GENERAL INFORMATION: the test consists of two parts A & B Part A: A general conversation with…

Autumn semester 2011
Module: LFR110
Date:

GENERAL INFORMATION: the test consists of two parts A & B
Part A: A general conversation with the lecturer based on the following topics

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  • You and your family
  • Your studies
  • Some French traditions & social characteristics ex: gifts, celebrations, weddings, life style
  • Your hobbies (likes and dislikes)
  • Holidays
  • Future projects

Duration: 2 to 4 minutes
Part B: A role-play with the lecturer chosen randomly out of 6.
Duration: 3 to 5 minutes
You will be assessed according to both, the use of oral language & content as per the following criteria:

  • Intelligibility of pronunciation
  • Spontaneity of speaking
  • Correctness of sentences
  • Correctness of Grammar
  • Richness of vocabulary
  • Intelligibility and coherence of ideas

Part 2: role-plays

Role Play 1 Phone conversation

The Lecturer: your friend
Your friend invites you to his/her birthday. You will not be able to go. Simulate the conversation.
Include the following information:

  • Greet her/him
  • Thank her/him for the invitation
  • Apologise for not coming
  • Mention what you are going to do on that day and why (travelling abroad to see your family, you are going to a pre-booked event…)
  • Ask her/him when they will be free
  • Invite them somewhere to celebrate their birthday
  • Close the phone call

Role Play 2 Planning a week-end in Lyon

The Lecturer: your friend
You are planning a week-end in Lyon for next Christmas (use the future tense).
You meet a friend and you tell him/her:

  • When you plan to go to Lyon
  • With whom you are going and for how long
  • By what mean of transport
  • Where you are going to stay
  • What you are going to do in Lyon (cultural activities, sport and shopping).

Role Play 3 Booking an appointment

The Lecturer: the secretary
You phone to your dentist to book an appointment. Play the phone conversation with the dentist’s secretary.
Here below is your timetable at Regent’s College:

February – 2012
Monday 15 Tuesday 16 Wednesday 17 Thursday 18 Friday 19
9h
10h
11h
12h
French (2h)
Finances (2h)
Media (2h)
Events management (2h)
IT skills (2h)
French (2h)
IT for Business (2h)
French (2h)
Trip abroad
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
Lunch
Accounting (2h)
Lunch
International Business (2h)
Sport (2h) Trip abroad

Role Play 4 Giving directions

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