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FIRST CERTIFICATE IN ENGLISH

B2 - középfok

 

Paper 1

Reading

 

1 hour

 

Length of texts: Approximately 2,000 words overall

Part 1: Multiple choice

A text followed by 4-option multiple-choice questions

Number of questions: 8

Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks

Part 2: Gapped text

A text from which sentences have been removed and placed in jumbled order after the text. Candidates must decide from where in the text the sentences have been removed.

Number of questions: 7

Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks

Part 3: Multiple matching

A text or several short texts preceded by multiple-matching questions. Candidates must match prompts to elements in the text.

Number of questions: 15

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Paper 2

Writing

1 hour 20 minutes

Part 1: Question 1

: Question 1

Writing a letter or email

Candidates are required to deal with input material of up to 160 words. This may include material taken from advertise-ments, extracts from letters, emails, schedules, etc.

One compulsory task

Length: 120-150 words

For a top mark to be awarded, the candidate's writing fully achieves the desired effect on the target reader. All the content points required in the task are included and expanded appropriately. Ideas are organised effectively, with the use of a variety of linking devices and a wide range of structure and vocabulary. The language is well developed, and any errors that do occur are minimal and perhaps due to ambitious attempts at more complex language. Register and format which is consistently appropriate to the purpose of the task and the audience is used.

Part 2: Questions 2-4

: Questions 2-4

Writing one of the following: an article, an essay, a letter, a report, a review, a story

Question 5 (with two options)

Writing one of the following, based on one of two prescribed reading texts: an article, an essay, a letter, a report, a review

One task to be selected from a choice of five

Length: 120-180 words

 

Paper 3

Use of English

45 minutes

Part 1: Multiple-choice cloze

A modified cloze test containing 12 gaps and followed by 4-option lexical/lexico-grammatical multiple choice items.

Number of questions: 12

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 2: Open cloze

A modified cloze test containing 12 gaps of grammatical/ lexico-grammatical type.

Number of questions: 12

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 3: Word formation

A text containing 10 gaps. Each gap corresponds to a word. The stems of the missing words are given beside the text and must be changed to form the missing word.

Number of questions: 10

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 4: Key word transformations

Eight separate items, each with a lead-in sentence and a gapped second sentence to be completed in two to five words, one of which is a given 'key word'.

Number of questions: 8

Marks: each correct answer receives up to 2 marks

Paper 4

Listening

40 minutes

Each part is heard twice.

Part 1: Multiple choice

A series of short unrelated extracts, of appr. 30 seconds each, from monologues or exchanges between interacting speakers. There is one multiple-choice question per text, each with 3 options.

Number of questions: 8

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 2: Sentence completion

A monologue or text involving interacting speakers and lasting appr. 3 minutes. Candidates are required to complete the sentences with information heard on the recording.

Number of questions: 10

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 3: Multiple matching

Five short related monologues, of appr. 30 seconds each. The multiple-matching questions require selection of the correct option from a list of six.

Number of questions: 5

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 4: Multiple choice

A monologue or text involving interacting speakers and lasting appr. 3 minutes. There are seven multiple-choice questions, each with 3 options.

Number of questions: 7

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Paper 5

Speaking

14 minutes

Two candidates and two examiners

Part 1: A conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate

A conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate

3 minutes

 

Throughout the test candidates are assessed on their own performance and not in relation to each other, by two examiners. The assessor awards marks according to four analytical criteria:

  • Grammar and vocabulary
  • Discourse management
  • Pronunciation
  • Interactive communication

The interlocutor awards a mark for Global Achievement.

Part 2: An individual 'long turn' for each candidate with a brief response from the second candidate. In turn, candidates are given a pair of photographs to talk about.

An individual 'long turn' for each candidate with a brief response from the second candidate. In turn, candidates are given a pair of photographs to talk about.

A 1 minute 'long turn' for each candidate plus 20-second response from the second candidate.

Part 3: A two-way conversation between the candidates. The candidates are given spoken instructions with written and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task.

A two-way conversation between the candidates. The candidates are given spoken instructions with written and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task.

3 minutes

Part 4: A discussion on topics related to the collaborative task (spoken questions)

A discussion on topics related to the collaborative task (spoken questions)

4 minutes

 

 
CERTIFICATE IN ADVANCED ENGLISH

C1 - felsőfok 

 

 

Paper 1

Reading

 

1 hour 15 minutes

 

Length of texts: Approximately 3,000 words overall

Part 1: Multiple choice

Three themed texts followed by two 4-option multiple-choice questions on each text

Number of questions: 6

Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks

Part 2: Gapped text

A text from which paragraphs have been removed and placed in jumbled order after the text. Candidates must decide from where in the text the paragraphs have been removed.

Number of questions: 6

Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks

Part 3: Multiple choice

A text followed by two 4-option multiple-choice questions

Number of questions: 7

Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks

Part 4: Multiple matching

A text or several short texts preceded by multiple-matching questions. Candidates must match a prompt to elements in the text.

Number of questions: 15

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Paper 2

Writing

1 hour 30 minutes

Part 1: Question 1

: Question 1

Writing one of the following: an article, a report, a proposal, a letter

Candidates are required to deal with input material of up to 150 words. This may include material taken from advertise-ments, extracts from letters, emails, post-cards, diaries, short articles, etc.

One compulsory task

Length: 180-220 words

For a top mark to be awarded, the candidate's writing has a very positive effect on the target reader. The content is relevant and the topic is fully developed. Information and ideas are skilfully organised through a range of cohesive devices, which are used to good effect. A wide range of complex structures and vocabulary is used effectively. Errors are minimal, and inaccuracies which do occur have no impact on communication. Register and format are consistent-ly appropriate to the purpose of the task and the audience.

Part 2: Questions 2-4

: Questions 2-4

Writing one of the following: an article, a competition entry, a contribution to a longer piece, an essay, an information sheet, a letter, a proposal, a report, a review.

Question 5 (with two options)

Writing one of the following, based on one of two prescribed reading texts: an article, an essay, a report, a review

One task to be selected from a choice of five

Length: 220-260 words

Paper 3

Use of English

1 hour

Part 1: Multiple-choice cloze

A modified cloze test containing 12 gaps and followed by 4-option lexical/lexico-grammatical multiple choice items.

Number of questions: 12

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 2: Open cloze

A modified cloze test containing 15 gaps of grammatical/ lexico-grammatical type.

Number of questions: 15

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 3: Word formation

A text containing 10 gaps. Each gap corresponds to a word. The stems of the missing words are given beside the text and must be changed to form the missing word.

Number of questions: 10

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 4: Gapped sentences

Questions are made of 3 discrete sentences. Each sentence contains one gap. The gapped word is common to the 3 sentences. Candidates must write one word which is appropriate in all 3 sentences.

Number of questions: 5

Marks: each correct answer receives up to 2 marks

Part 5: Key word transformations

Eight separate items, each with a lead-in sentence and a gapped second sentence to be completed in three to six words, one of which is a given 'key word'.

Number of questions: 8

Marks: each correct answer receives up to 2 marks

Paper 4

Listening

40 minutes

Each part is heard twice.

Part 1: Multiple choice

Three short extracts from exchanges between interacting speakers with two multiple-choice questions on each extract.

Number of questions: 6

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 2: Sentence completion

A monologue (which may be introduced by a presenter) lasting appr. 3 minutes. Candidates are required to complete the sentences with information heard on the recording.

Number of questions: 8

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 3: Multiple choice

A conversation between two or more speakers of appr. 4 minutes. There are 6 multiple-choice questions, each with four options.

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Number of questions: 6

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Part 4: Multiple matching

Five short themed monologues, of appr. 30 seconds each. Each multiple-matching task requires selection of the correct option from a list of eight.

Number of questions: 10

Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark

Paper 5

Speaking

15 minutes

Two candidates and two examiners

Part 1: A conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate

A conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate

3 minutes

 

Throughout the test candidates are assessed on their own performance and not in relation to each other, by two examiners. The assessor awards marks according to five analytical criteria:

  • Grammatical resource
  • Vocabulary resource
  • Discourse management
  • Pronunciation
  • Interactive communication

The interlocutor awards a mark for Global Achievement.

Part 2: An individual 'long turn' for each candidate with a brief response from the second candidate. In turn, candidates are given three pictures to talk about.

An individual 'long turn' for each candidate with a brief response from the second candidate. In turn, candidates are given three pictures to talk about.

A 1 minute 'long turn' for each candidate, plus a 30-second response from the second candidate.

Part 3: A two-way conversation between the candidates. The candidates are given spoken instructions with written and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task.

A two-way conversation between the candidates. The candidates are given spoken instructions with written and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task.

3 minutes

Part 4: A discussion on topics related to the collaborative task (spoken questions)

A discussion on topics related to the collaborative task (spoken questions)

4 minutes

 

 

CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH

C2 – felsőfok
 
 
Paper 1: Reading and Use of English
1 hour 30 minutes
Length of texts: 2,900-3,400 words in total
Part 1
Task type and focus: Multiple choice cloze 
The main focus is on vocabulary, .e.g. idioms, collocations, fixed phrases, complementation, phrasal verbs, semantic precision.
Format: A single text with eight gaps. Candidates must choose one word or phrase from a set of four to fill each gap. 
Number of questions: 8
Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark
Part 2
Task type and focus: Open cloze
The main focus is on awareness and control of grammar with some focus on vocabulary.
Format: A modified cloze text consisting of a text with eight gaps. Candidates think of the word which best fits each gap.
Number of questions: 8
Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark
Part 3
Task type and focus: Word formation
The main focus is on vocabulary in particular the use of affixation, internal changes and compounding in word formation. 
Format: A text containing eight gaps. Each gap corresponds to a word. The stems of the missing words are given beside the text and must be changed to form the missing word.
Number of questions: 8
Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark
Part 4
Task type and focus: Key word transformations
The focus is on grammar, vocabulary and collocation.
Format: Six discrete items with a lead-in sentence and a gapped response to complete in 3-8 words including a given ‘key’ word.
Number of questions: 6
Marks: each correct answer receives up to 2 marks
Part 5
Task type and focus: Multiple choice
Understanding of detail, opinion, attitude, tone, purpose, main idea, implication, text organisation features (exemplification, comparison, reference).
Format: A text followed by 4-option multiple-choice questions. 
Number of questions: 6
Marks: each correct answer receives 2 marks
Part 6
Task type and focus: Gapped text
Understanding cohesion, coherence, text structure, global meaning
Format: A text from which paragraphs have been removed and placed in jumbled order after the text. Candidates must decide from where in the text the paragraphs have been removed.
Number of questions: 7
Marks: each correct answer receives up to 2 marks
Part 7
Task type and focus: Multiple matching
Understanding detail, opinion, attitude, specific information
Format: A text, or several short texts, preceded by multiple-matching questions. Candidates must match a prompt to elements in the text.
Number of questions: 10
Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark
Paper 2: Writing
1 hour 30 minutes
Part 1
Task type and focus: Question 1
Writing a compulsory essay. The task focus is discursive.
Format: Candidates are required to write an essay summarising and evaluating the key ideas contained in two texts of approximately 100 words each.  
Number of tasks and length: One compulsory task; 240-280 words
Part 2
Task type and focus: Either Questions 2-4, writing one of the following:
  • an article,
  • a letter, 
  • a report,
  • a review.
Or Question 5 writing one of the following, based on reading one from a prescribed list of two books:
  • an article,
  • an essay,
  • a letter, 
  • a report,
  • a review.
Format: contextualised writing tasks, each specified in no more than 70 words
Number of tasks and length: Five tasks from which candidates choose one, 280-320 words
Paper 4: Listening
40 minutes
Each part is heard twice.
Marks: each correct answer receives 1 mark
Part 1: 
Task type and focus: Three-option multiple choice
Gist, detail, function, purpose, topic, speaker, feeling, attitude, opinion, etc.
Format: Three short unrelated texts lasting approximately 1 minute each, consisting of either monologues or exchanges between interacting speakers. There are two multiple-choice questions per text, each with three options.
Number of questions: 6
Part 2: 
Task type and focus: Sentence completion
Detail, stated opinion
Format: A monologue lasting 3-4 minutes.
Number of questions: 9
Part 3: 
Task type and focus: Four-option multiple choice 
Opinion, gist, detail, inference, agreement
Format: A text involving interactive speakers lasting 3-4 minutes.  
Number of questions: 5
Part 4: 
Task type and focus: Multiple matching
Gist, attitude, main points, interpreting context
Format: Five short themed monologues, of approximately 35 seconds each. There are two multiple-matching tasks. Each multiple-matching task requires selection of the five correct options from a list of eight.
Number of questions: 10
Paper 5: Speaking
16 minutes
Two candidates and two examiners
Part 1
Task type and format:Conversation between the interlocutor and each candidate (spoken questions)
Focus: General interactional and social language
Timing: 2 minutes
Part 2
Task type and format: A two-way conversation between the candidates. The candidates are given instructions with written and visual stimuli, which are used in a decision-making task.
Format: Sustaining an interaction, exchanging ideas, expressing and justifying opinions, agreeing and/or disagreeing, suggesting, speculating, evaluating, reaching a decision through negotiation, etc.
Timing: 4 minutes
Part 3: 
Task type and format: An individual long turn from each candidate followed by a discussion on topics related to the long turns. Each candidate in turn is given a written question to respond to. The interlocutor leads a discussion to explore further the topics of the long turns. 
Focus: Organising a larger unit of discourse, expressing and justifying opinions, developing topics.
Timing: 10 minutes (2-minute long turn for each candidate and approximately 6 minutes following the long turns).
 

 

 

CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN ENGLISH

C2 - felsőfok

 

   


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