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FCE (B2) AND CAE (C1) TRAVEL CONVERSATION QUESTIONS with KEY PHRASES IN PDF

Discuss these questions with a partner for about 2 minutes per question. Focus on giving your opinion and justifying why you think what you think based on personal experience or hypothetical situations.

It is important to remember that within a well constructed viewpoint, speakers should form an argument that is balanced. Though there is no correct or incorrect answer to discussion questions, candidates should talk about all sides of the argument to make sure they express themselves well.

 

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TRAVEL CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

  1. What can be learnt from spending an extended period of time living abroad?
  2. Should more funding be provided for young Europeans to live in the country of their choice?
  3. What do you like about speaking to people from different backgrounds?
  4. In which ways has the Erasmus programme helped to unify Europe?
  5. What might be the main benefit of spending time abroad during your childhood?
  6. To what extent is a person´s personality influenced by their language and culture?
  7. What can be the biggest challenges you face while travelling alone?
  8. What intrigues you most about learning about other cultures?
  9. How far would you agree with the opinion that travelling opens your mind?
  10. Would you recommend living abroad for one year to everyone?

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KEY PHRASES FOR SPEAKING:

 

FCE (B2 level)

I am under the impression that…

I hold the view that…

I am of the opinion that…

As far as I´m concerned…

The way I see it…

 

CAE (C1 level)

I suppose the first thing that comes to mind is…

I wouldn´t say that I have a great grasp of the topic, but…

It might be worth looking at…

Taking all of these factors into consideration…

It´s hard to generalize, but on balance…

So, in a nutshell…

What is by far the most important aspect of this is…

That may be true in certain respects, but…

Considering… might be a good idea.

 

Happy studying 🙂

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