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EXAMEN ANGLIA PRE-INTERMEDIATE
El examen Anglia Pre-Intermedio es A2 + en el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia. Se examinará en las cuatro habilidades de leer, escribir, escuchar y hablar (opcional).
¿Qué prueba Pre-Intermediate?
La habilidad de expresar acuerdos con declaraciones positivas y negativas , el pasivo, el segundo condicional, el presente perfecto continuo, más verbos compuestos , comprensión de un mayor vocabulario, etc.
¿Qué debe hacer el candidato en el examen Pre-intermediary?
una composición corta
un breve mensaje informal
Preguntas de respuestas múltiples
Transformación de oración
Reorganizar el orden de las palabras
Declaraciones verdaderas / falsas
Indicadores de desempeño
escribe un breve texto conectado sobre temas descriptivos, narrativos o imaginarios
leer y comprender un texto de una gama familiar de temas
distinguir y usar una variedad de tiempos verbales: pasado, presente y futuro
hacer y responder preguntas sobre eventos pasados, presentes o futuros
expresar la intención básica, propósito, obligación, preferencia, consejo, acuerdo y desacuerdo, hipótesis y proceso
Gramática y estructura de los contenidos del examen Pre- Intermediate de Anglia
|GTRAMAR AND STRUCTURES||WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?||SOME EXAMPLES|
|The passive voice||Talking about a process, Omitting the active subject||The best computer games are made in Japan. |
The new church was built last year.
|The second conditional - if / past tense + would / non finite verb||Talking about hypothetical situations
musing ||If I worked harder, I would get higher marks. |
If I won some money, I would buy a new car.
|Present perfect continuous||Expressing unfinished or recently completed actions||How long have you been living in London?|
|The gerund after certain verbs||I enjoy learning English. |
I hate eating spaghetti.
|Non finite verbs in particular phrases: e.g. make someone do something, let someone do something||Expressing persuasion and permission||Mary's parents let her drive their car. |
My father made me do my homework.
|I' would rather + non finite verb I had better + non finite verb (Both of these in contracted forms too: I'd better, he'd better, we'd rather etc||Expressing preference and advice||I would rather eat fish than meat. |
You had better take an umbrella or you'll get wet.
I'd rather eat...
You'd better take...
|For and since More adverbs of frequency, manner, time or degree||Expressing time periods from a point in the past, relating them to the present Describing how often, when, how, and how much people do something||I have lived in this house for five years. I haven't swum in the sea since last summer. I'm still here. He's already finished. That bird rarely visits Britain. We hardly knew him.|
|Neither do I/so do I||Expressing concurrence with a positive or a negative statement Expressing concurrence within a positive or negative statement||I don't like playing computer games. |
Neither do I.
I like eating chocolate.
So do I.
Jane loves chocolate and so do her friends.
I don't like cabbage and neither does my sister.
|An essay at this level|
|The Worst Week of My Life |
The worst week of my life was when my dog died.
It was such an beautiful and sweet animal. My parents bought him for me when I was
five years old. His name was Bobby. He died two years ago. He was sick and the only
thing that he did was sleeping. And when he died I couldn't sleep for a week. I missed
I couldn't eat that whole week. I've still got his pictures. That same week I went to the
shopping centre with my friends and I was still a bit tired. We went together to an
animal shop and my friends bought a new dog for me. We called him Tommy. He
looked the same as Bobby, but Tommy was younger. I often think about Bobby, but I'm
getting over it.