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Reported Speech Exercises

Reported Speech Exercises Here's a list of all the reported speech exercises on this site: (Click here to read the explanations about reported speech) Reported Statements: Reported Questions: Reported Orders and Requests: Reported Requests and Orders Exercise (intermediate) (in PDF here) Mixed Exercises: Return to reported speech explanations from reported speech exercises. LoginSubscribe to PEG+What's New?

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Conditionals What will happen...? ESL/EFL Speaking Activity - Elementary - 30 Minutes Students practice making first (real) conditional sentences through this inventive board game. ESL Teacher Handouts, Grammar Worksheets and Printables Free English grammar and vocabulary worksheets and printable handouts, for English language and English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers and instructors to use in the classroom or other teaching environment. Get our ESL handouts newsfeed: Beginner English Handouts Adjectives and Adverbs 10 Conditional Activities - Teaching Resources for ESL/EFL Classes Refers to an imaginary or hypothetical past and consequence. Changing the Past Look at a news article about Lady Diana’s death. Ask students 'what if' questions, for example, what if the driver had not been drunk; what if they had not been chased by the paparazzi…etc.

THE FCE BLOG by Claudia Ceraso: Paper 2 ARTICLES fceblog Sample Answers Awards The fceblog is pleased to announce the winners of the first edition of the Sample Answers Awards. The student judges –whose articles were also scrutinised- have had a hard time deciding on the three best pieces out of twelve contestants. Evaluation was done in class. FCE Listening Archives - How to Pass the FCE Exam We are continuing with our tips and advice series and will look at the Cambridge FCE Listening Paper 1 again. In this article, we are starting with a NEW FREE FCE Practice Test which you … Tips and advice on how to do the FCE Listening Paper, Part 3. We have also included a Practice Test for the FCE Listening. Tips and advice on how to do the FCE Listening Paper, Part 1.

FCE Speaking Part 2 - FCE Pass Have a look at our free FCE Speaking part 2 useful phrases and tips below and compare the photos using the structures below. What is it? In the second part of the speaking exam the examiner will ask you to compare two photos and will expect you to use comparatives, superlatives and other grammatical structures to give your opinion on what you see. Below we have included some photos to practice! How long is it?

Objective: First Certificate (FCE) Homework & Readings (FCE Set book 2009) Unit 21: page 136, act. 2 & page 137, act. 6.Unit 20: page 131, act. 4 (further practice on gerunds vs infinitives). Concerning the set book. FCE Reading Part 1 - FCE Pass Try the free FCE Reading part 1 practice test below by answering all the questions! Please read the text below and answer the questions below. The start of the year always fills me with dread. After the family get-togethers, joyous celebrations, underwhelming present giving ceremonies and the rambunctious New Year parties going back to work always feels like a drag. But for 90% of the population, going back to work after the New Year break is the time of highest productivity.

Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) games/ worksheets Stacks of pdfs and other teaching ideas. If you find anything useful here and want more, please support TEFLtastic. Updated 1 January 2018 Articles on all parts of the FCE exam “She Smiled And Walked Away” – Cambridge English: First For Schools Story Writing – Get into English For the Cambridge: First For Schools [formerly FCE] writing exam, you might be asked to write a story in 140-190 words. Here’s an example below with some tips on what to consider when writing your cool story. 2015 Update

FCE Speaking Test Part 3 Useful Phrases (with examples) — FCE Exam Tips Getting Started Which one shall we start with?What do you think, Bob?Bob, I think you know a lot about [topic]. How To Write A Report For New FCE Exam How to write a report for the New FCE exam? Here’s a sample topic that has been divided into paragraphs and each of the sections explained. Part 2 You must answer this question.

So / Such The following is a mini-tutorial on the use of "so" and "such." After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use "so" and "such," you can skip the explanation and go directly to the exercises. So + Adjective "So" can be combined with adjectives to show extremes. This form is often used in exclamations. FCE Essay – Proff's English World I have made a poster summarising how to approach writing the compulsory essay. Please note: it needs to be printed out in A3 size – if not the writing in the bubbles is too small. Or you can download the different parts of the poster, print them out on A4 paper and stick them onto a large piece of cardboard to make a larger (cheaper) poster. Also included, is a handout that explains the writing process in detail. Components of the poster