B1 Preliminary Exam Practice

B1 Preliminary Exam Practice

Here are various activities to practice for the B1 Preliminary Exam (PET) for students working toward an intermediate level on the CEFR scale.

What can students do at Level B1? Reaching this level means that students have mastered the basics in English and now have practical language skills for everyday use.
  • CAN understand routine information and articles,
  • CAN write letters or make notes on familiar or predictable matters.
  • CAN understand straightforward instructions or public announcements.
  • CAN express simple opinions on abstract/cultural matter.

B1 Preliminary Exam Practice for the reading section:

B1 Preliminary Exam Practice for the writing section:

More B1 level Resources

Our B1 Level Hangman Puzzles are especially helpful with vocabulary retention for any subject.

Therefore, doing puzzles like the ones we have on this site will be useful for you as you try to retain new words in a different language.

The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become.
Our B1 Level Word Searches are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.

Word puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically, particularly in the case of crossword puzzle.

Our B1 Level Crosswords provide a way to think about how to spell link words correctly to complete the task.

Learning English requires not just a good vocabulary, but a basic foundation of English grammar to communicate effectively.
Our B1 Level Grammar and Vocabulary exercises provide the practice to learn English for study, work and travel.

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