CAE :: Lesson 32

LOS CURSOS DE INGLES GRATIS PREFERIDOS POR LOS HISPANOHABLANTES

 

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CAE ADVICE 6/8

 

 

PAPER 2 - WRITING: A LETTER

In Paper 2, Writing, you have to answer two questions. For the Part 1 question there is no choice: everyone must write the same kind of letter which should be 120-180 words long.

For your second question, in Part 2, you usually have a choice of four topics about 220-260 words long each topic. You have 1 hour 30 minutes for the whole paper.

Check here a sample taken from an original CAE Written Exam.

INSTRUCTIONS

Look at the instructions carefully. They will tell you:

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What you must read before you start to write.

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Who you should write to (for example, a friend or someone you know well, or the director of a company, a newspaper editor or some other stranger).

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Your reason for writing the letter (for example, to give information, to make a request or a complaint, to apologise).

READING

There will be some short texts to read (for example, an advertisement, letter, newspaper report, handwritten notes) and perhaps a photo or illustration to look at. You should study these carefully to find the information you need to write your letter.

 

WRITING

Look at the instructions carefully. They will tell you:

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Follow the instructions exactly.

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Think about who you are writing to and how he or she will feel about your letter.

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Organise your ideas carefully.

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Make sure your reason for writing is clear.

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Include all the necessary information from the reading texts, but use your own words as far as possible.

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Check that your grammar, spelling and punctuation are correct.

 

AFTER YOU WRITE

Check that your letter ...

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has followed the instructions exactly.

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begins and ends in a suitable way.

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uses correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.

 

 

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