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Preliminary English Test (PET): Practice Tests and Exercises from Flo-Joe

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.

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FCE exercises From January 2015, the FCE reading and use of English exams will be combined to make a single exam. Parts 1-4 are very similar to the old Use of English paper, and parts 5-7 are reading texts, again very similar to the previous reading exam (see the Cambridge FCE website for details and some official practice). As before, one of the best things you can do to prepare is lots and lots of reading - books, magazines, blogs - anything to give you a 'feel' for the language. What's involved in the different parts of the exam?

Australia Network - Learning English - Learning Programs Learning Levels Explained Better Than Beginner I can say enough to manage a simple conversation. I can read signs and basic instructions. I can understand when people speak slowly and clearly. I can write simple sentences. Recommended Programs: Living English Cambridge English: Key (KET) - Listening section The Cambridge English: Key Listening paper has five parts. For each part you have to listen to a recorded text or texts and answer some questions. You hear each recording twice. Preliminary (PET) Look at practice tests so you know all the task types. Do lots of general reading practice in class and at home, especially the kinds of texts used in the Cambridge English: Preliminary test. Keep a vocabulary notebook to write down new words and make notes about how to use each word. Read all the instructions carefully and look at any examples.

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