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Overview of Cambridge Preliminary English Test
The Cambridge Preliminary English Test examination is an exam at B1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). It consists of three papers: Reading and Writing (50% of total marks), Listening (25% of totals marks) and Speaking (25% of total marks). Paper 1: Reading and Writing1 hour 30 minutes
This paper has eight parts. Parts 1-5 test Reading; Parts 5-8 test Writing.Reading. Part 1: Part 1: Read five short notices or messages and choose the correct the answer to five questions. Part 2: Match the requirements of five people to five of eight short texts.Part 3: Read a text and decide whether ten statements are true or false. Part 4: Read a text and choose the correct answer to five questions.Part 5: Choose the correct word to complete the spaces in a text.Writing. Part 1: Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first sentence.Part 2: Write a short message including three pieces of information that you are given.Part 3: Write an informal letterORWrite a story using the title or the opening sequence given. Paper 2: Listening30 minutes Part 1: Listen to seven short recordings and choose the correct pictures.Part 2: Listen to a talk or interview and choose the correct answers. Part 3: Listen to one speaker and complete some notes. Part 4: Listen to a conversation and decide if the six statements are true or false. SpeakingApproximately 10-12 minutes Part 1: Answer the examiner’s questions about you. Listen to your parter answering questions.Part 2: With your partner, discuss possible options for a situation you are given, and decide which is best.Part 3: Talk about the photograph you are given. Listen to your partner describing a photograph.Part 4: Have a conversation with your partner, continuing the topic from Part 3.
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