In the Kitchen

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kitchenIn the kitchen listening practice for the Cambridge Assessment English Pre A1 Starters (YLE) exam. You will hear someone telling you to put objects around a kitchen.

In the kitchenTranscriptVocabulary

Look at the picture. Listen and look. There is one example.

A; Can you see the hat?
B: Yes, I can.
A: Good. Put the hat on the chair.
B: OK. On the chair.

You see the hat on the chair. This is an example. Now you listen and drag the picture in the correct place.


A: Can you see the water jug?
B: Yes, I can.
A: Put the water jug on the table.
B: Water jug on the table.

A: Can you see the fridge?
B: Yes, I can.
A: Put the bread on top of the fridge.

A: Now put the chocolate cake in the fridge.
B: The cake is in the fridge.
A: Yes, that’s right.

A: Can you see the cardboard above the sink?
B: Yes, I can.
A: Put the apple in the cardboard.
B: In the cardboard?
A: Yes, please.

A: Can you see the oven?
B: Yes, I can.
A: Put the burger between the oven and the sink.
B: OK. Is this OK?
A: Yes, that’s great. Thank you.

Now listen again.

Here are words and phrases from this activity.

  • above
  • between
  • can you …?
  • cardboard
  • chocolate cake
  • on the chair
  • on top of the fridge
  • oven
  • sink
  • water jug
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