world?
- Past and present: comparison
- I couldn’t live without my mobile. Do you agree with this statement?
- E-books. Do you have one? Why (not)?
- Technology in education. Positive and negative aspects?
- Do children have too many gadgets?
- Social difference: rich and poor people?
- The economic crisis. How is it affecting society?
- What do you spend your money on?
- Todays’ salaries. Is it possible to save money?
- Charities. Do you give money to them? Why (not)?
- Shopping. Do you like it? Where do you like shopping?
- Money corrupts people. Do you agree?
– Music and books
- Music you like and your favourite singer/ band
- Your opinion on going to concerts
- Do you like reading? What do you normally read?
- Is reading good for children? Why (not)?
- The best book you’ve ever read
- A book you would never recommend
- Books made into films. Which do you prefer, the book or the film?
– Eating habits
- You are what you eat. Do you agree with this statement?
- Your favourite food.
- Do you like fast food? How often do you have it?
- Eating out, do you like it?
- Children and obesity.
- Organic food, too expensive?
– The environment
- What do you do to help the environment?
- Recycling. Do you recycle? What and how?
- Temperatures are rising more and more. What’s the cause?
- What can you do at home to save energy? –