JPN 610D Oral Performance Exam

JPN 610D Oral Performance Exam - #1(chapter4 5...

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JPN 610D Oral Performance Exam #1 (chapter 4+5)  Grading Criteria: Your Oral Exam will be graded on accuracy, content  (complexity, connecting phrases, using variety of vocabulary and  structures), fluency (pronunciation, speed), and communication  (comprehension, appropriate responses). Approximate time: 5 minutes  OP Exam will be conducted in Japanese ONLY. You are NOT allowed  to speak English. Your teacher WILL NOT respond to English.  If you do not understand, you should say:  すみませんかもう一度いってくたさい。   もう一度おねかいします。 ゆっくり、おねかいします。 If you still cannot understand, you might say:  —— は、英語て何てすか。 / 何といいますか。 すみませんかわかりません。 Remember to use expression such as  ええと、あのう、そうてすね、 etc. to  make your conversation more natural. (fluency) 
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