A series of posts that outline the writing criteria for CPE. Originally posted here Interested in taking a CPE preparation course? Click here ? Common misconceptions about
What if we could take a magic pill to become better teachers? Well, we can. It’s all about how we look at our ability to connect with the learners.
“Oh that (insert exam name) is so terrible! It’s such a difficult exam! They make it so that it’s impossible to get a score higher than (insert score)!” Is this how you think about English exams? Do you struggle to
You’re sitting at the table with a group of international colleagues, and everyone is speaking in English. You’d like to contribute more to the conversation, but the only thing you hear yourself saying is “uh-huh”, “yeah”, and “we can do
We’ve already talked about the common difficulties people have of being tongue-tied and unable to speak even though they know what they want to say. This happens most often because of reasons other than language knowledge. Many people know exactly how to learn the language,
You walk up, smile, look each other in the eye, and say “hello“. After “hello, how are you“, then what? What do you say next? All of these ideas are floating around in your head but you just can’t seem