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What you can write at Advanced level



Here are the kinds of things you should be able to write at Advanced level:

  • Routine social correspondence
  • A discourse of at least several paragraphs on familiar topics
  • Stories or anecdotes about things that have happened to you
  • Straightforward, informal business correspondence
  • Concrete facts about special interests or fields of competence
  • Lecture notes
  • Cohesive summaries and resumes of things you have read or heard
  • Descriptions of persons, places, and activities

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