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Cambridge ESOL English Exercises

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. Find out more about studying for FCE, CAE and CPE on one of our Cambridge Exam courses.

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English tips for CAE: Writing Task - FORMAL LETTER Dear Sir/Madam (In case you don’t know the name → Yours Faithfully) Dear Mr X (→Yours Sincerely) Reason for writing (Who I am (not the name!), What I want, When and Where it happened) 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. 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.

Practice the Word Formation task for Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) Paper 3 Use of English About Part 3 Word Formation You will read a short text of around 200 words, which has 10 gaps. For each gap you have to use a given 'stem' word to make the correct form of the missing word. Interview with South London singer-songwriter Misty Miller The Selector, our global weekly radio show for new UK music, has teamed up with The Crypt Sessions to bring you ‘Amped’, a monthly video series with UK artists. The transcript below is of the latest ‘Amped’ video, in which The Selector’s DJ Goldierocks interviews 19-year-old singer-songwriter Misty Miller. Scroll down to read the lyrics for ‘Next to You’. Watch the session, including Misty Miller’s performance of ‘Next to You’: DJ Goldierocks: So today I’m joined at Amped by Misty Miller – hello! Misty Miller: Hello!

EOI CARTAGENA Nivel Avanzado 2 INGLÉS Gr A: The Vocabulary You Have to Use in Advanced Exams EOI CARTAGENA Nivel Avanzado 2 INGLÉS Gr A Hello everyone! This is the blog for the class! I'll be posting some activities / handouts / homework / pieces of writing and many other interesting resources. 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.

TOEFL Listening Academic Listening Skills The Listening section measures test takers’ ability to understand spoken English from North America and other English-speaking countries. In academic environments students need to listen to lectures and conversations. Synonyms which are really needed . . . a list on 1 page List of Synonmys A collection of important synonyms grouped in categories: for teachers, writers and students of English alike. Important Synonyms - Popular words to use instead Common Synonyms — sorted by Category

Tim's Free English Lesson Plans Introduction This is a class for higher levels (B2+) to help students feel more comfortable and stumble less over complex past conditionals. Here is a link to the printable handout: English Grammar Welcome to our English grammar page! Here you can find links to our most popular grammar pages, and links to essential grammar (and grammar exercises) by level. Basic English Grammar Start here if you're a beginner, or if you need to refresh your knowledge of English. These pages give you the basic grammar rules, with explanations and exercises. Learn how to use the verb “to be” and make sure you can use it in positive, negative and question forms.