Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) Writing Part Two Review Tasks

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Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) Writing Part Two review tasks
Based on real exam tasks
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Your college newspaper wants you to write a review of a foreign TV series which has been
popular in your country. You should include information on the characters and what 
happens, and say why the series in popular.

Write your review.  

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You have seen this notice in your college English-language magazine:

Reviews wanted – Comedy Films
Have you seen a comedy which you really enjoyed?
Write a review of it for our magazine telling us about the story and the acting, and why it 
was funny.

Write your review.

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You recently saw this notice in an English-language magazine called Book World.

Reviews needed!

Have you read a good novel recently? If so, could you write us a review of the book? 
Include information on the characters and story, and say who you would recommend the 
book too.

The best reviews will be published next month.

Write your review

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Your class wants to go to a bar at the end of the course. Your English teacher has asked 
you to write a review of a bar you like. Include information about the drinks and the 
atmosphere, and explain why it would be suitable for your class. 

Write your review

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Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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