Online lessons for Cambridge PET practice

– With a free Demo lesson, level assessment, tailor-made Study Plan, regular Progress Reports and Course Completion Certificate in line with CEFR

Online lessons for Cambridge PET practice with a Cambridge examiner

A Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) qualification shows that you have mastered the basics of English and now have practical language skills for everyday use. 
This exam is the logical step in your English language learning journey between Cambridge English: Key (KET) and Cambridge English: First (FCE).

In your PET practice lessons, 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 English teachers are CELTA qualified and very experienced, and some of them are Cambridge examiners.


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Online lessons for Cambridge PET practice: course outcomes

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

– Understand the format of the exam and what’s required
– Practise through example, exam tasks and teacher’s feedback
– Read simple textbooks and articles in English
– Write letters and emails on everyday subjects
– Show awareness of opinions and moods in spoken and written English
– Communicate more confidently in everyday situations


Online lessons for Cambridge PET practice: sample syllabus

PET practice:Reading
Understanding personal details
Describing Education
Information transfer
Current Activities
School meals
Giving information about places
Understanding narratives
Matching notices
Multiple-choicecloze, open close, matching

PET practice: Writing
Introducing yourself
Free Time
Giving advice and sympathising
Giving and responding to invitations
Describing accommodation
Talking about the weather
Expressing preferences
Email, matching, open close, word completion

PET practice: Listening
Matching, multiple-choice pictures, gap-fill

PET practice: Speaking
Daily routines
Responding to examiner’s questions
Expressing preferences and discussing hobbies
Asking for and giving information about travel
Giving warnings and stating prohibitions
Plans for the weekend
Making comparisons village vs city
People’s qualities


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