KET Cambridge English exam preparation
KET Cambridge qualification is a great exam to take if you’re new to learning English. It is proof of your ability to use English to communicate in simple situations. The exam tests all four English language skills – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
It should give you the confidence to go on and study for higher-level exams such as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and Cambridge English: First (FCE).
In our live online Cambridge KET 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 native English teachers are CELTA qualified, and some of them are Cambridge examiners.
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KET Cambridge English exam preparation: course outcomes
By the end of the course you will be able to:
– Understand simple written English
– Understand and use basic phrases and expressions
– Practise through example exam tasks and teacher’s feedback
– Use the correct tense and sentence structure
– Introduce yourself and answer basic questions about yourself
– Interact with native speakers at a basic level
– Speak about familiar topics such as hobbies, holidays and jobs
KET Cambridge English exam preparation: course sample syllabus
Reading and Writing:
Understanding short, simple messages from people who share his/her interests, for example emails, postcards or short letters from pen friends
Writing a very simple personal letter, note or email, for example accepting or offering an invitation, thanking someone for something, apologising
Understanding the general meaning of a simplified textbook or article, reading very slowly
Writing about his/her daily life in simple phrases and sentences, for example family, school, hobbies, holidays, likes and dislikes
Speaking and Listening:
Understanding simple questions and instructions
Expressing simple opinions or requirements in a familiar context
Short conversations with friends about interesting topics
Make simple plans with people, such as what to do, where to go, and when to meet
Expressing likes and dislikes in familiar contexts using simple language
Understanding basic instructions on class times, dates and room numbers
Asking the person to repeat what they said, when he/she does not understand something
Expressing simple opinions using expressions such as ‘I don’t agree’