It is time to put practice into action by completing a FULL LISTENING TEST today. And, this is not just any test – but the one that we think is the most difficult in the Cambridge books. Are you ready for the challenge? Join Juliet at 11.30am to find out!
Tuesday 31 January
Academic Reading • Read Once, Read Well (Headings and T/F/NG)
Today, we will review Headings Match questions and learn to answer Summary Questions as we read once, read well. This lesson is a great way to practice headings with Nick and to see how much easier they are to answer when you actually read the text!
Wednesday 1 February
Speaking • Expressing likes and Dislikes in Part 1
All of the questions in Speaking Part One are about you. Often, that means talking about your likes and dislikes. On the one hand, this is easy because we all know what we like but, on the other, it can be hard as these questions are simplistic and don’t give us much chance to “show off” our language. Learn how to take your skills to the next level in today’ Speaking Part One lesson with Nick.
Thursday 2 February
General Training Reading • Tackling True, False, Not Given in Sections 1 and 2 Version 1
Hands up if you are confused by True / False / Not Given questions! I think everybody is. Today, Nick will finally clear your confusion by showing you how to identify scanning and control words, how to understand the different between false and not given, and how important it is to actually read!
Friday 3 February
Grammar • Articles and countable / uncountable nouns
Join Shelly today for a masterclass in articles. Although she cannot promise that you will know every rule by the end of the lesson, hopefully you will be able to make fewer errors moving forward!
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