This is A2 Key Reading Part 3 Section 1 Set 7 practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 KEY (KET) examination.This part of the examination assesses your ability to read and find the right answer for everyday conversations.
ADVICE Read each question very carefully. Think about who is speaking and think about what the speakers are doing. This will help you decide what the function of the conversation is.
Example Speaker 1: Can I borrow your calculator, please. Speaker 2: Of course, here you are.
The two speakers are young friends or family members. Speaker 1 is asking to borrow something. Speaker 2 is letting Speaker 1 borrow it.
Asking to borrow something = a function Letting someone borrow something = a function
The first five questions are things you say in a conversation. For each sentence, you have to choose what the other person says next. This part of the examination assesses your ability to read and find the right answer for everyday conversations.
The more words you encounter and understand, the broader your day-to-day vocabulary will become. So, our A2 Word searches are an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings.
Word puzzles require not just a good vocabulary and a knack for spelling, but the ability to think logically and strategically. In the case of puzzles like our A2 Crosswords, it’s crucial to spell linked words correctly to be able to complete the task.
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