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Longer Speaking Prompts 2

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#1
#1. You call a friend on the phone to find out why he or she did not meet you after school. Your friend says he or she is hurt and tells you that he/she had a mishap in the kitchen yesterday. React with sympathy, or express disbelief if you think your friend is making excuses.
#2
#2. You call a friend on the phone to find out why he or she did not meet you after school. Your friend says he or she is hurt and tells you that he/she had a mishap in the while playing sports yesterday. React with sympathy, or express disbelief if you think your firend is making excuses.
#3
#3. Your friend is calling you on the phone to find out why you did not meet him/her after school. You tell your friend that you were hurt and tell him/her that you fell in street and broke your arm. Describe how much you are hurting and how it happened and apologize to your friend. (Your friend is reacting with sympathy)
#4
#4. Your friend is calling you on the phone to find out why you did not meet him/her after school. You tell your friend that you had the flu and were really sick, and that you are still home. Describe how much you are hurting and how it happened and apologize to your friend. Your friend is reacting with sympathy.
#5
Your friend is calling you on the phone to find out why you did not meet him/her after school. You tell your friend that you at too much and were sick to your stomach. Describe how much you are hurting and how it happened and apologize to your friend. (Your friend seems not to believe you)
#6
#6 You call a friend on the phone to find out why he or she did not meet you after school. Your friend says he or she ate too much of something yesterday, became sick and could not meet you. React with sympathy, or express disbelief if you think your firend is making excuses.
#7
#7 You are going to the doctor for a visit because you were hurt doing sport activities. You explain to the doctor what happened and complain about your injury and ask the doctor for treatment and give him details about your condition.
#8
#8 You are a doctor who is seeing a patient. the patient is complaining of an injury done during sports activities. You find you what happened exactly, what the problem is, and you will give advice and recommend treatment.
#9
#9 You love sports but your friend does not do any sports and is in bad shape. You are going to give advice and encouragement to your friend. (Why no sport, what they could do, how they must feel, some advice on a good way to get going, and how they are goind to feel, etc.)
#10
#10 You hate sports and your friend loves sports. You tell him/her how you hate it and give excuses for it. Your friend is giving you encouragement and advice, but you just make excuses and say that it is too difficult, too inconvenient, or any other excuse you can imagine.