Verbs are an important part of any language, and in the B2 exam you will be expected to understand and be able to use a wide range of verbs to describe different actions.
“Offer” is a B1 level verb that has a couple of different meanings. Firstly it means to ask someone if…read more
“Tend” is a B2 level verb that candidates should be comfortable understanding and using in all parts of the B2…read more
“Socialize” is a B2 level verb that candidates know and be conformable using in their B2 First exam. It means…read more
“Restrict” is a C1 level verb that candidates can use in their B2 First exam. It means to limit something…read more
“Reduce” is a common verb that all candidates should easily be able to use and understand in the B2 First…read more
Recycle is a great verb to know when talking about environmental issues in your B2 First exam, and it is…read more
“Pollute” is a B2 level verb that is used to talk about the action of putting something into the environment…read more
At B2 level you should know and be able to use “limit” as a verb. It means to control something…read more
Invest is a B2 level verb that actually has a couple of different meanings. Firstly “invest” means to give money…read more
“Fine” is a B2 level verb that candidates should know before taking their B2 First exam. It means to charge…read more
“Expose” is a verb that is not that is not that common, but nevertheless candidates should know and be able…read more
“Encourage” is a B1 level verb meaning to give someone confidence or to make something more likely to happen.
“Educate” is a B2 level verb that candidates can use in the B2 First exam. It means to teach or…read more