How to upgrade your writing?
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Have you been wondering how to take your writing to the next level? What next level? I mean the situation in which everything seems to be fine with your text, grammar is correct, paragraphs clearly divided, task achieved but you … Read More

HOW TO RECOGNISE AND START 4 TYPES of STANAG 6001 REPORTS
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What is a STANAG 6001 L3 report? It’s usually a mix of a few other types of reports which require you to provide different types of information and use different functions. There are 4 types of reports that appear most … Read More

Listen to a L3 memo
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Continuing the series of recorded pieces from a L3 Stanag 6001 exam, here comes a sample L3 memorandum, which is one possible tasks to write during the exam in Poland. Here’s the the instruction for this task: During an international … Read More

LISTEN TO A SAMPLE L3 DISCUSSION HERE
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This is a sample of a SLP 3 speaking task in accordance with the requirements of the exam in Poland. The useful expressions have been bolded in the text. The audio is ~ 3,5 minutes long as it is spoken … Read More

Why do you need a collocations dictionary?
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Why do you need a collocations dictionary?

Or maybe we should start from the beginning and say what a collocation is? There are different types of collocations. Click and read the post for more info!

Do you want to take part in the FREE LEVEL 3 REPORT WRITING MINI-COURSE?
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Would you like to learn the most important elements of report writing? Do you know what to pay attention to when writing reports? Reports are believed to be the most problematic part of the STANAG 6001 level 3 writing. That’s … Read More

LISTEN TO A SAMPLE BRIEFING
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As the previous post with the recording of a level 3 report was received by many of you with interest, without further ado, I’d like to present to you the sample STANAG 6001 level 3 briefing text plus audio. This … Read More

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