ENGLISH 5


THE NATIONAL EXAMS ENGLISH 5

This is basically the level of the national exams in English 5 and what they look like:

LISTENING EXERCISES

1. Exercise open answers: ”The River Police”

Click here for the sound file to ”The River Police”.

Key to ”The River Police”.

2. Exercise multiple matching: ”Where are They?”

Click here for the sound file to ”Where are They?”

Key to ”Where are They?”

3. Exercise multiple matching: ”What’s My Line?”

Click here for the sound file to ”What’s My Line?”

Key to ”What’s My Line?”

 

READING EXERCISES

1. Open answers: ”Florence Nightingale”

Key to ”Florence Nightingale”

2. Open answers: The Last Expedition
Key to ”The Last Expedition”

3. Open answers/ Multiple choice: From ”One Life to Another” 
Key to ”One Life to Another”

4. Multiple choice: ”Short Texts I”
Key to ”Short Texts I”

5. Multiple choice: ”Short Texts II”
Key to ”Short Texts II”

6. Multiple choice: ”Secret Agent”
Key to ”Secret Agent”

7. Fill in the blanks/Multiple choice: ”Can Boys Do Better?”
Key to ”Can Boys Do Better?”

8. One Word Gaps: ”Word Gaps I”
Key to ”Word Gaps I”

9. One Word Gaps: ”Word Gaps II”
Key to ”Word Gaps II”

10. Fill in the blanks: ”Wallaby”
Key to ”Wallaby”

11. Fill in the blanks: ”Washington Expert”
Key to Washington Expert”

12. Multiple matching: ”Atlanta”
Key to ”Atlanta”

13. Multiple matching: ”The Royal River”
Key to ”The Royal River”

 

SPEAKING

An example of a speaking exercise – ”Right or Wrong?”

Assessment directions (Gy2011)

 

WRITING

An example of a writing exercise – ”A Good Life”

Assessment directions (Gy2011)

 

SOME USEFUL VIDEO CLIPS

Refresh your memory about the SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT.

Now let’s move on to FORMAL WRITING

And now, let’s dig into some ESSAY STRUCTURE

COMPARISON/CONTRAST ESSAYS

OPINION ESSAY OR PERSUASIVE ESSAY

HOW TO WRITE A SUMMARY