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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 5495 Topic

Instructions and Help about Are Form 5495 Topic

Hello and a big welcome from British Life Skills. You're about to watch a short explanatory video for Graded Examinations in Spoken English (GES) Grade 5. The aim of this video is to explain what the GES Grade 5 exam is, how long it is, and what you can expect in the exam. In the GES Grade 5 exam, it is a speech-only exam, which means you will have to do some writing before the exam. Make sure to bring your ID with you on the day of the exam. The exam itself lasts for 10 minutes. On the day of the exam, you will have two conversations with the examiner. The first conversation will be about a topic you have prepared beforehand. The second conversation will be about one of the following topics: festivals, means of transport, special occasions (such as birthday celebrations), entertainment (such as cinema, television, clubs, music), or recent personal experiences. To prepare for the first conversation, choose a topic that you're interested in, but make sure it doesn't overlap with the subjects discussed during the second conversation. For example, if you choose "my family" as a topic, the language you use may be too basic for a Grade 5 level. Use the topic document provided to make notes on the ideas you want to discuss with the examiner. Remember to download and print out the topic document, and bring it with you on the day of your exam. Also, don't forget to ask the examiner a question about your chosen topic. For the second conversation, the examiner will choose two subjects from the list of festivals, means of transport, entertainment, recent personal experiences, special occasions, and music. To prepare for this conversation, assume the examiner has chosen "entertainment" as the topic. Entertainment could refer to watching films, sports...