However, you need some guidance to help you.
In this post I will point out some resources for you to prepare for your PSC language exam.
Remember when you’re doing the oral exam you need to explain what, why and how. The how part isn’t necessarily the most important, but what and why are. So focus on what and why.
The better you can use things like good transition words and conditionals, the more likely you are to be seen as a competent English speaker. That means you’re more likely to get a C.
Here is a list of PSC language oral exam resources for you:
Good transition words
What are transition words
What are conditionals
Sample oral test questions
Will versus be going to
Remember when you doing the writing exam that they will try to trick you by putting words in English that are a direct translation from French.
So it is important to know the difference between, what is right in French and what is right in English.
Here is a list of ps language written exam resources for you:
Fixed expression list
Using passive voice
Active vs passive
Verb tense forms
Comparative and superlative
Simple past versus present perfect
Final thoughts on how to prepare for the PSC language exam
I hope you found this post helpful, and it gives you an idea how to prepare for the PSC language exam.
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