B2 Binning the Books Article

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Welcome to our B2 Binning the Books Article set at an Upper-Intermediate Level. This is an article discussing if books should be replaced with computers in a library.

This provides the writing and reading practice for the Cambridge English B2 First, IELTS, TOEFL and other types of exams set at this level.

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It is important once you are at this level of English that you can combine your knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to understand and produce well-written pieces of text.

B2 Writing Exercises

These exercises provide examples of different types of text set at this level of English.

Learning English requires not just a good vocabulary, but a strong foundation of English grammar to communicate effectively.

B2 Grammar Exercises

So why not try our grammar exercise, these give you the practice to be confident in communicating in English at this upper-intermediate level.

B2 Vocabulary Exercises

Especially helpful are these exercises, providing word retention focussing on the English that you need to use to communicate successfully in your community.

The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become.

B2 Word Searches

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.

B2 Crosswords

These crosswords provide a way to think about how to spell link words correctly to complete the task.

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.

B2 Hangman

Our hangman puzzles are especially helpful with vocabulary retention for any subject.

As well as providing practice at this level, we have a large collection of texts at different levels of English.