The B2 First and C1 Advanced exams from Cambridge Exam English are both similar with regards to their format. For part 2 of the exam you need to fill in the gaps in a text with just one word, Click HERE for an example. The gaps are all based on grammar structures, so you must therefore look at the different grammatical forms needed to pass these exams, for example HERE.


Study this list of frequent answers to make part 2 of the B2 First and C1 Advances exam easier:

Articles: a, an, the

Comparatives: than, as, so, more, less, the + superlative 

Determiners: so, such, not, no, this, that, these, those, even, if, unless, all, every, each, any, less, whose, when, my, your, his, her, its, our, their

Auxiliaries: should, may, can, could, might, will, would, is, are, was, were, have, has, had, do, does, did, must, ought to, 

Prepositions: on, at, in, out, up, down, for, with, into, around, about, like, through, over, under, before, after,

Adverbs: since, yet, still, already, just, for, never, ever

Relative pronouns: which, who, that, whose, when, where, why, whom, how, how often, how much, how many, how long, how far, how come

Pronouns: (object) me, you, him, her, us, them, (reflexive) myself, yourself, himself, herself, ourselves, themselves (possessive) mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs

Quantifiers: much, many, (a) little, (a) few, a lot (of), some, any, no, plenty (of), none, both, all, either, neither, each, every, (the) other(s), another, little, several, various, a great deal of, too, enough

Connectors: however, but, whereas, although, even though, though, while, and, in addition, besides, also, too, for example, for instance, like, such as, because, as, since, because of, due to, on account of, owing to, In conclusion, to sum up, in brief, therefore, to summarise, on balance, in summary, so, therefore, thus, hence, nevertheless, moreover, when, firstly, secondly, thirdly, lastly, finally



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