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Advanced (CAE) preparation

Advanced (CAE) preparation

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Grades 10-12: Advanced GESE Advanced stage exams are for people with ‘advanced/proficient’ English language ability. At these grades, the candidate is expected to understand fully the examiner’s contributions and demonstrate accurate use of a wide variety of complex language. They need to express themselves spontaneously and fluently, and maintain and develop the discussion independently. Exam structure The exam takes the form of an unscripted conversation and a listening task with a Trinity examiner and lasts for 25 minutes. There are five parts to the exam:

British Embassy Cairo Visas For information on whether you require a visa for the United Kingdom and how to apply go to the UK Border Agency website With immediate effect; all UK visa applications submitted in Egypt must include: *A photocopy as well as the original of all supporting documents being submitted as part of the application *A photocopy of the biographical page of each of the applicant’s passports (the page that includes the photograph) and all pages of the passport(s) that contain endorsements (visas, entry and exit stamps, and visa acceptance or refusal stamps). If you are submitting an important document as part of a visit application and you would like that document returned to you, please inform the application centre staff when you are submitting your application. All photocopies should be clearly legible and on A4 white paper (unless legal documents) and accompanied by an English translation if the original document is not in English. 3- Two signed copies of the printed application form.

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) Test Prep exercises The following quizzes and exercises are to help you prepare for Cambridge Advanced examination. Paper One - Reading and Use of English Part 1 - Multiple Choice Cloze The first part of the Reading and Use of English paper in the Cambridge Advanced Examination is multiple choice cloze where you have to choose the correct word from four similar given words. This is a test of your vocabulary knowledge primarily, your ability to use the correct word (noun, verb, adjective) depending on context. ESL EFL exercises with answers as preparation for Cambridge Certificate Advanced English CAE,Paper 3,Use of English From the words listed below, choose the ones which best fit the space, A, B, C or D. Parrots and macaws have become so (01)......... that special varieties of these birds are (02) ......... up to £9,000 each on the black market in Britain. Macaws from Brazil cost from £1,000 and parrots from Australia can cost £7,500 a pair. The demand for parrots, cockatoos and macaws has led to a (03)......... increase in thefts from zoos, wildlife parks and pet shops.

I'm a superhero! I can ... Page in Japanese Target Language: I can.. Target Grade: Kindergarten to Elem 5 This song is on CD9 and in the Download Pack These cards are now included in the Laminated Card Pack C How to teach .... CAE/ADVANCED (C1) SPEAKING (PART 1): STARTER QUESTIONS – INTERCAMBIO IDIOMAS ONLINE At advanced level candidates need to be able to speak about familiar and unfamiliar topics. They should be able to express themselves with ease and have a good control of both simple and complex grammar forms. See our post on Speaking for Cambridge exams (HERE) The DIFFICULT part about the C1 exam is that the units of study are not fixed; anything can be in the exam. The lucky part is knowing all of the information in each part and using your skills to talk about unfamiliar topics.

Cambridge ESOL English Exercises Practise for your Cambridge ESOL Exams with our free exercises below. You will find various types of exercise from the Use of English sections of these exams to help you prepare for First Certificate in English (FCE), Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). These free exercises have an optional time limit so you can test yourself in similar conditions to the exam: you will see a timer that counts down to zero; when it reaches zero your exercise will be automatically submitted. You can pause or switch off the timer if you wish. The exercises on these pages were all written by International House Bristol staff and you will not find the same exercises on any other website or in any coursebook.

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Writing corner (FCE/CAE) Paper 2: WRITING consists of two different parts to be completed in 1 hour 20 minutes Part 1 is compulsory. Candidates are given input in the form of an essay title to respond to, along with accompanying notes to guide their writing.In Part 2 candidates choose one from a choice of three questions. They are expected to be able to write text types such as an article, a formal or informal letter/email, a review or a report. ✔ Read first the DOs and DONTs! and Free Online Lessons in English Grammar, Vocabulary and Phrases Select an exercise below to practise your grammar, vocabulary and use of phrases. They are organised into three levels: Elementary: suitable for students from levels A2 to B1 on the CEF (Common European Framework) Intermediate: suitable for students from B1 to B2 on the CEF Advanced: suitable for students from C1 and C2 on the CEF The exercises on these pages were all written by International House Bristol staff and you will not find the same exercises on any other site or in any coursebook. Find out more about our General English courses.

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