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The test taker speaks quite fluently and gives appropriate and extended responses. She makes good use of a range of markers and linking words (first; actually; I think so; for example; in a lot of ways; that’s why).
his test taker speaks fluently, with only rare repetition or self-correction. Any hesitation is not to search for language but to think of ideas.
This candidate speaks fluently but rather slowly, with occasional hesitation as he engages with the topics.
This test taker speaks fluently and is able to give quite long and detailed responses without any loss of coherence. Hesitation is usually content-related and only occasionally to search for language.