B1 level English language practice tests B1 is one of the CEFR levels described by the Council of Europe. The ability to express oneself in a limited way in familiar situations and to deal in a general way with nonroutine information. Examples: Can ask to open an account at a bank, provided that the procedure is straightforward. Can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling in an area where the language is spoken. B1 level exams At this level you can do the PET and PTE General level 2 practice exams You can also get an a B1 certificate if you do well enough in the PTE Academic, a multi-level exam, while B1 level candidates should get a band score of 4-4.5 on the IELTS test. B1 level practice This web site contains practice tests at B1 level for reading, grammar and vocabulary.
All Things Topics - Home Ideas for songs to teach ESL topics - TeflTunes.com ESL and EFL teachers looking for inspiration to stimulate class discussions will find this list of songs to teach ESL topics we’ve compiled a useful resource. Highlighted are songs available as complete ESL song lesson plans here on tefltunes.com. Business & Money Songs about jobs & work Shania Twain / Not Just A Pretty Face (lyrics) Dolly Parton / Nine To Five (lyrics) The Kinks / Nine To Five (lyrics) Songs about wealth & poverty Travie McCoy / Billionaire (lyrics)Barenaked Ladies / If I Had $1,000,000 (lyrics) Gwen Stefani / Rich Girl (lyrics) Spin Doctors / Two Princes (lyrics) Culture & Customs Songs for Australia Day Midnight Oil / Beds Are Burning (lyrics) Men At Work / Land Down Under (lyrics) Songs for Christmas Bing Crosby / White Christmas (lyrics)Chris Rea / Driving Home For Christmas (lyrics) Songs for Halloween Michael Jackson / Thriller (lyrics) Sting / Moon Over Bourbon Street (lyrics) Songs for St Patrick’s Day U2 / Beautiful Day (lyrics) Johnny Cash / Galway Bay (lyrics) Education B.
Conversation cards | ESLGamesBox Are you finding these conversation cards useful? Our new book 50 Conversation Classes features 50 themed sets of conversation cards each set is accompanied by a sheet of vocabulary, grammar and idiom activities to help prepare the ground. Keep it in your bag and you’ll always have a back-up plan. Buy it now from Amazon, get it as an eBook or view some sample pages. Also available: the Kindle edition containing the 500 conversation questions featured in the print version of the booka web and Android app app – featuring randomised question cards from 50 categories A great way to get the students talking is to put them in small groups with a pile of these printable conversation questions on the table. Printables grammar cards themed cards
All Things Grammar - Home What's your name? Introduction: For a listening lesson to be successful, the learners need to be engaged with the audio. It might not always be possible to motivate all the learners in the class to the same degree but the important thing is to use an audio which all of the learners can, in some way, relate to. If you are in a position where you can choose an audio, ask yourself ‘Will each and every one of the learners recognise this? Will they be able to say something about it? This month’s lesson mainly focuses on developing listening skills but other skills are integrated too, with opportunities for speaking, reading and writing. Topic: Names - an integrated skills lesson with the main focus on listening Aims: To develop students’ listening skills To engage students in a classroom discussion To encourage students to think about the cultural significance of names Age: Teenagers and young adults Level: A2-B2 Time: 60 minutes + Materials: 1. Access the audio here Introduction: Aims: Age: Teenagers and young adults
Basic English expressions | Printable card games In this section you will find our collection of easy-to-play card games created to make the learning process more fun. Each package includes game accessories and instructions.Being a part of the Wordies in Space series, our games are designed for practising and revising the new language material presented on the Reader and Reference Cards.They are easy to teach, fun to play in pairs or small groups, and lots of them can be adapted to play with any vocabulary or sentence patterns, so you can use them independently, in any way feeting your needs, as well as change or invent game rules. Enjoy! This is a game for 4 players adapted from the traditional game Go Fish! The object is to collect sets of four cards of the same rank, by asking other players for cards you think they may have. TOPICS AND VOCABULARY• Polite requests | Countable and uncountable nounsGAME ITEMS (PDF)• card set » INSTRUCTIONS (PDF) • how to play » • how to make playing cards » PREPARATION Print out playing cards.
Word Search Game - tematiskt Word Search Instructions: To play Word Search, choose the level of difficulty, the length of the game, and whether or not you wish to use the timer, then click play! See More… Word search games, also know as word find games, are popular for helping students recognize words. In searching for words, the students seem to read and memorize the words in a way that they enjoy and which helps them learn the words and their spelling.