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cinemaA1 Cinema listening practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers (YLE) exam, you will hear a boy and a man talking about going to the cinema. Write the words or numbers in the missing spaces.

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Listen and look. There is one example.

Boy: Oh good! No lessons today! We are going to the cinema now with our teacher.
Man: Which teacher?
Boy: Miss Day. She’s our favourite teacher!
Man: That’s nice for you!

Can you see the answer? Now you listen and write.

Question One
Man: Is the cinema called ‘Picture House’?
Boy: Yes, that’s right.
Man: I know where it is.
Boy: Yes. It’s next to the school.

Question Two
Man: What film is on?
Boy: It’s a funny film. Three friends go to a town near the sea.
Man: I know what it’s called. It’s called ‘A nice holiday!’
Boy: Yes. That’s it!

Question Three
Man: When is the film?
Boy: It is on in the afternoon.
Man: Good. Then you can have lunch before the film!
Boy: What about going to the restaurant opposite the bus station?
Man: OK, that’s a good idea!

Question Four
Boy: What is for dinner?
Man: We can have chicken for dinner.
Boy: Good, it’s my favourite food!
Man: OK, you can have a lot then!

Question Five
Boy: Dad, can I go to bed at I 0 o’clock?
Man: No. You have school tomorrow.
Boy: Please!
Man: I said ‘no’. I don’t want you to be tired of your lessons tomorrow.
Boy: But I want to watch my favourite football team on TV
Man: Oh, OK then. But don’t tell me you are tired tomorrow!

Now listen to it again.

Here are words and phrases from this activity.

  • cinema
  • favourite teacher
  • football team
  • funny film
  • lessons
  • nice holiday
  • school
  • tomorrow
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