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Cambridge English: Proficiency, Derk and Annick
Taking the Cambridge English: Proficiency Speaking exam. See what happens in each part of the exam. Read more at: www.cambridgeenglish.org/proficiency and the examiners notes are available here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/cambridge-english-proficiency-speaking-test-video.pdf All details correct as of September 2014
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Cambridge English Proficiency Certificate (CPE) // Results, Experience + Advice!
Because a couple of people requested me to do this video here it is: My experience with the Cambridge English Proficiency Certificate (CPE) exam which tests for level C2 in English, aka native speaker level. I share my own results as well as some thoughts I have on standardized testing in general and on this exam in particular. I also try to give a few tips as to where to find study materials and what the tricky parts of the exam are. If you have anything to add or any further questions, please leave it in the comments! xx BOOKTUBE playlist: http://bit.ly/2m9V0Zo twitter: https://twitter.com/ivymusee instagram: www.instagram.com/ivymusee goodreads: www.goodreads.com/user/show/7254722-theresa
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Proficiency in English Listening Sample
Part 1 1-C 2-B 3-A 4-B 5-A 6-C Part 2 7 olive 8 harden 9 (simple) pins 10 (silver) tears 11 (local) co-operative OR (local) cooperative OR (local) co-op 12 (a) chewing gum 13 ice(-)cream 14 (clay) pots 15 stomach Part 3 16B 17A 18B 19 D 20 D Part 4 21-F 22-E 23-H 24-B 25-G 26-E 27-H 28-A 29-C 30-B Subcribe channel: https://goo.gl/zzEkPo ========================================­=========== Series Cambridge IELTS 1-10: http://bit.ly/Cambridge_IELTS_Full_Se... Basic Tactics for Listening Test Booklet 2nd edition : http://bit.ly/Basic-Tactics-Enlish-pdf Listen Carefully PDF: http://bit.ly/listen_carefully_Jack_R... Ielts Testbuilder 1 One of the best books for Practice IELTS Test Builder 2 : http://bit.ly/1K3Yjcw
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Introduction to the Cambridge English Scale
The Cambridge English Scale is a range of scores used to report results for Cambridge English exams from 2015. This video provides an overview of the scale, what it is, how it works and the benefits it brings to candidates, teachers, institutions and other users of our exams. Exam results will be reported on the Cambridge English Scale for sessions held after the following dates: From January 2015 Cambridge English: First, First for Schools, Advanced and Proficiency From August 2015 Cambridge English: Key, Key for Schools, Preliminary and Preliminary for Schools From September 2015 Cambridge English: Business Certificates More information about the Cambridge English Scale can be found on our website: www.cambridgeenglish.org/cambridgeenglishscale All details correct as of November 2014
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Cambridge English: Proficiency, Rodrigo & Ollin
Read examiner's comments here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/cpe-examiner-comments.pdf This includes comments on the student performances in this video, and information on the format of the Speaking test and how it is assessed.
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Listening C2, CPE Practice, Test 1, Part 1
Listening C2, CPE Practice, Test 1, Part 1 FULL EXAM: http://gavitex.com/share/faujetufw ANSWERS (below) 1-B 2-C 3-C 4-A 5-A 6-B 7-B 8-C
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Proficiency Testbuilder 4th Edition is an excellent material for teachers and self-study students to practice the CPE level audio tests. You can use this material to practice for the CAE level tests too. You can try this exercise at: http://englishlistenings.com/archives/735
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Cambridge English: Advanced (from 2015), Raphael and Maude
Read examiner's comments for learners here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/173976-cambridge-english-advanced-examiners-comments.pdf The Cambridge English: Advanced exam has been revised and the updated exam will start being used for exam sessions in January 2015. See what happens in each part of the exam. Read more at: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-qualifications/advanced/exam-update-for-2015/
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Cambridge English: Proficiency -- Teaching Tips for Writing
The webinar will focus on the new compulsory essay question in Part 1 of the Writing paper. The presenter will discuss the requirements of the task, including assessment, and tips to help teachers prepare learners for this part of the exam. Ron Zeronis, Assessment Group Manager, will be answering questions that relate to the content of the presentation at the end of the webinar. Presenters - Jill Buggey & Ron Zeronis The link to the handout is below: http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/cpe-compulsory-essay.pdf The link to the slides is below: http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/cpe-compulsory-essay-slides.pdf
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CAE Cambridge English Exam - All you need to know
Are you thinking of taking the CAE exam? I'll tell you everything you need to know about the exam to decide if it is for you. Did you know that many people can take the CAE instead of the IELTS? If you have decided to take the CAE, I'll give you details on all the different parts of this Cambridge exam, and also tell you about the 2015 changes. Here are some of the questions that I cover in this video: - What is the exam for? - Who takes the exam? - How hard is the test? - How long is the exam? - What are the different sections of the test? - What are the different test questions like? - How is the test changing? Did you understand the lesson? Take the quiz on it here: http://ww.engvid.com/cambridge-english-exam/ TRANSCRIPT Hello, everyone. I'm Jade. What we're talking about today is the CAE test. This is a Cambridge exam, and it tests the advanced level of English. So, we're going to generally look at the parts of the test, and then in the next part of the video, we'll look at the test in more detail, so you'll know exactly what to expect if you're going to take this exam. So, who takes this test? This is a test that people choose to take because they want to go to university in an English-speaking country, or you want to do a course in English at a university. You might also be taking this because you need it as part of your visa requirements. Or you might be doing it because you just want to take the test. Not so many people do that, but I've met some. What's in the test? There are five parts at the moment; a reading part, a writing part, a listening part, a speaking part, and also this use of English, which is a vocabulary and grammar combined test that's seeing where you are with that. Importantly, though, in 2015, the reading test and the use of English will be together in one part. So, that means there'll just be four... There'll be four parts 2015 onwards. This... I should also say about this test that it's a Secure English Language Test. That means that you do it in a test center and you have to prove your identity. It's a formal test, and it's one of the reasons why this test is well-respected, and you can use it to enter university and things like that, because the results that you get are trusted. You can do this test on paper or computer; you have a choice. And it tests from... At the lower end, you could be intermediate, and the top end proficiency which is very, very, very, very high. So, that's a broad survey of what's in the test. Now we're going to look at the parts in more detail. So, we have... Let's start with the reading test. The reading test is one hour and 15 minutes. There are four parts. This will be 20% of your overall mark, and you'll be expected to read 3,000 words. What kinds of text will you be reading? Well, you'll be reading newspapers, fiction, non-fiction, and promotional copy. So it could be a variety of texts that you might just encounter in life in an English-speaking country. The skills that it's looking for is... It will be looking for your ability to read for gist, which is like the general meaning, but also detail. These are different reading skills. When you're reading for detail, you'll have to find a specific part of the text and read very closely for your answer, whereas gist relates to the general meaning. And when you're answering the questions, sometimes it will be multiple choice. So, you know, A), B), C), and sometimes you'll need to fill in a gap. So, you need to go back to the test... To the text, read closely, and find your answer so you can fill in the gap. It's also testing you on your ability to interpret tone in a text. So, perhaps not just the literal words written there on the page, but when we understand tone, we get an extra sense of what it really means. And also opinion, so you're reading something, and then you're making... When you're reading it for opinion, you get a sense of what is actually meant, and you'll need to express what is meant through opinion, through people's opinion. And you'll be expected to understand the main ideas of the text as well. When we come back, we're going to look at the other parts of the test in closer detail. Let's have a look at the writing part of the exam in closer detail-this is a magnifying glass-and the use of English part of the exam. So, the writing part of the test is two questions. It's going to be 20% of your overall mark. And it's one hour, 30 minutes. Now, what you need to do in the writing test is... Question one is compulsory, that means you have to answer it; you don't have a choice. In this question, first of all, you need to read an extract, so there'll be a short text, up to 150 words, that you need to read before you write your own answer.
Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools, Victoria and Chiara
Read examiner's comments here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/149446-pet-for-schools-examiner-s-comments.pdf This includes comments on the student performances in this video, and information on the format of the Speaking test and how it is assessed. A sample Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools Speaking test
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Proficiency in English Listening Sample
The keys are in the description below. If you could fill in this form, I'd be very greatful. Thank you https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14H7RCyvzhMamD18dSbukb_tpeisjJkVYLEe7JzsdFg8/viewform Keys: here's the link to the transcript: https://www.teachers.cambridgeesol.org/ts/digitalAssets/118059_CPE_L_2013_Specification_Sample_Paper.pdf Part 1 1-C 2-B 3-A 4-B 5-A 6-C Part 2 7 olive 8 harden 9 (simple) pins 10 (silver) tears 11 (local) co-operative OR (local) cooperative OR (local) co-op 12 (a) chewing gum 13 ice(-)cream 14 (clay) pots 15 stomach Part 3 16B 17A 18B 19 D 20 D Part 4 21-F 22-E 23-H 24-B 25-G 26-E 27-H 28-A 29-C 30-B
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Alberto - Cambridge English: Proficiency
Alberto Prandini is a Cambridge English: Proficiency certificate holder from Italy. In this short video he talks about his work as an interpreter and Assistant Director on a recent theatrical production of 'I Was a Rat' in the UK, and discusses his experiences of the exam and learning English. All details correct as of March 2014
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CAE Practice for Certificate in Advanced English Speaking Test (Full Video)
Blogger http://goo.gl/Vq619r Youtube http://goo.gl/hlt8CL Facebook http://goo.gl/YZycZX English tests are worldwide recognised as an effective instrument to proof English language skills, either for educational or immigration purposes. A test evaluates the candidate's abilities to listen, read, write and speak in English in two formats: Academic, tests a person's ability to study in English at undergraduate or postgraduate level; General Training, used for immigration purposes. English, First Certificate in English, Certificate in Advanced English, Certificate of Proficiency in English, and more English Exam, English Test, Speaking English Test First Certificate in English, Certificate in Advanced English, Preliminary English Test, International English Language Testing System, Young Learner English, Key English Test, Certificate of Proficiency English, Teaching Knowledge Test
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Last Minute Tips for Cambridge Speaking + My CPE Experience
Please like this video and subscribe to this channel if you want to learn English fast and would like to see more! After doing the actual exam myself, I feel I have something to share with you guys! Feel free to share your experience of taking a Cambridge exam in the comments section below! If you want to learn more tips how to succeed in your Cambridge Speaking exam, check out my Top 10 Things You Should Not Do in a speaking exam https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2mjhZa8RRg You can find me on: YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGm_kLfuOgFziWG_2w4QBBg VK http://vk.com/liliacardenas FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/lilia.cardenas.1420 Thanks a lot for watching, see you soon!
Views: 72929 Lilia Kardenas
CPE Speaking Test
An example of the Cambridge Proficiency in English (CPE) speaking test.
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IELTS, CAE, or FCE? Which English exam should you take?
IELTS, CAE, or FCE? Are you thinking about taking a formal English exam for work, study or your personal development? Not sure which one to take? Here I talk about two of the most common tests taken by people who wish to work or study in English-speaking countries -- the IELTS and the Cambridge CAE (Certificate of Advanced English). I also talk about Cambridge's FCE test. I compare and contrast the exams in detail to help you decide which test is right for your needs. I will tell you: - Who takes these English exams? - Which test is easier/more difficult? - For what practical purposes do people take these exams? - What are the exams themselves like and how do they compare? TRANSCRIPT: Hi everyone. I'm Jade. What we're going to talk about today is comparing Cambridge exams with the IELTS exam. These are exams that you might be thinking of taking as part of your journey with learning English for various reasons. And we'll look at the different exams; we'll look at the reasons to take Cambridge exams or IELTS exams. And then, we'll generally compare what's in the two exam systems. So the Cambridge exams, we'll be talking about these two. This one is the First Certificate of English, and that's around intermediate level. And this is a harder exam. This is an advanced level exam also from Cambridge. So there are four different levels in this Cambridge exam series. And this compares to just one IELTS test that tests the same -- a much broader span, okay? So what does that mean? If you take the IELTS test, and you're someone with an intermediate or a lower intermediate level, the test will be really hard for you because it covers such a wide level of English whereas if you take the right test for your level in the Cambridge exams, what you're doing in the test is closer to what you already know. So that's a key difference between them. Something else to say about IELTS as well is that there are two kinds of IELTS exams. One is IELTS Academic, and that test is designed for people who want to go to university in an English-speaking country or want to do a course that's going to be in English. And the other IELTS test is IELTS General Training. And that one is different because you don't have to do some of the writing questions which are based on university things. They're not in this test. So it's just a little bit more practical. So why take these tests in the first place? People take these tests for different reasons. One reason, as I mentioned before, is if you want to go to university in England or maybe in Australia. You will need to have a test result that shows your level of English. So in that case, what test do you take? You either need to have the IELTS Academic test or you need to do the CAE test. You can take either exam. This FCE exam is too low -- the level is too low, so it's not useful for you if you want to go to university. In the UK, IELTS is the most popular. But for American universities, a lot of people do a different test, but I'm not talking about it today, which is the TOEFL test. Then, what if your purpose for taking one of these tests is for work? Well, it depends, really, on the job that you're doing. FCE would be okay if your purpose is work. I've known people who come to England with the purpose of learning English and to have a job here -- like a service job or work with an English family and look after their children and things like that. And I've known them to usually choose to do the First Certificate because you can go to a language school; you can learn enough English to get by and enough English for your daily life and things like that. It's useful. So you can do that in those kinds of jobs. You could also do IELTS General. I mean, IELTS General will test you to a higher level. So it really depends on your job whether this will be useful for you. Some people like to have it on their CV and show what score of English they have. So for them, it's useful. And some people say for professions -- for example, lawyers and doctors, things like that. They say the IELTS Academic is better for these people. From my experience of the two tests, what I would say is that IELTS Academic just has a different writing question in it, and that different writing question is academic language. It's comparing graphs and things like that. So it really depends what suits you and what you feel is necessary or needed for your job. To do IELTS Academic but not intend to go to university or be using academic English would be a bit of a waste of effort for you because you would need to learn how to write these graph questions and this kind of extra work for you, which is probably never going to be useful in your life. So yeah. Again, it depends.
Passing Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) 2016
CAE preparation materials: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B492gzcyd_aGdUMtdTY1RDNmM1k My results: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Byj0QITtWHCeQXc2QWdob0YzZE0
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Teaching Tip #3: C1 Advanced / C2 Proficiency Reading and Use of English
Learning objective: Improve vocabulary and make students think about how questions are formed. Tip recommended by: Mark Muirhead, English Language Centre Lodz, Poland
http://www.realenglish-online.com/ In this video I have included an overview of the #CPE exam and instead of advising you what to do, I advise what you shouldn't do! :) I hope it helps!
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The Cambridge English Scale explained
The Cambridge English Scale is a new approach to reporting results across the range of Cambridge English exams. Initially, this will apply to Cambridge English: First, First for Schools, Advanced and Proficiency from January 2015. Other exams will be added to the scale in February 2016. This webinar is for teachers preparing students for Cambridge English exams. It explains the changes we have made to how we report results and the certificate candidates receive. The webinar will focus on the rationale behind the changes and the benefits it provides for candidates and teachers. The presenter will answer any questions relating to the Cambridge English Scale at the end of the session. Presenters: Lynne Stevenson, Assessment Group Manager, Cambridge English Lynne has extensive experience in English language teaching and assessment. She taught in Italy for many years before joining Cambridge Assessment in 2009. Lynne works as an Assessment Group Manager at Cambridge Assessment and is currently responsible for Cambridge English: Young Learners and Cambridge English: Key and Key for Schools. She is also responsible for grading and results. Ron Zeronis, Assistant Director – Assessment, Cambridge English Language Assessment Ron is responsible for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) and Cambridge English: Proficiency. He manages the production, marking, analysis, grading, and regular reviewing and updating of paper-based and computer-based versions of these exams. In addition, he works on test development projects and is responsible for item writing quality assurance. Ron joined Cambridge English Language Assessment in 2004 and has worked on General English exams, test development projects, Business English exams and teaching qualifications. Before this he gained extensive experience as an English language teacher and Director of Studies. Ron holds a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and TESOL from the University of Leicester and has the DTEFLA. Slides can be viewed here - http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/introduction-to-the-cambridge-english-scale.pdf
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Examiners talking about Speaking Tests
What makes a good Speaking test candidate? In this video three examiners give their advice and tips for the Cambridge English: First and Cambridge English: Advanced Speaking tests. We think you'll find it useful, no matter which exam you teach. All details correct as of August 2013
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Cambridge English: First (from 2015), Victoria and Edward
Read examiner's comments here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/173977-cambridge-english-first-speaking-test-examiner-comments.pdf This includes comments on the student performances in this video, and information on the format of the Speaking test and how it is assessed. All details correct as of July 2014
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Why take a Cambridge English Exam?
Patrick Fryzlewicz, trainee doctor, holds Cambridge English: Key, Preliminary, First and Proficiency certificates. Here he tells us why he chose Cambridge English exams and how they have helped shape his future.
Views: 12767 Cambridge English
How we produce Cambridge English exams
Find out more: www.CambridgeESOL.org This video provides a brief overview to the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations' (Cambridge ESOL) question paper production process.
Views: 21488 Cambridge English
Cambridge English: Advanced – Reading & Use of English paper
This webinar is for teachers preparing students for the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam. The focus of this session is on the Reading tasks in the Reading and Use of English paper. We will explore which reading skills are required at this level and how we can help students improve their reading skills and reading speed. Teachers will come away with practical ideas for the classroom, including short, ready-made activities as well as ideas for longer reading projects. Presenter - Jacqueline Douglas, Cambridge English Consultant Link to slides - http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/advanced-improving-reading-skills-003-you-tube.pdf Handout link - http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/advanced-improving-reading-skills-handout.pdf
Views: 31170 Cambridge English
Top 10 Things You Should Not Do At Your Cambridge
Please like this video and subscribe to this channel if you want to learn English fast and would like to see more! And now... Discover Top 10 things you should not do at your Cambridge Speaking Exam! Let me know in the comments section if any of those worked for you in your exam! I would also like to apologise for occasional mistakes I make in this video, since I'm not a native English speaker and am, like you, on my path of mastering my English. The video was inspired by my CPE teacher John. Thanks for watching! Where else to find me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engteacher.lilia.kardenas VK: https://new.vk.com/liliacardenas Instagram: Where else to find me: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/engteacher.lilia.kardenas VK: https://new.vk.com/liliacardenas INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lilia.kardenas/ Official podcast page: http://liliakardenas.podomatic.com/
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Cambridge CAE 1 Listening Test 1
This series for Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English. Good for both CAE teacher sand self-study students. All the material are extracted from the real test, therefore the quality is guaranteed. This material iss also very good for CPE test.
Views: 167230 CAE Listening Test
Cambridge English  Business BEC Higher Speaking
Taking the Cambridge English: Business Higher Speaking exam. See what happens in each part of the exam.
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Cambridge English: Key for Schools, Sharissa and Jannis
Read examiner's comments here http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/149448-ket-for-schools-examiner-s-comments.pdf This includes comments on the student performances in this video, and information on the format of the Speaking test and how it is assessed. A sample Cambridge English: Key for Schools Speaking test
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CPE Speaking Exam
So are you sitting for the CPE exam? This video is a complete Speaking Paper, including the examiner's comments on what to do to pass this paper of the Cambridge examination.
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Cambridge English exams for UK university applications
A Cambridge English webinar for education agents. Are your students applying to study at university in the UK? Find out more about how your students can use Cambridge English: First, Advanced and Proficiency for university admissions and student visa applications. This informative webinar guides you on which Cambridge English exams can be used for which type and level of course. The presentation slides can be downloaded from: http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/webinar-ukvi-agents.pdf The handouts can be downloaded from: http://assets.cambridgeenglish.org/webinars/agents-webinar-handout.pdf Presenters: Matthew Dye and Rachel Keogh
Views: 5445 Cambridge English
Take your Cambridge English exam on the computer!
Cambridge English computer-based exams: find out about the benefits for students to take the exam on the computer and learn how to prepare well for the exam. More flexibility and choice with computer-based exams: http://www.cambridge-exams.ch/exams/CB_exams.php
How to improve your score 5 mins before the exam | IELTS | FCE | CAE | CPE
Now in a better quality! Learn this one simple trick to make your performance stand out in ALL parts of your Cambridge exam. All you need is an MP3 player and a pair of earphones. How do you deal with your nerves before an exam? Share your tips in the comments below! If you found this video helpful, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel for more English exam tips and recommendations! FIND ME HERE: OFFICIAL TEACHING BLOG: https://liliakardenas.wordpress.com/ FREE PODCAST for learners of English: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/liliakardenas FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/engteacher.lilia.kardenas INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lilia.kardenas/ For Skype lessons and collab: lilia.nov.kardenas@gmail.com
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Add more structures in the comments down below! Open the description box to check FIVE structures from the video! The structures are: 1. It might be the case that... It might be the case that the man in the picture has just come home from a loud party. 2. The more X you are, the better. The more interested you are in your major subject, the better. 3. When it comes to X, I think that... When it comes to your perfect job, I think (that) you should do something you really like. 4. As X as it may sound, ... As weird/odd/strange as it may sound, I'm the kind of person who can walk around all day without even thinking about food. 5. One big thing I have learnt about X is that... One big thing I've learnt about the English language is that you normally start speaking it better when you get a bit drunk. Use as a variation: One big question that's been bothering me (for a long time) is why cats are so irresistibly cute (mind the word order in the second part of the sentence. Grammatically, IT'S NO LONGER A QUESTION!) ME ON THE INTERNET: OFFICIAL TEACHING BLOG: https://liliakardenas.wordpress.com/ FREE PODCAST for learners of English: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/liliakardenas FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/engteacher.lilia.kardenas INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lilia.kardenas/ For collab and Skype lessons: lilia.nov.kardenas@gmail.com The online course I'm currently doing (in progress Week 1) - UNDERSTANDING IELTS: http://bit.ly/2fRh7pX In the video, I'm wearing: - Noisy May Petite Denim Jacket http://bit.ly/2xTeqbI - New Look Zip Front Velvet Bralet: http://bit.ly/2yoHJ9l - Asos Triangle Necklace - Kylie Jenner Matte Lipstick in Koko K xx Lilia
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Mastering Cambridge Key Word Transformations
A walk-through explanation and deconstruction of this challenging exercise at both CAE (C1) and CPE (C2) levels...
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Where will a Cambridge English exam take you?
A banker, a photographer and a travel marketing professional share their stories about how Cambridge English exams gave them the language skills they needed for success. Find the right Cambridge English exam for you: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams All details correct as of October 2014
Views: 36754 Cambridge English
Behind the scenes of Cambridge English exams
Find out more: www.cambridgeenglish.org Chief Executive Dr Michael Milanovic and other experts from Cambridge English Language Assessment offer a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of the development, production and despatch of the world's leading range of English exams.
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English degree CAE (C1). Certificate in advanced english 4 (2010) test 1 part 1
English degree. Cambridge Advanced English:(CAE or C1) as proof of high-level achievement in learning English. CAE exam or C1 exam listening test with answer keys helps learners develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries. Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishListeningB1/posts Plus: http://learn-study-english-online.blogspot.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008901000421&fref=ts https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkPKakCNFDB3rQc4d-nIyJg English listening KET, PET, FCE, CAE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkPKakCNFDB3rQc4d-nIyJg English PET (B1) for master test full: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgFbQorvq_gvR8oWllTjJfQLs9bRDE9r0 English FCE (B1-B2) for master test full: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgFbQorvq_gvtaW74CPDTZvqTQLSO6lsn English CAE test full: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgFbQorvq_gsfpcb0a4XEt00wdl1FhMu7 English speaking IELTs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzbz_aLwKL1eLQGRG4Hw_0PSwN0R6Ge2N Study english online PET (B1), FCE (B2), CAE (C1).
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Smrithi English: Computer based Cambridge CPE Exam Tutorial
Smrithi English: Computer based Cambridge CPE Exam Tutorial
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How to pass the Cambridge English BEC Preliminary Speaking Test (full video)
This video will give you tips and tricks as to how to pass the Cambridge English Business English Certificate - BEC - speaking test at Preliminary -B1 - level. Further Cambridge prep material: How to Pass the Cambridge Business English Certificate (BEC) B1 Writing Exam https://www.ferienwohnung-bramsche.de/2017/01/14/how-to-pass-the-cambridge-business-english-certificate-bec-b1-writing-exam/ Lexis Languages GmbH & Co. KG Finkenstr. 31 49565 Bramsche Telefon: 05461 9089680 info@lexis-languages.de www.lexis-languages.de Lexis Languages Translation Service London 4th Floor, 86-90 Paul Street, London EC2A 4NE, United Kingdom office@lexis-languages.co.uk www.lexis-languages.co.uk
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CAE Exam Simulation - Cambridge English: Advanced - Speak Up London! Language School.
SPEAK UP LONDON is one of the best language schools in London. We are based on Oxford Street and we welcome all types of students. http://www.speakuplondon.com If you want to know more and start studying,working, socializing and SPEAKING PERFECT ENGLISH, don`t wait! Join us now! www.speakuplondon.com
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Cambridge English: Proficiency – Teaching the compulsory essay
The Cambridge English: Proficiency exam has a compulsory-essay question in Part 1 of the Writing paper. In this webinar the presenter will outline the purpose of the task, discuss the skills the task is assessing, explore the assessment criteria and level descriptors for C2 level and provide practical teaching tips for developing these skills in the classroom and preparing candidates for the exam. Presenter - Stephanie Dimond-Bayir, Cambridge English Consultant A link to the handouts is below: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/182344-how-to-teach-the-compulsory-essay-handout.pdf The link to the slides are below: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/182961-how-to-teach-the-compulsory-essay-slides.pdf
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