B1 Preliminary Writing Part 2 Exercise 11

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B1 Preliminary Writing Part 2 Exercise 11

For B1 Preliminary Writing Part 2 Exercise 11, this is an example of how to write an email from someone telling a friend why they cannot go rock climbing. It provides practice for the writing section of the Cambridge English B1 Preliminary exam.  

Please note for the real test, it isn’t a gap fill exercise. You are asked to write an email using 35 to 45 words.

B1 Preliminary Writing Part 2 Exercise 11

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