The emphasis for the KET speaking exam is learning how to form questions from prompts and how to use those questions to form correct answers
The most common prompts are:
1 NAME shop? - which is used to generate a WHAT question.
- WHAT is the name of the shop?
2 WHERE concert? - which is used to generate a WHERE question.
- WHERE is the concert?
There are several kinds of TIME questions, which usually come with the symbol of a clock:
START? - which is used to generate a WHEN question.
- WHEN does it start?
- WHEN does it begin?
- WHEN does it close?
- WHEN does the part finish?
- WHAT is the closing time?
- WHAT are the opening times?
- WHEN is the party?
- WHEN is lunch?
SUNDAY? - which is used to generate an IS IT question.
- IS IT open on Sunday?
- IS IT open at the weekend?
- IS IT open in June?
There are 3 kinds of PRICE questions, which are often followed by the symbol £:
STUDENT TICKET? £? - which is used to generate a HOW MUCH question.
- HOW MUCH is a student ticket?
- WHAT is the price of the bicycle?
- WHAT is the cost of the bicycle?
- HOW MUCH does the bicycle cost?
Other common kinds of questions are:
- WHAT is the address?
- What is the telephone number?
- DO they have a car park?
- IS there a car park?