U2 can have a B2!

Your online course to pave  your way to your English B2 certification! 

The Cambridge English: First examination is made up of the👆 above 4 papers, each testing a different skill in English.
The Reading and Use of English paper is worth 40 percent of the marks (80 marks), and each of the other papers is worth 20 percent (40 marks each).
There are five grades. A, B and C are pass grades; D and E are fail grades.
Recommended Books

English Graded Readers Adults (B2)

Classic Novels:

  • Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte, Global ELT
  • Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, Oxford University Press
  • Why didn’t they ask Evans?, Agatha Christie, Collins English Readers
  • Woman in White, Willkie Collins, Oxford University Press

Contemporary Literature:

  • Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything, Elizabeth Gilbert, Text adaptation by Rachel Bladon, Oxford Bookworms
  • Death of an Englishman, Magdalen Nabb
    Retold by Diane Mowat, Oxford Bookworms


Recommended TV Shows & Series

Tips for using TV series to learn English

  • Choose shows with shorter episodes so that you don’t get too overwhelmed with all the new vocabulary.
  • Watch the TV shows with English subtitles NOT subtitles in your own language. Reading and listening to English at the same time is the best way to get your brain to absorb new vocabulary.
  • Try not to pause and look up words you don’t understand, as this will stop you from enjoying the plot. Instead, try and work out the word’s meaning from the show’s context.


TV Series & Dramas:

  • The Crown
  • Downton Abbey
  • Broadchurch
  • Sherlock

– Cooking shows:

  • Jamie Oliver’s 15-minute Meals

– Sitcoms:

  • The Vicar of Dibley
  • The Office

AMERICAN TV Series and Sitcoms:


  • Mare of Easttown
  • Modern Family
  • Modern Love
  • Friends
Verb Patterns

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Tools & Resources👉

Here you are a collection of some very useful tools and resources that I use on a regular basis to check the meaning of words, their pronunciation, and their use in context.

I strongly recommend that you look up words in a mononlingual (English) dictionary as much as possible. 

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