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FCE Practice Tests

Free use of English Exercises | Cambridge ESOL English Exercises | Free Online Language Tests 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. Find out more about studying for FCE, CAE and CPE on one of our Cambridge Exam courses.

Teaching Together - Cambridge English: Welcome to the Teaching Together blog! Welcome to this new and (hopefully!) inspiring blog. I would like to tell you a little bit about me: my name is Anne Robinson and I was born in the North-East of England; I now live just outside Santander. I’m a teacher, materials writer (author of Fun for Starters, Movers and Flyers, published by Cambridge University Press) and teacher trainer. Every year, we share our ideas and tips with teachers in around 100 seminars all over Spain. The idea behind this blog is to increase our contact with you and to offer you support. We hope to continue the generation of ideas that starts at seminars. I feel very lucky to be a part of this blog and I hope that what you find here will help you and inspire you! Please feel free to contribute with comments and suggestions and any questions you might have! I am looking forward to Teaching Together with you!

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Free Online Sentence Completion Exercises EnglishMaven Free online sentence completion exercises. In these exercises, students must choose the correct answer to fill in the blank. Beginning Level Exercises This is the place to start for beginners. Intermediate Level Exercises Our intermediate exercises are meant for students who are looking to step their verbal reasoning skills up to the next level. Advanced Level Exercises These are our most difficult sentence completion exercises. Exercise 1 - mid advanced Exercise 2 - mid advanced Exercise 3 - mid advanced Exercise 4 - mid advanced Exercise 5 - mid advanced Exercise 6 - mid advanced Exercise 7 - mid advanced Exercise 8 - mid advanced Exercise 9 - mid advanced Exercise 10 - mid advanced Exercise 11 - mid advanced Exercise 12 - mid advanced Exercise 13 - mid advanced Exercise 14 - mid advanced Exercise 15 - mid advanced Exercise 16 - mid advanced

Exam Information The questions look like this: Example: It was impossible for Pepito to become accustomed to living in England. Pepito couldn’t ________________ living in England. Here they are testing the verb get used to, so they will expect the answer to be; Answer: Pepito couldn’t get used to living in England. It’s important to keep the meaning of the second sentence as close as possible to the first. Luis asked me to collect him from the airport. Luis asked me _____________ from the airport. This is testing a phrasal verb to pick up; Answer: Luis asked me to pick him up from the airport. • Ask yourself what they are testing in the question. • If the verb tense in the first sentence is continuous, try to keep the second sentence continuous (if possible). • You need to write between two and five words in the space and you must use the word given without changing it. • Do not leave the answer sheet blank for any question. • When you have finished, transfer your answers to the separate answer sheet.

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Free Reading GamesLearning Today Our reading games and activities are research-based and designed to help build key reading skills in a fun and engaging way. Included are phonemic awareness, phonics, sight words, vocabulary and reading comprehension. Give them a try and let us know what you think. Go fishing for sight words with Kirima and Kylie the Seal. Make a spoon puppet and practice your sequencing skills. Play a matching game and learn about homophones. Explore syllables with Dr. Solve riddles and learn about multiple meaning words. Creat a rap song and learn about rhyming Help Franklin cross the river by finding the synonyms and antonyms of words. Play the Balloon Game: Create new words by adding prefixes and suffixes to root words. Explore consonant digraphs in outer space with Capt.

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The teacher reads the story out loud and students take notes before answering the multiple choice questions.
 Students make a word bank with unknown words and write sentences with them.
 Students make a summary of the story. by gamsdf1977 Oct 22

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