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-Intermediate 4 students at Britanico can take this exam.The objective of this exam is to demonstrate your competence in the use of basic English for practical situations that you experience every day. . .It is ideal for intermediate level students. .

The exam is divided in: READING AND WRITING LISTENING SPEAKING .

and can questions. WRITING: newspapers and . . use vocabulary and structure correctly.It has 5 parts and you can read and 35 questions in understand the main total points from signs.It has 3 parts and 7 magazines. READING AND WRITING (1 ½ HR) READING: Purpose: Shows .

materials including announcements and discussions about everyday life.4 parts Purpose: You have and 25 to be able to follow and understand a questions range of spoken in total. . LISTENING (36 MINUTES) .

ed in about your likes and dislikes. You your spoken English is as you take part in conversation by are asking/answering questions evaluat and talking. conducted face to face with one or two other candidates and two examiners. Your Speaking test will be pairs. for example. SPEAKING (10-12 MINUTES) Purpose: Shows how good . This makes .

We’re listening to the FOR HABITS teacher. . ACTIONS FOR TRUE THINGS I am reading “5 Esquinas” by I study English and Mario Vargas Llosa this French in my free time. month. BASIC 4 AND 7 PRESENT SIMPLE PRESENT CONTINUOUS FOR ROUTINES FOR ACTIONS THAT I go to the gym every day at HAPPEN NOW 9pm. I like reading books in the FOR TEMPORARY park.

we were having dinner. which is a short completed action. The cat was trying to eat the hamster .BASIC 9 THE PAST SIMPLE AND THE PAST CONTINUOUS Generally. When the man entered. I was washing my clothes when the phone rang. the past continuous is the long unfinished action in progress that is interrupted by the past simple.

THE PRESIDENT HAS TO MAKE CHANGES IN OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. THEY MUST PAY FOR THEIR CRIME. VOTERS HAVE TO PRESENT THEIR ID CARD TO VOTE. YOU MUST STUDY TO PASS THE EXAM. .B5 AND MUST AND HAVE TO B9 Must and have to are used to express obligation or necessity.

. Luis musn’t watch TV Sara doesn’t have to drive or eat junk food. She lives 5 minutes too fat. from it. uniform in my school.B5 AND B9 NOT HAVE/HAS TO MUSN’T For an action that is To express prohibition unnecessary You musn’t tell this to You don’t have to wear a our parents. He’s to work.

You should eat more. you’re very thin. Children shouldn’t work.B6 SHOULD/SHOULDN’T Use should/shouldn’t to give advice or recommendations. .

SUBJECT questions ask information about the SUBJECT. Where does Frank live? How old is your cat? .

OBJECT questions ask information about the OBJECT. Who are we visiting? What are you cooking? .

YES/NO QUESTIONS ask for a short positive or negative answer. Are you married? Did you like the film? Do you want to marry me? .

QUESTIONS WITH PREPOSITIONS show the prepositions at the end of the question. Who did you go with? What do you like spending your money on? What are you talking about? .