Practice English for free with this A2 Flyers Part 5 Set 1 this is part of the A2 Flyers Cambridge English Young Learners Test (YLE) examination. It is aimed at students at a pre-intermediate level of English. Students should be able to read and complete a continuous dialogue.
There is a short conversation between two people. Everything that the first speaker says is on the question paper, with gaps for the second speaker’s answers. For each gap, you have to choose the correct answer from a list.
A2 Flyers Part 5 Set 1
– 7 questions –
|Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.
Mr Park’s class visit a castle
|Paul’s class at school are studying castles in history. So last week their history teacher, Mr Park, took them to visit an old castle on a hill next to the sea. They went by bus and stopped at the bottom of the hill.
Mr Park pointed to the castle at the top of the hill and said, ‘There is no road up there so we have to walk.’
The children were tired and thirsty when they arrived at the castle. But Mr Park had juice for all of them. It was very interesting because Mr Parkshowed them all the different parts of the castle and explained its history.
On the way down the hill, Paul’s friends said, ‘Let’s have a race.’ So Paul and his friends started to run.
‘Stop running!’ shouted Mr Park. But the boys ran faster and faster and then Paul fell over and hurt his leg. It wasn’t broken, but he couldn’t walk very well.
Mr Park saw a farmer on his horse in a field. He went to speak to him and the farmer let Paul ride his big brown horse down the hill to the bus.
‘Sorry we didn’t listen to you on the hill,’ Paul said to Mr Park, ‘but we listened in the castle. It was great! Can we come again?’
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