Please read aloud the following five sentences in a row and find out your fluency score at the end.
(Hint: first press “RECORD” then start speaking after the beep, don’t speak too fast, nor too slow, speak in a moderate speed but speak clearly, pronounce every word properly, don’t use gap fillers)
Scoring Guide for Speaking Section
 Oral Fluency
The speaker has no smooth flow of words, takes many long pauses. Speaks slowly and takes long time to recognize the word’s pronunciation. In that process corrects the speech multiple times.
(ii) Limited Fluency:
The speaker hesitated almost every time, with no rhythm. Made many false starts and repeated many words. The flow of the words in a sentence was not acceptable and made self-correction multiple times.
(iii) Intermediate Fluency:
The speaker hesitated usually, with very odd rhythm. Made many false starts and repeated many words. The flow of words in a sentence was not acceptable and took a long pause while speaking.
(iv) Good Fluency:
The speaker hesitated at multiple places, with a little odd rhythm. Made many false starts and repeated a few words. The flow of the words in a sentence was moderately acceptable.
(v) Advanced Fluency:
The speaker hesitated at one place, with satisfactory rhythm. Made one false start and repeated one word. The flow of the words in a sentence was acceptable.
(vi) Native Fluency:
The speech is smooth and has a perfect rhythm. Appropriate divisions of a sentence was made without any hesitation and there was no false start or repetitions of words.
(i) Non-English Speaker:
The speech is not intelligible at all and the speaker did not speak in a correct order of words. Complete foreign accent and wrong pronunciations were used. The native speakers can not understand the speech without taking help from a mediator.
(ii) Disrupted Speech:
The speech is mixed accents and a few foreign words are used to complete the sentence. The native speakers can not understand the speech without taking help from a mediator.
(iii) Intermediate Speech:
The stress was placed incorrectly by the speaker and there are many errors in pronunciation of words. The native English speakers really need to take efforts to understand the speech.
(iv) Good Speech:
There are a few words mispronounced with minor errors in words sequencing. Some places an appropriate stress was not given. Native speakers need to take some efforts to understand the speech.
(v) Advanced Speech:
The speech is little distorted and most times the stress is given wherever necessary. There are no omissions of articles and all other native English speakers can understand the speech with no efforts.
(vi) Native-Like Speech:
The speech is continuous with appropriate stress given wherever necessary. There are no omissions of articles and all other native English speakers can easily understand the speech.
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