Which of the four British Columbia test subjects did the most?
The test subjects are a group of students, aged 13 to 16, who took part in a test called the “Ielts speaking Test” at Cambridge University last month.
The Ielts are a spoken language spoken in the northern B.C. region and are developed by the Institute of Education (Ie), a nonprofit organization that supports higher education in the province.
A few hundred people attended the test, which was held at Cambridge’s Ie.
The students spoke to each other in English and English with a variety of different phrases, including the word “love.”
The four students were: a 13-year-old girl named Emily, a 16-year old boy named Liam, a 14-year, 12-year and 11-year olds named Josh and Katie.
Emily and Liam both had English as their first language, and the two students also spoke different dialects of English.
But Katie was the only one who scored a perfect score on the test.
She told The Globe and Mail the Ielt test has been a great experience for her and her classmates, and she credits the team for the way they took the time to answer questions.
“There was a lot of effort put into it,” Katie said.
“We were talking to eachother all the time and talking about it.
I didn’t get that from any of the other people in the test.”
Emily said she and her friends were encouraged to share their experiences and the test was one of the best experiences she’s had in her life.
“I don’t know if it’s just because I’m 13, but I’m really enjoying the challenge of trying to learn the language,” Emily said.
“It’s not like I can just sit down and listen to a list of questions.
I’m just trying to think about things that are really relevant to my life and how I’m going to be able to get through it.”
The Cambridge test also included students who had not been taught to speak the language.
“One of the main things that I really liked about the IELTS is that it’s not about memorizing a sentence,” Emily told The Guardian.
“It’s about learning the language in your head, so you can go back and read a book or watch a movie, and get to understand the language.”
Emily also had some advice for the other students.
“The main thing I would say is, if you have any interest in learning a language, I would recommend that you have a strong grounding in the language and then start learning the basic vocabulary,” she said.
As for the students who scored perfect on the Ie test, Emily hopes the feedback from the group of 15 people is helpful to her.
“They all had really positive experiences with the test,” she told The Huffington Post Canada.
“They all said that the test is really helpful to them and helped them with their learning process.”
As a teacher, it’s really important that I’m able to give feedback to the students and really listen to their concerns and what’s needed to be done in order to make sure that they’re getting the best possible results.
“There’s a lot more people interested in learning the languages than there are in English. “”
I feel that there’s a huge amount of interest in this test,” Emily added.
“There’s a lot more people interested in learning the languages than there are in English. “