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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
Intergrated Q4 - Lecture summary

First, you will hear part of a conversation or lecture that could last up to 2 minutes. You will then be questioned about the audio. Your response will be evaluated based on your ability to get across information. You will have 20 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to give your response. Use the most important information to summarize the lecture.

Preparation time: 20 sec. | Answer time: 60 sec.
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Task 4 #01

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how the invention of photography had impacted on the development of painting

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Task 4 #02

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Parasitism.

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Task 4 #03

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Camouflage.

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Task 4 #04

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Biological clock.

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Task 4 #05

Using the examples from the lecture, describe how a frog can survive in the desert.

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Task 4 #06

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between queen ants and social ants.

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Task 4 #07

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe coevolution.

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Task 4 #08

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why animals moult.

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Task 4 #09

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe animal congregations.

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Task 4 #10

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of venom.

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Task 4 #11

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe camel adaptations.

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Task 4 #12

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe birds' two physiological features that help them migrate to different places.

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Task 4 #13

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two benefits that worms provide to soil

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Task 4 #14

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two purposes of insects making sounds.

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Task 4 #15

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Ozone Layer's two major negative impacts on earth

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Task 4 #16

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe how did scientists prove that the geomagnetic poles exist

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Task 4 #17

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe environmental benefits of wetlands

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Task 4 #18

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how Alpine adapt to survive harsh conditions.

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Task 4 #19

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe ecological succession.

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Task 4 #20

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the benefits of planned forest fires.

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Task 4 #21

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem restoration.

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Task 4 #22

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe how fungi benefit trees.

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Task 4 #23

Use the notes and examples from the lecture to describe how a wildfire can benefit the forest's wildlife.

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Task 4 #24

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe law of demand and law of supply.

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Task 4 #25

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe negative impacts of logos.

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Task 4 #26

Using the main points and examples, describe disadvantages to franchising.

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Task 4 #27

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe advantages to franchising

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Task 4 #28

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe slump and creep.

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Task 4 #29

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Geothermal energy.

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Task 4 #30

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe solifluction.

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Task 4 #31

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between slab avalanches and sluff avalanches.

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Task 4 #32

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe two types of canyons.

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Task 4 #33

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the differences between crescentic and parabolic dunes

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Task 4 #34

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two types of slump.

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Task 4 #35

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe Oil Shale Environment Effects.

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Task 4 #36

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe the two ways of discovering an invention.

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Task 4 #37

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe two primary reasons why railroads contributed to the rapidly growing economy in America in 17th century

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Task 4 #38

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe Procedural memory and declarative memory.

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Task 4 #39

Using the main points and examples from the lecture, describe memory gap.

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Task 4 #40

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe role distancing.

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Task 4 #41

Using the main point and examples from the lecture, describe three different types of cultural diffusion.

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Task 4 #42

Using the main point describe franchising. In addition, explain the two advantages from the lecture and mention one store that franchises.

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