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WRITING B1

Checkfor the following: Organization& cohesion 4 points Languageaccuracy 6 points Content 10 points Rangeof vocabulary 6 points Register 4 points

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In about 150 words / 15 lines write a narrative essay about an unforgettable week-end you spent with your family. Use the following plan: When and where you went. What you and your family did there. The people you met there. What impressed you most.

2. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about a concert you once attended. Make sure to include these ideas: Who sang, where and when? Describe the performers and what they performed. What did you think of the performers and the concert as a whole? 3. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about the holiday of your dreams. Include ideas like: Would you like to go alone or with your friends? What time of the year would you prefer? What activities do you have in mind for your holiday? Do you want to learn something out of your holiday or just relax? 4. In about 150 words / 15 lines write a letter to a friend. Youre telling him/her what it would be like for him/her to come visit you on holiday. Follow the plan provided below. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph1: tell him/her how you think things like food, weather and what you spend your time doing will be different from his/her native place Paragraph 2: give some advice about what clothes and other things he/she might need Paragraph 3: suggest some special activities you might do if he/she wants to Paragraph 4: tell him/her how much you are looking forward to seeing him/her. End your letter like this: Best wishes, 5. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about your school. Follow the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: Write about number of classrooms, students, teachers Paragraph 2; things you like and dislike, Paragraph 3: things that you would like to change etc. Paragraph 4: your feelings, recommendation

6. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about your best friend. Follow the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: how you met Paragraph 2: what you have in common, what he/she is like Paragraph 3: describe the way he/she looks Paragraph 4: what you like about him/her, why he/she is your best friend etc.

7. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about the most beautiful place you have ever seen. Follow the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: name, location Paragraph 2: how you got there and who you were with Paragraph 3; what it was like Paragraph 4: why it impressed you so much, feelings, recommendation 8. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about a place that you would like to visit in the future. Follow the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: name, location Paragraph 2: what it is known for, why you chose it Paragraph 3: what you plan to do there Paragraph 4: feelings, recommendation 9. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about your favourite television show. Follow the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: title, time when it is on, on what TV channel it is on Paragraph 2: how many hours it lasts, how long you have been watching it Paragraph 3: what it is about Paragraph 4: recommendation 10. In about 150 words / 15 lines write a letter to a pen-friend in another country. Follow the plan provided below. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph1: state the reason for writing and introduce yourself Paragraph 2: describe yourself age, appearance etc Paragraph 3: your hobbies, interests Paragraph 4: questions for your pen-friend, closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 11. In about 150 words / 15 lines write a postcard to an English friend about the place you went to on your last holiday. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph1: name of the place, location, how you got there, who you are with Paragraph 2: the weather, accomodation Paragraph 3: things you have done so far, plans for the rest of the time spent there Paragraph 4: feelings, recommendation End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark

12. In about 150 words / 15 lines write about your future carrier according to the following plan. Paragraph 1: state the job and the reasons for choosing it. Paragraph 2: profile and qualifications needed Paragraph 3: personal qualities Paragraph 4: conclusion 13. Write about your next door neighbour (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: name of the person and when you met him/her Paragraph 2: his/her physical appearance Paragraph 3: his/her personality characteristics and exemplification Paragraph 4: your feelings about him/her 14. Compare your home town to one you liked best. (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan Paragraph 1: introduce the two cities. Paragraph 2: compare by stating similarities and differencies. Paragraph 3: state which you like more. Paragraph 4: summerize the features. 15. Describe your pet dog (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: what a dog is like and good for Paragraph 2: describe your dog (breed, hight, weight, colour) Paragraph 3: describe your feelings towards the dog and its personality Paragraph 4: summarize the characteristics of your dog 16. Describe footbal or another game as your favourite sport (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: introduce the game (name, number of players, place) Paragraph 2: describe the game (rules, ecquipment) Paragraph 3: state why you prefer it Paragraph 4: give a short summary 17. You and some friends of yours went on a trip some time ago. Describe the trip in 150 words/15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: when and where you went Paragraph 2: what the atmosphere was like Paragraph 3: what you did during the trip Paragraph 4: how you felt 18. Describe a place with its historical background (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: give the name and the geographical position Paragraph 2: describe its historical background Paragraph 3: describe it as it is now Paragraph 4: give your opinion about the place

19. Write an informal letter to an English-speaking friend (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: start the letter (thank your friend for his/her letter, apologise for not having written back sooner) Paragraph 2: give news and information Paragraph 3: ask for news Paragraph 4: end the letter (give your regards to his/her parents and ask him/her to write soon) End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 20. Describe your deskmate (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of the person and meeting place; Paragraph 2: his/her physical appearance; Paragraph 3: personality characteristics and examples; Paragraph 4: your feeling about him/her. 21. Give your opinion on shopping before Christmas (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: choosing the shopping place Paragraph 2: short description of the shopping place Paragraph 3: what impressed you in the shopping place Paragraph 4: how you felt about shopping there 22. Write about your pet or a pet you would like to have (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the pet looks like. Paragraph 2: reasons for having a pet Paragraph 3: possible disadvantages (they are expensive; they need a lot of care, etc.) Paragraph 4: thoughts and feelings 23. Write a letter to a penfriend describing a birthday (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: people that came (number, presents or food brought); Paragraph 2: describe their clothes; Paragraph 3: describe how they behaved; Paragraph 4: your impression. End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark

24. Describe one of your worst day on a holliday (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: scene (weather, place, time); Paragraph 2: steps leading to the event; Paragraph 3: the main event (people, atmosphere); Paragraph 4: consequences and your feelings/comments. 25. Write a description of the town/village where you live (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: give background information (its name, what sort of place it is, where it is) Paragraph 2: describe the place in detail (sporting facilities, shopping, entertainment) Paragraph 3: give your opinion of the place, feelings, recommendation 26. Write a letter to a new pen-friend who lives in another country (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reasons for writing. Paragraph 2: describe yourself: age, height, etc. Paragraph 3: write about your hobbies, interests. Paragraph 4: ask for information about your pen friend. Paragraph 5: closing remarks: express your hope to continue writing to each other. End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 27. Write a description of a birthday party you attended some time ago (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the occasion was Paragraph 2: what the atmosphere was like Paragraph 3: what the people were like Paragraph 4: how you felt about the party 28. You and some friends of yours went on a trip some time ago. Describe the trip in 150 words/15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: when and where you went Paragraph 2: what the atmosphere was like Paragraph 3: what you did during the trip Paragraph 4: how you felt 29. Write about a hobby of yours (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the hobby is; when and why you started this form of recreation Paragraph 2: describe it in detail Paragraph 3: what advantages it has for you Paragraph 4: how it makes you feel

30. You have just returned from an exciting trip. Write a letter to a friend, in about 150 words/15 lines, telling him/her all about it. Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: write your opening remarks Paragraph 2: write about the trip in detail Paragraph 3: write your closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 31. Describe your favourite actor/actress. Write 150 words/15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: who the actor/actress is and the reason for choosing him/her Paragraph 2: what he/she looks like Paragraph 3: what she/he has done that is worth mentioning Paragraph 4: your feelings and thoughts about the actor/actress 32. Write a description of the most impressive moment of your school days (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the occasion was Paragraph 2: what happened and what impressed you Paragraph 3: what the atmosphere was like Paragraph 4: how you felt about the occasion 33. Describe a place you like very much. Write 150 words/15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: its name and location, reason for choosing it Paragraph 2: main aspects in detail Paragraph 3: things to see / do Paragraph 4: your feelings about the place and / or recommendations 34. Describe an important event in your life (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the event was; when and where it happened Paragraph 2: how it developed Paragraph 3: feelings and emotions you experienced throughout the event Paragraph 4: your opinion of it 35. Describe a place, real or imaginary, which has a story behind it (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: give background information (its name, what sort of place it is, where it is) Paragraph 2: describe the place in detail Paragraph 3: present the story behind the place (what happened and when) Paragraph 4: give your opinion of the place

36. Write a description of a birthday party (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: when and where you organised the party Paragraph 2: what preparations you made for the event; Paragraph 3: the people present; the gifts you received Paragraph 4: how you felt; your opinion of the party 37. Describe your most prized possession (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: what the object is; Paragraph 2.how you obtained it; Paragraph 3 why it is so valuable to you Paragraph 4: describe it in detail Paragraph 5: your feelings and opinion of it 38. Imagine you are on holiday at the seaside. Write a letter to a friend using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: location and accommodation Paragraph 2: weather, sights, and activities Paragraph 3: specific food, local people Paragraph 4: your plans for the rest of the holiday Paragraph 5: what you think of the place, feelings and recommendation End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 39. Write a letter (or email) to a pen friend about yourself using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: name, city, country Paragraph 2: age, appearance Paragraph 3: family members names, looks, character Paragraph 4: interests, hobbies, likes and dislikes Paragraph 5: questions for your pen friend End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 40. Describe a place in your country, saying what a visitor could see and do there and why it is a good choice for tourists. Follow the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: name, location Paragraph 2: sights to see, things to do Paragraph 3: nightlife, restaurants,

Paragraph 4: special characteristics: local people, food Paragraph 5: comments, recommendation 41. Describe a famous historic building you have visited. Follow the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: name, location, special features Paragraph 2: historical facts Paragraph 3: description of the exterior Paragraph 4: description of the interior Paragraph 5: recommendation 42. Describe your best friend (use the name Carol). Follow the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: name, where/when you met Paragraph 2: appearance Paragraph 3: personality Paragraph 4: hobbies, interests, likes and dislikes Paragraph 5: your feelings, comments about him/her 43. Write about an interesting celebration you attended. Follow the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: name, time, place of the event Paragraph 2: reason for celebrating Paragraph 3: preparations before the event Paragraph 4: the event itself Paragraph 5: feelings, general remarks 44. Describe a restaurant where you went. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: name of the place, location, occasion and who you went with Paragraph 2: good and bad points about the food and prices Paragraph 3: good and bad points about the service Paragraph 4: good and bad points about the atmosphere Paragraph 5: comments, suggestions, and recommendations 45. Write a letter to a friend to tell him/her about an unpleasant incident that happened to you, using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reason for writing Paragraph 2: details about the incident: place, time, people involved Paragraph 3: succession of events Paragraph 4: what happened after the incident Paragraph 5: present situation, feelings End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark

46. Write a letter to a friend to tell him/her about a happy event that happened to you, using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reason for writing Paragraph 2: details about the event: place, time, weather, people involved Paragraph 3: succession of events Paragraph 4: what happened after the event Paragraph 5: present situation, feelings End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 47. Write a letter to a friend to tell him/her about a happy event that happened to you, using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reason for writing Paragraph 2: details about the event: place, time, weather, people involved Paragraph 3: succession of events Paragraph 4: what happened after the event Paragraph 5: present situation, feelings End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 48. Write a letter (or email) to invite a friend to your party using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: greeting, reason for writing Paragraph 2: when, where the party takes place Paragraph 3: details about the party: type, people coming, food, clothes Paragraph 4: directions to the location of the party Paragraph 5: closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 49. Describe a cinema in your town using the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: when you went, who with, weather Paragraph 2: name of the cinema, location, access Paragraph 3: good and bad points about the quality of facilities: screen, sound system, Refreshments, atmosphere Paragraph 4: good and bad points about prices, compared with the quality of the service offered

Paragraph 5: conclusion, comments, suggestions, and recommendations 50. Write an article about your daily routine following the plan provided below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: introduce yourself: name, age, where you live Paragraph 2: your programme in the morning Paragraph 3: your programme in the afternoon Paragraph 4: your programme in the evening Paragraph 5: how you feel at the end of the day 51. Write a letter to a friend who has recently got married. (150 words/ 15 lines). Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Pam, Paragraph 1: opening remarks, reasons for writing Paragraph 2: ask about ceremony Paragraph 3: ask about plans for the future Paragraph 4: closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Sally. 52. Describe an outstanding celebration you attended in your town / village. (150 words / 50 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name/time/place of event Paragraph 2: preparation before the event Paragraph 3: the event itself Paragraph 4: feelings/general remarks 53. Describe a holiday place in your country (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name, location, reasons for choosing the place Paragraph 2: sights to see, things to do Paragraph 3: entertainment, night life Paragraph 4: comments/recommendation(s) 54. Write the description of an eccentric person (real or imaginary). (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of person, when, where, how you met her/him Paragraph 2: physical appearance and clothes Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification(s), examples Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person 55. Write the description of an object you cannot live without. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name the object, how you got it Paragraph 2: detailed description of the item

Paragraph 3: sentimental value attached, use Paragraph 4: feelings/general remarks 56. Describe a visit to a museum of your choice. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: location of building, reasons for choosing it Paragraph 2: description of specific details, displays Paragraph 3: personal feelings or reactions about the place Paragraph 4: closing remarks 57. Write a letter to a friend accepting an invitation to a New Years Eve party. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Jack, Paragraph 1: opening remarks, reasons for writing Paragraph 2: give details of your travel arrangements Paragraph 3: ask about arrangements for the party Paragraph 4 : closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Nigel. 58. Describe the graduation party you and your class/schoolmates attended. (150 words / 50 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name/time/place of event Paragraph 2: preparation before the event Paragraph 3: the event itself Paragraph 4: feelings/general remarks 59. Describe a country you would like to visit (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name, location Paragraph 2: sights to see, things to do Paragraph 3: entertainment, night life Paragraph 4: comments/recommendation 60. Write the description of a favourite relative of yours. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of person, relation to him/her Paragraph 2: physical appearance Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification(s), examples Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person 61. Write the description of an object of sentimental value for your family. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name object, how your family got it Paragraph 2: detailed description of the item Paragraph 3: sentimental value attached, use Paragraph 4: feelings/general remarks

62. Describe a visit to the local Zoo. (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: location of place, general presentation Paragraph 2: description of specific details Paragraph 3: personal feelings or reactions about the place Paragraph 4: closing remarks 63. You have just returned from the holiday of your dreams. Write a letter to a friend telling him/ her about it. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: place/ how you got there Paragraph 2: how you prepared for it Paragraph 3: what you did/ visited there Paragraph 4: comments and feelings/ wishes End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank 64. Write the description of an object you are very attached to. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: name object, how you got it Paragraph 2: detailed description of the object Paragraph 3: sentimental value, use Paragraph 4: feelings/ general remarks 65. Write a letter to a friend describing your new English teacher. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: name/ reason for changing teacher Paragraph 2: physical appearance and clothes Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification (s), examples Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank 66. Describe a character from your favourite novel / short story. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: name/ reason for being your favourite character Paragraph 2: physical appearance and clothes Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification (s), examples Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person

67. Write a letter to a friend telling him/ her about your first day at high school. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: name/ short description of high school Paragraph 2: description of classroom and classmates Paragraph 3: personal feelings and reactions about the place and people Paragraph 4: closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank 68. Describe your favourite uncle/ aunt. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: name/ reason for being your favourite uncle/ aunt Paragraph 2: physical appearance and clothes Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification (s), examples Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person 69. Describe the house of your dreams. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: place/ surroundings Paragraph 2: detailed description of the house Paragraph 3: personal feelings and reactions about the place Paragraph 4: closing remarks 70. Describe a show you have been to. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: place/ how you got there Paragraph 2: how you prepared for it Paragraph 3: what you did there Paragraph 4: comments and feelings/ wishes 71. You have just returned from a trip. Write a letter to a friend telling him/ her about it. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: place/ how you got there Paragraph 2: how you prepared for it Paragraph 3: what you did/ visited there Paragraph 4: comments and feelings/ wishes End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank

72. Write the description of your favourite town in Romania. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: name the town, reasons for being the favourite one Paragraph 2: detailed description of the town Paragraph 3: sentimental value, use Paragraph 4: feelings/ general remarks 73. Write a letter to a foreign friend telling him / her about a winter tradition in your country. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: name the tradition, reasons for being your favourite one Paragraph 2: detailed description of the tradition Paragraph 3: sentimental value, significance Paragraph 4: feelings/ general remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank 74. Write a letter to a foreign friend telling him / her about life in the countryside in Romania. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: place/ general presentation Paragraph 2: detailed description Paragraph 3: sentimental value Paragraph 4: feelings/ general remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank 75. Write a letter to a friend describing your mother. (150 words / 15 lines) Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Ashley, Paragraph 1: name/ short introduction Paragraph 2: physical appearance, likes, dislikes Paragraph 3: personal qualities and justification (s), examples of hobbies Paragraph 4: comments and feelings about the person End your letter like this: Best wishes, Frank

76. Imagine you are on a trip abroad. Write a letter to a friend using the plan below. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: location and accommodation Paragraph 2: weather, sights, and activities Paragraph 3: specific food, local people Paragraph 4: your plans for the rest of the trip Paragraph 5: what you think of the place, feelings and recommendation End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 77. Write about your next-door neighbour (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of the person and when you met him/her; Paragraph 2: his/her physical appearance; Paragraph 3: his/her personality characteristics and exemplification; Paragraph 4: your feelings about him/her. 78. Describe your native town or village. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the plan provided below. Paragraph 1: location and accommodation Paragraph 2: weather, sights, and activities Paragraph 3: specific food, local people Paragraph 4: what you think of the place, feelings and recommendation 79. What arguments would you bring a foreigner in order to convince him /her that Romania is worth visiting? Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: weather, sights, and activities Paragraph 2: specific food, local people Paragraph 3: what you think of the place, feelings and recommendation 80. Write a description of your favourite classmate (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of the person and your relationship with him / her. Paragraph 2: what your classmate looks like / physical description. Paragraph 3: what his / her hobbies, interests are. Paragraph 4: what your feelings about the person are. 81. What is the latest film that you have seen? Speak about it. Write about 150 words /15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: title and theme Paragraph 2: plot Paragraph 3: comments upon the plot

Paragraph 4: conclusion, recommendation 82. Write about a visit to a museum (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name, location and the reason for your visit. Paragraph 2: the atmosphere and the exhibits. Paragraph 3: what impressed you most. Paragraph 4: thoughts and impressions. 83. Describe your last summer holiday. Write 150 words/15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: give background information Paragraph 2: describe the holiday in detail (describe people, places, actions, emotions) Paragraph 3: give your opinion of the holiday 84. What is the latest book you have read? Speak about it. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your composition like this: Paragraph 1: title and theme Paragraph 2: plot Paragraph 3: specific comments upon the plot Paragraph 4: conclusion, recommendation 85. Write a letter to your friend describing an object you have just bought (100 words / 10 lines). Use the following plan: Start your letter like this: Dear Pam, Paragraph 1: greeting and your reason(s) for writing. Paragraph 2: describe the object you have bought. Paragraph 3: how you feel about it. Paragraph 4: closing remarks End your letter like this: Best wishes, Sally. 86. Write about a festival / holiday / special day you have attended (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: name of the event, place and time. Paragraph 2: preparations for the event. Paragraph 3: description of the event. Paragraph 4: feelings and impressions. 87. Describe the house of your dreams. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Write your description like this: Paragraph 1: location and accommodation Paragraph 2: activities you would do there Paragraph 3: specific architectural features Paragraph 4: what you think of the place, feelings and recommendation

88. Write a letter to your penfriend in which you invite her to spend a month in your country. Use the plan provided below. Write about 150 words/15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reason for writing Paragraph 2: general facts about your city Paragraph 3: entertainment possibilities Paragraph 4: local food and people Paragraph 5: further reasons for her visit End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 89. Write a letter to your friend in which you tell her how you celebrated your last birthday. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: location, date Paragraph 2: atmosphere, music Paragraph 3: people who attended Paragraph 4: food and drink Paragraph 5: personal feelings End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 90. Describe your favourite book. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: when, how, where you heard about it, title, writer Paragraph 2: a short summary Paragraph 3: atmosphere of the book Paragraph 4: main characters Paragraph 5: feelings and recommendations 91. Imagine an underwater city and describe it. Use the following plan. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Paragraph 1: infrastructure, streets and buildings Paragraph 2: entertainment Paragraph 3: transport Paragraph 4: work places and people Paragraph 5: general atmosphere and conclusion

92. Describe your favourite holiday spot. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: location, type of place, how you found out about it Paragraph 2: accommodation and food Paragraph 3: entertainment possibilities Paragraph 4: local people Paragraph 5: feelings and recommendations 93. Describe your favourite movie. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: title, director, type of movie, when, where you saw it Paragraph 2: short plot Paragraph 3: characters and cast Paragraph 4: atmosphere, soundtrack, special effects Paragraph 5: recommendations and feelings 94. Write a letter to your friend in which you speak about your latest success at school. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan. Start your letter like this: Dear Carol, Paragraph 1: reason for writing Paragraph 2: short presentation of what happened Paragraph 3: other peoples reactions Paragraph 4: how you feel about it End your letter like this: Best wishes, Mark 95. Describe the best concert you have ever attended. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan. Paragraph 1: location, performers, date Paragraph 2: type of music, favourite singers Paragraph 3: atmosphere, quality of sound and stage effects Paragraph 4: people who attended, public Paragraph 5: feelings and recommendations 96. Describe the way in which you celebrate Christmas. Write about 150 words / 15 lines. Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: short and general presentation of Christmas Paragraph 2: atmosphere in your family Paragraph 3: food and drink, specialities Paragraph 4: music and guests Paragraph 5: personal feelings

97. Write about the effects of the Internet on peoples lives (150 words / about 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: your opinion about the effects of the Internet on peoples lives; Paragraph 2: positive influence of the Internet; Paragraph 3: negative effects of the Internet; Paragraph 4: the importance of the Internet for you. 98. Describe an area of outstanding beauty in your country (150 words/15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: the name of the area; where it is; the reason for choosing it. Paragraph 2: describe the area in detail (surroundings, sights, facilities etc.) Parsgraph 3: what people/tourists can do; free time activities Paragraph 4: how you feel about it 99. Make a full description of a main or secondary character in one of the books you have read so far (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: who the character is and the reason(s) for choosing him/her; Paragraph 2: what he/she looks like; Paragraph 3: what his/her personality and behaviour are like; Paragraph 4: your feelings and thoughts about this character. 100. Tell the story of a special day (150 words / 15 lines). Use the following plan: Paragraph 1: set the scene (weather, atmosphere, people involved); Paragraph 2: before the main event (incidents leading up to the main event); Paragraph 3: the main event (describe it, people involved, more details); Paragraph 4: peoples reactions, your feelings, comments.

Checkfor the following: Organization& cohesion 4 points Languageaccuracy 6 points Content 10 points Rangeof vocabulary 6 points Register 4 points