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  1. page Vocabulary edited ... the Cambridge online dictionary wordnik Here you can find the bank of vocabulary that comes…
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    the Cambridge online dictionary
    wordnik
    Here you can find the bank of vocabulary that comes up during the course
    Videos of documentaries
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  2. page Paper 5 - Speaking edited ... OVERVIEW The Exam has 3 parts It lasts 19 16 minutes Normally there are 2 candidates and…
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    OVERVIEW
    The Exam has 3 parts
    It lasts 1916 minutes
    Normally there are 2 candidates and 2 examiners: the interlocutor and the assessor
    It’s worth 20% of the whole exam
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  3. page Paper 3 - Use of English edited ... Using collocations effectively in writing and speaking demonstrates sophisticated control of t…
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    Using collocations effectively in writing and speaking demonstrates sophisticated control of the language and a good range.
    To begin with, here is a link to some online collocation matching exercises. I've tried quite a few of them myself and they work quite well. http://www.better-english.com/strongcoll.htm
    Some wonderful vocabulary! http://www.macmillandictionaryblog.com/malfunctions-misdemeanors-metaphors
    Here is a list of common collocations with the same word - which one is it?
    politics can occasionally be seen, out of the corner of an
    , to be no less invaded by contingency and
    some fifteen years. Lucy 's son was the apple of her
    , work her raison d'être. She had a passion for
    troublesome thesis stays unpublished and out of the public
    . In the late 1970s another insider academic experienced
    always on your mind You can't look your family in the
    . Your friends begin to wonder what is wrong. You begin to
    Why should we not live there? " " Under your mother 's
    ? " Jean was suddenly shrill with frustration. " And her
    clematis blooms A bright, dramatic red instantly draws the
    Rich yellows and reds need a green setting for maximum
    the woman anxiously. Jay realised her dark glasses cut off
    contact. She took them off. " Yes, " she said, " I 'd
    alcohol, what should you do about it? Turning a blind
    could cost you a great deal of money in lost orders and
    murder, sir, " said the Inspector. " You do seem to have an
    for essentials. " " And how much of this — er —
    away from the warning ripples from her slumped body. At her
    level, well-shod heels, well-heeled shoes, above, her,
    to read out. A note from Mellowes instructed me to cast my
    over the draft, pronto, for inaccuracies. This, being in
    and the horizon line is thus high up, almost a bird 's
    view. The third perspective is Kao yuan, in which the
    for the Harry O detective series. Janssen plays a private
    who, while investigating a murder, gets emotionally
    to powder and tweak for a moment, catching Conroy 's
    and giving him a wink. Then she undid her dress ( she could
    Whatever they did, they never saw
    To eye with each other. They had to agree to disagree
    If you want to add your own tips or thoughts, just click on the topic below and post a comments:
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