Top English teacher Elly explains how she teaches conditional sentences in her English lessons. These are important for FCE students so this should be very useful.
FCE Academy is the best app to drill Cambridge English: First Use of English - here's my review. Try it free and unlock the full version with a discount code.
Learning vocabulary is hard, so make sure you're using your time and energy in the most effective way. In the first video in this 3-part series I focus on WHICH vocabulary you should learn.
I give feedback on an article written by a student, then show an improved, rewritten version.
A guest post from blogger Veronica Hunt in which she gives 9 tips on how to unwind before an exam.
In this article I try to explain the new way Cambridge calculates your Cambridge First score, and introduce you to the Cambridge English scale.
Is it possible to write better without a teacher looking over your shoulder? What if there was an app that could help? Would you try it for free? If yes, you need to read this article!
Struggling with FCE Use of English Part 1? We've got some extra practice for you. Click it!
Looking for more practice for the Cambridge English: First (FCE) listening test? Come and watch my video, check your answers and read the explanations.
Some key vocabulary you can learn to get the best score in Cambridge English: First listening test part 1
This article will help you write great essays in the FCE writing exam.
Do you want to know how to write a review for FCE? This is the website you need!
Useful phrases for the last part of the First Certificate speaking test, with some examples of how to use them.
Finish the Speaking test on a high note - impress the examiners by giving full answers to their questions. Start practicing here.
Useful phrases for part 3 of the FCE Speaking test, with examples of how to use them.
Do you want a list of useful phrases for the FCE speaking test? Here's a great list, but we also explain HOW to use all the sentences. Great, right?
This article lists 91 questions that you might be asked in part 1 of the Cambridge English: First speaking test.