FCE Use of English Part One question writing Version 2

Group A: First Certificate Practise Tests 1 (CUP) Test 3

Write similar words next to those given below to make four options for each, then write a sentence where only one of the four options is correct to test the other group with. Write out the options again under each sentence so that the other group don’t know which ones you wrote and which were already there.

1. would, could, should

2. up, in, out

3. weakened, depressed

4. curiosity

5. become

6. warning

7. bothered

8. confidence

9. ignoring, omitting, avoiding

10. through

11. gaining

12. on

13. took

14. help

15. quiet

Do the tasks that the other team give you.

Do the original exam tasks.

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FCE Use of English Part One question writing Version 2

Group B: First Certificate Practise Tests 1 (CUP) Test 5

Write similar words next to those given below to make four options for each, then write a sentence where only one of the four options is correct to test the other group with. Write out the options again under each sentence so that the other group don’t know which ones you wrote and which were already there.

1. gained, fetched, attached

2. fact, case, circumstance

3. common, natural

4. at

5. react

6. advanced

7. for the present

8. as

9. run, appointed, commanded

10. had

11. largely

12. relation

13. works out

14. allowed

15. point

Do the tasks that the other team give you.

Do the original exam tasks.

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