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Common Mistakes at Proficiency...and How to Avoid Them Ensino de Idiomas Edition
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This invaluable little book highlights the real mistakes that students make in the exam - and shows how to avoid them. Based on analysis of thousands of exam scripts, each unit targets a key problem area. Clear explanations and exercises help students to use the language accurately. Regular tests offer students a further opportunity to check and consolidate what they have learnt. * Highlights common mistakes that learners really make * Based on analysis of thousands of exam scripts * Short, snappy explanations focus on key problem areas * Includes exam-style exercises
About the Author
Julie Moore has been involved in ELT for over 12 years, working first as a teacher in Greece and the Czech Republic before returning to the UK to complete an MA at the University of Birmingham. In recent years, she has worked as a lexicographer on a number of learner's dictionaries and has been involved in research, editing and writing on a range of ELT projects, especially in the areas of vocabulary and learner errors. Julie currently works as a freelancer from her home in Bristol.
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The exam itself is not so tough. It took me 2 weeks studying for it, preparing for the long 8-hours of exams [Be aware that the exam is changing its shape this year- 2013], but in the end i managed to pass on my first try.
I am not sure if maybe i got lucky, but if you are confident with your skills, if you are capable of writing (i mean writing essays like in college) and if you can write/read a lot and fast - you have god chances with this exam.
In the worst case scenario: this is exam is up every year. If you failed once, you can try the next year.
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