A2 Key Part 3b Exercise 2

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A2 Key Reading Part 3b Exercise 2

A2 Key Reading Part 3b Exercise 2 is practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 KEY Reading & Writing (KET) examination. This is about a friend who needs help with work.

This is the second part of Part 3 which is a longer conversation, but some sentences are missing. You have a list of sentences and you have to find the right sentence for each space. This part of the examination assesses your ability to read and find the right answer for everyday conversations.

A2 Key Reading Part 3b Exercise 2

For questions 1-5 choose the correct answer from the choices available.


Will: Hello, Harry. How are you?

Harry: OK thanks, Will. And you?

Will: Great, but I've got a report to write tonight.

Harry: (1)

Will: My computer's broken. I'm going to George's house to use his.

Harry: (2)

Will: It will take me about an hour by car.

Harry: (3)

Will: Is that OK? Won't you need it tonight?

Harry: (4)

Will: Really? Thanks a lot. And can you read through it when I am finished?

Harry: (5)

Will: You can give me a hand with some of my work too.


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