Fce Writing

Topics: Writing, Jules Verne, Essay Pages: 2 (527 words) Published: April 28, 2013
February 2009

FCE Sample Test

Writing – Part 1

You must answer this question. Write your answer in 120-150 words in an appropriate style. 1. You are planning to visit your friend Robin in Canada. Robin has written to you. Read Robin’s letter and the notes you have made. Then write a letter to Robin, using all your notes.

Say which and why Yes! Explain…

My friends and I are going to a sports camp in the mountains in July. We’d love you to join us there. We can play tennis, hockey, football, basketball and other sports. We can stay in rooms or sleep in tents. Which would you prefer? We’ll cook together in the evenings. Is there something special from your county that you could cook? You could fly over to Canada a few days before the sports camp and stay with me here in the city. What would you like to do before we go to the camp? Write soon. Robin

Great because...

Tell Robin

Write your letter. You must use grammatically correct sentences with accurate spelling and punctuation in a style appropriate for the situation. Do not write any postal addresses.

February 2009

FCE Sample Test

Writing – Part 2

Write an answer to one of the questions 2-5 in this part. Write your answer in 120-180 words in an appropriate style. 2 You see this advertisement in an English language newspaper.

INTERNATIONAL BOOKSHOP REQUIRES SUMMER STAFF Do you like books and reading? Do you speak English? Do you have any useful experience? Apply to the manager, Mrs Benson, saying why you think you are suitable for a job in our international bookshop. Write your letter of application. Do not write any postal addresses. 3...
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