The Cambrdge B1 listening exam lasts for 20-25 minutes and consists of 4 parts. Listening Exam Advice “The value of repetition as a means of achieving fluency has also been acknowledged in the recent literature on task-based learning. When learners repeat a task, even a relatively long time after its first performance, gains have… Continue reading LISTENING – Preliminary (B1) Cambridge Exam English
Listening: FIRST CERTIFICATE EXAM The listening exam is made up of 4 parts. There is a maximum score of 30 points and you need 18 correct to be able to pass. The exam lasts for about 40 minutes. You will listen to each part of the exam twice and there is a… Continue reading LISTENING – FCE (B2) Improving your grade
There is a great deal of information on the internet about the best methods of improving your vocabulary, but how do you select the most appropriate method of learning new words? What you need to remember is that everyone has their own way of Learning and you need to work out how you personally learn… Continue reading How to improve your vocabulary using what you already know!
Grammar structures are the framework for the way we use language and it is always good to have a clear understanding of how it works. You should not focus so much on learning fixed grammar structures, but learn through examples and maybe fixed phrases to enhance your vocabulary and make it easier to recall, for… Continue reading GRAMMAR STRUCTURES – FREE STUDY MATERIAL IN PDF
TRY OUR 20 NEW REPHRASING QUESTIONS IN PDF HERE The rephrasing part of the B1 exam is part of the reading and writing task in the exam. To see the reference for these parts of the exam see: Reading How to do the reading part of the exam B1 (Preliminary Cambridge Exam) – CONTAINS A FREE MOCK EXAM… Continue reading How to do rephrasing B1 (Preliminary English Test) – FREE PDF QUESTIONS
What do you have to do in the B2 FCE exam? The use of English and reading parts of the exams are joined. There are 7 tasks in total and the exam lasts for 1.15 minutes. You can do them in any order. My suggestion is to begin with what you find easiest; this… Continue reading HOW TO PASS THE USE OF ENGLISH AND READING PART OF THE FCE (B2) – INCLUDES FREE MOCK EXAM
The reading and writing tests are joined in the Preliminary English exam. You have 1:30 minutes to do all of the exam. It consists of: – 5 reading parts. SEE How to do the reading part of the exam B1 (Preliminary Cambridge Exam) – 5 rephrasing questions (see How to do rephrasing B1). How to do rephrasing… Continue reading How to write a letter that will get you a perfect score in the B1 (PRELIMINARY CAMBRIDGE EXAM)