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Preliminary English Test

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  • 1. Preliminary English Test (PET)
  • 2. PreliminaryEnglish Test (PET)PET PET for Schools
  • 3. Preliminary English Test• For Whom?people who want to use English to improve their work,study and travel prospects
  • 4. The exam shows that you can:• understand the main points of straightforwardinstructions or public announcements• deal with most of the situations you might meet whentravelling as a tourist in an English-speaking country• ask simple questions and take part in factualconversations in a work environment• write letters/emails or make notes on familiar matters
  • 5. • What level is the exam?The exam focuses on Level B1 of the Common EuropeanFramework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It shows youhave an intermediate level of English.• What is in the exam?It covers all four language skills (Reading, Writing, Speaking andListening) and knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
  • 6. PET for Schools• For Whom?It is specifically designed to motivate school-aged learners.It shows a student can use English for everyday social andstudy purposes
  • 7. The exam shows students can:•understand straightforward instructions or publicannouncements•express simple opinions on abstract/cultural matters•understand routine information and articles•write letters or make notes on familiar or predictablematters.
  • 8. • What level is the exam?The exam focuses on Level B1 of the Common EuropeanFramework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It shows astudent can use everyday English at an intermediate level.• What’s in the exam?It covers all four language skills (Reading, Writing, Speaking andListening) and knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
  • 9. PET Samples

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