Making Proficiency Use of English Part Two questions challenge

with real answers from Cambridge Proficiency Examination Papers 1

All the words below are answers from real CPE exam papers. Use them to make exam-style open cloze questions with a gap where the words given are the only correct answers. You will get one point if the other team doesn’t get the right word to go in the gap and that afterwards they agree that no other answers are possible. You should write at least three questions, starting with any words from below that you like. Unlike the real exam, you can write different unconnected sentences for each word (not a whole text).

according

all

anything

as

at

back

by/ with

come/ pop

danger

degree/ extent

for

given

however

if

in

into

little

mind

not

nothing

or

part/ aspect

so

to

up

where

with

without

After you finish the game, ask the whole class about any words above which you couldn’t think of a sentence where that was the only possible word to go in a gap.

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Making Proficiency Use of English Part Two questions challenge

with real answers from Cambridge Proficiency Examination Papers 2

All the words below are answers from real CPE exam papers. Use them to make exam-style open cloze questions with a gap where the words given are the only correct answers. You will get one point if the other team doesn’t get the right word to go in the gap and that afterwards they agree that no other answers are possible. You should write at least three questions, starting with any words from below that you like. Unlike the real exam, you can write different unconnected sentences for each word (not a whole text).

all

because

beyond

but

come

every

from

given/ with

goes

in

like

long

longer

make

making

mind

more

never

nor/ neither

other

providing

reason

result

speaking

tall

that/ something

think

until

use

vain

while

worst

After you finish the game, ask the whole class about any words above which you couldn’t think of a sentence where that was the only possible word to go in a gap.

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