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While waiting for a train you speak with a another traveller

  1. say you did no understand because it is the first time that you ever stayed in France

  2. say that the people speaks too fast and that you are not used to it after five years of school French

  3. say that there are many people called John leaving in Sydney

  4. explain that it is a large city

  5. say that there might be kangaroos in the streets of the city but you have never seen one

  6. explain that you must leave now because your train has just entered the station.


You are at a police station

  1. explain that you have not stolen anything

  2. say that you had a bottle of perfume and a scarf in your bag by accident

  3. say that you were dreaming and did not pay attention

  4. say that it is very embarrassing

  5. offer to pay for all the items


You have just arrived in a French family

  1. say that you a had a good journey

  2. explain that it was howeverquite long

  3. say that you are not hungry but you are thirsty

  4. explain that you are quite tired and jet lagged

  5. say that it will take a week before you recover


You are at the station

  1. ask for a return ticket to Brest

  2. ask for the price

  3. ask whether they have any discount for students

  4. say that you will take the night train

  5. ask whether you must book

  6. ask where the left luggage office is.


You are the station

  1. ask at what times does the train leave

  2. ask from which platform

  3. ask for a return ticket in a sleeper (une couchette)

  4. ask why the train is late

  5. ask whether you must book


You are booking a room

  1. say that you would like to see the room first

  2. ask for a less expensive room

  3. what your room number is

  4. that ask whether you must leave your key at the reception when you leave

  5. say that you intend to stay for quite a long time

  6. ask whether they have special price for longer stays

A friend rings you

  1. ask about his health

  2. say that you did not heard from him for ages

  3. ask how you can help him/her

  4. say that you don't like lending records

  5. offer to lend cassettes instead

  6. thank him for inviting you to his birthday party

  7. pologize for not being able to come and give a reason


You have a guest at your place

  1. tell him/her to make himself/herself at home

  2. ask whether he would like likes something to drink

  3. say that there is a letter for her/him

  4. ask whether he/she would like to do something special

  5. suggest an outing

  6. explain why you don't recommend this place


You have an appointment and you call at the reception

  1. Indicate your name

  2. say that you would like to see M Froidevaux

  3. explain that you have a appointment at 3 o'clock

  4. you are asked to wait for a moment while she rings up to check

  5. the receptionist tells you that M.Froidevaux is expecting you

  6. she tells you to go to the end of the corridor

  7. thank the person


You talk to your parents

  1. tell them that you are fed up with studying

  2. explain that you are not interested by what you are studying

  3. say that you want to have some money

  4. explain that you will get a job


You are talking about the future

  1. say that you are worried about the future

  2. say that you have not yetdecided what to do after the HSC

  3. say that you still have years of studiy in front of you

  4. say that you are too young to decide now

  5. say that you have to sit for some exams

  6. say that you have already passed an exam

  7. say that you rather spend your time on the beach sunbathing and swimming.


You are talking about your plans for your holidays

  1. say that you intend you go overseas

  2. say that you want to rest for a while on the seaside on the Côte d'Azur

  3. then spent sometime in the snow in the Alps

  4. d that you must first get your passport

  5. ask how long it takes to get it.


You discussing an outing

  1. propose seeing a film in town

  2. suggest a film and the reason you want to see it

  3. say that you might go and have a coffee afterwards

  4. rrange a time and a place to meet

  5. explain that you will get there by bus

  6. ask how they will get there

  7. ask whether you could get a lift home wiyh them

  8. say that you are looking forward to meeting them

  9. nd greets.


friend ask you for some money

  1. say that you would like to help

  2. say that you are broke

  3. suggest an alternative

  4. say that there is no need to apologise for asking money

  5. explain that you are very sorry not to be able to help at this moment


You are talking to a friend about the holidays

  1. ask where he intends to go

  2. say that you have to go and visit a uncle

  3. say that you will stay there for a week

  4. explain that you are not very keen on this idea

  5. ve three reasons


You are in the tourist office

  1. ask whether you may have a list of the local hotels of the region

  2. ask whether there is anything to visit around here

  3. ask whether the Latin Quarter is on the map

  4. ask how to get to Toulouse from here

  5. ask for the shortest way/ the quickest/ the most scenic road...


You are invited to a party

  1. ask when it is

  2. ask what the occasion

  3. ask where it is

  4. ask at what time it starts and when it ends

  5. ask whether someone can drive you back

  6. ask who will be coming

  7. say that you hoe Duduche won't come

  8. explain that he always get drunk at parties and spoils them

  9. ask whether it will be formal or casual

  10. ask what can you bring

  11. ask if you can bring your sister and her fiance

  12. say that you are delighted to have been invited

  13. ask whether you really have to come


You are baby sitting

  1. tell your employee that you are used to children

  2. ask t what you time should send the children to bed

  3. ask whether they allowed to watch TV

  4. ask where you could contact them in case of an emergency

  5. ask when will they be back

  6. ask whether they could drive you back home.

An old school friend visits you

  1. express your surprise and say that it has been a long time since you last saw each other

  2. ask what has been happening since you left school

  3. ask what has become of him/her

  4. say that you have a lot to catch up on

  5. ask where he/she is staying while in town


The phone rings . It the plumber

  1. tell him that there is no one at home now

  2. say that the bathroom has to be fixed

  3. explain that your father will be home tonight

  4. offer to take his phone number and to pass on the message

  5. ask what is the most convenient time to ring back



You are on holiday and you have run short of money

  1. explain the situation to your your friend

  2. say that you did not expect the accommodation to be so expensive

  3. ask whether he/she can lend you some money

  4. say that you have phoned your parents and they are going to send you some money soon

  5. say that you will give the money back as soon as you get it in two or three days.


You meet a friend you have not seen for a long time

  1. say that a lot of time has passed

  2. say that he/she has not changed

  3. say that you have been so busy that you did not have time to keep contact

  4. say that you would like to have a drink and talk about the good old times but unfortunately you have an important appointment with a friend you have not seen for a long time

  5. ask for her /his phone number and promise to ring very soon


friend ask you for some money

  1. say that you would like to help

  2. say that you are broke

  3. suggest an alternative

  4. say that there is no need to apologize for asking for money

  5. explain that you are very sorry not to be able to help at this moment


You are taking a taxi

  1. ask the driver whether he is free

  2. explain that you are in hurry

  3. ask to help you with the luggage

  4. explain that you have an urgent appointment

  5. ask how the traffic at this time of the day is

  6. say that smoking disturbs you


You are taking a taxi

  1. ask the driver whether he is free

  2. say that you want to put your case in the boot

  3. ask the driver to take you to the airport as fast as possible because you are late and you don't want to miss the plane.

  4. say that your plane leaves in one hour

  5. ask whether you will make it on time


You are booking a taxi by phone

  1. dentify yourself

  2. eck whether you have the taxi company

  3. say you want to go to the airport and at what time you wish to leave

  4. explain that you have two suitcases an need help to load them into the car

  5. state where you want to be picked up

  6. ask how long it will take to get to the airport

  7. ask how much it should cost .


You are taking a train

  1. ask for a ticket to Lyon (return second class non smoking)

  2. ask whether there is a buffet in the restaurant

  3. ask when does it arrives at the destination

  4. ask from which platform it leaves

  5. ask where can you wait

  6. ask where the lockers are

  7. say that you are looking for change for the automatic lockers


tourist asks you the way to the Opera House

  1. ve three directions

  2. say that if he/she is pressed for time, it is quite a nice walk through the Botanical garden

  3. say that it is about half an hours walk

  4. say that you are going that way and offer to walk with them


You are shopping

  1. ask the salesperson to help you

  2. explain that you need a present for your father

  3. say that you want something typically French

  4. say that a scarf is a great idea

  5. ask for something cheaper and smaller.

  6. ask whether they accept traveller's cheques.


You are at the post office

  1. say that you want to send a letter , airmail to Australia.

  2. ask for the price of a stamp

  3. say that you want four stamps

  4. ask how much it cost altogether

  5. ask whether you can phone from here


You are asking a new friend a few questions about school to

  1. ask how far the school is

  2. ask what type of school it is

  3. ask how does he/she get to school

  4. ask what foreign languages does he/she study

  5. ask what the compulsory subjects at school are



You are looking for your key

  1. ask your mother whether she has seen them

  2. say that you don't understand because you left them on the shef yesterday

  3. say that you have looked in your pockets already

  4. say that this type of thing only happens to you and especially when you are in a hurry

  5. xpress your surprise and joy because you have found them in the door.


You are describing someone to a new friend

  1. tell your friend to avoid him

  2. say that he is unbearable person

  3. explain that he is not very much liked in the office

  4. say that he was caught cheating in an exam at school

  5. say that he quite tall and looks very brutal

  6. say to your friend that he will recognise him as soon as he sees him.


You describe a friend

  1. say that she is in her sixties

  2. say that her birthday is in April

  3. say that she lives a fairly large flat in Brittany

  4. say that she has a brother and a sister

  5. say that she is the eldest in the family

  6. say that she dreams of pursuing a career as an actress


You want to have some clothes dry cleaned

  1. say you would like a coat to clean

  2. ask how long it will take

  3. ask whether they have an express service

  4. ask about the price difference

  5. say that you take the express service because you might leave town tomorrow

  6. say that you will be back at six o'clock


You are in your hotel room and you order your breakfast by phone

  1. dentify yourself and give your room number

  2. say that you would like to have breakfast in bed

  3. ask what type of breakfast they have on offer

  4. say that you want an Australian breakfast

  5. explain the difference between a European breakfast and an Australian breakfast

  6. ask how long it will take


Your car has broken down on the road

  1. call a towing company

  2. say that you saw their name advertised on the road signs

  3. say how to find your car on the highway

  4. ask whether they can send someone to have a look

  5. say that you haven’t the faintest idea what the problem is

  6. explain that you don't know anything about cars

  7. ask how long it will take .


You have been travelling for quite a while now. It is time to wash some of your clothes

  1. ask whether there is a washing machine available

  2. ask for some change

  3. ask how long it takes to wash the clothes

  4. ask whether there is a drier

  5. ask whether there is an ironing service .


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