B2 Place to Visit Email

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B2 Email
B2 Places to Visit Email is practice for the Cambridge Assessment English B2 First (FCE) examination. For this example, it is an informal email replying to a friend asking about the best places to visit during their stay.
The letter or email is written in response to a situation outlined in the question. You can expect to be asked to write letters/emails to an English-speaking friend or colleague, a potential employer, a college principal, or a magazine editor. The letter or email will require a response which is consistently appropriate in register and tone for the specified target reader.

You have received an email from your English friend, Sam.
Read this part of the letter and then write your letter to Sam.

I’m so excited about coming to visit you this summer for a few weeks. It’s going to be great, isn’t it? First, I’d like to visit some places where you like to go. Then, I’d like to do some shopping. Can you tell me a bit about where we might do these things together?

See you soon,


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The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become. So, our B2 Word searches are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings.

Links to different parts of B2 First Use of English Section:

Word puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically. In the case of puzzles like our B2 Crosswords, it’s crucial to spell linked words correctly to be able to complete the task. 

Links to different parts of B2 First Reading Section:

Our B2 Hangman puzzles are especially helpful with vocabulary retention for any subject. Therefore, doing puzzles like these will help you in the B2 First exam.