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EIKEN Levels without a Speaking Test
The Written Test

EIKEN Tests with a Speaking Test


A sample of the 2nd part of the EIKEN test

The EIKEN Test in Practical English Proficiency – Second Stage

The speaking test:

Eiken Questions with Sample Answers


Sample 1: “Please read the passage.”

Practical Skills

Today, practical skills such as using computers and speaking foreign languages are regarded as important. As a result, many schools are offering classes for these skills, and learning them gives students more opportunities to find jobs. However, some teachers say that students are losing interest in traditional subjects like math and history. Practical skills are useful, but studying traditional subjects is also important.


Sample Question 1:

Question: “According to the passage, how does learning practical skills help students?”


Sample Answers:

1. “By giving them more opportunities to find jobs.”

2. “By giving students more opportunities to find jobs.”

3. “Learning practical skills helps students by giving them more opportunities to find jobs.”

Answer: Audio Sample – The Student

Answer: Audio Sample – The Teacher

Pronunciation points:

Take care when saying words that begin with TH sounds like them. A common mistake is to make the TH sound sound like long Z. If you do this, the word them will sound like you are saying zem.
Also take care when saying the second last syllable of the word opportunities.


EIKEN Test 2 – Task 2

“Now, please look at the picture and describe the situation. You have 20 seconds to prepare. Your story should begin with (the sentence): One day, Mr. Suzuki was asked something in English by a customer at his bookstore.

“Please begin.”

Free EIKEN Test Lesson Sample - Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan

Student’s Answer: 

One day, Mr. Suzuki was asked something in English by a customer at his bookstore. He said to the customer, “I don’t understand English.”

A few seconds later, a worker at the store talked to the customer in English for him. Mr. Suzuki felt a little embarrassed that he could not help the customer himself.

One week later, Mr. Suzuki started attending an English language class. He hoped that he would be able to speak with customers in English in the future.

“Now, Mr. / Ms. ___, please turn over the card and put it down.”


EIKEN Test 2 – Question 2

Question: 

“Some people say that, because of computers, people spend too much time alone. What do you think about that?”

Sample Answer 1: 

“I agree. People don’t have to talk to others while using computers. They should have more face-to-face communication with others.”

Sample Answer 2:

“I don’t think so. Actually, computers make it easier for us to communicate with our friends. We can e-mail them and arrange where to meet.”


EIKEN Test 2 – Question 3

Question: 

“Today, many schools in Japan have stopped having classes on Saturdays. Do you think this is good for students?”
“If yes, why? Or if no, why not?”

Sample Answer 1: 

“Yes, because students have more time to spend with their friends. They also have time for volunteer work and club activities.”

Sample Answer 2: 

“No. Schools should give more lessons to their students. Students need to study hard to pass exams and to get jobs.”


More Pictures from the 2nd Level Test

1. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Kumiko learned about Ainu culture in her social studies class.

Eiken Test Paper

2. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Daisuke and his father were talking about going fishing on Saturday that week.

Eiken Sample

3. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Ren and Airi were talking in a cafeteria about their new science course taught in English.

Eiken Test

4. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Shota found that his baby boy had a very high temperature.

Eiken Spoken Test

5. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Erica had a severe pain in her throat.

Severe Pain Situation

6. Your story should begin with this sentence:

One day, Takashi’s parents took him to an English elementary school.

Elementary School Situation

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