Today’s listening class will teach you about
a) Multiple Choice
c) Note completion
The answer is a – multiple choice! Today, Juliet will show you how these questions are used differently by the exam writers in Parts 2 and 3 of the listening test and how you can avid the dreaded distractors!
I’m not going to lie – cue cards that ask you to describe an object are my least favourite. First of all, they are just a bit boring. I mean, how often in the real world do you ever spend 2-minutes describing your washing machine! Worse, they require you to know a lot of topic-specific vocabulary, which many students just don’t have. Today, find out how to tackle these cue cards best with Nick.
General Training Students - you are lucky as Headings Match questions do not appear in every test. But when they do, they can cause real problems if you don’t know how to tackle them well. Today, Shelly will show you how summarising and predicting can help you solve these questions with relative ease.
Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.
Today, you will _________ how to tackle questions that ask you to complete sentences or notes. Find out how the question gives you clues as to the type of word that is missing, and the danger of repeating words in your answer. These are key skills that you definitely need to score well in your test. (The missing word is “learn”!)
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