Before starting with the exam examples, it is a good idea to review the basic and complex grammar structures that are assessed in the exam.
Grammar structures are the framework for the way we use language and it is always good to have a clear understanding of how it works. You should not focus so much on learning fixed grammar structures, but learn through examples and maybe fixed phrases to enhance your vocabulary and make it easier to recall, for exercises like these see HERE
You need to remember that in the use of language, and especially for speaking and listening skills, many English speakers and natives in particular do not respect grammar structures. You should think of grammar as a guide, but not an exact science. To see more on how to understand native speakers, click HERE
Take a look at our FREE RESOURCES in PDF format and try some of our vocabulary exercises HERE.
PRESENT TENSES HERE
CONNECTORS, CONNECTIVES AND COHESIVE DEVICES HERE
PRESENT PERFECT HERE
PAST TENSES HERE
FUTURE TENSES HERE
GERUND VERSUS INFINITIVE HERE
CAUSATIVE PASSIVE HERE
REPORTED SPEECH HERE
QUESTION TAGS HERE
AUXILIARY VERBS HERE
QUESTION WORDS HERE
RELATIVE CLAUSES HERE
MODAL VERBS HERE
Grammar is an essential part of language learning as it gives you the base and structure to be able to manipulate language and construct your own phrases. Take a look at the use of English posts for B2 (HERE) and C1 (HERE).