Expressions to use in a speaking test (monologue /interaction)- B2-C1

You can find below two lists with different expressions, linking words and discourse markers which may come in handy both for your sustained monologue and the interaction phase. They will help you make your spoken output more cohesive (the relation between your ideas will be clearer); they may give you extra time to think (for example, fillers), and ultimately, they will help you sound more natural.

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