Young Learners Level Test

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Welcome to our free young learners English Level test which suggests the level of English course to follow.

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Our young learners level test is a free test designed for students between the ages of 6 and 12 years old. It will take about 10 minutes to complete and it will suggest which English level to follow. You can opt to receive your results by email.

Live English Level Results

10% were graded 'B1 (Intermediate)'
23% were graded 'A2 Flyers (Pre Intermediate)'
38% were graded 'A1 Movers (Elementary)'
29% were graded 'Pre A1 Starters (Beginner)'

 

Young Learners Level Test

Press the next button once you have completed each section. When you complete the test press the submit button.

Look and read. Choose YES or NO. There are two examples.

This is a phone.Yes
duckThis is a cow.No

 

Questions

1This is a hot dog.
2This is a lamp.
3This is a monkey.
4This is a doll.
5This is an egg.

Look and read. Choose yes or no.

The boy is riding a bike.Yes
There are two bikes.No

Examples

Questions

1There are two dogs.
2The girl has a pink hat.
3There is a cat
4Two children are eating cakes.
5They are in a park.

Read the text and choose the best answer.

Example

Mum: Are you doing your homework, Becky?
Becky:
Questions
1.Mum:What's the matter?
Becky: 
2.Mum: What did the teacher ask you to do?
Becky: 
3.Mum: What do you have to write about?
Becky: 
4.Mum: Did you ask Dad for help?
Becky: 
5.Mum: Do you want some help?
Becky: 
6.Becky: Thanks for helping me, Mum.
Mum: 

Read the text and then choose the right words.

Potatoes

Potatoes grow on potato plants. (1) you look at a potato plant, you can only see (2) leaves because potatoes grow on the part of the plant that is under the ground!

There are many different kinds of potatoes. Farmers (3) more than sixteen weeks to grow really big potatoes but only six weeks to grow little ones.

Potatoes are one of (4) world's favourite vegetables!

Some people like making tasty chips (5) the potatoes they grow or buy. Do you?

Choose the correct word next to each definition.

1. This is a book with spaces to write in for each day of the year.

2. There are doctors and nurses in this place. You go there if you are very sick.

3. This comes from trees and people make a lot of things with it, for example, tables, chairs and wardrobes.

4. This can take a lot of people from one place to another. You wait at stations for it.

5. You use this to draw straight lines. It is usually made of plastic.

6. This usually smells nice and people use it when they wash their hands.

7. Windows are made of this because you can see through it, but it is easy to break.

8. If someone is ill, this can take them quickly through the traffic to the hospital.

9. People make a lot of different things in these places, for example, computers, clothes and toys.

10. You can read books or study in these places because they are usually very quiet.

Kevin is talking to his mum about going to the water park with his class. What does Kevin say? Read the conversation and choose the best answer for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters. There is one example.

Example:
Mum:Hello Kevin. Did you have a good day at the water park?
Kevin:It was a great day, thanks.
Questions:
1Mum:Do they have a big slide there?
Kevin:
2Mum:What did you like doing there?
Kevin:
3Mum:Where did you eat your lunch?
Kevin:
4Mum:Did you go to the shop?
Kevin:
5Mum:How long did you spend at the water park?
Kevin:

Fish live in the (1) . They can be blue, grey, yellow or green. They can swim, but they can't stand or walk. Some people have fish at their (2) . People go to the (3) and they can see lots of fish in the water. They don't have arms or legs, but they have a (4) and two (5) on their head to see things.

 

Yesterday morning when Sally woke up, she was happy. It was Sunday and she liked Sundays. She went downstairs and her mother made some pancakes with honey for breakfast. The weather wasn't very cold, but it was cloudy. Sally put on her jacket before she went outside. She climbed on a rock and sat there looking at the countryside.

'Well, Sally, what would you like to do today?' her mother asked. 'I want to go and see my friend Jane.' Sally said. 'Does she live near the river?' her mother asked. 'That's right. You know her father. He works at the hospital,' Sally said.  Sally phoned her friend, and her mother drove her to Jane's house.

When Sally arrived at the house, both girls decided to go fishing. The girls sat near the river and started fishing. Then Jane shouted, 'I think I've got a fish!' She caught the fish and took it out of the water. The fish jumped and then it was in Jane's curly brown hair! Sally laughed. 'Oh dear, now you need to wash your hair,' The fish jumped out of her hair and landed back in the river. The girls never caught any more fish. When they got back to the house. Jane's mother was making fish and chips for lunch.

Write one word in the missing gaps.

  1. Sally was happy because she liked .
  2. Sally ate some with honey for breakfast.
  3. Sally wore her when she went outside.
  4. Jane lives near the .
  5.  Sally's mother knows Jane's father because he works at the .
  6. The fish jumped out of Jane's and back into the river.
  7. Jane's mother was making when they arrived back.

Read the diary and write the missing words. Write only one word in the missing space.

Saturday

My dad and I went fishing today.

It was great!

When my Dad was young, he often went fishing with his brother, my (1) Bob. They both loved fishing, so now I am going (2) learn to fish too.

When we arrived at the lake, my dad hired a boat for the day. It was a small boat, but (3) wasn't much wind on the lake, so it wasn't dangerous. My dad told me all about how to fish and he said 'Don't (4) noisy on the lake.' I didn't catch any fish, but my dad caught two. We will (5) back again next week.


 

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