You are a member of a music club and you are speaking to three other members in a group chat.

Respond to them in full sentences (30-40 words per answer). You have 10 minutes in total.

Chris: Hey! Welcome to the group. Can you tell us what types of music you like?

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Kyle: I like to listen to music when I go to the gym. When do you listen to music?

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Fred: The club may offer music instrument lessons. Would you be interested in this?

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You received this email from a language course that you attended. Read the email and the notes you have made. Write a reply (120-150 words) using your notes, and express how you feel about the situation.

Dear student,

We hope you enjoyed your English course at English Language Academy (ELA). We would love to know more about how you felt about your course. We pride ourselves on having great teachers who help our students succeed.
(1) Did you enjoy your lessons with your teacher?
(2) What suggestions do you have for us to improve the lessons? Finally,
(3) will you be registering for another course with us? We would love to see you again!.


1. Enjoyed classes with Teacher Mel
2. More focus on speaking, less on grammar
3. Maybe- price is expensive

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Cars, Trucks and Automobiles is a website that publishes short articles submitted by the public on general interest topics. You have been asked to write an article about Young Drivers. You have done some research on this topic in note form. Using your notes, write an informative and attention-grabbing article for publication (180-220 words).

- Teens can get a license at 16 in some states (USA)
- They are more likely to engage in risky behaviour

-Pros: independence / teaches responsibility
-Cons: higher rate of accidents / not mature
Risky Behaviour Likelihood of an accident Other
Speeding Leading risky behaviour 28% of all fatal car accidents included a teen driver
Having Passengers Chance of accident is doubled versus driving alone More likely to engage in other risky behaviour with passengers
Distracted Driving 6x more likely to have an accident by calling, 23x more likely to have an accident by texting Can also include eating or applying makeup
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