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Welcome to Masood's PET.
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This web site will help you to prepare only for the third part of the PET Speaking Test. PET is short for Preliminary English Test which is held by the University of Cambridge.

This web site provides you with the flexibility you need to improve your speaking skills. We hope that you can benefit from this online resource which you can access from anywhere in the world.

In the PET Speaking Test, you work in pairs. There are four parts of the PET Speaking Test. Part 1 is on introductions, Part 2 on discussing a situation with a friend which the examiner describes to you, Part 3 is describing a photograph each and Part 4 is on talking with your friend on the theme of the photographs you describe in Part 3. The test takes about 10 to 12 minutes.

For more details on the PET Speaking Test, click on PET Overview link under Learning Resources located to your right.

If you want to begin practicing right away, please click on the Visuals for Speaking link on the left column of the page.

Click on 'About the Website' to get more information about the website.

Please feel free to e-mail your instructor Masood Abdulwahab if you have problems and need more help.

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