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Người gửi: Ngô Văn Lợi
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Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English
WITH ANSWERS

Contents
Introduction 5
Test 1 Paper 1 Reading 7
Paper 2 Writing 16
Paper 3 Use of English 18
Paper 4 Listening 26
Paper 5 Speaking 31
44
Test 3
70
Test 2
Paper 1
Reading 33

Paper 2
Writing 42

Paper 3
Use of English

Paper 4
Listening 52

Paper 5
Speaking 57

Paper 1
Reading 59

Paper 2
Writing 68

Paper 3
Use of English

Paper 4
Listening 78

Paper 5
Speaking 83

 Test 4 Paper 1 Reading 85
Paper 2 Writing 94
Paper 3 Use of English 96
Paper 4 Listening 104
Paper 5 Speaking 109
Visual materials for Paper 5 colour section
Test 1 Paper 5 frames 110
Test 2 Paper 5 frames 113
Test 3 Paper 5 frames 116
Test 4 Paper 5 frames 119
Marks and results 122
Test 1 Key and transcript 133
Test 2 Key and transcript 144
Test 3 Key and transcript 155
Test 4 Key and transcript 166
Sample answer sheets 177
3
Introduction
This collection of four complete practice tests comprises papers from the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) examination; students can practise these tests on their own or with the help of a teacher.
The CAE examination is part of a suite of general English examinations produced by Cambridge ESOL. This suite consists of five examinations that have similar characteristics but are designed for different levels of English language ability. Within the five levels, CAE is at Level CI in the Council of Europe`s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment. It has also been accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority in the UK as a Level 2 ESOL certificate in the National Qualifications Framework. The CAE examination is widely recognised in commerce and industry and in individual university faculties and other educational institutions.
Examination
Council of Europe Framework Level
UK National
Qualifications
Framework Level

CPE
Certificate of Proficiency in English
C2

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CAE
Certificate in Advanced English


FCE
First Certificate in English
B2

PET
Preliminary English Test
Bl
Entry 3

KET
Key English Test
A2
Entry 2
Further information
The information contained in this practice book is designed to be an overview of the exam. For a full description of all of the above exams including information about task types, testing focus and preparation, please see the relevant handbooks which can be obtained from Cambridge ESOL at the address below or from the website at: www.CambridgeESOL.org
University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations 1 Hills Road Cambridge CB1 2EU United Kingdom
 5
Introduction
The structure of CAE: an overview
The CAE examination consists of five papers.
Paper 1 Reading 1 hour 15 minutes
This paper consists of four parts, each containing one text or several shorter pieces. There are
34 questions in total, including multiple choice, gapped text and multiple matching. «
Paper 2 Writing 1 hour 30 minutes
This paper consists of two parts which carry equal marks. In Part 1, which is compulsory, input material of up to 150 words is provided on which candidates have to base their answers. Candidates have to write either an article, a letter, a proposal, or a report of between 180 and 220 words.
In Part 2, there are four tasks from which candidates choose one to write about. The range of tasks from which questions may be drawn includes an article, a competition entry, a contribution to a longer piece, an essay, an information sheet, a letter, a proposal, a report and a review. The last question is based on the set books. These books remain on the list for two years. Look on the website, or contact the Cambridge ESOL Local Secretary in your area for the up-to-date list of set books. The question on the set books has two options from which candidates choose one to write about. In this part, candidates have to write between 220 and 260 words.
Paper 3 Use of English 1 hour
This paper consists of five parts and tests control of English grammar and vocabulary. There are 50 questions in total. The tasks include gap-filling exercises, word formation, lexical appropriacy and sentence transformation.
Paper 4 Listening 40 minutes (approximately)
This paper consists of four parts. Each part contains a recorded text or texts and some questions including multiple choice, sentence completion and multiple matching. There is a total of 30 questions. Each text is heard twice.
Paper 5 Speaking 15 minutes
This paper consists of four parts. The standard test format is two candidates and two