Free trial class on Tuexday 28th January 2020 7 – 9:45pm for those wishing to see if this course is suitable. Please confirm attendance via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What is FCE? FCE stands for First Certificate in English and it is one of the most popular Cambridge English qualifications accepted by thousands of businesses and educational institutions worldwide. Who is it for? It is a test for people who need to prove they can use everyday written and spoken English. It is set at Level B2 (upper intermediate) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. What is the format of the FCE exam?
You will have improved your language skills necessary to pass the exam such as keeping up a conversation on a wide range of topics, presenting arguments, writing an opinion essay or extracting specific information from a newspaper article. You will have also developed successful strategies to approach the exam in order to efficiently deal with various challenges of the exam.
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|Speaking: Part one – Interview||Vocabulary: Forming adjectives||Exam task:
|Writing: Informal letter||Grammar: Review of Present tenses|
This course would suit anyone living in Ireland for a short term to learn the language, such as Au Pairs or language exchange students, or those who plan on living in Ireland for an extended visit. Students need to organise their own exam.
Starts Tuesday 28th January 2020 7 – 9:45pm €150
We hope to run for 10 classes, depending on class size (bring a friend!)
About the tutor:
Mr. Conall Gogarty
Conall is a graduate of University College Dublin where he obtained a Honours degree in English and Greek and Roman Civilisation and obtained a Masters degree in Applied Linguistics from the Open University. He has over 20 years experience teaching both in Ireland and abroad primarily in Business English, English for specific purposes and English for Academic Purposes General English and Exam preparation (KET, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC).