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Exam content and overview,Paper timing Test content Test focus. Part 1 A modified cloze test containing eight gaps followed by Candidates are expected to be able to. eight multiple choice questions demonstrate the ability to apply their. knowledge and control of the language, Part 2 A modified cloze test containing eight gaps system by completing a number of tasks. at text and sentence level demonstrate, Part 3 A text containing eight gaps Each gap corresponds to a a variety of reading skills including. word The stems of the missing words are given beside understanding of specific information text. the text and must be changed to form the missing word organisation features implication tone and. text structure, Part 4 Six separate questions each with a lead in sentence and. a gapped second sentence to be completed in three to. READING AND six words one of which is a given key word. USE OF ENGLISH, 1 hr 30 mins Part 5 A text followed by six 4 option multiple choice.
Part 6 Four short texts followed by four cross text multiple. matching questions, Part 7 A text from which six paragraphs have been removed. and placed in jumbled order together with an additional. paragraph after the text, Part 8 A text or several short texts preceded by 10 multiple. matching questions, Part 1 One compulsory question Candidates are expected to write an essay. in response to a proposition to discuss and,WRITING accompanying text. 1 hr 30 mins Part 2 Candidates choose one task from a choice of three Candidates are expected to be able to write. questions non specialised text types such as a letter a. report a review or a proposal, Part 1 Three short extracts or exchanges between interacting Candidates are expected to be able to show.
speakers There are two multiple choice questions for understanding of feeling attitude detail. each extract opinion purpose agreement and gist, Part 2 A monologue with a sentence completion task which. LISTENING has eight items,Approx 40 mins, Part 3 A text involving interacting speakers with six multiple. choice questions,Part 4 Five short themed monologues with 10. multiple matching questions, Part 1 A short conversation between the interlocutor and each Candidates are expected to be able to. candidate spoken questions respond to questions and to interact in. conversational English, Part 2 An individual long turn for each candidate followed.
by a response from the second candidate visual and. SPEAKING written stimuli with spoken instructions,15 mins for pairs. Part 3 A two way conversation between the candidates. written stimuli with spoken instructions, Part 4 A discussion on topics related to Part 3 spoken. This handbook is for teachers who are preparing candidates for Cambridge English Advanced also known as Certificate in Advanced English. CAE The introduction gives an overview of the exam and its place within Cambridge English Language Assessment This is followed by a. focus on each paper and includes content advice on preparation and example papers. If you need further copies of this handbook please email marketingsupport cambridgeenglish org. About Cambridge English Language Assessment 2 Writing 29. The world s most valuable range of English qualifications 2 General description 29. Key features of Cambridge English exams 2 Structure and tasks 29. Proven quality 3 The two parts of the Writing paper 30. Cambridge English Advanced an overview 3 Preparation 30. Exam formats 3 Sample paper 1 33,Who is the exam for 3 Assessment of Writing 34. Who recognises the exam 3 Sample scripts with examiner comments 38. What level is the exam 3 Sample paper 2 44, About the exam 4 Sample scripts with examiner comments 45. A thorough test of all areas of language ability 4 Writing answer sheet 51. Marks and results 5,Listening 54,Exam support 6 General description 54.
Support for teachers 6 Structure and tasks 54, Support for candidates 6 The four parts of the Listening paper 55. Preparation 55,Reading and Use of English 7,Sample paper 1 58. General description 7,Answer key to sample paper 1 65. Structure and tasks 7,Sample paper 2 66, The eight parts of the Reading and Use of English paper 8. Answer key to sample paper 2 73,Preparation 9,Candidate answer sheet 74.
Sample paper 1 12,Answer key to sample paper 1 19 Speaking 75. Sample paper 2 20 General description 75, Answer key to sample paper 2 27 Structure and tasks 75. Candidate answer sheet 27 The four parts of the Speaking test 76. Preparation 77,Sample test 1 79,Sample test 2 82,Assessment of Speaking 85. Cambridge English Advanced glossary 90, CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH ADVANCED HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS 1. ABOUT CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT, About Cambridge English The world s most valuable range of English.
qualifications, Language Assessment Cambridge English Language Assessment offers the world s leading. range of qualifications for learners and teachers of English Over. Cambridge English Advanced is developed by Cambridge English 5 million Cambridge English exams are taken each year in more than. Language Assessment part of the University of Cambridge 130 countries. We are one of three major exam boards which form the Cambridge We offer assessments across the full spectrum of language ability. Assessment Group Cambridge Assessment More than 8 million for general communication for professional and academic purposes. Cambridge Assessment exams are taken in over 170 countries and also for specific business English qualifications All of our exams. around the world every year are aligned to the principles and approach of the Common European. Framework of Reference for Languages CEFR, To find out more about Cambridge English exams and the CEFR go to Cambridge English. www cambridgeenglish org cefr,A range of exams to meet different needs. One of the oldest universities in the world, and one of the largest in the United Kingdom Proficiency. Proficient user,Common European Framework of Reference CEFR.
Advanced Business BULATS IELTS,Departments of the University CAE Higher. First First Business,Independent user,FCE for FCE Vantage 6. B2 Schools BEC,Preliminary Preliminary Business,PET for PET Preliminary 4 5. B1 Schools BEC,Flyers Key KET Key,YLE Flyers for Schools KET. Basic user,YLE Movers,Cambridge Assessment the trading name for the.
University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate UCLES Starters. YLE Starters,Departments exam boards,Key features of Cambridge English exams. Cambridge English exams,Cambridge English Language. Assessment are based on realistic tasks and situations so that preparing for. Provider of the world s most their exam gives learners real life language skills. valuable range of qualifications for accurately and consistently test all four language skills reading. learners and teachers of English,writing listening and speaking. encourage positive learning experiences and seek to achieve a. Cambridge International positive impact on teaching wherever possible. Examinations,Prepares school students for life, are as fair as possible to all candidates whatever their national. helping them develop an ethnic and linguistic background gender or disability. informed curiosity and a lasting,passion for learning.
OCR Oxford Cambridge and RSA,Examinations,One of the UK s leading providers. Oxford Cambridge and RSA,of qualifications, 2 CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH ADVANCED HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS. CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH ADVANCED AN OVERVIEW,Proven quality What level is the exam. Our commitment to providing exams of the highest possible quality is Cambridge English Advanced is targeted at Level C1 on the CEFR. underpinned by an extensive programme of research and evaluation. Achieving a certificate at this level proves that a candidate has. Question papers are produced and pretested using rigorous. reached a very advanced level of English required in demanding. procedures to ensure accuracy and fairness and the marking and. academic and professional settings, grading of our exams is continuously monitored for consistency More. details can be found in our publication Principles of Good Practice. which can be downloaded free from,www cambridgeenglish org principles.
Cambridge English Advanced,an overview, Cambridge English Advanced was originally introduced in 1991. and is a high level qualification that is officially recognised by. universities employers and governments around the world It proves. that a candidate has a high level of English for use in academic or. professional settings,Exam formats, Cambridge English Advanced can be taken as either a paper based or a. computer based exam,Who is the exam for, Cambridge English Advanced is typically taken by high achievers who. want to show they can,follow an academic course at university level. communicate effectively at managerial and professional level. participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic. tutorials and seminars,carry out complex and challenging research.
stand out and differentiate themselves,Who recognises the exam. Cambridge English Advanced is accepted by more than 6 000. organisations employers and governments around the world as. being a reliable accurate and fair test of English This includes. universities and colleges in the UK USA Canada Australia. Europe and beyond, The Australian government s Department of Immigration and. Border Protection DIBP has approved Cambridge English. Advanced for a range of visa categories, The exam is regulated by Ofqual the statutory regulatory. authority for external qualifications in England and its counterparts. in Wales and Northern Ireland, The UK s Universities and Colleges Admissions Service UCAS. awards candidates with grade A in Cambridge English Advanced. 70 UCAS Tariff points towards their application to UK universities. and higher education institutions,www cambridgeenglish org ucas points.
For more information about recognition go to,www cambridgeenglish org recognition. CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH ADVANCED HANDBOOK FOR TEACHERS 3. ABOUT THE EXAM,What can candidates do at Level C1,About the exam. The Association of Language Testers in Europe ALTE has. researched what language learners can typically do at each CEFR. Cambridge English Advanced is a rigorous and thorough test of English. level They have described each level of ability using Can Do. at Level C1 It covers all four language skills reading writing listening. statements with examples taken from everyday life Cambridge. and speaking and includes a fifth element focusing on the candidate s. English Language Assessment as one of the founding members. understanding of the structure of the language, of ALTE uses this framework to ensure its exams reflect real life. language skills,A thorough test of all areas of language ability. Typical Reading and Writing Listening and Speaking There are four papers Reading and Use of English Writing Listening. abilities and Speaking The overall performance is calculated by averaging the. Overall CAN read quickly enough to cope CAN contribute effectively to scores achieved in Reading Writing Listening Speaking and Use of. general with an academic course and CAN meetings and seminars within own English The weighting of each of the four skills and Use of English. ability take reasonably accurate notes area of work or keep up a casual is equal. in meetings or write a piece of conversation with a good degree. work which shows an ability to of fluency coping with abstract Detailed information on each test paper is provided later in this. communicate expressions handbook but the overall focus of each test is as follows. Social CAN understand complex CAN pick up nuances of meaning. Tourist opinions arguments as expressed opinion Reading and Use of English 1 hour 30 minutes. in serious newspapers CAN keep up conversations of Candidates need to be able to understand texts from. CAN write most letters they are a casual nature for an extended publications such as fiction and non fiction books journals. likely to be asked to do such period of time and discuss abstract newspapers and magazines. errors as occur will not prevent cultural topics with a good degree. understanding of the message of fluency and range of expression Writing 1 hour 30 minutes. Work CAN understand the general CAN follow discussion and Candidates have to show that they can produce two different. meaning of more complex articles argument with only occasional pieces of writing a compulsory essay in Part 1 and one from a. without serious misunderstanding need for clarification employing choice of three tasks in Part 2. CAN given enough time write good compensation strategies to. Listening 40 minutes approximately, a report that communicates the overcome inadequacies.
desired message CAN deal with unpredictable Candidates need to show they can understand the meaning of. questions a range of spoken material including lectures radio broadcasts. speeches and talks, Study CAN scan texts for relevant CAN follow up questions by. information and grasp main topic probing for more detail Speaking 15 minutes. of text CAN make critical remarks express Candidates take the Speaking test with another candidate or in. CAN write a piece of work disagreement without causing. Cambridge English Advanced C1 90 80 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 C2 B1 B2 A2 A1 Below A1 Independent user Pro cient user Basic user CEFR Exam content and overview Paper timing Test content Test focus READING AND USE OF ENGLISH 1 hr 30 mins Part 1 A modified cloze test containing eight gaps followed by eight multiple choice questions Candidates are expected to be

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