Books for Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)

English Advanced Vocabulary and Structure Practice  
Author: Maciej Matasek (from Poland)
Level: B1 to C2 / CEFR
Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency (CAE and CPE Examination).
Originally published: January 1999
Authors: Richard Side, Guy Wellman
Publisher: Pearson Longman
Level: C1 – C2 / CEFR 
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CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PROFICIENCY 1 (2013) for Updated Exam with Answers and Audio
Authentic Examination Papers from Cambridge ESOL 
Year published: 2013
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Level: C2 / CEFR
CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH: PROFICIENCY 2 (2015) for Updated Exam with Answers and Audio
Authentic Examination Papers from Cambridge ESOL
Year published: 2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Level: C2 / CEFR
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Books for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)

Succeed in Cambridge English: Advanced (10 CAE Practice Tests)
Publisher: GlobalELT
Year published: 2014
Authors: Andrew Betsis – Lawrence Mamas
Level: C1 / CEFR
Cambridge English: Complete Advanced (2nd Edition) 
Cambridge Official Preparation Material
Year published: 2014
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Authors: Guy Brook-Hart and Simon Haines
Level: C1 / CEFR

Time for reflection!


Admittedly, it takes me forever to ponder. I can spend nights after nights just to think about my future, my job, myself, and even my…love!

Taking this ICT Course has been my greatest trial so far!

Let’s say, from the very beginning , Ms. Tâm has been more than our instructor. She has gone beyond the boundaries of being just a stereotypical lecturer. She has been tremendously helpful in giving us her insights, sharing with us her ideas, observing and giving constructive comments and feedback before/in/after every class. Her knowledge and enthusiasm know no bounds. She helps us thrive for more knowledge, elicits our curiosity of exploring the technology world, and of course lends us a hand in building up our connections in life.

The time I spent in this class was more than entertaining. Not only do we have time to explore on our own, but we also put our overly-stressed minds at ease for a moment, all thanks to Ms. Tâm.

At least, after the course, we have created for our own a web. On looking back (possibly a few years later), I am sure this blog will be my most precious memory of my university life.

All thanks, and I wish us all success in life!




My name is Trieu (Lê Đăng Triều in full).


I was born in 1997, and I am 20 years old.

My zodiac sign is Pisces!

Let’s talk a bit about my educational background

  • I now study at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities from 2015 to 2018.
  • I study English Linguistics.
  • My major is English Language Teaching (ELT).
  • I can speak Vietnamese (native), English (fluent), French (average).
  • I study with the seniors.
  • I hold an IELTS (2015), FCE (2015). CAE (2016), CPE (2017) and have successfully taken the New SAT (2017) with 780/800 in Math.

I am now unemployed, but I do freelance jobs in translating, not teaching, though!



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