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Difference between FLE & ESL I am writing this for my brothers in grade seven who will have to face this difficult choice. I hope reading this will help, so let us start ... First of All, What is First language English? The First Language English syllabus will develop students' ability to communicate accurately, appropriately and effectively in speech and writing. Students will be encouraged to use relevant vocabulary, to employ correct grammar, spelling and punctuation, and to display a sense of style and audience. While there is a strong emphasis on reading and writing skills, an optional test or school-based assessment in speaking/listening is available. ...read more.


The qualification reflects the widespread use of English in education and commerce, and also in entertainment. Through their studies, students will learn how to use English effectively in the type of situations, and English-speaking environments, they will encounter in their daily lives. The aim is to achieve a level of practical communication ideal for everyday use, which can also form the basis for further, more in-depth language study. Why did I choose first language? I chose First Language English for a lot of reasons. First and most important, I come from a country in which English regard as a first language. Also, I plan to go to a university which requires English as a first language. ...read more.


Your summary should be one paragraph of not more than 70 words. You should use your own words as far as possible This is an example of a first language question . . . Imagine you are the writer of Passage A. Write a diary entry in which you explore your thoughts and feelings about the trip so far. You will be sending your diary entry to your friends and family. In your entry include � The impact of the landscape � Your reactions to people and places. You should write between 11/2 and 2 sides, allowing for the size of your handwriting. Up to fifteen marks will be given for the content of your answer and up to five marks for the quality of your writing. ...read more.

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