Saturday 25 May 2013 22:43 UTC
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Hi Ladies and Gentlmen......
I'd like to know how can I pass Tea exam in the best way.
I have Mac Millian and Oxford books but I want to know where I can find many examples of exam.
I'll appreciate all your advice.
Have a lovely time
I have nothing sensible or useful to offer in reply.
I had to look up "Language Proficiency Requirement" and then had a rather unworthy chuckle at your minor typing error:
Tea = hot drink or light meal
The = definite article
Alas, I too struggle with English and its supposed to be my native language so I'm sorry I can't help.
Do let us know how you get on though. Did you decide where you plan to do your hour building?
In the UK I don't think there is any such exam. An examiner (for example, during your skills test) will give you a proficiency rating, which is general level 6 (native spreaker), or can certify you at some other point (like those who previously got a level 4 automatically when their licence became JAR).
You might be better going to a non-UK based forum for advice - since those here wont have taken such a test.
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