Reading B2: World of Work

Getting a lot of practice in reading slightly more challenging texts is ESSENTIAL in B2. If students are not confident readers, they get off to a bad start, and often struggle for time. This was previously a very difficult listening … Read More

Speaking B2: Famous Figures Past and Present

10 VERY difficult questions on this subject! Can you answer them all? Remember, when you give your answer –  answer like a B2 candidate! : give reasons for your response/choice e.g  “He acts like an idiot, and is only famous … Read More

Listening B1: Numbers extra practice!

Numbers can be a real stumbling block for some students. Here are our extra practice listening exercises – bingo, the (very popular) zoo* and the airport.   Listening B1 Numbers Bingo   Listening B1 Numbers Zoo Listening B1 Numbers Zoo … Read More

Reading B1 – Exercises

Before our students start doing Trinity’s past papers, we try to do some easier reading activities with them. For stronger classes, these reading activities can be used as some quick homework, so that students are at least interacting with English … Read More

B2 Listening: Introduction

Help your students get a better grasp of B2 listening with our worksheets! Starting B2 listening can be intimidating – there’s a lot of information – and the recordings are LONG! These can be used without much prep, and help … Read More

B1 Writing: introducción a la parte 3

¿Cómo integrar información de los 4 textos en tu writing – ¡y sin copiar!? ¡Con mucha información en inglés, 4 textos y poco tiempo muchas veces resulta agobiante!   1. Este pequeno ejercicio te ayudará a saber emprender ejercicios más … Read More

B2 Speaking: Showing off in the exam (For Teachers)

What are the skills which really make a difference between passing and failing in the speaking exam? With the help of Lancaster University in the UK, Trinity analysed their own English exam results – and found out the B2 candidates … Read More

For Teachers: B2 No-Prep Speaking Activities!

Get the chat started using some of these websites and group activity ideas! Remember fluency counts – examiners want to hear candidates using a wide range of vocabulary about these subjects – give them plenty of in-class speaking time!   … Read More

B1 Reading: Guy Fawkes Day

At Tri Pro English we believe in good quality resources! But we don’t think teachers should be permanently grafting outside the class to provide them!!! Try B1 listening 11 with your classes! A few exercises to take off the prep-strain… … Read More

For Teachers: Fossilised Errors

Preparing students for the writing element of the Trinity ISE Exams is theoretically the most straightforward element in the new ISE exams. Trinity have been formally examining writing for much longer than listening – and there are certainly resources out … Read More