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sports centreA1 Sports Centre listening practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A1 Movers (YLE) exam, you will hear a man asking a woman questions at a sports centre. Write the words or numbers in the missing spaces.

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Listening part two. Listen and look. There is one example.

Man: Excuse me, I work here. Please can I ask you some questions?
Woman: Alright
Man: Did you come here last week?
Woman: Yes, I did. I came here on Tuesday.

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

Question 1

Man: Who did you come here with friends or families?
Woman: I came here with my family.
Man: How many children have got?
Woman: Two.
Man: How old are you?
Woman: They’re twelve and eight.

Question 2
Man: Did you have lunch in the cafe?
Woman: Yes, we did.
Man: Did you like the food?
Woman: Oh yes. It was great.
Man: Did you have a sandwich?
Woman: No, I had a salad. I wasn’t very hungry because I had a cold.

Question 3
Man: Did you have a drink?
Woman: No, oh wait. Yes, I did.
Man: What did you have?
Woman: A cup of coffee.

Question 4
Man: What’s your favourite sport?
Woman: That’s a difficult question. I like hockey.
Man: Oh yes.
Woman: But I like tennis better.
Man: So, is that your favourite?
Woman: Yes.

Question 5
Man: Only one more question. What’s your name?
Woman: I’m Mrs Ball.
Man: B-A-L-L
Woman: That’s right. Now I need to go home.
Man: That’s OK. That was the last question. Thank you.

Now listen to it again.

Here are words and phrases from this activity.

  • a cold
  • cafe
  • children
  • difficult question
  • go home
  • hockey
  • hungry
  • last question
  • sandwich
  • sports centre
  • tennis
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