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B2 (FCE) LEARNING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

B2 (FCE) LEARNING AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Example: Would you say that you were a good student as a teenager?

 

  1. Why is getting a good education so important in this day and age?
  2. Do you tend to pick things up with ease?
  3. How can teaching-learning resources, such as computer games enhance the learning process?
  4. What subject or language do you need to brush up on?
  5. Is it a good idea to get a degree? Why (not)?
  6. Which is more useful, a vocational or academic degree?
  7. Have you ever done a work placement as part of a course?
  8. What can young people pick up or learn while living abroad?
  9. If you could learn something new, anything in the world, what would you choose?
  10. Are you into learning languages independently?
  11. Many people tend to stay in their comfort zone with regards to education, why can this be detrimental to progress?
  12. Learning a language is an art form and not an exact science, why can this make them challenging to learn?
  13. Do you know anyone who has ever studies abroad?
  14. What can be learnt as a result of failure?
  15. What types of things do you find challenging to learn?

 

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To improve the way you speak about learning, try to incorporate these phrases and phrasal verbs, see our post of word patterns HERE and phrasal verbs HERE:

have a good grasp of somthing – know something well/badly

brush up on something – improve at something

pick something up – learn something with little effort

cram for an exam – study a lot at the last minute

get a good mark in an exam – achieve a good score

do an assignment – do a project or piece of work

go over something – review

get by in something – know how to do something in a basic way

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