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Bring football into your classrooms!

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Cambridge English FC imageBring football into your classrooms!

Do your students know their defenders from their strikers? Make learning English fun through the world’s favourite game – football. Play our fun English language game, Cambridge English FC for free.

As the captain of Cambridge English FC football team your students must answer English grammar and vocabulary questions. This will help their team pass the ball, get to the goal, shoot and score. They must know their grammar or they’ll face being sent to the bench! There are three cups to play for and students progress through each round, unlocking harder questions as they go.

Games are a great way to help your students practice and improve their English in a fun, motivating way. Cambridge English FC is for students at CEFR levels B2–C1 so is suitable for those studying for Cambridge English: First, First for Schools and Advanced. The multiple-choice questions test English language skills such as grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. The game is available for free for iOS and Android devices.

Download Cambridge English FC for free

 

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

December 21, 2015 at 1:59 pm

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    Catalin

    December 21, 2015 at 2:08 pm


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