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Language: English | Size: 4.56 GB | Duration: 4h 5m
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What you'll learn
Master key vocabulary and high level grammar that examiners look for in your review
Discover how to use descriptive language and phrasal verbs get a top score at C1 level
Learn and practise essential review structure so that your writing flows naturally
Learn C1 Marking Criteria so that you can write exactly what the examiner expects
Improve your written fluency by learning vital cohesive devices and grammar techniques
Write in real- on the presentation slides and play interactive quizzes and games
Everything you need to know is in the course!
Are you taking the Cambridge English C1 Exam and finding the writing part difficult Are you writing a lot but not improving Don't worry, after this course, you'll write like a pro and pass the C1 exam easily!
✓Learn step-by-step how to plan and organise a C1 review
✓ 100% interactive slides - practice your writing in real- with me
✓ Change repetitive, boring writing into a high-level, engaging review
✓ Learn the vital, complex grammar forms that examiners look for when they read your review
✓Play games, use flashcards and take quizzes to practice fundamental vocabulary and grammar
✓Discover amazing apps and websites to help you study at home
✓ Get easy tips to improve your writing
This course will show how to build your writing skills from B2 level to C1 level and put those skills into practice in the exam. It's 100% interactive, and you can even write directly onto the slides in real- and I can see everything that you write!
By the end of this course, you'll be able to write a top-scoring C1 review that will wow your examiner and help you get that C1 certificate.
So go ahead and click on the ENROLL NOW button and come and join over 40,000 students who are currently studying with i-Speak English!
Thanks for enrolling and I'll see you in the course!
Who this course is for:
Students who need to pass the Cambridge C1 exam and find writing difficult
Students who can't think of what to write in response to a review question
Students who struggle to write in an informal and descriptive way
Students who have failed the C1 exam before because of poor writing skills
Students who need expert advice on how to improve their writing skills