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Preguntas de un speaking y frases útiles asociadas



En el artículo de hoy os voy a proponer algunas de las preguntas más típicas que se suelen hacer en los exámenes de speaking, en la primera parte, que suele se la introductoria. Esta suele ser la parte de "calentamiento" (to warm up), para quitarse los nervios y coger confianza.

He hecho una selección de preguntas típicas pero, obviamente, la variedad es tan grande que es imposible abarcarlas todas. Además, también os pongo frases útiles que se puede utilizar para responder a las preguntas. El resto es que lo practiquéis una y otra vez. Que construyáis y completéis las frases vosotros mismos. Que, a través de las preguntas, os contéis vuestra vida a vosotros mismos en voz alta. Si podéis practicar con alguien, mucho mejor!! 

El resultado que tenéis que buscar es que la respuesta os salga sin pensar. Cuando la respuesta os salga sin pensar, entonces es cuando estaréis empezando a pensar en inglés: lo habréis convertido en algo automático. Esto os dará fluidez y seguridad a la hora de hablar.

Questions
Useful language
Introductory questions

Where are you from?

What do you do here?

How long have you been studying English?

What do you most enjoy about learning English?

Born in; grow up in/near;
Be brought up in (place) by (people)
Small/quite a large/extended family

I've been working/studying at...since(+point in time
                                                         for(+length of time)

Actually, (+unexpected/surprising information) I've only been learning English for two years and....

What I really love about (-ing) is......
The thing I like most of all is....
Leisure time

What are your main interest and leisure time activities?

How important are sport and exercise in your life?

What types of TV programmes do you think are worth watching?

What kinds of music do you enjoy listening to?

I'm fanatical about...
I....whenever I can/get the chance....
I'm really keen on...
I never miss...
I love...
I can't stand....
Learning

What is you happiest memory of school?

What were the most useful things you learned at school?

What do you enjoy learning?

I you had the opportunity to learn something new, what would you choose?
I can remember (event) very well/clearly

Probably.../I suppose things like....

I really like (.../ing)

That's an easy/a difficult question to answer...but I think that....

Let me think....
Future plans

What do you hope to be doing this time next year?

How might you use your English in the future?

Would you consider living abroad permanently?

Are you someone who likes to plan for the future, or do you prefer to let things happen?
I hope to be(+ing) at (place)
I expect I'll be....(+ing

I'd certainly consider....(+ing) /I'd have to think carefully about.../It's not something I'd rush into.

I'm someone who..../I'm (not) the kind of person who....
Travel and holidays

What kinds of holiday appeal to you most? Why?

Which countries would you most like to visit? Why?

Which part/s of your country would you recommend to tourists? Why?

Would you like to work in the travel industry? Why (not)?
I (tend to) prefer....(mainly) because...
My main reason is that....
I've always wanted to.../I don't know/can't explain why.
I'd recommend/suggest....
Firstly, because...and secondly, because....
I've never thought about it. / I'm not sure...
I'd have to think about that....
Daily life

Which part of the day do you enjoy most? Why?

What do you like to do at weekends?

What do you do to relax?

Do you prefer to follow a routine or do you like to do something different every day?
I'm not very good/I'm best at/in (time of day).
I'm a night/early morning person.
I try to catch up on (activity); I spend time....-ing.
Mainly/Most of the time I....
My problem is I....
The thing about me is, I.....
I'd always rather (verb) than (verb).


Las preguntas y respuestas están orientadas a un tipo de examen avanzado, aunque son perfectamente útiles para cualquier nivel. De hecho, demostraréis de esta forma vuestro buen dominio de la lengua.

Algunos artículos relacionados con algo de la gramática que salen en las frases y que convendría que miráseis son los siguientes:



Añadiendo énfasis con las cleft sentences 

Diferencia entre las preposiciones for/since/during 

Expresiones en inglés para hablar de hechos pasados 
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