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INDEX of EXTRA FCE/B2 MATERIAL - an alphabetical index of the extra material or former Golden Oldie Exercises.

EXTRA FCE/B2 MATERIAL - this was called Golden Oldie Exercises before and contains more practice and useful material.

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Exercises for FCE or B2

Here are some free interactive Hot Potatoes exercises to help you build a useful knowledge base for FCE (B2). In particular, they will help you
with two "production" questions in Paper 1: Part 3, Use of English, Word formation and Part 4, Use of English, Key word transformation.


Practice for Paper 1, Part 3,
Use of English – Word formation


How to do it: Don't do them all at once!
Note down each 'base' word,
list the forms and write examples.




Practice for Paper 1, Part 4,
Use of English – Key word transformations
First, study the eight possible transformation types.


How to do it: Do them one after another!
First join the sentence halves,
then look at the summary.





Try the different transformation type exercises.







Three more types have been added:


















FCE Allsorts are all sorts of key word transformation:


– funny tenses
– collocations
– gerund & infinitive
– passives
– indirect speech
– modals
– conditionals
– past as subjunctive
– phrasal verbs

– too, enough, so, such, etc.
– although, etc and because, etc.
– preferences and wishes





































INDEX of EXTRA FCE/B2 MATERIAL
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EXTRA FCE/B2 MATERIAL
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Gerund and Infinitive,
Reporting Verbs,
Alice & Co and
Verb Structures:                   


Comparatives:                         


Concessives:                           


Conditionals:                           


Linking words in
a discursive essay:                   


Phrasal Verbs,
Prepositional Verbs
or what?                                   


Modals:                                     


Funny Passives: Indirect,
Reporting Verbs & Various:      


Preposition exercises
Can you have too many?           


LATEST!
Verb Structures,
Difficult Opposites,

Compound Adjectives,
As or Like,
Tag questions,
Inversion Recognition,
Any, Exaggerating,
Ahead and False Friends:          

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