PDF Practice Test 10: Cambridge B2 First Use of English

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PDF Practice Test 10: Cambridge B2 First Use of English

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This Teacher's Resource comprises:

  • Use of English test (4 parts)

  • Answer keys

  • Write-in answer sheets

  • Marking scheme, allowing you to score the test out of 36 marks.

The test is set on a single page for ease of printing.

The content has been written to closely replicate the Cambridge exam experience, and has undergone comprehensive expert and peer review. Your students will hopefully enjoy the wide range of essay topics and benefit from the repetitive practice, something that is key to preparing for this part of the B2 First (FCE) examination.

Test 10 topics:

  • The ukelele

  • Choosing headphones

  • Black Tuesday

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Welcome to this teacher’s edition of a sample test for the Cambridge B2 First, Use of English (Parts 1–4).

This resource comprises one Use of English test, answer key, write-in answer sheet and a marking scheme, allowing you to score each test out of 36 marks. Each test is set on a single page for ease of printing.

The content has been written to closely replicate the Cambridge exam experience, and has undergone comprehensive expert and peer review. Your students will hopefully enjoy the wide range of essay topics and benefit from the repetitive practice, something that is key to preparing for this part of the B2 First (FCE) examination.

For me, having prepared many students for this and other Cambridge exams, pre- and post-2015, when the specification changed, this is clearly the section that poses the biggest challenge. Without there being much support available by way of quality practice material, students struggle to gain the necessary levels of confidence in the Use of English section prior to sitting the exam. Therefore, in my classes, after studying and working through the core knowledge required, we drill, drill and drill exercises in preparation for the exams.

I hope that you will find this resource a useful classroom aid, and that your students will, too. I wish them and you all the best with preparing for the exam.

Michael Macdonald