WRITING TIPS FOR BÁSICO 2 (A2)

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7WritingTipsforEnglishLearners

APART FROM THE TIPS IN THE  PICTURE  ABOVE:

  • READ CAREFULLY THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE EXAM CARD (TIME, TASKS, NUMBER OF WORDS…)
  • DEAL WITH ALL THE POINTS
  • DRAFT YOUR WRITING  (MAIN IDEAS)
  • ALLOW YOU SOME TIME TO READ AGAIN WHAT YOU´VE WRITTEN BEFORE HANDING IN.
  • CHECK YOUR SPELLING, VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

a-good-idea1IT´S A GOOD IDEA TO WRITE AFTER MODELS AT THIS LEVEL AND TRY TO USE THE TYPICAL KIND OF LANGUAGE AND PHRASES NATIVE SPEAKERS USE IN THESE SITUATIONS. SO, HAVE A LOOK AT THIS HANDOUT. IT MIGHT BE USEFUL!!.

USEFUL PHRASES for EMAILS and INFORMAL LETTERS

 

a-good-idea1IT MIGHT ALSO BE A GOOD IDEA TO WORK ON THE WRITING TASKS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS. YOU HAVE SOME EXAMPLES BELOW

https://www.dropbox.com/s/hniein6fshnhwm0/IN_NB_EE_MA_11.pdf

https://www.dropbox.com/s/e54w7yimbhynuhv/IN_NB_MA_%20EE%20_2010.pdf

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ddygamwpdpf1cyy/IN_NB%20EE%20_MA_09.pdf

 

NOW YOU ONLY HAVE TO RELAX AND DO YOUR BEST!!

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