B2 First Speaking Test Part 1 Exercise 1

Share this

This is our first exercise for the B2 First Speaking Test Part 1 set at an Upper Intermediate Level of English where the examiner asks question about yourself and your life.

speaking part 1

The examiners’ aim is to create a friendly atmosphere , so smile and don’t be nervous.

B2 First Speaking Test Part 1 Exercise 1

This is B2 First Speaking Test Part 1 Exercise 1, choose the tabs to complete all the tasks.

Instructions

  1. Complete the quiz to practice useful language to use in Part 1.
  2. Listening carefully to the answers for four questions and then write what is said in the space provided.
  3. Record your voice and then download the file to share with your English teacher or a friend who speaks English well to get some valuable feedback for the B2 First Speaking Test Part 1.

You will hear four responses to the following questions:

  1. What is your name?
  2. Where are you from?
  3. What do like about living there?
  4. What do you like doing at the weekend?

Make sure you use the correct punctuation in your answers.

More exercises available:

B2 First Speaking and Listening Section

In this part you talk to the examiner about yourself and your life, e.g. your name, school, interests and future plans.

In this part you talk about two photos on your own which you have to compare. You will also be asked a short question about your partner's photos.

In this part you express ideas with your partner by looking at a discussion point that the examiner gives you.

This will be available soon.

In this part, you focus on general aspects of a topic with the examiner or you may involve your partner.

This will be available soon.

In this part, you will hear people talking in eight different situations.

In this part, you will hear someone being interviewed.

In this part, you will hear five people talking about different things.

In this part, you will hear an interview.

B2 First Use of English and Reading Section

For this part, you practice vocabulary word-building by changing different words using a base word.

For this part, you practice how to understand the details of a text, including opinions and attitudes.

For this part, you practice how to understand the structure and follow the development of a text.

For this part, you practice how to find specific information in a text or texts.

B2 First Writing Section