Cambridge FCE
 exam preparation

Minimum entry level: Intermediate

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A Cambridge English: First (FCE) qualification proves you have the language skills to live and work independently in an English speaking country or study on courses taught in English.
This exam is the logical step in your language learning journey between Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE).

In our live online Cambridge FCE preparation course you will learn about how the exam works, what the examiners will be looking for and you will get plenty of practice using the types of questions you will see in the exam. Be assured that after your course you can tackle the exam with complete confidence! It’s not an empty promise – all our online British teachers are CELTA qualified and very experienced, and some of them are Cambridge examiners.

 

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Cambridge FCE English exam preparation: course outcomes

By the end of the course you will be able to:

– Gain in-depth knowledge of the format of the Cambridge FCE exam
– Practise through example exam tasks and teacher’s feedback
– Use effective strategies to approach all types of Cambridge FCE exam tasks
– Use a range of grammar and vocabulary for everyday situations
– Focus on improving your accuracy as well as your fluency
– Develop face-to-face Speaking skills for real-life situations, such as expressing opinions
– Know how to present arguments using natural expressions and functional language
– Improve Writing skills through letters, reports and a variety of text types
– Use key Listening skills for a better understanding of general topics

 

Cambridge FCE English exam preparation: sample syllabus

Grammar:

Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect Simple, Future, Present Continuous and Present Simple

Imperatives

Infinitives

Modals

Phrasal verbs / verbs with prepositions

Passive forms

Conditional sentences

Reported speech

Nouns: singular and plural (regular and irregular forms), countable and uncountable nouns

Possessive case and double genitive, Personal pronouns

Demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those

Quantitative pronouns: one, something, everybody

Indefinite pronouns: some, any, something, one

Relative pronouns: who, which, that, whom, whose

Adjectives: colour, size, shape, quality, nationality

Cardinal and ordinal numbers, possessive, quantitative

Order of adjectives; participles as adjectives; compound adjectives; comparative and superlative forms 

 

Functions:

Asking and answering questions about personal possessions

Asking and telling people the time, day and the date

Asking for and giving information about routines and habits

Asking for and giving information about travel and places

Asking for and giving personal details

Asking for and giving the spelling and meaning of words

Asking the way and giving directions

Buying and selling things

Counting and using numbers

Describing education, qualifications and skills

Describing people (personal appearance, qualities)

Following and giving simple instructions

Greeting people and responding to greeting

Identifying and describing accommodation

Introducing oneself and other people

Starting and maintaining a conversation

Talking about food and ordering meals

Talking about one’s health

Talking about past events and states in the past, recent activities and completed actions

Talking about the weather

Talking about what people are doing at the moment

Understanding and completing forms giving personal details

Understanding and writing diaries and letters, giving personal details

Understanding simple signs and notices

 

Vocabulary:

Clothes, Daily life, Education, Entertainment and media, Environment, Food and drink, Free time, Health, medicine and exercise, Hobbies and leisure, House and home, Jobs, Languages, People, Personal feelings, opinions and experiences, Personal identification, Places and buildings, Relations with other people, Services, Shopping, Social interaction, Sport, Transports, Travel and holidays, Weather

 

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