B2 First - Open Cloze Exercises

First Certificate in English (FCE)

The second part of the Use of English paper in the B2 First Examination is open cloze, in which you use one word to fill each space in a short text.

Example Question

6. I wish you wouldn't make ___________ so many stories. I never know when to believe you!

Open Cloze Exercise 19
Exercise Number: FCE123

Open Cloze Exercise 20
Exercise Number: FCE124

Open Cloze Exercise 21
Exercise Number: FCE125

Exam Tip!

Some words frequently go together in English. Students should familiarise themselves with common collocations, as these can often provide clues to the correct word. Understanding which verbs, adjectives, or nouns typically pair can guide them in filling the gaps more accurately. Keep a personal collocations vocabulary book, this will further help this process.

Open Cloze Exercise 22
Exercise Number: FCE126

Open Cloze Exercise 23
Exercise Number: FCE127

Open Cloze Exercise 24
Exercise Number: FCE128

English Learning Lounge - iOS and Android Apps

Our app for both Android and iOS to help you improve your English!

  • Full Grammar explanations.
  • Exercises to help with Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening, Reading and Pronunciation.
  • Exam Levels - First, Advanced, Proficiency, IELTS, TOEFL
  • Authentic English listening and reading materials.
  • Fun, imaginative quizzes and games.
  • Full statistics. Track your progress as your English improves!
  • Download today for FREE!

Open Cloze Exercise 25
Exercise Number: FCE129

Open Cloze Exercise 26
Exercise Number: FCE130

Open Cloze Exercise 27
Exercise Number: FCE131

Open Cloze Exercise 28
Exercise Number: FCE132

Exam Tip!

Read the sentence and predict what type of word is missing before trying to fill in the gap. Is it a verb, preposition, conjunction, or article? This method helps focus your thoughts and makes the task less difficult.

Open Cloze Exercise 29
Exercise Number: FCE133

Open Cloze Exercise 30
Exercise Number: FCE134

Open Cloze Exercise 31
Exercise Number: FCE135

Open Cloze Exercise 32
Exercise Number: FCE136

© 2001-2024 esl-lounge.com