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Modal verbs of deduction help you to talk about what might have happened, what could have happened or what must have happened.

You use them when you are talking about a situation where you don't know all the facts.
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Happy Friday everyone! What are you doing this weekend?
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11/30/2016 at 17:49. Facebook
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11/30/2016 at 10:42. Facebook
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11/29/2016 at 18:11. Facebook
Practise writing by hand.
Write lists, a diary, short stories, notes to yourself, anything, so that you get used to using pen and paper again. You will find it easier to write in the exam and your handwriting will be neater!
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11/29/2016 at 09:03. Facebook
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11/28/2016 at 16:49. Facebook
How much do you know about the Cambridge English: First writing test?
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11/28/2016 at 13:20. Facebook
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11/28/2016 at 11:52. Facebook
Three ideas to help you with your pronunciation today:

1. Watch a clip with subtitles. Read along and match your pronunciation to the voice of the actor.
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11/28/2016 at 10:02. Facebook
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11/27/2016 at 17:44. Facebook
What's it like being an adult? Dealing with a budget is one thing to think about. Try our free activity to find out more and practise your reading skills!

Being an adult

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11/27/2016 at 10:06. Facebook
How much did that set you back*?'
We can't talk about shopping without talking about money. Here is a great blogpost from Cambridge Dictionary full of information on phrasal verbs about money and how to use them.

*using 'set you back' in this way is a particularly British English phrase. It may not be understood in the US.

How much did that set you back? (Money phrasal verbs)

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11/26/2016 at 18:05. Facebook
Here is a question we often get asked about Cambridge English: First...

Do I have to pass each paper in order to pass the whole examination?

No. Your overall performance is calculated by averaging the scores you achieve in Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking and Use of English. The weighting of each of the four skills and Use of English is equal.
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11/26/2016 at 11:51. Facebook
Do you care about improving your vocabulary? Take five minutes to complete this activity all about the word ‘care’.

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11/26/2016 at 09:05. Facebook
'Regift' (verb) means to give as a present something that was given to you.

For example:
Don't throw away unwanted presents – regift them.

This blogpost from the Cambridge dictionary blog looks at regifting as a way of reducing waste.

Thank you for the regift!

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