A1 Movers Part 2 Test 4

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A1 Movers Listening Part 2 Test 4 practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers (YLE) exam. You listen to some information about a woman talking about a sports centre.

In A1 Movers Listening Part 2 Test 4, there is a short conversation between two people. There is a form or a page of a notebook with some missing words (gaps). You have to listen to the recording and write a missing word or number in each gap.

A1 Movers Listening Part 2 Test 4: Supermarket

 

Movers Part 2Audio Script

Listen and look. There is one example.

Man: Hello. I work here at the supermarket. Can I ask you some questions?
Girl: OK.
Man: Are you here with your parents? Girl: No, I’m here with my aunt.

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

R One
Man: How often do you shop here?
Girl: Every Monday.
Man: Do you always come with your aunt?

R Two
Man: What are you buying today?
Girl: Well, we need food for a party.
Man: Are you buying a cake?
Girl: Yes, a nice carrot cake.

R Three
Man: Why do you want to have a party?
Girl: It’s my cousin’s birthday.
Man: What’s your cousin’s name? Girl: Her name is Vicky.
Man: Tell her happy birthday!

R Four
Man: What present did you buy her? Girl: I bought her a toy monkey. Man: Does she love animals?
Girl: Yes, but monkeys are her favourite animal.

R Five
Man: How many friends did you invite to the party?
Girl: I invited all her classmates. There are 22 children in her class.
Man: Have a good time.
Girl: Thank you.

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