A1 Movers Part 2 Test 6

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A1 Movers Listening Part 2 Test 6 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 6, 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 6: Cinema

 

Movers Part 2Audio Script

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!

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

R 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.

R 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!

R 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!

R 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!

R 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!

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The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become. Our word games and puzzles are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.
Especially helpful are exercises that are focussed on a theme or topic as these provide word retention practice so you can be confident to read, write, speak and listen successfully.

At this elementary level, there are materials concerned with basic English communication to provide confidence to understand at this basic level of English.

Here are resources at this elementary level that will give students practice in reading and writing. The reading materials are reading comprehensions but can be easily adapted for other reading practice. At this low level, the writing materials are generally guided writings.