a cura di Claire Pinks
For students who have not passed mono 1/mono 2, apart from revising from your notes taken in class, there are many resources available for self-study.
The Campus Lab has a variety of materials, please go to the library for more information:
There are also test books that you could buy for further practice:
- Pearson Practice Tests for First (B2) and Advanced (C1): https://www.pearsonelt.com/catalogue/exam-prep/practice-tests-plus.html
Link to listening materials: https://www.english.com/practicetestsplus/
- Cambridge Past Papers
- Test books with exam training
Grammar Practice and Revision:
All students who have used Expert (First or Advanced) are advised to go through the grammar section at the back of the student’s book and do corresponding exercises in the Students Resource Book, if necessary repeating exercises (and listening tasks).
Please use your grammar book to revise structures. Follow the instructions on the inside cover to enroll online and access more interactive practice.
There is also variety of online resources, such as https://www.flo-joe.co.uk/
...and free apps that you can download to your phone, such as English Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy
...as well as videos on You Tube, such as BBC Learning English grammar videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5hDy53iGNA&index=2&list=PLcetZ6gSk96_zHuVg6Ecy2F7j4Aq4valQ
Highly recommended: Oxford Word Skills – Intermediate. This is a self-study vocabulary book that is well organized and provides self-testing review sections.
Try to devise a study plan now in preparation for your next mono exam, and write to your teacher if you are having any difficulties or, in the case of students preparing for mono 1, please send her/him any writing practice by email, which the teacher will correct and give feedback in her/his office hours: see Ricevimento Collaboratori Esperti Linguistici