Preliminary (B1)

Hello all!

We’re closer and closer to getting back to normal, you can practically feel it in the air!

At Euroschool we are already thinking about the summer, summer classes and courses and, because of our years of experience, we know that a lot of you are going to need or want to take the B1 Preliminary exam, formerly known as PET. That’s why we have decided to run this post with useful information and new platforms available. Scroll down and take a look!

First of all, we are going to tell you about all of our previous posts that can help you to understand different concepts regarding the B1 exam, from the type of exercises to the target level.

Under the category ‘The Teacher’s Corner’ on this blog, you’ll find a variety of posts about grammar points which are part of the B1 syllabus. These are just an example:

Conditionals

Modal verbs

Question tags

But, you know that we’re always looking for new apps and multimedia activities for you to learn and reach your objectives in the most entertaining way possible and we’ve found something we really think you’re going to like:

Exam Lift App

This is an app by Cambridge English designed to help students reach the B1 level. It is true that its main focus is on exam-like exercises but, remember, this is also great practice whether you’re thinking of taking the Preliminary exam or not.

Exam Lift is available for Android and iOS so you can download it directly to your phone, tablet or iPad and start practising! Also, Cambridge English has recently launched the Exam Lift app for A2 level (KEY) so if you find the B1 level exercises too challenging you can always download the A2 app and work your way up from it.

We think this is a great way to practice from home so, let us know what you think!

See you for our next post, #staysafe!

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