Pass Cambridge English B1 Writing

Secrets and Tips for the Cambridge PET B1 Writing Exam.
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Be prepared in the B1 Writing Exam
Know what and how to organize to write for the PET exam
Organize their writing and know exactly what to write on their exams


  • Have at least a pre-intermediate level of English.


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!

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for EFL students who are preparing to take their Cambridge PET B1 Exam.
  • This course is for the serious intermediate-level student.

Course content

5 sections38 lectures2h 18m total length
  • Writing Introduction
  • How to Use this Course


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Jesse Sweed
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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 Sweed Academy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses possible. 

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