All Your Base Remix 2001
All Your Base Remix 2001
Bale Out - RevoLucians Christian Bale Remix
Bale Out - RevoLucians Christian Bale Remix
World of Warcraft Leeroy Jenkins
World of Warcraft Leeroy Jenkins
Death Metal Dog
Death Metal Dog
Double Rainbow (Remix)
Double Rainbow (Remix)
Salad Fingers 6 - Present
Salad Fingers 6 - Present
Jesus vs. Frosty
Jesus vs. Frosty
Salad Fingers 8 - Cupboard
Salad Fingers 8 - Cupboard
Death Metal Parrot
Death Metal Parrot
Numa Numa Guy
Numa Numa Guy
The Spirit of Christmas is the name of two different animated short films made by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. They are notable for being precursors to the animated series South Park. To differentiate the two, they are often referred to as Jesus vs. Frosty (1992) and Jesus vs. Santa (1995).
Kenny was originally Cartman!
Jesus vs. Frosty begins with four boys building a snowman and, in the vein of Frosty the Snowman, putting a magic hat on it to make it come to life. Unfortunately, Frosty turns out to be evil and deranged, sprouting huge tentacles and killing the Kenny-named, Cartman-resembling boy by throwing him. This leads one of the boys to utter the first version of a line which recurs in countless South Park episodes - Oh my God! Frosty killed Kenny!
Jesus vs. Santa opens with the four boys singing - We Wish You a Merry Christmas, when suddenly Stan stops to tell Kyle he should sing Hanukkah songs instead, since -Jewish people don't celebrate Christmas! Cartman insults the song (I Have a Little Dreidel) that Kyle begins singing, and they start to argue. They are interrupted, however, when Jesus appears, asking them to take him to the mall, where they find Santa Claus.
Reporter - One resident describes her horrifying experience when she first realized the complex was on fire. br>
Sweet Brown - Well I woke up to get me a cold pop and then I thought somebody was barbequin. I said oh lord Jesus its a fire. Then I ran out, I didnt grab no shoes or nothin? lord Jesus, I ran for my life. And then the smoke gagged me, I got bronchitis aint nobody got time for that. br>
Aint nobody got time fo dat!
On November 3, 2002 a Canadian student made a video of himself swinging a golf ball retriever around as a weapon. The video was filmed at his high school studio, and the tape left in a basement. It was taped over a portion of a basketball game (as seen extremely briefly at the end of the clip). The video was discovered by a schoolmate, who showed it to his friend who created an electronic file from the video tape. The video was distributed amongst his schools students when it reached a fourth student, who uploaded it to the Internet under the title Jackass_starwars_funny.wmv. The video eventually became a viral Internet meme through P2P services. According to court transcripts, the video first appeared on the Internet on the evening of April 14, 2003.
An edited version of the video was created, adding Star Wars music, texts, and light saber special effects, such as lights and sounds. As of November 27, 2006 it was estimated by The Viral Factory that the video had been viewed over 900 million times. As of 2010, the first copy of this video that was posted on YouTube has over 20 million views.
Gary William Brolsma (born January 14, 1986. Saddle Brook, New Jersey), also known as simply The Numa Numa Guy, is an American singer who gained worldwide attention after posting onto the Internet, near the end of 2004, a webcam video of himself lip-syncing to the song Dragostea din tei by Moldovan pop band O-Zone. It was known as Numa Numa, after a phrase in the song, and became an Internet phenomenon watched by millions of people, leading to mainstream media exposure for him. He initially withdrew from the attention, but returned with a band and a new video New Numa in the late summer of 2006 and began to do interviews.
Gangnam Style is a K-pop single by the South Korean musician PSY. The song was released in July 2012 as the lead single of his sixth studio album PSY 6 (Six Rules), Part 1, and debuted at number one on South Koreas Gaon Chart. On December 21, 2012, Gangnam Style became the first YouTube video to reach a billion views. As of March 7, 2013, the music video has been viewed over 1.393 billion times on YouTube, and it is the sites most watched video after surpassing Justin Biebers single - Baby.
Chocolate Rain is a song and music video by Tay Zonday. After being posted on YouTube on April 22, 2007, the song quickly became popular. As of February 2013 it has been watched over 89 million times, the music video portrays a bespectacled Zonday in a recording studio wearing a white T-shirt and singing into a condenser microphone. Occasional cutbacks to Zonday playing a digital piano are also shown. A caption appears early in the video - **I move away from the mic to breathe in - which has been parodied many times. Chocolate Rain is ranked as the hottest viral video of summer 2007 by CTV. and as the second greatest viral video in the world by utalkmarketing.com. It was awarded the 2007 YouTube Award in the category Music.
I Got a Crush... on Obama is an Internet viral video, first posted on YouTube in June 2007 featuring a young woman seductively singing of her love for then-U.S. Senator (later President) Barack Obama. Produced by BarelyPolitical.com, actress and model Amber Lee Ettinger lip-synched the song for the video, and Leah Kauffman (of My Box in a Box fame) provided the vocals.
Battle at Kruger is an eight-minute amateur wildlife video that depicts an unfolding confrontation between a herd of Cape buffalo, a small pride of lions, and one or two crocodiles. The video was shot in September 2004 at the Transport Dam watering hole in Kruger National Park, South Africa, during a safari guided by Frank Watts. It was filmed by videographer David Budzinski and photographer Jason Schlosberg.
Dick in a Box is a song by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island featuring singers Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg. The song and music video debuted on Saturday Night Live as an SNL Digital Short on December 16, 2006. The video depicts two early 1990s R&B ballad singers (Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake) crooning a holiday song about making a gift for their girlfriends of their penises which they have wrapped in boxes (strategically placed) and topped with bows.
Motherlover is a song by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island featuring singer Justin Timberlake. The song and music video debuted on Saturday Night Live as an SNL Digital Short on May 9, 2009. A sequel of the collaborators earlier short, Dick in a Box, the song finds the two early 1990s R&B ballad singers (Andy Samberg and Timberlake) singing of their desire to have sex with each others mothers (Patricia Clarkson and Susan Sarandon) as the ultimate tribute to Mothers Day.
Lazy Sunday is a song and short video by American comedy troupe The Lonely Island, released on December 17, 2005, broadcast on Saturday Night Live as the second Digital Short. Primarily performed by Andy Samberg and fellow cast member Chris Parnell, the song and accompanying music video follow the two comedians as they eat cupcakes from the Magnolia Bakery, buy snacks at a convenience store, and smuggle the food into a Sunday afternoon matinee of The Chronicles of Narnia.
On May 19, 2012, Samberg and Parnell collaborated on "Lazy Sunday 2", which starts off similarly to the first one, with more modern references such as Siri, and seeing Sister Act on Broadway instead of Narnia. However, in the middle of a song, Samberg and Parnell transform the song into a darker dubstep rap song.
Leeroy Jenkins, sometimes misspelled Leroy Jenkins and often elongated with numerous additional letters, is an Internet meme named for a player character created by Ben Schulz in Blizzard Entertainments MMORPG, World of Warcraft. The character became popular due to a video of the game that circulated around the Internet. The phenomenon has since spread beyond the boundaries of the gaming community into other online and mainstream media.
The August 2005 issue of PC Gamer UK featured an article on the video, titled The Ballad of Leeroy Jenkins. The article took the position that the video was designed as a negative commentary on the kind of nerd-guilds that meticulously and statistically plan out raids with all the seriousness of actual military tactics. They added that they felt Leeroy is in fact the hero of the piece, acting against the geekiness of his guild.
Nyan Cat is the name of a YouTube video, uploaded in April 2011, which became an Internet meme. The video merged a Japanese pop song with an animated cartoon cat with the body of a Pop-Tart, flying through space, and leaving a rainbow trail behind it. The video ranked at number 5 on the list of most viewed YouTube videos in 2011.
On May 25th, 2011 YouTuber pekaga uploaded a video titled Citizens angered Markos featuring an old man from the city of Rethymnon, Crete that interrupted an interview discussing the Greek uprisings of late May and early June of 2011. The original video is also entitled Greek Grandpa Troll. This video is a great warmer to teach animals sounds, aging, and comedy.
Original Transcript goes - Interviewee- There are millions of reasons, not just one (he is mad at the Greek governments policy). br>
Markos- (creeping from behind) Meow! br>
Interviewee- Thanassis (Greek name, he is refering to the average Greek civilian) is not waking up neither is he going to wake up. br>
Markos- Arf! Arf! Meow! Meow! br>
Interviewee- The Greeks are sleeping with their shoes on. br>
Markos- Oink! Oink! Oink! (quieter as leaving) --shame on us. br>
Interviewee- They are masochists! The more they vote, they more they get tortured. br>
Double Rainbow refers to a viral video posted by former MMA fighter Paul Bear Vasquez. The clip, filmed in his front yard just outside Yosemite National Park, in the U.S. state of California, chronicles his sighting of and Stendhal syndrome-like reaction to a double rainbow. As of September 15, 2012, the video has more than 35,173,300 views on YouTube.
On July 5, 2010, the Gregory Brothers auto-tuned the video under the name Double Rainbow Song. Their video has since gotten over 30 million views and has become a viral video in itself, almost surpassing the original in number of views. The song has been covered by the likes of Amanda Palmer, Jimmy Fallon (as Neil Young) and also the Axis of Awesome during a live recording of a charity show in the UK.
The video of the interview caught attention because of the passionate and flamboyant style of his delivery, speaking directly to the camera, in which he directly addressed his neighborhoods residents as well as the attempted rapist, and his use of street vernacular. The reactions were mixed. Some local viewers phoned the TV station to complain that interviews with people such as Dodson reflected poorly on the community, whereupon the station defended broadcasting the interview by stating that censoring such people is far worse. Jonathan Capehart, editorial page writer for The Washington Post, wrote that Dodson became an instant Internet sensation because in this age of fake reality TV, he puts the real in reality, to which he later added that Dodson is one of the strongest people we have seen in a while.
Kevin Antoine Dodson (born June 27, 1986) is an Internet celebrity, singer, and actor. In 2010, while a resident of the Lincoln Park housing project in Huntsville, Alabama, he gave an interview on local television news prompted by the report of a house intrusion and attempted rape of his sister, Kelly Dodson. The interview became an Internet sensation and resulted in an Auto-Tuned song by The Gregory Brothers that has sold thousands of copies on iTunes and appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 list.
Dodson was interviewed for the Today Show on NBC on August 26, 2010 about his new-found Web superstardom. On the program, Dodsons YouTube video was called one of the most watched online videos ever, with the hosts noting it had already been viewed more than 16 million times as of that date. Dodson has done radio shows in Australia, has fans in London and is now widely recognized in his hometown of Huntsville.
Adult language warning! Excluding major label music videos, Dodsons song was the most viewed YouTube video of 2010. It was chosen as the Meme of the Year in the 2010 Urlies – both as the Peoples Choice and the Editors Choice – while the original video of Dodsons television interview was the Video of the Year – Peoples Choice.
Rejected is an animated short comedy film by Don Hertzfeldt that was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2000. It received 27 awards from film festivals around the world. Rejected has a cult following and has grown into a pop culture icon that is frequently quoted or referenced. In 2009, it was the only short film named as one of the Films of the Decade by Salon.com In 2010, it was noted as one of the five most innovative animated films of the past ten years by The Huffington Post.
Salad Fingers is a post-apocalyptic psychological horror Flash cartoon series originally created by British cartoonist David Firth in July 2004. It gained rapid internet popularity in 2005. The San Francisco Chronicle ranked it in the Top 10 pop culture phenomena for that year.
The cartoon revolves around the eponymous Salad Fingers, a thin, green, mentally troubled man who inhabits a desolate world. Already a well-known Flash animation series available on the internet, Salad Fingers premiered in Australia at the 2007 Sydney Underground Film Festival at the Factory Theatre. The first seven episodes were shown back to back, along with a variety of other animated short films, during the Re-Animation session.
Salad Fingers has a get-together with his friends —finger puppets— whom Salad Fingers introduces as Hubert Cumberdale, Marjory Stewart-Baxter and Jeremy Fisher. He appears to believe that his friends are real, living beings. Wondering what his friends taste like, he briefly inserts them into his mouth, exclaiming that Marjory Stewart-Baxter tastes like sunshine dust, while Hubert Cumberdale tastes like soot and poo. Salad Fingers then tells them that he has a fish cooking in the oven and speaks a nonsensical phrase in French - Alors, Nabilah, Comment t-appelles-tu? Qu-est-ce qu-il y a? This roughly translates to - So, Nabilah, What is your name? What is up (or What is the matter)? (Nabilah is a popular first name in Algeria). In the next scene, a frightened child responds to Salad Fingers call for help. Salad Fingers cannot reach the fish cooking in his oven and asks the child to get it for him. As the child reaches into the oven, Salad Fingers sees a rusty nail jutting out of the wall and reaches to caress i
Salad Fingers is playing with nettles and has irritated blisters all over his hands. He then comes across an empty perambulator, which he refers to as a nettle carrier and then leaves with it. A deformed armless man wearing an apron labeled BBQ appears and chases after Salad Fingers, screaming and babbling unintelligibly. Salad Fingers is sitting on the floor at his home and brushing the nettle over his nipple (while appearing to have an orgasm), which makes him lactate, and says It seems... Nettles... have made the milk... drop out... from inside my teat!, when the armless man runs to Salad Fingers house and begins to bang his head on the door.
Salad Fingers wears a beret and declares that he is going to try and find France. However, he is frightened by a mutated boy with disproportionately large eyeballs that has been watching him for a while. Salad Fingers becomes uncomfortable with the childs proximity and begins to leave. The boy, who speaks only in growls and grunts, approaches Salad Fingers, having apparently fallen in love with him. Salad Fingers holds out his hand to stop the boy coming closer, but the boy licks his hand, much to Salad Fingers disgust. Inside his house, Salad Fingers sees a gray woodlouse coming out from a hole in the wall. He addresses the bug as Bordois and his little sister.
Salad Fingers talks to an apparently broken and disconnected phone, asking the operator to connect him to his old pal Charlie so he can invite him to a picnic, but only garbled noises are heard. Whilst describing the picnic fare, Salad Fingers rubs his stomach in hunger, then claims to have been rudely disconnected. Hubert Cumberdale is on one of the fingers on Salad Fingers other hand, but he seems dismayed to see him. Instead of referring to him as Hubert, he calls him Barbara Logan-Price, and gives him a friend-hat, which is a miniature captains hat.
The episode begins with Salad Fingers walking about his house. He sees Hubert Cumberdale on top of a cupboard, and instructs the finger puppet to come down at once. Hubert turns into a black, viscous, and apparently caustic fluid and oozes down the cupboard. A silhouette is then seen walking through the house and Salad Fingers asks if somebody is there; it is, in fact, the Jeremy Fisher puppet on his finger. Salad Fingers remarks that he thought Jeremy was out fighting the Great War. Jeremy Fisher/Salad Fingers responds in garbled gibberish which Fingers cannot understand, musing that Fisher seems to have adopted a strange dialect.
As Salad Fingers is digging holes outside with his finger puppets, occasionally tasting the sand (which he calls floor sugar), he finds the decomposing torso of an old corpse. Salad Fingers immediately recognizes the cadaver as Kenneth, his younger brother who is back from the previously mentioned Great War on shore leave. Salad Fingers pulls the gruesome, dismembered corpse out of the hole, saying it was rude of him to leave for the Great War without him, but promises to draw him a hot bath.
Salad Fingers is sitting in his armchair, trying to tune his radio which he calls Roger. If he is lucky, Salad Fingers says he may chance upon a broadcast from Croxley, which so happens to be a small town in Hertfordshire. After feeding Roger his sustenance (which seems to be marbles, peas, rocks or beans), it begins to emit a strange, piercing frequency. A gurgling sound comes from Salad Fingers own stomach, insinuating upset in reaction to the unpleasant frequencies coming from the radio. He decides to wait out the tormenting event in his safety cupboard.
Rickrolling is an Internet meme involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song Never Gonna Give You Up. The meme is a bait and switch; a person provides a hyperlink seemingly relevant to the topic at hand, but actually leads to Astleys video. The link can be masked or obfuscated in some manner so that the user cannot determine the true destination of the link without clicking. People led to the music video are said to have been rickrolled. Rickrolling has extended beyond web links to playing the video or song disruptively in other situations, including public places, such as a live appearance of Astley himself in the 2008 Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. The meme has helped to revive Astleys career.
The 4-minute video shot by experimental video artist Matthias Fritsch at the Fuckparade on 8 July 2000 begins with the title Kneecam No. 1 and shows a bare-chested man wearing a Thor hammer pendant grabbing the arms of and pointing his finger at another man who has just shoved a woman, drinking from a bottle of water offered to him inverted by another man, then dancing down Rosenthaler Straße to techno music. Fritsch intended it to raise questions of whether the action was real or staged.
Dramatic Chipmunk, also known by the more accurate title Dramatic Prairie Dog, is a popular Internet comedy viral video. The video is a five-second clip of the chipmunk (actually a prairie dog) turning its head while the camera zooms in and dramatic music is played. The clip became widely known through uploads on YouTube and CollegeHumor on June 19, 2007. An earlier and identical version, titled as Dramatic Look, had been uploaded to YouTube on June 6, 2007.
The clip of the prairie dog is from the Japanese television show Hello! Morning featuring Minimoni. The clip has a prairie dog inside a transparent box being shown to the hosts in the studio. CollegeHumor also released a longer clip under the title Undramatic Chipmunk, showing how the video looked in the original Japanese version.
The audio used in Dramatic Chipmunk is taken from the score of the 1974 Mel Brooks film Young Frankenstein, which was composed by two-time Oscar nominee (and longtime Brooks collaborator) John Morris, and orchestrated by Morris and EGOT recipient Jonathan Tunick. It uses three dramatic chords (A minor, C# minor, and E minor) performed in full orchestral tutti, and has a rumble of thunder in the background. The "chipmunk" turns its head and stares at the camera while the music is played.
This is a satire of the original video from the Japanese TV show called Hello. In this video, dramatic chipmunk gets his revenge for being called a chipmunk... because it is actually a prairie dog.
Since release of the original, the video has received over thirty million views. People Magazine named the Dramatic Chipmunk as one of The 10 Wildest YouTube Stars of 2007.
All your base are belong to us (often shortened to All Your Base, AYBABTU, or simply AYB) is an Engrish (broken English) phrase that became an Internet phenomenon or meme. The text comes from the opening cutscene of the 1991 European Sega Mega Drive version of the video game Zero Wing by Toaplan, which was poorly translated from the original Japanese version.
The meme developed from this as the result of a GIF animation depicting the opening text which was initially popularized on the Something Awful message forums.
Here is the original poorly-translated transcript from the Sega Mega Drive, Zero Wing. br>
Mechanic- Somebody set up us the bomb. br>
Operator- Main screen turn on. br>
CATS- All your base are belong to us. br>
CATS- You have no chance to survive make your time. br>
Captain- Move ZIG. br>
Captain- For great justice. br>
Christian Bale- Am I going to walk around and rip your **** lights down, in the middle of a scene? Then why the **** are you walking right through? Ah-da-da-dah, like this in the background. What the **** is it with you? What don't you **** understand? You got any **** idea about, hey, it's **** distracting having somebody walking up behind Bryce in the middle of the **** scene? Give me a **** answer! What don't you get about it? br>
Shane Hurlbut- I was looking at the light. br>
Bale- Ohhhhh, goooood for you. And how was it? I hope it was **** good, because it's useless now, isn't it? br>
Hurlbut- OK. br>
Bale- **** sake man, youre amateur. McG, you got **** something to say to this prick? br>
Director Joseph McGinty Nichol- I didn't see it happen. br>
Bale- Well, somebody should be **** watching and keeping an eye on him. br>
McG- Fair enough. br>
Bale- Its the second time that he doesn't give a **** about what is going on in front of the camera, all right? I'm trying to **** do a scene here, and I am going -Why the **** is Shane walking in there? What is he doing there? Do you understand my mind is not in the scene if you're doing that? br>
Hurlbut- I absolutely apologise. I'm sorry, I did not mean anything by it. br>
Bale- Stay off the **** set man. For **** sake. Alright, let's go again. br>
McG- Let's just take a minute. br>
Bale- Let's not take a **** minute, lets go again. br>
Bale- I'm going to **** kick your **** ass if you don't shut up for a second! All right? br>
Unknown voices: Christian, Christian. It's cool. br>
Bale- I'm going to go... Do you want me to **** go trash your lights? br>
Do you want me to **** trash em? Then why are you trashing my scene? br>
Hurlbut- I'm not trying to trash your scene. br>
Bale- You are trashing my scene! br>
Hurlbut- Christian, I was only... br>
Bale- You do it one more **** time and I aint walking on this set if youre still hired. Im **** serious. You're a n
Bale Out- RevoLucians Christian Bale Remix! is a satirical dance remix by American composer Lucian Piane, also known as RevoLucian, released on February 2, 2009, to YouTube and Myspace.
The day after its release, the YouTube page for the song had been viewed over 200,000 times, and over a million times by February 5, 2009. The Associated Press called it a hypnotic dance track, and United Press International noted it was catchy, characterizing it as a YouTube sensation. Gil Kaufman of MTV.com described the piece as a techno-ripping, demonic dance party.
Dancing Banana – A banana dancing to the song "Peanut Butter Jelly Time" by the Buckwheat Boyz. Perhaps one of the most annoying of the viral videos, it has appeared on the TV hit Family Guy. This meme has fast faded from popular culture, but may definitely be reference in the future, as the main staple of American school children is peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
This video shows a dancing mascot at a baseball game. Players seem unfazed ignoring the mascot going ape-shit dancing. Actually, quite a good fit with the music. Mr. Banana makes an epic exit off of the field at the end. Other great videos exist with a guy in a banana costume like this standing still and scaring passers-by.
Keyboard Cat is an Internet meme. It consists of a video from 1984 of Fatso, a cat owned by Charlie Schmidt of Spokane, Washington, United States, wearing a blue shirt (belonging to Schmidts son Cody, who was a baby at the time) and playing an upbeat rhythm on an electronic keyboard. In reality, Fatso, who lived until 1987, was manipulated by Schmidt. The video of Fatso was posted to YouTube under the title charlie schmidts cool cats in June 2007. Schmidt later changed the title to Charlie Schmidts Keyboard Cat (THE ORIGINAL).
Later, Brad OFarrell obtained Schmidts permission to reuse the footage, appending it to the end of a blooper video to play that person offstage after the mistake or gaffe in a similar manner as getting the hook in the days of vaudeville. The appending of Schmidts video to other blooper and other viral videos became popular, with such videos usually accompanied with the title Play Him Off, Keyboard Cat or a variant. Keyboard Cat was ranked #2 on Current TVs list of 50 Greatest Viral Videos.
An evil rooster belches out an ungodly death scream for nearly half a minute, which is a perfect harmony to be accompanied by fast-paced drumming, blaring electric guitars, and thudding base in a medieval minor goolash of mayhem and madness. Though not a major viral hit, it is excellently excellent. Learn to listen to heavy metal to improve your English!
This video show a parrot headbanging to a thrash metal song. This video shows how animals can enjoy the wonders of heavy metal, while more lame humans prefer the melodies of Double Rainbow guy and Rick Roll. Other videos cut off at the end of the video, so music is likely edited in afterwards. Regardless, it is still impressive. If you can understand what heavy metal singers sing, your English is pretty damn good! That is the ultimate test!
An angry dog chomping away at its owner. I never thought these little shaggy floor dusters were so vicious. Do not piss off one of these things. They are at ball-jumping height. Wear protective gear, and do not rub your crotch in steak sauce before you go to your grandmothers house. These are ninja guard dogs, wolves in wolves clothing.
The Three Wolf Moon T-shirt gained popularity after attracting ironic reviews on Amazon.com attributing great power to it such as being irresistible to women, striking fear into other males and having magical healing abilities. These reviews were made mainly by members of the Bodybuilding.com Misc section members. Brian Govern, a law student at Rutgers University, was searching for a school book on Amazon and was led to The Three Wolf Moon T-shirt by an Amazon recommendation which had been targeted at students purchasing college semester books. He decided to write a review of the shirt on a whim as he did not actually own the shirt. His faux-serious review as Bee-Dot-Govern in November 2008 concluded- br>
Pros- Fits my girthy frame, has wolves on it, attracts women br>
Cons- Only 3 wolves (could probably use a few more on the guns), cannot see wolves when sitting with arms crossed, wolves would have been better if they glowed in the dark. br>
Test - IELTS
Part - Speaking
You should know-
-Which tense to use
-Write notes according to the prompts
Test - IELTS
Part - Speaking
Do not give one word answers! Expand your answers. Try not to let the test giver speak! Keep speaking!
Remember that people say Maths in England, not Math.