Five Conversations Test 1

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five conversationsFive conversations Test 1 practice for the Cambridge Assessment English Pre A1 Starters (YLE) exam.  For each conversation, there is a question and three pictures. You need to listen carefully to each conversation and choose the right answer (A, B or C).

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Listen and choose the correct one.  There is one example. What is Jack doing in the park?

football
basketball
bike ride
A
B
C
Answer = B

1. What is the new animal at the zoo?

lion
giraffe
hippo
A
B
C
Answer =

2. What is for lunch?

beefburger
pizzaslice
icecream
A
B
C
Answer =

3. Where is Becky's football shirt?

bedroom
kitchen
bathroom
A
B
C
Answer =

4. What does Mary need?

scissors
glue
ruler
A
B
C
Answer =

5. What can Becky do?

biking
skateboarding
dog walking
A
B
C
Answer =

 

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Five Conversations Test 1

Example = What is jack doing in the park?

A: Where’s Jack?
B: He’s at the park.
A: Is he playing football or on his bike?
B: He is playing basketball with his friend.

One – What is the new animal at the zoo?
A:
There is a new animal at the zoo.
B: What is it a hippo or giraffe?
A: No, it’s your favourite animal.
B: A lion. Wow!

Two – What’s for lunch?
A: Are you hungry?
B: Yes, do we have some pizza?
A: No, but we have burgers.
B: OK. Can I have some ice-cream too?
A: Sorry, we don’t have any more.

Three – Where’s Becky’s football shirt?
A: Where’s my football shirt? It’s not in my bedroom.
B: Well, it’s not here in the kitchen.
A: Oh! Here it is in the bathroom.
B: OK, thanks.

Four – What doesn’t Mary have?
A: I have some homework from school.
B: Do you need some glue or scissors?
A: No, I have those. But I need a ruler.

Five – What can Becky do?
A: Becky can you ride a bike with me?
B: Sorry, I can’t ride a bike or skateboard.
A: Can you take the dog for a walk?
B: That sounds good

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