ECPE Exam Vocabulary

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 ECPE Exam - How to Prepare Vocabulary
ECPE is an exam for EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students. It is designed to evaluate test takers’ English skills for the academic or professional purpose. If you have scheduled to the test, you probably are hard working to have a good score. In general, ECPE exam has 4 parts: listening, reading, writing, and speaking; so there are lots of jobs in your preparing. For any serious test taker, proper preparation is the key to get own goal.

Although we may list a plenty of items to need to be handled in ECPE exam preparing, such as grammar, test sample, oral test format and topic, and so on, we must keep the focus on vocabulary building that is the core of all English skills. In fact, many successful ECPE test takers spend more than half of effort to build vocabulary in preparation.

As we know, there isn’t a clear definition about ECPE vocabulary, and no one, even the test organizer, tries to circle a set of words as a formal ECPE vocabulary. However, based on analyzing ECPE test papers and test scenarios, tutors and students can find out that some words more likely occur than others. These words are compiled together and called as ECPE vocabulary. Because of different view point, the so-called ECPE vocabularies are different each other, but they all have same nature: these words are deserved to spend time when preparing ECPE exam.

Basically, separate ECPE vocabularies reflect diverse requirements of test takers who have different vocabulary base and various expectations in exam. We provide 3 ECPE word lists in vocabulary section in order to meet with test takers’ requirements as many as possible.

3000 ECPE Vocabulary: A full size and middle level word list. This vocabulary has been dumped from ECPE words building app of this website. If you only have time to work with one word list, this is the first candidate. For most ECPE test takers, this vocabulary is good in both size and level. However, it is indeed a little easy for high score hunters. It may not be enough to ensure to shoot a high mark. If you know more than 50% of the list, consider skimming the list and try to look for a harder one instead.

ECPE Vocabulary in Samples: Actually this is a large but basic level vocabulary. All words are collected from samples and practices of official organizations. These words are good samples to represent the ECPE vocabulary’s level, scope, and preference. But you should understand that official samples and practices are for common test takers, not for high score hunters. So this vocabulary is a basic set of ECPE words. If you are trying to get a good mark, this is a must-have vocabulary, but is far away to ensure to get your goal.

ECPE Oral Exam Words: ECPE oral exam, also called ECPE speaking test, is a main of EXPE exam. To show in oral interview excellently, ECPE oral exam words should be included in your preparing job. Words used in speaking test have additional requirement than only in reading test. For latter, you just need to know. For speaking test, you have to pronounce them with right way. It means you need extra exercise. Although this is a simple and small word list, take it will enhance your ECPE oral exam very much.

In app section, we recommend 2 apps for ECPE test takers to help you build vocabulary. Both of them are fantastic vocabulary builder with pure web technology.

ECPE Test for Vocabulary: For vocabulary builders, how to know current level and progress is extremely important. It is fundamental factor to plan content and schedule activity to study. This app includes 1000+ middle level ECPE words, and produces question sheet in dynamic. It’s handy and reliable tool to evaluate ECPE vocabulary level of test takers.

1200 ECPE Words in 30 Days: It has a built-in ECPE word list; but the app actually plays as study manager. It not only shows you a word list by alphabet; it divides these words into 30 groups, creates test quiz for each word, records your study activities, and summarize your progress. It will save your time and effort of overhead in vocabulary study as possible, and improve your ECPE level in short time.

The third section is for tips and experiences, a very popular area in web site. We collect how-to style articles to help ECPE test takers to work easier and quicker. In this section we mainly post contents related to vocabulary building, but isn’t absolutely restricted to vocabulary topic. Other interesting or helpful topics may be included there too only if they are good for ECPE test takers.

ECPE Spelling Practice for Writing Test: This web site offers spelling practice for each word in all ECPE word lists. Spelling is the base in writing test. You have to spell right and quick in real writing test if you need a good mark. So you had better prepare a particular writing vocabulary and ensure you can spell every word in it. Finally this ECPE writing vocabulary will decide the quality of your essay and score of your writing test.

ECPE Online Word Questions: Basically, this web site offers a common feature to all word lists: make dynamic multiple options and single choice word quiz for each word. 3 ECPE word lists have no exception. This is an interactive way to study and review ECPE word through internet, convenient and free. If you used to study and review by single choice exercise, don’t miss this feature.

Download ECPE Vocabulary PDF: It is easy to download an existing ECPE vocabulary PDF file. But if you want to download a good PDF that exactly matched with your requirement, the thing becomes tough. In many case, it seems mission impossible. Here we introduce a new way to handle this puzzle: make personalized ECPE vocabulary PDF and then download. You can gain the most matched PDF file for ECPE vocabulary building.

Our visitors normally are ECPE test takers, who should know background of ECPE already. In case someone does have confusion, a brief introduction of ECPE test is attached there.

ECPE, the Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English, is an English test for EFL (English as a foreign language). It is recognized in several countries as official documentary evidence and can be used for academic and professional purposes. It is also accepted by some colleges if the certificate has been issued within two years.

The ECPE is designed for C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)and is valid for the lifetime of the test takers. Its proficiency level may be described as

1 Can understand with ease virtually everything heard or read.
2 Can summarise information from different spoken and written sources
3 Can reconstruct arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation
4 Can express spontaneously, very fluently and precisel

The ECPE test is for general language proficiency and consists of four components: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. All skills are evaluated by a combination of tasks.

The test is organized as 4 sections.

Speaking 30–35 minutes (1 question)

Test takers take part in a multi-stage task involving two examinees and two examiners.

Writing 30 minutes (1 question)

Test takers write an essay based upon one of two topic choices.(Seems easier than other tests.)

Listening 35–40 minutes (50 questions)

Part 1 (multiple choice)
A short conversation is accompanied by three printed statements. Test takers choose the statement with the same meaning as what was heard, or that is true based upon the conversation.

Part 2 (multiple choice)
A question is accompanied by three printed responses. Test takers choose the right answer to the question.

Part 3 (multiple choice)
Three talks, such as you hear on the radio, are each followed by questions from speaker. The questions and the answer choices are printed in answer sheet.

Grammar/Cloze/Vocabulary/Reading 75 minutes

Grammar (multiple choice, 40 questions)
An incomplete sentence is followed by a choice of words or phrases to complete in grammatical correct.

Cloze (multiple choice, 20 questions)
Two passages are followed by choices of words and phrases to complete the text. The answer should be the option that best fills each blank in grammar and meaning.

Vocabulary (multiple choice, 40 questions)
An incomplete sentence is followed by vocabulary options to complete it. The answer is by correct meaning in that context.

Reading (multiple choice, 20 questions)
Four reading passages are followed by comprehension questions.

More information is in its official website. ECPE Test