By Alison Digger
IGCSE English as a moment Language includes fabric in particular on the topic of the exam provided through college of Cambridge overseas Examinations and goals to aid scholars enhance their solutions and total grade. Its transparent motives and large use of examples additionally make it tremendous necessary for college students getting ready for different complex tests, reminiscent of First certificates in English (FCE), certificates in complicated English (CAE) and IGCSE First Language English. devices on examining, Writing, Listening and talking conceal the examination, with additional exam tricks extending the insurance. a robust emphasis on writing talents. methods of manufacturing the differing kinds of writing laid out in the syllabus, together with letters, journal articles, e-book stories and summaries, are brought utilizing step by step examples. realization is given to the significance of fashion and content material, including accuracy and the right kind use of other registers. Writing sections comprise examiner reviews on solutions to prior examination questions written via scholars. universal blunders made by means of scholars are highlighted, with suggestion on tips to right them. proper grammar issues are defined in easy-to-understand language, and are supported through exam-related examples. principles hooked up to examination topics, including linked vocabulary, are built in a topic-related database which additionally offers suitable cultural details.
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1. a boss: creative, forgetful, serious 2. a co-worker: unfriendly, generous, strange 3. a teacher: moody, patient, hardworking 4. a relative: bad-tempered, disorganized, reliable (8)CONVERSATION A. Listen and practice. Tim: I don't know what classes to take this semester. I can't decide what I want to do with my life. Have you thought about it, Brenda? Brenda: Yes, I have. I think I'd make a good journalist because I love writing. Tim: Maybe I could be a teacher because I'm very creative. And I like working with kids.
How many people visit the statue every year? @p67 (3)GRAMMAR FOCUS Passive with by (simple past) [The passive changes the focus of a sentence. ] Active: Bartholdi designed the Statue of Liberty. Passive: The Statue of Liberty was designed by bartholdi. S. in 1886. S. by the French in 1886. A. Do you ]mow who created these popular works? Match the phrases in column A with the appropriate information from column B. Then compare with a partner. A 1. The Mona Lisa... 2. The opera La Roheme... 3. The novel To Kill a iMockingbird...