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So, you've done all the preparation and practiced your English a lot, and now you want to know what you can do during the exam.
Here are five tips to help you get the best mark in your next speaking exam.
Number one: Remember, it's not a race, so slow down!
Before you speak, think carefully about what you want to say and speak a little slower than normal.
Number two: If you don't understand the question or the activity, don't worry.
Ask the examiner to explain it again.
You can say something like, "Could you repeat that, please?"
Number three: When you're asked a question, don't just say "yes" or "no" as your answer.
The examiner wants to know how good your English is!
So, try to explain your answer with a reason.
Say 'Yes, I agree because ...' or 'No, I don't think so, because …'
Number four: Look at the examiner's or other students' faces and eyes when you speak.
Faces can tell you a lot!
If you see that the examiner or your partner don't understand you, then say it again using different words.
And finally number five: Speak clearly so that the examiner can hear you.
If you find this difficult, practice with a friend at home.
Stand at opposite ends of a room and speak to each other in English.
Or speak to each other in English online or on the phone.
OK, so these are our top five tips, but just one final piece of advice.
Your teacher or examiner are only human, and usually they will really want you to do well.
So, take a deep breath, smile, relax and good luck with your next speaking exam!
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英文口試超緊張?這五件事一定不能忘 (Five tips to help you during your speaking exam)

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Jessieeee 發佈於 2019 年 6 月 28 日    Jessieeee 翻譯    Evangeline 審核
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