🚴 1 Words to remember (WTR) Wordlist section
Words to remember (WTR) are the words we think you should know.
- 🌍Module 1⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 1⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 1⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 1⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 2⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 2⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 2⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 2⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 3⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 3⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 3⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 3⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 4⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 4⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 4⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 4⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 5⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 5⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 5⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 5⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 6⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 6⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 6⃣ Word list 3
- 🍕Module 6⃣ Word list 4
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- 🌍Module 7⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 7⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 7⃣ Word list 3
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- 🌍Module 8⃣ Word list 1
- 🐺Module 8⃣ Word list 2
- 🐧Module 8⃣ Word list 3
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🌟 2 Coursebook Support Page
This is the support area for our Senior E coursebook Express Publishing - On Screen B2+.
- 🎮Starter quiz: Diagnostic tool
- 🚀 Module 1 – Work
- 🎮 1.1 Present Tense: Simple – Continuous – Perfect Simple / Continuous
- 🎮1.2 Present Tenses
- 🎮 1.3 Future tenses
- 🎮1.4 Future Tense: Simple – Continuous
- 🎮1.5 Practise Be going to with VOscreen
- 🚀 Module 2 – Travel and shopping
- 🎬How to pronounce the -ed endings
- 🎮2.1 Past Tenses: Simple – Continuous
- 🎮2.2 The Irregular verb practice
- 🎮2.3 Tenses review with Time Expressions
- 🎮 2.4 Extra Tenses practice with theory box (advanced)
- 🚀 Module 3 – Our World
- 🎬3.1 Environmental problems
- ⏳3.2 Greenhouse effect reading activity
- 🎮3.3 Reported speech
- 🚀 Module 4 – Moods & Feeling
- 🎬🎮 4.1 Modal verbs with theory box (intermediate)
- 🎮4.2 More Modals: Certainty, Uncertainty or Possibility?
- 🎮4.2 Infinitives/Participles/Gerunds with theory box (basic)
- 🎮4.2 Infintive and Gerunds – Extra practice
- 🚀 Module 5 – Art
- 🎬5.1 The Avatar (Movie and movie review)
- 🎬🎮5.2 Passive voice
- 🎮5.3 Practice Passive voice with VOscreen
- 🎮5.4The ‘causative’ use of have
- ⏳’5.5The causative’ use of ‘Have’ (quiz)
- 🎬🎮5.6Writing a movie review
- 🚀 Module 6 – Food & Health
- 🎮6.3 Conditionals & Wishes with theory box
- 🎮 🎬 6.3 Wishes / if only (Unreal past)
- 🚀 Module 7 – Civilisations & Science
- 🎮7.1 Comparitves practice
- 🎮Comparison: very/too/enough
- 🚀 Module 8 – Education
- 🎮Halloween activity
📘 3 Extra Grammar Practice
Use of English, Grammar and various resources for specific B2 level topics.
- 1.4 Plurals Countable/Uncountable Nouns and Collective Nouns
- The Imperative / Question Tags
- So do I, Neither/ Nor do I, both, all, whole / either, neither, no/no one/none
- Infinitive (to) or Gerund (-ing)?
- Relative clauses: who, which, that, whose & Clauses of contrast: Although, though
- Exclamatory Structures, Emphatic Structures & Conjunctions
- Clauses of Result / Clauses of Time / Clauses of Reason / Clauses of Purpose / Inversion
- Two Objects, it & participles: -ed,-ing
- Participle clauses
- 🎮Extra Grammar practice quiz 1
- 🎮Extra Grammar practice quiz 2
👩👩👧👧 4 Extra Vocabulary Practice
🔊 5 Speaking Practice
Some practice speaking questions. *Tip: Try to answer these questions with a friend or in front of a mirror.
- 🗒Useful Filler expressions (Flash cards)
- What can you see?
- 🗒 Responding to personal questions (advice)
- 🗒5 ways of interacting successfully in speaking
- 🎮 About me?
- 🎮Speaking Practice Covid (cards)
- 🎮General Speaking (cards)
- 🎮Warm up speaking practice (cards)
- 🎮Tell us about
- 🎮English Ice-breaker questions
- 🎮Many many warm-up questions!
- 🎮Describe the place where you live
- 🎮What would you do if..?
- 🎮What’s happening here?
- 🎮What do you see? (50 images)
- 🎮The Yes/No game
- 🗒🎮B2 First Speaking practice Part 1
- 🗒🎮B2 ECCE Speaking practice
- 🗒Describing a picture (Useful language)
- Hobbies – Speaking topics
📑 6 Writing Practice
Some useful information and extra resources on various topics for the B2 level Writing section
- How to write a friendly letter or email
- 🎮Writing topics for emails (cards)
- How to write a summary
- How to write a story
- How to write an opinion essay
- 🎮Checklist and Rubric assesment task
- How to write a formal letter
- How to write a letter of application (Cambridge B2 First)
- How to write an informal letter (B2 FCE)
- 📕Topic: Violence in Movies
- 🎮Linking word practice
- 📕Topic: Professional Sports
- Other ways of saying ‘So’
🦊 7 Cambridge Exam Section
All about the Cambridge B2 First.
- 🗒How the B2 First is scored (Cambridge scale)
- 🎬B2 First Speaking test – Kok Wee and Chris
- 🗣Useful expressions for the B2 First speaking test
- 🎬Five most common B2 First mistakes
- 🎬Tips & Tricks for the B2 First Writing task
- Protected: 💡Mock exam: B2 First Cambridge 1
- Protected: Mock exam: B2 First Cambridge 2
- Extra Exam Practice for the B2 First (Exam Booster)
🗽 8 Michigan Exam Section.
All you need for the Michigan exams.
- 🎬Introduction to the Michigan ECCE
- 🎬Michigan ECCE B2 Speaking test
- 🎬Hellenic American Union ABLE B2 Speaking test
- ECCE Test 1 Book 1 Vocabulary
- 🗣ECCE Speaking test 1 practice with teacher’s notes
- 🗣ECCE Speaking Test 2 practice with teacher’s notes
- Michigan ECCE Speaking exam tips
- 🎮General B2 Grammar practice 1
- Writing an ECCE Essay video
- ECCE Writing Rubric Analysis
- ✍ ECCE Writing prompt 1 and Examiners comments
- ✍ ECCE Writing prompt 2 and Examiners comments
- Protected: 🎮Mock Exam: Official 2021 ECCE format
- ECCE Book 2 Test 1 Vocabulary revision quiz
- ECCE BOOK 1 HAU 2021 Listening files
🍟9. Other exams
MSU, ESB, LRN, LTE,
📕 10 Book Reading Club
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📰 12 Testing area Module tests here
Sometimes we have tests... and they are here!
🗒🎮B2 First Speaking practice Part 1
STAGE 1: Personal questions:
In this part of the speaking test you are going to hold a short warming-up convesation with the examiner. More specifically, you are about to answer to a series of personal questions posed by the examiner. The purpose of this part is to “break the ice” between you (the candidate and the examiner) and help you get rid of the stress of the oral examination.
Some possible question posed at this stage of the examination are the following:
Okay, can you tell me something about yourself? (name, age, live with parents in a suburb called …, first / second year of secondary/ high school / senior high school)
How old are you?
Where are you originally from?
Can you tell me a little about your family?
How many members are there in your family?
What do your parents do for a living?
Do you have any brothers or sisters?
Can you describe the relationship you have with your siblings (sisters, brothers)?
The region where you live
Can you describe the city you live in?
Can you tell me something about the neighborhood you live in?
Is it a quiet neighborhood?
Where would you rather live?
Where do you live? Can you tell me something about you home? (apartment, big, small)
Would you like to move house?
What kind of house do you live in? (apartment…)
Why have you been learning English?
(I think the English language is widely spoken – if you speak English it will enable you to travel anywhere without having a problem to communicate with other people from other countries. / You can use the language to study in English spoken countries. / English is a vital qualification in order to be employed)
Do you speak any other language?
What other languages would you like to learn?Why?
Do you have friends?
Where have you met your best friend?
Are your friends of the same age?
Why don’t teenagers work out and keep fit?
Why do teenagers eat loads of junk food?
Are there advantages or disadvantages to being an only child?
What are your plans / ambitions for the future?
Have you thought about what you’d like to do when you leave school?
What kind of work do you want to do in the future?
Which profession in your opinion suits you best? Why?
Do you want to be successful from the starting point of your career or to try for it gradually?
Leisure (free) time / hobbies / sports / vacation/preferences
What do you do in your spare (free) time?
Can you tell me how you spend your weekdays and weekends?
Do you have a special hobby or do any sports?
Are you involved in any sports?
What kinds of food do you like and hate?
Are there any places where you can go in your free time?
Do you like to read?
What sort (kind) of books do you like to read?
Why do you enjoy them?
Have you ever been abroad?
Where would you like to go if you could?
How do you like to travel when you go on vacation?
So how do you spend your time in the summer?
Where are you planning to go on vacation this summer? What would you like to see there?
What would be the best holiday destination in your point of view?
State destinations you have traveled to. What did you do there? What did you see there?
Education / School / Future education
So, what year are you in at school? (I’m in the first / second/ third year of secondary/ high school, senior high school)
Do you like your school?
What extra activities would you like? (school trips, sports)
What subject do you like most / best? Why is that?
What are your favorite subjects at school?
Are there any subjects you don’t like? Why?
What do you plan to do after the exams are over?
Tell me, what are your plans once you graduate from high school?
Is education important and should it be compulsory?
Where do you usually go out with your friends?
Do you go out to restaurants / movies / theater?
What kind of music do you and your friends like?
Who is your favorite singer and why?
Do you prefer going to the movies or the theater? Why is that?
Who is your favorite actor or actress?
What movies have you seen recently?
How often do you go to see a movie?
What kind of movies do you like?
Why do you like those types of movies in particular?
Do you enjoy shopping?
And where do you go shopping?
How often do you go shopping?
What kind of stores or shops are there in your area?
What sort of things do you buy?
Do you have any favorite stores?