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Cambridge first for schools includes story writing, but cambridge first (ie the general adult version) includes writing an essay, email/letter, a report or a review not a story check with your teacher or exam centre if you’re not sure which exam you’ll be taking the question for a cambridge first fce story can be worded in a few different ways. If you enjoy writing stories, you have a good imagination and lots of ideas, writing a story in part 2 of the fce writing exam is a good choice for you your story will be better and will get more marks if you include 1 three different tenses.
Cambridge english: first check out students' answers to flo-joe's fce writing tasks with a teacher's feedback. Here's a sample fce writing task: you have to write about pollution and the environment, and you have to include 3 points 2 of those points must be transport, and rivers and seas if you don't include transport you can't get full marks in the exam.
How do we tackle stories for the #fce exam this video includes a sample task , linking expressions and lots of tips this video includes a sample task , linking expressions and lots of tips category.
Please note the 'story' task only appears in 'fce for schools' the essay task changed in 2015 and the answers below are responses to the pre-2015 task, not the current question however, they can still be used as examples of student essays at fce level.
What should you write about that's up to you you might like to write a true story, something that happened to you or someone you know you might like to write a fantasy, like a ghost story you might like to write about something exciting, like a rescue that's the fun of story writing: the fact that you can choose any subject.