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Getting ready for your English exam

Getting ready for your English exam

Here are some tips which many students have found helpful to revise for English language exams: Make sure you are thoroughly familiar with the structure of the exam, and you know exactly what you have to do. Review your lesson notes and suggestions or feedback. As far as your spoken English is concerned, you can … Continue reading

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Write and improve updated!

Write and improve updated!

Practise your English language writing for college, university, work or business. Get free feedback and improve with this exciting new web service. Also, options for personalised tuition from an experienced native English writer and teacher. Continue reading

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Hurry! Free IELTS study materials

Cambridge ESOL are offering free Language for IELTS learning materials online until the end of March 2016 with a platform called Cerego.  Using this, you can learn, use and remember vocabulary for your IELTS test or academic study on your computer, tablet or smartphone. The free adaptive learning system tells you exactly what you need … Continue reading

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Cambridge First Certificate has changed (2015).

Cambridge English: First (FCE)  changes this month, to reflect the latest research in language learning and teaching.   The exam is now about 30 minutes shorter.  It will still cover all the same language skills and tests at the same level as the previous version and has four papers, not five. The ‘Reading’ and ‘Use of … Continue reading

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What level is your child’s English?

Test your English Which Cambridge English exam may be right for your child? These quick, free online tests can help you find out. There is a version of the test for young learners, or learners aged 11 and over can try the ‘for Schools’ version of the test.      

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Good luck!

Many students have taken external exams this week.  I know that some of my students have Cambridge KET for Schools and Cambridge First Certificate exams today too – on a Saturday of all days (…phew!). Your dedication to your studies and your hard work over time will pay off.   Good luck!

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English Monstruo

Free mobile phone application ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Smartphone application This is a free mobile application for iOS and Android, based on the most common mistakes made by Spanish speakers of English – for example, misspellings such as  “wich”, “confortable”, “becouse”, “accomodation”, “posible”, “bilieve”, “diferent”, “bycicle”, “enviroment” y “beatiful” [sic].   This is a Cambridge English Corpus application … Continue reading

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