FCE - CAE Reading and Use of English Paper - Part 7 Gapped Text
In this part, you will be tested on your ability to follow text development and to understand how texts are structured.
Part 7 consists of a long text which has had six paragraphs (FCE/ CAE) or seven paragraphs (CPE) of equal length removed and placed in jumbled order after the text, together with a seventh (FCE/CAE) or eight (CPE) paragraph which does not fit in any of the gaps. The text is usually from non-fiction sources (including journalism). This part tests comprehension of text structure, cohesion, coherence, and global meaning.
This guide will help you understand how to do part 3 of the Cambridge FCE and CAE Reading and Use of English test, i.e. word formation exercises. It will provide you with a good understanding of how words are converted from one class into another as well as giving you clear explanations on how to come up with the right word by noticing the words before and after the gap.This guide will prove very useful for both intermediate and advanced students whose goal is to pass the Cambridge English exams
-120 Speaking Topics -120 Sample Answers -480 Useful Expressions -480 Grammar Questions Great for -ESL Learners -High School Students -Test Prep Students -College Students *This book is a sequel to 120 Speaking Topics. It only contains 120 speaking topics and sample answers. "240 Speaking Topics" and "240 Writing Topics" cover the same topics.
The English subjunctive mood is used to express situations that are hypothetical , unreal or to express a proposal or intention about the future. However,it is only used when we want to sound very formal. This table contains the most common verbs, expressions and adjectives that can be followed by the subjunctive form.
This is a useful list of some of the phrases that are tested in the Cambridge English CAE examination. Many of these phrases frequently come up in the Key Word Transformation task. Some KWT exercises have been included.
From Direct Speech to Reported Speech When we use the reported speech we need to change the verbs tenses according to the verb tense given in direct speech. The table below will help you learn how to change from direct speech into reported speech.
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