ENGLISH · EXAMS

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS: OXFORD TEST OF ENGLISH

  The Oxford English Test from Oxford University Press is a quick and efficient way to obtain English language certification for A2-B2 level and is endorsed by the University of Oxford. The Oxford exam has been developed by experts in English language teaching of the worldly renowned Oxford University Press. Like to the Linguaskill and… Continue reading OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS: OXFORD TEST OF ENGLISH

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CAMBRIDGE EXAM ENGLISH: LINGUASKILL

Linguaskill: The computer adaptive test Just like language learning, language testing is moving online. Cambridge Exam English has introduced the latest of their range of qualifications for learners of English. Part of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge Exam English helps millions of people to learn English, as well as proving their English skills through their… Continue reading CAMBRIDGE EXAM ENGLISH: LINGUASKILL

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BRITISH COUNCIL: APTIS

The APTIS is a quick and efficient way to obtain English language certification for A1-C1 level. The APTIS exam has been developed by experts in English language teaching of the worldly renowned British Council. Like to the Linguaskill and Oxford exams, it is an adaptive-test that is completely computer based and supervised by British Council… Continue reading BRITISH COUNCIL: APTIS

ENGLISH · GRAMMAR

GRAMMAR: WORD ORDER OF PROBABLY, PERHAPS AND MAYBE

When we talk about probability in English, we have several options to choose from, but one thing we must be careful with is the simple error of word order. Be careful not to make this basic mistake:   Probably Probably cannot go at the beginning of a sentence, it goes after the auxiliary verb, for… Continue reading GRAMMAR: WORD ORDER OF PROBABLY, PERHAPS AND MAYBE

ACTIVITIES · VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY ACTIVITY: JEAPODY (WORD FORMATION)

Jeapody is a well known game in the language teaching foeld that serves to test the students´knowledge of vocabulary. It can be used for phrasal verbs (Jeapody game here) or even word patterns. This is a points based activity in which the students compete against each other to see who has the best understanding of… Continue reading VOCABULARY ACTIVITY: JEAPODY (WORD FORMATION)

ENGLISH · GRAMMAR

QUESTION WORDS IN ENGLISH

A key part of holding a conversation in English is the ability to ask questions. When you can ask questions, you have the ability to guide an interaction and you can also maintain (continue) and develop (elaborate) it. What you need to take into account is that there are two types of questions: open questions… Continue reading QUESTION WORDS IN ENGLISH

ENGLISH · VOCABULARY

BUSINESS VOCABULARY

Nouns: Annual leave – I have three days annual leave left this year. Application – I have already handed in my application to APPF. Benefits – The job has many cool benefits on offer. Bonus – I get a bonus twice a year if sales go well. Boss – My boss seems like a fantastic… Continue reading BUSINESS VOCABULARY