In this part of the test I’m going to give each of you three photographs. I would like you to talk about your photographs on your own for about a minute and also answer a question about your partner’s photographs.
(Candidate A) It’s your turn first. Here are your photos. They show people waiting for something. I would like you to compare and contrast two of the photographs and say what you think the people are waiting for and how they may be feeling.
(Candidate B) Which of these people do you think looks most impatient?
(Candidate B) It’s your turn now. Your photographs show people with animals. I would like you to compare and contrast two of the photographs and say what you think the relationship between the people and the animals is and how the people may be feeling.
(Candidate A) Who do you think has the closest connection to an animal?
Now I would like you to talk about something together for about 2 minutes. Here are some situations where people need to take precautions. First you have some time to look at the task.
Now talk to each other about why people need to take precautions in these situations.
Now you have a minute to decide for which situation precautions are most important.
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