One of the typical grammatical mistakes during the spoken STANAG 6001 exam is the wrong word order in questions. GRAMMATICAL CORRECTNESS is one of the elements of your assessment during the exam, so make sure to get your questions right!
I often receive questions about how to invent advantages and disadvantages for STANAG 6001 LEVEL 3 briefings. Some people even ask about universal ideas they could use in every briefing. The universal part of the briefing is its … Read More
I have problems with grammar. My grammar is never correct. I mix up all these tenses. Sounds familiar? I need to revise some grammar! This is the most frequent statement I hear when people ask me for advice in preparing … Read More
Everyone around looks like they know something you don’t. You take out your notes and start revising randomly. It soon turns out you don’t remember it all. So you panic … and instead of warming up and preparing mentally to … Read More
One of the frequent problems people have both in writing and in speaking during the STANAG 6001 English exam level 3 is coming up with interesting arguments. In the post, you will find 6 practical solutions to this problem. … Read More
Is grammar really that important? Is it necessary to communicate? What do boring grammar exercises have in common with speaking? These are the often heard and asked questions which become especially important when we talk about exams. I’ll try to … Read More
At the request of some students preparing for the level 3 speaking, I’m giving you today a sample STANAG 6001 level 3 briefing, followed by a plan/notes and examples of questions which might be asked by the second candidate about … Read More
10 MOST COMMON MISTAKES TO AVOID IN A BRIEFING Today, I want to tell you about ten most common mistakes people make when giving a briefing at the STANAG level 3 speaking and what to do to avoid them. 1. … Read More