Cambridge English Qualifications help children around the world learn English

Cambridge English Qualifications help children around the world learn English

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When I grow up, I want to be a lawyer When I grow up, I want to be a doctor When I grow up, I want to be a businessman Every child has a dream Learning English helps children achieve their dreams and connect with the world. We are Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge. We help millions of people learn English and prove their skills to the world. Cambridge English Qualifications are backed by extensive research into how children develop language skills. Our in-depth exams make learning English enjoyable, effective and rewarding. They help your child stand out from the crowd and access the best study, work and life opportunities. Each qualification helps your child improve their real-life language and communication in all four language skills The exams give students the confidence they need to communicate in an English-speaking environment. Our step-by-step journey motivates children from a young age right through to their teenage years and beyond. From small steps to conquering the world, your child’s goals and ambitions are within reach. Cambridge English Qualifications are a mark of excellence, accepted and trusted by thousands of universities and employers around the world. With the right support learning a language is an exciting journey and that’s why we’re here for every learner, every step of the way.

2 thoughts on “Cambridge English Qualifications help children around the world learn English”

  1. I've supported and promoted Cambridge exams for more than 30 years; given conferences at TESOLetc., but it isn't enjoyable anymore. It has become more like a lottery. The Use of English needs to be changed. You cannot know every collocation. If you are lucky you know some of them or it's like ini mini mo. The Reading is more about your IQ than your level of English. How many natives would pass B2 and C1, not to mention C2. Also, at B1 if someone slightly misunderstands the instructions, but produces a fine composition, that shouldn't be disvalued.

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