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BEC中级口试全真试题

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Phase I
I: Good morning/afternoon. I’m … and this is my colleague …. S/he’s just going to listen to us. Could I have your mark sheets, please?                                              (To A) What’s your name? Where are you from? A:回答
I: Thank you. (To B) And you? B:回答
I: Thanks. Do you work or are you a student, B? B: 回答
I: (What do you do? What do you study?) B:回答
I: What about you, A? (What do you do? What do you study?) A: 回答
I: What do you like most about your job/studies, A? A:回答
I: (Why?) A:回答
I: What about you, B? B:回答
Phase II
1
I: A, which specific skills will you need most in your career? (Why?) A:回答
I: How about you, B? (Why?) B:回答
I: B, what qualities does a good employee need to have? (Why?) B:回答
I: What do you think, A? A:回答
I: A, to what extent is it possible to train people in interpersonal skills?                 (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: B, which special qualities do you think managers need to have? (Why?) B:回答
2.
I: Do you find the internet useful for your work/studies, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: How about you, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: Do you think the internet will become more widely used by companies in the future, B?      (Why/Why not?)
B:回答
I: What do you think, A? A:回答
I: Do you think that the internet is an effective channel for marketing a company’s           products, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Do you think other forms of advertising will continue to be more important than the        internet, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
3.
I: How ambitious are you for your career, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: How about you, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: Do you think you are or would be a good manager, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: A, what do you think? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Would you rather be a manager in a small company or a large corporation, A? (Why) A:回答
I: Would you like to be the head of your own business, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
4.
I: How do you feel about being away from home on business, A? (Why) A:回答
I: What about you, B? (Why?) B:回答
I: Do you think all hotels should provide special facilities for business people, B?         (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: How about you, A? What do you think? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Do you think it is an advantage to stay in a large international hotel rather than a      small hotel when on business, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Do you prefer to stay in a hotel on your own or with colleagues, B? (Why?) B:回答
5.
I: How important is it to you to have flexible working hours, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: What about you, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: Do you think that companies should control the number of extra hours staff work, B?
  (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: How about you, A? What do you think? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Do you work more effectively at certain times of the day, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: Do you work faster when you have to meet a deadline, B? (Why/Why not?)
6.
I: Are you influenced by company logos when you choose services or products, A?             (Why/Why not?)
A:回答
I: What about you, B? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
I: What kinds of popular events or personalities do you think companies should be involved   in sponsoring, B? (Why?) B:回答
I: What are you, A? What do you think? (Why?) A:回答
I: Do you think that sponsoring sports events or personalities is the most effective form    of advertising, A? (Why/Why not?) A:回答
I: B, do you think companies will make more use of sponsorship in the future as a way of     advertising? (Why/Why not?) B:回答
BEC中级口试全真试题Part Ⅱ
1.What is important when planning a presentation?
Finding out about the audience    Researching the topic
2.What is important when aiming to improve customer service?
Staff Training    Customer Satisfaction Surveys
3.What is important when managing a project?
Encouraging Teamwork    Keeping to schedule
4.What is important when motivating staff?
Financial benefits    Career development Opportunities
5.What is important when dealing with competition?
Pricing policies    Advertising strategies
6.What is important when planning health and safety training?
Selecting topics    Selecting staff to attend
7:What is important when choosing new office equipment?
Prices and discounts    Brand names
8.What is important when entertaining foreign business clients?
Venue for entertainment    Cultural Differences
9.What is important when aiming to reach new markets?
Market research    Advertising
10.What is important when choosing a management training course to attend?
Program Contents    Length of course
11.What is important when relocating a business?
Local workforce available    Location of site
12.What is important when advertising a new product?
Target markets    Choice of media
13.What is important when starting a new job?
Knowledge of company procedures    Help from company staff
14.What is important when selecting staff for marketing trips abroad?
Position in the company    Previous experience of other countries
15.What is important when aiming to reduce production costs?
Efficiency of production line    Cost of raw materials
15.What is important when choosing people to work in teams?
Variety of experience    Personal qualities
16.What is important when dealing with a heavy workload?
Time management    Sharing tasks
17.What is important when developing new products?
Market research    Pricing
18.What is important when being interviewed for a job?
Information about the company    Personal appearance
19.What is important when exhibiting at a trade fair?
Quality of display    Staff selected
20.What is important when introducing a reward system for staff?
Purpose of the reward system    Types of reward offered
21.What is important when entertaining clients?
Types of activities    Cost
22.What is important when choosing retail premises to rent?
Location    Length of contract
23.What is important when deciding on packaging for products?
Image    Production process
24.What is important when selecting staff for promotion?
Attitude to work    Current performance
25.What is important when considering a career change?
Future study or training    Opportunities for future promotion
26.What is important when planning an advertising campaign?
Market research    Selecting appropriate media
27.What is important when choosing transport for a business trip?
Convenience    Cost-effectiveness
28.What is important when aiming for promotion?
Quality of performance     Company loyalty
29.What is important when exporting goods or services for the first time?
Personal Contacts     Professional advice
30.What is important when dealing with complaints from clients?
Offering an apology     Suggesting a solution to the problem
31.What is important when setting prices for new products?
Production costs     Competitors’ prices
32.What is important when aiming to reduce staff turnover?
Financial incentives     Career structure
33. What is important when planning the layout of a new store?
Attractiveness     Security of goods
34.What is important when choosing a new sales agent?
Experience of agent     Number of contacts
35 What is important when monitoring the quality of service provided?
Feedback from customers     Checking sales figures
36: What is important when…?
selecting applicants for a job      work experience     personal qualities
37: What is important when…?
choosing a new supplier       price and discounts      reputation
38: What is important when…?
aiming to improve production quality     up-to-date equipment     staff  training
39: what is important when…?
preparing for a job interview studying the job advertisement  finding out about the company
40: what is important when…?
deciding whether to attend a conference     venue      speakers
41: What is important when…?
  developing new products     market research     costs  involved
BEC中级口试全真试题 Part III
1. Program for New Staff
The manufacturing company you work for would like to introduce a full programme of training for new staff. You have been asked to help prepare the programme.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what should be covered by the training programme
--- how else new staff can be helped to settle into their jobs as quickly as possible
2 Company Dress Code
Your Managing Director is unhappy with the general standard of dress among staff.
You have been asked to make recommendations about introducing a dress code or company     uniform.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
---what the advantages and disadvantages of having a company uniform would be
--- what kind of dress code would be appropriate for staff in different types of jobs
3 Staff Training
Your company has decided to use an outside agency for training sales staff.
You have been asked to have preliminary discussions with the agency to organise this.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what information you will need to provide for the agency
---what kinds of questions you will need to ask the agency
4. Company Video
The manufacturing company you work for is planning to make a video to show to potential   customers and investors. You have been asked to help with planning the video.
---Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- which departments and activities in the company should be included in the video
---which company personnel should appear in the video
5. Business Magazine Article
An international business magazine is sending a journalist to write about your region, and wants to include an article about the retail company you work for.
You have been asked by your company to help the journalist plan the article.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what kinds of information should be included in the article
--- how this article could benefit your company
6. Opening a Branch Abroad
The retail company you work for has decided to open a branch abroad for the first time.
You have been asked to help with the planning of the new branch.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what staffing arrangements might be necessary for the new branch
--- which information about premises in that country it would be useful to find out about
7. Entertaining Foreign Clients
Your company is entertaining a group of foreign clients for three days, including one     non-working day.
You have been asked to plan a programme for the visit.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what kinds of activities would be suitable for the visit
--- what information it would be useful to know about the clients before finalizing the   program
8. Work Experience Programme
The manufacturing company you work for has decided to offer a two-week work experience    programme for a small group of students from a local business college.
You have been asked to help with the preparations for this programme.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what kinds of work experience the company might offer
--- how the participants should be selected
9. English Language Training
Your company is planning to offer 30 hours of English language training to employees.
You have been asked to help with the planning and organization of the training.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- how to encourage employees to take part in the training
--- what kind of schedule would be suitable for the training
10. Teamwork
Your company is sending a small group of employees away together for three days to        encourage them to work as a team.
You have been asked to help plan the programme.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what practical arrangements the company needs to make before the trip
--- what work and leisure activities would be suitable for the group
11.Foreign Business Trip
Your company is attending a trade fair in a foreign country for the first time.
You have been asked to help with the preparations for the trip.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
---what travel and accommodation arrangements you will need to make before the trip
---which kinds of business customs in the foreign country it would be useful to know about, and how to find out about these before the trip
12. (For three candidates) Entertaining Foreign Clients
Your company is entertaining a group of foreign clients for three days, including one     non-working day.
You have been asked to plan a programme for the visit.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what kinds of activities would be suitable for the visit
--- which members of staff should accompany the visitors
--- what information it would be useful to know about the clients before finalizing the   programme
13. For three candidates  Work Experience Programme
The manufacturing company you work for has decided to offer a two-week work experience    programme for a small group of students from a local business college.
You have been asked to help with the preparations for this programme.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- what kinds of work experience the company could offer . how the participants should be selected
--- what feedback and evaluation should take place after the programme has finished
14  For three candidates  English Language Training
Your company is planning to offer 30 hours of English language training to employees.
You have been asked to help with the planning and organization of the training.
Discuss the situation together, and decide:
--- which staff would benefit most from English language training . how to encourage      employees to take part in the training
---what kind of schedule would be suitable for the training
15  For three candidates   Teamwork
Your company is sending a small group of employees away together for three days to        encourage them to work as a team.
You have been asked to help plan the programme.
Discuss the situation together and decide:
--- what practical arrangements the company needs to make before the trip
--- which work and leisure activities would be suitable for the group
--- how to evaluate the success of the trip
BEC中级模拟口试试题

Stage One

Interlocutor: Good morning. My name is John Smith, and this is my colleague, Mary Clinton. And your names are Li Hua and Wang Wei?
Li: Yeah               Wang: Yeah
Interlocutor: Thank you. Now, first of all, we'd like to know something about each of you. Mr. Li, can you tell me about yourself?
Li: My pleasure. As you know, my name is Li Hua. I'm from Jiangsu province. I'm now       studying in Suzhou University. And I'm majoring in international trade there.
Interlocutor: Thank you. Mr Li. Now Mr. Wang, can you tell me about your ambitions?
Wang: Yes. I am now a student with Suzhou University majoring in business administration. I hope I can get my MBA and join a world-famous multinational company. And after I have had enough experience, I am going to start a company of my own.
Interlocutor: Thank you, Mr. Wang. And Mr. Li, could you tell me about your ambitions?
Li: A big question for me indeed. I've never thought about it, but I bet I'll work towards a CEO of a big multinational corporation. That's my goal in life. And that's why I am spending so much time on English, business English in particular.
Interlocutor: Mr. Li, you said you're spending a lot of time on business English. Do you  think business English is difficult to learn?
Li: Not exactly, though it may be difficult at the initial stage. The thing is that you   need to have some business knowledge before you start to learn business English.
Interlocutor: How about you, Mr. Wang? Is it difficult for you?
Wang: Not really. You know, I like English very much, and my major is business            administration. So I have always found business English very interesting.
Stage Two

The importance of having a good CV

Well, in my opinion, you can never underestimate the importance of having a good CV. In themajority of cases, your CV is the employer's first impression of you, your first chance to impress your potential employer, let's say. It is the essential illustration of your      suitability for the job, showing how your skills and experience match your employer's     requirements.
But more than that, it shows your ability to summarize, prioritize and present information effectively, essential skills in today's job market. It also shows your linguistic and    communicative abilities.
Even though employers these days use a variety of selection techniques, such as analyzing your handwriting, a good CV is still the single most important part of any application.
Stage Three

Time Management

Your company has found that ineffective time management is one of the major problem areas throughout the workforce. You have been asked to put forward some suggestions for improvingthe situation.
Discuss, and decide together:
------why poor time management can become a major problem in companies
------what procedures could be adopted to ensure that time is managed effectively.
Zhang: Hi, Ms Wang, you know, our company is sort of out of control these days. Don't you think so?
Wang: Yeah. Everything seems to be in disorder here in our company. And that obviously    has a lot to do with poor time management.
Zhang: You mean poor time management has caused all these problems. Why?
Wang: When time is not well planned within a company, they usually do not allocate blocks of time to specified tasks. They do not have a definite idea of when they should     complete a certain task. And …
Zhang: And I think they often neglect the ordering of priorities. I mean certain tasks need      our prior attention. But in our company every task is treated on an equal basis,          even if it is a very urgent task.
Wang: That's the point. So time should be planned according to the importance of the tasks we need to deal with.
Zhang: So what do you think we can do so that time is managed effectively here in our     company?
Wang: You mean what procedures we can adopt?
Zhang: Sure. That's what our boss is asking us to do. Right?
Wang: Right. I think we've got a lot to do. First, we should make all the staff members   realize how important effective time management is to our company.
Zhang: Yes, I think we can give them instruction in time management, especially those in  supervisory positions.
Wang: Right, perhaps we can run a few training programs for them. If need, we may invite  some experts from outside to help us.
Zhang: Another thing we can do is to make all the managers, or even every staff member,   come up with a job description of their own. In this way, they can be pretty sure  about what they are responsible for and what they are not.
Wang: Yes, that's a good idea. And I think, the top managers of our company should come up with a set of rules as to what kind of jobs should be given priority to. In this way,we can make sure that important tasks are dealt with first.
Zhang: Good idea. So to sum up, our company should run a few training programs, and every staff member should write a job description of their own.
Wang: And rules should be made as to what kind of job should be given priority to.
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