Prepare for the Cambridge PET B1 Writing Exam. There are three parts of the writing exam. Learn how to succeed in all three parts!
You will download worksheets for all three parts, and my lectures will follow along with the worksheets.
Learn specific strategy, vocabulary, and grammar necessary to be successful in the PET writing exam.
You will see examples of each part, and you will be able to see the positive and negative parts of each example. You will be able to use these to make your writing better.
If you need your Cambridge B1 Certificate, you need this course!
Download and print this worksheet to help you work through Writing Part 1. Write any notes you want, and do all of the exercises. These will go along with the video lessons.
Understand and know what to expect to see on the PET Writing Exam. Learn what each part consists of and how to do each part.
Know and understand what types of language you should know and be familiar with to do your best on Writing Part 1. Useful vocabulary, keywords and sentence structures you will see in this part of the PET Exam.
"Too" and "enough" can be confusing for many EFL students. After this lesson, you will know how to use them correctly!
Learn how to use some of the most common prepositions correctly (including: at, in, on, from, until)
An animated lesson on how and when to use at, by, and until.
Practice using the different ways to compare things. This will be useful in all parts of the writing exam, particularly part 1.
Gerunds and Infinitives are a very tricky area in English. You will learn tips and patterns to see to be able to succeed in writing part 1.
Learn how to convert sentences from active to passive and passive to active tense.
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Review the answers for the Guided Practice section. Learn the correct answers and why they are the correct answers.
Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first, using no more than three words.
The best way to be familiar with this part of the exam is to have as much practice as possible. Here is another quiz to practice writing part 1.
Download and print the worksheet for Writing Part 2. The lessons follow the worksheet and will help you improve your testing ability.
Learn the criteria and how you will be evaluated in Writing Part 2. You will know what is necessary to score a perfect 5/5.
Part 2 is a written message that's only 25-35 words long. Be sure to include EVERYTHING. Be sure to answer all of the points as well as your greeting and salutation.
Learn what makes a perfect 5 point answer on Writing Part 2.
Download and print the worksheet for Writing Part 3. The lessons follow the worksheet and will help you improve your testing ability.
Learn the criteria and how you will be evaluated in Writing Part 3. You will know what is necessary to score a perfect 20/20.
Be able TO USE and PRODUCE a variety of grammar points and vocabulary that you've studied so far. I've included an irregular verbs chart to help you in your study.
Read a below average 13 point answer and THE REASON it is 13 points. Learn what to do and not do in your writing.
Compare your answers with these answers given for a good 18 point answer. Learn what you need to include to get 18 points.
An assignment for YOU to do and then check your answer with the next video.
Learn HOW to write an outline to make your writing better and more organized.
Write your story from your outline.
A color-coded list of irregular verbs to study and learn
Learn some small tips that can make a BIG difference.
There are some differences in spelling between American and British spelling. Learn some patterns that will help you in your spelling.
Look at how these words are spelled, and choose if they are spelled in Amarican or British English.
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