Do you need your B1 English Certificate? Are you nervous about the speaking part of the exam? You need to know exactly what to expect in your speaking exam. I have prepared a proven step-by-step guide of what to expect and how to pass the Cambridge Preliminary English Test (PET Exam). Steps to Success in B1 Speaking is dedicated to help you pass the Speaking part of the exam. You will have exercises and tips that I have used in my classrooms.
You will receive:
- Detailed explanation of the parts of the PET Speaking Exam
- Essential skills necessary to communicate more effectively
- Strategies of how to prepare for and take the exam
- Tips on how to excel in each part of the exam
- Language analysis of which language to focus on in each part of the exam
- Guidance on how to express yourself effectively
- Guided and Free practices for the parts of the exam
- Quizzes to test yourself through each part
- Exercises and examples to practice the language that is taught in the course
Included in this course:
Over 85 minutes of interactive lessons
19 pages of worksheets and exercises
2 full practice tests
An 8-week intensive study program
A grid chart to track your progress
Expert advice and support
Study and test-taking tips
Strategies for success
Step-by-step breakdown of the exam
Print this ebook out to follow along with the course. It includes activities and vocabulary to help you learn.
Remember this when you're getting ready to go in to take your speaking exam. First thing to remember is to have fun.
Download and look at this to see how the speaking exam is evaluated.
Let's look at the requirements for the PET speaking exam, and the areas you will be evaluated on.
Of course the first part of the speaking exam is to introduce yourself. First impressions are important. Make sure you know how to start strong.
Of course you know your name! But, do you know how to spell it in English?
What are your interests and hobbies? What do you do for a job? Tell me about your family. These things are some of the things you may be asked in this section.
What do you do? Tell me about your teacher. Do you like your job? Prepare to answer questions like this.
What do you like to do? What don't you like to do? What are your hobbies? Answer questions like this.
Small corrections that can make a BIG difference!
Download this PDF to know everything about part 2 of the PET Speaking Exam.
What is part 2 of the PET Speaking Exam all about?
Follow me as I give you specific practice for Part 2
How do I prepare for part 2? How can I practice alone?
Master the art of conversation.
Learn about what to expect in Part 3. What is it and how do I prepare for it?
Here's some advice to pass the B1 Speaking exam part 3.
Follow me as I show you part 3 of the PET Speaking Exam slowly. You'll be able to follow and practice.
You will be asked to have a conversation with your partner based on a topic the examiner gives you.
What's part 4 of the PET Speaking exam all about? How can I pass it?
Here are some answers to common questions students have about the PET Speaking exam.
Some vocabulary of everyday items and activities. Vocabulary is a key to success!
Use the phrasal verbs you've learned in the last lesson in context. Remember to use the correct form of the verb.
Practice the entire PET Speaking Exam in REAL time with REAL questions.
Another complete practice for the PET Speaking Exam in REAL time with REAL questions.
Practice. Learn. Improve. Jesse Sweed started teaching English in South Korea in 2006. He then traveled to Spain, and now he teaches English online to students all over the world. As the founder of Language Galaxy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses possible.
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