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User Date Region Mark Question Submission Dictated text Feedback
Picture of Luca Ribeiro Luca Ribeiro
17 November 2017 Brazil 0 out of 4 Question1-1 None

No sound

Picture of Bappi Hasan Bappi Hasan
16 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

Unfortunately, the volume on this response is very low, so not all words are audible. Based on what can be heard, the score is likely in the 2 range based on the sentence structure and pacing. There are obvious errors in grammar, as in this sentence, “I go with my foreign friend who is come from Italy…when I take him…he is…” Unfortunately, most sentences trail off into being inaudible, so an accurate score cannot be confirmed. 

Picture of Rabiul  Alam Rabiul Alam
16 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. It contains intelligible speech, although problems with delivery and/ or overall coherence occur; meaning is obscured in places. The primary point is the following excerpt, “The natural beauty…and it is the longest sea beach in the world, okay…so…that’s it.” The response demonstrates limited range and control of grammar and vocabulary. These limitations often prevent full expression of idea, as in this sentence, “And there is a beach. Often foreigners came here and … in a wave water.” Because of limitations in development and sentence structure, the score is 2. 

Picture of Ilse Salazar Ilse Salazar
18 November 2017 Mexico 1 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response is very limited in content and is only minimally connected to the task. The primary evidence the speaker provides is the following excerpt, “When I was young…I liked to watch Disney High School Musical and sing along,” which is not related to “current events” or news in any way. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, and choppy rhythm/pace, as in this excerpt, “I think …yeah…you can learn using internet…like YouTube..you know.” Because of the lack of connection to the task and limits in delivery, the score is 1. 

Picture of Sourav Ghosh Sourav Ghosh
14 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately but falls short of being fully developed. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, and choppy rhythm/pace; meaning is obscured in places. The response demonstrates limited range and control of grammar and vocabulary, as in this excerpt, “Latest breaking news can also be get from internet.”  Mostly basic ideas are expressed with limited elaboration, as in this excerpt, “Internet offers a variety of things. From internet we can use social media like Facebook ..” Because of the delivery and development, the score is 2. 

Picture of krom mrok krom mrok
14 November 2017 Turkey 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, or choppy rhythm/pace; meaning is obscured in places, as in this excerpt, “You can see a variety of …of views…” Response is mostly coherent and sustained and conveys relevant ideas/information, as in this excerpt, “You can …search on a topic that is in your mind on the news that is very fast.” Because of obscured meaning and limited development, the score is 3. 

Picture of Monica Parra Monica Parra
14 November 2017 Mexico 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately. Speech is generally clear, with some fluidity of expression, though minor difficulties with pronunciation, intonation, or pacing are noticeable. Response is mostly coherent and sustained and conveys relevant ideas/information. Overall development is somewhat limited, and lacks clear elaboration, as in this sentence, “Now maybe by internet because ….social media like YouTube, Facebook that you can know about what is happening around the world,” which is limited by grammatical errors, missing words and limitations in vocabulary. Because of the limited development, the score is 3. 

Picture of Anne Pinto Anne Pinto
13 November 2017 Brazil 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The speaker does not understand that “current events” refers to news, and is responding to the prompt as though “current events” refers to activities that one might attend with friends in the community. Because of the misunderstanding of the prompt, the score is 2. 

Picture of Joao Gomes Joao Gomes
12 November 2017 Brazil 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately. Speech is generally clear, with some fluidity of expression, though minor difficulties with pronunciation, intonation, or pacing are noticeable, as in the pronunciation are “locked” as “lock-ed.”  Response exhibits some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures, as in this sentence, “From the television signal or the television journal. And it is very important to check the sources of information on the internet, but you have a lot of it.” The score is 3.

Picture of Mukaddes Göksal Mukaddes Göksal
12 November 2017 Turkey 0 out of 4 Question2-1 None

Sound quality makes it impossible to score - there is no audio after the first few seconds - then the sound cuts in and out. 

Picture of tenzin yangchen tenzin yangchen
12 November 2017 India 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately but falls short of being fully developed. It is generally intelligible and coherent, with some fluidity of expression, though it exhibits some noticeable lapses in the expression of ideas, as in this sentence, “You can sort out the events you wish to know. A lot of events will be taking currently.” Generally well-paced flow (fluid expression). Speech is clear. Overall development is somewhat limited, lacks elaboration or specificity. Relationships between ideas at times are not immediately clear. The score is 3.

Picture of Gustavo Velázquez Lazcano Gustavo Velázquez Lazcano
15 November 2017 Mexico 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately but may falls short of being fully developed. It is generally intelligible and coherent, with some fluidity of expression, though it exhibits some noticeable lapses in the expression of ideas. Response exhibits some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures, as in this excerpt, “Its popular because most of the tourists come from the north where the water is cold and some sands are like rocks.” The limits of elaboration are clear in this excerpt, which demonstrates the repetition of the two main points (water and sand) and inability to develop additional points, “While here Mexico the water is tropical, the sand is fine, and they also have other attractions.” The score is 3.

Picture of Guilherme Zaniol Guilherme Zaniol
14 November 2017 Brazil 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. It contains intelligible speech, although problems with delivery and/ or overall coherence occur; Speech is generally clear, with some fluidity of expression, though minor difficulties with pronunciation are noticeable, as in this excerpt, “There are several great “hestaurants.”” The response demonstrates limited range and control of grammar and vocabulary. These limitations often prevent full expression of ideas, as in this sentence, “Most visitors come to the city seeking for the landscapes.” The score is 2

Picture of Sourav Ghosh Sourav Ghosh
14 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

  The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. It contains intelligible speech, although problems with delivery and/ or overall coherence occur; meaning is be obscured in places, as in this excerpt, “It is the largest…largest… in our country…” in which some words are not clear. Mostly basic ideas are expressed with limited elaboration (details and support). At times relevant substance are vaguely expressed or repetitious. Connections of ideas may be unclear, as in this excerpt, “People from both local and international visit there for…for …visiting the local scenery.” The score is 2.

Picture of Shekinah Princess Pagaddut Shekinah Princess Pagaddut
10 November 2017 Philippines 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately. Response is mostly coherent and sustained and conveys relevant ideas/information. Relationships between ideas may at times are not immediately clear, as in this excerpt, “Watching television you can see the details there are…live…so you can check that it is really current or reliable from the people who are talking or who are there on the television. “ Because of the occasional lapses in coherence, the score is 3. 

Picture of Aayush jha Aayush jha
8 November 2017 India 4 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response fulfills the demands of the task, with at most minor lapses in completeness. It is highly intelligible and exhibits sustained, coherent discourse. It is generally well-paced. Speech is clear. Response exhibits a fairly high degree of automaticity with good control of basic and complex structures, as in this excerpt, “Just look at the phenomenal growth of YouTube.  Basically the internet is more useful than television in terms of current events. “ The score is 4. 

Picture of MD AL Imran MD AL Imran
7 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response attempts to address the task, but development of the topic is limited. The speaker is unable to select one choice and argue his position. Failing to argue one position with prompts that provide two or three choices results in a score of 2. 

Picture of Theresa Tesara Theresa Tesara
6 November 2017 Philippines 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, and choppy rhythm/pace; Response exhibits some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures, as in this excerpt, “And also you can know what other people’s perceptions are through current events or issues.” Development is complete. Because of delivery, the score is 3. The speaker is encouraged to slow the pace of delivery and focus on clarity. 

Picture of Amanda Oliveira Amanda Oliveira
4 November 2017 Brazil 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, and choppy rhythm/pace, as in this excerpt, “For me television is dispensable nowadays because all I have I want in the internet. I…l…link to Google…Facebook..and other sites.” The connection between “current events” and “news” is not made. The score is 2. 

Picture of Ester Armenta Ester Armenta
4 November 2017 Mexico 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. It contains intelligible speech, although problems with delivery and/ or overall coherence occur; meaning is obscured in places. For the most part, only basic sentence structures are used successfully and spoken with fluidity. Structures and vocabulary express mainly simple (short) and/or general ideas, with simple or unclear connections made among them, as in this excerpt, “To the internet is the fastest way to learn about current events…show movies…or entertainment programs. Someone can…someone can pause….on the internet…anytime, anywhere…in a way in a second.” Because of the lack of clarity and clear connection to the task, the score is 2. 

Picture of Joao Gomes Joao Gomes
12 November 2017 Brazil 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. Response exhibits some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures or is somewhat limited in the range of structures used, as in this excerpt, “Its have 42 beaches, its sol..sunny all the summer season. So..that’s why here’s the most popular visited place in all of south Brazil.” Because of the limitations in delivery and development, the score is 2. 

Picture of krom mrok krom mrok
14 November 2017 Turkey 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response fulfills the demands of the task, with at few lapses in completeness. It is highly intelligible and exhibits sustained, coherent discourse. It exhibits a fairly high degree of automaticity with good control of basic and complex structures, as in this excerpt, “A lot of tourists who come to this place are Christians and they don’t know the Muslim culture very well and they are curious about this culture.” The response is well developed and coherent; relationships between ideas are clear. The score is 4. 

Picture of Monica Parra Monica Parra
14 November 2017 Mexico 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response fulfills the demands of the task, with at only minor lapses in completeness and delivery. It is generally well-paced flow. Speech is clear. It includes minor lapses, or minor difficulties with pronunciation or intonation patterns, as in this excerpt, “It has a lot of different things to do like it has beautiful beaches. You can do scuba diving, surfing, snorkeling, and its really cheap. It has also a lot of nice restaurants and hotels.” The score is 4. 

Picture of madhurima das madhurima das
13 November 2017 India 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response fulfills the demands of the task, with at most minor lapses in completeness. It is highly intelligible and exhibits sustained, coherent discourse. The response demonstrates effective use of grammar and vocabulary. It exhibits a fairly high degree of automaticity with good control of basic and complex structures (as appropriate). Some minor errors are noticeable but do not obscure meaning, as in this excerpt, “Where all …all people from all different community come and visit together.” It is generally well developed and coherent; relationships between ideas are clear, as in this excerpt, “Also you can enjoy the weather and also you can enjoy the food there, and visitors enjoy it because of the weather and the food.” The score is 4

Picture of Mukaddes Göksal Mukaddes Göksal
12 November 2017 Turkey 0 out of 4 Question1-1 None

no audio

Picture of tenzin yangchen tenzin yangchen
12 November 2017 India 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task, but development of the topic is limited. It contains intelligible speech, although problems with delivery and/ or overall coherence occur; meaning is obscured in places. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, or choppy rhythm/pace, as in this excerpt, “I think the main reason…the main reasons…it attract a lot of tourists is there are a lot of monasteries…” The response demonstrates effective use of grammar and vocabulary, as in this excerpt, “The city is…dynamic in its own way.” Because of the problems with delivery and intonation, the score is 2 – some raters might consider it a “low 3.” Focusing on delivery and clarity of speech will ensure a passing score.  

Picture of Anne Pinto Anne Pinto
13 November 2017 Brazil 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response fulfills the demands of the task, with at most minor lapses in completeness. The response exhibits some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures, as in this excerpt, “The most famous place in Brazil for tourist would be Rio de Janeiro…It’s really famous because there’s a lot of nice beaches on it. “ This affects overall fluency, but it does not seriously interfere with the communication of the message. This response might be considered a “low 4” by some raters or a “high 3” by others. Attention to grammatical structures will ensure a score of 4. 

Picture of Gözde Şahin Gözde Şahin
10 November 2017 Turkey 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The response addresses the task appropriately but falls short of being fully developed. It is generally intelligible and coherent, with some fluidity of expression, though it exhibits some noticeable lapses in the expression of ideas. Speech is basically intelligible, though listener effort is needed because of unclear articulation, awkward intonation, or choppy rhythm/pace; meaning is obscured in places, and connections are unclear, as in this excerpt, “For example in terms of tourism first of all…has a really good weather…and that’s why.. ..and also nature and sea…and also…I mean…beaches are perfect. You can find different kind of job offers…also.” Because of the lack of clarity and uneven coherence, the score is 2. 

Picture of Shekinah Princess Pagaddut Shekinah Princess Pagaddut
10 November 2017 Philippines 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

Unfortunately the audio was incomplete – it seems the speaker had a problem with her microphone. Based on what was recorded. The response demonstrates fairly automatic and effective use of grammar and vocabulary, and fairly coherent expression of relevant ideas. Response may exhibit some imprecise or inaccurate use of vocabulary or grammatical structures, as in this sentence, “Tourists enjoys to visit there because its amazing view of the mountain…” The response is mostly coherent and sustained and conveys relevant ideas/information. The score is 3. 

Picture of Aayush jha Aayush jha
8 November 2017 India 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is an excellent response with clear details and strong development. Diction is clear and sentences are generally complete. There are some minor errors throughout, such as this excerpt, “…constructed with white marbles…” but they do not detract overall from meaning. Background noise hindered the delivery somewhat, but in actual testing the speaker would be speaking alone, and this would not likely be a problem. 

Picture of Raquel Ramborger Madeira Raquel Ramborger Madeira
8 November 2017 United States 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The speaker attempts to provide relevant content in response to the question. Delivery is hesitant and details are imprecise, as in, “I have the…is a very large place…there is a river…can walk, bicycle, everything that you wants, you can, so many people that go there.” Because of the lack of precision, hesitations, and overall lack of clear development, the score is 2. 

Picture of MD AL Imran MD AL Imran
7 November 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The speaker attempts to deliver a detailed response. Pronunciation is a hurdle as the word “fort” is repeatedly pronounced as “fold,” and significant listener effort is required to use context in order to decode the meaning. The primary sentence is marked by hesitations and false starts, so that little clear information is presented, as in, “A …here this is the fort of a king who ruled…around…19..1920..where it was the capital city of …the fort was the living place of that particular king…” 

Picture of tejas gowda tejas gowda
7 November 2017 India 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The speaker directly responds to the question and offers relevant details. Pronunciation is uneven, with some words and phrases being indiscernible because of the influence of the primary language. The speed of delivery is generally tempered, but there are sections that are so rapid that they cannot be understood. Sentences vary in precision, as in this sentence, “Agra located in New Delhi which is capital of India…” which is missing words. The score is three because of a pattern of minor errors and lack of clarity. 

Picture of Juan Pablo Carrillo Juan Pablo Carrillo
7 November 2017 Mexico 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is an adequate response that shows understanding of the question and some relevant content. Sentences are generally imprecise, such as this sentence, “For example, there is, there are a lot of really big lakes where they people use to come to these places and have a lot of fun with their family,” which communicates a general idea, but requires listener effort to decode. Diction is excellent and pacing is adequate, although hesitant at times. The speaker is encouraged to focus on precise sentences and clarity. 

Picture of Theresa Tesara Theresa Tesara
6 November 2017 Philippines 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The sound quality on this response makes some of the response difficult to understand, but much of it includes relevant details and clear sentence structure. The pace of delivery is very rapid, and it seems that the phrase “and with that” is repeated unnecessarily several times, which makes it difficult to understand the connections the speaker may be making between ideas. The speaker mentions the beaches and provides descriptive details. Because of the difficult pacing and lack of clarity and repetition, the score is 3. 

Picture of Amanda Oliveira Amanda Oliveira
4 November 2017 Brazil 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

There is some relevant content in this response. The speaker struggles with vocabulary and sentence structure, so that the response is marked by hesitations and some words/phrases that cannot be determined, as in this excerpt, “It has many beaches..it has…as sun…it has…?”  Because of the choppy delivery and issues with clarity, the score is 2. 

Picture of Niv Arbel Niv Arbel
4 November 2017 Israel 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

The speaker’s diction and pacing are excellent in this response. There is a range of vocabulary and sentence structure is adequate. There is a lack of precision in syntax, however, that somewhat detracts from the overall strength of the response. For example, in this, the central idea of the response, there are missing words and misplaced words that make it necessary for the listener to apply some effort to determining meaning, “And a lot of various places to remind why this is a Jewish state like Israel is I actually been there yesterday as a soldier in the Israel defense forces and I got to take a lot of pictures with tourists that they came to visit.” Because of the issues with precision, the score is 3. 

Picture of José Ángel García Trasviña José Ángel García Trasviña
3 November 2017 Mexico 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The speaker does not indicate an understanding that “current events” refers to news, and is responding in formation based on learning or information in general. Delivery is halting, but most words are clearly articulated, although some are not clear, as in this sentence, “Childrens can use it to perform task or simply learn from….things.” Because of the frequent errors, the halting pace, and the lack of understanding of the prompt, the score is 2. 

Picture of Prithika Ramaiyer Prithika Ramaiyer
2 November 2017 India 0 out of 4 Question2-1 None

No sound

Picture of Sarah Arnold Sarah Arnold
2 November 2017 Brazil 4 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The speaker clearly understands the prompt and provides relevant development to explain her stance, with sentences, such as, “Internet you can read about the current event in more than one site and read about more than more than one point of view.” There is some repetition of words and phrases, which interrupts delivery somewhat, but does not significantly impact the clarity of the response. 

Picture of Swastik Chowbay Swastik Chowbay
2 November 2017 India 3 out of 4 Question2-1 None

This is an adequate response but requires significant listener response because of imprecise phrasing, the rapid pace of delivery, and a lack of adherence to sentence – so that there are no clear pauses where one sentence ends and another begins. Some imprecise syntax is evident in sentences such as, “The television one may argue one can get the news.” Because of the issues with delivery and precision, the score is 3. 

Picture of Ester Armenta Ester Armenta
4 November 2017 Mexico 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

There is a lot of background noise in this response, which drowns out some words and makes it difficult to clearly hear the response. The speaker names a location, and there is some development. There are clearly some grammatical errors, as in this sentence, “…is a popular place because it has a lot of rivers where the peoples goes and…”  This sentence shows some development, as well as where some words are missing because of background noise, “Umm..there’s actually a lot of delicious food there and that’s what …. Enjoy most…the food.” Because the response is incomplete, and what can be heard has errors, the score is 2. 

Picture of José Ángel García Trasviña José Ángel García Trasviña
3 November 2017 Mexico 2 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is a developing response. Not all words are clearly discernible, and delivery is halting, so that listener effort is required to determine meaning. There are some clear ideas, such as, “And the gastronomy of the city make the tourists very very happy,” but other sentences are incomplete, such as, “The walks in the downtown area is full of …?” Because of the issues with pronunciation, leading to missing words/ideas, and the halting pacing, the score is 2. 

Picture of Prithika Ramaiyer Prithika Ramaiyer
2 November 2017 India 0 out of 4 Question1-1 None

No sound

Picture of Sarah Arnold Sarah Arnold
2 November 2017 Brazil 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is an adequate response. Speech is clear and somewhat sustained. There is some relevant development. Grammar and mechanical errors are throughout the response, sometimes limiting the development, as in, “…All the things we got to do here like walking …surfing at the beach…knowing our cooking stuff…and other things…” The speaker is encouraged to focus on vocabulary and grammar to improve the score. 

Picture of Guillermo Limon Guillermo Limon
2 November 2017 Mexico 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is a developing response that has some relevant and clear content. The speaker names two locations, one that is nearby and one that seems to be his own community. The development is somewhat vague, as in, “ … has a lot of things…historical museums..national parks…but specific here In my city...we don’t have so much…historical center...for the tourists…” There are many hesitations between sentences and some words are not clearly discernible. 

Picture of Swastik Chowbay Swastik Chowbay
2 November 2017 India 3 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is an adequate response. The main point the speaker makes about what attracts tourists to the location is lost, in the following sentences, “The main reason for popularity is the season. The season remains warm throughout the winter. Not warm…I mean..the season remains cool…” It is not really clear what the speaker means is an attraction or why visitors go to this location, as it is on the sea. Diction is adequate and delivery is fine, but the development causes confusion. 

Picture of Paula Andria Brisia Paula Andria Brisia
1 November 2017 Philippines 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is a good response, notable for the clear diction and generally fluid response. There are some pauses, as in this sentence, “…It has white sand…a very relaxing view…blue water…and a very clear view under the sea because you are able to see coral, fishes, that’s the reason why its clear.” Sentences are varied and language is generally precise. While development is not exceptional, all details are relevant and meaningful. 

Picture of Gabriela Paculdino Gabriela Paculdino
1 November 2017 Brazil 4 out of 4 Question1-1 None

This is a strong response with generally clear diction and strong development. There are some minor issues with precision in language, such as “…which is really beautiful and there is a lot of beaches in there and it is always really warm and I think that is one of the reasons that visitors really like to go…” which demonstrates some minor mechanical errors, but these do not interfere with meaning. Pacing is strong and delivery is fluid so that the ideas are communicated very clearly. 

Picture of fuad bin fuad bin
30 October 2017 Bangladesh 2 out of 4 Question2-1 None

The pace of speech is very rapid in this response and diction is not clear, so that many of the words are not discernible and significant listener effort is required to determine meaning, where it is possible to do so. It is not clear if the speaker has distinguished that “current events” refers to news. Most sentences refer to “learning” in a general sentence. There is a contrast between internet and television, primarily based on the relative convenience of the two. Because of the lack of clarity in most of the response, the score is 2. 

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