Category: Exams
Posted on by Pippa Hodgson
"Speculate to accumulate" - just another English saying that you're not quite sure about? or a great piece of advice that will help you in your exams? The second option, definitely the second option! To 'speculate to accumulate' generally means that you have to take[...]
Posted on by SpeechRevision
Find your motivation - it'll be worth it! Without motivation, learning a language is no easy  [tooltip title="Challenge / task"]feat[/tooltip]. It can change you in so many ways if you let it. It can show you life from another perspective, it can make you less[...]
Posted on by Adam, Teacher at SpeechRevision
On April 6th 2018 I took the DELE C1 Spanish exam for the second time.  In 2010 I failed it by a couple of marks. This time  I felt more prepared, after hours of rigorous study and intensive exposure to the language from 5 years living[...]
Posted on by Adam, Teacher at SpeechRevision
Surprisingly, there are learners that think that increasing one’s level from Intermediate to Advanced can be achieved with as little as ten hours of lesson time and/or with minimal or no independent study. In response to the question “How many hours do I need to[...]
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Posted on by Adam, Teacher at SpeechRevision
Part 2 of the PET speaking exam involves a paired discussion. In my experience of helping students prepare for this part of the exam is that they either talk too long and run out of things to say, don’t talk long enough or don’t structure[...]
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