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Mediation is the hot topic of EOI inglés exam-takers. After an hour searching the Net for some exam-ready examples for my students who are taking the exams in Andalusia, I have come up empty-handed!!
So, one of the two tasks asks you to respond to an infographic. At B2 level, you have to do this in 60 words. So, this is my attempt at trying to read the minds of the people who set the mediation task.
”Use the information provided in the infographic to write a text message to your friend advising them why they should, or should not go to Leeds University’‘ 60 words