Starters Listening Part 1 Test 3

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Starters Listening Part 1 Test 3 checks your ability to listen to names and descriptions. You see a big picture showing people doing things. You have to move the name to the person the people are describing.

5 minutes.Listening for names and descriptions.Early stages of learning English.

You will hear a girl and her grandma talking about a classroom photo. Put the names in the right places in the photo.

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Starters Listening Part 1 Test 3 (Transcript)

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

A: Do you like this photo of my classroom Grandma?
B: Yes, I do, it’s a nice photo, so who’s that girl walking into the classroom. The one with red hair.
A: She’s got a lot of books.
B: Yeah she has.

Can you see Kim’s name? This is an example. Now you listen and put the names next to the right person.

Question 1
A: Look grandma there’s my friend Anna.
B: Oh yes, she’s writing some numbers on the board.
A: Yeah she loves math.

Question 2
B: So, what’s your teacher’s name?
A: Miss White, she’s very nice and I love her lessons as they’re fun.
B: Oh that’s great to hear. Look she’s smiling in the photo.
A: Yes she’s always very happy to teach us.

Question 3
B: And who’s that boy? The one with the brown hair and glasses.
A: That’s Tom. He’s smart and knows the answer to the question. He helps me sometimes with math.
B: That’s nice of him.

Question 4
B: What about this girl? She isn’t looking at the teacher but just looking in her bag.
A: Oh yeah that’s Becky, that’s her new bag.
B: I like her red bag.
A: Me too, it’s cool.

Question 5
A: Can you see Bill?
B: No, where’s he sitting?
A: Right here, next to Becky.
B: Oh yes, I can see him. He’s writing something in his book.
A: Yeah, he loves writing stories and drawing too.

Now listen to it again.

Here are words and phrases from this activity.

  • answer
  • brown hair
  • classroom
  • glasses
  • grandma
  • it’s cool
  • lessons
  • lots of books
  • on the board
  • math/maths
  • new bag
  • question
  • red hair
  • teach
  • teacher
We regularly add listening and speaking exercises in addition to the reading and writing exercises. We also include videos to help you prepare for this section of the Pre A1 Starters test so you can feel confident on test day.
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Cambridge English: Young Learners, also known as Young Learners English Tests, are a suite of English language examinations specially designed for children in primary and lower-secondary school. The tests are provided by Cambridge English Language Assessment and may be available to take locally.

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