FIRST CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH 4 WITH ANSWERS PDF

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Part 1 has eight multiple-choice questions related to vocabulary in a text. Parts 2 and 3 involve completing gaps in a text i. In Parts 5—7, candidates read a range of texts and complete tasks that test their reading ability.

Part 5 involves answering multiple-choice questions about a text, with candidates expected to be able to read a text for detail, opinion, tone, purpose, main idea, implication and attitude. Part 6 involves choosing paragraphs to fill the gaps in a text, with candidates expected to demonstrate understanding of the structure and development of a text. Part 7 involves matching statements to the correct part of a text or several short texts, with candidates expected to demonstrate reading for specific information, detail, opinion and attitude.

Writing 1 hour 20 minutes The Writing paper has two parts.

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Part 1 has one compulsory question and involves writing an essay. Listening approximately 40 minutes The Listening paper has four parts and includes a mixture of monologues and dialogues from a range of familiar sources, such as news programmes, radio broadcasts, speeches and public announcements. In Part 1, candidates listen to a series of unrelated recordings approx.

In Part 2, candidates listen to a monologue or a dialogue with two or more speakers approx. In Part 3, candidates listen to a series of statements and related monologues approx. In Part 4, candidates listen to a recording with two or more speakers approx.

Speaking 14 minutes The Speaking test has four parts and is conducted face-to-face, with one or two other candidates and two examiners. Candidates are expected to be able to participate in discussions, express opinions, exchange ideas and reach decisions through negotiation.

Part 1 is a short conversation with the examiner.

The examiner will ask the candidate some questions about their lives, focusing on areas such as work, leisure activities and plans. Each candidate is asked to compare two colour photographs and comment about the photographs in response to a task read out by the examiner and a quick question written above the photographs.

Part 3 3 minutes is a two-way conversation between the candidates.

The candidates are given spoken instructions and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task. There is no right or wrong answer to the task. The candidates are expected to express and justify opinions, evaluating and speculating, in order to work towards a negotiated decision.

Part 4 4 minutes is a discussion between the candidates and the examiner on topics related to the collaborative task in Part 3.

The examiner directs the interaction by asking questions which encourage the candidates to broaden and discuss further the topics introduced in Part 3. In Parts 1—4, candidates read a range of texts and complete tasks that test their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.

Cambridge First Certificate In English 4

Part 1 has eight multiple-choice questions related to vocabulary in a text. Parts 2 and 3 involve completing gaps in a text i. In Parts 5—7, candidates read a range of texts and complete tasks that test their reading ability.

Part 5 involves answering multiple-choice questions about a text, with candidates expected to be able to read a text for detail, opinion, tone, purpose, main idea, implication and attitude. Part 6 involves choosing paragraphs to fill the gaps in a text, with candidates expected to demonstrate understanding of the structure and development of a text.

Part 7 involves matching statements to the correct part of a text or several short texts, with candidates expected to demonstrate reading for specific information, detail, opinion and attitude.

Writing 1 hour 20 minutes The Writing paper has two parts. Part 1 has one compulsory question and involves writing an essay. Listening approximately 40 minutes The Listening paper has four parts and includes a mixture of monologues and dialogues from a range of familiar sources, such as news programmes, radio broadcasts, speeches and public announcements.

In Part 1, candidates listen to a series of unrelated recordings approx.

In Part 2, candidates listen to a monologue or a dialogue with two or more speakers approx. In Part 3, candidates listen to a series of statements and related monologues approx.

In Part 4, candidates listen to a recording with two or more speakers approx. Speaking 14 minutes The Speaking test has four parts and is conducted face-to-face, with one or two other candidates and two examiners.

Candidates are expected to be able to participate in discussions, express opinions, exchange ideas and reach decisions through negotiation.

Part 1 is a short conversation with the examiner. The examiner will ask the candidate some questions about their lives, focusing on areas such as work, leisure activities and plans.

Each candidate is asked to compare two colour photographs and comment about the photographs in response to a task read out by the examiner and a quick question written above the photographs. Part 3 3 minutes is a two-way conversation between the candidates.

The candidates are given spoken instructions and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task. There is no right or wrong answer to the task.

The candidates are expected to express and justify opinions, evaluating and speculating, in order to work towards a negotiated decision. Part 4 4 minutes is a discussion between the candidates and the examiner on topics related to the collaborative task in Part 3.Goai Ting marked it as to-read May 28, A wide variety of texts and recordings on stimulating topics engage learners' interest.

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A with answers edition also contains a comprehensive section of keys, transcripts of the recorded material, a guide to each paper and an insight into marking procedures and grading, with sample answers, making it ideal for self-study. Add to basket. Colour visual material for Paper 5 is included with each test.