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Did you know that there are over 600,000 words in English? That's a lot of words, and far more than any human being could ever manage to learn. Even Shakespeare only used around 55,000 different words in all of his works. Mind you, he did actually invent quite a few of them. To get a good mastery of English, you do need to expand your vocabulary as much as possible. The more words you know, the better your English will be. The Activities here will help you to quickly develop your vocabulary.
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FCE Listening Exam Format [Examiner]: Hello and welcome to the FCE listening examination. Before we begin, let's go over the rules. [Examiner]: You will be given 30 minutes to listen to three recordings, which will be played twice. Each recording is followed by several questions. You must write your answers on the answer sheet provided. [Examiner]: Are there any questions before we start? [Silence] [Examiner]: Great, let's begin with the first recording. [Recording 1 plays twice] [Examiner]: And now, please turn to the first page of your answer sheet and write your answers to the questions. You have three minutes to do so. [Three minutes pass] [Examiner]: Time's up. Let's move on to the next recording. [Recording 2 plays twice] [Examiner]: Please turn to the second page of your answer sheet and write your answers to the questions. You have three minutes. [Three minutes pass] [Examiner]: Time's up. Now let's move on to the final recording. [Recording 3 plays twice] [Examiner]: Please turn to the final page of your answer sheet and write your answers to the questions. You have three minutes. [Three minutes pass] [Examiner]: Time's up. Thank you for taking part in the FCE listening examination. Please hand in your answer sheet to the invigilator and leave the room quietly.
[Speaker 1]: Hello and welcome to the first recording for the FCE listening examination. Today, we will be talking about the history of coffee.
[Speaker 2]: That's right. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world and has a rich history. It's believed to have originated in Ethiopia, where locals have been drinking it for centuries.
[Speaker 1]: From Ethiopia, it spread to the rest of the world through trade and colonization. By the 17th century, coffee had become popular in Europe and later, in North America.
[Speaker 2]: One of the reasons for its popularity is its energizing effect. People soon realized that coffee could help them stay awake and alert. This made it a popular drink among students, artists, and intellectuals.
[Speaker 1]: Coffee has also played a significant role in social and cultural life. It's often associated with conversation and relaxation. Coffee shops, also known as cafes, were established as early as the 16th century and were a place where people could gather to chat, drink coffee and enjoy each other's company.
[Speaker 2]: Coffee has also played a role in politics and revolution. For example, the Boston Tea Party, which was a key event in the American Revolution, was a protest against high taxes on tea, which was a popular drink at the time. In response, many people switched to drinking coffee instead.
[Speaker 1]: Today, coffee is consumed in many different forms, from traditional black coffee to lattes, cappuccinos, and more. It continues to be a popular beverage and an important part of many people's daily lives.
[Speaker 2]: And that's a brief overview of the history of coffee. Thank you for listening.
[Speaker 1]: Hello and welcome to the second recording for the FCE listening examination. Today, we will be discussing the benefits of exercise.
[Speaker 2]: That's right. Exercise has many physical and mental health benefits. Regular exercise can help improve cardiovascular health, strengthen bones and muscles, and boost energy levels.
[Speaker 1]: Exercise can also help with weight management and reducing the risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and certain types of cancer.
[Speaker 2]: But the benefits of exercise go beyond just physical health. It can also improve mental health, reduce stress and anxiety, and boost mood. Exercise has been shown to release endorphins, which are the body's natural feel-good chemicals.
[Speaker 1]: Exercise can also improve sleep, which is important for overall health. Regular exercise can help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer, leading to better quality sleep and a more refreshed feeling in the morning.
[Speaker 2]: Exercise can also benefit brain function, helping to improve memory and cognitive skills. This is because exercise increases blood flow to the brain, providing it with the nutrients and oxygen it needs to function optimally.
[Speaker 1]: Finally, exercise can be a great way to meet new people and improve social connections. Joining a sports team or a fitness class can provide opportunities to socialize and make new friends.
[Speaker 2]: So, as you can see, the benefits of exercise are numerous and wide-ranging. Whether you're looking to improve your physical health, mental health, or simply meet new people, exercise is a great way to do so.
[Speaker 1]: Thank you for listening.
[Speaker 1]: Welcome to the third recording for the FCE listening exam. Today, we will be talking about the importance of eating a balanced diet.
[Speaker 2]: That's right. Eating a balanced diet is crucial for maintaining good health and preventing chronic diseases. A balanced diet should include a variety of foods from all food groups, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.
[Speaker 1]: Fruits and vegetables are important sources of vitamins, minerals, and fibre. They provide the body with the nutrients it needs to function properly and can help protect against chronic diseases such as heart disease and certain types of cancer.
[Speaker 2]: Whole grains are a great source of carbohydrates, which are the body's main source of energy. They are also a good source of fibre, which can help regulate digestion and lower cholesterol levels.
[Speaker 1]: Lean proteins, such as chicken, fish, and tofu, provide the body with the building blocks it needs to repair and grow tissues. They also help to keep you feeling full and satisfied, which can help with weight management.
[Speaker 2]: Healthy fats, such as those found in nuts, seeds, and avocado, are important for brain health and can also help lower cholesterol levels. It's important to limit unhealthy fats, such as those found in fried foods and processed snacks, as they can increase the risk of chronic diseases.
[Speaker 1]: Additionally, it's important to limit your intake of added sugars and sodium. Added sugars are often found in processed foods and drinks and can contribute to weight gain and chronic diseases. Sodium is found in many processed foods and can increase blood pressure, leading to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.
[Speaker 2]: So, as you can see, eating a balanced diet is important for overall health and well-being. By including a variety of foods from all food groups, limiting added sugars and sodium, and choosing healthy fats, you can maintain a healthy diet and prevent chronic diseases.
[Speaker 1]: Thank you for listening.
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