CELPIP Speaking Unusual Situation Describe Park
You see a boy in a park doing an activity. Call your nephew and ask him if he would like to come and see it.
There are two differences between Unusual Situation Task and Describe A Scene Task. Firstly, in Unusual Situation task, you’re talking to a person. In Describe a scene task, you’re just describing the scene. Secondly, in unusual situation task, you need to use more specific vocabulary to describe the scene or object.
Remember, if you’re talking to your niece or nephew, you should identify yourself as Uncle Tom or Aunt Lindsey on the phone.
CELPIP Speaking Unusual Situation – Describe A Park
It’s Aunt Lindsey calling here. I’m just in a park right now and see a boy flying a really cool kite. It looks like a big teddy bear dressed up like a pirate. There are two strings going from the kite to the boy’s hands. The teddy bear is wearing a blue pirate hat and a red bandana on its head. It also has an eyepatch on one of its eyes and a hook on its right hand. It looks really happy.
The kid looks really happy too! Would you like to come to the park to see it? Maybe you could join him! It’s perfect weather for flying a kite today!