Help your students improve their speaking ability with the following questions. Speaking part 1 of the CAE exam can cover a wide range of topics. Use these example questions throughout the course, to make sure that they take the exam completely prepared for whatever subject they might throw!
Today, I’m focusing on skills that students should practise in order to produce a decent writing assignment. Read on!
We all have those students, who are perhaps a little too optimistic about their chances of passing the exam before you think that they’re ready. Sometimes, this positive outlook is a good thing, it means confidence in one’s own abilities, but it can also hinder their progress and put you in a sticky situation.
Hello there grammar nerds! Just a quick post on a Sunday afternoon to help out with some common grammar doubts, hope it helps! I sometimes have a hard time explaining the function of words which seem to have no purpose in the sentence. Words that don’t have any particular meaning and are only there toContinue reading “English Grammar – Dummy Subjects”
Exam ready English students? Yes please!
Use these tips to get your students ready for the dreaded writing section!
A quick run down of the most useful PET speaking phrases!
Get your students exam ready with my quick and easy guide!
Summer exam dates are coming up and students should be getting prepared for whatever might be thrown at them. Following on from my recent post on how to prepare for the reading exam (see below for link). I have also put together this guide for the writing exam! Cambridge PET Reading Exam Guide The writing examContinue reading “Cambridge PET Writing Exam Guide”
Below is a list of examples of the Writing part 1 task separated according to category of grammar, followed by the solutions. Comparatives Rosie plays the guitar better than the rest of her class. Nobody else in her class plays the guitar as ________ as Rosie does. The chocolate cake is more delicious than the strawberryContinue reading “Cambridge PET Writing Part 1 Practice”