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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)








Trinity College London














Entry 2 Past Papers












Entry 3 Past Papers













Sample videos


The Videos below are sample videos of the exam in progress.

http://www.trinitycollege.co.uk/site/?id=1175









Entry 1 Past Papers

New for 2011:Entry 1 Writing 16 June 2010
Entry 1 Reading 16 June 2010
Entry 1 Reading Answer Key 16 June 2010

Entry 1 - Download past papers, Sample/Practice Maps and Reading Answer Keys by clicking on the links below:


Reading Writing
Entry 1 - Reading 17 June 2009
Entry 1 - Reading Answer Key 17 June 2009 Entry 1 - Writing 17 June 2009
Entry 1 Reading February 2009
Entry 1 Reading Answer Sheet February 2009 Entry 1 Writing February 2009
Entry 1 Reading March 2008 Entry 1 Writing March 2008
Entry 1 Reading June 20 2007 10am Entry1 Writing March 2007
Entry 1 Reading March 2007 Entry 1 Writing June 20 2007 10am
Entry 1 March 2007 Answer sheet Entry 1 Writing Dec 13 2006
Entry 1 Reading Dec 13 2006 Entry 1 Writing March 2005
Entry 1 December 2006 Answer sheets Entry 1 Writing Jun 28 2006
Entry 1 Reading June 2006 Entry1 Writing March 2006
Entry 1 Reading March 2006
Entry 1 Reading Answer Key Mar 2006 Entry1 Writing Nov 2004
Entry 1 Reading March 2005 Entry 1 Writing Sept 2004
Entry 1 Reading June 2005 Entry 1 Writing June 2005
Entry 1 Reading Dec 2004 Entry 1 Writing Dec 2004
Entry 1 Reading Nov 2004
Entry 1 Reading Sept 2004
Entry 1-Reading August 2005 Entry 1-Writing August 2005
Entry 1 Writing Day March 2006
Entry 1 Reading January 2005 Entry 1 Writing January 2005
Entry 1 Reading December 2004 Entry 1 Writing December 2004
Entry 1 Reading October 2004 Entry 1 Writing October 2004
Sample Maps for Practice





Entry 2 Past Papers

New for 2011:Entry 2 Writing 16 June 2010
Entry 2 Reading 16 June 2010
Entry 2 Reading Answer Key 16 June 2010

Click on the links in the table to download:

Entry 2 Past Papers Reading & Writing
Entry 2 - Reading Answer Keys
Entry 2- Specimen Roleplays and Group Discussions



Reading Writing
Entry 2 - Reading 17 June 2009
Entry 2 - Reading Answer Key 17 June 2009 Entry 2 - Writing 17 June 2009
Entry 2 Reading February 2009
Entry 2 Reading Answer Sheet February 2009 Entry 2 Writing February 2009
Entry 2 Reading March 2008 Entry 2 Writing March 2008
Entry 2 Reading June 20 2007 10am Entry2 Writing March 2007
Entry 2 Reading March 2007 Entry 2 Writing June 20 2007 10am
Entry 2 March 2007 Answer sheet Entry 2 Writing Dec 13 2006
Entry 2 Reading Dec 13 2006 Entry 2 Writing March 2005
Entry 2 December 2006 Answer sheets Entry 2 Writing Jun 28 2006
Entry 2 Reading June 2006 Entry 2 Writing March 2006
Entry 2 Reading June 2005 Entry 2 Writing June 2005
Entry 2 Reading March 2006
Entry 2 Reading Answer Key Mar 2006 Entry2 Writing Nov 2004
Entry 2 Reading March 2005 Entry 2 Writing Sept 2004
Entry 2 Reading Dec 2004 Entry 2 Writing Dec 2004
Entry 2 Reading Nov 2004
Entry 2 Reading Sept 2004
Entry 2 Reading Day March 2006 Entry 2 Writing Day March 2006
Entry 2 Reading January 2005 Entry 2 Writing January 2005
Entry 2 Writing March Day 2005
Entry 2 Reading August 2005 Entry 2 Writing August 2005
Entry 2 Reading October 2004 Entry 2 Writing October 2004
Entry 2 Specimen Roleplays and Discussion







Entry 3 Past Papers

New for 2011:Entry 3 Writing 16 June 2010
Entry 3 Reading 16 June 2010
Entry 3 Reading Answer Key 16 June 2010

Entry 3 Past Papers
Entry 3 - Reading Answer Keys
Entry 3- Specimen Roleplays and Group Discussions
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Reading Writing
Entry 3 - Reading 17 June 2009
Entry 3 - Reading Answer Key 17 June 2009 Entry 3 - Writing 17 June 2009
Entry 3 Reading February 2009
Entry 3 Reading Answer Sheet February 2009 Entry 3 Writing February 2009
Entry 3 Reading March 2008 Entry 3 Writing March 2008
Entry 3 Reading June 20 2007 10am Entry 3 Writing March 2007
Entry 3 Reading March 2007 Entry 3 Writing June 20 2007 10am
Entry 3 March 2007 Answer sheet Entry 3 Writing Dec 13 2006
Entry 3 Reading Dec 13 2006 Entry 3 Writing March 2005
Entry 3 December 2006 Answer sheets Entry 3 Writing Jun 28 2006
Entry 3 Reading June 2006 Entry 3 Writing March 2006
Entry 3 Reading March 2006
Entry 3 Reading Answer Key Mar 2006 Entry 3 Writing Nov 2004
Entry 3 Reading March 2005 Entry 3 Writing Sept 2004
Entry 3 Reading Dec 2004 Entry 3 Writing Dec 2004
Entry 3 Reading Nov 2004
Entry 3 Reading Sept 2004 Entry 3 Writing Day March 2006
Entry 3 Reading Day March 2006 Entry 3 Writing January 2005
Entry 3 Reading June 2005 Entry 3 Writing June 2005
Entry 3 Reading January 2005
Entry 3 Reading August 2005 Entry 3 Writing August 2005
Entry 3 Reading October 2004 Entry 3 Writing October 2004
Entry 3 Specimen Roleplays and Discussion






Entry 3

Certificates in


ESOL Skills for Life




Speaking and Listening




Specimen Role-play and Group discussion prompts




Entry 3 Role–plays (Task three — up to three minutes)






1. You are at the Job Centre looking for a job. I work at the Job Centre. I need to ask you


for information in order to find out what kind of job you would like.




2. You are at the library. You want to register. I work at the library. I need to ask you for


information.




3. You are at the council offices. You would like to change your accommodation. I work


at the office. I need to ask you for information.




4. You are at the local sports centre. You would like to become a member of the tennis


club. I am a receptionist and I need to ask you for some information.




5. You are at the local community centre. You would like to do some voluntary work. I


am the manager and I need to ask you for some information.




6. You are at college. You would like to change your ESOL class. I am the Head of ESOL

and I need to ask you for some information.












Certificates in


ESOL Skills for Life


Speaking and Listening




Specimen Role-play and Group discussion prompts




Entry 3 Component 2 Specimen group discussion prompts


(Up to 10 minutes)



1. For this part of the exam you are going to plan a tennis competition for the children


who live in your area. Decide when and where it will take place, what you will need to do


and how to organise the children.


Supplementary point – ONLY to be used if the discussion comes to a


natural end well before the allocated time.


Now talk about why sport is important for young people.


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2. For this part of the exam you are going to talk together to plan a leaving party for


some students in your class who are going away next month.


Discuss the arrangements for the party, such as when and where it will be, what you


need to prepare and what you will do at the party to say goodbye to the students.


Supplementary point – ONLY to be used if the discussion comes to a


natural end well before the allocated time.


Now talk about the last party you went to.


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3. For this part of the exam you are going to talk together to plan an event when you will


make money for the local children’s hospital. Decide what kind of activity to organise,


where the activity will take place and what you will each need to do.


Supplementary point – ONLY to be used if the discussion comes to a natural end


well before the allocated time.


Now talk about what the money should be spent on.


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4. For this part of the exam you are going to talk together to plan a day out for one of


your classmates who loves fishing. It could be on a river or lake, or at sea. Decide when


and where to go, what is the best way to get there and what arrangements for eating


and drinking you need to make.


Supplementary point – ONLY to be used if the discussion comes to a natural end


well before the allocated time.

Now talk about what you will do with the fish you catch.





Entry 3 Past Papers




Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two tasks. Complete both tasks.


Task 1


Your college newsletter wants you to write an article about a film or TV programme you saw recently. Include information about:


• where and when you saw it


• what happened in the film or TV programme


• why you did or did not enjoy it.


Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final article.) Plan/draft below









Task 2


One of your classmates is getting married. You want to arrange a party for him. Write an email to your classmates. Invite them to the party and say when and where it will be. Ask them for ideas about what wedding present to give.


(About 120 words)

























Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two tasks. Complete both tasks.


Task 1


You saw an accident when you were in the town centre last week. The police have asked you to write what happened. Write about:


• what you were doing when you saw the accident


• who was involved in the accident and what happened


• what you and the other people in the street did.


Plan your account by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your account. Then write the final account, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final account.) Plan/draft below





Task 2


You want to go to the cinema next week. Write an email to a friend, telling him/her about the film you want to see and asking him/her to come with you. Suggest a time and place to meet and ask for suggestions about what you could do after the film. (About 120 words)









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two tasks. Complete both tasks.


Task 1


Your college newsletter wants students to write the story of a day when they tried a new hobby or sport. Write about:


• why you chose to do this activity for the first time


• what happened on the day


• what you enjoyed most.


Plan your story by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your account. Then write the final account, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final account.) Plan/draft below









Task 2


You have a new friend in your class. Write an email inviting him/her to come to your house for a meal. Suggest a date and time, and ask what kind of food they would like you to cook. Ask your friend to bring some of their favourite CDs or DVDs. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You are going to have a job interview next week. The interviewer has asked you to write a short account of a day in the past when you felt proud of yourself. It could be because you passed an important examination, got a better job or achieved something special. Plan your account by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one


paragraph of your account. Then write the final account, making sure that you proofread it.


(About 200 words. This includes the plan, draft and final account.) Plan/draft below









Task two


Your cousin’s wife has had a baby and your family are having a party to celebrate. Write an email to a friend, asking him/her to come to the party. Tell him/her the arrangements, explain the reason for the party and try to arrange a present for the baby. (About 120 words)















Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You read this in your college magazine:


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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.









Write an article about your journey for the magazine. Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it.


(About 200 words. This includes the plan, draft and final article) Plan/draft below







Task two


You want to join a new college. You’d like your friend to come with you to meet the teachers and see the building. Write your friend an email explaining where the college is and tell them about the date and time of the visit. Ask your friend to let you know whether he/she will be able to go with you. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You read this in your college magazine:


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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.









You decide to write about the day you moved into your current accommodation. Include any difficulties, misunderstandings or funny things that happened on the day. Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it.


(About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final account.) Plan/draft below







Task two


You are going to visit a friend in the mountains in Scotland. Write an email to your friend and tell him or her about what you would like to do while you are there. Ask what type of clothes you should bring and if there is anything else you should bring. Let him or her know exactly when you will arrive and ask him or her to come and meet you.


(About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You read this in your college newsletter:


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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.













You decide to write an article for the newsletter. (About 200 words)


You will need to show evidence of planning. Make notes and then draft at least part of your answer. Plan/draft below





Task two


Your English teacher is going on holiday to your country and would like to visit your friends or family there. Write an e-mail to your friends or family asking them to welcome your English teacher and suggest what they could do with him or her. (About 120 words)









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You are preparing for an interview for a job in a travel agency. The travel agency has asked you to write an account of a visit you have made to a famous place. You can include details of:


• when you visited it


• why it is famous


• what you saw when you were there


• how you travelled there


Plan your account by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your account. Then write the final account, making sure that you proofread it.


(About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final account.)


Plan/draft below







Task two


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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.











You see this notice in your classroom. Write a letter to a friend to invite him/her on the trip. Give details of when and where the trip starts and where you will visit. Tell your friend what you are going to bring for the journey and ask him/her to bring something different. (About 120 words)


Dear.......................................................................................................................









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


Your college is having a competition to find the most interesting story about a day of celebration (e.g. national or local festival, marriage, birth or personal success).


Write about a day of celebration you took part in, what happened and why you were celebrating. Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final article.)


Plan/draft below









Task two


You have recently moved into a new flat or house. Write a letter to a friend. Invite him or her to your ‘flat-warming’ or ‘house-warming’ party and give details of the day and the time. Give your friend your new address and telephone number and suggest the best way to get to your new home. Ask them to let you know whether they can come or not.


(About 120 words)











Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You read this in your college magazine:


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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?









Write your story below (about 200 words).


Plan your story by making notes of the most important points and then write a draft.


Then write the final story for the college magazine and check it carefully for mistakes.


Plan/draft below











Task two


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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.













Your college is having a party next week. Write a letter to a friend and tell him or her about the party. Invite your friend to the party. Give details of when and where the party is and say what object or food you are going to take. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


The editor of your community magazine has asked you to write an article (about 200 words) about a recent event in your area. It could be a party, a sporting or cultural occasion or a meeting.


Include the following in your article:


• preparations for the event


• what happened on the day


• the people who came


• how the event finished


Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then write a draft. Then write the final article for the magazine and check it carefully for mistakes. Plan/draft below









Task two


You and your family are planning a big celebration for a member of your family who is coming to visit you soon. Write a letter (about 120 words) to a married couple you met recently, telling them about the visit, your plans for the day and inviting them to join in the celebration. Ask them to let you know their response to your invitation and what time they plan to arrive.









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


Write an article for your college newsletter about EITHER a television programme OR a film you have seen recently. Describe what happened briefly and say what you thought of the programme or film. (About 200 words)


Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then write a draft.


Then write the final article for the college newsletter and check it carefully for mistakes. Plan/draft below







Task two


You are planning a day trip to another town to meet some old friends next month. Write a letter to another friend, inviting him or her to go with you and giving details of when and how you want to travel. Say how you would like to spend the day and ask your friend to help with something you want to take with you. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


Your college is having a competition to find the most interesting story about a day of celebration (e.g. national or local festival, marriage, birth or personal success).


Write about a day of celebration you took part in, what happened and why you were celebrating. Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words in total. This includes the plan, draft and final article.)


Plan/draft below









Task two


You have recently moved into a new flat or house. Write a letter to a friend. Invite him or her to your ‘flat-warming’ or ‘house-warming’ party and give details of the day and the time. Give your friend your new address and telephone number and suggest the best way to get to your new home. Ask them to let you know whether they can come or not.


(About 120 words)









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


Before you go for a job interview, the company asks you to write an account of a typical day in your last job OR a typical day in your life in the past. (About 200 words)


Plan your account by making notes of the most important points and then write a draft. Then write the final account for the company and check it carefully for mistakes. Plan/draft below











Task two


Write a letter to a friend about a social occasion you want to organise for people in your country. Say when and where you are planning to meet and what you would like to do.


Ask him or her to help you with the arrangements and on the day of the meeting. (About 120 words)









Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two tasks. Complete both tasks.


Task one


You are going to have a new class teacher next week. Write a short account for your new teacher about what has happened to you since you came to this country.


Write about:


• when and how you arrived here


• what happened in the first few days/weeks


• what you have done since you arrived


(About 200 words)


You will need to show evidence of planning. Make notes and then draft at least part of your answer. Plan/draft below











Task two


You want to spend a weekend at the seaside next month. Write a letter to a friend, inviting him/her to come with you and telling him/her what you plan to do there. Suggest the best way to travel, where you think you could stay, and ask your friend for some advice. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


Your college is making a display about different places to visit. Your teacher has asked you to write about somewhere you have visited recently. The best ones will go on the display. Write about your trip, making sure that you proofread it. (About 200 words) You will need to show evidence of planning. Make notes and then draft at least part of your answer.


Plan/draft below









Task two


You have been invited to a party in another city. Your friend or relative lives in the same city as the party. Write a letter to your friend or relative telling him/her about the party, and asking if you can stay the night at his/her house. Also tell


him/her about your other plans for your trip. Suggest some things you would like to do together and ask if there is anything you need to bring. (About 120 words)







Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3—Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes.


This examination paper contains two questions. Answer both questions.


Task one


You read this in your college newsletter:


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Enter our prize
story-writing
competition and
WIN £100
The title of the story is
‘The best day of my life’















Your teacher wants you to enter the competition. Write your story below (about 200 words) and


include the following:


• where you were


• how you felt


• why the day was special


• who was with you


Plan your story by making notes of the most important points and then write a draft. Then write the final story for the competition and check it carefully for mistakes. Plan/draft below









Task two


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Summerfield Residents’ Association
Special Meeting
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!



















This leaflet came through your front door. Write a letter inviting a friend to go to the meeting with you and suggest where and when to meet. Tell your friend some of your ideas for the new community centre and what kind of jobs your ideas might create. (About 120 words)



















Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life


Entry 3 — Writing


Time allowed: 60 minutes


This examination paper has two tasks. Complete both tasks.


Task 1


Write an article for your college magazine about a book or film that you enjoyed. Write about what happened in the story.


Plan your article by making notes of the most important points and then draft at least one paragraph of your article. Then write the final article, making sure that you proofread it.


(About 200 words. This includes the plan, draft and final article.) Plan/draft below





Task 2


You want to have a party at your house. Write an email to your friend and invite him/her to come. Tell your friend when you are having the party and ask if he/she knows how to get there. Tell your friend what to bring. (About 120 words)






















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