Appendices Appendix A: Description of the speaking task used in Study One The guided role play task was accompanied by the following role descriptions (the examiner-interlocutor assumed Candidate B's role in the individual mode): Candidate A You and your friend (the other candidate) would like to take your penfriend from Britain somewhere in the afternoon/evening. You like listening to pop music, and there is a band in the town playing at 9 p.m. tonight. Your pen- friend likes sports, music and watching TV. With your Hungarian friend make a programme for the three of you for this afternoon and evening. Candidate B You and your friend (the other candidate) would like to take your penfriend from Britain somewhere in the afternoon/evening. You play football, and your favourite football team is having a match this evening at 8 p.m. Your penfriend likes sports, music and watching TV. With your Hungarian friend make a programme for the three of you for this afternoon and evening. 171 Appendix B: Transcription notations used in Study One Transcription notation: // overlapping turns end of overlaps no gap between utterances micropause short ++ somewhat longer pause +++ a long pause we::11 the colon indicates that the syllable is lengthened WOW capital letters indicate loudness stress underlined words are stressed rising intonation slightly rising intonation, speaker is continuing emphatic tone ) can't hear the passage (( non-verbal sounds, e.g. cough/ laughter egy italicised words are in Hungarian 172 Appendix C: Transcription of the oral performances in Study One...
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