Football (or soccer for our non-British readers) is so popular in the UK that words and phrases associated with the game have made their way into popular speech.
Tennis is a popular sport in the UK, and has been intertwined with British culture since 1877, when England hosted the first Wimbledon championship. Tourists, as well as sports lovers flock from all around the world to watch the games unfold.
Getting a good score on the FCE listening paper requires a lot of time and practice. A good level of English (B2), combined with effective exam strategies and techniques, will help you to complete the listening paper successfully.
Speaking is often the most important skill for learners of English. Speaking skills, however, do not develop in isolation: improving your listening skills, for example, will eventually help you improve your speaking skills.
So, you’ve prepared yourself and booked a test. You know the location and the date. The days are counting down and the time for you to finally show what you can do is coming. However, there may a few things about sitting the actual test that your textbook didn’t tell you.