A1 Movers Part 3 Test 2

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A1 Movers Listening Part 3 Test 2 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 2, 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.

Bill is telling Peter about a birthday party he went to last weekend. How did each person dress up for the party? Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.

 

Movers Part 3Audio Script

snowman costumealien costume
AB
rabbit costumeshark costume
CD
clown costumetiger costume
EF
pirate costumecow costume
GH

Example:

Bill = D

his sister

his cousin

his aunt

his uncle

his brother


 

R Bill is telling Peter about a birthday party he went to last weekend. How did each person dress up for the party?

Boy: Oh yes! It was great!
Man: Did you dress up in funny clothes?
Boy: Yes, I did. I wanted to be a chicken but Mum said it was easier to be a sea animal.
Man: Were you a fish or a shark?
Boy: A shark! And everyone was frightened of me!

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

Boy: When my uncle came to the party, everyone was frightened, too!
Man: Was he a shark too?
Boy: No. He was in green clothes and had an ice cream.
He looked funny and scary. Man: Oh I see! He was a lizard!
Boy: I thought at first he was, too. But he told me he was an alien!

Man: And your brother, what was he?
Boy: He wanted to be someone from a comic book. But Mum told him it was easier to be a clown. Man: Really? I don’t think he liked that!
Boy: It was OK. My brother thought it was funny and we all laughed when we saw him.

Boy: Everyone laughed too when they saw my aunt! Man: Why?
Boy: We all thought she was a cat because she loves cats. Man: Wasn’t she?
Boy: No, she told us she was a rabbit. But she was white so we thought she was a big cat!

Man: And how did your sister dress up?
Boy: You know her! She loves the sea and stories about pirates!
Man: So, she was a pirate?
Boy: Yes, that’s right. But Mum wasn’t happy. She wanted her to be a beautiful princess!

Man: You didn’t tell me about your cousin. How did he dress up?
Boy: I like him, but sometimes he is very boring! Man: Oh?
Boy: He wore his mum’s white coat and said he was a man made of snow! We all thought he was a doctor, at first!

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