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Cambridge English Qualifications

A2
Practice Flyers
Tests Plus Teacher’s Guide
Second Edition

Teaching
not just testing

Kathryn Alevizos
with Elaine Boyd

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Contents

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Teacher’s Notes

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A2 Flyers grammar and structures list ��������������������������������������������������������������������156

A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list �����������������������������������������������������������������������157

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Introduction
The Young Learners Practice Tests Plus series is aimed ■■ A2 Flyers Listening Exam
at students aged 7–12 years who are preparing for
the Cambridge English Qualifications for young Overview
learners. It consists of three levels: Pre A1 Starters, Parts What is the What does the
A1 Movers and A2 Flyers. (25 minutes) skills focus? child do?
The exams are suitable for students of all
1 (5 questions) Listening for Draws lines
nationalities whose first language is not English,
names and between names
whatever their cultural background. They cover
descriptions and people in
all four language skills – reading, writing, listening
a picture
and speaking and include a range of tasks which
assess candidates’ ability to use and communicate 2 (5 questions) Listening for Writes numbers
effectively in English. All candidates who complete spellings, or words in gaps
their exam receive an award, which focuses not on names
what they cannot do but on what they can do. The and other
award certificate has a shield score boundary which information
outlines individual attainment. The Young Learners 3 (5 questions) Listening Matches pictures
exams are aligned with the Common European for detailed with illustrated
Framework of References for Language, at levels A1 information items by writing
and A2. They also provide an appropriate first step a letter in a box
towards the main Cambridge English Qualifications 4 (5 questions) Listening Chooses between
for Schools (Key for Schools and Preliminary for for specific three options
Schools). information by putting a
■■ Components tick under the
correct box
The components of Young Learners Practice Tests Plus
are: 5 (5 questions) Listening Follows
• The Student’s Book, which contains five practice for specific instructions to
tests. Each test is divided into three sections: information colour items in a
Listening, Reading & Writing and Speaking. such as picture and write
Teachers may wish to use some of the tests as colours and
classroom practise activities before doing the words
others under exam conditions. Guidance
• The Teacher’s Guide, which contains an
Part 1
overview and teaching tips for each part of the
exam; reduced pages of the Student’s Book with • Students need to know the names they are likely
embedded answers in place; Teaching guidelines to encounter in the exam. These include the
for each test; a Speaking frame for each test giving names new to A2 Flyers (see page 160) but also
procedures and language to use in each speaking names from Pre A1 Starters and A1 Movers.
test; 14 photocopiable worksheets with Teacher’s • Encourage students to spend time looking at
Notes; Cambridge English Qualifications for young the picture before they listen to the dialogue.
learners grammar, structures and vocabulary In particular, encourage them to identify
lists. Test 1 of each level has suggested warm-up differences between people who look similar or
activities and worksheets. Teachers can choose who are doing similar things.
when to use these: with Test 1 only or throughout • Make sure students have read the names around
all five tests. the picture before they listen to the dialogue so
• The Digital Resources, which include the they know what names to expect. Remind them
recording for the Listening tests, the audioscripts, there is one name they do not need.
a video of Speaking test 1 and video transcripts. • Remind students of the importance of drawing
The video of the Speaking test in the digital clear lines between the names and the people in
resources, together with the Speaking frame the picture.
in the Teacher’s Guide, are designed to give
teachers a detailed example of how to go about
providing students with realistic practice for the
Speaking exam.

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Introduction
Part 2 Teaching Tips
• Encourage students to predict what kind of • Make sure students know what is expected of
information is missing before they listen to the them in each part. Read the instructions and
dialogue. For example, whether it is a day of the listen to the example. Pause the recording to
week or a time that they need to listen out for. check students understand.
• Make sure students are aware of the fact that • Always play the recording twice. If necessary
there is likely to be a name spelt out in this with the first two or three tests, play the
part and sometimes also a telephone number. recording a third time.
As a result, students need to be confident in
• When checking answers, make use of the
recognising digits and letters of the alphabet.
audioscript. Give students a copy of it and then
Some misspellings will be allowed for words
play the recording again. Students listen and
that are not spelt out on the recording.
read to check their answers.
Part 3
• Remind students that there are eight pictures ■■ A2 Flyers Reading & Writing Exam
and so there are two that are not needed. Overview
• Encourage students to look at the pictures before
listening to the dialogue and think about how the Parts What is the What does
pictures would be described in English so they (40 minutes) skills focus? the child do?
can anticipate which words they are likely to 1 (10 questions) Reading and Matches words
hear. understanding to the correct
Part 4 definitions and definitions
• Encourage students to spend time looking at copying words
the three pictures for each question before they 2 (5 questions) Reading and Chooses the
listen to the dialogues. In particular, get students understanding correct answer
to think about the differences between the a short dialogue for each gap
pictures. and writing and writes the
• Make sure students listen to the whole of each letters appropriate
dialogue before choosing A, B or C. The answer letter A–H
may come at any point in each of the dialogues 3 (6 questions) Reading for Chooses the
and students should be reminded not simply to detail and gist correct word
tick the first option they hear. and copying for each gap
• Remind students to make their ticks very clear. words in the text and
selects the
• Remind students to use the second time they
best title for
hear the recording to check their answers.
the story
Part 5
4 (10 questions) Reading and Selects the
• Encourage students to spend time looking at understanding correct word
the picture before they listen to the dialogue. In a factual text for each gap
particular, encourage them to identify people or and copying in the text
objects that are similar as these may be targeted. words to fill
For example, if there are two boys in the picture, the gaps
what makes them different from each other?
Does one wear glasses or is one boy taller than 5 (7 questions) Reading and Completes
the other? By doing this, students can predict understanding sentences
what they may hear in the recording. a story and about the
completing story using 1,
• Remind students of the importance of writing
sentences 2, 3 or 4 words
clearly.
about it

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6 (5 questions) Reading and Provides an Part 5


understanding appropriate • Remind students to copy words from the text
a short text word for each correctly.
such as a gap in the text • Encourage students to underline the parts of
postcard or an the text that relate to the sentence they need to
extract from complete.
a diary Part 6
7 (writing a Looking at and Writes a short • Encourage students to think about what kind of
story) understanding story based on word is missing and to look at the text before and
three three pictures after the gap. The focus of the task is lexical and
pictures and grammatical.
constructing a
• Remind students also to think about the tense if
narrative
the missing word is a verb.
Guidance Part 7
Part 1 • Encourage students to look at all three pictures
• Encourage students to read all the definitions first and observe what is happening in each.
before choosing the answers. Remind them that • Encourage students to think about how to
there are five words they will not need. express the events and put them in the correct
• Remind students that they will lose marks if they order.
do not copy the words correctly. For example, if Teaching Tips
they spell the word incorrectly, leave out articles,
or add unnecessary articles. • Make sure students know what is expected of
them in each part. Read the instructions and the
Part 2
example and check students understand.
• Encourage students to read all the possible
• Marks are often lost because letters and / or
responses before making their choice. At first it
words are not written clearly. Students should
may appear that more than one response fits a
check that their handwriting is clear and they
gap in the dialogue and so students need to read
should be given plenty of handwriting practice.
the different options carefully.
• Tell students to write only as much as is needed
• Remind students that there are two responses
in each gap. Marks can be lost when students
they do not need.
attempt to write more than is necessary, as it
• Encourage students to check their answers by often leads to more mistakes being made.
reading the whole dialogue to see if it makes
• Teach your young students to manage their time
sense.
well. Set time limits in class so that they can
Part 3 experience the limited time of the exam. This will
• Encourage students to read the whole text before help students concentrate and be less distracted
choosing the answers so that they get a general by other things.
idea of what the story is about. • Make sure students are familiar with the
• Remind students to look at the words that come structures and vocabulary in the Pre A1 Starters,
before and after the gap to help them decide A1 Movers and A2 Flyers syllabus (For the A2
which word is correct. Flyers syllabus see pages 156–160).
• Encourage students to think about what part of
speech the missing word is, i.e. a noun, a verb, an
adverb or an adjective.
Part 4
• Encourage students to read through the text first.
• Encourage students to think about what kind of
word is missing and to look at the words before
and after the gap to get clues as to which word
fits. The focus of this task is grammatical.

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Introduction
■■ A2 Flyers Speaking Exam Part 3
• Remind students that the examiner will ask
Overview them to look at all five pictures before they start
Parts What is the What does the the task and that it’s a good idea for students
(7-9 minutes) skills focus? child do? to try and get a general idea of the story before
they start. However it is also worth reassuring
1 Understanding Identifies the
students that if they cannot see how the pictures
sentences six differences
link together, they can simply describe what they
about pictures between his /
can see in each picture.
and making her picture and
statements the examiner’s • Encourage students to think about the grammar
describing the picture they will need to use to tell the story. For
differences example, to use present perfect for things that
between pictures have already happened in the story (they have
forgotten their camera) or present continuous for
2 Understanding Asks and things that are happening in the picture (they are
and responding answers having a picnic).
to questions questions
and asking about two Part 4
questions to gain people, • Encourage students to listen carefully to the
information situations or examiner’s questions but remind them that they
objects can ask the examiner if they don’t understand.
3 Understanding Describes • Give students practice answering questions
the introduction pictures in about themselves, their families and friends,
of a story and order to tell their homes, their school, their free-time
then telling the a story activities and their likes and dislikes.
rest of the story • Only simple answers of between one to four
4 Understanding Answers words are expected, though encourage them to
and answering personal use full sentences if they can.
personal questions • Questions will normally be in the present tense
questions but candidates should be prepared to talk
about what they did in the recent past (e.g. last
Guidance weekend).
Part 1
Teaching Tips
• Remind students to listen carefully to what
the examiner says and to try and use the same • Make sure students know what is expected of
language in giving their response. For example: them in each part. They should know that they
are required to follow instructions and to talk in
Examiner – In my picture, there is a red book under
a very simple way about different pictures and to
the table.
answer simple questions about themselves.
Candidate – In my picture, there is a blue book under
• Use English in class as much as possible.
the table.
Students should be familiar with everyday
• Encourage students to respond in complete classroom instructions. Teach them how to say
sentences. Sorry or I don’t understand when appropriate.
Part 2 • Get students to do each speaking task in pairs
• Remind students that the examiner will ask the before asking them to do it in front of the class.
questions first and to listen to these carefully • Give students plenty of practice doing each type
as they will need to ask the examiner the same of task.
questions. Also give them plenty of practice in
• Make sure students are familiar with the
forming questions from prompts.
structures and vocabulary in the Pre A1 Starters,
• Students need only give short answers. A1 Movers and A2 Flyers syllabus (For the A2
Flyers syllabus see pages 156–160).

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Test 1 Listening
Test 1 Part 1
5 questions
Listening Part 1 Listen and draw lines. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and Richard Helen Harry Sarah


draw lines to match names to
people in a picture.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise the names that
appear in the A2 Flyers exam.
Materials: Sheets of paper or
notebooks
Procedure
1 Write the names that may
appear in the A2 Flyers exam
on the board (see vocabulary
list, TG page 157–160).
2 Drill the names and ask
students to repeat.
3 Read out eight of the names
in a random order and ask
students to write them down.
Check answers by getting
individual students to say a
name each in order.
4 Put students in pairs. They
take turns choosing four
names and spelling these to
their partner. Paul Katy Robert
5 Remember also to revise the 4 Test 1, Listening Part 1
names from Pre A1 Starters
and A1 Movers.

Activity 2
Aim: To practise vocabulary for 4 Check answers. Extension
descriptions. 5 Ask students to draw pictures Get students to bring in
Materials: TG p142 Worksheet 1 of two different people and magazine pictures of people
write sentences about them doing different things. In a
Procedure
using the vocabulary from the small group, you could stick
1 Put students into pairs. word cards. the pictures up around the
2 Give each pair the word cards classroom and get students to
from the worksheet. Answer Key
go and stand next to the person
3 Write the following headings Clothes: belt, shorts, pocket, you describe. Students could
on the board: 1 clothes, scarf, sweater, coat, glasses then take it in turns to describe
2 physical appearance, 3 actions. Physical appearance: hair, a picture to other students. In
Students group the cards into blonde, beard, curly, a larger group, where this may
the categories, e.g. coat and moustache, straight, not be practical, students could
glasses will go into group one, thin, fat, striped work in pairs with a selection
curly and straight into group Actions: sitting, lying, smiling, of pictures on their desk. Each
two, and smiling and running laughing, standing, playing, student describes a person for
into group three. running, throwing their partner to pick out from
the selection of pictures.

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Listening

■■ Do the test Fch Oh, that’s Robert. He’s very


Materials: SB page 4, Audio 1.1 good at drawing animals.
1 Ask students to turn to SB M Look at the other table.
page 4. Look at the picture They’re painting pictures
together and get students to of faces.
read the names written at the Fch Yes, they’re painting
top and bottom of the picture. people in the class.
2 Play the recording and pause it M Who’s the girl with
after the example. Go through long brown hair? Look,
the example with the class, she’s sitting next to the
making sure they understand bookcase.
what they need to do. Fch That’s Katy. She won the
3 Play the rest of the recording. school art competition last
Students draw a line from year – she loves art.
the names to the appropriate Can you see my friend
people in the picture. Helen? She’s talking to
4 Let students listen to the my teacher.
recording again. Check M No. Where is she?
answers. Fch She’s there, near the door.
Audioscript 1.1 M Oh. Is she wearing glasses?
Fch No, she’s the one with
R = Rubric
curly hair.
Fch = Female child
M Where’s your friend, Sarah,
M = Male adult then?
R Listen and look. There is Fch Oh, she’s getting some
one example. more paper from the
teacher’s desk.
Fch Dad! Come and look at my
photos. M Is that her with the pink
skirt?
M OK. Oh, is this a photo of
your new Art club? Fch No, she’s standing next
to that girl. She’s wearing
Fch Yes, look – there’s Richard!
green trousers. They’re
M Where? going to do some drawing,
Fch There! He’s standing next I think.
to the window – he’s the M Who’s the boy over there?
boy with the red T-shirt. Look, he’s looking for
M Oh, yes. He’s holding a something under the table.
bottle of blue paint. Fch Oh, that’s Harry.
R Can you see the line? This M What’s he looking for?
is an example.
Fch I think he dropped his
Now you listen and draw pencil.
lines.
R Now listen to Part One
M Who’s the boy who’s again.
sitting at the table next to
Richard? Answer Key ➤ SB page 4
Fch There are two boys who’re
sitting at that table. Which
one do you mean?
M The one with blond hair.
He’s drawing a cat, I think.

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Listening

Test 1 Part 2
5 questions

Listening Part 2 Listen and write. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and


write words or numbers in gaps.

■■ Warm-up
d
Activity 1
Aim: To practise the alphabet
nd and spelling.
Materials: TG p142 Worksheet 1
Procedure GUITAR LESSONS
nd
1 For this part of the Listening
Exam, students need to be Name of music school: The Stage Music School
d confident about the names
of the letters of the alphabet.
Choose words from the A2 1 Where: next to library
d Flyers vocabulary list on
Pages 157–162. Play hangman 2 Address: 102 London Street
with one of the words, with
different students guessing
letters. Then get confident 3 Day of lesson: Saturday
students to come to the front
and choose the word. 4 Name of teacher: Mr Bagley
2 Give out a copy of the worksheet
to each pair of students. 5 Teacher’s telephone number: 314479
3 Students each choose five
words from the word cards
and take turns spelling these
to their partner. They then
compare and check their
Test 1, Listening Part 2 5
spellings.

Activity 2
Aim: To practise listening
for and writing information ■■ Do the test Audioscript 1.2
(i.e. names and numbers).
Materials: SB page 5, Audio 1.2
Materials: TG p143 Worksheet 2 R = Rubric
1 Ask students to turn to SB
Procedure F = Female adult
page 5. Look at the form
1 Put students into pairs. together and get students M = Male adult
2 Give student A a copy of Card to think about what kind of
R Listen and look. There is
A from the worksheet, and information is missing.
one example.
student B a copy of Card B. 2 Play the recording and pause it
F Oh hello, George. Can I ask
3 They take it in turns to ask after the example. Go through
you some questions?
each other questions so they the example with the class,
making sure they understand M Yes, of course, Holly. What
can fill in their form, e.g. What
what they need to do. about?
time is the tennis lesson? Go
round helping where necessary. 3 Play the rest of the recording. F The guitar lessons which
Students listen and fill in the your son has. My daughter
4 Students then compare
missing words on the form. would like to learn the
the completed information
guitar.
exchange forms to check 4 Let students listen to the
their answers. recording again. Check answers.

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Listening

M Really? Oh, my son really F Right. Do you have the


enjoys his guitar lessons. teacher’s phone number?
What do you want to M Yes, I think so. Let me see.
know? Oh yes. Here it is. It’s three
F Which music school does one double four seven
he go to? nine.
M It’s called The Stage Music F Thank you very much.
School. M That’s OK. I hope your
F Right. I think I’ve heard of daughter enjoys her guitar
that. Let me write it down. lessons!
M OK. R Now listen to Part Two
R Can you see the answer? again.
Now you listen and write.
Answer Key ➤ SB page 5
F Right. And where is it? Is it
far from here?
M No, not really. It’s next to
the library in the town
centre.
F Oh. OK.
I’m not sure where that is.
What’s the address again?
M It’s 102 London Street.
F Right. Is that opposite the
bank?
M No, that’s number 101.
F What day are the guitar
lessons?
M Well, the guitar teacher
only works on Saturdays
but the music school is
open from Tuesday to
Sunday.
F Oh. That’s OK. I think the
weekend is better than in
the week after school.
M Yes, I agree. The children
aren’t as tired at the
weekend.
F And now what’s the name
of the guitar teacher?
M He’s called Mr Bagley.
That’s spelt B-A-G-L-E-Y.
He’s a very nice man.
F Excellent! I’ll phone the
school this evening.
M Oh, you have to phone
the guitar teacher, not the
music school.

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Test 1

Test 1 Part 3
5 questions

Listening Part 3 What birthday present did Sarah get from each person?
Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.
In this part, students listen
and match pictures to words or
names by writing a letter in the
box. David C
■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise identifying Michael G
vocabulary from pictures.
Materials: TG p144 Worksheet 3
Procedure
1 Put students into pairs. Uncle Frank E
2 Give each pair a copy of the
worksheet. Get students to take
turns naming each of the items.
3 Ask them to cut out the cards.
Aunt Sue A
Read out a list of the items in
a random order and students
put the pictures in the order
they hear them. Check Jane H
answers by asking students to
say the words in turn.
4 With the same set of pictures,
get students to turn the Anna D
pictures face down on their
desk. In pairs, each student
picks up a picture, and
without showing their partner, 6 Test 1, Listening Part 3
describes the picture for their
partner to guess the word, e.g.
You can take it on holiday. It’s
often silver or black. (a camera)
the relevant picture card and It was Emma’s birthday last
Activity 2 place it next to the correct week. I gave her a new T-shirt.
Aim: To practise matching name, e.g. sports bag next to It’s got spots on it.
pictures to names. Robert. Ask the rest of the class My friend David can’t find his
Materials: TG p144 Worksheet 3 if they agree. pencil case. He thinks that he lost
Procedure 4 Repeat with the following it at school.
sentences and different
1 Write the following names on
students. ■■ Do the test
the board: Betty, David, Emma, Materials: SB pages 6 & 7, Audio 1.3
Robert, Sarah, Michael. Sarah likes sweets but she doesn’t
eat them every day. Her favourite 1 Ask students to turn to SB
2 Place a set of the picture cards pages 6 & 7. Look at the list of
kind of sweets is chocolate.
from Worksheet 3 on a table at words or names and the set
the front of the class. Betty has got a new pair of socks.
They are pink and blue with of pictures with the class.
3 Say Robert likes playing football. 2 Play the recording and pause it
monkeys on them.
He practises every day. He always after the example. Go through
takes his sports bag with him Michael goes to music lessons on
Saturday. He’s learning to play the example with the class,
when he goes. Ask a student to making sure they understand
come to the front and pick up the guitar but not the piano.
what they need to do.

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Listening

Listening

Fch Well. Aunt Sue got me


some nice paints from
that new supermarket in
town. I could do a picture
A B for her ... perhaps one of
a rainbow. You know she
loves my pictures. I’ll do
one tomorrow.
F Did someone give you a
DVD as well?
Fch No, but I got a book from
my friend Jane. It’s got
C D some great photos of
elephants in it. I’m going to
use it for my school project
on wild animals. It will be
very useful.
F Great! ... I like this present.
Fch Yes, it was from Uncle
Frank. They’re funny socks
E F
– with monkeys on them! I
don’t know where he buys
his presents - they’re always
very different! I think I’m
going to wear them to
school tomorrow. They will
make everyone laugh!
F Yes! This present is very
nice, too.
G H
Fch Yes, I love the pencil
Test 1, Listening Part 3 7 case. Anna gave it to me.
It’s the same colour as
my backpack. Look, I’ve
already put all my pens
and pencils in it.
3 Play the rest of the recording. F Did you enjoy your
Students listen and match the birthday, Sarah? F Oh, yes. And what did
illustrated names with the you get from your other
Fch Yes mum, it was great. I friends?
pictures, A to H. loved my party – I think
4 Let students listen to the everyone had a good time. Fch Michael gave me this
recording again. Check I got some lovely presents lovely big sports bag. It’s
answers. this year. Look, do you big enough to put my
like this? Cousin David basketball in. I can put my
Audioscript 1.3 bought it for me. It’s a horrible old bag in the bin!
lovely T-shirt. It will look I’ll take it to basketball
R = Rubric today. I love all my
good with my white jeans.
F = Female adult I think I’ll wear it to my presents – I’ve had a great
Fch = Female child friend’s party next week. birthday mum!
R Can you see the letter ‘C’? R Now listen to Part Three
R Listen and look. There is again.
one example. Now you listen and write
a letter in each box.
What birthday present Answer Key ➤ SB page 6
did Sarah get from each F What else did you get?
person?
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Test 1

Test 1 Part 4
5 questions
Listening Part 4 Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and What is William reading about?


tick the correct picture.

■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To raise awareness of
the use of distracters (wrong
answers) in listening texts.
A B ✓ C
Materials: TG p145 Worksheet 4
Procedure 1 What will William drink with his breakfast?
1 Give out copies of the worksheet
without cutting out the pictures.
Ask students to look at the
pictures in row 1.
2 Read out the first part of the
mini-dialogue and get students to
choose the correct option (orange
juice). Elicit from students why
the other two options were wrong A ✓ B C
(Harry doesn’t like milk and Mrs
2 Where is William’s History book?
Brown doesn’t have any lemonade).
Reread the mini-dialogue if
necessary.
3 Read the other mini-dialogues.
Students work together to choose
the correct option and explain
why the other two are not correct.
Check answers.

Mini-dialogue scripts A ✓ B C
1 What does Harry drink? 8 Test 1, Listening Part 4
Would you like some milk Harry?
I don’t like milk, Mrs Brown.
Could I have some lemonade
please? I’m sorry, we haven’t got
any. Shall I get you some orange 4 Who is Tom’s teacher?
Answer Key
juice? OK, thanks. Is that woman with dark hair your
1 orange juice 2 10:00
2 When do they need to leave? Maths teacher, Tom? 3 on the stairs 4 long hair / glasses
It’s 9:45 Anna, we’re going to be That’s my geography teacher. My 5 spotted dress
late for your tennis lesson! maths teacher has got long blonde
hair.
It’s OK dad, it begins at quarter Activity 2
past ten today. Oh, yes I can see her. She’s wearing
Oh, all right but we still need to
glasses, too. Aim: To practise grouping sets of
leave at ten o’clock so go and get That’s right. vocabulary.
ready. 5 What is Jane going to wear? Materials: TG p145 Worksheet 4
OK, dad. Are you going to wear your red Procedure
3 Where is the bag? and purple dress to the party,
1 Put students into pairs.
Jane?
Did I leave my bag on the kitchen 2 Give each pair a set of cut-up
table mum? That’s too small for me now.
picture cards from the worksheet.
It’s not there now. Is it on the Is it?
Yes, I’ve got a new green spotted one 3 Students work together to sort
sofa?
and mum’s going to wear her new the picture cards into lexical sets
I’ve looked there. Oh there it is, on of three. Check answers. In their
the stairs. I’ve got it mum! striped one.
pairs, they take turns naming
OK, Ben. the objects or actions depicted in
each card.
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Listening

3 What homework did William have? Listening

Mch No, this is a different magazine


mum, it’s about big spiders! It’s
really interesting!
R Can you see the tick? Now
you listen and tick the box.
One. What will William
A B C ✓ drink with his breakfast?
F Well, you can finish it later.
4 Which shorts will William take to football practice? Now, do you want a glass of
milk with your breakfast?
Mch Can I have some apple juice?
F We’ve only got orange juice.
OK?
Mch OK.
R Two. Where is William’s
History book?
F Have you put your History
A B ✓ C book in your bag?
Mch I don’t know where it is. I
5 What time will William see the dentist? couldn’t find it on my desk.
12
F It’s on the stairs. You left it
12 12
10
11 1
2 10
11 1
2 10
11 1
2 there last night.
9
8 4
3 9
8 4
3 9
8 4
3
Mch Oh, thanks.
7
6
5 7
6
5 7
6
5
R Three. What homework did
William have?
F Did you finish your Maths and
Science homework?
Mch It was English and Geography
A B C ✓ homework mum. And yes, it’s
in my bag.
F OK, good.
Mch The homework was quite easy
this week.
R Four. Which shorts will
William take to football
practice?
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F Is that your sports bag?
Mch Yes. I’ve got football practice
after school today.
F Oh, William. Why didn’t you
4 Ask them to write a description and tick the correct box, A, B or C. tell me? Your blue football
of each card to test spelling. Go shorts are dirty.
4 Let students listen to the Mch It’s OK. I can take my yellow
round checking their answers. recording again. Check answers. shorts.
■■ Do the test Audioscript 1.4 F They’re dirty too. Here, take
Materials: SB pages 8 & 9, Audio these striped ones.
1.4 R = Rubric R Five. What time will William
see the dentist?
1 Ask students to turn to SB pages F = Female adult F Now remember we need to
8 & 9. Look at the five questions go to the dentist after school
together and get students to think
Mch = Male child
today. We need to be there
about what differences they can R Listen and look. There is one at 4:30 p.m. What time does
see in each set of pictures. example. football practice finish?
2 Play the recording and pause it What is William reading Mch At 4 o’clock.
after the example. Go through the about? F OK. I’ll pick you up from school
example with the class, making F William, come and have some at 4:15. Don’t be late!
sure they understand what they breakfast! Mch OK, mum.
need to do. Mch But I want to finish reading R Now listen to Part Four again.
3 Play the rest of the recording. As my magazine …
students listen to the questions, F You’re always reading about Answer Key ➤ SB pages 8 & 9
they look at each set of pictures dinosaurs and monsters!

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Test 1

Test 1 Part 5
5 questions

Listening Part 5 Listen and colour and write. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and


colour and write on a picture.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise a colour
dictation.
Materials: Sheets of paper
or students’ own notebooks,
coloured pencils
Procedure
1 Revise the colours that can
be used in the exam using
coloured pencils.
2 Draw a simple picture on the
board and ask students to
copy it onto a sheet of paper
or into their notebooks,
e.g. a classroom with a table,
a board, a map on wall, a
window with a big and a small
bird on the window sill, two ball
desks, a girl at one with long
straight hair, a girl at another
with short curly hair, a bin
with a pen next to it, a pen on
the table.
3 Give them instructions for
10 Test 1, Listening Part 5
colouring the picture: Colour
the big bird green, Colour the
map next to board blue, Colour
the girl’s short curly hair brown,
Colour the pen next to the bin red, 2 Give each student a copy of 4 When they have finished,
Colour the desk on the left orange. either Picture A or Picture B they compare their pictures to
4 Students then compare on the worksheet. Student A check that they look the same.
drawings with a partner. colours three things in picture
Check answers by asking A and then writes something. ■■ Do the test
individual students to say an Student B does the same Materials: SB page 10, Audio 1.5,
object and a colour, e.g. a big for picture B. Give them five coloured pencils
green bird. minutes to do this. 1 Ask students to turn to SB
3 They now take turns to give page 10. Look at the picture
Activity 2 with the class and ask them
their partner instructions
Aim: To practise giving and of what to colour and write. to name items and actions in
following instructions for It is important that they do the picture. Explain that they
colouring and writing. not show their partners their will listen to instructions in
Materials: TG p146 Worksheet 5 pictures so this activity is best the form of a conversation
(top two-thirds ) done with students sitting between an adult and a child.
Procedure back to back. 2 Play the recording and pause
it after the example. Go
1 Put students into pairs.
through the example with

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Listening

the class. Make sure students Fch Shall I colour that girl’s M Yes. It looks good,
understand that they will T-shirt green? doesn’t it?
need to colour three things M OK. R Now listen to Part Five
in the picture and write one again.
R Two
word.
M That’s very good but
3 Play the rest of the recording. Answer Key ➤ SB page 10
now I’d like you to write
Students listen and follow the
something.
instructions.
Fch OK. What shall I write?
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check M Well, can you see the
answers. gate at the bottom of the
picture?
Audioscript 1.5 Fch Yes, I can!
R = Rubric M Well, can you write the
M = Male adult word ‘ball’ above the word
‘games’? Can you see the
Fch = Female child space?
R Listen and look at the Fch Yes. There! That’s it.
picture. R Three
There is one example. M OK. Can you see the cakes
M Hello, Emma. Would you on the picnic blanket?
like to colour this picture? Fch Yes, there are three cakes
Fch Yes please! The people on a plate.
are having a picnic, aren’t M OK. Now, can you colour
they? them yellow?
M Yes. What would you like Fch Fine. I’m doing that now.
to colour first? R Four
Fch Umm. The woman’s hair, I Fch Shall I draw something?
think.
M No, more colouring now.
M There are two women There’s a boy who’s
but one is wearing a skirt. standing next to a tree.
Colour her hair. Can you see him?
Fch OK. I’ll colour it brown. Fch Yes.
R Can you see the woman’s M Well, he’s flying a kite. Can
brown hair? This is an you colour that?
example. Now you listen
Fch Yes. Shall I do it orange?
and colour and write.
M No, do it red.
One
R Five
Fch What shall I colour now?
M Last thing now. There are
M Let’s see. Can you see the
two babies on the picnic
girls who’re sitting on the
blanket.
grass?
Fch Yes. Shall I colour the
Fch Yes, I can. There are three
blanket?
little girls who’re playing
with dolls. M No, one of the babies is
wearing a spotted hat.
M Well, look at the girl on
Colour it blue.
the right. She’s wearing
glasses. Fch OK. Is that all?

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Test 1 Reading & Writing
Reading & Writing
Part 1 Reading & Writing
10 questions
Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. Procedure
There is one example. 1 Put students into pairs.
2 Give each pair a copy of the
a dentist butter a bridge chocolate
word cards from Worksheet 7.
You go to this place if you want 3 They put these in a pile face
to travel somewhere by plane. an airport
___________ down. Each student takes it
1 This is brown and sweet. Most in turn to pick up a word card
children like eating this. chocolate
___________ and describe it for their partner
jam an ambulance to guess, e.g. You go in this if
2 This is yellow and we put it on bread.
We use it when we make cakes. butter
___________ you are ill. It takes you to hospital.
(an ambulance). If they guess
3 Grown ups and children can ride
this. It’s got two wheels. a bike
___________ correctly, they keep the card,
If they are incorrect the card
4 This person brings you food, goes to the bottom of the pile.
a waiter a castle
usually in a restaurant or café. a waiter
___________
The winner is the student with
5 People go to this place if they the most cards at the end.
want to catch a bus or train. a station
___________
4 You can repeat this activity in
6 This is white and we use it when future lessons using the picture
we make cakes and sweets. sugar
___________ cards from Worksheet 3.
a station traffic
7 You should see this person if you
have bad toothache. a dentist
___________ Extension
8 You travel in this if you need to Create a class vocabulary box:
get to hospital quickly. an ambulance
___________ use a cardboard box and put the
word cards in it. Then at the end
a bike 9 This is something small we can eat sugar
if we are hungry between meals. a snack
___________
of lessons, write any new lexis
on small pieces of card and put
10 This is someone who goes into them in the box. These words
space, usually in a rocket. an astronaut
___________ can then be used at the start
or end of lessons for revision.
an astronaut an airport a snack Students can pick words from
Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 1 11
the box and either describe the
word or draw the word, or even
mime the word for the rest of
the class to guess.

■■ Do the test
Reading & Writing 3 They work together to match
the picture and word cards. Materials: SB page 11
Part 1 4 When they have finished, 1 Ask students to turn to
check answers. SB page 11. Look at the 15
In this part, students write
5 They then put the word cards individual words and get
the correct words next to the
to one side and turn the students to think about what
definitions.
picture cards face up on the they mean.
■■ Warm-up table. Give descriptions and 2 Ask students to read through
ask students to hold up the the ten definitions. Look at the
Activity 1 example together.
correct picture card, e.g. You
Aim: To practise vocabulary. put a letter in this and then you 3 Ask students to match the
Materials: TG p147 & 148 put a stamp on it. (envelope) definitions with the correct
Worksheets 6 & 7 words. Remind students to
Activity 2 copy the words carefully.
Procedure
Aim: To practise matching words 4 Check answers.
1 Put students into pairs.
to definitions.
2 Give each pair a copy of the
Materials: TG p148 Worksheet 7 Answer Key ➤ SB page 11
worksheets and ask them to
cut out the cards.
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Test 1

Test 1 Part 2
5 questions
Reading & Writing Ben is talking to his friend, Sam. What does Sam say?

Part 2 Read the conversation and choose the best answer.


Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.
In this part, students read a You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.
dialogue and select the correct
Example
response.

■■ Warm-up Ben: Where are you going this weekend?

Activity 1 Sam: E
Aim: To practise using set
formulaic expressions. Questions
Materials: SB pages 12 & 13
1 Ben: Where at?
Procedure
1 Put students into pairs. Sam: C
2 Write the following
2 Ben: Who are you going with?
statements / questions (1–6)
on the board:
Sam: F
1 Is that William’s book?
2 What’s your house like? 3 Ben: Great. Have you been camping before?
3 How long does it take to walk
Sam: A
to school?
4 See you later, Vicky! 4 Ben: I hope it doesn’t rain.
5 I love chocolate cake!
Sam: D
6 Have a good holiday!
3 Students work together to 5 Ben: Have a good time.
predict a response for each
statement or question. Do the Sam: H
first one as an example with
12 Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 2
the group.
4 After the pairs have made
their predictions, write the
following responses (A–F) on
the board and ask students to Activity 2 pair goes to the teacher to
match them to 1–6 above. collect the second dialogue.
Aim: To practise identifying the
5 Check their answers. This will avoid students
correct sequence of a dialogue.
mixing up the different
A Me too! Materials: TG p149 Worksheet 8 dialogues.
B Thanks, you too. Procedure 4 At the end of the activity, each
C Yes, it is. 1 Cut up the three mini- pair should have the three
D It’s big and old. dialogues on Worksheet 8. dialogues laid out in front
E See you later! 2 Put students into pairs and of them on their table. This
give each pair the first cut-up activity works well as a race,
F About half an hour.
dialogue and keep the other with the winning students
dialogues on your desk. being the pair who completes
Answer Key
all three dialogues correctly
1 C  2 D  3 F  4 E  5 A  6 B 3 Each pair must order the
first. Check answers by asking
dialogue. When they think
different pairs to read out
they have put it in the correct
their dialogues.
order, one student from the

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

A No never. I’m really excited.

B No. I’m not happy.

C In the forest near here.

D Me too! My dad says it will be


sunny this weekend.

E We’re going camping. (Example)

F With my dad and my brother.

G Will you go in the sea?

H Thanks a lot.

Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 2 13

■■ Do the test students that there are two


Materials: SB pages 12 & 13 extra lines of dialogue that are
not needed. Encourage them
1 Ask students to turn to SB
to read through the dialogue,
pages 14 & 15. Look at the
quietly to themselves, to check
gapped dialogue together and
that it makes sense.
get students to think about
what could go in the gaps. 4 Check answers.
2 Ask students to read the Answer Key ➤ SB page 12
missing lines of the dialogue,
options A–H.
3 Ask students to choose the
appropriate line of dialogue
from the options given and
to write the correct letter in
the space provided. Remind

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Test 1

Test 1 Part 3
6 questions

Reading & Writing Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next
to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Part 3
In this part, students choose and
copy missing words from a story
and then choose the best title.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise identifying Example
different types of words. cake early caught saw name
Materials: TG p150 Worksheet 9
(top part) called surprised address week interesting
Procedure
1 Write these three headings
Last Saturday I went shopping with my mum and my sister. We were very tired after the
on the board: Verbs, Nouns,
Adjectives. Get students to shopping, so mum took us to a café for a drink and a piece of cake .
suggest words to write under
each heading and then write Just before we left the café, I (1) saw a handbag on the floor
them on the board in the
under my chair. I showed it to my mum. She said, “You should give it to the man
correct category.
2 Put students into pairs and who works in the café.” So, I went to the waiter and gave him the handbag.
give out the word cards from name
He took it and asked for my (2) and telephone number.
the top part of Worksheet 9.
3 Ask students to sort the words A (3) week later the telephone rang. My mum called to me,
into the three categories.
Check answers. “Daisy, there’s a woman on the phone for you. Her name’s Mrs White.” I was
Extension (4) surprised because I didn’t know anyone called Mrs White.
Store the word cards in your 14 Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 3
vocabulary box.

Activity 2
Aim: To practise filling in gaps in
a text. develop better techniques for Extension
Materials: TG p150 Worksheet 9 completing this kind of task. Give students more practice in
(bottom part) 2 Ask them to predict words this kind of task by photocopying
Procedure that could go in the gaps. short stories or articles from
Write their suggestions on course books, graded readers
1 Give out the worksheet. Ask
the board. and English language teaching
students to read the text
3 They now work in pairs, look newspapers and blanking out
(bottom part of worksheet) and
at the word cards from the words.
decide which part of speech is
worksheet and decide which
needed in each gap and elicit
one should go in which gap.
■■ Do the test
the reasons for this. For Materials: SB pages 14 & 15
example, a verb is needed in 4 Check answers.
the sentence, ‘I ______ a scarf out 1 Ask students to turn to SB
Answer Key pages 14 & 15. Look at the
of my rucksack’. We know this
because of the pronoun before 1 pulled 2 chopsticks picture together and get
the gap and the noun after the 3 excellent 4 tights 5 brushing students to think about the
gap. This should help students 6 broke 7 friendly 8 insects topic of the story.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

I took the phone and spoke to the woman. The handbag I found in the café was

Mrs White’s! She was very pleased to have her handbag back and asked for my

(5) address . Two days later I got a thank you letter from

Mrs White with some money!

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box

Mrs White’s handbag ✓


The best café

My terrible day

Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 3 15

2 Look at the example with


the class and make sure they
understand that they need to
fill the gaps in the text from
the words in the box. Remind
students that there are more
words than they need.
3 Ask students to fill in the
five gaps in the story and to
choose the best title for the
story from the three options.
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB pages 14 & 15

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Test 1

Test 1 Part 4
10 questions
Reading & Writing Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Part 4
Firefighters
In this part, students complete a
text by selecting and copying the
correct words.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise predicting
missing words. A firefighter’s job is very important and each day
Example
Materials: TG p152 Worksheet 11 help
1 is always different. Often firefighters people who
Procedure
have a fire in their house. Other times, the fire is in a factory or
1 Put students into pairs.
2 an office. A fire can grow very fast and so it is
2 Give each pair a copy of the
top part of the worksheet. 3 important that the team of firefighters work very quickly .

3 Students work together to 4 In the past this job was only for men but of
predict which type of word 5 course now there are women who work at fire
is missing in each gap, i.e. 6 stations. When someone calls a fire station, a team
verbs, conjunctions, adverbs,
etc. Encourage students also
7 of about five firefighters get into a fire engine
to guess the missing word if 8 and drive to where the fire is . The driver of
they can. the fire engine must drive very fast but carefully.
4 Write their suggestions on To be a firefighter you need to be brave because it can be
the board. a
9 very dangerous job. You can’t be afraid of
5 Now give each pair a copy because
10 climbing and you need to be strong you will
of the bottom part of the
worksheet. Ask students to sometimes carry heavy things.
select the correct word for
16 Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 4
each gap in the text.
Answer Key
1 much 2 eat 3 need 4 is
5 the 6 your 7 every 8 to since, dark, a, him, because, an,
9 When 10 look Answer Key
everyone, if, their, so.
3 Ask groups to sort the words Verbs Adverbs
Activity 2 according to what part of have never
Aim: To raise awareness of speech they are. are opposite
different word groups. bought quickly
4 Check answers together, by
can since
Materials: None getting members of different
groups to come out and write Adjectives Articles
Procedure
a word each under the correct smallest a
1 Write the following headings best an
heading.
on the board: Verbs, Adverbs, easier the
Adjectives, Articles, Pronouns, dark
Conjunctions.
Pronouns Conjunctions
2 Write the following words on him because
the board: have, never, smallest, she then
bought, quickly, easier, are, she, everyone if
then, the, opposite, best, can, their so

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Example all each any


1 help helps helping

2 need can should


3 quick quicker quickly
4 these this those
5 who how what
6 no-one someone everyone
7 into onto over
8 is are be

9 a an the
10 so because but

Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 4 17

Extension 3 Ask students to read the


For more practice at completing text and then read the word
gapped texts, look for short texts, options.
or write your own short texts 4 Ask students to complete the
and blank out words for students gaps with a word.
to fill in. Give them a choice of 5 Check answers.
three words for each gap.
Answer Key ➤ SB page 16
■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 16 & 17
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 16 & 17. Look at the
picture and get students to
think about the topic of the
text.
2 Go through the example.

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Test 1 Part 5
7 questions
Reading & Writing Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the
sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Part 5
In this part, students complete My first day at school
sentences about a story using
one, two, three or four words.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise completing
sentences.
Materials: None
Procedure
1 Write sentences on the board My name’s Betty Stewart and I’m an English teacher. I was twenty-two years old
with gaps in them, e.g. when I got my first teaching job. I remember my first day very well!
John has __________________ The day didn’t start well. I got up early and got dressed. Then I dropped my cereal
called Mary. all over my new skirt. I quickly put on clean clothes. I picked up my bag and went to
Emma got the doll when she the bus stop. I saw a lot of people waiting for the bus. I asked a woman, “Why are
_____________________ . there so many people?” She said “There’s a lot of traffic in the city centre and all the
The park was full of people buses are late.” So, I decided to walk to school.
because ____________________ . I only had half an hour before my first lesson. I walked very quickly. After some time
Harry and Robert I could see the school at the end of the road. I felt very happy. Suddenly it started
_____________________ after to rain. I ran fast but I was very wet when I arrived at school. When I got to my
lunch. classroom I was five minutes late and I looked wet and horrible. At first, my new
students looked surprised when they saw me. Then they all smiled and said, “Good
When they were at the zoo, they morning Miss Stewart!” I smiled back and said “Good morning class!” After that, the
__________________________ . day got much better.
I went _____________ last year.
2 Ask students to work in pairs
to suggest how to complete 18 Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 5

the gaps. Remind them they


can use between one and four
words for each, e.g. the first
sentence could have a sister, 2 Put students into pairs and ■■ Do the test
a cousin, a little sister, etc. give them the worksheets. Ask Materials: SB pages 18 & 19
3 Ask students to compare their students to work together to
1 Ask students to turn to SB
answers by reading out a few fill in the gaps so that each
pages 18 & 19. Look at the
of their sentences. pair of sentences has the
picture and get students to
same meaning.
Activity 2 think about the topic of the
3 Check answers by asking story.
Aim: To practise rewording students to read out the
sentences. 2 Ask students to read the
sentences.
story and then read the
Materials: TG p151 Worksheet 10
Answer Key sentences. Then ask students
Procedure to underline the parts of
1 a brother 2 chocolate ice
1 To help students with this cream 3 their kite 4 angry the story that give them the
part of the exam, it’s a good 5 late 6 said sorry information they need to
idea to give them practice in complete the sentences.
recognising how sentences
can be changed whilst still
retaining the same meaning.

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Reading & Writing

Examples Reading & Writing


Betty’s job is a teacher .

She started teaching when she was twenty-two years old.

Questions

1 Betty couldn’t wear her new skirt to school because it had


cereal on it.

2 There were so many people waiting for the bus.

3 There was a lot of traffic in the city centre so all the


buses were late .

4 Betty was happy when she could see the school.

5 Before Betty arrived at school it started to rain.

6 When the students first saw their new teacher they


looked surprised .

7 Everyone in the class smiled at Miss Stewart and


said “Good morning.”

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3 Look at the example with


the class and make sure they
understand that they need to
fill the gapped sentences using
between one and four words.
Remind students that the
words they will need to use
will be in the story but may
not be in the same order as
the sentence.
4 Ask students to complete the
gapped sentences.
5 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 19

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Test 1

Test 1 Part 6
5 questions
Reading & Writing Read the letter and write the missing words. Write one word on each line.

Part 6
In this part, students complete
a text with words of their own
choice.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
Aim: To practise common
collocations. Tuesday 23rd July
Materials: TG p153 Worksheet 12
Dear Grandma,
Procedure
1 As common collocations are Example We’re having a good time on holiday.
often targeted in this part of Our hotel is great. I’ve got a big room and I can see the
the exam, it is a good idea to
give students practice in this 1 sea from my window! Yesterday we visited
area. Put students into pairs. 2 a castle. I took lots of photos with my
2 Give out the worksheet and 3 camera. The castle was very old and we
ask them to match the two 4 heard lots of interesting stories about the
halves of the phrases. They
kings and queens who lived there. It’s hot and sunny today so
then match the phrase to a
picture. Check answers. 5 we’re going to go to the beach this afternoon.
3 After they have done this, ask See you soon.
students to write sentences
that contain each of the Lots of love,
collocations. Encourage them
to write sentences in both Sarah
the past and the present. Get
individual students to read out 20 Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 6
a sentence each.

Answer Key
1 take a photo d
2 Give each pair a copy of the to think about what sort of
2 get on a bus a
top part of the worksheet. words are missing.
3 meet a friend f
4 send a letter i 3 Students work together to fill 2 Look at the example together
5 do homework h in the gaps in the text. and ask students to identify
6 make a mistake c 4 Check answers together. whether it is a noun, verb,
7 ride a bike e adjective, etc.
8 win a race g Answer Key 3 Ask students to complete
9 guess the answer j 1 having 4 can each gap in the text with
10 watch TV b 2 you 5 of the missing word.
3 at 4 Check answers.
Activity 2
Aim: To practise predicting Answer Key ➤ SB page 20
■■ Do the test
missing words.
Materials: SB page 20
Materials: TG p154 Worksheet 13
1 Ask students to turn to SB
(top part)
page 20. Look at the gapped
Procedure text together and get students
1 Put students into pairs.

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Reading & Writing

Part 7
1 question
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20 or more words. 4 Ask students to do the same
with the next two pictures
(e.g, 2 A friend comes round and
he has a birthday party in the
garden with the family. He eats a
lot of cake! 3 He felt very ill so he
went to see his doctor. He ate too
much cake!)
5 Ask them to check the story
to make sure it connects
together. Is there anything
they want to change?
6 Write the best version of the
story on the board.
■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 21
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 21. Look at the pictures
with the class. Ask the class
where the scene takes place,
e.g. in the girl’s house.
2 Ask students to think about
the topic of the story. Then
check they can name the items
or scenes in the pictures, e.g.
socks, kitchen, garden.
3 Discuss with the class what
they think is happening in
each separate picture.
4 Ask students to write one
sentence for each picture.
Remind them they should
Test 1, Reading & Writing Part 7 21 write 20–30 words in total.
Students can write more than
this but they must say what is
happening in the pictures.
5 Check sentences together.
Reading & Writing happening and describe the
relationships between the
Students can be given marks
out of 5. Give 3 marks or more
Part 7 people in the picture (at the for stories which relate to the
boy’s home, they are his family pictures and which we clearly
In this part, students have to and a friend, his doctor). Ask understand. (NB Accuracy is
write a short story based on them to decide the boy’s name. not important unless it means
three pictures. 2 For Picture 1, ask students we cannot understand the
what is the boy doing and how story.) Write the best sentence
■ Warm-up is he feeling (looking at himself, for each picture on the board
Activity 1 excited), how do we know it’s to make a good, complete
Aim: To include detailed his birthday (present on bed, version of the story.
information and feelings. etc.), what do they think the
boy is expecting to happen Sample answer:
Materials: TG p146 Worksheet 5 that day (to see his friends, to Vicky looked under her bed for
(bottom third) have a party, to have cake, etc.). her football socks. She looked
Procedure 3 Ask students to write one or in the kitchen but she could
not find them. She went into
1 Give students a copy of the two sentences for Picture 1
the garden and saw her dog
three-picture story. Ask capturing all the information
with the socks in his mouth.
them to decide where this is they have discussed.

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Test 1
Test 1
Speaking
Speaking

students lots of practice in


doing ‘spot the difference’ tasks.
2 Put students into pairs.
3 Give out the worksheets:
Picture A to student A and
Picture B to student B. Get
them to take it in turns to
make statements about their
picture, e.g. In my picture there’s
a girl wearing a T-shirt sitting in
a tree. Their partner responds
by saying how their picture is
different, In my picture the girl is
wearing a jacket. It is important
that students cannot see each
other’s pictures and so it is
best if they sit back to back.

FLYERS SPEAKING. Find the Differences – Candidate’s copy


■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 22, TG
page 132
1 Ask students some general
introductory questions, e.g.
What’s your surname? How old
are you?
2 Ask students to turn to SB
page 22. Give them time to
look at the picture.
3 Turn to the Examiner’s copy
(TG page 132). Allow students
to look at it briefly.
4 Make statements about your
22 Test 1, Speaking Part 1 copy of the picture. Encourage
students to say how their
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picture is different. For
example, In my picture, there is
Speaking Part 1 picture. These statements
should relate to things like
a red rucksack. (In my picture,
there is a brown rucksack.)
In this part, students identify number, colour, position,
and describe differences appearance, activity. Answer Key
between two pictures. 1 two elephants / one elephant
4 They then take turns to read
■■ Warm-up their statements to each 2 woman taking photo / man
other. Their partner responds taking photo
Activity 1
by saying true or false. If it is 3 girls eating ice cream / girls
Aim: To practise describing ‘false’, they must tell their
pictures. talking on their mobile phone
partner how the picture is
Materials: TG p155 Worksheet 14 different. 4 red rucksack / brown
rucksack
Procedure Activity 2 5 baby is crying / baby is
1 Put students into pairs. Aim: To describe differences sleeping
2 Give each pair a copy of between two pictures.
the same picture from the 6 dog is behind the bin / dog is
Materials: TG p155 Worksheet 14 in front of the bin
worksheet. Procedure
3 Students each write five true 7 old woman reading a book /
1 The best preparation for this
or false statements about their looking in a bag
part of the exam is to give

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Speaking

Test 1

Speaking Part 2

A footballer
Silver Boots

yesterday
In this part, students ask and

boring
friend
answer questions using cues.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1

Interesting / boring
Aim: To practise making up

What / about
When / finish
Harry’s book

Name / book
questions from prompts.

Who / gave
Materials: None
Procedure
1 Write the following prompts
on the board: teacher / age,
How many / animals. Encourage
students to suggest what

FLYERS SPEAKING. Information Exchange – Candidate’s copy


the questions could be (they
should use the present tense):
How old is the teacher? / What’s
the teacher’s age? How many
animals are there in the picture?
2 Continue by writing these

?
?
?
?
?
prompts and students write
the questions.

Interesting / boring
What time / football match /
finish

What / about
When / finish
Name / book
Sarah’s book

Who / gave
What / boy / studying
How many / children / park
Film / interesting / boring
How long / lesson
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Dog / running / jumping
3 Check answers.
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Answer Key
What time does the football Activity 2 2 Give students a limited time
match finish? to write the questions in their
Aim: To practise making up and
What is the boy studying? notebooks. Check answers.
answering questions.
How many children are there Materials: Paper or notebooks Answer Key
in the park?
Procedure Who did Robert go to the party
Is the film interesting or with?
boring? 1 Write the following jumbled
questions on the board: Where was the party?
How long is the lesson / does
Robert / to the party / did / with / How did Robert go to the
the lesson last?
Who / go party?
Is the dog running or
the / was / Where / party Did Robert dance at the party?
jumping?
go / to / party / How / Robert / Was the party fun or boring?
4 Ask confident students to did / the
come up and write question 3 Put students into pairs. Tell
dance / the / Did / party / at / students that student A will
prompts on the board for the
Robert make up answers for a girl
others to complete.
the / boring / party / Was / called Vicky and student B
fun / or will make up answers for a

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Test 1

Speaking

Speaking Part 3
In this part, students continue a
story by describing the pictures
in sequence.

■■ Warm-up
Activity 1
3

Aim: To practise describing


pictures.
Materials: TG p 146 Worksheet 5
(top two-thirds)

5
Procedure
1 Put students into pairs and
give each pair one of the
pictures from the top two-
thirds of Worksheet 5.
2

2 They take it in turn to describe


what is happening in the
picture using the present
FLYERS SPEAKING. Picture Story
tense, There is / are, have got /
be, can / can’t, must / mustn’t,
4

etc.
3 You could repeat this activity
Mum Dad
The camera

in another lesson using


Worksheet 14 (page 155).
1

Activity 2
Aim: To practise making up
stories.
24 Test 1, Speaking Part 3
Materials: TG p154 Worksheet 13
(bottom part)
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Procedure
1 Put students into groups of
boy called William. Students 2 Look at the Examiner’s
three and give each group one
write their answers to the five copy (TG page 133). Ask the
of the pictures and a story title
questions in their notebook student questions about the
from the worksheet.
and then take it in turns to information they have, e.g.
ask each other the questions. I don’t know anything about 2 Each group must decide
Remind students that they Harry’s book. What’s the book and write down how the
will have to change the name called? (Silver Boots). story continues. They then
‘Robert’ in questions 1, 3 and 4 draw four more pictures to
3 Now encourage the student to
to either Vicky or William. complete their story.
ask you similar questions: Who
gave Sarah the book? What’s it 3 After they have done this, they
■■ Do the test called? come to the front, hold up
Materials: SB page 23, their pictures and tell the rest
TG page 133 Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame of the class their story.
1 Ask students to turn to SB page 35
page 23. Give them time to Extension
look at the pictures and the Students could draw a simple set
tables. of five pictures for homework.
In the next lesson, put students

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Test 1

into pairs so they can tell each 2 Then give each group a topic, 2 Put students in pairs and
other their story. After they have e.g. my home, hobbies, shopping, ask them to do a similar role
done this, they swap pictures my best friend, my school, etc. play, taking it in turns to be
so that they tell their partner’s Each group draws a circle in the the teacher and the student.
story to another student in the middle of their paper with the Encourage them to ask
class. This can be repeated a few topic word inside it. They then different questions and to add
times to create lots of speaking create a spidergram by drawing extra questions if they can.
practice. lines from the circle and writing If necessary, write example
questions relating to the topic. questions on the board or tell
■■ Do the test 3 Students leave their sheets them to refer to the questions
Materials: SB page 24 on their tables and get from Warm-up Activity 1.
1 Ask students to turn to SB into pairs. The pairs move 3 Go round monitoring and
page 24. Give them time to around the room asking each helping where necessary.
look at the pictures first. other questions from the 4 Ask a few pairs to come to the
2 Tell them the title and then spidergrams on each table. front and demonstrate their
describe the first picture, e.g. These spidergrams can then role play.
These pictures tell a story. be saved and brought out
It’s called ‘The camera’. There is a again at the start of lessons to ■■ Do the test
family having who are having a be used as warm-up activities. Materials: None
picnic. etc. Activity 2 1 Ask students several questions
3 Encourage students to about themselves, their family
Aim: To practise a role play with or friends. They need only give
continue the story by
personal questions. simple answers, i.e. a phrase
describing the other pictures
in turn. If necessary prompt Materials: None or a short sentence.
them with a question. Procedure Now let’s talk about your
1 Ask a confident student to weekend.
Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame What time do you wake up
come up to the front and
page 35 on Saturdays?
demonstrate the following
simple role play: Who makes breakfast on
Speaking Part 4 T: Hello, (name). Saturdays?
etc.
S: Hello, (name).
In this part, students answer
questions about themselves, T: What time do you get up on
their hobbies and their family Sunday?
or friends. S: 9.30.
T: What do you do on Sunday
■■ Warm-up afternoon?
Activity 1 S: I go to the park.
Aim: To practise personal T: What are you going to do this
vocabulary. Sunday?
Materials: Sheets of paper S: (I’m going to) visit my
Procedure grandparents.
1 Put students into groups of T: Do you like music?
four and give each group a S: Yes.
large sheet of paper. T: Can you play an instrument?
S: Yes, I can play the piano.
T: Great. Thank you.
S: Thanks.

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Speaking
Speaking frame (Timing = 7–9 minutes)
What to do What to say Answer from candidate Back-up question if necessary
Hello ... my name’s ... What’s your name? Hello (Clare)
What’s your surname? What’s your last name?
How old are you? (Fischer) Are you (11)?
(11)
1 Show candidate both Find Here are two pictures. My picture is
the differences pictures. nearly the same as yours but some
things are different.
Point to the elephants For example, in my picture there are two
in each picture. elephants but in your picture there’s one.
I’m going to say something about my
picture. You tell me how your picture is Point to the other differences
different. which the student does not
In my picture, the girls are eating ice In my picture, the girls are talking on mention.
creams. their mobile phone. What are the girls doing?
In my picture, a woman’s taking a photo. In my picture, a man’s taking a photo. Is it a man taking a photo?
In my picture, the baby in the pram is In my picture, the baby is sleeping. Is the baby crying?
crying. Is the rucksack red?
In my picture, there is a red rucksack In my picture, there is a brown
next to the man. rucksack.
In my picture, there is a dog sitting In my picture, there is a dog sitting in Where is the dog sitting?
behind the bin. front of the bin.
In my picture, the old woman is reading In my picture, the old woman is looking Is the old woman reading a book?
a book. in her bag.
2 Point to both candidate’s and Sarah and Harry have both got new
examiner’s copies. books. I don’t know anything about
Point to the picture of the Harry’s book but you do. So I’m going to Point to the information if
boy before asking ask you some questions. necessary.
the questions. What’s the book called? or Who gave Silver Boots
Harry the book? A friend
Who gave it to him? A footballer
What’s it about? Boring
Was it interesting or boring? Yesterday
When did he finish it?
Point to the picture of Now you don’t know anything about Point to the information if
the girl. Sarah’s book, so you ask me some necessary.
questions.
(Her cousin) Who gave her the book?
(The Star) What’s it called?
(A singer) What’s it about?
(Last week) When did he finish it?
(Interesting) Was it interesting or boring?
3 Point to the picture story. These pictures tell a story. 2 – The family is going back to their car. What is the family doing?
Allow time to look at the It’s called ‘The camera’. Just look at the They have forgotten the camera / They Have they got their camera?
pictures. pictures first. have left the camera on the grass.
There is a family who are having a 3 – A boy on a bicycle has found the Who has found the camera?
picnic. The father is taking a photo of the camera. He can see the family and is What is the boy doing?
mother and the two children. They all trying to call them / and is waving at
them. The family hasn’t seen him. Has the family seen him?
look very happy.
Now you tell the story. 4 – The boy is following the car on his What is the boy doing?
bicycle. The car isn‘t stopping. The boy is
hot and tired because he going very fast Has the car stopped?
on his bicycle. How does the boy feel?
5 – The car has stopped and the boy Has the car stopped?
is giving the woman the camera. What is the boy doing now?
The woman and boy are smiling. The
woman looks very happy. How does the woman feel?

4 Put away all pictures. Now let’s talk about your weekend.
Ask a few personal questions. What time do you wake up on Nine Do you wake up early?
Saturdays?
Who makes breakfast on Saturdays? My dad Do you make breakfast on Saturdays?
What do you do with your family on We go swimming Do you go shopping with your family?
Saturdays?
Where do you go on Sundays? We visit my grandparents. Do you visit family?
Tell me about what you like to do on I like to watch TV. Do you like to watch TV?
Sunday evenings. I like to eat pizza. What do you like to eat?
I like to go to bed late. Do you go to bed early?
OK, thank you (name).
Goodbye. Goodbye.

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Test 2 Listening
Test 2 Part 1
5 questions

Listening Part 1 Listen and draw lines. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and Ben Holly George Katy


draw lines to match names to
people in a picture.

■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 8.

■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 26, Audio 2.1
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 26. Look at the picture
together and get students to
read the names.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students draw a line from
the names to the appropriate
people in the picture.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check
answers.

Audioscript 2.1
R = Rubric
Fch = Female child Fred Betty Alex
M = Male adult 26 Test 2, Listening Part 1

R Listen and look. There is one


example.
Fch I took this photo on my skiing
holiday. Do you want to have Fch Oh, that’s our cousin, Katy. Fch Oh that’s her sister. I don’t
a look? She’s always smiling! know her very well.
M Yes, please. Did you have a M Look at that man at the M What about the boys throwing
good time? bottom of the hill, sitting in snowballs?
Fch Yes, it was great. Can you see the snow. I think he’s just Fch The one with glasses is called
that boy who’s wearing the fallen over. Ben.
orange jacket? Fch That’s Fred! M He’s a bit naughty!
M The one who’s skiing really M Was he skiing?
fast down the hill? Fch Yes, he threw a snowball at
Fch No, it was his first time the ski teacher!
Fch Yes. He’s my brother. He’s snowboarding.
called George. M Really?
Can you see my friend Betty? Who’s the other boy with
R Can you see the line? This is She’s talking to her mum.
an example. Now you listen blond hair on the sledge?
and draw lines. M No. Where is she? Fch Oh, that’s his cousin Alex.
M Who’s that girl skiing behind Fch She’s there, near the M It looks like a fun holiday!
him? snowman.
Fch It was!
Fch There are two girls. Which M Oh, is she the short girl?
R Now listen to Part One
one do you mean? Fch No, she’s the tall one with again.
M The one with the pink hat. short hair.
She looks very happy. M And the shorter one? Answer Key ➤ SB page 26

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Listening

Part 2 Listening
5 questions
Listen and write. There is one example. Fch Oh hello, Miss Gray. Can I ask
you some questions?
F Yes, of course, Daisy. What do
you want to know?
Fch What time are we going to the
theatre on Wednesday?
F Oh, didn’t you know? It’s on
Thursday now.
Fch Oh, right.
F The football team need the
school bus that day.
Fch Oh, OK
SCHOOL VISIT TO THEATRE R Can you see the answer?
Now you listen and write.
Thursday Fch What time are we going to go
Day: to the theatre?
F Well, we need to be at the
1 Time leave school: 2.15 / two fifteen p.m. theatre for 2:45 and so we’re
going to leave school at 2:15.
The theatre isn’t far from the
2 Name: ‘ Guess the song’ school.
Fch OK. What are we going to see?
F It’s a concert.
3 Write name on list in: the (school) library Fch Oh, is it called ‘Guess the
song’?
4 Give money to: Mr Neale F Yes, that’s right.
Fch I’d like to go. What do I need
to do?
5 Remember to take: some money F You need to write your name
on a list today. It’s in the
school library. Just write your
name and your class.
Fch OK. And who do I get the
ticket from?
Test 2, Listening Part 2 27 F Mr Neale. You can give him
the money on the day.
Fch Sorry, who?
F Mr Neale. That’s N-E-A-L-E.
He’s the new music teacher.
Listening Part 2 2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
Fch Oh, yes I’ve met him. Is he
taking us to the theatre?
In this part, students listen and the example with the class. F Yes, he is.
write words or numbers in gaps. 3 Play the rest of the recording. Fch Do I need to take anything to
Students listen and fill in the the theatre?
■■ Warm-up F Just some money to buy a
missing words on the form.
For suggested warm-up activities drink. Remember you cannot
see Test 1 page 10. 4 Let students listen to the take your camera or your
recording again. Check mobile phone with you.
■■ Do the test answers. Fch Right, OK. Are you going to
Materials: SB page 27, Audio 2.2 come with us Miss Gray?
Audioscript 2.2 F Yes, I am.
1 Ask students to turn to SB
R = Rubric Fch Great!
page 27. Look at the form
together and get students R Now listen to Part Two
Fch = Female child again.
to think about what kind of
F = Female adult
information is missing. Answer Key ➤ SB page 27
R Listen and look. There is one
example.

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Test 2

Test 2 Part 3
5 questions
Listening Part 3 Where did Harry get these things?
Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.
In this part, students listen
and match pictures to words
or names by writing a letter in
the box. kite B
■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 12.
postcard D
■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 28 & 29,
Audio 2.3
1 Ask students to turn to SB hat G
pages 28 & 29. Look at the list
of illustrated words and the
set of pictures with the class.
2 Play the recording and pause it T-shirt H
after the example. Go through
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
what they need to do.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
chocolates F
Students listen and match
the illustrated words with the
pictures, A to H.
4 Let students listen to the pen E
recording again. Check
answers.

Audioscript 2.3 28 Test 2, Listening Part 3

R = Rubric
F = Female adult
Mch = Male child
R Can you see the letter ‘B’? Mch We wanted to but it was
R Listen and look. There is Now you listen and write closed so we couldn’t go.
one example. a letter in each box. I bought this T-shirt with
Mch Do you like this hat the tigers on it from our
Where did Harry get
grandma? hotel. They had a shop
these things?
that sold lots of things –
F Did you have a nice F Oh yes, that’s lovely. What
clothes, food, toys, even
holiday Harry? does it say on the front
sports things.
of it?
Mch Yes, grandma, it was great. F Well, perhaps you can visit
Look, I got some things Mch Blue Dolphin. It’s the name
the zoo next time. Where
from the different places of the boat we went on
else did you go?
we visited. We went to a when we visited Parrot
Island. But there weren’t Mch We had a great day in
castle one day, and dad
any shops on the island, so the mountains when the
bought me and Ben a kite
I got it on the boat. It was a weather was warm and
each from the shop there.
great day! sunny. We went really high.
It was a very windy day, so
We didn’t climb to the top
we had a lot of fun flying F And did you visit the zoo?
but we walked up to the
them in the park next to it.

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Listening

Listening

A B

C D

E F

G H

Test 2, Listening Part 3 29

café and had lunch there. the last day. We had a big
Look I bought this postcard pizza and lots of ice cream.
there. I got these chocolates from
F That’s a lovely picture. You there. They make them at
can put that on your wall. the restaurant. They’re for
Was the weather always you grandma!
good? R Now listen to Part Three
Mch Yes but there was one day again.
where it rained all day so we
Answer Key ➤ SB page 28
went to the museum. It was
very interesting. I got this
pen there. Do you like it?
F It’s lovely! Did you visit
anywhere else?
Mch Well, we went to a
restaurant by the river on

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Test 2

Test 2 Part 4
5 questions

Listening Part 4 Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.

In this part, students listen and Who is Robert going to go swimming with?
tick the correct picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 14 & 15.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 30 & 31,
Audio 2.4 A B ✓ C

1 Ask students to turn to SB 1 What time must Robert come home?


pages 30 & 31. Look at the five
questions together and get
students to think about what
differences they can see in
each set of pictures.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class, A B ✓ C
making sure they understand
what they need to do. 2 How will Robert go to the swimming pool?

3 Play the rest of the recording.


As students listen to the
questions, they look at each
set of pictures and tick the
correct box, A, B or C.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check
answers.
A ✓ B C
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Audioscript 2.4
R = Rubric
Mch = Male child
M = Male adult R Can you see the tick? Now M Can Michael’s mum take
you listen and tick the box. you in her car?
R Listen and look. There is One. What time must Mch She doesn’t drive. They
one example. Robert come home? sometimes take the bus.
Who is Robert going to go M What time are they going M How will you get to the
swimming with? to go swimming? swimming pool then?
Mch Dad, can I go swimming Mch At two thirty. By bus?
this afternoon? M OK but you must come Mch No, we’ll ride our bikes there.
M I’m sorry Robert but I have home at four thirty. M That’s a good idea.
to go to the shops. Remember we’re going to R Three. Where is Robert’s
Mch That’s OK. My friend go to your grandma’s for swimming bag?
Michael is going to go with dinner and we need to
leave at 5.30. Mch Do you know where my
his mum. I can go with
swimming bag is Dad?
them. Mch OK, Dad.
M Isn’t it in your bedroom?
M Fine. R Two. How will Robert go
to the swimming pool? Mch I’ve looked there. Is it in
Mch Thanks Dad!
your car?

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3 Where is Robert’s swimming bag? Listening

A B C ✓
4 What is Robert going to have for lunch?

A ✓ B C

5 What is Robert going to do before lunch?

A B C ✓

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M It’s not there. What about M First I’d like you to clean
under the stairs? your shoes.
Mch Oh yes, there it is! Mch I’ve already cleaned
R Four. What is Robert them – look! Can I watch
going to have for lunch? some TV?
M OK. I’ll make some ham M No, you can wash these
sandwiches for lunch. plates for me.
Mch Can we have pizza and Mch All right, Dad.
chips? R Now listen to Part Four
M Why don’t we have a again.
salad? It’s not a good idea
to have a big meal before Answer Key ➤ SB pages 30 & 31
swimming.
Mch That’s great!
R Five. What is Robert going
to do before lunch?

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Test 2 Part 5
5 questions

Listening Part 5 Listen and colour and write


write.and
There is one
draw. example.
There is one example.

In this part, students listen and


colour and write on a picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 16.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 32, Audio 2.5,
coloured pencils
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 32. Look at the picture
with the class and ask them
to name items and actions in
the picture. Explain that they
will listen to instructions in
the form of a conversation
between an adult and a child.
2 Play the recording and pause drinks
it after the example. Go
through the example with
the class. Make sure students
understand that they will
need to colour three things
in the picture and write one
word.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and follow the
instructions.
4 Let students listen to the 32
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Audioscript 2.5
Fch Yes, what colour? M OK.
R = Rubric M Red. R Two
Fch = Female child R Can you see the man’s Fch Shall I colour something
M = Male adult red jacket? This is an else?
example. Now you listen M I’d like you to write
R Listen and look at the and colour and write. something now.
picture.
One Fch OK.
There is one example.
Fch What shall I colour now? M Now, can you see the man
Fch I like that picture of a
circus! M Let’s see. Can you see the who’s selling ice cream?
women on the swings? Fch Yes, I can! He’s giving a
M Do you? Can you colour it
for me then? Fch Yes, I can. little girl an ice cream.
Fch Oh yes! Can I colour the M Well, look at the woman M Well, can you write the
man who’s holding a on the right. She’s got long word ‘drinks’ next to the
monkey? hair. word ‘cold’? Do you see the
Fch Shall I colour her hair space?
M OK. Can you colour his
jacket? brown? Fch Yes. There! I’ve done it!

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R Three
M Now, can you see the boy
sitting next to the girl.
Fch Yes, she’s wearing a gold
necklace.
M That’s right. Well, I’d like
you to colour the balloon
in her hand.
Fch All right. I’ll colour it pink.
M Great.
R Four
Fch Shall I colour something
else?
M Yes. There’s a woman
who’s standing next to the
horse. Can you see her?
Fch Yes.
M Well, she’s holding a fan.
Can you colour it?
Fch Yes. I’ll do it green.
M That’s good.
R Five
M Last thing now. There are
two clowns in the middle
of the picture.
Fch Yes, they’re laughing at
something.
M Can you see the smaller
one who’s wearing a funny
belt?
:34:17 PM Fch Yes, it’s a very big belt.
M I’d like you to colour it
yellow.
Fch OK. Is that all?
M Yes. It’s a lovely picture
now.
R Now listen to Part Five
again.

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Test 2 Reading & Writing
Reading & Writing
Part 1 Reading & Writing
10 questions
Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. Reading & Writing
There is one example.
Part 1
maths a hotel wool a rucksack
In this part, students write
This is a place where you can stay the correct words next to the
when you are on holiday. a hotel
___________ definitions.
1 This is something we use to hold
things together, for example, two ■■ Warm-up
silver pieces of paper. glue
___________ a tent For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 19.
2 a rucksack
This is a bag you carry on your back. ___________
3 You use this in the morning to make ■■ Do the test
your hair look tidy. a brush
___________ Materials: SB page 33
soap
4 You sleep in one of these outside
a factory 1 Ask students to turn to
when you go camping. a tent
___________ SB page 33. Look at the 15
5 This school subject teaches you about individual words and get
things that happened in the past. history
___________ students to think about what
6 This is something we use when we they mean.
wash our hands with water. soap
___________ 2 Ask students to read through
a brush a torch
7 These are places where people can the ten definitions. Look at the
study after they finish school. universities
___________ example together.
8 You can use this to help you see 3 Ask students to match the
in the dark. a torch
___________ definitions with the correct
words. Remind them to copy
glue 9 This is a school subject which universities
maths the words carefully.
teaches you about numbers. ___________
4 Check answers.
10 Gloves that we wear in winter are
often made of this. wool
___________
Answer Key ➤ SB page 33

science wood history


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Test 2 Part 2
5 questions

Reading & Writing Emma is talking to her friend, Helen. What does Helen say?

Part 2
Read the conversation and choose the best answer.
Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.
In this part, students read a You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.
dialogue and select the correct Example
response.

■■ Warm-up Emma: What are you going to do this weekend?

For suggested warm-up Helen: D


activities, see Test 1 page 20.

■■ Do the test Questions


Materials: SB pages 34 & 35
1 Emma: Why are you going there?
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 34 & 35. Look at the Helen: C
gapped dialogue together and
get students to think about 2 Emma: Is it a new place?
what could go in the gaps.
2 Ask students to read the Helen: A
missing lines of the dialogue,
3 Emma: What’s the food like?
options A–H.
3 Ask students to choose the Helen: F
appropriate line of dialogue
from the options given and 4 Emma: What time are you going?
to write the correct letter in
the space provided. Remind Helen: H
them that there are two extra
lines of dialogue that are not 5 Emma: So what have you bought your sister?
needed. Encourage students G
to read through the dialogue, Helen:
quietly to themselves, to check 34 Test 2, Reading & Writing Part 2
that it makes sense.
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 34

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

A Yes. It opened last week.

B Good – that’s my favourite!

C Because it’s my sister’s birthday.

D We’re going to go to a
restaurant. (Example)

E It’s my birthday tomorrow.

F The pizzas are great!

G A bag. I hope she likes it.

H About 8.00 p.m.

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Test 2 Part 3
6 questions

Reading & Writing Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next
to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Part 3
In this part, students choose and
copy missing words from a story
and then choose the best title.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 22.

■■ Do the test Example


house early into told trees
Materials: SB pages 36 & 37
1 Ask students to turn to SB caves tired outside hours dark
pages 36 & 37. Look at the
picture together and get
students to think about the Last Saturday, my dad took my brother and me to a campsite in the forest. We left
topic of the story.
our house after lunch. After a few hours we knew we were on the
2 Look at the example with
the class and make sure they wrong road because we couldn’t see any (1) trees ! We stopped
understand that they need to
fill the gaps in the text from at a café and asked someone where the forest was. The man in the café
the words in the box. Remind hours
said, “You are three (2) away from the forest!”
students that there are more
words than they need. When we arrived at the campsite it was already (3) dark but my
3 Ask students to fill in the
five gaps in the story and to dad had a torch in his car. We put the tent up and went to bed. In the middle of
choose the best title for the
the night it started to rain. It rained a lot and it was very windy. Suddenly the tent
story from the three options.
4 Check answers.
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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

fell down and water started to come (4) into the tent. We were

very wet and we quickly ran to the car. The next morning we all woke up in the car

feeling (5) tired and cold. We looked at our broken tent. “I don’t

think we’ll be sleeping in that tent again!” said my dad, and we all started to laugh.

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box

The best campsite

A Saturday to remember ✓
My favourite tent

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Test 2

Test 2 Part 4
10 questions
Reading & Writing Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Part 4
Airports
In this part, students complete a
text by selecting and copying the
correct words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 24 & 25.
Example Atlanta Airport is in the south east of the
■■ Do the test 1 United States of America. Atlanta Airport may not be
Materials: SB pages 38 & 39
1 Ask students to turn to SB
2 the biggest airport in the world but it is the busiest .
pages 38 & 39. Look at the More people fly in and out of Atlanta airport every year than any
picture and get students 3 other airport in the world.
to think about the topic of 4 The airport is like a small town. It has lots
the text.
5 of shops, cafés and restaurants to choose from.
2 Go through the example.
6 There is also a dog park for people who are
3 Ask students to read the
text and then read the taking their animals on the plane with them. This is a park in the
word options. 7 airport where dogs can run and play before
4 Ask students to complete the they get on the plane.
gaps with a word. 8 Lots of people who live in Atlanta work in the
5 Check answers. 9 are
airport. There many different kinds of jobs.
Answer Key ➤ SB page 38 Of course the airport needs pilots but also waiters to work in the
10 cafés, doctors to help any people who get ill
and people to work in the many shops.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Example of to for
1 should may will
2 busy busier busiest

3 from in on
4 a an the
5 but so and
6 how who what

7 run runs running

8 Many Lots Some


9 is are was

10 each every any

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Test 2

Test 2 Part 5
7 questions

Reading & Writing Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the
sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Part 5
In this part, students complete My dream day
sentences about a story using
one, two, three or four words.

■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 26.

■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 40 & 41
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 40 & 41. Look at the My name’s Lucy. My favourite singer is called Jimmy B. He’s very famous and when
picture and get students to he was younger he was a student at our school. Our music teacher knows Jimmy B
think about the topic of the and asked him to visit us. He said, “yes” and last Tuesday he came to our school.
story.
I was very excited on that day and I couldn’t wait to see Jimmy B. I went into the
2 Ask students to read the
music room with all the other students and sat down. Jimmy B came into the room
story and then read the and talked to us about how he started singing and playing rock music. Then he sang
sentences. Then ask students his new song, ‘Summer time’. It was great!
to underline the parts of
the story that give them the After Jimmy B left we went back to our classrooms for our afternoon lessons. While
information they need to I was in my maths lesson, the music teacher came in and asked to see me and my
complete the sentences. friend Mary. My music teacher said that a journalist from our town’s newspaper
wanted to talk to some students about Jimmy B’s visit to our school. We couldn’t
3 Look at the example with believe it! We went to the school office where we answered some questions and the
the class and make sure they journalist took a photo of us. Yesterday my mum showed me our town newspaper.
understand that they need to On the front page there was a picture of Jimmy B and a picture of me and Mary!
fill the gapped sentences using It was like a dream!
between one and four words.
Remind students that the 40 Test 2, Reading & Writing Part 5
words they will need to use
will be in the story but may
not be in the same order as
the sentence.
4 Ask students to complete the
gapped sentences.
5 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 41

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Reading & Writing

Examples Reading & Writing


Jimmy B is Lucy’s favourite singer.

Jimmy B was a student at Lucy’s school when he was younger .

Questions

1 Lucy’s music teacher asked Jimmy B to visit the school.

2 Lucy couldn’t wait to see Jimmy B and felt very excited .

3 All the students sat in the music room .

4 After he talked to the students, Jimmy B sang his song .

5 Lucy and Mary were in their classroom when the music teacher
asked to see them.

6 The journalist asked Lucy and Mary some questions .

7 There was a photo of Lucy on the front page of the newspaper.

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Test 2

Test 2 Part 6
5 questions
Reading & Writing Read the diary and write the missing words. Write one word on each line.

Part 6
In this part, students complete
a text with words of their own
choice.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 28.

■■ Do the test
Saturday 14th September
Materials: SB page 42
1 Ask students to turn to SB Example I went shopping with my mum this morning.
page 42. Look at the gapped I bought some great new shoes. Mum made my favourite lunch
text together and get students
to think about what sort of 1 when / after we got home – sausages and chips! In
words are missing. 2 the afternoon Katy came to my house.
2 Look at the example together 3 We wanted to play on the computer but
and ask students to identify mum said we should play outside. Katy and I went to the
whether it is a noun, verb,
park and we met some friends from school. We sat and ate
adjective, etc.
3 Ask students to complete 4 ice cream. We had a great time together!
each gap in the text with the 5 We’re going to go to the park again tomorrow.
missing word.
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 42

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Reading & Writing

Part 7 Reading & Writing


1 question
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20 or more words. this but they must say what is
happening in the pictures.
5 Check sentences together.
Students can be given marks
out of 5. Give 3 marks or more
for stories which relate to
the pictures and which we
can clearly understand. (NB
Accuracy is not important
unless it means we cannot
understand the story.) Write
the best sentence for each
picture on the board to make a
good, complete version of the
story.

Answer Key
Sample answer:
Frank and Sophia went for
a picnic in the park. They
put everything on a blanket.
They had lots of food and
drink, like juice and cake
and sandwiches. They played
tennis and while they were
playing, an eagle came down
and took their cake.

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Reading & Writing 2 Ask students to think about


the topic of the story. Then
Part 7 check they can name the
items or scenes in the
In this part, students have to pictures, e.g. blanket, picnic,
write a short story based on eagle, tennis.
three pictures.
3 Discuss with the class the
■ Warm-up relationship between the
For suggested warm-up activities, characters in the story, e.g.
see Test 1 page 29. Do they know each other? Are
they related? Then ask what
■ Do the test they think is happening in
Materials: SB page 43 each separate picture.
1 Ask students to turn to SB 4 Ask students to write one
page 43. Look at the pictures sentence for each picture.
with the class. Ask the class Remind them they must write
where the scene is, e.g. in a 20 words or more in total.
park. Students can write more than

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Test 2
Test 2
Speaking
Test 2

Speaking Part 1
In this part, students identify
and describe differences
between two pictures.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 31.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 44,
TG page 134
1 Ask students some general
introductory questions, e.g.
What’s your surname? How old
are you?

FLYERS SPEAKING. Find the Differences – Candidate’s copy


2 Ask students to turn to SB
page 44. Give them time to
look at the picture.
3 Turn to the Examiner’s copy
(TG page 134). Allow students
to look at it briefly.
4 Make statements about your
copy of the picture. Encourage
the student to say how
their picture is different. For
example, In my picture, the door
is open. (In my picture, the door is
closed.)

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2 lizard on drum / star on


drum
3 girl taking a photo / boy
taking a photo
4 one girl drawing / both girls
are reading
5 clock is next to picture / clock
between pictures
6 boy playing piano is standing
up / boy playing piano is
sitting down

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Speaking
Speaking

Speaking Part 2
In this part, students ask and
answer questions using cues.

■■ Warm-up

?
?
?
?
?
Ben’s swimming club
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 32 & 33.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 45, TG

What day

How long
Teacher
page 135

Where
Time
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 45. Give them time to
look at the pictures and the
tables.

FLYERS SPEAKING. Information Exchange – Candidate’s copy


2 Look at the Examiner’s
copy (TG page 135). Ask the
student questions about the
information they have, e.g.
4:30 p.m.

Mr Drake
Monday

2 hours

I don’t know anything about


park

Sarah’s tennis club. What day is


it on? (Monday).
3 Now encourage the student to
Sarah’s tennis club

ask you similar questions, e.g.


Where’s Ben’s swimming club?

Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame


What day

How long
Teacher

page 59
Where
Time

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Test 2

Speaking Part 3
In this part, students continue a
story by describing the pictures
in sequence.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,

3
see Test 1 pages 33 & 34.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 46
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 46. Give them time to

5
look at the pictures first.
2 Tell them the title and then
describe the first picture, e.g.
These pictures tell a story.

2
It’s called ‘The kitten’. A boy has
just opened his front door. etc.
3 Encourage students to

FLYERS SPEAKING. Picture Story


continue the story by
describing the other pictures

4
in turn. If necessary prompt
them with a question.
The kitten

Nick
Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame
page 59
1

Speaking Part 4
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■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 34.
■■ Do the test
Materials: None
1 Ask students several questions
about themselves, their family
or friends. They need only give
simple answers, i.e. a phrase
or a short sentence.
Now let’s talk about your school.
What time do your lessons start?
How do you travel to school?
What is your favourite subject
at school?
etc.

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Speaking
Speaking frame (Timing = 7–9 minutes)
What to do What to say Answer from candidate Back-up question if necessary
Hello ..., my name’s ... What’s your name? Hello (Clare)
What’s your family name? (Fischer) What’s your last name?
How old are you? (11) Are you (11)?
1 Show candidate Here are two pictures. My picture is nearly
both Find the the same as yours but some things are
differences different.
pictures. For example, in my picture the girl is playing
Point to the a violin but in your picture she’s playing
girl playing the guitar. Point to the other differences
violin. I’m going to say something about my picture. which the student does not
You tell me how your picture is different. mention.
In my picture, there is a lizard on the big In my picture, there is a star on the big drum. Is there a picture of a lizard on the drum?
drum.
In my picture, a girl is taking a photo. In my picture, a boy is taking a photo. Is it a girl who is taking a photo?
In my picture, one girl on the floor is In my picture, the girls on the floor are reading. Are the girls on the floor drawing?
drawing.
In my picture, the clock is next to a picture. In my picture, the clock is between two pictures. Is the clock below two pictures?
In my picture, the door is open. In my picture, the door is closed. Is the door open?
In my picture, the boy playing the piano is In my picture, the boy playing the piano is Is the boy playing the piano standing up?
standing up. sitting down.
2 Point to both Sarah and Ben both go to clubs after school.
candidate’s I don’t know anything about Sarah’s tennis
and examiner’s club but you do. So I’m going to ask you Point to the information if
copies. Point to some questions. necessary.
the picture of What day does Sarah go to tennis club? Monday
the girl before What time does it start? 4:30 p.m.
asking the In the park
Where is her tennis club?
questions.
How long is her tennis club? 2 hours
What is her teacher called? Mr Drake
Now you don’t know anything about
 oint to the
P Ben’s swimming club, so you ask me some Point to the information if
picture of the questions. necessary.
boy. (Friday) What day does Ben go to swimming club?
(5:15 p.m.) What time does it start?
(at the sports centre) Where is his swimming club?
(1 hour) How long is his swimming club?
(Mrs Crewe) What is his teacher called?

3 Point to the These pictures tell a story.


picture story. It’s called ‘The kitten’. Just look at the
Allow time pictures first.
to look at the A boy has just opened his front door. There is
pictures. a kitten sitting outside the front door. The boy
looks surprised to see the kitten. He doesn’t
know where the kitten has come from.
Now you tell the story. 2 – The boy has taken the kitten inside his house. Where is the kitten now?
He is giving the kitten some milk and some food. What is the boy giving the kitten?
The kitten looks happy now.
3 – The boy has put a picture of the kitten on a What is the boy putting on the tree?
tree. There is a telephone number on the picture. What information is on the picture of
the kitten?
4 – An old lady is holding the picture of the kitten. What is the old woman holding?
She is phoning the number on the picture. It is her What is she doing?
kitten because she has a photo of it on her table. What is on her table?
5 – The boy has given the kitten back to the old What has the boy done?
woman. The woman and the kitten look very How does the old woman feel?
happy. The boy looks surprised and happy because Why is the boy looking surprised and
the old woman has given him a present. happy?
4 Put away all Now let’s talk about your school.
pictures. What time do your lessons start at school? Quarter to nine Do your lessons start at nine o’clock?
Ask a few How do you travel to school? By bus Do you travel to school by bus?
personal What is your favourite subject at school? Maths What school subject do you like the best?
questions. How many children are there in your class? 30 Are there 30 children in your class?
Tell me about what you usually do after I like to play with my friends. We usually play Do you like to play with your friends
school. computer games. I have dinner with my family. after school?
What do you like to do with your friends?
OK, thank you (name). Do you eat dinner with your family?
Goodbye. Goodbye.

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Test 3 Listening
Test 3 Part 1
5 questions
Listening Part 1 Listen and draw lines. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
draw lines to match names to Daisy William Nick Emma
people in a picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 8.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 48, Audio 3.1
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 48. Look at the picture
together and get students to
read the names.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students draw a line from
the names to the appropriate
people in the picture.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check answers.

Audioscript 3.1
R = Rubric
Mch = Male child
F = Female adult
Helen Jill Oliver
R Listen and look. There is 48 Test 3, Listening Part 1
one example.
Mch I went camping last
weekend. Do you want to
have a look at my photo?
F Yes, please. Did you enjoy it? Mch Oh, that’s Daisy. I think she F Did your dad go with you?
Mch Yes, we had a great time. felt cold all weekend! Mch No, he worked all weekend.
Can you see the boy who’s F Look at those boys who are F So who’s the man in the car?
playing the guitar? cooking on the fire! Mch That’s my mum and dad’s
F Which one? The one with Mch Yes, the boy who’s cooking friend, Oliver. He drove us
blond hair? sausages is my brother, there.
Mch Yes. He’s called William. Nick. The other boy’s his F Where’s your friend Emma?
We met him there. friend from school. Mch Oh, she’s taking her
R Can you see the line? This F The food looks good! rucksack out of the car.
is an example. Now you Mch Yes, it was. F Is that her with the blue
listen and draw lines. F Who are those two women? one?
F Who’s that girl who’s sitting Mch The ones who’re standing Mch No, hers is orange – it’s very
in the tent? next to the tent? heavy.
Mch There are two tents. Which F No, the ones who’re sitting F Yes, she looks unhappy!
one do you mean? on chairs next to the tree. R Now listen to Part One
F The bigger green tent. Mch Oh, those women! The one again.
Mch The girl who’s wearing with the yellow jacket’s
a scarf? my mum and the other Answer Key ➤ SB page 48
F Yes, she looks a bit cold. woman’s her friend, Jill.

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Listening

Part 2 Listening
5 questions
Listen and write. There is one example. Fch Well it’s for my school
homework. I have to find out
information about someone’s
job.
M Oh, OK.
Fch How do you spell your
surname?
M It’s W-H-I-T-E.
Fch Thank you.
R Can you see the answer?
Now you listen and write.
Fch What’s your job, Mr White?
HOMEWORK: JOB INFORMATION M I’m a cook.
Fch Oh, that’s an unusual job.
Surname: Mr White M Well ... I love food.
Fch Me too!
So do you work in a
1 Job: cook restaurant?
M No, I’ve never worked in one
2 Works in: hospital of those. I work in a hospital.
I cook the food for all the
people who are ill and for the
3 Age when started job: 21 / twenty-one doctors and nurses who work
there.
Fch Wow! That’s a lot of people.
4 Where learnt job: college M Yes. I’m always busy.
Fch How old were you when you
5 Colour of uniform: white and grey started your job?
M I was much younger than
I am now! I was twenty-one.
I remember because I started
the job the day after my
birthday.
Test 3, Listening Part 2 49 Fch And where did you learn how
to do your job? Did you go to
university?
M I didn’t need to do that.
I went to college and learned
everything there. I wasn’t a
Listening Part 2 3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and fill in the
very good student!
In this part, students listen and Fch Right. And the last question,
missing words on the form.
write words or numbers in gaps. do you wear a uniform at
4 Let students listen to the work?
■■ Warm-up recording again. Check M Yes. Everyone who works in
For suggested warm-up activities answers. the kitchens has to wear a
see Test 1 page 10. uniform. It’s white and grey.
Audioscript 3.2 I like the uniform but it’s
■■ Do the test difficult to keep clean!
Materials: SB page 49, Audio 3.2 R = Rubric Fch Yes, I’m sure! Thank you for
1 Ask students to turn to SB Fch = Female child answering my questions,
page 49. Look at the form M = Male adult Mr White.
together and get students M You’re welcome! I’m happy to
to think about what kind R Listen and look. There is one help.
of information is missing. example. R Now listen to Part Two
Fch Can I ask you some questions, again.
2 Play the recording and pause it
Mr White?
after the example. Go through Answer Key ➤ SB page 49
the example with the class. M Yes, of course, Jane. What do
you want to know?

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 3
5 questions

Listening Part 3 What sports do Anna’s friends do?


In this part, students listen and Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.
match pictures to words or names
by writing a letter in the box.

■■ Warm-up Bill G
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 12.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 50 & 51,
Betty A
Audio 3.3
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 50 & 51. Look at the list
of illustrated names and the
Richard C
set of pictures with the class.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class, Vicky E
making sure they understand
what they need to do.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and match the Sue B
illustrated names with the
pictures, A to H.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check David H
answers.

Audioscript 3.3
R = Rubric 50 Test 3, Listening Part 3

M = Male adult
Fch = Female child

R Listen and look. There M What about your best M That’s a good idea. Or how
is one example. What friend, does she do any about tennis?
sports do Anna’s sport? Fch Yes, I could play tennis
friends do?
Fch You mean Sue. She’s good with Vicky. No, sorry, she
M Why don’t you start a new at running. She runs with stopped playing tennis
sport Anna? You spend her dad every morning last year. Now she plays
too much time in your before school. But I don’t badminton. She loves
bedroom. What sports do think I have time before it and she’s won lots of
your friends do? school, and I don’t like competitions.
Fch Well, Bill loves volleyball. running races. M I liked that sport when I was
He plays it at the beach at M Well who else is there? young – but I didn’t win any
the weekend. I’ve tried it competitions! What about
Fch Do you remember my
too but I’m not very good. your other friends?
friend David? He’s the boy
R Can you see the letter ‘G’? I had guitar lessons with. Fch Betty plays hockey for the
Now you listen and write He plays golf. He goes to school team – she’s very
a letter in each box. the club next to the park. good. She started playing
We could do that together 3 years ago when she was
at the weekends.

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Listening

Listening

A B

C D

E F

G H

Test 3, Listening Part 3 51

only eight. We play it at M Well, that sounds like a


school sometimes too but I good idea.
don’t like it very much.
R Now listen to Part Three
M Does anyone play again.
baseball?
Fch Richard played baseball Answer Key ➤ SB page 50
a lot when he lived in
America but he says it’s
difficult to find people
who play it here. He plays
football now and he goes
to the school club. They
have a club for girls too.
Perhaps I could try that.
I’ll ask the sports teacher
at school tomorrow.

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 4
5 questions

Listening Part 4 Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
Where is Michael going to go with his school class?
tick the correct picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 14 & 15.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 52 & 53,
Audio 3.4 A B C ✓
1 Ask students to turn to SB
1 Where is Michael going to stay?
pages 52 & 53. Look at the five
questions together and get
students to think about what
differences they can see in
each set of pictures.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
A ✓ B C

what they need to do. 2 What is the weather going to be like?


3 Play the rest of the recording.
As students listen to the
questions, they look at each
set of pictures and tick the
correct box, A, B or C.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check
answers. A B C ✓
Test 3, Listening Part 4
Audioscript 3.4
52

R = Rubric
F = Female adult
Mch = Male child One. Where is Michael Mch No, I think it’s going to be
going to stay? cloudy and windy but not
R Listen and look. There is very cold.
F Where are you going
one example. Where is
to stay? F Well that’s better than
Michael going to go with
Mch Well, the hotels are too rain.
his school class?
expensive. Mch Yes.
F Are you going to go to the
forest with your school F Are you going to camp R Three. Which backpack is
class next week, Michael? then? Michael going to take?
Mch No, we wanted to go to Mch No, we’re going to stay on a F So have you got everything
the river grandma but farm. I think it’ll be lots of you need?
we’re going to stay in the fun! Mch I do now but I couldn’t find
mountains this time. R Two. What is the weather my blue backpack with
F That sounds fun. going to be like? the red pocket and I didn’t
F I hope the weather’s going want to use my sister’s. It’s
Mch Yes, I can’t wait!
to be warm and sunny. got spots on it!
R Can you see the tick? Now
F I see.
you listen and tick the
box.
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Listening

3 Which backpack is Michael going to take? Listening

A B ✓ C

4 When is Michael going to visit his grandma?

9th 10th 11th

A B ✓ C

5 What is Michael going to eat at his grandma’s house?

A ✓ B C

Test 3, Listening Part 4 53

Mch Mum bought me a new R Five. What is Michael


one with a footballer on going to eat at his
it – I love it! grandma’s house?
R Four. When is Michael F I’ll cook your favourite
going to visit his meal ... fish and chips!
grandma? Mch Thanks grandma but that’s
F Are you going to visit me my sister’s favourite. I
after your holiday? prefer pizza.
Mch Yes, grandma. We’ll get F Oh yes, sorry! OK, and I’ll
back on Friday. get some sausages for your
F Would you like to come for dad.
lunch on Sunday? Mch See you then!
Mch Sorry, I’m going to play R Now listen to Part Four
football that day. What again.
about Saturday?
F That’s fine. Answer Key ➤ SB pages 52 & 53

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 5
5 questions

Listening Part 5 Listen and colour and write. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
colour and write on a picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 16.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 54, Audio 3.5, sugar
coloured pencils
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 54. Look at the picture
with the class and ask them
to name items and actions in
the picture. Explain that they
will listen to instructions in
the form of a conversation
between an adult and a child.
2 Play the recording and pause
it after the example. Go
through the example with
the class. Make sure students
understand that they will
need to colour four things in
the picture, write one word.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and follow the
instructions.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check 54 Test 3, Listening Part 5
answers.

Audioscript 3.5
R = Rubric
F That’s right. Can you Mch OK, what colour?
F = Female adult colour his trousers green? F Oh, I don’t know ... red?
Mch = Male child Mch OK. Mch Yes, that’s a good colour.
R Listen and look at the R Can you see the boy’s R Two
picture. There is one green trousers? This is an
F Now, can you see the lady
example. example. Now you listen
who’s working on the
and colour and write.
F This is a picture of the computer?
One
dentist’s where I work. Mch Yes, she’s talking to an old
Do you want to colour it? F Good. Now then, the boy
man.
and girl are looking at
Mch Yes, please. F That’s right. She’s wearing
three fish.
F Can you see the little boy glasses and has got long
Mch Yes, there’s a big fish and
who’s looking at the fish? hair.
two smaller ones.
Mch Yes, he’s standing next to a Mch Yes. She looks very friendly.
F That’s right. Do you want
little girl. Can I colour her hair
to colour the big fish with
brown?
the stripes?

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Listening

F No. Colour it pink!


Mch All right! I’ve done it!
R Three
F Now I’d like you to do some
writing.
Mch OK.
F Can you see the picture on
the wall to the right of the
door?
Mch Yes, there’s a bowl and a
spoon.
F That’s right. Write the
word ‘sugar’ under ‘No’.
Mch There ... That’s it!
R Four
F Good. Can you see the
coffee table which has
some magazines on it?
Mch Yes, there are two biscuits
on it.
F Yes. I’d like you to colour
them orange.
Mch OK. There. I’ve done that.
R Five
F Right. Now I’d like you to
colour something else.
Mch Oh good. Shall I colour the
table?
F Not now. Can you see the
three pictures on the wall?
Mch The pictures of butterflies?
F Yes. I’d like you to colour
the butterfly with the
spots.
Mch OK. Shall I colour it
purple?
F That’s a good idea. It looks
very nice!
Mch Thanks!
R Now listen to Part Five
again.

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Test 3 Reading & Writing
Reading & Writing
Part 1 Reading & Writing
10 questions
Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. Reading & Writing
Part 1
There is one example.

autumn a shelf a camel fog In this part, students write


This is a season. The weather is the correct words next to the
usually warm and sunny. summer
___________ definitions.
1 This is something you usually find ■■ Warm-up
on a wall. We can put books on it. a shelf
___________
For suggested warm-up
a storm a key
2 This is a large white bird with a activities, see Test 1 page 19.
long neck. You often see it on
rivers or lakes. a swan
___________ ■■ Do the test
3 This is cloud just above the ground Materials: SB page 55
which makes it difficult to see. fog
___________ 1 Ask students to turn to
a swan a swing SB page 55. Look at the 15
4 This is very bad weather when there
is a lot of wind, rain or snow. a storm
___________ individual words and get
students to think about what
5 This is the part of the year that
comes before winter. autumn
___________ they mean.
2 Ask students to read through
6 This is an insect with large wings.
ice
a butterfly summer
They can be many different colours. ___________ the ten definitions. Look at the
example together.
7 money
You need this to buy things in shops. ___________
3 Ask students to match the
8 This is made of metal and you can definitions with the correct
use it to open doors. a key
___________ words. Remind them to copy
magazines 9 People often read these to find out a butterfly the words carefully.
about their favourite singers or actors. magazines
___________ 4 Check answers.
10 This animal can carry heavy things
and can walk for a long time Answer Key ➤ SB page 55
without water. a camel
___________

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 2
5 questions

Reading & Writing Robert is talking to his friend, Harry. What does Harry say?

Part 2 Read the conversation and choose the best answer.


Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.
In this part, students read a
You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.
dialogue and select the correct
response. Example

■ Warm-up Robert: Did you see that TV programme about the most dangerous
For suggested warm-up animals in the world?
activities, see Test 1 page 20. Harry: E
■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 56 & 57 Questions
1 Ask students to turn to SB 1 Robert: Did you like it?
pages 56 & 57. Look at the
gapped dialogue together and Harry: H
get students to think about
what could go in the gaps. 2 Robert: Did you see the part about the octopus?

2 Ask students to read the Harry: G


missing lines of the dialogue,
options A–H. 3 Robert: Which part did you like best?
3 Ask students to choose the
appropriate line of dialogue Harry: D
from the options given and
4 Robert: Did you see the man who swam with sharks?
to write the correct letter in
the space provided. Remind A
Harry:
them that there are two extra
lines of dialogue that are not 5 Robert: I’d like to swim with dolphins.
needed. Encourage students
to read through the dialogue, Harry: C
quietly to themselves, to check
that it makes sense. 56 Test 3, Reading & Writing Part 2

4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 56

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

A Yes, he was very brave.

B Whales are bigger than sharks.

C Yes, I’d like that too!

D I don’t know. It’s difficult to


choose.

E Yes, I did. (Example)

F That’s wonderful!

G No, I hate them so I didn’t watch


that part.

H Oh, yes. It was great.

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 3
6 questions

Reading & Writing Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next
to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Part 3
In this part, students choose and
copy missing words from a story
and then choose the best title.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 22.

■■ Do the test Example


Materials: SB pages 58 & 59 called street making quickly upstairs
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 58 & 59. Look at the when opened wood fire said
picture together and get
students to think about the called
My name’s Tom and I have a dog Buster. One day last
topic of the story.
2 Look at the example with summer I was watching TV in my house (1) when Buster ran into
the class and make sure they
the living room. I knew that something was wrong because Buster was jumping up
understand that they need to
fill the gaps in the text from and down and (2) making a lot of noise. When I asked Buster, “What
the words in the box. Remind
students that there are more is wrong?”, he started running to the front door. I followed him outside. He wanted
words than they need. to get out of our garden so I followed him into the (3) street .
3 Ask students to fill in the
five gaps in the story and to He stood in front of the house next to ours. Buster started making a lot of
choose the best title for the noise again. Then I saw what the problem was. I could see a (4) fire
story from the three options.
4 Check answers.
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Answer Key ➤ SB pages 58 & 59

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

through the kitchen window. I ran back home and called my mum. My mum phoned

for help and a fire engine soon arrived. The old woman who lives in the house wasn’t

hurt. She was (5) upstairs when the firefighters arrived.

That night I gave Buster a big bowl of his favourite food!

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box

An exciting summer

The old lady and the terrible fire

My clever dog ✓

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 4
10 questions
Reading & Writing Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Part 4
In this part, students complete a Mount Everest
text by selecting and copying the
correct words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 24 & 25.
the
■■ Do the test Example Mount Everest is highest mountain in the
Materials: SB pages 60 & 61 1 world. The mountain is between two countries,
1 Ask students to turn to SB 2 Nepal and China. Every year many men and
pages 60 & 61. Look at the 3 women try to climb Mount Everest. It is not easy
picture and get students
to climb a big mountain and many people don’t get to the top.
to think about the topic of
the text. 4 It snows a lot on Mount Everest and so you
2 Go through the example. need to wear warm clothes like socks and gloves made of wool.
3 Ask students to read the 5 There are no roads or cars on the way up the
text and then read the word 6 mountain so people need to carry everything . Some
options.
people use animals called ‘Yaks’ to help them carry things. Yaks are
4 Ask students to complete the
gaps with a word. 7 like cows and have lots of fur. Their fur helps
them keep warm in the snow.
5 Check answers.
8 People who climb the mountain need to take a tent
Answer Key ➤ SB page 60 with them because they will need to somewhere to sleep at night.
9 They also need to carry food in their rucksacks.
10 It takes many days to climb Mount Everest.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Example a the an
1 between under behind
2 but and so
3 easy easier easiest

4 to on of

5 are is were
6 everywhere everyone everything

7 lots many much

8 what who which

9 They Them Their


10 take taking takes

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 5
7 questions
Reading & Writing Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the
sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Part 5
In this part, students complete The wrong suitcase
sentences about a story using
one, two, three or four words.

■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 26.

■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 62 & 63
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 62 & 63. Look at the
picture and get students Last month, Harry went on holiday with his mum and dad. They went to a cheap
to think about the topic of hotel by the sea for a week. Harry was very happy because they were travelling by
plane. It was Harry’s first time in a plane. When they landed at the airport, Harry
the story.
and his parents went to get their suitcases. His parents had a big red suitcase and
2 Ask students to read the Harry had a small one with black stripes.
story and then read the
sentences. Then ask students Then they took a taxi to their hotel. Harry thought the hotel was excellent because
to underline the parts of it had a very big swimming pool. Harry wanted to go for a swim before he did
anything else. He went to his room and opened his suitcase to get his swimming
the story that give them the
shorts. Harry was very surprised when he opened his suitcase. It was full of dresses!
information they need to It wasn’t Harry’s suitcase! His mum found a name and phone number in the suitcase
complete the sentences. and she called the number. The woman on the phone said she had Harry’s suitcase.
3 Look at the example with
the class and make sure they That afternoon Harry and his parents met the woman. She was very happy to get
her suitcase back and she wanted to thank them. The woman was very rich and the
understand that they need to
next day Harry and his parents had lunch with her – on her boat! It was Harry’s
fill the gapped sentences using best holiday!
between one and four words.
Remind students that the
words they will need to use 62 Test 3, Reading & Writing Part 5
will be in the story but may
not be in the same order as
the sentence.
4 Ask students to complete the
gapped sentences.
5 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 63

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Reading & Writing

Examples Reading & Writing


Harry and his parents went on holiday last month .

Their hotel, which was next to the sea , was cheap.

Questions

1 Harry felt happy about travelling by plane.

2 Harry and his parents got their suitcases when they landed
at the airport.

3 Harry’s suitcase was small and had black stripes .

4 They travelled to the hotel by taxi .

5 Harry liked the hotel because it had a swimming pool .


6 Harry found dresses in his suitcase.

7 Harry and his parents had lunch on the woman’s boat.

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Test 3

Test 3 Part 6
5 questions

Reading & Writing Read the letter and write the missing words. Write one word on each line.

Part 6
In this part, students complete
a text with words of their own
choice.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 28.
Dear Jane,
■■ Do the test Example How are you? I can’t wait for you to come
Materials: SB page 64
and visit next weekend. My mum is going to take us to
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 64. Look at the gapped 1 the zoo on Saturday. My brother’s been
text together and get students there before and he says it’s great! On Saturday night we
to think about what sort of 2 can go to the cinema. There’s a funny
words are missing.
3 film that I think you will like. On Sunday
2 Look at the example together
and ask students to identify 4 we can play golf in the park.
whether it is a noun, verb, 5 The weather is very hot and sunny here so bring
adjective, etc. your summer clothes!
3 Ask students to complete
each gap in the text with the See you soon,
missing word.
Alex
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 64

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Reading & Writing

Part 7 Reading & Writing


1 question
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20-30 words. but they must say what is
happening in the pictures.
5 Check sentences together.
Students can be given marks
out of 5. Give 3 marks or more
for stories which relate to
the pictures and which we
can clearly understand. (NB
Accuracy is not important
unless it means we cannot
understand the story.) Write
the best sentence for each
picture on the board to make a
good, complete version of the
story.

Answer Key
Sample answer:
Jill and Oliver had tickets to go
to see a rock music concert.
They arrived at the stadium
but Jill could not find her
ticket. Then a boy found her
ticket on the floor and Jill was
happy.

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Reading & Writing 2 Ask students to think about


the topic of the story. Then
Part 7 check they can name the
In this part, students have to items or scenes in the
write a short story based on pictures, e.g. tickets, rock music,
three pictures. concert, stadium.
3 Discuss with the class the
■ Warm-up relationship between the
For suggested warm-up activities, characters in the story, Do
see Test 1 page 29. they know each other? Are they
related? Then ask what they
■ Do the test think is happening in each
Materials: SB page 65
separate picture.
1 Ask students to turn to SB
4 Ask students to write one
page 65. Look at the pictures
sentence for each picture.
with the class. Ask the class
Remind them they must write
where the scene is, e.g. at a
20–30 words in total. Students
stadium.
can write more than this

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Test 3
Test 3
Speaking
Test 3

Speaking Part 1
In this part, students identify
and describe differences
between two pictures.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 31.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 66, TG page
136
1 Ask students some general
introductory questions, e.g.
What’s your surname? How old
are you?

FLYERS SPEAKING. Find the Differences – Candidate’s copy


2 Ask students to turn to SB
page 66. Give them time
to look at the picture.
3 Turn to the Examiner’s copy
(TG page 136). Allow students
to look at it briefly.
4 Make statements about your
copy of the picture. Encourage
the student to say how
their picture is different. For
example, In my picture, there are
two horses. (In my picture, there
are three.)

Answer Key
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3 there are five cows / four
cows
4 puppy is drinking water /
dog is drinking water
5 frogs are sitting on bigger
rock / frogs are on smaller
rock
6 farmer wearing a black
hat / farmer wearing a
brown hat
7 one duck / two ducks in
the water

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Speaking

Speaking

Speaking Part 2
In this part, students ask and
answer questions using cues.

■■ Warm-up

?
?
?
?
?
For suggested warm-up activities,

How many children


see Test 1 pages 32 & 33.

Katy’s sports class

What sport / learn


What time / start
■■ Do the test

Teacher’s name
Materials: SB page 67,

What day
TG page 137
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 67. Give them time to
look at the pictures and the
tables.
2 Look at the Examiner’s

FLYERS SPEAKING. Information Exchange – Candidate’s copy


copy (TG page 137). Ask the
students questions about the
information they have, e.g.
I don’t know anything about
Tuesday
Mr Butt

hockey
George’s sports class. What’s the
2:15
25

teacher’s name? (Mr Butt).


3 Now encourage the students
George’s sports class

How many children

to ask you similar questions,


What sport / learn
What time / start

e.g. What day is Katy’s sports


Teacher’s name

class on?
What day

Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame


page 67

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Test 3
Test 3

Speaking Part 3
In this part, students continue a
story by describing the pictures
in sequence.
■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 33 & 34.

3
■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 68
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 68. Give them time to

5
look at the pictures first.
2 Tell them the title and then
describe the first picture, e.g.
These pictures tell a story.
It’s called ‘The birthday’. A

2
woman is having breakfast. etc.
3 Encourage students to
continue the story by

FLYERS SPEAKING. Picture Story


describing the other pictures
in turn. If necessary prompt

4
them with a question.
The birthday

Dad Mum
Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame
page 83
1

Speaking Part 4
In this part, students answer
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■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 34.
■■ Do the test
Materials: None
1 Ask students several questions
about themselves, their family
or friends. They need only give
simple answers, i.e. a phrase
or a short sentence.
Now let’s talk about food.
What is your favourite food?
Who does most of the cooking
at home?
What time do you usually eat
dinner?
etc.

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Speaking
Speaking frame (Timing = 5–7 minutes)
What to do What to say Answer from candidate Back-up question if necessary
Hello …, my name’s ... What’s your name? Hello (Clare)
What’s your family name? (Fischer) What’s your last name?
How old are you? (11) Are you (11)?
1 Show candidate both Find the Here are two pictures. My picture is nearly
differences pictures. the same as yours but some things are
Point to the lake in each different.
picture, showing that in one For example, in my picture there is a tree
picture there is a tree but in next to the farmer but in your picture there
the other picture there isn’t. isn’t.
I’m going to say something about my
picture. You tell me how your picture is Point to the other differences which
different. the student does not mention.
In my picture, there are two horses. In my picture, there are three horses. Are there two horses?
In my picture, the boy is holding a toy cat. In my picture, the boy is holding a toy Is the boy holding a toy cat?
chicken.
In my picture, there are five cows. In my picture, there are four cows. Are there five cows?
In my picture, the puppy is drinking water In my picture, the dog is drinking Is the puppy drinking water from a
from a bowl. water from a bowl. bowl?
In my picture, the frogs are sitting on the In my picture, the frogs are sitting on Are the frogs sitting on the bigger rock?
bigger rock. the smaller rock.
In my picture, the farmer is wearing a In my picture, the farmer is wearing a Is the farmer wearing a black hat?
black hat. brown hat.
2 Point to both candidate’s and George and Katy both have sports lessons
examiner’s copies. at school. I don’t know anything about
Point to the picture of the boy George’s sports class but you do. So I’m
before asking the questions. going to ask you some questions. Point to the information if necessary.
What is David’s sports teacher called? Mr Butt
What day is David’s sports lesson? Tuesday
What time does the lesson start? 2:15
How many children are in David’s class? 25
What sport is David’s class learning to Hockey
play?
Point to the picture of the girl. Now you don’t know anything about Katy’s
sports class, so you ask me some questions.
(Miss Keen) What is Katy’s sports teacher called? Point to the information if necessary.
(Friday) What day is Katy’s sports lesson?
(1:45) What time does the lesson start?
(28) How many children are in Katy’s class?
(Volleyball) What sport is Katy’s class learning
to play?
3 Point to the picture story. These pictures tell a story. It’s called 2 – The man and children are waving What are the man and the children
Allow time to look at ‘The birthday’. Just look at the pictures goodbye to the woman. doing?
the pictures. first. A woman is having breakfast The woman is going to work. She Where is the woman going?
with her family. She looks sad because still looks unhappy.
she thinks her family has forgotten her 3 – The man and the children have What have the man and the children
birthday. made a cake. The man is taking the made?
Now you tell the story. cake out of the oven.
4 – The man and the children are What is the man doing?
getting the room ready for the What are the children doing?
birthday party. The man is putting
cups on the table and the children are
putting presents on the table.
5 – The woman has come home What has the woman just done?
from work. She has just opened the How does the woman feel?
door. She looks very happy and very Are there any other people at the
surprised. There are lots of people at party?
the party.
4 Put away all pictures. Now let’s talk about food.
Ask a few personal questions. What is your favourite food? Pizza Is pizza your favourite food?
Who does most of the cooking at home? My mum Does your mum do most of the cooking?
What time do you usually eat dinner? At 6 o’clock Do you usually eat dinner at 6 o’clock?
Where in your house do you usually eat In our kitchen Do you usually eat your meals in the
meals? kitchen?
Tell me about your favourite place to eat. My favourite restaurant is Mario’s. Do you have a favourite restaurant
I usually eat pasta. We go there for or café? What do you like to eat there?
OK, thank you (name).
my birthday. When do you eat there?
Goodbye.
Goodbye.

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Test 4 Listening
Test 4 Part 1
5 questions

Listening Part 1 Listen and draw lines. There is one example.


In this part, students listen and
draw lines to match names to Michael Sue Harry Lucy
people in a picture.
■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 8.
■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 70, Audio 4.1
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 70. Look at the picture
together and get students to
read the names.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students draw a line from
the names to the appropriate
people in the picture.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check answers.
Audioscript 4.1
R = Rubric
Mch = Male child
F = Female adult
R Listen and look. There is one David Richard Anna
example. 70 Test 4, Listening Part 1
Mch I went to a birthday party last
week. I took this photo!
F Yes, it’s lovely. Did you have a
good time?
F And who are those two boys his cake? He looks very
Mch Yes. Can you see the boy with playing with the balloons? unhappy!
the blond hair who’s eating
Mch Oh, the shorter one is my Mch He’s my cousin Richard. He’s
birthday cake?
brother, Harry. only three.
F The boy with a monster on his
F And the taller one? F Was your sister at the party?
T-shirt?
Mch That’s his new friend from Is that her who’s talking to
Mch Yes, well, he’s my cousin. the women?
the football club. I can’t
He’s called David. It was his
remember his name. Mch No, she’s the girl who’s taking
birthday.
F And the woman with long a photo.
R Can you see the line? This is
brown hair, who’s she? F Oh, yes. Is she the girl
an example. Now you listen
Mch The woman cutting the cake? that’s standing next to the
and draw lines.
F Yes. armchair?
F It looks like a fun party! Who
Mch That’s my aunt. Her name’s Mch Yes, that’s right. She’s called
are the two babies under the
Sue. She makes the best Anna. She got that camera for
table? Do you know their
cakes! her birthday – she’s going to
names?
be a photographer!
Mch I don’t know the one on the F Oh, did she make the birthday
cake? R Now listen to Part One
left but the one on the right
Mch Yes. It looks lovely! again.
who’s holding a doll is called
Lucy. She was very funny! F Who’s the boy who’s dropped Answer Key ➤ SB page 70

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Listening

Part 2 Listening
5 questions
Listen and write. There is one example. M Oh, hello. My son needs to see
a dentist please.
F OK. Has your son been here
before?
M Yes, he has.
F Right. Can I take his name
then please?
M Yes, it’s Sam North.
F ... North. OK. Thank you.
R Can you see the answer?
Now you listen and write.
SAM’S PROBLEM F And what’s the address
please?
Name: Sam North M It’s number two, Seton Street.
F Could you spell that for me
1 Address: 2 Seton Street please?
M Yes, of course. It’s S-E-T-O-N.

2 Age: 13 / thirteen F Thank you. Now, how old is


your son?
M He’s 12. Oh, no actually he’s
3 Problem: his front teeth hurt just had his birthday.
F So he’s 13 years old then?
4 Day problem started: Sunday M Yes, that’s right. Sorry.
F OK. And what’s the problem
5 See dentist at: 5.45 / five forty-five p.m. with your son?
M His front teeth hurt. He was
playing baseball with some
friends and the ball hit him
in the mouth. It hurts a lot
and he doesn’t want to eat
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F Oh dear. And when did this
happen? Did the problem
start today?

Listening Part 2 3 Play the rest of the recording.


Students listen and fill in the
M No, it happened at the
weekend, on Saturday, no
In this part, students listen and sorry, Sunday. Yes, his teeth
missing words on the form.
write words or numbers in gaps. started to hurt that evening
4 Let students listen to the
■■ Warm-up recording again. Check
when he came home.
For suggested warm-up activities F All right. Well, the dentist can
answers. see your son this afternoon at
see Test 1 page 10.
Audioscript 4.2 4 p.m.
■■ Do the test M I’ll still be at work then. Do
Materials: SB page 71, Audio 4.2 R = Rubric you have anything later than
1 Ask students to turn to SB F = Female adult that?
page 71. Look at the form M = Male adult F Let me see. Yes, the dentist
together and get students can see him at 5:45 p.m. if
to think about what kind of R Listen and look. There is one that’s better? I’m afraid we
example. don’t have anything else.
information is missing.
F Good morning. Rushmore M That’s fine. Thanks very much.
2 Play the recording and pause it
Dentist’s Surgery. How can I R Now listen to Part Two again.
after the example. Go through help you?
the example with the class. Answer Key ➤ SB page 71

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Test 4

Test 4 Part 3
5 questions

Listening Part 3 What does each of these people like about their job?
In this part, students listen Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.
and match pictures to words or
names by writing a letter in the
box.
Betty F
■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 12.

■ Do the test William A


Materials: SB pages 72 & 73,
Audio 4.3
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 72 & 73. Look at the list
Robert G
of illustrated names and the
set of pictures with the class.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through Frank B
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
what they need to do.
3 Play the rest of the recording. Sally E
Students listen and match the
illustrated names with the
pictures, A to H.
4 Let students listen to the Emma D
recording again. Check
answers.

Audioscript 4.3
72 Test 4, Listening Part 3
R = Rubric
M = Male adult
Fch = Female child
better. Her job sounds very Fch It was your friend Sally,
R Listen and look. There is interesting. you know ... the artist.
one example. What does R Can you see the letter ‘F’? She said she loved
each of these people like Now you listen and write painting when she was
about their job? a letter in each box. little and won lots of
M What did you do at school competitions. She paints
M Who else did you meet?
today, Sarah? pictures of everything …
Fch Well, next was Frank. the countryside, people,
Fch We talked to different He’s a mechanic. He
people about their jobs. flowers … but she likes
loves driving and he loves painting animals best.
They told us what they working with cars and
liked and didn’t like M Did anyone have an
motorbikes. He also reads
doing. The first one was unusual job?
magazines about them! He
Betty. She’s a journalist. has to start work early in Fch Yes, next we talked to
She started working at a the morning but he doesn’t an astronaut. His name
newspaper but now she like that! was William. He was very
writes stories in a popular funny. He doesn’t like
magazine. She likes that M Who was the third person?
travelling by plane because

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Listening

Listening

A B

C D

E F

G H

Test 4, Listening Part 3 73

he feels afraid! What he Emma. She was very


does like about his job friendly. She doesn’t like
is seeing the stars and working outside. She
planets in the sky. prefers working inside, in
M That is an interesting job. an office. I think that’s a
good job too!
Fch After that, we met Robert.
He’s a footballer and he R Now listen to Part Three
plays for the town team. again.
He didn’t go to university
Answer Key ➤ SB page 72
or have to study but he
runs every day and plays
matches twice a week. He
likes scoring goals best.
M Really? That sounds fun
too. Was that everyone?
Fch No, we also met a
businesswoman called

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Test 4

Test 4 Part 4
5 questions

Listening Part 4 Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
Which castle did Daisy go to?
tick the correct picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 14 & 15.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 74 & 75,
Audio 4.4 A B ✓ C
1 Ask students to turn to SB
1 Who is Daisy’s best friend?
pages 74 & 75. Look at the five
questions together and get
students to think about what
differences they can see in
each set of pictures.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
A B C ✓
what they need to do. 2 What was Daisy’s favourite animal at the zoo?
3 Play the rest of the recording.
As students listen to the
questions, they look at each
set of pictures and tick the
correct box, A, B or C.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check
answers. A ✓ B C

Audioscript 4.4 74 Test 4, Listening Part 4

R = Rubric
M = Male adult
Fch = Female child One. Who is Daisy’s best Fch Yes, we had a great time.
friend? We saw some funny
R Listen and look. There camels!
Fch I went with my best friend!
is one example. Which
M Who’s that? M Were they your favourite?
castle did Daisy go to?
Fch Ann. She’s got blonde curly Fch Usually the giraffes are
M Hi, Daisy. What did you do
hair. I think last time you my favourite but this time
yesterday?
saw her she had long hair I thought the kangaroos
Fch I went to the castle, were the best because they
but now it’s short.
grandpa. had little babies.
M Oh, yes, Ann.
M The castle opposite the M Great!
park? R Two. What was Daisy’s
favourite animal at the R Three. Which hat did
Fch That closed a long time Daisy buy?
zoo?
ago! It’s opposite the zoo.
Fch Then, we visited the zoo in Fch It was very sunny yesterday
M Oh yes, I remember now. – and I forgot my hat!
the afternoon.
R Can you see the tick? Now M Oh dear!
M Did you have a good time?
you listen and tick the
box.

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Listening

3 Which hat did Daisy buy? Listening

A B ✓ C

4 What did Daisy find at the bookshop?

A B C ✓
5 What time did Daisy leave the zoo?

A ✓ B C

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Fch I bought this new hat with R Five. What time did Daisy
pink flowers on it and leave the zoo?
my friend bought a pink M Did you stay at the zoo all
spotted one. afternoon?
M Lovely! I think it’s nicer Fch Yes! It closes at 6:15 and
than your old yellow one. we left at 5:45. I think we
R Four. What did Daisy find were the last people to
at the zoo shop? leave!
Fch I found something on the M So were you home for
floor at the zoo shop. dinner?
M Was it someone’s keys? Fch Yes, we were home at 6:45.
Fch No it was a watch! It R Now listen to Part Four
looked expensive! again.
M What did you do?
Answer Key ➤ SB pages 74 & 75
Fch I took it to the ticket office.

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Test 4

Test 4 Part 5
5 questions

Listening Part 5 Listen and colour and write. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
colour and write on a picture. Salt
■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 16.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 76, Audio 4.5,
coloured pencils
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 76. Look at the picture
with the class and ask them
to name items and actions in
the picture. Explain that they
will listen to instructions in
the form of a conversation
between an adult and a child.
2 Play the recording and pause
it after the example. Go
through the example with
the class. Make sure students
understand that they will need
to colour four things in the
picture and write one word.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and follow the
instructions.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check 76 Test 4, Listening Part 5
answers.

Audioscript 4.5
R = Rubric
F That’s right. Can you Mch OK, what colour?
Mch = Male child colour her T-shirt red? F Oh, I don’t know, yellow?
F = Female adult Mch OK. Mch That’s an unusual colour!
R Listen and look at the R Can you see the woman’s R Two
picture. red T-shirt? This is an
F Now, can you see the
There is one example. example. Now you listen
waiter who’s walking out
and colour and write.
Mch I like that picture. It’s of the door?
funny! One
Mch Yes, he’s wearing glasses.
F Can you colour it for me F Good. Now then, there are
F That’s right, and he’s
then? two women who’re holding
carrying a bowl of soup.
boxes of vegetables.
Mch Yes, please. What shall I Mch Yes. Do you want me to
colour first? Mch Yes, the woman on the
colour it?
right’s taller and she’s got
F Can you see the woman F Yes – can you colour it
carrots in her box.
who’s washing the plates? orange?
F That’s right. Do you want
Mch Yes, she’s got long curly Mch OK. I’ve done it!
to colour the shorter
hair.
woman’s tights?

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R Three
F Can you see the small bag?
Mch Yes, it’s on top of the
fridge where the woman is
washing the plates.
F That’s right. Well, can you
write the word SALT on it?
Mch I’m doing that now.
F Right.
R Four
F Good. Can you see the two
cooks?
Mch Yes, they’re both wearing
funny hats!
F Well, one of the cooks is
looking at the waiter who
has dropped some glasses.
Mch Oh yes, he looks very
angry!
F Can you colour his hat
blue.
Mch Yes, OK.
R Five
F Right. Can you see the
spoons that are on the
wall?
Mch Oh yes, there are three.
Shall I colour them?
F Not all of them, just the
one on the right next to
the clock.
Mch OK. What colour?
F You can choose.
Mch OK. I’ll colour it purple.
F That’s a good idea. It looks
good!
R Now listen to Part Five
again.

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Test 4 Reading & Writing
Reading & Writing
Part 1 Reading & Writing
10 questions
Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. Reading & Writing
Part 1
There is one example.

an actor caves an engineer deserts In this part, students write the


correct words next to the
You wear this around your neck when definitions.
it is cold. a scarf
___________
1 These are very rich women who ■■ Warm-up
sometimes live in castles. queens
___________ For suggested warm-up
a uniform a belt
2 You wear this so that your trousers activities, see Test 1 page 19.
don’t fall down. a belt
___________
■■ Do the test
3 This person works in an office and Materials: SB page 77
often answers the phone. a secretary
___________
1 Ask students to turn to
a scarf 4 These are large, hot places where it a hill SB page 77. Look at the 15
doesn’t rain a lot. deserts
___________
individual words and get
5 You can find these in mountains. students to think about what
Animals like bears live in them. caves
___________ they mean.
6 This is something you can climb 2 Ask students to read through
queens which isn’t as high as a mountain. a hill
___________ an umbrella the ten definitions. Look at the
7 These are clothes that people often example together.
wear for their job. a uniform
___________ 3 Ask students to match the
8 We use this part of our body to definitions with the correct
smell things. a nose
___________ words. Remind them to copy
a pyramid 9 Girls or boys can wear these. They are a leg the words carefully.
shorts
good in the summer when it’s hot. ___________ 4 Check answers.
10 You can see this person in the cinema
or the theatre. an actor
___________ Answer Key ➤ SB page 77

shorts a secretary a nose

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Test 4 Part 2
5 questions

Reading & Writing Jane is talking to her friend, Alex. What does Alex say?

Part 2 Read the conversation and choose the best answer.


Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.
In this part, students read a
dialogue and select the correct You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.
response. Example

■■ Warm-up Jane: Hi, Alex. Have you met the new girl in your class yet?
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 20. Alex: D

■■ Do the test Questions


Materials: SB pages 78 & 79
1 Ask students to turn to SB 1 Jane: Do you know where she comes from?
pages 78 & 79. Look at the
gapped dialogue together and Alex: H
get students to think about
what could go in the gaps. 2 Jane: Has she got any brothers or sisters?

2 Ask students to read the Alex: B


missing lines of the dialogue,
options A–H. 3 Jane: Does she know anyone at the school?
3 Ask students to choose the
appropriate line of dialogue Alex: C
from the options given and
4 Jane: We should ask her to sit with us at lunchtime.
to write the correct letter in
the space provided. Remind G
Alex:
them that there are two extra
lines of dialogue that are not 5 Jane: OK. Shall I meet you both at lunchtime then?
needed. Encourage students
to read through the dialogue, Alex: E
quietly to themselves, to check
that it makes sense. 78 Test 4, Reading & Writing Part 2

4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 78

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

A There’s a new girl in my class.

B No, she hasn’t.

C No, I don’t think she has any


friends here.

D Yes, her name’s Daisy. (Example)

E OK – great! See you later.

F No, she didn’t.

G That’s a good idea.

H She’s from a village in the


mountains.

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Test 4 Part 3
6 questions

Reading & Writing Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next
to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Part 3
In this part, students choose and
copy missing words from a story
and then choose the best title.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 22.

■■ Do the test Example


Materials: SB pages 80 & 81 interesting made museum visit gave
1 Ask students to open their
SB at pages 80 & 81. Look at went tree money airport took
the picture together and get
students to think about the interesting
My name’s Harry. Last week something very happened to me.
topic of the story.
2 Look at the example with I went to visit my grandma after school. It was my grandma’s birthday and we
the class and make sure they took
gave her a pear tree for her garden. I (1) the tree into the
understand that they need to
fill the gaps in the text from garden and put it in the ground. It was hard work and I got very dirty.
the words in the box. Remind
students that there are more Suddenly I saw something in the ground. It was some (2) money .
words than they need.
I took it inside and showed it to my mum and grandma. They said, “It looks
3 Ask students to fill in the
five gaps in the story and to very old! You should take it to the (3) museum .”
choose the best title for the
story from the three options.
4 Check answers.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

The next day I (4) went to town with the old money. The manager

at the museum looked very surprised when he saw the money and said, “This is

very, very old. Can we keep it in the museum?” “Of course,” I said. The manager

thanked me and (5) gave me free family tickets to the museum.

I can’t wait to go back to grandma’s garden to look for more old treasure!

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box

Grandma’s birthday

Treasure in the garden ✓


The trip to town

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Test 4 Part 4
10 questions

Reading & Writing Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Part 4
Life under the sea
In this part, students complete a
text by selecting and copying the
correct words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 24 & 25.
about
■■ Do the test Example We still have a lot to learn life under the
Materials: SB pages 82 & 83 1 sea. Do you know that more people go into
1 Ask students to turn to SB space than visit the bottom of our biggest oceans!
pages 82 & 83. Look at the 2 The biggest animals that live in the sea are
picture and get students whales. Blue whales are the biggest kind and
3
to think about the topic of
the text. they are much bigger than any dinosaurs that ever lived!

2 Go through the example. 4 A lot of the fish we eat comes from the sea.
3 Ask students to read the 5 Fishing in the sea is both a job and a hobby in
text and then read the word countries all over the world. When people think of the most
options. 6 dangerous fish in the sea, they usually think of
4 Ask students to complete the because
7 sharks. Most people are afraid of sharks of
gaps with a word.
8 stories in books and films. There are more than
5 Check answers.
350 different kinds of sharks but only a few are dangerous to man.
Answer Key ➤ SB page 82 9 Dolphins also live in the sea and most people
10 love to see them. Dolphins are very friendly and
clever and often enjoy swimming with people.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Example about for with


1 much more many

2 where what that


3 the a an

4 under to from
5 both all any

6 never usually once


7 than because so
8 There These They

9 lives living live


10 have see are

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Test 4 Part 5
7 questions

Reading & Writing Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the
sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Part 5
In this part, students complete Dinosaur fun!
sentences about a story using
one, two, three or four words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 26.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 84 & 85
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 84 & 85. Look at the
picture and get students to My name’s Katy and I love sweets! My favourite ones are called ‘Dinosaur Sweets’.
Each sweet looks like a dinosaur and they taste of different kinds of fruit. Last month
think about the topic of the
I visited my grandpa and he bought me a big bag of dinosaur sweets. On the back of
story. the bag it said there was a competition. For the competition, you had to paint a pic-
2 Ask students to read the ture of a dinosaur. I love painting and so I got my paints out and designed a picture.
story and then read the My dinosaur was blue and purple and had big orange teeth! I sent my picture to the
sentences. Then ask students address on the bag of sweets the next day.
to underline the parts of
I forgot about the competition and then three weeks later a woman phoned me.
the story that give them the She said, “I have some good news for you. You have won the painting competition!”
information they need to I couldn’t believe it! It was a big surprise!
complete the sentences.
3 Look at the example with I won lots of great things. They sent me a Dinosaur backpack, T-shirt and pencil
case for my prize. They also invited me and my family to visit the factory where
the class and make sure they
they make the sweets. It was very exciting and they gave me and my sister lots
understand that they need to of sweets! The best thing is that my picture is now on the front of every bag of
fill the gapped sentences using Dinosaur Sweets!
between one and four words.
Remind students that the
words they will need to use 84 Test 4, Reading & Writing Part 5
will be in the story but may
not be in the same order as
the sentence.
4 Ask students to complete the
gapped sentences.
5 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 85

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Reading & Writing

Examples Reading & Writing


Dinosaur Sweets are Katy’s favourite sweets.

Every sweet tastes of a different kind of fruit and looks like a dinosaur .

Questions

1 Katy’s grandpa bought her a big bag of Dinosaur Sweets.

2 Katy designed / painted a picture of a dinosaur for the competition.


3 The dinosaur in the picture had big orange teeth .

4 There was an address on the bag of sweets which Katy


sent her painting to.

5 A woman phoned Katy three weeks after she sent her picture.
a dinosaur
6 Katy won a pencil case, a T-shirt and backpack .
7 Katy thought that the visit to the factory was very exciting .

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Test 4 Part 6
5 questions

Reading & Writing Read the diary and write the missing words. Write one word on each line.

Part 6
In this part, students complete WORLD MAP

a text with words of their own


choice.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 28.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 86 Monday 4th September
1 Ask students to turn to SB Example I met my new Geography teacher today. She’s called
page 86. Look at the gapped
Miss Reece and she’s very different to our old teacher!
text together and get students
to think about what sort of 1 She doesn’t like anyone speaking in the class / classroom .
words are missing. 2 We all have to stand up when / if she comes
2 Look at the example together in the room. The boys in my class don’t like her because they
and ask students to identify be
3 can’t naughty any more!
whether it is a noun, verb,
adjective, etc. 4 The lesson today was about storms. It was
3 Ask students to complete 5 very interesting. The only problem with
each gap in the text with the Miss Reece is that she gives us too much homework!
missing word.
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 86

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Part 7 Reading & Writing
1 question
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20 or more words. but they must say what is
happening in the pictures.
5 Check sentences together.
Students can be given marks
out of 5. Give 3 marks or more
for stories which relate to
the pictures and which we
can clearly understand. (NB
Accuracy is not important
unless it means we cannot
understand the story.) Write
the best sentence for each
picture on the board to make a
good, complete version of the
story.

Answer Key
Sample answer:
Sophia was walking along the
road and she saw some money
on the path. She took the
money to a police officer. The
man who owned the money
came running and the police
officer said thank you to her.

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Reading & Writing 2 Ask them to think about the


topic of the story. Then check
Part 7 they can name the items or
In this part, students have to scenes in the pictures, e.g.
write a short story based on money, police officer.
three pictures. 3 Discuss with the class the
relationship between the
■ Warm-up characters in the story, e.g. Do
For suggested warm-up activities, they know each other? Are they
see Test 1 page 29. related? Then ask what they
think is happening in each
■ Do the test separate picture.
Materials: SB page 87
4 Ask students to write one
1 Ask students to turn to SB
sentence for each picture.
page 87. Look at the pictures
Remind them they must write
with the class. Ask the class
20–30 words in total. Students
where the scene is taking
can write more than this
place, e.g. on the street.

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Test 4
Test 4
Speaking
Test 4

Speaking Part 1
In this part, students identify
and describe differences
between two pictures.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 31.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 88, TG page
138
1 Ask students some general
introductory questions, e.g.
What’s your surname? How old
are you?

FLYERS SPEAKING. Find the Differences – Candidate’s copy


2 Ask students to turn to SB
page 88. Give them time to
look at the picture.
3 Turn to the Examiner’s copy
(TG page 138). Allow students
to look at it briefly.
4 Make statements about
your copy of the picture.
Encourage the student to say
how their picture is different.
For example, In my picture, it’s
11:25. (In my picture, it’s 10:25.)

Answer Key
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uniform / he’s wearing a


grey uniform
3 man buying a drink is
wearing a green hat / brown
hat
4 the boy who’s eating a
banana is standing next to
a suitcase / the boy who’s
eating a banana is sitting on
the suitcase
5 girl who’s waving has curly
hair / has straight hair
6 old man has got a white
moustache / has got a white
beard

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Speaking
Speaking

Speaking Part 2
In this part, students ask and
answer questions using cues.

■■ Warm-up

?
?
?
?
?
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 32 & 33.

■■ Do the test

Tony’s holiday

What / buy
Who / with
Materials: SB page 89, TG page

What / do
How long
141

Where
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 89. Give them time to
look at the pictures and the
tables.

FLYERS SPEAKING. Information Exchange – Candidate’s copy


2 Look at the Examiner’s
copy (TG page 139). Ask the
student questions about the
grandparents

information they have, e.g.


swimming
2 weeks

I don’t know anything about


T-shirt
beach

Mary’s holiday. Where did she go?


(the beach).
3 Now encourage the student to
ask you similar questions, e.g.
Where did Tony go?
Mary’s holiday

What / buy
Who / with

Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame


What / do
How long

page 107
Where

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Test 4

Speaking Part 3
In this part, students continue a
story by describing the pictures
in sequence.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 33 & 34.

3
■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 90
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 90. Give them time to

5
look at the pictures first.
2 Tell them the title and then
describe the first picture, e.g.
These pictures tell a story.
It’s called ‘The hungry birds’. A

2
family is spending a day on the
beach. etc.
3 Encourage students to

FLYERS SPEAKING. Picture Story


continue the story by
describing the other pictures

4
The hungry birds

in turn. If necessary prompt


them with a question.

Fred Anna
Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame
page 107
1

Speaking Part 4 90 Test 4, Speaking Part 3


In this part, students answer
questions about themselves,
their hobbies and their family
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or friends.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 34.

■■ Do the test
Materials: None
1 Ask students several questions
about themselves, their family
or friends. They need only give
simple answers, i.e. a phrase
or a short sentence.
Now let’s talk about your friends.
How often do you see your
friends?
What do you do with your friends
after school?
etc.

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Speaking
Speaking frame (Timing = 5–7 minutes)
What to do What to say Answer from candidate Back-up question if necessary
Hello … my name’s ... What’s your name? Hello (Clare)
What’s your family name? (Fischer) What’s your last name?
How old are you? (11) Are you (11)?
1 Show candidate both Here are two pictures. My picture is
Find the differences nearly the same as yours but some things
pictures. are different.
Point to the birds near the For example, in my picture there are two
clock in each picture. birds near the clock but in your picture
there is only one bird.
I’m going to say something about my Point to the other differences
picture. You tell me how your picture is which the student does not
different. mention.
In my picture the man talking to the old In my picture, the man talking to Is the man wearing a blue uniform?
woman is wearing a blue uniform. the old woman is wearing a grey
uniform.
In my picture, the time is twenty-five past In my picture, the time is twenty-five Is the time twenty past eleven?
eleven. past ten.
In my picture, the man buying a drink is In my picture, the man is wearing a Is the man wearing a green hat?
wearing a green hat. brown hat.
In my picture, the boy eating a banana is In my picture, the boy eating a Is the boy eating a banana standing
standing next to the suitcase. banana is sitting on the suitcase. next to the suitcase?
In my picture, the girl who is waving has In my picture, the girl who is waving Does the girl who is waving have curly
got curly hair. has got straight hair. hair?
In my picture, the old man has got a In my picture, the old man has got a Has the old man got a white
white moustache. white beard. moustache?
2 Point to both candidate’s Mary and Tony have both been on holiday.
and examiner’s copies. I don’t know anything about Mary’s
Point to the picture of holiday but you do. So I’m going to ask Point to the information if
the girl before asking the you some questions. necessary.
questions. Where did Mary go on holiday? To the beach
Who did Mary go with? Her grandparents
How long did she go there for? Two weeks
What did she do there? She went swimming.
What did she buy there? A T-shirt
Now you don’t know anything about
 oint to the picture of the
P Tony’s holiday, so you ask me some Point to the information if
boy. questions. necessary.
(To the mountains) Where did Tony go on holiday?
(His parents) Who did he go with?
(One week) How long did he go there for?
(He went skiing) What did he do there?
(A scarf) What did he buy there?
3 Point to the picture story. These pictures tell a story. 2 – The family are going for a swim What is the family doing?
Allow time to look at the It’s called ‘The hungry birds’. Just look at in the sea.
pictures. the pictures first. Everyone is laughing and looks very How do you think the family feels?
A family is spending a day on the beach. happy.
They are putting their towels and bags on 3 – There are three birds on the towels. How many birds are there?
the beach. They are eating the family’s What are the birds doing?
Now you tell the story. sandwiches.
4 – The family have come out of the Where are the birds?
sea. The birds have flown away.
The parents look angry because the How do the parents feel? Why?
birds have eaten the sandwiches.
5 – The family has gone to a beach Where is the family now?
café to have lunch. They are eating What are they eating?
burgers and chips. The children look How do the children feel?
very happy. I think they are pleased
the birds ate their sandwiches.
4 Put away all pictures. Now let’s talk about friends.
Ask a few personal How often do you see your friends? Every day Do you see your friends every day?
questions. What do you do with your friends after Play football Do you play sport with your friends
school? after school?
Where do you go with your friends at the To the park Do you go to the park with your
weekend? friends at the weekend?
What food do you like to eat with your Chips Do you like to eat chips with your
friends? friends?
Tell me about your best friend. My best friend’s Tom. He’s 14 years Who’s your best friend? How old is
old. We go to school together. he / she? What do you do together?
OK, thank you (name).
Goodbye. Goodbye.

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Test 5 Listening
Test 5 Part 1
5 questions
Listening Part 1 Listen and draw lines. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
draw lines to match names to Vicky William Sarah Peter
people in a picture.
■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 8.
■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 92, Audio 5.1
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 92. Look at the picture
together and get students to
read the names.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class.
3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students draw a line from
the names to the appropriate
people in the picture.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check answers.
Audioscript 5.1
R = Rubric
Fch = Female child
M = Male adult
R Listen and look. There is
one example.
Fch I went on holiday last week. Betty Richard Jane
Do you want to see this
photo of our hotel? 92 Test 5, Listening Part 1
M Yes, it’s great. Did you have
a good holiday?
Fch Yes, it was lots of fun! Can
you see the girl looking at
the map? Fch I’m not sure. But the other in the picture. I think she
M The one who’s got a green boy’s called Peter. Can you was getting something from
rucksack? see the green crocodile he’s the car.
Fch Yes, well, her name’s Vicky. holding? I’ve got one like M Were his daughters nice?
She was on holiday with her that – it’s lots of fun to play Fch Yes. The younger one was
brother. with in the sea. very quiet but I talked to
R Can you see the line? This M I’m sure! the older girl a lot.
is an example. Now you Fch Can you see the woman M Is the older girl the one
listen and draw lines. who’s working behind the who’s holding the ball with
M Who’s that man there? hotel desk? the blue and white stripes?
The one who looks angry. M Which one? The one who’s Fch Yes, and she’s got longer
Fch The man in the blue jacket? speaking on the phone? hair than her sister. Her
M Yes, he’s pointing at the Fch No, the other younger name’s Sarah. She was nice
floor. woman. Her name’s Betty. and very funny!
Fch Oh, he worked at the hotel. She talked to us every M It looks like the hotel was a
He’s called Richard. He morning. She was very good place to stay.
isn’t happy with the boys friendly. Fch Yes, it was! Mum and dad
because they’re getting M And who’s the man who’s say we can go back next
water all over the floor. getting his keys? year!
M Yes, I can see that! Fch The man with the two R Now listen to Part One
Who’s the boy with the suitcases? He’s called again.
orange shorts? William. Those are his two
daughters. Their mum isn’t Answer Key ➤ SB page 92

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Listening

Part 2 Listening
5 questions
Listen and write. There is one example. Mch I do, I do!
F OK. What do you think?
Mch I think I read it somewhere.
Is it a camel?
F Yes, very good!
R Can you see the answer?
Now you listen and write.
Mch Can I ask you some questions
about the camel?
F Yes, of course! What would
you like to know?
SCHOOL ZOO TRIP Mch How old is the camel?
F Well, they usually live for 40
Oldest animal: Camel to 50 years but our camel is
55 years old, so that’s very
1 Age: 55 / fifty-five old!
Mch Wow!
What’s the camel called?
2 Name: Gobi
F He’s called Gobi. That’s spelt
G-O-B-I.
3 Likes eating: grass Mch That’s a strange name!
F It’s the name of the desert
4 Lives next to: giraffes where he comes from.
Mch Oh, right.
5 When children can see him: after lunch What does he like eating?
F He likes eating grass and
drinking water.
Mch Can we see the camel? Where
does he live in the zoo?
F He lives next to the giraffes.
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It’s not far from here. He likes
people and is very friendly. He
lives with five other camels
and one baby camel.
Listening Part 2 3 Play the rest of the recording.
Students listen and fill in the
Mch When can we go and see him?
In this part, students listen and F Well, you’re all going to have
missing words on the form. lunch now but you can see
write words or numbers in gaps.
4 Let students listen to the him after lunch.
■ Warm-up recording again. Check answers. Mch Great! I can’t wait! I want to
For suggested warm-up activities take a photo. Is that OK?
see Test 1 page 10. Audioscript 5.2
F Yes, that’s fine. Now, does
■ Do the test R = Rubric anyone else have a question?
Materials: SB page 93, Audio 5.2 F = Female adult ... Well, enjoy the rest of your
visit.
1 Ask students to turn to SB Mch = Male child
R Now listen to Part Two
page 93. Look at the form
R Listen and look. There is one again.
together and get students
example.
to think about what kind of Answer Key ➤ SB page 93
information is missing. F Hello everyone. I hope you’re
all enjoying your trip to our
2 Play the recording and pause it zoo. Now, I’d like to tell you
after the example. Go through about the oldest animal in the
the example with the class. zoo. Does anyone know what
animal it is?

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Test 5 Part 3
5 questions

Listening Part 3 Where are the things that Katy wants to take to school?
In this part, students listen Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.
and match pictures to words
or names by writing a letter
in the box.
brush D
■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 12.

■■ Do the test a letter E


Materials: SB pages 94 & 95,
Audio 5.3
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 94 & 95. Look at the list
an umbrella C
of illustrated words and the
set of pictures with the class.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through maths book G
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
what they need to do.
3 Play the rest of the recording. shorts F
Students listen and match
the illustrated words with the
pictures, A to H.
4 Let students listen to the a magazine A
recording again. Check
answers.

Audioscript 5.3
94 Test 5, Listening Part 3
R = Rubric
F = Female adult
Fch = Female child
R Can you see the letter ‘D’? over there on top of the
R Listen and look. There Now you listen and write cupboard by the door with
is one example. Where a letter in each box. the other clean clothes. I’ll
are the things that Katy go and get them.
F Are you ready now?
wants to take
Fch Not yet, mum, I haven’t F OK but do it quickly! Is
to school?
got my Maths book. I think there anything else you
F Are you ready Katy? It’s need?
it’s on the telephone table.
eight o’clock – you’re going
Oh, no, I remember now, Fch Yes, I need the letter you
to be late for school!
I moved it when I phoned wrote for my teacher about
Fch OK, mum. I haven’t grandma. I put it on the the guitar lessons. I found it
brushed my hair yet and top shelf of the bookcase. on the floor under my bed
I can’t find my brush yesterday but then I picked
F Are you playing hockey
anywhere. I want to take it up and put it in my
after school today?
my brush to school. Oh, rucksack. It’s in the front
I remember ... it’s on the Fch Oh, yes. I need my shorts.
pocket. Ah ... yes, here it is!
sofa in the living room. I want the new white
ones that we bought F What are you doing now?
last weekend. They’re

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Listening

A B

C D

E F

G H

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Fch I’m looking for my F Great! Let’s get in the car


magazine. The one before you remember
about horses. I’ve just anything else!
remembered my friend
Emma wants to read it. I R Now listen to Part Three
know, it’s still in the car. again.
I was reading it when Answer Key ➤ SB page 94
we came home from
grandma’s house yesterday.
F OK, great! Are you ready?
Fch No, it’s going to rain later
today. I’m going to take my
umbrella but I don’t know
where it is. I’ll go upstairs
and look for it. Oh, look
there it is – next to the
front door.

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Test 5 Part 4
5 questions

Listening Part 4 Listen and tick (✓) the box. There is one example.
In this part, students listen and
When is Helen’s party going to be?
tick the correct picture.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 14 & 15.

■■ Do the test 9th 10th 11th


Materials: SB pages 96 & 97,
Audio 5.4 A B C ✓
1 Ask students to turn to SB
1 Where is Helen going to have her party?
pages 96 & 97. Look at the five
questions together and get
students to think about what
differences they can see in
each set of pictures.
2 Play the recording and pause it
after the example. Go through
the example with the class,
making sure they understand
A ✓ B C
what they need to do. 2 How many people has Helen invited?
3 Play the rest of the recording.
As students listen to the
questions, they look at each
set of pictures and tick the
correct box, A, B or C.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check
answers. A B ✓ C
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Audioscript 5.4
R = Rubric
M = Male adult
Fch = Female child R Can you see the tick? Now Fch Well, last year I invited
you listen and tick the box. 30 people but that was too
R Listen and look. There is many.
One. Where is Helen
one example.
going to have her party? M Yes, that is a lot.
When is Helen’s party
M Are you going to have your Fch So I’ve invited 18 but I
going to be?
party at your house? think only 15 can come.
M Are you going to have a
Fch No, it’s too small so we’re R Three. What food is Helen
party for your birthday,
going to have it at the going to have at her
Helen?
tennis club. party?
Fch Yes Uncle David. It’s going
M The one opposite that nice M What food are you going to
to be on Sunday.
restaurant? have at the party?
M Isn’t your birthday on
Fch Yes, that’s right. Fch I don’t like cakes, so just
Friday?
R Two. How many people sandwiches.
Fch Yes but we’re going to
has Helen invited? M Are you going to have
stay at grandma’s until
M Are you going to have a big pizzas? I thought you loved
Saturday.
party? them.

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Listening

3 What food is Helen going to have at her party? Listening

A B ✓ C

4 What is Helen going to wear at her party?

A B C ✓
5 What present would Helen like for her birthday?

DIARY

A B ✓ C

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Fch I do but it’s easier to just M What would you like for
have cold food. your birthday? I haven’t
R Four. What is Helen going bought your present yet.
to wear at her party? Fch I don’t know.
M Are you going to wear your M What about some books or
red and white spotted a dictionary for school?
dress at the party? Fch I’ve already got those but
Fch I’m too big for that dress I’d like a new diary.
now! M That’s a good idea. I’ll go
M Oh, so have you got a new shopping tomorrow!
skirt to wear? R Now listen to Part Four
Fch No, I’ve got some new again.
white jeans.
Answer Key ➤ SB pages 96 & 97
R Five. What present
would Helen like for her
birthday?

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Test
Test 55

Test 5 Part 5
55 questions
questions

Listening Part 5 Listen


Listen and
and colour
colour and write
write.and
and write. draw.
There
There is There
is one
one is one example.
example.
example.
In this part, students listen and
colour and write on a picture.

■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 16.

■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 98, Audio 5.5,
coloured pencils
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 98. Look at the picture
with the class and ask them
to name items and actions in
the picture. Explain that they
will listen to instructions in
the form of a conversation
between an adult and a child.
2 Play the recording and pause
it after the example. Go
through the example with
the class. Make sure students
understand that they will need
to colour four things in the
picture and write one word.
3 Play the rest of the recording. news
Students listen and follow the
instructions.
4 Let students listen to the
recording again. Check 106
98
98 Test 5,
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Listening Part
Part 55
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R = Rubric
Fch Yes. Fch There, I’ve done it!
M = Male adult
R Can you see the singer’s R Two
Fch = Female child
green glove? This is an M Right, now I’d like you to
R Listen and look at the example. Now you listen write something.
picture. and colour and write. Fch OK. What shall I write?
There is one example. One
M Can you see the
M This is a picture of a M Now, can you see the two photographer?
famous singer. Do you men who’re playing the
Fch Yes, he’s taking a picture of
want to colour it? guitar?
the singer.
Fch Yes, please! I’d love to. Fch Yes. The man on the left
M Well, I’d like you to write
M OK, well can you see the is wearing funny glasses!
‘news’ on his bag.
woman in the middle Shall I colour them?
Fch OK. There!
who’s wearing one glove? M No. Can you colour his
guitar? R Three
Fch Yes.
Fch OK. Can I colour it blue? M Now, can you see the stars
M That’s the singer. Can you
M Yes, that’s a good colour. on the singer’s jacket?
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Fch Yes, there are two!


M That’s right. Colour them
pink.
Fch I’m doing that now.
R Four
Fch Look at the man who’s
playing the drums. Can I
colour his beard?
M Not yet. Can you colour
one of the drums?
Fch Which one? There are
three.
M The smallest drum.
Fch OK. What colour?
M Orange, please.
R Five
M Now, can you see the three
girls in front of the stage?
Fch Yes, they look very excited!
M Yes. Can you see the tallest
girl?
Fch Yes, she’s got long hair.
M I’d like you to colour it
purple.
Fch OK then.
R Now listen to Part Five
again.

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Test 5 Reading & Writing
Reading & Writing
Part 1 Reading & Writing
10 questions
Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. Reading & Writing
Part 1
There is one example.

a fork a spoon stamps a nurse In this part, students write the


correct words next to the
These people are both your father and definitions.
your mother. parents
___________
1 This is someone who works in a
■■ Warm-up
hospital and looks after ill people. a nurse
___________ For suggested warm-up
a secret an envelope activities, see Test 1 page 19.
2 We use these to cut things. They are
often made of metal and plastic. scissors
___________ ■■ Do the test
3 These are small things that you buy Materials: SB page 99
and put on an envelope before 1 Ask students to turn to
parents
you post it. stamps
___________
pilots SB page 99. Look at the 15
4 This is a woman who is married. a wife
___________ individual words and get
5 These people fly planes and travel students to think about what
round the world a lot. pilots
___________ they mean.
6 This is made of metal and we often 2 Ask students to read through
a team use it with a knife. It isn’t round. a fork a conversation
___________ the ten definitions. Look at the
example together.
7 This person writes the stories in a
newspaper or magazine. a___________
journalist 3 Ask students to match the
definitions with the correct
8 This is when two or more people
talk to each other. a conversation
___________ words. Remind them to copy
a journalist 9 a wife the words carefully.
This is a group of people who play
a sport together. a team
___________ 4 Check answers.
10 This is something that you can’t Answer Key ➤ SB page 99
tell anyone about. a secret
___________

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Test 5

Test 5 Part 2
5 questions

Reading & Writing Sally is talking to her friend, David. What does David say?

Part 2 Read the conversation and choose the best answer.


Write a letter (A–H) for each answer.
In this part, students read a
dialogue and select the correct You do not need to use all the letters.
response. Example

■■ Warm-up Sally: Hi, David. Have you done your English homework yet?
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 20. David:
G

■■ Do the test Questions


Materials: SB pages 100 & 101
1 Ask students to turn to SB 1 Sally: Remember ... we must read the first fifty pages of our book.
pages 100 & 101. Look at the
gapped dialogue together and David: B
get students to think about
what could go in the gaps. 2 Sally: The book is called ‘The Dark Sea’. Have you got it?

2 Ask students to read the David: H


missing lines of the dialogue,
options A–H. 3 Sally: Do you know what it’s about?
3 Ask students to choose the
appropriate line of dialogue David: A
from the options given and
to write the correct letter in 4 Sally: Do you like books about pirates?
the space provided. Remind D
David:
them that there are two extra
lines of dialogue that are not 5 Sally: We’ve got to talk about it in tomorrow’s English lesson.
needed. Encourage students
to read through the dialogue, David: E
quietly to themselves, to check
that it makes sense. 100 Test 5, Reading & Writing Part 2

4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 100

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing


SCHOOL

A It’s about pirates, I think.

B Oh, yes. I remember now.

C The homework’s too difficult.

D Yes, they are usually very exciting.

E OK. I’m going to read it tonight.

F What are you going to


read tomorrow?

G Oh, no! I forgot. (Example)

H Yes. My mum bought it last week.

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Test 5

Test 5 Part 3
6 questions

Reading & Writing Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next
to numbers 1–5. There is one example.
Part 3
In this part, students choose and
copy missing words from a story
and then choose the best title.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 22.

■■ Do the test Example


Materials: SB pages 102 & 103 lesson planets excited rocket flew
1 Ask students to open their SB
at pages 102 & 103. Look at smile silver moon followed wonderful
the picture together and get
students to think about the lesson
It was time for my science at school. I went into the
topic of the story.
2 Look at the example with classroom with my friends and sat down. Our science teacher was a funny man
the class and make sure they called Mr Brown. He looked very (1) excited that morning. He said,
understand that they need to
fill the gaps in the text from “I want everyone to come outside. I have something very interesting to show you!”
the words in the box. Remind We all went outside and were very surprised to see a big space (2) rocket
students that there are more
words than they need. in the playground. Mr Brown said, “Today we are going to learn about space.”
3 Ask students to fill in the We all (3) followed Mr Brown into the rocket. Mr Brown told us to
five gaps in the story and to
sit down and hold on. “We’re going to travel into space!” he told us with a
choose the best title for the
story from the three options. big (4) smile .
4 Check answers.
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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Suddenly there was a loud noise and we felt the rocket fly into the sky. Out of
the small window we could see the school below us. A few minutes later we
could see (5) planets and stars. I started to feel afraid.
Then I heard my mum calling me, “Wake up, Emma! You’re going to be late
for school!”

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box

A strange dream ✓
Science is boring!

The astronaut

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Test 5

Test 5 Part 4
10 questions

Reading & Writing Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Part 4
In this part, students complete a Actors
text by selecting and copying the
correct words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 24 & 25.
that
■■ Do the test Example The job of an actor is a job many people
Materials: SB pages 104 & 105 1 dream about. Every day we hear on the radio
1 Ask students to turn to SB 2 and TV about the exciting times of famous
pages 104 & 105. Look at actors. We read about their big houses, fast cars and expensive
the picture and get students
to think about the topic of 3 clothes. Magazines are full of photos of actors at
the text. parties and restaurants. It looks fun and easy to act but for many
2 Go through the example. 4 actors it’s a hard job.
3 Ask students to read the 5 Lots of actors start acting when they are children.
text and then read the word their
6 Many actors get first job in the theatre.
options.
4 Ask students to complete the 7 If an actor is good, he or she might get a job
gaps with a word. 8 on a TV programme or in a film. Only a few
5 Check answers. actors get rich and famous. Many actors do not have a lot of

Answer Key ➤ SB page 104


9 money and often need to have a second job.
10 For these people being a famous actor is more
important than money.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Example what that where


1 heard hearing hear
2 for of from

3 on with at

4 hard harder hardest


5 starting start started
6 their them they
7 the a an
8 small few little

9 must should need


10 more much many

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Test 5 Part 5
7 questions

Reading & Writing Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the
sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Part 5
In this part, students complete My hospital surprise!
sentences about a story using
one, two, three or four words.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 26.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB pages 106 & 107
1 Ask students to turn to SB
pages 106 & 107. Look at the
picture and get students to My name is Helen Jones and my favourite sport is volleyball. I play volleyball for
the school team and last week we had an important game. In the second half
think about the topic of the
of the game, I fell over and hurt my arm. I couldn’t move my arm and it hurt a
story. lot. My sports teacher called for an ambulance and they took me to hospital. The
2 Ask students to read the doctors looked at my arm and said, “It’s broken.” I couldn’t believe it! I was sad
story and then read the because I couldn’t play volleyball but also because our school skiing holiday was
sentences. Then ask students the next day!
to underline the parts of
The doctors said, “Sorry, you can’t go skiing because you need to stay in hospital
the story that give them the for one night.” I was so unhappy that night when I thought about the holiday. Then
information they need to something amazing happened the next day that helped me forget about the holiday.
complete the sentences.
3 Look at the example with I was having lunch in the hospital when Robert Black, my favourite volleyball player,
walked into the room! He was in hospital to see a doctor about his leg so he decided
the class and make sure they
to visit the children in the hospital. I talked to him about volleyball and a nurse took
understand that they need to a photo of us together. That photo’s on my bedroom shelf now! It was much more
fill the gapped sentences using exciting than a skiing holiday!
between one and four words.
Remind students that the
words they will need to use 106 Test 5, Reading & Writing Part 5
will be in the story but may
not be in the same order as
the sentence.
4 Ask students to complete the
gapped sentences.
5 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 107

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Reading & Writing

Examples Reading & Writing


Helen Jones loves playing volleyball .

Helen’s important volleyball game was last week .

Questions

1 Helen hurt her arm when she fell over .

2 An ambulance took Helen to hospital.

3 Helen had to stay in hospital because her arm was broken .

4 Helen felt sad because she wanted to go on the skiing holiday.

5 Helen was having lunch , when Robert Black walked into the room.
6 Robert Black was in hospital because of a problem with
his leg .

7 Helen has a photo of her and Robert Black on the shelf


in her bedroom.

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Test 5

Test 5 Part 6
5 questions

Reading & Writing Read the letter and write the missing words. Write one word on each line.

Part 6
In this part, students complete
a text with words of their own
choice.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 28.
Dear Holly,
■■ Do the test Example How are you ? I went to the cinema
Materials: SB page 108
yesterday. I saw the film ‘Naughty Nick’. I thought the
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 108. Look at the gapped 1 film was great! I couldn’t stop laughing when
text together and get students 2 Nick pushed the girl into the swimming pool
to think about what sort of 3 at the party. That was so funny! Have you
words are missing.
seen the film yet?
2 Look at the example together
It’s only two weeks until I see you. I can’t wait! What kind
and ask students to identify
whether it is a noun, verb, 4 of clothes should I take with me? Is the weather
adjective, etc. 5 hot where you live? It’s raining here!
3 Ask students to complete
each gap in the text with the Love,
missing word. Katy x
4 Check answers.

Answer Key ➤ SB page 108

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Part 7 Reading & Writing


1 question
Look at the three pictures. Write about this story. Write 20 or more words. this but they must say what is
happening in the pictures.
5 Check sentences together.
Students can be given marks
out of 5. Give 3 marks or more
for stories which relate to
the pictures and which we
can clearly understand. (NB
Accuracy is not important
unless it means we cannot
understand the story.) Write
the best sentence for each
picture on the board to make a
good, complete version of the
story.

Answer Key
Sample answer:
Oliver really enjoyed watching
car racing. On Saturday there
was a big race. Oliver went
to the race. It was good and
his favourite driver won. He
was very excited. Then Oliver
had an invitation to sit in the
racing car. He was very happy
and his sister took a photo of
him with the driver.

Test 5, Reading & Writing Part 7 109

Reading & Writing 2 Ask them to think about the


topic of the story. Then check
Part 7 they can name the items or
In this part, students have to scenes in the pictures, e.g. car
write a short story based on racing, driver, invitation, photo.
three pictures. 3 Discuss with the class the
relationship between the
■ Warm-up characters in the story, e.g. Do
For suggested warm-up activities, they know each other? Are they
see Test 1 page 29. related? Then ask what they
think is happening in each
■ Do the test separate picture.
Materials: SB page 109
4 Ask students to write one
1 Ask students to turn to SB
sentence for each picture.
page 109. Look at the pictures
Remind them they must write
with the class. Ask the class
20 words or more in total.
where the scene is, e.g. at a car
Students can write more than
racing track.

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Test 5
Test 5
Speaking
Test 5

Speaking Part 1
In this part, students identify
and describe differences
between two pictures.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 31.

■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 110,
TG page 140
1 Ask students some general
introductory questions, e.g.
What’s your surname? How old
are you?

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2 Ask students to turn to SB
page 110. Give them time to
look at the picture.
3 Turn to the Examiner’s copy
(TG page 140). Allow students
to look at it briefly.
4 Make statements about your
copy of the picture. Encourage
the student to say how
their picture is different. For
example, In my picture, the man
in the hat is selling newspapers.
(In my picture, he’s selling
flowers.)
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2 man selling newspapers /


man selling flowers
3 it’s 2:45 / it’s 4:30
4 policewoman next to tree /
nurse next to tree
5 woman and baby going into
chemist / woman and baby
coming out of chemist
6 girl holding a blue & yellow
balloon / a yellow and
purple balloon
7 boys running after a dog /
running after a butterfly

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Speaking

Speaking

Speaking Part 2
In this part, students ask and
answer questions using cues.

■■ Warm-up

?
?
?
?
?
For suggested warm-up activities,
see Test 1 pages 32 & 33.

Kind of animal
■■ Do the test

What / called

What colour
Daisy’s pet
Materials: SB page 111, TG page

Like / eat
How old
141
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 111. Give them time to
look at the pictures and the
tables.

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2 Look at the Examiner’s
copy (TG page 141). Ask the
students questions about the
information they have, e.g. I
don’t know anything about Sam’s
Timmy

black
pet. What kind of animal is it?
fish
cat
5

(a cat.)
3 Now encourage the students
to ask you similar questions,
e.g. How old is Daisy’s pet?
Kind of animal

What / called

What colour

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Like / eat
Sam’s pet

How old

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Test 5

Test 5

Speaking Part 3
In this part, students continue a
story by describing the pictures
in sequence.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 33.

3
■■ Do the test
Materials: SB page 112
1 Ask students to turn to SB
page 112. Give them time to

5
look at the pictures first.
2 Tell them the title and then
describe the first picture, e.g.
These pictures tell a story.
It’s called ‘The football game’. A

2
boy is going to play football. etc.
3 Encourage students to
continue the story by

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describing the other pictures
The football game

in turn. If necessary prompt

4
them with a question.

Answer Key ➤ Speaking frame

Oliver
page 131
1

Speaking Part 4
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or friends.

■■ Warm-up
For suggested warm-up
activities, see Test 1 page 34.

■■ Do the test
Materials: None
1 Ask students several questions
about themselves, their family
or friends. They need only give
simple answers, i.e. a phrase
or a short sentence.
Now let’s talk about shopping.
How often do you go shopping?
Who do you usually go shopping
with?
etc.

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Speaking
Speaking frame (Timing = 5–7 minutes)
What to do What to say Answer from candidate Back-up question if necessary
Hello …, my name’s ... What’s your name? Hello (Clare)
What’s your family name? (Fischer) What’s your last name?
How old are you? (11) Are you (11)?
1 Show candidate both Find Here are two pictures. My picture is
the differences pictures. nearly the same as yours but some
Point to the man on the bike things are different.
in each picture. For example, in my picture the man
riding a bike is wearing black gloves but
in your picture he’s wearing grey gloves.
I’m going to say something about my Point to the other differences
picture. You tell me how your picture is which the student does not
different. mention.
In my picture, the man in the hat is In my picture, the man in the hat is Is the man in the hat selling
selling newspapers. selling flowers. newspapers?
In my picture, the time is two forty five. In my picture, the time is four thirty. Is the time two forty-five?
In my picture, there is a policewoman In my picture, there is a nurse Is there a policewoman standing next
standing next to the tree. standing next to the tree. to the tree?
In my picture, a woman with a baby is In my picture, a woman with a baby Is the woman with a baby is going into
going into the chemist. is coming out of the chemist. the chemist?
In my picture, the girl is holding a blue In my picture, the girl is holding a Is the girl holding a blue and a yellow
and a yellow balloon. yellow and a purple balloon. balloon?
In my picture, the boys are running after In my picture, the boys are running Are the boys running after a dog?
a dog. after a butterfly.
2 Point to both candidate’s and Sam and Daisy both have pets. I don’t
examiner’s copies. know anything about Sam’s pet but
Point to the picture of the boy you do. So I’m going to ask you some Point to the information if
before asking the questions. questions. necessary.
What kind of animal is Sam’s pet? A cat
How old is Sam’s cat? 5
What’s his cat called? Timmy
What does Timmy like to eat? Fish
What colour is Timmy? Black
 oint to the picture of the
P Now you don’t know anything about
girl. Daisy’s pet, so you ask me some Point to the information if
questions. necessary.
(A rabbit) What kind of animal is Daisy’s pet?
(3) How old is Daisy’s rabbit?
(Betty) What’s her rabbit called?
(Carrots) What does Betty like to eat?
(Grey) What colour is Betty?
3 Point to the picture story. These pictures tell a story.
Allow time to look at the It’s called ‘The football game’. Just look
pictures. at the pictures first.
A boy is going to play football. He is
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leaving home and waving goodbye to
his mum.
Now you tell the story. 2 – There is a problem with the car. Is the car working?
The boy looks worried because he How do you think the boy feels?
thinks he’s going to be late.
3 – The man and the boy are running What are the man and boy doing?
after a bus.
They want to catch the bus to get to What do they want to do?
the football game.
4 – The boy and his dad caught the How did the boy and his dad get to the
bus and have just arrived. football game?
They look happy because the game Has the football game started yet?
hasn’t started yet.
6 – The football team has won the game. Has the boy’s team won the game?
The boy’s dad is taking a photograph What is the boy’s dad doing?
of the team. Everyone looks very How does everyone in the picture feel?
happy.
4 Put away all pictures. Now let’s talk about shopping.
Ask a few personal questions. How often do you go shopping? Every month Do you go shopping every month?
Who do you usually go shopping with? My mum Do you usually go shopping with
your mum?
What was the last thing you bought? A T-shirt Was the last thing you bought a
How do you usually go to the shops? By car T-shirt?
Tell me about your favourite shop. My favourite shop’s called ‘City Do you usually go to the shops by car?
Look’. It sells lots of clothes. I like it What’s your favourite shop called?
because the clothes are cool. What does it sell?
OK, thank you (name).
Goodbye. Goodbye. Why do you like it?

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Listening

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Sarah’s book Harry’s book

Who / gave cousin Who / gave ?


Name / book The Star Name / book ?
What / about a singer What / about ?
When / finish last week When / finish ?
Interesting / boring interesting Interesting / boring ?

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Sarah’s tennis club Ben’s swimming club

What day ? What day Friday


Time ? Time 5:15 p.m.
Where ? Where sports centre
How long ? How long 1 hour
Teacher ? Teacher Mrs Crewe

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George’s sports class Katy’s sports class

Teacher’s name ? Teacher’s name Miss Keen


What day ? What day Friday
What time / start ? What time / start 1:45
How many children ? How many children 28
What sport / learn ? What sport / learn volleyball

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Speaking

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Mary’s holiday Tony’s holiday

Where ? Where mountains


Who / with ? Who / with parents
How long ? How long 1 week
What / do ? What / do skiing
What / buy ? What / buy scarf

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Sam’s pet Daisy’s pet

Kind of animal ? Kind of animal rabbit


How old ? How old 3
What / called ? What / called Betty
Like / eat ? Like / eat carrots
What colour ? What colour grey

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Photocopiable worksheets
Worksheet 1

hair blonde

beard curly

moustache straight

thin fat

belt shorts

striped pocket

scarf sweater

coat glasses

sitting lying

smiling laughing

standing playing

running throwing

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Worksheet 2

A
TENNIS LESSONS SWIMMING LESSONS

Time of lesson: 10.45 Time of lesson:                         

Day of lesson: Tuesday Day of lesson:                         

Name of teacher: Mrs White Name of teacher: Mr                         

Teacher’s tel no: 852669 Teacher’s tel no:                         

B
TENNIS LESSONS SWIMMING LESSONS

Time of lesson:                          . Time of lesson: 9.15

Day of lesson:                          . Day of lesson: Thursday

Name of teacher: Mrs                          Name of teacher: Mrs Black

Teacher’s tel no:                          Teacher’s tel no: 377643

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Worksheet 3

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Worksheet 4

12 12 12
11 1 11 1 11 1
10 2 10 2 10 2
9 3 9 3 9 3
8 4 8 4 8 4

2
7 5 7 5 7 5
6 6 6

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Worksheet 5

OTO RTO
TO RR
DC
DO D CC
O

1 2 3
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Worksheet 6

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Worksheet 7

a
butter a taxi
dentist

an an an
envelope umbrella ambulance

a waiter maths wood

glue a shelf fog

an an
a snack
astronaut airport

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Worksheet 8

Vicky: Hi, William. Did you have a good weekend?


William: Yes thanks, Vicky. I went to the cinema.
Vicky: Great! What film do you see?
William: It was called ‘Monkeys in space’. Have you seen it?
Vicky: Not yet but I want to! Did you go with your mum and dad?
William: No. My uncle took me.

Jack: Hi Daisy. What are you doing?


Daisy: Oh, hi Jack. I’m doing my History homework.
Jack: I love History. Does Mr Jones teach you History?
No, my teacher’s called Mrs Hart. She’s really nice. This homework’s
Daisy:
very difficult.
Jack: Let me see. Maybe I can help you.
Daisy: Thanks, Jack.

Ben: Hi, Emma. Are you going to watch the comedy on TV?
Emma: I’m not sure Ben. What time does it start?
Ben: It starts at 2:30 p.m.
Emma: OK. Where are you going to watch it?
Ben: At my house. Sam’s going to come too.
Emma: Great! I’ll see you later.

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Worksheet 9

broke cut grow steal pulled decided

brushing leaving knife drum bin chopsticks

insects factory tights pocket bored brave

dry excellent friendly heavy important untidy

Read and complete.


1 I                             a scarf out of my rucksack.

2 He always uses                             if he is eating rice.

3 I saw that new film yesterday – it was                             !

4 “Do you like my new spotty                             ?” asked Vicky.

5 She doesn’t like                             her hair in the morning.

6 He was sorry that he                             the vase.

7 The new boy at our school is very                             .

8 There were a lot of                             in our tent when we went camping!

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Worksheet 10

Read and complete.

1 My name is Joe and I have a little brother called Robert.

Joe has                             called Robert.

2 Yesterday, Robert and I had chocolate ice cream after lunch.

Robert and Joe ate some                                           yesterday after lunch.

3 After the ice cream, we took our kite to the park.

Joe and Robert played with                                           in the park.

4 “You’ve broken our kite!” I shouted at Robert. I felt very angry.



Joe was                             because Robert broke their kite.

5 “It’s late. We should go home now,” I said to Robert.

They went home because it was                             .

6 Robert said, “Sorry,” and then we went home.



They went home after Robert                                           .

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Worksheet 11
Healthy teeth
If you want healthy teeth you should be careful about
                     what you eat and
drink. Eat lots of fruit and vegetables and try not to have too (1)                         
sugar. If you (2)                             a lot of sugar you may get toothache.
You also (3)                             to brush your teeth twice a day – once after
breakfast and once before bedtime. It (4)                             important to brush
all of your teeth, not just (5)                             front ones. You should spend at
least 2 or 3 minutes each time you brush. It is also important to change
(6)                             toothbrush when it gets too old. You should get a new
toothbrush (7)                             3 months.
Brushing your teeth is important but you also need to visit your dentist
(8)                             keep your teeth strong and healthy. It’s important to visit
your dentist twice a year. (9)                             you visit your dentist he or she
will (10)                             at your teeth to check for any problems.

Example for about on


1 many lots much
2 eat ate eating
3 need must should
4 are be is
5 the a an
6 its your their
7 every all each
8 for with to
9 Since When During
10 look looking looks

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Worksheet 12
Look, read and match.

1 take TV a

2 get on homework b

3 meet a mistake c

4 send a race d

5 do a photo e

6 make a bike f

7 ride a friend g

8 win the answer h

9 guess a bus i

10 watch a letter j

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Worksheet 13
Monday 9th May

Dear Vicky,

are you? It’s my birthday soon and I’m (1)                             a party.
Hi. How _____
Would (2)                             like to come? It will be on Saturday 21st May at
7 p.m. (3)                             Gino’s Italian pizza restaurant.
I’m inviting some friends from my school and my cousins. You (4)                            
stay the night at our house on Saturday if you want.
I hope you can come – it will be lots (5)                             fun.

Love from,
Sally

1 The worst holiday 2 The clever dog 3 The windy day

4 The naughty kitten 5 Snow fun 6 The hockey match

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Worksheet 14

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A2 Flyers grammar and structures list
Verbs Tag questions
(Positive, negative, question, imperative That’s John’s book, isn’t it?
and short answer forms including Adverbs
contractions)
I haven’t bought my brother’s birthday
Past continuous present yet.
I was walking down the road when
Conjunctions
I saw her.
I didn’t want to walk home so I went on
It was a very cold day and snow was
the bus.
falling.
If clauses (in zero conditionals)
Present perfect
If it’s sunny, we go swimming.
Have you ever been to the circus?
He’s just eaten his dinner. Where clauses
My grandmother has forgotten where she
Be going to
put her glasses.
It isn’t going to rain today.
Before / after clauses (not with future
Will
reference)
Will you do your homework this evening?
I finished my homework before I played
I won’t buy her a CD because she doesn’t
football.
like music.
Be / look / sound / feel / taste /
Might
smell like
Vicky might come to the park.
What’s your new teacher like?
May That sounds like the baby upstairs.
The bus may not come because there is a
Make somebody / something + adj
lot of snow.
That smell makes me hungry!
Shall for suggestions
What time ...?
Shall we have a picnic in the park?
What time does the film start?
Could
What else / next?
You could invite Robert to the football
What else shall I draw?
game.
Should See you soon / later / tomorrow, etc.
Should we take a towel to the swimming See you next week, Mrs Ball!
pool?

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list B
appear v businessman/woman n
Grammatical Key
April n butter n
adj adjective
arrive v butterfly n
adv adverb
art n by myself adv
conj conjunction
artist n by yourself adv
det determiner
as adv
dis discourse marker
as … as adv C
excl exclamation
astronaut n calendar n
int interrogative
at the moment adv camel n
n noun
August n camp v
poss possessive
autumn (US fall) n card n
prep preposition
away adv cartoon n
pron pronoun
castle n
v verb
B cave n
backpack (UK rucksack) n century n
A bandage n cereal n
a.m. (for time) bank n channel n
across prep beetle n chat v
act v before adv + conj cheap adj
actor n begin v chemist(’s) n
actually adv believe v chess n
adventure n belt n chopsticks n
after adv + conj bicycle n club n
ago adv bin n collect v
agree v biscuit (US cookie) n college n
air n bit n comb n + v
airport n bored adj competition n
alone adj borrow v concert n
already adv bracelet n conversation n
also adv break v cooker n
amazing adj bridge n cookie (UK biscuit) n
Amazing! excl broken adj corner n
ambulance n brush n + v costume n
anyone pron burn v could (for possibility) v
anything pron business n creature n
anywhere adv

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list

crown n enough adj + pron flour n


cushion n enter (a competition) v fog n
cut v entrance n foggy adj
cycle v envelope n follow v
environment n for prep of time
D ever adv forget v
dark adj everywhere adv fork n
date (as in time) n excellent adj + excl fridge n
dear (as in Dear Harry) adj excited adj friendly adj
December n exit n frightening adj
decide v expensive adj front adj + n
deep adj explain v full adj
delicious adj explore v fur n
desert n extinct adj furry adj
design n + v future n
designer n F
diary n factory n G
dictionary n fall (UK autumn) n gate n
dinosaur n fall over v geography n
disappear v far adj + adv get to v
drum n fast adj + adv glass adj
during prep February n glove n
feel v glue n + v
E festival n Go away! excl
each det + pron fetch v go out v
eagle n a few det gold adj + n
early adj + adv file (as in open and close a file) n golf n
Earth n find out v group n
east n finger n guess n + v
elbow n finish v gym n
else adv fire n
empty adj fire engine (US fire truck) n H
end v fire fighter n half adj + n
engine n fire station n happen v
engineer n flag n hard adj + adv
enormous adj flashlight (UK torch) n hate v

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list

hear v journey n M
heavy adj July n magazine n
high adj June n make sure v
hill n just adv manager n
history n March n
hole n K married adj
honey n keep v match (football) n
hope v key n maths (US math) n
horrible adj kilometre (US kilometer) n May n
hotel n kind adj may v
hour n king n meal n
how long adv + int knee n mechanic n
hurry v knife n medicine n
husband n meet v
L meeting n
I land v member n
if conj language n metal adj + n
If you want! excl large adj midday n
important adj late adj + adv middle n + adj
improve v later adv midnight n
In a minute! excl lazy adj might v
information n leave v million n
insect n left (as in direction) adj + n mind v
instead adv let v minute n
instrument n letter (as in mail) n missing adj
interested adj lie (as in lie down) v mix v
interesting adj lift (ride) n money n
invent v lift v month n
invitation n light adj + n motorway n
a little adv + det much adv + det + pron
J London n museum n
jam n look after v
January n look like v N
job n lovely adj necklace n
join (a club) v low adj nest n
journalist n lucky adj news n

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list

newspaper n platform n repeat v


next adj + adv pleased adj restaurant n
No problem! excl pocket n rich adj
noisy adj police officer n right adj
no-one pron police station n right (as in direction) n
north n pond n ring n
November n poor adj rock music n
nowhere adv pop music n rocket n
popular adj rucksack (US backpack) n
O post v
ocean n post office n S
October n postcard n salt n
octopus n prefer v same adj
of course adv prepare v save v
office n prize n science n
olives n problem n scissors n
once adv programme (US program) n score n
online adj project n screen n
other det + pron pull v search n + v
oven n push v secret n
over adv + prep puzzle n sell v
pyjamas (US pajamas) n September n
P pyramid n several adj
p.m. (for time) shampoo n
pajamas (UK pyjamas) n Q shelf n
passenger n quarter n should v
past n + prep queen n silver adj + n
path n quite adv since prep
pepper n quiz n singer n
perhaps adv ski n + v
photographer n R skyscraper n
piece n race n + v sledge n + v
pilot n racing (car; bike) adj smell n + v
pizza n railway n snack n
planet n ready adj snowball n
plastic adj + n remember v snowboard n
repair v

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list

snowboarding n such det trainers n


snowman n suddenly adv tune n
so adv + conj sugar n turn v
soap n suitcase n turn off v
soft adj summer n turn on v
somewhere adv sunglasses n tyre (US tire) n
soon adv sure adj
sore adj surname n U
sound n + v surprise n umbrella n
south n swan n unfriendly adj
space n swing n + v unhappy adj
spaceship n uniform n
speak v T university n
special adj take (as in time e.g. it takes unkind adj
spend v 20 minutes) v untidy adj
spoon n taste n + v until prep
spot n taxi n unusual adj
spotted adj team n use v
spring n telephone n usually adv
stadium n tent n

stage (theatre) n thank v V


stamp n theatre (US theater) n view n
stay v thousand n violin n
step n through prep visit v
still adv tidy adj + v volleyball n
stone n time n

storm n timetable n

straight on adv toe n W


strange adj together adv waiter n
strawberry n tomorrow adv + n warm adj
stream n tonight adv + n way n
stripe n torch (US flashlight) n west n
striped adj tortoise n wheel n
student n touch v while conj
study v tour n whisper v
subject n traffic n whistle v

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A2 Flyers alphabetic vocabulary list

wife n Numbers
wifi n Candidates will be expected to
wild adj understand and write numbers
101–1,000 and ordinals 21st–31st.
will v
win n
Names
wing n
Candidates will be expected to
winner n
recognise and write the following
winter n
names:
wish n + v
Betty
without prep
David
wonderful adj
Emma
wood n
Frank
wool n
George
worried adj
Harry
Helen
X
Holly
x-ray n
Katy
Michael
Y
Oliver
yet adv
Richard
yoghurt n
Robert
You’re welcome! excl
Sarah
Sophia
Z
William
zero n

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