Short Messages Exercise 1

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For this short messages Exercise 1, read six short real-world texts for the main message to practice for A2 Key Reading Part 1 for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 KEY (KET) examination. This part of the examination assesses your ability to read for the main message.

Short Messages Exercise 1: A2 Key Reading Part 1

There are six short emails, notices, signs or messages. There are three sentences next to each one. You have to choose which sentence matches the meaning of the email, notice, sign or text message.

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