The GCAS tests your ability to speak English in business situations. If you are taking the test, tell your teacher. They will help you prepare.
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I was given advice many years ago. It has helped me greatly. If you are taking a speaking or writing test, it can help you, too.
If you practice writing slowly, you will likely keep writing slowly. To speed up, try timed writing.
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This is a fantastic student answer to the GBC question: "Some non-native speakers tend to be silent in meetings in which foreigners are present. Do you agree? Why do you think this is?"