CELPIP Speaking Task 2 - Taught something to someone: Game/Skill/Tradition

Describe an occasion when you taught someone something, whether it's a game, a skill, or a tradition. Share what you taught, who the learner was, and the method you used for teaching.

This task has 3 responses.

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Each response (of CLB 10) covers many unique quality ideas that are not easily found online. You will notice that the content is well-organized with different connectors, using a wide range of contextual vocabulary and grammar structures.

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Response 1 (Game):

What - Teaching a card game called "BluffMaster"
Who/Whom - Taught it to a group of friends
Why - To add excitement and laughter to our gatherings
When - Last summer during a weekend getaway

Response 2 (Skill):