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English Level A2

At this level you can understand:

Very basic personal, family and job-related language

Enough to meet the needs with slow, clear speech

Short, simple texts on familiar matter

Elementary (EF SET score 31-40)

English level A2 is the second level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) , a definition of different language levels written by the Council of Europe. In everyday speech, this level might be described as “basic” as in “I speak basic English”. The official level descriptor in the CEFR is “elementary”, which means the same thing: it is the foundation. At this level, students have mastered the basics of English and can communicate simple, basic needs.

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What can you do with a A2 level in English?

An A2 level of English is sufficient for tourism in an English-speaking country and socializing with English speakers, although to develop deeper friendships an A2 level is not adequate. An A2 level of English also allows for networking with English-speaking colleagues, but working in English is limited to very familiar topics at the A2 level. An A2 level of English is not sufficient for academic study or for consuming most English-language media (TV, movies, radio, magazines, etc.).

According to the official CEFR guidelines, someone at the A2 level in English:

Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).

Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

A2 level English skills in detail

The official can-do statements are broken down into smaller pieces for teaching purposes. This more detailed skill breakdown can help you assess your own English level, or help a teacher assess a student’s level. For example, a student at the A2 level in English will be able to do all the things that a student in level A1 can do, and in addition he will be able to:

evaluate coworkers' performance in the workplace.

relate events from your past, including your weekend activities and interesting stories.

describe your past life, giving details about important milestones.

entertain someone in your home or visit a friend or colleague in their home.

discuss your vacation plans and tell friends and colleagues about your vacation afterwards.

talk about the natural world and travels to see animals and natural areas in your country.

talk about movies that you like and choose a movie to see with friends.

discuss clothing and what kind of clothes you like to wear.

engage in basic communication at work, including attending meetings on familiar topics.

describe an accident or injury, get medical help from a doctor and fill a prescription for medicine.

engage in basic business socializing, welcoming guests and attending networking events.

understand and make basic business proposals in your area of expertise.

talk about and explain the rules of games.

Although progress will depend on the type of course and the individual student, students can expect to reach the A2 level in English with 200 hours of cumulative instruction.

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The priority at this level, when building up B1 English level is expanding mastery into a wider variety of subjects and learning to express more subtlety in communication.

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When learning a new language like English, developing writing skills is essential. Many beginner ESL students find it difficult to write essays, especially if they have to come up with the essay topic themselves.

Providing ESL students with writing topics and writing prompts can help students to focus and start writing. As a teacher, it can be quite challenging to come up with many ESL writing topics, so we have put together this list of ESL writing topics and writing prompts to help you out.

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Here is a list of ESL writing topics and writing prompts your students can write about.

  • Describe your dream house. Where is it? And What’s inside?
  • Talk about the best vacation you ever took.
  • What do you like to do in your spare time?
  • Write about three things you want to achieve this year.
  • What’s your earliest memory as a child?
  • What would you do if you had a million dollars?
  • What are you good at? What would you like to be good at in the future?
  • Write about the members of your family. What are they like? What do they do?
  • Write about how to cook your favorite food, step by step.
  • If you could meet anyone from history, who would you want to meet, and why?
  • Describe everything you did last weekend in as much detail as possible.
  • Write about something funny that happened to you this week.
  • What were the last three things you bought? Where did you buy them from?
  • Describe how you get ready for school every day.
  • Describe a famous person in as much detail as possible.
  • What is your favorite movie, and why?
  • What three things would you take to a desert island, and why?
  • Write about your happiest memory.
  • What makes a good friend?
  • If you could change anything about the world, what would it be?
  • If you could travel back in time, when and where would you go?
  • What’s your favorite game to play?
  • What is something you have done that you regret?
  • Describe what the world will be like in1000 years.
  • Write an essay about what you did this week.
  • Write about one of your memorable birthday celebrations.
  • Write about your exercise routine.
  • If you had three wishes, what would you wish for?
  • Describe a person you look up to.
  • What’s your opinion about social media?

Tips For Teaching ESL Writing

Error correction.

Writing in a foreign language is hard, especially for beginner ESL students. Students will likely make many mistakes in the beginning.

Although it is necessary to highlight and correct students’ errors, it can be quite demotivating for a student to only hear all the things they got wrong.

To ensure students stay motivated, be sure to praise them and tell them all the things they did well, as well as point out any grammatical mistakes.

After correcting errors, give students an opportunity to re-write their essays and correct their mistakes. Once students have completed their final draft, be sure to let them know what you liked about their essay, and you can even share this praise with other students, teachers, and even the student’s parents.

To master writing in English, students will need to write a lot of essays over time, and if students stay motivated, they are much more likely to succeed.

Ask About Students’ Interests

Another great way to keep students motivated while writing ESL essays is to encourage them to write about things that interest them.

A great way to encourage this is to ask about things students are interested in and then tailor the writing topic to them.

Students are much more likely to actively engage in a writing assignment if it is something they are interested in and passionate about.

Provide Enough Writing Prompts

ESL students often find it difficult to write long answers to essay questions. Ask an ESL student to write about their favorite restaurant, and they’ll likely give you a one-sentence answer.

To help students write longer essays, be sure to give them enough writing prompts to cover the different aspects they should cover in their writing.

For example, if students are to write about their favorite restaurant then you could give them several writing prompts such as ‘where is the restaurant’, ‘what kind of food do they serve’, ‘how much is a typical meal’, ‘what do you usually order’, etc.

Giving beginner ESL students plenty of writing prompts will help them to flesh out their essays and write longer answers.

Structure The Essay

To help ESL students become better at writing in English, teach them a particular structure you would like them to follow when writing their essays.

A typical writing structure with beginner ESL students would include an introduction, the main body of the text, and then a conclusion.

Providing students with an easy-to-follow structure will help them to plan out their essays and develop their writing skills over time.

Thanks for reading. I hope you found some useful ESL writing topics and writing prompts you can use in your next writing class. 

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English Writing Exercises for A2 – An application letter

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1. put elements 1-6 in the correct places (a-f) in the letter..

1   the address the letter is going to

2   the writer’s name

3   the writer’s address

4   the date

5   the writer’s signature

6   the person the letter is going to

Dear Sir or Madam,

Application for the post of receptionist

I noticed the advertisement for a receptionist on your website and 1 ………… the post.

In the autumn I am going to study French and Spanish at university. 2 ………… a job where my languages will be useful.

3 ………… working in a hotel. Last summer 4 ………… a waiter in a hotel restaurant. Furthermore, I believe I possess the personal qualities necessary for the post. I am friendly and reliable. 5 ………… with guests in French and Spanish.

I am enclosing my CV and a reference from a teacher. 6 ………… start work on 1 July.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

1 B   2 F   3 C   4 D   5 E   6 A

2. Complete gaps 1-6 in the letter with these phrases.

a   I am looking for

b   I am also able to communicate

c   I have some experience of

d   I am writing to apply of

e   I will be able to

f   I worked as

1 d   2 a   3 c   4 f   5 b   6 e

3. Complete the summary of the letter.

The writer is applying for the job of 1 ……………………… . He saw the advert 2 ……………………… . He thinks that his 3 ……………………… will be useful for the job. He has experience of working as a 4 ……………………… . He thinks he is 5 ……………………… and 6 ……………………… . He is sending his 7 ……………………… and a reference with the letter and can start work on 8 ………………………

1 receptionist   2 on a website   3 languages

4 waiter   5 friendly   6 reliable

7 CV   8 1 July

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Writing Strategy

When you write a formal letter:

–  Start with: Dear ( Mrs Whilte ), if you know the name of the person, or Dear Sir or Madam , if you do not.

–  You can include a subject line at the start, similar to the subject line of an email.

–  Write in paragraphs. One-sentence paragraphs are fine for opening or closing an application letter.

–  Do not use colloquial language or short form ( I’m, there’s , etc.)

–  Finish with Yours sincerely , if you used the person’s name at the start, or Yours faithfully , if you did not.

4. Read the Writing Strategy above and the job advertisement below. Write a letter applying for the job. Follow the paragraph plan below.

Friendly and hard-working sales assistant required for busy music shop. July and August only. 9.00 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. six days a week. Apply enclosing your CV.

Paragraph plan

A   what the job is and how you found out about it

B   why you are interested in the job

C   why you are the right person for the job

D   what you are sending with the letter and when you can start work

E   what you would like to happen next

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5. Read the advertisement and write your application. Include the points below.

–  how you found out about the job.

–  your current situation

–  why you would be suitable

–  a request for further information

Do you like sport? Are you interested in working with children? We are looking for teenagers to help run sports and games for children during the summer holidays. Enthusiasm, a sense of fun and the ability to work well in a team are all important.

Please send you application by email to [email protected].

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Information will soon be so easy to find on the internet that people will not need to remember anything. Do you agree?

Nowadays all the information we could ever need is available online and some people say that means the end of having to learn anything.

It is true that these days everything you want to know is a few clicks away as long as you have internet access. However, not everyone has working internet all the time, for example in certain buildings or remote locations, so we do need to be able to remember information. Moreover, it takes time to look up everything you need to know online, whereas remembering something is immediate. The human memory is a much more efficient system.

Another problem is the quality of the information online. How do we know if it is accurate or reliable? We need to think about other facts we know and remember how to compare information from different websites. Knowing (and remembering) how to find certain information will be more important than knowing the information itself.

Finally, the internet is a good tool but it is not a useful replacement for our brains. If we did not remember anything, we would all spend even more time on our phones and computers than we already do, which is not good for society.

In conclusion, the internet offers us many things but it is still important to use our knowledge and memories. We need our memories to function without the internet and we also need to know how to use the internet properly.

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  • Draw your conclusion from the main ideas in your essay. Don't introduce new ideas at the end.

What do you think about the question? Would it be better or worse if we never learned anything and just used the internet instead?

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It would be worse. If we only look for information on the internet, for everythingg and every time when we have a question about something we will become ''rusty robots''.

In other words, our minds, without exercising the creativity and memory of our brains, will be almost completly out of purpose. What's more, we will be lazy and with a slow capacity of thinking properly.

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It is evidently known that in recent days, the exchange of information is progressive over the network of various channels which we call it as Internet. Experts have made some definite predictions about the availability of data and information on the above mode of communication in near future. This particular development is totally agreeable. With respect to the technological advancements pertaining to the above, the human life shall be prepared to be compatible with the communication platforms on the network of servers. The key strengths will mainly focus on speed of communication, less errors and information accuracy. This aspect of technological development will eventually replace the traditional modes of information storage. This requires no effort in preservation of information on physical devices as all the core information will be stored in virtual servers. On the other hand, the above paradigm shift in terms of data centralization will certainly replace human brains. This attempt will not trigger any living beings to memorize information physically. It is quite obvious that our brains are limited and restricted with space constraints. Hence, this technology of information storage will drastically replace these drawbacks. Overall, this phenomenal trend of networking has provided a seamless mode of gathering, interpreting and storing information. At the same time, the consequences will be tremendous and noticeable as it will lead to an era where in people across the globe can surf and search their expected piece of data with-in no time. Practically, they don’t have to bother about any challenges related to failure of storage elements. Finally, this pattern of information storage is promisingly going to be accepted.

I think the use of the internet is not only in conflict with learning, but It has made the speed of learning faster and more comfortable.

On the one hand, With the advent of the internet and access to data whenever we want, we were able to free our minds from memorizing a lot of unnecessary data. It caused that instead of spending our time to remember the formulas and data, we use our time for a deeper understanding of the concepts. Concentration on understanding was a big step in order to make us more clear about how to apply scientific concepts practically, and It made the evolutionary process of turning scientific concepts into experimental tests go faster. Going through this evolutionary process quickly, in turn, caused, firstly, the faster growth of modern technologies and, secondly, the creation of many new data, concepts, and sciences. And now the data volume is so much that not only you can never remember or learn them, but you have to choose the best one that works for you. Somehow, the internet has changed how to learn. It has focused on analyzing the options and choosing the best one to learn Instead of memorizing a bunch of content.

On the other hand, Theoretically speaking, One of the laws In the world is that everything can be useful or harmful in turn. This law also applies to the internet. In fact, how to use the internet determines whether it is useful or harmful. Like many other tools that have been invented such as smartphones, smartwatches, electric cars, and so on we have spent time learning how to use them. In order to get the best out of the internet and don't waste our time, we must take the time to learn how to search. The searching skill is the most important one that helps us find better results.

In conclusion, Given the two analyzed reasons above, I agree with the idea that easy access to Information makes people get rid of memorizing lots of data. But this has nothing to do with the quality or quantity of learning.

I think it depends on the type of information. Some information are easier to remember, and hence it's more efficient to have them in memory instead of looking for them online. However, some complex information is offered online, and it will be impractical if we tried to remember it. Additionally, I believe that learning is not just about acquiring knowledge. It's about learning how to think with this knowledge available and solve problems efficiently. That's why the internet is considered a valuable tool to promote learning, not to replace it.

Nowadays we are witnesses how far technology has developed in a short time. A huge of information is backing up on internet and if you have access of surfing you can find any information that you are looking for. However, there are some relevant aspects that should be taking into account when we are talking about using always internet instead of learning. In this sense, the purpose of this essay will be to explain why it is not a good idea. Firstly, as you know, most of the information on internet is fake. For that reason, it is impossible the learning process can be replaced by internet use. If you are looking for reliable information you have to learn how it works. In other words you need of learning even if you want to use internet all the time because you have to discern what of all information is useful for you purpose. For example, if you are a student and want to write an essay about a specific topic you likely have to search for the best information if you want to get a job position or scholarship. Secondly, there is a high demand for professionals who have specific skills in the field that they are pretending to be involved. That’s why learning always is a must for satisfying the requirements of companies and institutions. For instance, in the education field, the main aim is the learning and knowledge which are essential on a daily life to be an expert in your field of action and these skills can’t be acquired through internet surfing. To sum up learning and knowledge are fundamentals in a current world that is demanding professionals highly qualified even in our daily live and the internet is far away of satisfying the required skills that you get every day through the practice, research and networking.

I think it become worse and dangerous for our society, we need to control it making rules. Without internet, many skills and knowledge could´nt be used.

I believe that, The internet become even more dangerous for young people who barely discovered the world around them, If they count on it for seeking information without parental supervision, it would be a disaster!

In nowadays,there are many ways to reach information.The Internet is just one of them but maybe most promising one.The Internet helps us to find information easily and efficently.

However there are some negative sides of Internet.For instance realibilty of information.There are no real control on Internet.I reckon there will not be soon.This reduces the trust in internet.This is why People will always need another source to be make sure and need to remember information.

It is also necesseray for objectivity. You can not just have one source and expect true and impartial information. It is against nature of science.This is not how science works.People must have and process the information.In this way we expand our knowledge.When we make brainstorm we always end up with another information. If we don’t have and process the information how Science works?

I suppose in the future People will never trust completely to Internet. They will always need another source and they will need to interrogate source of information.In conclusion Internet is by far most promising invention People have ever invented.However Internet is not beyond our brain and imagination.We will always need to posses and process the information.

It is about my hometown: My hometown is a beautiful, attractive and cool. N'beika is one of the most famous places in Mauritania where attractive views and economic capacities are in. It is located in Tagant which is in middle of the map. Therefore, It is one the biggest cities in the country. As there are interesting geographical features such as: high Mountains, nice valleys, light hills and wonderful pools. Historically, N'beika played an important role in culture, trade exchange and fighting colonialist. Also it has saved historical landmarks, for example: manuscripts, books and cities which the most important is Gasr Albarka. In the north, there have tourist views and in the East big mountains with lovely valleys like Matmata where there are some Alligators in and other attractive animals. As well as from the south and the west there are some fields, forests and farms. Moreover, people are interested in agriculture, trade, development and education. Furthermore, there are many schools and Mahidras and three colleges providing well-deserved education to students. What's more, mall shops is offering demands and created jobs for unemployment. There are different favourite for people , some of them are crazy about football as youth, and some people like doing agriculture and development. Moreover, there are entrepreneurs doing a small business like selling clothes, pitch, barbershop... etc. In conclusion, N'beika is a gift of Allah that has given to people to spend nice moments in order to feel happy and to invest for everything we want due to gain lots of money .

I believe it is amazing updated technology which has helped us a lot in our lives. In todays era everyone has access to internet over the globe. you can easily find all the information on internet that is required to you. Even though learn many new skills which aren't even taught you from the help of internet. it is good help for book writer like us where we can be part of book writing communities or book writing resources to enhance our skills and provides more guidance to others.

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  1. A2 writing

    A2 writing | LearnEnglish Skills Writing A2 writing A2 writing Are you a learner at A2 English level (pre-intermediate)? This section offers writing practice to help you write short, simple texts, notes and messages. Texts include messages, forum posts, personal profiles, forms and emails.

  2. A2 writing

    Travelling abroad. Look at the email and do the exercises to improve your writing and spelling skills. 18. Are you a pre-intermediate (CEFR level A2) learner of English? Practise and improve your writing skills with these texts and exercises.

  3. A2 Writing Exercises and Tests

    My last holiday - Writing Writing an essay about someone's job How to write an application letter for a summer job How to write an email to book a hotel room Boost your skills with A2 writing lessons! Dive into pre-intermediate exercises, tips & examples, refining your writing abilities in English.

  4. A2 Writing Explanations

    Writing and responding to an informal email invitation How to write an application letter for a summer job How to write an email to book a hotel room Learn how to write different types of essays with our A2 writing lessons. You will find lots of examples, tips, useful phrases and exercises.

  5. A2 Key exam format

    A2 Key exam format. A2 Key is made up of three papers developed to test your English skills. You can see exactly what is in each paper below. The formats below are the same for both the paper-based and computer-based exams and digital exams. Please note, during March 2024 we will be moving from our current computer-based exam delivery to ...

  6. Writing

    B1 writing Are you an intermediate (CEFR level B1) learner of English? Practise and improve your writing skills with these texts and exercises. B2 writing Are you an upper intermediate (CEFR level B2) learner of English? Practise and improve your writing skills with these texts and exercises. C1 writing

  7. PDF A2 Key for Schools

    About A2 Key for Schools One of the oficial Cambridge English Qualifications Comes after the Cambridge English Qualifications for young learners and before B1 Preliminary for Schools Tests reading, writing, speaking and listening skills Tests school-age learners at CEFR Level A2 Shows that learners can:

  8. PDF My last holiday

    My last holiday. My last holiday was a five-day trip to Prague in the Czech Republic. I know Prague well because I lived there when I was at university, more than ten years ago. Instead of staying in a hotel, I stayed with one of my old friends. It was so much fun, and a little bit like my old life. I wanted to do all the same things I did in ...

  9. A2 Pre-intermediate

    What can an A2-level learner of English do? Learners who achieve A2 Pre-intermediate level can: understand sentences and common expressions about familiar topics, including very basic personal and family information, shopping, places of interest and work

  10. English A2 level

    English level A2 is the second level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), a definition of different language levels written by the Council of Europe. In everyday speech, this level might be described as "basic" as in "I speak basic English".

  11. My last holiday

    1 David went holiday with his ex-wife and the kids. 2 They travelled car. 3 We in a nice hotel by the beach. 4 We went on on the river Seine. 5 We went in a beautiful lake. 6 We really enjoyed the . There were lots of chic bars and nightclubs. 7 We a table in a very traditional restaurant. 8 We did some and some souvenirs.

  12. A2 Key preparation

    On-the-go practice with Test & Train. Test & Train is an easy-to-use practice tool to help you get ready for your A2 Key for Schools exam through short, sharp workouts. With over 300 practice questions, you can use it anytime, anywhere and as many times as you like! Get started today.

  13. Write & Improve

    Our free online tool helps you to practise your writing and get valuable feedback instantly. Write & Improve is simple to use: just choose a task, write or upload a written response and use the feedback to quickly improve. It shows you how to improve your spelling, grammar and vocabulary. Join over 2 million learners of English who have used ...

  14. Cambridge English: A2 Key (KET)

    You get one mark for each correct answer in parts 1-5, and a maximum of 15 marks each for parts 6 and 7. Reading and Writing are taken together - 60 minutes. Reading part 1: understanding messages. Reading part 2: three texts with questions. Reading part 3: long text with multiple choice questions. Reading part 4: text with multiple choice gaps.

  15. English Writing Exercises for A2

    1. Read the task and the essay. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 Sarah wants a sound system because she hasn't got anything for listening to music. 2 Her brother loves football. 3 She'd give money to an organisation that helps homeless people. 4 She'd spend most of the money.

  16. A2 Key

    General Tips for the Writing part of the A2 Key Practice writing essays. Familiarize yourself with the types of writing tasks required in the exam, such as an informal email or a story. Get feedback. Ask someone to check your writing and give you constructive feedback, this can help you identify areas for improvement. Prepare a plan for the ...

  17. A2 Key (KET) Writing Practice test, part 2. Free ...

    A2 Key (KET) Writing part 1: write an email based on notes. You want to buy some clothes in an English city. Write an email to your English friend, George. - Ask what time the stores stay open. Write 25 words or more. Type in words from the text and click on 'Guess' or press ENTER. (Score +1 per correct word)

  18. An opinion essay

    B1 writing An opinion essay An opinion essay Look at the essay and do the exercises to improve your writing skills. Instructions Preparation Reading Check your understanding: multiple selection Check your writing: matching - useful words and phrases Worksheets and downloads An opinion essay - exercises 806.72 KB An opinion essay - answers 284.99 KB

  19. A2 reading

    A2 reading. Are you a learner at A2 English level (pre-intermediate)? This section offers reading practice to help you understand simple texts and find specific information in everyday material. Texts include emails, invitations, personal messages, tips, notices and signs. Each lesson has a preparation task, a reading text and two tasks to ...

  20. 30 Writing Topics and Writing Prompts For ESL Students

    30 Funny Topics For Debate 30 Super Fun Conversation Topics For Kids List Of ESL Writing Topics Here is a list of ESL writing topics and writing prompts your students can write about. Describe your dream house. Where is it? And What's inside? Talk about the best vacation you ever took. What do you like to do in your spare time?

  21. English Writing Exercises for A2

    English Writing Exercises A2 with Answers A description of an event I can describe an event. An invitation I can write an invitation and a reply. An informal letter I can write an informal letter. An article I can write an article about a global issue. An application letter I can write a letter applying for a job. A holiday blog

  22. A for and against essay

    Worksheets and downloads. A for and against essay - exercises 945.25 KB. A for and against essay - answers 293.66 KB. A for and against essay - essay 786.07 KB. A for and against essay - writing practice 497.45 KB.

  23. PDF Strategies for Essay Writing

    number of paragraphs in your essay should be determined by the number of steps you need to take to build your argument. To write strong paragraphs, try to focus each paragraph on one main point—and begin a new paragraph when you are moving to a new point or example. A strong paragraph in an academic essay will usually include these three ...

  24. Writing an opinion essay

    1, top sportspeople, such as football players or basketball players have huge salaries, and this promotes a lot of debate. But do they earn too much? 2, their salaries are fair. 3, the career of a professional sports player is short - they usually retire when they are in their thirties. 4, many of them have to retire earlier because they get ...

  25. English Reading: English Texts for Beginners

    English texts for beginners to practice reading and comprehension online and for free. Practicing your comprehension of written English will both improve your vocabulary and understanding of grammar and word order. The texts below are designed to help you develop while giving you an instant evaluation of your progress. Prepared by experienced ...

  26. English Writing Exercises for A2

    Preparation. 1. Put elements 1-6 in the correct places (A-F) in the letter. 1 the address the letter is going to. 2 the writer's name. 3 the writer's address. 4 the date. 5 the writer's signature. 6 the person the letter is going to.

  27. An opinion essay

    Read the question carefully. Respond to all ideas in it or all parts of it. Plan your ideas first and then choose the best ones. Introduce your essay by restating the question in your own words. Show understanding of both sides of the argument. Use linking words to connect your ideas. Draw your conclusion from the main ideas in your essay.