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pages 48–52 QUESTION 11 Question 11  You will give your opinion about a topic.  15 seconds to prepare.  60 seconds to speak.  Say as much as you.

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2 pages 48–52 QUESTION 11

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4  You will give your opinion about a topic.  15 seconds to prepare.  60 seconds to speak.  Say as much as you can. Question 11

5  Opinion  “What is your opinion?”  Preference or Choice  “Would you rather/prefer …”  “Some believe …”  “Others believe …”  Agree / Disagree  Favor / Not favor  Support / Oppose  Hypothetical 가상  “If you could …?”  “You’ve just won a contest, and for your prize you can choose either a car or an airline ticket. Which would you choose?” Question 11

6  Which choice are you more passionate about?  Which one can you identify/relate to more?  Which one is an easier argument to make?  More logical to you  Choice that gives you more to talk about Question 11

7  Not choosing one side or the other  Choosing both arguments  Remember, you only have 15 seconds to prepare.  Choose one side and stick to it. Question 11

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9 Your opinionReason 1 Supporting information –explanation Reason 2 Supporting information –explanation Concluding statement Question 11

10  I think   In my opinion, …  As far as I’m concerned,...  From my point of view, …  From my perspective, …  It is clear to me that …  It appears to me that …  It seems to me that …  I am inclined to believe that …  I support the idea that…  I am in favor of the idea that … Question 11 

11  If you ask me,...  To be honest, …  Personally speaking, …  From what I gather, …  I (don’t) agree with the idea that …  I disagree …  I would argue that …  I oppose the opinion that…  I am against the opinion that … Question 11

12 Show contrast:  Consider the other viewpoint  Although …  Even though …  Some people may disagree with me, but as far as I’m concerned... Question 11

13 To what extent/degree:  Strongly / Completely / Absolutely / Totally  I am confident that … sure / certain / positive  I consider / assume / believe …  I suppose …  Somewhat / Partially Question 11

14  If you _______ me, it is better to live in cities than towns. tellbelievequestionask  __________ seems to me that parents are the best teachers. ThatItThisI Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

15 Choose the word that emphasizes that you really disagree.  I __________ disagree that money is the only way to define success. sort ofkind ofsomewhat stronglyalways Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

16  "I think" is an expression you should use as much as possible on the speaking test. truefalse  When you express your opinion, it is good to contrast it to the opinions of others. truefalse Question 11

17 Express contrasting opinion  Which of the answers is an example of this? a) Although some people may disagree, it appears to me that... b) Although some people agree, it appears to me that... Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

18  _____________ many people think that wearing school uniforms is a good idea, I hold the opposite opinion. FinallyDespiteBecause AlthoughSimilarly Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

19  As far as I'm _____________, physical exercise should be a mandatory part of every school day. inclinedassumebelieving concernedconsiderthinking Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

20  Which words are examples of showing the degree of certainty of your opinion when agreeing or disagreeing with a statement? a) although, however b) somewhat, strongly c) To be honest, personally speaking Question 11 Stand UP! Read the entire sentence

21 Your opinionReason 1 Supporting information –explanation Reason 2 Supporting information –explanation Concluding statement Question 11

22 Your opinionReason 1 Supporting information –explanation Supporting information –explanation Reason 2 Supporting information –explanation Supporting information –explanation Concluding statement Question 11

23  The main reason is that …  First of all, …  In addition, … / Additionally, …  On top of that  Secondly, …  Moreover, …  Furthermore, …  Lastly / Finally Question 11

24  Give details  Give clear arguments  Give examples  Use personal examples  More memorable, authentic 진정한, 믿을 만한, 인증된 Give a coherent response. Use correct grammar. Use interesting vocabulary. Speak clearly. Speaking Errors:  Stuttering ( 말을 ) 더듬다  Long pauses/gaps  Ah… uh…  Filler words  like… you know…  Overusing the same words  and, but, because  Too slow  Too fast If you make a mistake, just keep going… Question 11

25  Coherent and cohesive response.  Your ideas must address the topic.  Your ideas must be clear.  Your ideas must tie together. Makes sense Question 11 Question: How important is travel insurance? Answer:My family I love Eat together Happy My family like Very like

26 Adding another idea furthermore, besides, also, similarly, in addition, additionally Saying when / time when, before, after, subsequently, until, while, within, then, first, finally… Giving examples for example, such as, for instance Cause - effect because, since, thus, as a result, so that, in order to Giving an opposite but, although, despite, yet, whilst, however, nevertheless, whereas Exclusion instead, rather than, on the contrary Question 11

27  When the boy gently picked up his puppy, his ears stood up and his tail started wagging. Question 11

28  When the boy gently picked up his puppy, his ears stood up and his tail started wagging.  When mom placed the heavy vase on the shelf, it broke.  FIX  Replace the pronoun with a noun. Question 11 its ?

29 Your opinionReason 1 Supporting information –explanation Supporting information –explanation Reason 2 Supporting information –explanation Supporting information –explanation Concluding statement Question 11

30  For these reasons, I believe / think …  That is why I prefer (not) to …  That is why I (don’t) think …  That is why I would (not) …  Thus, I believe / think … Question 11 [repeat your opinion]

31 Question 11 Test 2 –p85  Design a mind map  Prepare, record, send your response End 5 minutes End 10 minutes

32 OpinionReason 1 Supporting information Reason 2 Supporting information Reason 3 Supporting information Concluding statement Question 11 Test 2 –p85 Bk II-Answer –p20

33 Live with parents Save money Free food and accommodation Not lonely Talk with parents Live comfortablyNo chores Convenient / relaxing Live with parents  better Question 11 Test 2 –p85 Bk II-Answer –p20

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