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EXAMEN ANGLIA ELEMENTARY
El examen Anglia ELEMENTARY
Elemental es A2 en el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia. Sobre las cuatro habilidades de leer, escribir, escuchar y hablar (opcional), los nuevos elementos que este nivel evalúa son:
¿Qué prueba ELEMENTARY?
Comprensión de más vocabulario incluido tiempos futuros, presente perfecto, pasado continuo, verbos compuestos y preposicionales, etc.
¿Qué debe hacer el candidato en el examen First Step?
una composición corta
Preguntas de respuestas múltiples
Completar las lagunas
Reorganizar el orden de las palabras
Responda preguntas verdaderas / falsas
Indicadores de desempeño
escriba un breve texto conectado sobre temas descriptivos o narrativos
leer y comprender un texto de una gama familiar de temas
hacer y responder preguntas sobre eventos pasados o presentes
distinguir y utilizar una variedad de tiempos en contextos familiares: pasado, presente y futuro
expresar la intención básica, propósito, obligación, preferencia y consejo
Gramática y estructura de los contenidos del examen Elementary de Anglia
|GTRAMAR AND STRUCTURES||WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?||SOME EXAMPLES|
|Future simple -will 1st conditional - with 'if' clause present and result clause will/won't||Talking about future plans Talking about future plans which have conditions on them||What will you do when you are older? |
If it rains, we won't go to the park.
|Future of intention 'be going to'||Talking about future intentions ||I'm going to see a film this evening..|
|Past continuous - when, while||Talking about past activities which were interrupted||I was having my breakfast when the postman knocked.|
While I was studying, he played loud music.
|Used to||Talking about long past habits and states||My father used to work in an office. |
My sister used to have long hair.
|Modals -should, must||Expressing obligation and advice||You must study hard if you want to go to university. |
You mustn't worry about it.
You should always lock your car..
|Infinitive of purpose||Talking about the purpose of doing something||Jane went to America to learn English.|
|Isn't he? Aren't you? Do you? Etc||Asking for confirmation of a negative or positive statement or inviting an answer to a question||You are coming to my party, aren't you? |
You haven't seen my car keys, have you?
|Identifying people and objects||Identification ||This is the best cake that I have ever eaten. |
Jack is the one who is sitting at the back of the class.
|Myself, himself, herself, etc.||dentify people and objects||He hurt himself.|
|Adverbs of frequency, e.g. never, sometimes; adverbs of manner, e.g. quietly, slowly; adverbs of time, e.g. today, now. Adverbs of degree, e.g. a lot, a little (and associated word order) Simple modal adverbs e.g. possibly, probably, perhaps Adverbs of sequence e.g. first, finally, next, then||Describing how often, how, when and to what extent people do something. Indicating degree of possibility. Ordering events and understanding instructions and directions||I have never flown in a plane. |
At the moment, the children are playing in the park.
The children walked home slowly.
He is probably in his room.
First, I had my breakfast.
Go down the road and then straight on.
|The contrast of too/enough||Talking about the extent of something||The student isn't trying hard enough, he never does his homework. The student is trying too hard, he will make himself ill.|
|Prepositions as used in some very common phrasal verbs* and prepositional phrases*.||You must put on a hat if you go out in the sun. |
I am very fond of my pets.
|e.g. really, quite, so, very||Indicating degree||It is really hot today.|
|Markers e.g. right, well. Use of substitution.||Structuring conversation. Responding appropriately.||"Right, has everyone got a book?" I think so. I hope so.|
|First name, surname, age, date of birth, address, postcode, country, nationality.||"Coping in formal situations especially when filling in forms||Date of Birth: 30.10.78|
|An essay at this level|
|The Birthday Party |
My favourite birthday party was yesterday. I had a great time.
When we woke up in the morning, we went to the cake shop to buy my birthday cake. It
was beautiful. It had the shape of a castle. I wanted to eat it before the birthday party
but I was patient and I didn't eat it.
In the afternoon, my cousins, my aunt and my uncle finally arrived. I was so happy. We
all sang Happy Birthday and after that we ate the cake. I also had a lot of presents.
This day was the best day of my life.