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    Examen Cambridge C1

    After being one year in England as an Erasmus Student I want to go back to Spain and face the C1 Exam from Cambridge. I think that my level is enough to pass it but it will be a challenge for sure. Does any of you guys have exams or any material that could help me???? Also if any of you have passed it before... feel free to share your experience..

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    I have passed FCE two years ago and I think that if you start doing the C1 mock exams you could get it easily, C1 is more about vocabulary and fluency so you'll pass it for sure with your year abroad experience
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    some people have recommended me to directly do the advanced exam, but i dont really know if i can make it. Also, it's expensive as fuck

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    some people have recommended me to directly do the advanced exam, but i dont really know if i can make it. Also, it's expensive as fuck
    True!! I have to pay 187€. :'( Well at least it's not pounds jajaja I'm still living in England but I have the feeling that everything will seem so cheap to me..

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    True!! I have to pay 187€. :'( Well at least it's not pounds jajaja I'm still living in England but I have the feeling that everything will seem so cheap to me..
    Were you born there? I'd love to move to London or even the U.S to improve my english :/

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    Were you born there? I'd love to move to London or even the U.S to improve my english :/
    No, I was born in Spain. I started learning English 3 years ago, but I didn't feel that I was improving until I got here..
    If you really wanna learn your English skills I would recommend you not to hang out with Spanish people. You will feel more comfortable but afterwards you will feel that you wasted your time. I know plenty of students here who came from Spain and didn't learn a shit..

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    Bear in mind that all these exams are "perishable". That is, they have an expiration date, so your hard-earned circa 200 euros will be spent on something that won't last but a couple of years (and won't even be recognised in most English-speaking countries).

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    No, I was born in Spain. I started learning English 3 years ago, but I didn't feel that I was improving until I got here..
    If you really wanna learn your English skills I would recommend you not to hang out with Spanish people. You will feel more comfortable but afterwards you will feel that you wasted your time. I know plenty of students here who came from Spain and didn't learn a shit..
    I've always learned by myself, reading something, watching videos, movies.. stuff like that. I dont know any English theory, it's like if i were native or some shit.
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    You already have examples of exams con the internet

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    I have passed FCE two years ago and I think that if you start doing the C1 mock exams you could get it easily, C1 is more about vocabulary and fluency so you'll pass it for sure with your year abroad experience
    I'll try to find some, if you have them it would be great if you share them!!

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    I'll try to find some, if you have them it would be great if you share them!!
    I have the C1 Cambridge book but some people tell me that you can download exam books or only the exams but I dont know where
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    The people that says C1 is expensive are poor like rats
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    The people that says C1 is expensive are poor like rats
    As a thing that will only last for TWO years before becoming obsolete, finding it expensive can be considered the most sensible reaction...

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    As a thing that will only last for TWO years before becoming obsolete, finding it expensive can be considered the most sensible reaction...
    The real value of money are the chances its make possible. A exam like CAE give you many of them in a country like Spain, and not only for two years (maybe yes its full potencial). But my point is not if the CAE is expensive, i said that the people think this are poors or closely to be that.
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    Bear in mind that all these exams are "perishable". That is, they have an expiration date, so your hard-earned circa 200 euros will be spent on something that won't last but a couple of years (and won't even be recognised in most English-speaking countries).
    I've been checking on the internet and I read that it will last forever and it's recognised around the world. I'll keep what you said on my mind and I'll search more information..

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    The real value of money are the chances its make possible. A exam like CAE give you many of them in a country like Spain, and not only for two years (maybe yes its full potencial). But my point is not if the CAE is expensive, i said that the people think this are poors or closely to be that.
    You'd better improve your English before making any assumptions about our wealth. That way you'd be at least able to express your nonsenses correctly.
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    I've been checking on the internet and I read that it will last forever and it's recognised around the world. I'll keep what you said on my mind and I'll search more information..
    That's not what the USA, Australia and New Zealand say, mate... What about TOEFL or IELTS?

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    You'd better improve your English before making any assumptions about our wealth. That way you'd be at least able to express your nonsenses correctly.
    Practise is a way to improve
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    I've always learned by myself, reading something, watching videos, movies.. stuff like that. I dont know any English theory, it's like if i were native or some shit.
    To be honest I think that is the best way to learn. I had English class in high school but, come on! They don't teach you a shit. How can someone who doesn't even speak the language teach you anything.. I learnt with Breaking Bad, The big bang theory, two and a half men...

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    I had my b2 with a high mark btw por que cojones hablas en inglés en un foro español?

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    That's not what the USA, Australia and New Zealand say, mate... What about TOEFL or IELTS?
    I have no idea what is that, let me check on google xD

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    I had my b2 with a high mark btw por que cojones hablas en inglés en un foro español?
    jajaja because it's an english section I thought that I had to write in English..

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    tu biega por si acaso!
    Palomos somos todos pero sin duda tu prima la que más.

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    To be honest I think that is the best way to learn. I had English class in high school but, come on! They don't teach you a shit. How can someone who doesn't even speak the language teach you anything.. I learnt with Breaking Bad, The big bang theory, two and a half men...
    That's true and I totally agree with you. Most English teachers in Secondary School do not bother to speak the language so they are not precisely set an example for their students who keep up hope on learning a bit of English, when the real thing they learn is fucking useless rules and to be afraid of making mistakes because students end up thinking that making mistakes is something punishable and mistakes must not be allowed anytime. Hence, when we try to speak English, our own misconception of mistakes and our own fear of making them lead us into a vicious cycle of 'If I speak English, I may make mistakes so it is not worth trying.'

    My advice: I am an English teacher and whether my students are used to hearing English in class or not, it is the language I always speak, although I grade my language all the time tailoring it to their level so that they can understand me, but they like me because I am myself a challenge for them. Do not rely on those who promise you they will be able to make you pass the C1 exam in a week as that means, in broad terms, a bullshit on the road waiting for your blindness to stumble into it and get psychologically frustrated because of their fake promises. Rely on yourself and practice as much English as you can. If I were you, I would not think twice.

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    Bear in mind that all these exams are "perishable". That is, they have an expiration date, so your hard-earned circa 200 euros will be spent on something that won't last but a couple of years (and won't even be recognised in most English-speaking countries).
    What's the point of making an english exam perishable? Am I supposed to forget my english in two years?
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    That's true and I totally agree with you. Most English teachers in Secondary School do not bother to speak the language so they are not precisely set an example for their students who keep up hope on learning a bit of English, when the real thing they learn is fucking useless rules and to be afraid of making mistakes because students end up thinking that making mistakes is something punishable and mistakes must not be allowed anytime. Hence, when we try to speak English, our own misconception of mistakes and our own fear of making them lead us into a vicious cycle of 'If I speak English, I may make mistakes so it is not worth trying.'

    My advice: I am an English teacher and whether my students are used to hearing English in class or not, it is the language I always speak, although I grade my language all the time tailoring it to their level so that they can understand me, but they like me because I am myself a challenge for them. Do not rely on those who promise you they will be able to make you pass the C1 exam in a week as that means, in broad terms, a bullshit on the road waiting for your blindness to stumble into it and get psychologically frustrated because of their fake promises. Rely on yourself and practice as much English as you can. If I were you, I would not think twice.
    well first of all I don't think that I'm gonna give it a try without being prepared, I've been a full year studying in a University in UK so If I've been able to pass all the modules here in UK, I think that I'm prepared to face that challenge. About the mistakes thing I totally agree with you.. Let me show you a video that it will hit deep in your heart xD
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    What's the point of making an english exam perishable? Am I supposed to forget my english in two years?
    Making people pay for their renewal sounds quite profitable to me...
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    That's true and I totally agree with you. Most English teachers in Secondary School do not bother to speak the language so they are not precisely set an example for their students who keep up hope on learning a bit of English, when the real thing they learn is fucking useless rules and to be afraid of making mistakes because students end up thinking that making mistakes is something punishable and mistakes must not be allowed anytime. Hence, when we try to speak English, our own misconception of mistakes and our own fear of making them lead us into a vicious cycle of 'If I speak English, I may make mistakes so it is not worth trying.'

    My advice: I am an English teacher and whether my students are used to hearing English in class or not, it is the language I always speak, although I grade my language all the time tailoring it to their level so that they can understand me, but they like me because I am myself a challenge for them. Do not rely on those who promise you they will be able to make you pass the C1 exam in a week as that means, in broad terms, a bullshit on the road waiting for your blindness to stumble into it and get psychologically frustrated because of their fake promises. Rely on yourself and practice as much English as you can. If I were you, I would not think twice.
    Sorry I forgot to post it before, here is the video..

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    Yes.
    Thanks forma your comment. Helped a lot!

    Saludos.
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