Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English 1: Examination Papers from the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, Volume 1; Volume 4
Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English 1 contains four complete tests for the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) examination from Cambridge ESOL. These past examination papers provide the most authentic exam preparation available. They allow candidates to familiarise themselves with the content and format of the examination and to practise useful examination techniques. Attractive colour visual material for Paper 5 is included with each test, enabling students to prepare thoroughly for the paired interview. The Student?s Book is also available as a ?with answers? edition which contains a comprehensive section of keys and transcripts, making it suitable for self study.
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