Google. Google. Entrada primaria 2014 - Google Search. Preliminary English Test (PET): Practice Tests and Exercises from Flo-Joe. Welcome to Flo-Joe's new preparation area for the Cambridge Preliminary English Test (PET).
Here you'll find information about the exam, practice tests, vocabulary exercises and grammar activities to help you succeed in your exam preparation. Come back regularly as we'll be adding more materials every week! Each week on Flo-Joe If you haven't tried our practice materials for the Cambridge Preliminary English Test yet, see how we plan to help you below. Vocabulary Each week we'll publish a new set of lessons to help you learn the vocabulary around a different subject. Grammar Practice We'll publish a new set of lessons every week to help you practise grammar. Google. PET listening test, part 1 - Free Practice - B1 level. PART 1 (EXAM 1) - LISTENING - PET CAMBRIDGE PRELIMINARY ENGLISH TEST. PART 1 (EXAM 1) - READING - PET CAMBRIDGE PRELIMINARY ENGLISH TEST. PET Reading Practice Tests. Here are some more materials to help you improve your reading skills and get the highest scores possible in your PET Reading practice tests.
Synonyms and the Multiple Choice Cloze In Part 5 of the PET Reading Paper you complete a text with ten missing words. You have to choose one word from a choice of four (A, B, C or D). These missing words will often be synonyms, words that have a similar meaning like 'cheap' and 'inexpensive'. These quizzes will give you practice in the use of synonyms. Clive's Wonderful English Pages: PET Speaking Exam Practice. PART 1 : PERSONAL INFORMATION (2-3 minutes) In PART 1 you have to: *Give personal information.
*Ask and answer questions about your family, studies, home town, free time, job. *Spell a word.USEFUL LANGUAGE:'Where are you from? ''I’m from the Spanish enclave of Melilla, in North Africa'. In PART 2 you have to: *Talk about a situation which is illustrated on a sheet of paper. ∙ Listen carefully to the examiner’s instructions and focus on the picture in the middle, which gives the key to the situation ∙ Use the pictures round the outside as ideas for your discussion. . ∙ Think about the type of situation – is it directly about you or a third person? ∙ Start the discussion immediately, DON’T waste time by giving the background to the situation ∙ Give reasons for your opinions/ideas. PET Speaking Practice - Visuals for Speaking.
PART 3 AND 4 (EXAM 1) - CAE SPEAKING, SET OF IMAGES - CAMBRIDGE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH. Describing a photo. Preliminary English Test (PET) Speaking Part 2 Practice Test. Speaking Part 2 Part 2 of the PET Speaking exam lasts about 2-3 minutes.
The examiner will describe a situation to you and your partner and give you both some visuals. You will have to share your opinions with your partner about the task and try to make a decision. Try a Part 2 practice test below. More PET Speaking Practice Tests We'll be adding more PET Speaking Part 2 practice tests soon. PET Speaking Practice Test Part 1 In Part 1 of the Speaking test the examiner will ask you a few easy questions to find out more about you. PET Speaking Practice Test Part 2 In Part 2 of the Speaking test you are given a task and talk with your partner to try to make a decision. PET Speaking Practice Test Part 3 In Part 3 of the Speaking test you talk about a picture on your own for about 1 minute. PET Speaking Practice - Example. PET Speaking - Part 3 of the Speaking Test Example Let's begin by imagining that Mariam and Fatima, two Diploma Year 3 students at Dubai Women's College are giving the PET Speaking Test.
They have just finished the first and the second part of the test. Read below what the instructor says in the third part of the test. Instructor speaks to both students: "I'd like each of you to talk on your own about something. Click here if you wish to listen to the above instructions. Mariam speaks for about a minute. What did Mariam say? Present Progressive.