Telling the time in English is one of the easiest things to do, but despite that, students make many mistakes when they need to do so. In this blog, I will help to tell the time using two different techniques. Read more ›
The apostrophe is undoubtedly one of the most confused punctuation marks in the English language. If you face any difficulites with this particular grammar structure, please read our guidelines below on how to use the apostrophe properly. Read more ›
So what can you expect in part 2? You will have two pictures and a question. You have to talk for one minute about your two pictures. TIP: Speculate, contrast, compare, give your opinion and answer the question at the beginning of the task. TIP: use a range of expressions not just think! Read more ›
Following standard rules of application is essential if you want the reader to be fully informed on a topic when you are writing a piece of text. How you reflect your opinions, thoughts and view point have to be communicated clearly and effectively. But how can you make sure you are doing just this?
For many people, Speaking is the worst part of the Cambridge PET exam, so in this post we will give you tips, tricks and useful expressions that you can use to overcome this part of the PET exam. Read more ›
At Nep English School we are constantly encouraging our younger students to test their progress in English and stir their motivation with the Cambridge YLE exams.
We want to share some tips here to succeed in the “story telling” task, present in both the Movers (part 2) and the Flyers (part 3) exams. Read more ›