English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Trinity College London
Entry 1 Past Papers
Entry 2 Past Papers
Entry 3 Past Papers
The Videos below are sample videos of the exam in progress.
Scroll down to view resources for Skills for Life at Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2.
and I need to ask you for some information.
Now talk about what you will do with the fish you catch.
Entry 3 Past Papers
In the next issue we will have a travel section. Tell us about an interesting journey you have been on.
We would like to know what transport you used, what happened on the trip and why it was interesting.
In next month's issue, we will be writing about difficulties people have when moving to a new home.
We want our readers to write to us giving an account of the day you moved into your current accommodation.
Can you help?
We are looking for suggestions for day trips from our town or city/in our town or city.
Can you tell us about a place you visited recently?
How did you go there, what did you see and what did you do?
Other students would love to read about it.
College trip to Scotland 1 August—2 August 2006
Meet outside the college at 7am.
We will stay overnight and visit the world famous Edinburgh Castle.
Bring some food and entertainment for the coach journey.
Wanted—Children’s stories from around the world.
Can you tell us a children’s story that you heard or read when you were young?
Why not write your story for our next magazine?
College International Evening
Staff and students—Come to a party to welcome our international students! Bring a friend!
Where?—The Assembly Hall
When?—Next Tuesday at 7:30pm
Bring and Show. Bring an interesting object from another country to show everyone OR bring some food to share.
Enter our prize
The title of the story is
‘The best day of my life’
Summerfield Residents’ Association
Tuesday 28th September 7:30 pm
Christ Church Hall, Gillott Road
You are invited to an important meeting to discuss the local facilities and plans for spending the recent government grants. It will be a chance for you to decide what the new community centre will be like, and it could lead to employment opportunities as well. Please come along and share your views.
Free tea and biscuits!