1. Talk to the examiner — you'll feel more involved in the conversation.
2. Listen carefully to the questions you're asked so that your answers are relevant.
3. Answer the questions you're asked with some details so that your answers are long enough.
4. Practise speaking for 2 minutes for the long turn in Part 2.
5. Use the preparation time in Part 2 to think about what is written on the card.
6. Use the instructions and prompts on the card in Part 2 to help you to organize your long turn.
7. Practise ways of delaying answers to give yourself time to think in Part 3.
8. Explain your opinions and give examples to support them.