A1 Movers Part 3 Test 1

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A1 Movers Listening Part 3 Test 1 practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers (YLE) exam. You should be able to listen for specific information.

In A1 Movers Listening Part 3 Test 1, there are five short conversations. There is a set of pictures with letters but no words. You have to listen to a conversation between two people and match pictures to one of the names.

Ben is showing his mum a photo of the school Sports Day. Who did what on Sports Day? Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.

 

Movers Part 3Audio Script

basketballskipping
AB
baseballfootbal
CD
watching TVmaking tea
EF
table tennisplaying badminton
GH

Example:

Miss Sky = B

his sister

Fred

Lily

Sally 

Nick 


 

Boy: Look, Mum, that’s my teacher, Miss Sky. Isn’t she pretty?
Wm: Yes. But her face is very red!
Boy: That’s because she’s skipping!
Wm: I thought the teachers didn’t want to be in the Sports Day!
Boy: Yes. The other teachers only wanted to watch, but Miss Sky is different!

R Can you see the letter B? Now you listen and write a letter in each box.

Wm: Who is that very tall boy?
Boy: That’s Nick. He’s very good at basketball.
Wm: But he’s not playing basketball!
Boy: No, in this photo, he’s playing baseball. He can run very fast!

Wm: Oh look at the girl in this photo! She’s very thin! Boy: Yes, that’s Sally. She does a lot of sport.
Wm: What’s her favourite sport?
Boy: Tennis but in this photo, she’s playing badminton.

Wm: Oh, that small boy is very sad in this photo!
Boy: That’s Fred. He’s sad because he is watching the football game.
Wm: Don’t all boys like football?
Boy: Yes and Fred loves it! But he broke his leg yesterday! Wm: Oh, I understand, now!

Wm: That small girl is very busy! Boy: The one standing by the table? Wm: Yes.
Boy: Oh, that’s Lily. She’s making tea.
Wm: Why is she doing that?
Boy: It’s for the girls who are playing hockey. They ‘re always thirsty after a game!

Boy: Look, Mum! That’s Paul. He’s my best friend! Wm: He’s very happy!
Boy: That’s because he’s doing his favourite sport!
Wm: Table tennis?
Boy: Yes, he loves it! He doesn’t like football or basketball, but he loves this sport!

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