Although there are a total of 9 Role Play Cards, only 6 different Role Plays are created; A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, & B3. Each candidate receives 2 different combinations of these 6, an A & a B. Many don’t know this, but Cambridge always follows a pattern with these Role Plays. Attached is an image which tabulates this pattern. Does anyone want to know what roles these settings ask you to assume, because I know what scenarios will be presented to candidates. I don’t want to just post this & no-one sees it, because that will be a waste. Plus, if you practise the topics covered in these settings, you have everything to gain if I’m right, & nothing to lose if I’m wrong.