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

Instructions and Help about Which Form 5495 Topic

Hello, my name is Andrew. Today we're going to talk about some of the speaking topics that you might come across in the B1 level 3 exam. Most people take the B1 level 3 exam for citizenship or naturalization, or for other types of visas. Just to explain, the B1 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages states that users of the language can understand the main points on familiar matters regarding work, school, hobbies, family, and the weather. B1 users can deal with most situations in day-to-day life and they can produce simple connected texts on topics that are familiar to them. They can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions, and give reasons and explanations for their opinions. Some of the topics you're likely to come across in a B1 speaking exam are family and friends, your home, work and school, likes and dislikes, hobbies, and perhaps the weather. If we go through family and friends, I'll mention some of the questions you're likely to be asked and how to give a good answer. These answers that I'm going to give are specific to me and you should just use them as a guide to answer your own questions. You shouldn't just give one-word answers and you should try to expand on the question through the answer, giving as much detail as you can. For example, if the question is "Are you married?", your answer might be "Yes, I am married. My wife's name is Emily. She is 25 years old and she works at a hotel. We have been married for around one year now." So you go beyond just saying yes or no. Another common question would be "Tell me about your family." A good answer for this would be "I have my wife, but...