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The Speaking section contains a total of four question tasks: one independent questions and three integrated questions. (updated on August 1st 2019)
  • Test time: 17 minutes
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Task 3 #Plus03

Based on the reading and the lecture describes the benefits of evergreen content.

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Task 3 #01

Using the main points and examples describe paradox of choice.

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Task 3 #02

Explain Establishing shots and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #03

The professor takes two examples to illustrate "altruism". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.

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Task 3 #04

Explain Revealing coloration and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #05

Using the main points and examples describe Vertical migration.

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Task 3 #06

Explain Clinal variation and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #07

Using the main points and examples describe founder effect.

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Task 3 #08

Using the main points and examples describe sunk costs.

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Task 3 #09

Using the main points and examples describe strategic alliance.

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Task 3 #10

Explain Diminishing returns and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #11

Explain Entertainment merchandising and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #12

Explain Inequity aversion and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #13

Explain Target marketing and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #14

Using the main points and examples describe opportunity cost.

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Task 3 #15

Using the main points and examples describe customer lock-in.

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Task 3 #16

Explain Display rules and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #17

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe the illusion of transparency

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Task 3 #18

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe self-fulfilling prophecy

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Task 3 #19

The professor takes two examples to illustrate "word framing". Explain how the examples are related to the reading passage.

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Task 3 #20

Using the main points and examples describe the Halo Effect.

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Task 3 #21

Using the main points and examples describe the Halo Effect.

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Task 3 #22

Using the main points and examples describe Familiarity principle.

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Task 3 #23

Explain sweeping generalization and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #24

Explain Impact bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #25

Explain Negativity bias and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #26

Explain Source amnesia and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #27

Explain Behavior contract and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #28

Explain Insight learning and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #29

Explain Mental set and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #30

Explain Halo error and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #31

Explain Cognitive Dissonance and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #32

Explain Implicit memory and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #33

Using the main points and examples describe internal attribution

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Task 3 #34

Explain Peak-End rule and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #35

Using the main points and examples describe Ergonomic design.

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Task 3 #36

Use the main points and examples from the lecture to describe two types of influences majority and minority.

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Task 3 #37

Using the main points and examples describe social interaction.

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Task 3 #38

Explain Groupthink and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #39

Explain Nonverbal Languages and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #40

Explain Behavior Modification and how the example used by the professor illustrates the concept.

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Task 3 #41

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Reward theory of attraction.

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Task 3 #42

Using the main points and examples describe behaviour chaining.

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