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3 x New ISE II Trinity Listening Exams

New ISE II Trinity Practice Listening Exams.

 

INSTRUCTIONS

ISE II Trinity Independent Listening Instructions

TIPS

Do

  • Practise listening to recorded English — you are tested on listening to recordings, so watch films and television in English, listen to English podcasts or news programmes, watch English videos on the internet and practise in and out of study time.
  • Practise taking notes while you listen — try to only write the most important information like key ideas, opinions and facts.
  • Listen to discussions and speeches where the content is abstract and implied rather than factual.

Don’t

  • Don’t try to write down everything you hear — you don’t need 100% of the information.

MARKING

ISE II Trinity Independent listening rating scale exam marking scheme B2 www.fingertipsenglish.com/trinity

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3 x New ISE I Trinity Listening Exams (Task 2)

ISE I: TASK 2 INSTRUCTIONS

ISE I Trinity Independent Listening Task 2 Instructions

TIPS

Do

  • Practise listening to recorded English — you are tested on listening to recordings, so watch films and television in English, listen to English podcasts or news programmes, watch English videos on the internet and practise in class.
  • Practise taking notes while you listen — try to only write the most important information like dates, names, places and facts.

Don’t

  • Don’t try to write down everything you hear — you don’t need 100% of the information.

MARKING

ISE I Trinity Independent listening rating scale exam marking scheme B1 easyise

ISE I Trinity Listening Practice Exams Practice

Popular Sport– ISE I Trinity Listening Task 2.

Travel – ISE I Trinity Listening Task 2

A New Hobby – ISE I Trinity Listening Task 2


3 x New ISE I Trinity Listening Exams (Task 1)


3 x New ISE I Trinity Listening Exams (Task 1)

Are you studying for ISE I Trinity?

Try these new B1 listening exams (Task 1)

ISE I: TASK 1 INSTRUCTIONS

ISE I Trinity Independent Listening Task 1 Instructions

TIPS

Do

  • Practise listening to recorded English — you are tested on listening to recordings, so watch films and television in English, listen to English podcasts or news programmes, watch English videos on the internet and practise in class.
  • Practise taking notes while you listen — try to only write the most important information like dates, names, places and facts.

Don’t

  • Don’t try to write down everything you hear — you don’t need 100% of the information.

MARKING

ISE I Trinity Independent listening rating scale exam marking scheme B1 easyise

ISE I Trinity Listening Practice Exams Practice

St. Dominic – ISE I Trinity Listening Exam Task 1.

Potato Festival – ISE I Trinity Listening Task 1

Joan of Arc – ISE I Trinity Listening Task 1.

Arrive in, at or to? – ISE I Trinity Subject Area: Travel

Arrive in, at or to?

ISE I Trinity Subject Area: Travel

 A typical mistake made by students is using the preposition “to” with the verb “arrive”.

For example: We arrived to Madrid”.
The preposition “to” can never follow the verb “arrive” because it is a preposition of movement and the verb is not.
Instead of “to”, we can use “at” or “in”.

What is the difference between “arrive to” and “arrive in“?

  • We use “at” when we get to a small place such as a station, airport or village.
Ex.: The pupils arrived at school quite late.
  • We use “in” when we get to a large place such as a country or a city.
Ex.: The Normans arrived in Britain in the 11th century.
 
Sometimes it’s not so easy and you can find examples like:
They arrived at Bristol
As Bristolis a big town, “in” should have been used, but “at” is correct because we actually mean arrive at Bristolstation or airport!

Arrive in, at or to? - ISE I Trinity Subject Area: Travel

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ISE I Trinity Listening Exams:

ISE I Trinity Listening Exams

 

 

 

Adverbials of quantity – ISE I Trinity Grammar Function

Countable Nouns vs Uncountable Nouns

Adverbials of quantity – ISE I Trinity Grammar Function

How much? vs. How many?

Adverbials of quantity - ISE I Trinity Grammar Function

REVISE Adverbials of quantity

Questions

Who? People
What? Things
Where? Places
When? Time
How much? Money

LEARN

A noun can be countable or uncountable.

How much ….? = uncountable nouns
For example: How much coffee do you drink?
How many ….? = countable nouns
For example: How many cups of coffee do you drink?

 

Countable nouns in the singular take the article a or an and can be plural.

For example:-

I bought an apple.

I bought some apples.

COUNTABLE NOUNS

Noun

A dog An apple
An apple
A car
A car
A car
An umbrella
An umbrella
An umbrella
An umbrella
A glass
A glass
A glass
A glass
A glass
A candle
A candle
A candle
A candle
A candle
A candle

Countable

A dog

You can count dogs.

An apple

You can count apples.

A car

You can count cars.

An umbrella

You can count umbrellas.

A glass

You can count glasses.

A candle

You can count candles.

Question

How many dogs are there? How many apples are there? How many cars are there? How many umbrellas are there? How many glasses are there? How many candles are there?

Answer

There’s one dog. There are two apples. There are three cars. There are four umbrellas. There are five glasses. There are six candles.  

Uncountable nouns do not take an article and do not have a plural form.

For example:-

I bought sugar.

I bought some sugar.

UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

Noun

Some sugar
Some jewellery
Some cheese
Some wine

Some furniture

Some furniture

Some money

Uncountable

Sugar

You can’t count sugar.

Jewellery

You can’t count jewellery.

Cheese

You can’t count cheese.

Wine

You can’t count wine.

Furniture

You can’t count furniture.

Money

You can’t count money.

Question

How much sugar is in the bowl? How much jewellery is there? How much cheese is there? How much wine is there in the bottle? How much furniture is there? How much money is in the bag?

Answer

There is some sugar in the bowl. There is some jewellery. There is some cheese. There is some wine in the bottle. There is some furniture. There is some money in the bag.

MORE Adverbials of quantity – ISE I Trinity Grammar Function

12 x Trinity ISE III Listening Exams! CEFR: C1

examenes de C1 Trinity

ISE III Trinity Listening Exams Course information:

  • 4 x free sample exams
  • 8 x New ISE III Trinity Practice Listening Exams:

= 12 exams in total!

Education – ISE III Trinity Listening Exam.

Depression – ISE III Trinity Listening Exam

Fishing – ISE III Trinity Listening Exam

Modern Life – ISE III Trinity Listening Exam

 

 

 

Instructions
ISE III Trinity Listening exams - Independent Listening Task Instructions

 

Students edition (cannot repeat exams)

ISE III Trinity Listening Exams

Teachers edition (Can repeat exams)

ISE III Trinity Listening Exams – Teachers Edition

Examenes de C1 Trinity

Examenes de ISE III

Examenes de ISE 3

Examenes de ISEIII

Examenes de ISE3

4 x New ISE III Trinity Listening Exams

The new ISE III Trinity Listening Exams Course is now ready for use.

4 x New ISE III Trinity Practice Listening Exams

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Instructions
ISE III Trinity Listening exams - Independent Listening Task Instructions

 

 

Students edition (cannot repeat exams)

ISE III Trinity Listening Exams

 

 

Teachers edition (Can repeat exams)

ISE III Trinity Listening Exams – Teachers Edition

Examenes de C1 Trinity

Examenes de ISE III

Examenes de ISE 3

Examenes de ISEIII

Examenes de ISE3