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Legacy Materials

GCSE Speaking pre-release topics September 2018 (for examination Summer 2019)

Conversation Topic 1
My Local Area

Please note Conversation Topic 1 may also include the entire topic area as below or simply 'my local area'.
. My local area and the wider environment (for example home, neighbourhood, town or city, places to visit, region and country)

Speaking Examination at a glance
(PDF), Last Updated: 11 September 2018

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