ENGLISH 6


THE NATIONAL EXAMS ENGLISH 6

This is basically the level of the national exams in English 6 and what they look like:

LISTENING EXERCISES

1. Exercise matching: ”What’s the topic?”

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

Key to ”What’s the topic”.

2. Exercise matching: ”What’s the topic 2?”

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Key to ”What’s the topic 2?”

3. Exercise multiple choice: ”News Items 1”

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Key to ”News Items 1”

4. Exercise multiple choice: ”News Items 2”

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Key to ”News Items 2”

5. Exercise open answers: ”Bad Lad”

Click here for the sound file to ”Bad Lad”

Key to ”Bad Lad”

 

READING EXERCISES

1. Open answers: ”Book Review”

Key to ”Book Review”

2. Open answers: ”Jam Today, Fly Tomorrow”
Key to ”Jam Today, Fly Tomorrow”

3. Multiple choice: ”Street Markets” 
Key to ”Street Markets”

4. Multiple choice: ”Mini-Texts 1”
Key to ”Mini-Texts 1”

5. Multiple choice: ”Mini-Texts 2”
Key to ”Mini-Texts 2”

6. Multiple choice: ”Mini-Texts 3”
Key to ”Mini-Texts 3”

7. Multiple choice: ”What’s the Context?”
Key to ”What’s the Context?”

8. Multiple choice: ”Through an Uncurtained Window”
Key to ”Through an Uncurtained Window”

9. One Word Gaps: ”One Word Gaps 1”
Key to ”One Word Gaps 1”

10. Fill in the blanks: ”The Rhino’s Last Stand”
Key to ”The Rhino’s Last Stand”

11. Fill in the blanks: ”Parked against the Flow”
Key to ”Parked against the Flow”

 

SPEAKING

An example of a speaking exercise – ”Stress”

Student cards

Assessment directions (Gy2011)

 

WRITING

An example of a writing exercise – ”Temptations”

Assessment directions (Gy2011)

Assessed student texts informationE text, C text and A text.

 

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