Exam Preview

Exam Preview

Instructor: Mr. Michael Krigline, MA   ♦   www.EFLsuccess.com

Are you coming up to one of my quizzes or tests? This preview page will show you what to expect.

Because all of the instructions for my tests and quizzes are in English (unlike Chinese exams, where the information is in Chinese), it is important that my students read and understand the format of the test before they arrive to take it. Every test/quiz may not have all of these types of questions, but there will be a nice variety. If you have questions, ask in a class BEFORE the test!

Here is my “Test Preview” for content courses, like “Business English,” “Movie Appreciation” or “Pop Culture.” [You can ignore the “question type” that asks about “context clues.” I won’t use that kind of question in the summer of 2014.]

Click “refresh” (刷新) in your browser to upload the most recent version of this page; I often change things before quiz/exam time. (I updated this “preview” July 20, 2014)
 

BUSINESS ENGLISH class: Here is a pdf file to help you study:

XMU Devel Business study guide su-2014pdf

MOVIE APPRECIATION class: Your final exam will be just like the midterm quiz, but will cover all four movies instead of just two. Most of the questions on the quiz will ALSO be on the final exam. If you missed the quiz, it is up to you to borrow a classmate’s quiz so you know what to expect on the final exam.

ALL THREE SUMMER 2014 classes: As it says in your syllabus, the final exam is worth 75% of your grade.

test preview 2014aj7

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Monthly English Corner & Weekly Quote

  • April English Corner

    As I always tell my students, the key ingredient in learning English is PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. In practicing your listening skills, I would suggest that you watch and listen to the evening news, because most American news anchors speak in a standard Midwestern American accent. Watching videos and listening to the radio are also good ways to improve your listening. Of course, many video, news and radio programs are also on line. Concerning your speaking skills, you need to make an effort to get to know native speakers and practice. Reading and vocabulary development can be achieved by reading magazines and novels. I would especially suggest you read articles from the “Reader’s Digest” and work through their Word Power section. Even reading for ten minutes a day is very helpful on a regular basis. Well I hope these suggestions help, and I’ll see you next time at the English Corner. © Mark Peter, M.A. Used with permission.


    Mr. Peter was Michael’s colleague at the Agape English Language Institute of Limestone College (Columbia, SC). Throughout his career, Mark has taught English at many schools and universities, in the US and in China.

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