The verb presented (line 13) could be replaced by the phrasal expression:
Concerning the verb tense used in “we have been concerned for years" (lines 5-6), it is correct to say that:
Which of the following is NOT a principle of Communicative Language Teaching?
The use of the simple past in “students routinely wrote by hand several hours a day" (lines 4-5) is:
The excerpt “they were not used to extended bouts of writing by hand" (line 12) could be correctly rephrased as:
One of the strategies in teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is to help students identify false cognates, such as:
Which of the following is NOT true concerning formal letters?
In line 5, the excerpt “now they write virtually nothing by hand" could be correctly replaced, with no change in meaning, with:
An appropriate greeting in a formal letter is:
The excerpt “by allowing laptops to replace pen and paper for exams" (line 2) means that, if Cambridge takes this decision, students:
According to the third paragraph of the text (lines 8-10), when Cambridge University launched the consultation, Edinburgh University:
It is correct to state that English as a Lingua Franca (ELF):
Regarding the consultation mentioned in lines 8-9, one could state that if the faculty:
An example of a verb used in the present progressive tense is:
Choose the option that correctly completes the sentence: “Rose starts work at 6 a.m.