EXAMINATION PAPERS FROM

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
ESOL EXAMINATIONS
Cambridge Books for Cambridge Exams •••
Contents
To the student
Test 1 Paper 1 2
Paper 2. 13
Paper 3
19
Test 2 Paper 1 20
Paper 2
31
Paper 3
37
Test 3 Paper 1 38
Paper 2
49
Paper 3
55
Test 4 Paper 1 56
Paper 2 67
Paper 3 73
Visual materials for Paper 3
74
Sample answer sheets 82
..
To the student
This book is for students preparing for University of Cambridge ESOL
Examinations Key English Test (KET) . It contains four complete tests based on
the new test format from March 2004.
What is KET?
KET is an examination for speakers of other languages studying English. It tests
Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The KET examination is at
Cambridge Level One (Council of Europe Level A2).
Paper 1 1 hour 10 minutes Reading and Writing 9 parts 50% of total marks
Paper 2 approx 30 minutes Listening 5 parts 25% of total marks
Paper 3 8-10 minutes Speaking 2 parts 25% of total marks
How do I prepare for KET?
It is important to know what type of questions are in the KET examination. Doing
the tests in this book will help you. Practise putting your answers on the sample
answer sheets on pages 82-84 (you may photocopy these pages). This will help
you to understand what you have to do in the real test.
Reading: Read some books in simple English from your library or local
bookshop. Try to guess the words you don't know before you use a dictionary to
check them. Also, use 'an English learner's dictionary when you study. If you live
in a tourist area, there may be some signs or notices in English outside
restaurants and shops or in railway stations and airports. Read these and try to
understand them.
Writing: Write short letters or messages in English to a friend who is learning
English with you or find an English-speaking pen-friend/e-friend to write to. Write
about your daily life (your home, work or school and your family) . If you go on
holiday, write postcards in English and send them to your English-speaking
friends.
Listening: Listen to the cassettes or CDs that come with English coursebooks
so you can hear different people speaking English. Watch English-language
programmes on television and listen to English on the radio if possible.
Speaking: Talk in English with friends who are studying with you. Ask each
other questions about your daily lives, your future plans and about other towns,
countries or places you have visited.
We hope this book helps you when you take the KET examination. Good luck!
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Test 1
PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
1 Children pay less than adults here.
2 Be careful because this will burn.
3 We don't want any money yet.
4 Things are cheaper here.
5 You must pay with cash.
ANSWER
I EXAMPLE
o This is broken. c
A
C
D
E
F
G
H
SUMMER SALE
LOW PRICES IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS
B
ILIFT NOT WORKING'
I TOY SHOP NOW OPEN I
BUY NOW
PAY NEXT YEAR!
Keep this nightdress
away from fire!
We do not take cheques
or credit cards.
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Read the sentences (6-10) about going to the zoo.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space.
For questions 6-10, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o On Sunday, Tim up early because he was going to the zoo. B
A stood B woke C went
6 He put some biscuits and an apple in a bag for his
A meat B lunch C dish
.
7 He took a bus to the zoo and got off outside the
A high B important C main
entrance.
8 He
A enjoyed
at the monkeys eating some bananas.
B watched C laughed
9 The lions were sleeping under a tree because it was very
A hot B tired C full
.
10 Tim
A put
some photos of the elephants.
B took C made
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Test 1
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Complete the five conversations.
For questions 11-15, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE
A I'm 18.
How are you?
B I'm Peter.
C I'm fine.
11 John's broken this plate.
12 Is this your watch?
13 Can I have a sandwich?
14 How many people were in the cafe?
15 We're from London.
A That's very good.
B Here you are.
C It doesn't matter.
A It's three o'clock.
B I think it's Dave's.
C I'm sorry I'm late.
A Yes, of course.
B Yes, it is.
C Yes, that's right.
A Not much.
B A few.
C A little.
A Not at all.
B Yes, please.
C How interesting.
ANSWER
C
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
QUESTIONS 16-20
Complete the conversation about a flat.
What does Ben say to Ann?
For questions 16-20, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
Ann: 279616, Ann Beaton speaking.
Ben: 0 . o
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Test 1
PART 4
QUESTIONS 21-27
Read the article about some birds.
Are sentences 21-27 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B)?
If there is not enough information to answer 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B),
choose 'Doesn't say' (C).
For questions 21-27, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
CANADA GEESE
Canada Geese are large blue and white
birds. When autumn arrives, they have to fly
south where the weather is warmer. The
winters are so cold in Canada that the birds
die if they stay there. miles south of his home in Canada. The
Last spring, Bill Lishman found sixteen geese followed him all the way. Bill left the
young Canada Geese on his farm. They had geese in Virginia and he returned home.
lost their parents. Bill thought, 'These young This spring, Bill was waiting for the birds
birds won't know what to do in the autumn.' to come back. They didn't arrive, so Bill flew
Bill had a small plane and he decided to to Virginia to get them. He looked for them
teach the birds to follow him. All through the for two weeks but he couldn't find them.
summer, he went on short trips in his plane When he arrived back home, Bill found the
and the young geese flew after him. geese waiting for him. They had found their
When the cold weather arrived in autumn, way home without him!
Bill flew to Virginia in the United States, 600
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Winters in Canada are too cold for Canada Geese. A
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
21 Bill Lishman is a farmer.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
22 Bill lives with his parents.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
23 Bill carried the geese in his plane.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
24 This was Bill's first visit to Virginia.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
25 Bill wanted the geese to stay at his home for the winter.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
26 Bill stayed in Virginia all winter.
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
27 The geese returned to Canada in the spring.
-c
A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say
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Test 1
PARTS
QUESTIONS 28-35
Read the article about bicycles.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space (28-35).
For questions 28-35, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
BICYCLES
The bicycle is .... .JL.... . cheap and clean
way to travel. The first bicycle ? ~ . . . . . . \
made about one hundred and fifty years ago.
At first, bicycles were expensive. Only rich people ~ . ~ buy one. These
early bicycles looked very different from the ones we have today. Later,
......~ 9 bicycles became cheaper, many people ~ . L one. People started
idi bl I k d . 32 f .
n mg lCYC es to war an In ree time.
Today, people use cars more than bicycles; cars are much ~ ~ and you
don't get wet when it rains! But some people ~ ~ prefer to cycle to
work. They say that ~ ? are too many cars in town centres and you
can't find anywhere to park!
ANSWER
I' EXAMPLE
o A some B any C a C
28 A was B is C were
29 A must B could C may
30 A when B if C that
31 A buy B buys C bought
32 A their B his C its
33 A fast B faster C fastest
34 A yet B still C already
35 A they B there C here
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 6
QUESTIONS 36-40
Read the descriptions (36-40) of some people in a family.
What is the word for each description?
The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in
the word.
For questions 36-40, write the words on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o If your child is a boy, he is this.
36 This is your mother's brother.
37 She is your father's mother.
38 This is the person a man is married to.
39 This is your father's sister.
40 If your child is a girl, she is this.
u ---­
g---------­
w --­
a --­
d------­
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I
Test 1
PART 7
QUESTIONS 41-50
Complete these letters.
Write ONE word for each space (41-50).
For questions 41-50, write your words on the answer sheet.
Dear Sir,
(Example: r . ~ ~ ~ L ) your advertisement for English
courses 41. the newspaper. I would 4 ~ to have
some more information. How . . 4 ~ does a course
cost? Also, 44 long is each course and when
does the next course start?
Yours,
Maria Gonzalez
Dear Ms. Gonzalez,
Thank ..... . 4 ~ .... . for your letter. Our next course
starts in three weeks, .. .. . . 4 ~ Monday , 9 May. This
is a 6-week course and it 41. .. .. . £150. If you
prefer .. .. . . 4 ~ ...... begin in June, we have ... ...4 ~ .. ... 10-week
course for £200. I hope ......?9. .. ... is the information
you want.
You r s ,
David May
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PARTS
QUESTIONS 51-55
Read the note from a student who wants a book from a library.
Fill in the information on the Reservation Form.
For questions 51-55, write the information on the answer sheet.
Rose Cottage
Northfleet
26 March
To: Weston University Library
My teacher, Robin Gibson, has told me to read Understanding Science
before my exam on 17th April. I am on holiday in Northfleet at the
moment but I'll return to my home at 22 King's Road, Weston on 9th
April. I'd like to get the book the next day and keep it for one week. It's
by 5 J Renshaw. Thank you.
Mary Jones
Weston University Library
Reservation Form
Name of book: Underetendinq Science
Name of writer:
~ ' - - - - - - - - ­
When do you want the book?
~
For how long?
~ - - - - - ­
Student's name:
~ I ­
Student's address:
~ I ­
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Test 1
PART 9
QUESTION 56
Your friend has asked you to go swimming tomorrow evening. You can't go.
Write a note to your friend.
Say:
- why you can't go
- when and where you can meet your friend on another day.
Write 25-35 words.
Write your note on the answer sheet.
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Paper 2: Listening
PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes
transfer time)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick !2l under the right answer.
EXAMPLE
o How many people were at the meeting?
3 13 30
A 0 B 0 C !2l
What will they eat for dinner this evening?
2
A 0
What time is it?
B 0 C 0
2:10
2:20
2:30
A B 0 C 0
/
13
3
4
Test 1
What's Michelle going to read?
A 0 B 0 c 0
How much did the tickets cost?
$90 $99 $19
A 0 B 0 c 0
5' Where is the chemist's?
B 0 c 0 A 0
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Listen to Kate telling Emma about her family.
Where is each person going today?
For questions 6-10, write a letter A-H next to each person.
You will hear the conversation twice.
ANSWER
I EXAMPLE
o Sam @J
PEOPLE PLACES
6 Kate's mother A concert
D
B dentist's
7 Tanya
D
C driving school
8 Len
D
D golf club
9 Tom
D E hairdresser's
F shops
10 Kate's father
D
G Spanish class
~
-c
H tennis club
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Test 1
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Listen to a woman talking to a policeman.
For questions 11-15, tick IZl A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Where did the woman lose her bag? A
B
C
in town
on the bus
at home
~
0
0
11 How much money was in the bag? A
B
C
£20
£40
£50
0
0
0
12 What else was in the bag? A
B
C
credit card
driving licence
gloves
0
0
0
13 The bag was A
B
C
old.
expensive.
big.
0
0
0
14 What time did the woman lose the bag? A
B
C
9.30
10.00
10.30
0
0
0
15 The policeman will telephone her in the A
B
C
morning.
afternoon.
evening.
0
0
0
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 4
QUESTIONS 16-20
You will hear a man speaking on the telephone.
He wants to speak to Miss Dixon, but she is not there.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Message
TO: 'Dixon
FROM:
G!JL-
MY"
_
.
Meeting about:
[ill new .
On:

Time:
G!JL-- ---------'
In: Y"ooM G!J .
Please take:

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Test 1
PARTS
QUESTIONS 21-25
You will hear a man talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
DAY TRIP
To:
Breakfast at:
~ - - - - - - ­
Meet in:
~ - - - - - - - - - - - - ­
Colour of lunch ticket:
~ ' - - - - - - - - - - ­
Get lunch ticket from:
~ L ­ _
Bring:
~ ' - - - - - - - - - - ­
You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
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Paper 3: Speaking
PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes)
The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. You will take the test with another
candidate. There are two examiners, but only one of them will talk to you. The
examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate.
Part 1 (5-6 minutes)
The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. These questions will
be about your daily life, past experiences and future plans. For example, you may
have to speak about your school, job, hobbies or home town.
Part 2 (3--4 minutes)
You and your partner will speak to each other. You will ask and answer
questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. The
examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. Your partner will use
the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. Then
you will change roles.
(
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Test 2
PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o We are only open in the morning. G
1 Not all drivers can stop here.
2 Children cannot come here in the
evening.
3 Drivers must be careful.
4 Not everyone can make a call from here.
5 Only adults have to pay here.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
TELEPHONE
for customers' use only
DANGER!
No Traffic Lights Ahead
PARKING FOR POLICE CARS ONLY
LEEDS CASTLE
FREE ADMISSION
FOR CHILDREN
Film matinee 2 p.m.
£ 3.00
IBookshop - Closed afternoons I
TELEPHONES ON
SECOND FLOOR
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Read the sentences (6-10) about a swimming pool.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space.
For questions 6-10, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o A new swimming pool has just in the town centre. A
A opened B built C become
6 Everyone must
A do B
a shower before they go in the water .
make C take
7 There are special changing rooms for
A brothers B parents C
with young children.
cousins
8 Please
A know .
to take a towel with you to the pool.
B understand C remember
9 If you are
A dirty B
, you can get a drink in the snack bar upstairs .
thirsty C wet
In the afternoons , there are swimming classes for children of all
A ages B lessons C pupils
.
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Test 2
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Complete the five conversations.
For questions 11-15, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE
Where do you
come from?
A New York.
ANSWER
B School.
A
C Home.
11 John's going to London. A
B
C
Often?
Yesterday?
By train?
12 When do you study? A
B
C
At school.
In the evenings.
In the library.
13 Do you like my new shoes? A
B
C
Where did you buy them?
How long are they?
Would you like them?
14 Be careful. A
B
C
Thank you.
I will.
What a pity!
15 I hate basketball. A
B
C
You are, too.
It can, too.
I do, too.
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
QUESTIONS 16-20
Complete the conversation between two friends.
What does David say to Sarah?
For questions 16-20, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
Sarah: Hello, David. How are you?
David: 0 . D
Sarah: I'm tired. I went to see a late film last
night.
David: 16 .....................
Sarah: That one with Brad Pitt, the American
actor.
David: 17 .....................
Sarah: I think so. You liked his last film, didn't
you?
David: 18 ..................,..
Sarah: The new one in the city centre.
David: 19 .....................
,/Sarah: Yes, £6, but it's much better than the old
one.
David: 20 ...... .. .. .. .. .... .. .
Sarah: Well, I hope you like it.
~
A Perhaps I'll go next
weekend.
B Are the tickets expensive
there?
C Oh, what did you see?
D Fine thanks, and you?
E Do you think I'd like it?
F Is the city centre far?
G Yes, it was really good.
Which cinema did you go
to?
H You should go to bed early.
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Test 2
PART 4
QUESTIONS 21-27
Read the article about Esther and then answer the questions.
For questions 21-27, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
ESTHER'S STORY
When Esther left school at the age of sixteen, her
aunt Flory gave her £500 for her birthday. Most of
Esther's friends decided to go to college, but Esther
used her aunt's money to start her own business. She
bought fruit, sugar and some glass jars and began
making her own jam. She sold the jam for £1 a jar to
her friends and she soon doubled her aunt's £500.
At first, her parents didn't want Esther to spend her time making jam and
they thought that she should study instead. They hoped that one day she would
be a teacher or a doctor. But Esther didn't listen to them. She just kept on
makingjam. After a few months, she started selling it to the local market. Then
she started making orange juice. She sold this to a school where one of her
friends worked.
After two years, her business was very large and her parents were very
. pleased with her. She made all kinds of food which she sold to shops and
supermarkets. She was so busy that she had to get some people to work for
her.
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o How old was Esther when
she left school?
A
B
C
14
15
16
C
21 Why did Aunt Flory give Esther
some money?
A
B
C
Esther asked for it.
Esther's friends needed it.
It was a present.
22 After she left school, Esther A
B
C
went to college.
started her own business.
worked for her aunt.
23 Why did Esther make jam? A
B
C
She liked to eat it.
She had a lot of fruit.
She wanted to make money.
24 When Esther left school, her parents
wanted her to
A
B
C
go to college.
be a businesswoman.
work in a market.
25
- ~
Esther sold orange juice to A
B
C
the local market.
a school.
her friends.
26 Esther's parents were happy
because Esther
.;c ,:
A
B
C
cooked for them.
was busy.
had a good business .
27 After two years, Esther A
B
C
paid people to help her.
worked in a supermarket.
opened a shop.
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Test 2
PARTS
QUESTIONS 28-35
Read the article about air travel.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space (28-35).
For questions 28-35, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
A HISTORY OF AIR TRAVEL
In 1783, two French brothers built ..... JL.... first balloon to take people into the air.
One hundred and twenty years later, in 1903, the Wright brothers built the first
plane with an engine and ?!t in it. This was : ? ~ the United States. Then,
in 1918 , the US Post Office began the first airmail service.
Aeroplanes changed a ~ 9 in the next thirty years. Then, in the 1950s,
aeroplanes became much ~ L because they had jet engines.
In 1976, Concorde was built in the UK and France. It is the fastest passenger
plane in the world and it ... ...~ ~ ...... fly at 2500 kilometres an hour, so the journey
...~ ~ ........ London to New Yark is only four hours.
Today, millions of people travel ..... .~ 4 .... .. aeroplane, and it is difficult to think ofa
world without ......~ ~ .......
ANSWER
B a Cone A
28 A fly B flown C flew
29 A in B at C through
30 A lot B many C few
31 A fast B faster C fastest
32 A must B should C can
33 A between B from C of
34 A with B on C by
35 A them B their C they
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 6
QUESTIONS 36-40
Read the descriptions (36-40) of some holiday words.
What is the word for each description?
The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in
the word.
For questions 36-40, write the words on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o You may need this to leave the country.
36 If you want a room in a hotel, you can
phone and do this first.
37 When you arrive at a hotel or a campsite,
you go here first.
r _
38 You sleep inside this on a campsite.
39 This kind of hotel room is for two people.
40 You go here to enjoy the sun and swim
in the sea.
\.
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Test 2
PART 7
QUESTIONS 41-50
Complete these letters.
Write ONE word for each space (41-50).
For questions 41-50, write your words on the answer sheet.
Dear Sir,
I lost (Example: .... .my.... bag on a train .... ..41... week.
I was on the 8.30 a.m . train to Cambridge . . 4 ~ .... ?"
10th May. It is .. ...: ~ ~ ...... large blue bag and my name
. i.> • • • •• •44 written on the outside 4 ~ you found
this bag?
Yours faithfully,
Mary Johnson
Dear Ms Johnson,
I .... ..4
fL
... pleased to tell .47 that we have your
bag here. If you come 4 ~ this office, .. .. . . 4 ~ t .. .. ~
give it to
closes at
you.
6.30 p
The
.m.
office ..... .?Q. .. .. . at
every day.
9 a.m. and
Yours sincerely,
J Wi/son
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART a
QUESTIONS 51-55
Read the information about language courses and the e-mail message.
Fill in the information on the Course Booking Form.
For questions 51-55, write the information on the answer sheet.
Language Courses
French : Monday even ing
German: Thursday evening
Portugue se: Tuesday afternoon
Spanish: Wednesday evening
Afternoon Classes: 2.30-4.30 p.m.
Evening Classes: 6.30-8.30 p.m.
To: International Language School
I come f rom Australia and I teach
French to businessmen. I want to
start learning Portuguese because
next year I am going to work in Brazil.
I am fr ee after 1 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Thursdays. Can I book a place on
one of your courses?
Cheryl Harvey
International Language School
Course Booking Form
Full name: Cheryl Harvey
Nationali ty:
~
..
I
Occupation:
[iJ
• e-:
I
, ,).C-., ' .­
I
Name of course:
~
-r r ,.. l .' t
I
Day:
~
I
, :"\.:
r.:
. ;'
. r 'J'"'''' '''''
~ .
I
Starting time:
~
J
, ~ ) ~ , -
I
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Test 2
PART 9
QUESTION 56
Read this postcard from your friend, Alex.
POSTCARD
D
I C<.M ~ o i n ~ t-o visit- your
CCJJ..nt-ry nex:t- Month· CC<.n I
see- yeu..
7
Pectse t-ell we abcai: the
u..JE.£<..ther there. VlhC<.t:
C.bthes sheu..ki I b r l n ~ 7
Aex:
Write a postcard to Alex.
Answer Alex's questions.
Write 25-35 words.
Write your postcard on the answer sheet.
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Paper 2: Listening
PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes
transfer time)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick IZI under the right answer.
EXAMPLE
o How many people were at the meeting?
3 13 30
A D B D
How will Mary travel to Scotland?
A D c D
Where are the shoes?
B D
.:
A D B D c D
2
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3
4
5
Test 2
When will the football match start next week?
2.00 p.m. 11.45 a.m. 12.15 p.m.
A D B D c 0
Which box of chocolates do they buy?
A D B D c 0
When's Wendy's birthday?
18 May 21 May 16 May
A D B D c D
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Listen to Pete talking to a friend about his holiday.
What was the weather like each day?
For questions 6-10, write a letter A-H next to each day.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMP LE ANSWER
.
O
Monday ~
I
DAYS WEATHER
6 Tuesday
D
A cloud
B cold
7 Wednesday
D
C fog
8 Thursday
D
D rain
9 Friday
D E snow
F sun
10 Saturday
D
G warm
H wind
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Test 2
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Listen to Michael talking to Marina about a new sports centre.
For questions 11-15, tick ~ A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Where is the new sports centre? A
B
C
Long Road
Bridge Street
Station Road
~
0
0
11 What sport can't you do at the
sports centre?
A
B
C
tennis
table-tenn is
volleyball
0
0
0
12 How much must Marina pay? A
B
C
£14ayear
£30 a year
£50 a year
0
0
0
13 How many days a week is the
sports centre open late?
A
B
C
2
3
4
0
0
0
14 Which bus goes to the sports
centre?
A
B
C
number 10
number 16
number 60
0
0
0
15 When will Michael and Marina go
to the sports centre?
A
B
C
Tuesday
Thursday
Friday
0
0
0
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 4
QUESTIONS 16-20
You will hear a conversation about a flat for rent.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
LONFLATS AGENCY
Flat for rent in:
Number of bedrooms:

Cost: B £.. a Month I
Address: 21 Sfyu,t l
When see flat? G!:I at ..
Free from: .
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Test 2
PART 5
QUESTIONS 21-25
You will hear a tour guide talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
TRIP TO CHESTER
Coach leaves: 9.15 a.m.
Arrives Chester: ~ _
Morning visit: [22]_2_ .'-- _
Price of family ticket: ~ L - £ . _____.J
Lunch in: ~ ' - _____'
Afternoon visit: ~ L _
You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
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Paper 3: Speaking
PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes)
The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. You will take the test with another
candidate. There are two examiners, but only one of them will talk to you. The
examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate.
Part 1 (5-6 minutes)
The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. These questions will
be about your daily life, past experiences and future plans. For example, you may
have to speak about your school, job, hobbies or home town.
Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
You and your partner will speak to each other. You will ask and answer
questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. The
examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. Your partner will use
the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. Then
you will change roles.
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Test 3
PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Don't bring your dog in here. F
1 These are cheaper if you buy several
of them.
2 You can't get many different meals
here.
3 Put this in a cold place.
4 You are too late to get a seat for this
show.
This place is not open all night.
A
KEEP IN FRIDGE
B
C
(
SOUP AND HOT PIES ONLY)
D
TICKETS FOR OASIS
CONCERT ON SALE HERE
from 8 p.m.
E
ALL THIS WEEK
BUY 5
GET 1 FREE
F
NO ANIMALS IN
RESTAURANT
G
ALL TI CKET S SOLD
H
USE BY 19 JULY
5
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Read the sentences (6-10) about Lisa and her friend, Jane.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space.
For questions 6-10, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Lisa her friend Jane on the phone. C
A spoke B talked C called
6 'Let's get a video and it at my house this evening,' she said.
A look B watch C listen
7 'That's a great !' said Jane. 'I've got nothing else to do.'
A pity B thing C idea
8 They went to the video shop and a film with their favourite actor in it.
A chose B decided C thought
9 Then they bought some of cola to drink and a big bag of sweets.
A plates B cups C cans
10 They took everything back to Lisa's house and the film together.
A enjoyed B laughed C liked
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Test 3
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Complete the five conversations.
For questions 11-15, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE
A
B
C
11 Let's walk to the park.
12 When did you arrive?
13 Shall I open the window?
14 I got a letter from Paul this morning.
15 How's your sister?
Tuesday.
Half past eight.
1998.
A All right.
B I think so.
C I'm sorry.
A Tomorrow .
B Yesterday.
C For two days.
A Yes, I shall.
B Yes, you will.
C Yes, please.
A I'm afraid not.
B That's nice.
C He's fine.
A She's Jane.
B She's at school.
C She's very well.
ANSWER
B
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
QUESTIONS 16-20
Complete the conversation.
What does the tourist say to the shop assistant?
For questions 16-20, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
Assistant: Good morning. Can I help you?
Tourist: 0 . o
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Test 3
PART 4
QUESTIONS 21-27
Read the article about a young woman and then answer the questions.
For questions 21-27, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
REBECCA STEVENS
Rebecca Stevens was the first woman to climb Mount Everest. Before
she went up the highest mountain in the world, she was a journalist and
lived in a small flat in south London.
In 1993, Rebecca left her job and her fam ily and travelled to Asia with
some other climbers . She found that life on Everest is hard. 'You must
carry everyth ing on your back: she explained, 'so you can only take things
that you will need. You can't wash on the mountain, and in the end I didn't
even take a toothbrush. I am usually a clean person but there is no water,
only snow. Water is very heavy so you only take enough to drink!'
When Rebecca reached the top of Mount Everest on May 17 1993, it was the best moment of
her life. Suddenly she became famous.
Now she has written a book about the trip and people often ask her to talk about it. She has a
new job too, on a science programme on telev ision.
Rebecca is well known today and she has more money, but she still lives in the little flat in
south London among her pictures and books about mountains!
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Everest is a A
B
e
country.
mountain.
town.
B
21 Before Rebecca climbed Everest, she
worked for
22 Rebecca went to Everest
23 Rebecca didn't take much luggage
because she
24 Rebecca didn't wash on Everest because
25 Rebecca carried water for
26 Rebecca became famous when she
27 Atter her trip, Rebecca
A a bookshop.
B a newspaper.
e a travel agent.
A with her family.
B with a climbing group.
e without anyone.
A didn't have many things .
B had a bad back.
e had to carry it herself.
A it was too cold.
B there was not enough water.
e she is a dirty person.
A drinking.
B cooking.
e cleaning her teeth.
A got to the highest place in the world.
B wrote a book about her trip.
e was on a television programme.
A earned the same money.
B stayed in the same flat.
e did the same job.
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Test 3
PART 5
QUESTIONS 28-35
Read the article about the ostrich.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space (28-35).
For questions 28-35, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
THE OSTRICH
The ostrich is the 9 bird in the world, and
an adult can be more ? ~ ...... 90 kilos. Most wild ~
ostrich es live ? ~ ...... southern Africa, but there are
onl y a ......~ 9 of them left. Like all birds, ostriches have wings, ......~ L ...
the y canno t fly. They use ..... .~ ~ ...... wings to help them turn when the y
are running. Ostriches can run very fast, from 65 to 90 kilometres
.... ~ . ~ ...... . hour, so it is very difficult ......~ 4 ...... other animals to catch them.
Baby ostriches are th e same size as chickens and take about 3 years
to become adults. Ostri ches ......~ ~ ...... plants and can live for many days
without water.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o A large B larger C largest C
28 A than B of C like
29 A on B in C at
30 A few B little C lot
31 A or B and C but
32 A them B their C its
33 A a B an C one
34 A for B to C by
35 A ate B eats C eat
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-----
----
0
Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 6
QUESTIONS 36-40
Read the descriptions (36-40) of some things you can find in a house.
What is the word for each description?
The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in
the word.
For questions 36-40, write the words on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
You sleep in this at night.
b..LJi
36 People sit round this to eat their meals. t
37 You can keep your clothes in this. c
38 You wash yourself with soap and water in this. 5
39 You look through this to see outside. w
----­
40 People often put books or flowers on this. 5
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Test 3
PART 7
QUESTIONS 41-50
Complete these letters.
Write ONE word for each space (41-50).
For questions 41-50, write your words on the answer sheet.
Dear Jacqueline,
Would you (Ex a mp l e : .....Uk!!. ... .) to come ......11..... . the cinema
..... Ai?... ... me after school today? We can go to see
Pocahontas at the ABC cinema. The film starts
......~ .. .... 6 0' clock. Shall .... A1.. .. .. meet outside the
cinema?
Love,
Dear Isabella,
I am very sorry but I can't go to the cinema ....A?......
evening. My mother has .... ..4 ~ ... ... work, and I .. .. A7.......
going to cook dinner.
Why don't you ..... A ~ ..... Karen to go? I hope .... A ~ .. .. .. like
the film. You can tell me ......~ Q ..... it tomorrow.
Love,
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PARTS
QUESTIONS 51-55
Read the letter and the information about Mr Ando, who is staying at a hotel
in Leeds.
Fill in the Hotel Registration Form.
For questions 51-55, write the information on the answer sheet.
Grange Hotel, l.eede
Sunday 14 April
Dear Joe,
We like Oxford and I love my job
there. We're renting a nice house
at 23 Mount Road. We arrived in
Leeds yesterday and will go back
to Oxford tomorrow. [ am here for
a meeting and my wife, Keiko, has
come too. She has a job as a
teacher in Oxford. We will return
to Japan next year.
Yours,
Toshi
OXFORD WORLD COMPUTERS
. ToshiAndo
Engineer
Date and place of birth: 12.03.76
. .
Tokyo; Japan '
Married, no children
HOTEL REGISTRATION FORM
Name: T06hi Ando
UK address:

Nationality: l
- - - - - - ­
Occupation:
----J
..
Name of _
Leaving date: _
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Test 3
PART 9
QUESTION 56
You are going to have a party. Write a note to a friend:
- Ask your friend to come.
- Say when and where the party is.
Write 25-35 words.
Write your note on the answer sheet.
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1
Paper 2: Listening
PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes
transfer time)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick ~ under the right answer.
EXAMPLE
o When's the school trip?
I Tuesday I I Wednesday I I Thursday I
A D 8 D c ~
Where's the sports centre?
A D 8 D c D
How much petrol does the woman want?
.r>;
131itres 30litres 331itres
A D 8 D c D
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2
3
4
5
Test 3
Which table do they buy?
A 0 B 0 c 0
What time does the class start?
A 0 B 0 c 0
What was the weather like on Emma's holiday?
A 0 B 0 c 0
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Listen to Jane talking to a friend about some clothes that she has bought
for her holiday.
What colours are her clothes?
For questions 6-10, write a letter A-H next to each of her clothes.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXA MPL E ANSWER
I
.
O
shirt
CLOTHES
6 dress
7 jacket
8 sweater
9 coat
10 shoes
D
D
0
D
D
COLOURS
A black
B blue
C brown
o green
E grey
F orange
G red
H white
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Test 3
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Listen to Mrs Lee talking to her secretary about her business trip.
For questions 11-15, tick [;Z' A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
0 Mrs Lee will leave on A
B
C
Friday.
Saturday.
Sunday.
0
[;Z'
0
11 Mrs Lee's plane goes at A
B
C
8 a.m.
10 a.m.
11 a.m.
0
0
0
12 She is going to A
B
C
Amsterdam.
Frankfurt.
London.
0
0
0
13 First she will go to A
B
C
a factory.
an office.
a hotel.
0
0
0
14 She will have dinner in A
B
C
a restaurant.
0
her hotel.
0
someone's house. 0
15 The next morning she will travel by A
B
C
plane.
train.
car.
D
0
D
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 4
QUESTIONS 16-20
You will hear a man asking for some information about a language school.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
School ofItalian Studies
Length of courses: 6 or 9 mont hs
Next course begins on:
~ L ­ -----.J
Number of students in
each class:
~ ' - - - - - - - - - ­
Cost of coursebook:
~ _ £ _ - - - - - - - - - ­
School hours:
Monday to Friday: From: 8 a. m. t o: 7 p.m.
Saturday: G!J From: to: I
Nearest underground
station:
~ c - - _
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Test 3
PARTS
QUESTIONS 21-25
You will hear a man talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
[fJ) JJ TY 1FIE DfjD
Leave: '}.30 a.m,
Trip will take: ~ h o v ~
We will stop at three places:
Stop 1:
[E]L-- _
Stop 2:
~ L - - I at 1 o'e--/ovl::.
Stop 3:
~ - - - - - - -
Take your:
~ ' - - - - -----J
You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
I
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Paper 3: Speaking
PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes)
The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. You will take the test with another
candidate. There are two examiners, but only one of them will talk to you. The
examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate.
Part 1 (5-6 minutes)
The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. These questions will
be about your daily life, past experiences and future plans. For example, you may
have to speak about your school, job, hobbies or home town.
Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
You and your partner will speak to each other. You will ask and answer
questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. The
examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. Your partner will use
the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. Then
you will change roles.
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Test 4
PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o You can sleep here. F
1 You must not play football here.
2 You may be late.
3 You should not leave your car here.
4 You can study here soon.
5 You cannot drive here today.
A
Bridge closed to traffic
because of high wind.
B
DELAYS
POSSIBLE
c
OLYMPIC SPORTS CENTRE
- use your student card here.
o DO NOT PARK IN
FRONT OF THE"
.GARAGE
E
CAR PARK
£2.00 for 2 hours
F
( GUEST HOUSE)
G
o BALL GAMES
ON GRASS
H
COMPUTER COURSE STARTS
ON MONDAY.
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Read the sentences (6-10) about cooking.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space.
For questions 6-10, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Claudia was going to cook a for her parents. B
A food B meal C plate
6 She
A bought
some fruit and vegetables from the market.
B kept C grew
7 She cut up some meat and onions and fried them in a pan on the
A cooker B cupboard C fridge
.
8 There was a big
A bottle B bowl
of salad to eat afterwards.
C spoon
9 When everything was
B round
they all sat down at the table.
C ready
10 After dinner, Claudia 's parents
A practised B agreed C
her to wash up.
helped
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Test 4
PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Complete the five conversations.
For questions 11-15, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE
A New York.
ANSWER
B School.
A
C Home.
11 How far is it to Manchester? A
B
C
About two months.
It's quite long.
Almost 30 kilometres.
12 Could you give me the butter? A
B
C
Here you are.
Thank you.
I don't know.
13 John hates shopping. A
B
C
I love it.
It's six pounds.
The shop's open.
14 I've already done my homework. A
B
C
When did you do it?
Please do it.
Have you done it yet?
15 What's the date today? A
B
C
It's Thursday.
The third, I think.
I'm 22 today.
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
QUESTIONS 16-20
Complete the conversation.
What does Howard say to the hotel receptionist?
For questions 16-20, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
Receptionist Good morning. Can I help you?
Howard: 0 . o
Receptionist:
Howard:
Will that be a single room?
16 .... ........... ......
A I want to pay tomorrow
morning.
Receptionist: How long do you want to stay, sir?
B Is that with breakfast?
Howard: 17 ... .............. ....
C That's all night.
Receptionist: For one night, that will be £54 per
person.
0 I'd like a room, please.
Howard:
Receptionist:
Howard:
18 .. .............. .....
Yes, it is. How would you like to pay,
sir?
19 ........... ..........
E
F
No, I'd like a double,
please.
Just tonight , I think. How
much will that be, please?
A eceptionist: That'll be fine. Your room number is
401. Do you need any help with your
luggage?
G No, thank you. I only have
one small suitcase.
Howard: 20 ... ........... .. .. ...
H By cheque if that's possible.
Receptionist: Here is your key, sir. I hope you
enjoy your stay with us.
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Test 4
PART 4
QUESTIONS 21-27
Read the article about a British Airways manager and then answer the questions.
For questions 21-27, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
WORKING FOR AN AIRLINE
DEPARTURES
Nicola Peet left school at eighteen, went to college and
then worked at a local airport. After nine months, she went
to work for Saudi Arabian Airlines and then she joined
British Airways as an air hostess. Four years later, she got
her present job as a manager.
This is what she told us about her job:
18:35
19:00
19:45
2Q:35
'My office is at Heathrow Airport, but I spend 60% of my time in the air. I teach air hostesses
and help them with any problems. I also go to lots of meetings.
My hours are usually from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. but sometimes I work from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. At
work, the first thing I do is check plane times on my computer and then I speak with some of
the air hostesses.
Sometimes I go on long flights to check how the air hostesses are doing. That's my favourite
part of the job, but I like office work, too. Travelling can be hard work. When I get back from
a long journey, all I can do is eat something and then go to bed! I don't earn much money, but
I'm happy with British Airways and want to stay there and continue to travel.'
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o Nicola's first job was A
B
C
at a college
with Saudi Arabian Airlines
at a local airport.
C
21 When Nicola first started working for British
Airways, she was
A
B
a manager.
an air hostess.
C a pilot.
22 Nicola does most of her work
A in the office.
B
C
in aeroplanes.
in meetings.
23 Most days, Nicola starts work at
A
B
C
8a.m.
1 p.m.
4 p.m.
24 At the beginning of each day, Nicola
A
B
goes to a meeting.
talks to air hostesses.
C works with her computer.
25
~
What does Nicola like best? A
B
C
flying
working in the office
helping people
26 The first thing Nicola does after a long journey is A
B
go to bed.
have a meal.
C go to the office .
27 Nicola would like to
A
B
C
stay in the same job.
stop travelling.
earn more money.
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Test 4
PARTS
QUESTIONS 28-35
Read the article about a working holiday.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space (28-35).
For questions 28-35, mark A, B or C on the answer sheet.
The Ruwenzori Mountains
Mary Daniels is a student in England. This year she .......9... .... a very interesting
summer holiday. She travelled ......? ~ ..... fifteen other people to the Ruwenzori
Mountains in Africa . They went there to help make a road .. ....? ~ ... .. . a forest between
two big towns. 'It was very difficult ......~ 9 ...... there was no water to drink and no
shops where we ~ L buy food,' said Mary. 'It was also very cold and wet in the
mountains. It is ~ ~ of the wettest places in the world.'
Mary stayed in the mountains ... ...~ ~ .. .... six weeks. It was hard work, but she says it
was the ......~ ~ ..... . thing she has ever ~ ? ....... She is hoping to return next year to ' oO • ••
do some more work there.
ANSWER
'IOEXAMPLE
B have C has A
. A had
28 A to B with C by
29 A through B on C among
30 A so B because C why
31 A could B must C may
32 A one B some C any
33 A for B during C since
34 A good B best C better
35 A did B do C done
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 6
QUESTIONS 36-40
Read the descriptions (36-40) of some clothes.
What is the word for each description?
The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in
the word.
For questions 36-40, write the words on the answer sheet.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
o You put this on your head.
36 These are often made of leather and you wear them on your feet.
5 _
37 This is a jacket and trousers in the same colour .
38 This will keep you dry in wet weather.
r _
39 When the weather is too hot for long trousers, men and
women often wear these with a T-shirt .
5 _
40 You can put this on ~ ) V e r a T-shirt if you feel cold.
5 _
(
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Test 4
PART 7
QUESTIONS 41-50
Complete the letter.
Write ONE word for each space (41-50).
For questions 41-50, write your words on the answer sheet.
Dear Mike,
I am sorry y ou (Example: ..t?P.u.!q.J not come to my
party yesterday. Jon .... ..4.1... ... me you had a very bad
cold and you ......~ ~ ...... to stay in bed .......~ ~ ...... you
feeling better now?
It was ......11... ... very good party; . . 4 . ~ L nicest I have
ever had! Lot s of my friends 1 ~ there and they
gave ......17....... some lovely presents. I will tell .... ..1 ~ .. ... .
more about the party when you come .... . . 1 ~ ...... school
.... J ~ 9 ...... Monday.
Love ,
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Paper 1: Reading and Writing
PART 8
QUESTIONS 51-55
Read the travel information and the letter.
Fill in the information on the Luggage Report Form.
For questions 51-55, write the information on the answer sheet.
Travel Information for Kevin Brown
Date Leave Arrive
14 May Boston 21. 45 Paris 22.05
21 May Paris 14.15 Boston 18. 25
Luggage: not more than 20 kilos
Enjoy your trip!
Air America
22 May
Air America
Boston Airport
Dear Sir.
Yesterday I returned from Paris. When I got my suitcase back at the airport it was
e broken and there is black oil on my clothes. I should like some money for a new
suitcase and some new clothes.
Kevin Brown
LUGGAGE REPORT FORM
Kevin Brown Passenger's name:
Date of journey: ~ _
Flying from:
Time flight arrived:
How much luggage did you have?
What was in it?
~
~ ' -
~ L .
~ ' - -
__
_
-----'
_
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Test 4
PART 9
QUESTION 56
Your friend, Chris, has got your cassette recorder. Now you need it.
Write a note to Chris:
- Ask for the cassette recorder .
- Say why and when you need it.
Write 25-35 words.
Write your note on the answer sheet.
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Paper 2: Listening
PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes
transfer time)
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick ~ under the right answer.
EXAMPLE
o What time is it?
06.00 08.00 09.00
A 0 8 0
c [;z]
What was the weather like on Wednesday?
\ \ ~
a.m.
a.m. \\ 1/;
: : : : : ~
- ~ - - ­
'if/I
p.m.
2
A 0
How much did Mark's pullover cost?
8 0 c 0
£14.99
£40.99 £44.99
A 0 8 0 c 0
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3
Test 4
What did Raquel buy today?
A D B 0 c D
4 How many students are there at the college?
300 750 600
A D B D c D
5 What is David going to buy?
A 0 B 0 c 0
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Paper 2: Listening
PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Listen to Philip talking to his mother about his son, Simon.
What is Simon going to do on Saturday and Sunday?
For questions 6-10, write a letter A-H next to each time of day.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
0 Saturday morning @]
TIMES ACTIVITIES
6 Saturday afternoon
D
A bicycle ride
B football match
7 Saturday evening
D
C judo class
8 Sunday morning
D
D party
9 Sunday afternoon
D
E swimming
F the cinema
10 Sunday evening
D
G the park
H watching television
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PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
Listen to Chloe talking to a man about a sailing holiday.
For questions 11-15, tick [;2f A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
EXAMPLE ANSWER
0 Chloe wants to go to A
B
C
Italy.
Sweden.
Switzerland.
[;2f
0
0
11 How many times has Chloe been sailing before? A
B
C
never
once
twice
0
0
0
12 How much can Chloe spend? A
B
C
£300
£380
£450
D
0
0
13 Chloe will go in A
B
C
August.
September.
October.
0
0
0
14 Chloe would like to sail on A
B
C
a lake.
the sea.
a river.
0
D
D
15
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How does Chloe want to pay? A
B
C
by cheque
with cash
by credit card
0
0
D
Paper 2: Listening
PART 4
QUESTIONS 16-20
You will hear Kate and Jeremy talking about a party.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Kate's Birthday Party
Kate will be: 11 ~ e - a ~ old
Day:
G!J _
Time: B ---'
Place:
G!J --'
Address: G!J " " ')fye-e-t I
Bring some:
~ ' - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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PARTS
QUESTIONS 21-25
You will hear some information about a cinema.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
CINEMA
Name of cinema:
Next week's film:
from:
[EJ to · ·.. ····· ····· ··· ··· · ·· ···.. ·.. 1
times:
[E] 45 p.M. anel .... ··········· ·· ·..· ·.. ··· ·.. ·· · 1
Student ticket costs:
[illL-£ _
Nearest car park: Str-u,t
You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
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Paper 3: Speaking
PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes)
The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. You will take the test with another
candidate. There are two examiners, but only one of them will talk to you. The
examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate.
Part 1 (5-6 minutes)
The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. These questions will
be about your daily life, past experiences and future plans. For example, you may
have to speak about your school, job, hobbies or home town.
Part 2 (3-4 minutes)
You and your partner will speak to each other. You will ask and answer
questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. The
examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. Your partner will use
the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. Then
you will change roles.
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Visual materials for Paper 3
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Mary Brown
DENTIST
17, Mount Street
Opening times: Monday-Thursday 12.30-8 p.m.
Car parking in Water Lane
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For appointments Tel: 980 4723
NEW SHOPPING CENTRE
• name?
• where?
• many shops?
• car park?
• open today?
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DENTIST
• name?
• telephone number?
• appointment I evening?
• address?
• car park?
WESTWOOD SHOPPING CENTRE
opens next month!
10 kilometres from city centre
(free car park for 800 cars)
more than 100 shops,
2 restaurants, 4 cafes and a cinema
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Visual materials
INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY
BOOKS,CDe
AND VIDEOS
OVER 100 FOREIGN
NEWSPAPERS AND
MAGAZINES
ENTRANCE FREE
Monday - Saturday 9.30 s.m. - 6 p.m.
New England House, Museum Street
HOLIDAY SPORTS CLUB
• what sports?
• address?
• all ages?
• cost? £
• when I open?
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LIBRARY
• where?
• close?
• open I Sunday?
• cost? £
• foreign magazines?
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Holiday Sports Club
27 London Road
JUly - August
for young people (10-18 years)
Playa different sport every day
(football, basketball, volleyball, tennis and baseball)
Price £25 a week
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SILVER LAKE
A great place for a holiday
20 kilometres from the city airport
5 large, new hotels
Walking, swimming and boat trips
Dry and sunny 300 days a year
ISLAND
• name I island?
• what I see?
• where I stay?
• weather?
• how I get there?
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LAKE
• name flake?
• where?
• rain f often?
• what f do?
• modern hotels?
RED SANDS ISLAND
A beautiful island for a special holiday
Sun and blue sky
Hundreds of different birds
Campsite for 50 tents
Boats daily from Port Martin
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SANDON AIR MUSEUM
More than 70 aeroplanes to look at
OPEN DAILY 10 a.m, - 6 p.m.
Shop with books and postcards
Large free car park
Tickets: Adults £8.00 Students £5.00
BOOKSHOP
• address?
• big I small ?
• closed I Sundays?
• sell I travel books ?
• telephone I number?
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MUSEUM
• what I see?
• open I weekends?
• student ticket? £
• car park?
• buy postcard?
WORLD BOOKS
212 Main Street
Largest bookshop in the country
Get your travel books here
Monday-Saturday 10.00 a.m. - 8.00 p.m.
Sunday 12.30 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.
Tel: 724399
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Paper 1 Reading and Writing
Part 1
1 H 2 F 3 E 4 A 5 G
Part 2
6 B 7 C 8 C 9 A 10 B
Part 3
11 C 12 B 13 A 14 B 15 C
16 B 17A 18 F 19 H 20 C
Part 4
21 A 22 C 23 B 24 C 25 B 26 B 27 A
PartS
28 A 29 B 30 A 31 C 32 A 33 B 34 B 35 B
Part 6
For questions 36-40, spelling must be correct.
36 uncle 37 grandmother 38 wife 39 aunt 40 daughter
Part 7
For questions 41-50, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Spelling must be correct.
41 in 42 like 43 much 44 how 45 you 46 on/from
'47 costs/is/'s 48 to 49 alone/our/the/another 50 this/that/it
Part 8
For questions 51-55, spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where
necessary.
51 (Mr etc.) (SJ) Renshaw 52 (on/from) 10(th) April
53 (for) 7/seven days/alone week 54 Mary Jones
55 22 King's Road, Weston
Part 9
Question 56
The note should include the following three pieces of information:
i reason why can't go
ii mention of meeting on another day
iii where you can meet on another day.
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Sample answer A
Mark: 5
The three parts of the messageare clearlycommunicatedand there are only
occasional grammatical errors (go to the swimming).
Dear Una,
I am sorry I can't because I go to the cinema. Can wego to the
swimming on Sunday a t 6. 30 in t he evening. If you want t o go. come
to the bus station on Sunday at 6 .00 o'clock.
See you later
Yours Shida
Sample answer B
Mark: 4
All three parts of the message are communicated but more frequent errors in the
structure prevent it from achievi nga 5.
I am sorry Penny for the swimming tomorrows evening. My
grandmother she is in the hospital. It's possible for me at Sat urday
night. We go at disco.
Celia
Sample answer C
Mark: 3
The writer has attempted 'all three parts of the task but the confusion of tense, viseted,
and use of last week ratherthan next week requires interpretation on the part of the
reader.
I'm Sorry my friend. I cant go with you Because I viseted My grand
Mother and gra nd father. Can you meet Last week.
See my soon
Ali
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Sample answer 0
Mark: 1
The writer has only covered one part of the message. There are also many errors in
both the spell ing and the grammar.
Dear, Mohan
I'am sory I can not tomorrow go to the sea For swimming.
I'am ill. Now ram sleep in Hospital. I'am good helth
Sample answer E
Mark: 0
This is an example of a candidate either not understanding or not following the task.
Dear Andre.
Hi I am sorry I don't underst and you whyyou can 't go weth me to
Leeds. Do you know when you can go weth me becaus I whant buy
bote call me please.
see you letter by.
Paper 2 Listening
Part 1
1 B 2 C 3 B 4 B 5 C
Part 2
6 E 7 F 8 A 9 C 10 G
Part 3
11 A 12 C 13 A 14 B 15 A
Part 4
For questions 16-20, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. In question 16, spelling must
be correct. For questions 17-20, accept recognisable spelling.
16 HYDE 17 factory 18 11.30/half past eleven/eleven thirty
19 21/twenty-one 20 photograph(s)/photo(s)
PartS
For questions 21, 24 and 25, accept recognisable spelling. Spelling of car park and
pink needs to be correct.
21 7.30/half past seven/seven thirty 22 (big) car park (behind hotel)
23 pink 24 (the) office 25 (a) jacket
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Transcript
This is the Key English Test. Paper 2. Listening. Test number one. There are five
parts to the test. Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Please ask any questions
now because you mustn 't speak dUring the test.
[pause]
PART 1
Look at the instructions for Part One.
[pause]
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick under the right answer.
Here is an example:
How many people were at the meeting?
Woman: Were there many people at the meeting?
Man: About thirty.
Woman: That's not many.
Man: No, but more than last time.
[pause]
The answer is 30, so there is a tick in box C.
Now we are ready to start.
Look at question one.
[pause]
Question 1 One
What will they eat for dinner this evening?
Mother: What do you want for dinner this evening, Maria? We could have pizza
... or chicken.
Maria: Mm, what about fish? I had a pizza last night.
Mother: OK. That's easy to cook.
Maria: Good.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 2 Two
What time is it?
Man: Have you got the right time? I think my watch is wrong.
Woman: Er - it' s half past two.
Man: Ah - my watch says twenty past.
Woman Well, it's ten minutes slow then.
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[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 3 Three
What's Michelle going to read?
Man: Can I read your newspaper, Michelle?
Michelle: Didn't you bring a book with you?
Man: Yes, but it's not very interesting.
Michelle: Oh, here you are. I'll read this letter from John.
(pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 4 Four
How much did the tickets cost ?
Woman: Oh hi - did you have a good time at the theatre last night?
Man: Well, the play was excellent but the tickets cost ninety dollars each.
Woman: That's not too bad if the play was good.
Man: No, perhaps you're right.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 5 Five
Where is the chemist's?
Excuse me, can you tell me where the chemist's is, please? Man:
Mm, just a moment. Oh yes! It's past the post office, next to a big Woman:
supermarket.
Is it far from here? Man:
No, just two minutes' walk. Woman:
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part One.
Now look at Part Two.
[pause]
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PART 2 Listen to Kate telling Emma about her family.
Where is each person going today?
For questions 6-10, write a letter, A-H, next to each person.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Emma: Hi, Kate. What about a game of tennis some time?
Kate: I'd like to Emma, but not today. I'm really busy.
Emma: What are you doing?
Kate: Sam's got toothache so I'm going to take him to the dentist this morning . ..
Emma: Oh dear!
Kate: .. . and then mother's going to the hairdresser this afternoon and I said I
would drive her home afterwards. Then after school Tanya wants me to
help her buy some new shoes. She doesn't like shopping alone.
Emma: My daughter doesn't either. You're going to the concert this evening ,
aren't you?
Kate: I'm afraid not. But Len loves classical music, so he'll go.
Emma: Oh good . By the way, has Tom started driving yet?
Kate: He's having his first lesson today. He's going to the driving school at
lunchtime. He's really excited about it.
Emma: I'm sure he is. How's your father? Does he still play golf?
Kate: No, not any more, but he's started learning Spanish. Actually, he's got a
class this evening!
Emma: Good for him. Well, perhaps we can go to the tennis club tomorrow?
Kate: Yes, OK!
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Two.
Now look at Part Three.
[pause]
PART 3 Listen to a woman talking to a policeman.
For questions 11-15, tick A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Look at questions 11-15 now. You have 20 seconds.
[pause]
Now listen to the conversation.
Man: Good morning, madam. Can I help you?
Woman: Yes. I've lost my bag.
Man: Oh, I am sorry. Now, where did you lose it?
Woman: In the town centre. I had it when I got off the bus.
Man: Was there much money in the bag?
Woman: No, there wasn't. I usually have forty or fifty pounds in it, but today I
think there was only about twenty .
Man: What else was in the bag?
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Woman: Just my gloves. I left my credit card and driving licence at home.
Man: Was the bag expensive?
Woman: No, it was an old one. It wasn't big enough really.
Man: Now, what time did you lose it?
Woman: Well, I left home about nine thirty and the bus takes half an hour, so I
lost it about ten o'clock.
Man: Right. Well, I'll phone you tomorrow to tell you if we find it. Are you at
home in the afternoon?
Woman : Sorry, I'm going out until the evening. Could you phone before ten in
the morning?
Man: Certainly. I'll call then. Now, what's your number?
Woman : It's oh three six two ...
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Three.
Now look at Part Four.
[pause]
PART 4 You will hear a man speaking on the telephone.
He wants to speak to Miss Dixon, but she's not there.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Woman : Brown's Builders, good afternoon .
Man: Good afternoon. I'd like to speak to Miss Dixon, please.
Woman: I'm afraid she's not in the office at the moment.
Man: Can you give her a message for me?
Woman: Yes, certainly. Who's calling please?
Man: My name is Hyde.
Woman : How do you spell that, please?
Man: That's H-Y-D-E.
Woman : Right, Mr Hyde.
Man: Could you tell her that the time of the meeting has changed?
Woman : Is that the meeting about the new houses?
Man: No, about the new factory.
Woman: I see. And when is it?
Man: It's on Wednesday at half past eleven.
Woman : Does Miss Dixon know where the meeting is?
Man: I think so. It's in our main office. Ask her to go to Room 21.
Woman : Right, I'll tell her.
Man: And could you ask her to bring the photographs with her?
Woman : Which photos do you mean?
Man: She'll know which ones. They're very important.
Woman : Don't worry, I'll tell her. Thank you very much, Mr Hyde.
Man: Thank you. Goodbye.
Woman : Goodbye.
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[pause]
Now listen again .
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Four.
Now look at Part Five.
[pause]
PART 5 You will hear a man talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
[pause]
Tour guide: Ladies and genllemen. Here's some information about our trip to
Loch Ness tomorrow. It's a long journey, about three hours each
way, so we have to start early . That means we'll have breakfast at
half past seven. Don't be late, please, as the bus has to leave at half
past eight. When you finish breakfast, go to the car park. That's
where we'll get on the bus. That's the big car park behind the hotel.
Remember to bring your pink tickets for lunch. We'll have lunch at a
restaurant near Loch Ness and you must have your pink ticket or you
won't get any lunch! If you haven't got a pink ticket yet, you can get
one from the office.
Oh, one more thing. I know it's summer but it can get quite cold in
the mountains even in July, so bring a jacket with you. You'll need
one in the evening.
All right? I'll see you tomorrow morning.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Five.
You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
Note: Teacher, stop the recording here and time eight minutes.
Remind students when there is one minute remaining.
[pause]
This is the end of the test.
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Paper 1 Reading and Writing
Part 1
1 D 2 A 3 C 4 B 5 E
Part 2
6 C 7 B 8 C 9 B 10 A
Part 3
11 C 12 B 13 A 14 B 15 C
16 C 17E 18 G 19 B 20 A
Part 4
21 C 22 B 23 C 24 A 25 B 26 C 27 A
Part 5
28 C 29 A 30 A 31 B 32 C 33 B 34 C 35 A
Part 6
Spelling must be correct.
36 book 37 reception 38 tent 39 double 40 beach
Part 7
For questions 41-50, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Spelling must be correct .
41 last/thls 42 on 43 a 44 is/was 45 have
46 am/'m 47 you 48 to 49 will/can/shallI'll 50 opens
Part 8
For questions 51-55, spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where
necessary.
51 Australian 52 teacher 53 Portuguese
54 Tuesday 55 2.30 p.m./14.30
Part 9
Question 56
The postcard should include the following three pieces of information:
i whether they can see Alex
ii comment about the weather
iii suggestion re: clothes .
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Sample answer A
Mark: 5
All three parts of the message are communicated but thereare a few errors of spel ling
and grammar. Thisis an example of a script that only just merits 5 marks.
Hello. Thankyou for your letter. Of coree, I want to see you too.
Well, My country is very cold. So you should bring many sweaters,
jesnea, coats etc. I think so!!
Love, Lola
Sample answer B
Mark: 4
All threeparts of the message are communicated with noneedfor interpretation onthe
part of the reader, but thereare toomanyerrors in spell ing and grammar to merit a 5.
Hello Alex
Thinks for your postcard. I love to see you. can you came in my
house. The weather of my country is hot than you need to bring
summer clothes.
Sunny
Sample answer C
Mark: 3
All three parts of the message have been covered but long clothes needs
interpretation. .
Dear Alex:
Next month you can come to England see me. In England is
winter now. If you come to see meyou bring long cfothes.
Love from Valerie
Sample answer D
Mark: 2
Onlytwoof the points are covered andthe errors are such that a considerable amount
of patience is requiredof the reader.
Der Alex you are wolle comme in may cont ry next month I am free
The weather is Bioutifoule son chain evriday.
Good bay
Peter
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Sample answer E
Mark: 0
This candidate only attempts one of the three points (clothes) and therefore can only
be given one mark. However, they have only written 23 words and so they lose one
mark because the answer is too short. Hence, the final score is zero.
Dear Alex
I received your letter written at the back of a beautiful postcard.
And you need to bring heavy clothes.
Love Thomas
Paper 2 Listening
Part 1
1 B 2 A 3 C 4 B 5 B
Part 2
6 H 7 F 8 A 9 D 10 G
Part 3
11 A 12 B 13 B 14 B 15 C
Part 4
For questions 16-20, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. In questions 18, 19 and 20,
spelling must be correct.
16 two/2/one double, one single 17 440(.00) 18 EARSLEY
19 5.30/five thirty/half past five 20 (of) March
PartS
For all questions, accept recognisable spelling, except number 24. Ignore capitals/
absence of capitals.
21 10.45/quarter to eleven 22 castle 23 8(.00)
24 park 25 (walk to/round the old) market(s)
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Transcript
This is the Key English Test. Paper 2. Listening. Test number two. There are five
parts to the test. Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Please ask any questions
now because you mustn't speak during the test.
[pause]
PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One.
[pause]
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick under the right answer.
Here is an example:
How many people were at the meeting?
Woman: Were there many people at the meeting?
Man: About thirty.
Woman: That's not many .
Man: No, but more than last time.
[pause]
The answer is 30, so there is a tick in box C.
Now we are ready to start.
Look at question one.
[pause]
Question 1 One
How will Mary travel to Scot/and?
John: Are you taking the train to Scotland tomorrow, Mary?
Mary: No, I'm driving there , it's cheaper.
John: Why don't you go by coach?
Mary: Oh no, it takes seven hours.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 2 Two
Where are the shoes?
Peter: Mum, have you seen my brown shoes?
Mother: Yes, they're under the table.
Peter: No they're not. I left them on the chair this morning , but they're not there
now.
Mother: There they are - under the window!
[pause]
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Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 3 Three
When will the football match start next week?
Tom: Does the football match start at quarter past twelve every week?
Bill: No, it was early this week. It usually begins at 2 o'clock.
Tom: So, it'll be the usual time next week?
Bill: Yes.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 4 Four
Which box of chocolates do they buy?
Boy: Which box of chocolates shall we get Mum for her birthday?
Girl: Those round boxes with the flowers on are nice.
Boy: Yes, but that square box is cheaper.
Girl: But it's Mum's birthday. Let's get the big round one - we've got enough
money!
Boy: OK.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 5 Five
When's Wendy's birthday?
John: Wendy, you're twenty-one on Saturday, aren't you?
Wendy: No, my birthday's on May the eighteenth.
John: Well, Saturday is the eighteenth.
Wendy: No, it's not, it's the sixteenth.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part One.
Now look at Part Two.
[pause]
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PART 2 Listen to Pete talking to a friend about his holiday.
What was the weather like each day?
For questions 6-10, write a letter, A-H, next to each day.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Helen: Hi Pete - you're looking well.
Pete: Yes, I've just been on holiday in the mountains for a week.
Helen: You must have had good weather.
Pete: Well, not really. When I arrived on the Monday it was very cold.
Helen: It can be cold in the mountains at this time of the year.
Pete: Yes - it wasn't very nice really. Then, on Tuesday it was so windy I just
stayed in the hotel all day.
Helen: Did the weather get better?
Pete: Well, Wednesday was a bit better. There wasn't any wind and it was
sunny most of the day.
Helen: So did you do a lot of walking?
Pete: No. By Thursday it was very cloudy and it looked as if it was going to
snow.
Helen: And did it?
Pete: No, but on Friday it rained a lot.
Helen: And what about your last day?
Pete: Well, the weather was getting better and it was quite warm then. But it
was a bit too late.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end. of Part Two.
Now look at Part Three.
[pause]
PART 3 Listen to Michael talking to Marina about a new sports centre.
Forquestions 11-15, tick A, B orC.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Look at questions 11-15 now. You have 20 seconds.
[pause]
Now listen to the conversation.
Michael : Hello, Marina. Have you been to the new sports centre yet?
Marina: No, Michael, where is it?
Michael : In Long Road. You know, near Bridge Street, behind the station.
Marina: Oh. Is it good?
Michael : Yes, it's great! You can do a lot of sports. I played table-tennis and
volleyball last week.
Marina: What about tennis?
Michael: Not yet. They're going to build some tennis courts next year.
Marina: Is it expensive?
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PART 4
Michael: Not really, Marina. It's £50 a year if you're 15 to 18, and £30 if you're
under 15.
Marina: Oh, that's good because I'm still 14.
Michael: And on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday it stays open late - till 10 o'clock.
Marina: Oh, great. How did you get there?
Michael: I got the number 16 bus. It's only 10 minutes from the bus station. Do
you want to go next week?
Marina: OK. Any day except Thursday.
Michael : Well, why don't we go on Friday? Then we can stay late.
Marina: Yes, OK. Let's meet after school.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Three.
Now look at Part Four.
[pause]
You will hear a conversation about a flat for rent.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Woman: Hello. Lonflats Agency . Can I help you?
Man: Oh yes. My name's Mark Jones . I'm phoning about the flat for rent in
Putney. I saw the advertisement in the paper.
Woman: In Putney ... Well, yes, Mr Jones , that one's got two bedrooms .
Man: Are they double bedrooms?
Woman: One double and one single.
Man: OK. And how much is the rent?
Woman: Well, it's £440 a month.
Man: I see. And where exactly is it?
Woman: It's number 27 Earsley Street.
Man: Oh. How do you spell that?
Woman: Earsley. It's E-A-R-S-L-E-Y. It's near the train station.
Man: And what floor is it on?
Woman: It's a second floor flat.
Man: Has it got any furniture?
Woman: Yes. It's got some nice modern furniture.
Man: Well. It sounds interesting. I'd like to see it, please.
Woman: Can you come tomorrow?
Man: Tomorrow. That's Tuesday?
Woman: Uh-hm.
Man: Well , only after 5 o'clock .
Woman: How about half past five?
Man: Yes, that's fine. Oh, one thing I nearly forgot. When will the flat be free
to rent?
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Woman: From the 1st of March.
Man: OK. See you tomorrow.
Woman: Bye.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Four.
Now look at Part Five.
[pause]
PART 5 You will hear a tour guide talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
[pause]
Guide: Hello everyone. I just want to tell you about our trip to the town of
Chester. The coach will leave at nine fifteen tomorrow morning. It takes
about an hour and a half to get to Chester, so we will arrive at a quarter
to eleven. You will have time for a cup of coffee before our first visit. This
will be to the castle. It is a very interesting old building and I'm sure you'll
enjoy the visit. Tickets for the castle cost three pounds fifty for adults and,
if you have children, a family ticket is just eight pounds . There are lots of
things to see and we will be there about two hours.
We will take sandwiches for lunch with us and we will all eat together in a
park. You will be pleased to know that tomorrow is going to be sunny.
After lunch, we will walk round the old market. You will be able to buy all
your presents there. Now, any questions?
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Five.
You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
Note: Teacher, stop the recording here and time eight minutes. Remind students
when there is oneminute remaining.
[pause]
This is the end of the test.
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Paper 1 Reading and Writing
Part 1
1 E 2 C 3 A 4 G 5 B
Part 2
6 B 7 C 8 A 9 C 10 A
Part 3
11 A 12 B 13 C 14 B 15 C
16 B 17 F 18 H 19 A 20 E
Part 4
21 B 22 B 23 C 24 B 25 A 26 A 27 B
PartS
28 A 29 B 30 A 31 C 32 B 33 B 34 A 35 C
Part 6
Spelling must be correct.
36 table 37 cupboard 38 shower 39 window 40 shelf
Part 7
For questions 41-50, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Spelling must be correct.
41 to 42 with 43 at 44 we 45 this 46 to/some
47 am/'m 48 ask/invite/get 49 you 50 about
Part 8
For questions 51-55, spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where
necessary.
51 23 Mount Road Oxford (England) (UK) 52 Japanese
53 (computer) engineer 54 (wife) Keiko (Ando) 55 (Monday) 15(th) April
Part 9
Question 56
The note should include the following three pieces of information:
i invitation
ii when and
iii where the party is.
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Sample answer A
Mark: 5
There is only oneminor spelling error (posible) and all three parts of the message are
communicated clearly.
Hi Susi
Wouldyou like to come to the party wit h me today? The party is
in my house at 7.00pm. If you are not busy today, please call me as
soon as posible.
See you!
Alana
Sample answer B
Mark: 4
All the points are mentioned but there are a number of errors inspelling and grammar.
Dear Khafid
Next weekend I'am going with my family to have party in my
eeeter'e flat an south London, and I think you like it, an if you doni't:
like coming can you t ell me toumorw morning.
Love Halim
Sample answer C
Mark: 3
All threepoints are attempted but the invitation I'd liketo comeneeds interpretation.
Dear Jack
I have a party. Today my birth day. I'd like to come. The party will be
at home at 10pm. See you there.
Jasmin
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Sample answer 0
Mark: 2
Twopointsof the message are communicated but there are a considerable number of
errors that require patience and interpretation by the reader.
Dear Nas ir
Please come and quinto my Barthday party at 19.6 .1998. Dear
Nasir you mast gunit e my Barlhday party in Friday evening at 10.0
klock.
Thnkyou
Ali If you cant guint the party pleese contakte
my on 5678 91
Sample answer E
Mark: 0
The candidate has not completed the taskas required andcannot be given a mark.
Dear friend
I am come to your party. What time your party start and when I
come to your party and where have your party.
See you soon
Boris
Paper 2 Listening
Part 1
1 A 2 B 3 C 4 A 5 C
Part 2
6 0 7 C 8 F 9 A 10 B
Part 3
11 B 12 C 13 A 14 A 15 B
Part 4
For questions 16-19, accept recognisable spelling. Spelling needstobe correct in
question 20. Ignore capitals/absence of capitals.
16 (next) Monday 17 (about) 15/fifteen (students)
18 12.99/twelve pounds ninety-nine 19 nine/9 (0'clock)/9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
20 Green Park
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Question 2 Two
How much petrol does the woman want?
Woman: Could you put 30 litres of petrol in my car, please?
Man: Did you say 13 litres?
Woman: No, 30 litres. Fill it up please.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 3 Three
Which table do they buy?
Woman: Look - this round table is very nice.
Man: Yes, but it's made of plastic and it's only got three legs.
Woman: Do you want one with four legs?
Man: Yes -look, here's a square one. Let's have this.
Woman: OK.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 4 Four
What time does the class start?
Boy: Are you going to the English class this afternoon, Susan?
Girl: Yes, it's at three o'clock, isn't it?
Boy: Two o ' ~ l o c k . I've got to go to the dentist's at half past two so I can't go.
Girl: Don't worry. "II get the homework for you.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 5 Five
What was the weather like on Emma's holiday?
Man: Did you enjoy your holiday in Australia, Emma?
Emma: Yes, but it was wet most of the time.
Man: Really? Isn't it always hot in Australia?
Emma: Mm. Not when I was there.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
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PartS
For questions 21-25, accept recognisable spelling. Ignore capitals/absence of
capitals.
21 7/seven (hours) 22 castle 23 cafe/lunch 24 beach/lake
25 camera
Transcript
This is the Key English Test. Paper 2. Listening. Test number three. There are
five parts to the test. Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Please ask any questions
now because you mustn't speak during the test.
[pause]
PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One.
[pause]
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick under the right answer.
Here is an example:
When's the school trip?
Boy: Are you going to go on the school trip, Maria?
Girl: Yes, I am.
Boy: It's on Wednesday, isn't it?
Girl: No, on Thursday. The bus leaves at 11 o'clock.
[pause]
The answer is Thursday, so there is a tick in box C.
Now we are ready to start.
Look at question one.
[pause]
Question lOne
Where's the sports centre?
Man: Excuse me. Is the sports centre near here?
Woman: Yes, it's about ten minutes' walk. Go past the bank and take the second
road on the left. It's on the corner.
Man: Thanks very much.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
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This is the end of Part One.
Now look at Part Two.
[pause]
PART 2 Listen to Jane talking to a friend about some clothes that she has bought for her
holiday. What colours are her clothes?
For questions 6-10, write a letter, A-H, next to each of her clothes.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Tim: Hi Jane. Have you been shopping?
Jane: Yes. I've bought some clothes. But I think I've got too many different
colours.
Tim: Well, that's a nice white shirt. You can wear that with any colour.
Jane: Yes, I bought it in the same shop as this dress.
Tim: Let me see. Oh yes. What a lovely green! And have you bought a jacket to
go with it?
Jane: Yes. It was difficult to find one but I finally got this dark brown one.
Tim: Oh yes - that's very nice. Did you buy anything else?
Jane: Well, I need a new sweater. I always wear this red one and it's so old now.
So I bought this one.
Tim: Mmm - orange - that's an unusual colour.
Jane: Yes. I also bought a coat and some shoes.
Tim: You have been busy.
Jane: Yes. The coat was a bit expensive. Do you like it?
Tim: Oh yes. You look good in black. And those new black shoes look great with
the coat.
Jane: Well, actually they're dark blue, not black.
[pause]
Now listen again .
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Two.
Now look at Part Three.
[pause]
PART 3 Listen to Mrs Lee talking to her secretary about her business trip.
For questions 11-15, tick A. B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Look at questions 11-15 now. You have 20 seconds.
[pause]
Now listen to the conversation.
Mrs Lee: So, tell me about my trip to Europe. Will I leave on Saturday or
Sunday?
Secretary: "ve booked your ticket for Saturday, Mrs Lee. Let me see, that's the
11th and your plane leaves at 10 a.m.
Mrs Lee: So, I'll get to the airport at about eight.
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Secretary: Yes. And you'll arrive in London at eleven fifty - you won't stop in
Frankfurt this time. Mr Porter from our Amsterdam office will arrive at
about the same time, so you can go together to your meeting at the
factory - no time to go to the hotel, I'm afraid.
Mrs Lee: OK. And after the meeting?
Secretary: You'll have the afternoon free. Then in the evening you'll meet Jane
and Peter Cook.
Mrs Lee: Is that at their home?
Secretary: Not this time. You're going to meet in a Japanese restaurant near
your hotel. Then the next morning you'll go to Paris on the train.
Mrs Lee: Yes, that's better than flying again.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Three.
Now look at Part Four.
[pause]
PART 4 Listen to a man asking for some information about a language school.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Woman: Hello, School of Italian Studies.
Man: Hello, I saw your advertisement in the newspaper. Can you give me
some information, please?
Woman: Yes, of course. What would you like to know?
Man: Well, first, how long are the courses?
Woman: They're six or nine months long and the next courses begin next
Monday.
Man: How many students will there be in the class? Not too many, I hope.
Woman: Usually, there are about 15. We find that a good number.
Man: OK. Now, I saw the price of the course in the newspaper, but will I have
to pay for any1hingelse?
Woman: Only for the coursebook, which costs twelve pounds ninety-nine.
Man: I see. When can I come and pay?
Woman: Well, the school is open eight a.m. to seven p.m. Monday to Friday and
on Saturdays from nine to one.
Man: OK. And one more question - what's the nearest underground station to
your school?
Woman: It's Green Park.
Man: Green Park. I see. Well, thank you very much. Goodbye.
Woman : Goodbye .
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
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[pause]
This is the end of Part Four.
Now look at Part Five.
[pause]
PART 5 You will hear a man talking about a day trip.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
[pause]
Tour guide: Hello everybody. Tomorrow we're all going on a coach trip to Lake
Tandy and I'd just like to give you some information about the trip.
We'll be leaving here at nine thirty in the morning. It's a seven­
hour trip, so we'll be back at half past four. We're going to visit three
places. The first one is a castle. This was built six hundred years ago
and it is very interesting. After that we will stop at a cafe for lunch at
one o'clock. We'll stay there about three-quarters of an hour. We will
then drive on to our third stop. It will be at a beach and if you like you
can swim there or just sit in the sun and look at the scenery. The
lake is very beautiful and there are lots of birds there. So remember
to take a camera . I'm sure you'll be able to take some excellent
photographs.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Five.
You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
Note: Teacher, stop the recording here and time eight minutes . Remind students
when there is one minute remaining.
[pause]
This is the end of the test.
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Paper 1 Reading and Writing
Part 1
1 G 2 B 3 D 4 H 5 A
Part 2
6 A 7 A 8 B 9 C 10 C
Part 3
11 C 12 A 13 A 14 A 15 B
16 E 17F 18 B 19 H 20 G
Part 4
21 B 22 B 23 A 24 C 25 A 26 B 27 A
PartS
28 B 29 A 30 B 31 A 32 A 33 A 34 B 35 C
Part 6
Spelling must be correct .
36 shoes 37 suit 38 raincoat 39 shorts 40 sweater
Part 7
For questions 41-50, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Spelling must be correct .
41 told 42 had/decided/have 43 are 44 a 45 the 46 were
. 47 me 48 you 49 to 50 on/next
Part 8
For questions 51-55, spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where
necessary.
51 21(st) May 52 Paris 53 18.25/6.25 p.m. 54 one/a/1/suitcase
55 clothes
Part 9
Question 56
The note should include the following three pieces of information:
i request to return cassette recorder
ii why you need it and
iii when you need it.
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Sample answer A
Mark: 5
The three points are covered clearly andfully with only occasional grammatical errors.
Dear Chris
Hello Chris. do you remember that I lent you my casset te
recorder? Yes. I'm very sure that you can remember. But I need to
use that cassette recorder. I'll use it to help me in t he class
because my t eachers speak very fast. I'll need it on Friday. So you
must bring it to me on Thursday
Thank you
Korin
Sample answer B
Mark: 4
All three parts of the message are communicated with some errors in spelling and
grammar.
Dear Chris
It's well my cassette recorder? I need the cassette recorder
because I have to record a cassette to Mary. i need the cassette
t he next week.
Best whishes
Rosa
Sample answer C
Mark: 3
All three parts of the message have been attempted but in the all in the morning
requires interpretation. There are also grammatical errors.
Dear Chris
You have my casset t e recorder. I must leave the cassette at my
f riend for holiday, you leave t he cassette in the all in the morning.
because in the afternoon, I leave the city.
Thank you
Mira
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Sample answer 0
Mark: 3
The language is clear and accurate and would score a 5 if all three points had been
included. However , the reason has been omitted.
Chris: Hallo, I need my cassette recorder. Couldyou come to my
house t o give it to me because I need it for today. Thankyou.
Sample answer E
Mark: 1
Only one point is commun icated; the final sentence is copied from the rubric.
Hi Chris, yesterday I gaveyou my cassette recorder. I'd like t hat my
cassette recorder return to me. And why and when you need it?
Paper 2 Listening
Part 1
1 B 2 A 3 C 4 C 5 A
Part 2
6 B 7 D 8 A 9 G 10 H
Part 3
11 A 12 B 13 B 14 A 15 C
Part 4
For questions 16-20, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. In quest ions 16 and 19
spelling must be correct.
16 Friday 17 8.30/half past eighVeight thirty 18 London Hotel
19 SHINDY (Street) 20 pencil(s)
Part 5
For questions 21-24, accept recognisable spelling. Ignore capitals/absence of
capitals. In question 25 spelling must be correct.
21 Midnight (Meeting) 22 Thursday
23 (6.45 and) 9.15(p.m.) quarter past nine 24 2.80 25 HAUXTON
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Transcript
This is the Key English Test. Paper 2. Listening. Test number four. There are five
parts to the test. Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five.
We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Please ask any questions
now because you mustn't speak during the test.
[pause)
PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One.
[pause)
You will hear five short conversations.
You will hear each conversation twice.
There is one question for each conversation.
For questions 1-5, put a tick under the right answer.
Here is an example:
What time is it?
Woman: Excuse me, can you tell me the time?
Man: Yes, it's 9 o'clock.
Woman: Thank you.
Man: You're welcome.
[pause)
The answer is nine o'clock, so there is a tick in box C.
Now we are ready to start .
Look at question one.
[pause]
Question 1 One
What was the weather like on Wednesday?
Woman: What was the weather like when you were on holiday?
Man: Fine; it was sunny every day until Wednesday.
Woman: Really? What happened then?
Man: Well, it was sunny in the morning, but it rained in the afternoon.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause)
Question 2 Two
How much did Mark's pullover cost?
Woman: That's a nice pullover, Mark - was it expensive?
Mark: Mmm. Fourteen pounds ninety-nine.
Woman: Oh, that's not bad.
Mark: No, and I do like blue.
[pause]
Now listen again.
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[repeat]
[pause]
Question 3 Three
What did Raquel buy today?
Tina: Hi, Raquel. You're looking well. New skirt?
Raquel: Thanks Tina. No, I've had this skirt for a long time. I bought these boots
this morning. Do you like them?
Tina: Yes, very nice. They look good with that jacket.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 4 Four
How many students are there at the college?
Girl: How many students are there at your college?
Boy: Oh, there's lots. It's quite a big college.
Girl: More than three hundred?
Boy: Oh yes, more than twice that. About seven hundred and fifty, I think.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
Question 5 Five
What is David going to buy?
Woman: Hi, David. What are you looking for?
David: I don't know what to buy for Rachel's birthday.
Woman: Well, I've bought her a CD, so why don't you get her a book?
David: Yes, that's a good idea -I will.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part One.
Now look at Part Two.
[pause]
PART 2 Listen to Philip talking to his mother about his son, Simon .
What is Simon going to do on Saturday and Sunday?
For questions 6-10, write a letter, A-H, next to each time of day.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
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Philip: Well, Mum, thanks for having Simon to stay for a couple of days.
Mother: That's OK, Philip. What have I got to do?
Philip: Well, Saturday's busy. In the morning he's got his judo class.
Mother: Right, and in the afternoon he's going to a birthday party, isn't he?
Philip: No, that's in the evening. He's going to the football match in the
afternoon, remember?
Mother: Oh yes, I remember now. So what time does the party start?
Philip: At half past seven, but Mrs Carter' II bring him home.
Mother: Fine. Now on Sunday morning, we can go to the swimming pool on our
bikes.
Philip: Well, ... he's got a cold, so swimming isn't a very good idea, but he'd like
a bicycle ride.
Mother: OK. Your father wants to take Simon to the park in the afternoon.
Philip: Fine. And then a quiet evening watching TV.
Mother: What about a trip to the cinema?
Philip: No. I think he'll be too tired for that.
Mother: OK.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Two.
Now look at Part Three.
[pause]
PART 3 Listen to Chloe talking to a man about a sailing holiday.
For questions 11-15, tick A, B or C.
You will hear the conversation twice.
Look at questions 11-15 now. You have 20 seconds .
[pause]
Now listen to the conversation.
Man: Hello, can I help you?
Chloe: Yes, I'd like to go on a sailing holiday this summer in Italy.
Man: Have you been sailing before?
Chloe: No. I wanted to go to Sweden last year, but I didn't have enough money.
Man: Well, it is quite expensive. Sailing holidays start at about three hundred
pounds.
Chloe: Yes, my friends went in August last year. They paid four hundred and fifty
pounds each. The most I can pay is three hundred and eighty pounds.
Man: Well, that should be enough.
Chloe: When's the cheapest time to go?
Man: Well, August is the most expensive month. September and October are
cheaper.
Chloe: October's too late for me, so "II go in September.
Man: Would you like to be by the sea or a lake?
Chloe: Well, I'd prefer a lake in the mountains.
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Man: OK. The Aqua Centre in north Italy will be best for you. That costs £370.
Chloe: OK. Can I pay by credit card? I haven't got my cheque book.
Man: Yes, that's fine.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Three.
Now look at Part Four.
[pause]
PART 4 You will hear Kate and Jeremy talking about a party.
Listen and complete questions 16-20.
You will hear the conversation twice.
[pause]
Jeremy: Hello.
Kate: Hi Jeremy. It's Kate. I'm going to have a party next week. Would you like
to come to it?
Jeremy: A party - that's great. What 's it for?
Kate: It's my birthday on Wednesday - I'm going to be seventeen.
Jeremy: Oh dear - I can't come on Wednesday.
Kate: No - my birthday's Wednesday, but the party's on Friday.
Jeremy: Oh, that's OK. What time will it begin?
Kate: At eight thirty.
Jeremy: Right - that should be no problem .
Kate: It's going to be at the London Hotel. Do you know where
that is?
Jeremy: Let me think - the London Hotel. No, I don't.
Kate: Well , it's near the town centre on Shindy Street.
Jeremy: Could you spell that for me?
Kate: Yeah, sure. It's S-H-I-N-D- Y - Shindy Street.
Jeremy: OK. I can find that. I've got a map. Can I bring anything?
Kate: Well , I need a lot of pencils for a game we're going to play.
Jeremy: OK. I'll bring some pencils.
Kate: Thanks. See you there.
[pause]
Now listen again.
[repeat]
[pause]
This is the end of Part Four.
Now look at Part Five.
[pause]
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PART 5 You will hear some information about a cinema.
Listen and complete questions 21-25.
You will hear the information twice.
[pause)
Woman: Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema, Wood Green.
There is no one to answer your call at the moment.
The North London Arts Cinema is open seven days a week, showing
a variety of British and foreign films.
Next week we will show an Italian film called Midnight Meeting. It is
set in Milan in the 1950s. You can see that film from Monday to
Thursday. It will be on twice a day in the evenings. That's at 6.45 and
9.15. The film lasts two hours and fifteen minutes. Tickets are £4, but
there is a special student ticket at £2.80 for all our midweek films.
Please bring your student card if you want the cheaper ticket.
The nearest car park to the cinema is in Hauxton Street. That 's
H-A-U-X-T-O-N. It's just five minutes' walk from the cinema.
Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema. If you require
further information, phone during office hours - 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.,
Monday to Friday.
[pause)
Now listen again.
[repeat)
[pause)
This is the end of Part Five.
You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.
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[pause)
This is the end of the test.
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Contents
To the student Test 1

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Test 2

Test 3

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Visual materials for Paper 3 Sample answer sheets

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To the student

This book is for students preparing for University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations Key English Test (KET) . It contains four complete tests based on the new test format from March 2004.

What is KET?
KET is an examination for speakers of other languages studying English. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. The KET examination is at Cambridge Level One (Council of Europe Level A2). Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 1 hour 10 minutes approx 30 minutes 8-10 minutes Reading and Writing Listening Speaking 9 parts 5 parts 2 parts 50% of total marks 25% of total marks 25% of total marks

How do I prepare for KET?
It is important to know what type of questions are in the KET examination. Doing the tests in this book will help you. Practise putting your answers on the sample answer sheets on pages 82-84 (you may photocopy these pages). This will help you to understand what you have to do in the real test. Reading: Read some books in simple English from your library or local bookshop. Try to guess the words you don't know before you use a dictionary to check them. Also, use 'an English learner's dictionary when you study. If you live in a tourist area, there may be some signs or notices in English outside restaurants and shops or in railway stations and airports. Read these and try to understand them. Writing: Write short letters or messages in English to a friend who is learning English with you or find an English-speaking pen-friend/e-friend to write to. Write about your daily life (your home, work or school and your family) . If you go on holiday, write postcards in English and send them to your English-speaking friends. Listening: Listen to the cassettes or CDs that come with English coursebooks so you can hear different people speaking English. Watch English-language programmes on television and listen to English on the radio if possible. Speaking: Talk in English with friends who are studying with you. Ask each other questions about your daily lives, your future plans and about other towns, countries or places you have visited. We hope this book helps you when you take the KET examination. Good luck!

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Test 1
PAPER 1
PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)? For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.

READING AND WRITING

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Reading and Writing

PART 2
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Read the sentences (6-10) about going to the zoo.
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PART 3
QUESTIONS 11-15
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mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.Paper 1: Reading and Writing QUESTIONS 16-20 Complete the conversation about a flat. EXAMPLE Ann: Ben: 279616. ANSWER o 5 . 0 . What does Ben say to Ann? For questions 16-20. Ann Beaton speaking.

B or C on the answer sheet. 600 miles south of his home in Canada. Bill flew to Virginia in the United States. so Bill flew to Virginia to get them. they have to fly south where the weather is warmer. Bill left the geese in Virginia and he returned home. He looked for them for two weeks but he couldn't find them. When he arrived back home. This spring. For questions 21-27. The geese followed him all the way.' Bill had a small plane and he decided to teach the birds to follow him. Bill Lishman found sixteen young Canada Geese on his farm. Bill was waiting for the birds to come back. When autumn arrives. The winters are so cold in Canada that the birds die if they stay there. When the cold weather arrived in autumn. All through the summer. he went on short trips in his plane and the young geese flew after him. Last spring. 'These young birds won't know what to do in the autumn. They had found their way home without him! 6 . Bill found the geese waiting for him. They didn't arrive. CANADA GEESE Canada Geese are large blue and white birds. Bill thought. mark A. choose 'Doesn't say' (C). Are sentences 21-27 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B)? If there is not enough information to answer 'Right' (A) or 'Wrong' (B).Test 1 PART 4 QUESTIONS 21-27 Read the article about some birds. They had lost their parents.

A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 27 -c The geese returned to Canada in the spring.Paper 1: Reading and Writing EXAMPLE ANSWER A o Winters in Canada are too cold for Canada Geese. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 26 Bill stayed in Virginia all winter. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 25 Bill wanted the geese to stay at his home for the winter. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 21 Bill Lishman is a farmer. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 22 Bill lives with his parents. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 7 . A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 23 Bill carried the geese in his plane. A Right B Wrong C Doesn't say 24 This was Bill's first visit to Virginia.

At first.. bicycles were expensive. These early bicycles looked very different from the ones we have today. ... people use cars more than bicycles. cheap and clean way to travel.~ buy one.~9 bicycles became cheaper. People started . . Later. They say that ~? are too many cars in town centres and you can't find anywhere to park! I' EXAMPLE o 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 A A A A A A A A A some was must when buy their fast yet they ANSWER B any C C C C C C C C C a were may that bought its fastest already here C B is B could B B B B if buys his faster B still B there 8 .JL.Test 1 PARTS QUESTIONS 28-35 Read the article about bicycles. . . mg Today. The first bicycle ?~.. Only rich people ~.. ... BICYCLES The bicycle is .. cars are much ~~ and you don't get wet when it rains! But some people ~~ prefer to cycle to work. Choose the best word (A.. B or C) for each space (28-35).. .. . mark A. \ made about one hundred and fifty years ago. B or C on the answer sheet.L one. For questions 28-35. nidi bllCYC Ies to war k an d In 32 f ree time.. many people ~..

he is this. u ---­ g---------­ w --­ a --­ 38 This is the person a man is married to. There is one space for each other letter in the word. d------­ 9 . 36 This is your mother's brother. she is this. 37 She is your father's mother. What is the word for each description? The first letter is already there. EXAMPLE ANSWER o If your child is a boy. 39 This is your father's sister. For questions 36-40. 40 If your child is a girl.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 6 QUESTIONS 36-40 Read the descriptions (36-40) of some people in a family. write the words on the answer sheet.

For questions 41-50.4~ ... we have . 9 May. I would 4~ to have some more information.. write your words on the answer sheet.. the newspaper.4~ does a course cost? Also. ... £150......... begin in June... This is a 6-week course and it 41.. David May 10 .. Dear Sir..... ... I (Example: r. Our next course starts in three weeks. If you prefer ..4~ Monday ..?9.. How .. I hope .. . Yo u r s ... 44 long is each course and when does the next course start? Yours... . is the information you want.. Maria Gonzalez Dear Ms. Gonzalez....4~ .. ... 10-week course for £200. Write ONE word for each space (41-50).~~~L) your advertisement for English courses 41. for your letter.... Thank ...4~.Test 1 PART 7 QUESTIONS 41-50 Complete these letters.

.. Mary Jones Weston University Library Reservation Form Name of book: Name of writer: When do you want the book? For how long? Student's name: Student's address: Underetendinq Science ~-----­ ~I ­ ~I ­ ~.- ~'--------­ 11 . Robin Gibson. Fill in the information on the Reservation Form. Weston on 9th April... I am on holiday in Northfleet at the moment but I'll return to my home at 22 King's Road. Thank you.. I'd like to get the book the next day and keep it for one week.-. Rose Cottage Northfleet 26 March To: Weston University Library My teacher.. It's by 5 J Renshaw. For questions 51-55..Paper 1: Reading and Writing PARTS QUESTIONS 51-55 Read the note from a student who wants a book from a library.. has told me to read Understanding Science before my exam on 17th April.. write the information on the answer sheet..

12 .when and where you can meet your friend on another day. Write 25-35 words. Write a note to your friend. Say: .why you can't go . Write your note on the answer sheet.Test 1 PART 9 QUESTION 56 Your friend has asked you to go swimming tomorrow evening. You can't go.

For questions 1-5. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. EXAMPLE o How many people were at the meeting? 3 13 30 A 0 1 B 0 C !2l What will they eat for dinner this evening? A 0 2 What time is it? B 0 C 0 2:10 A 2:20 B 2:30 / C 0 0 13 . put a tick !2l under the right answer.Paper 2: Listening PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes transfer time) PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 You will hear five short conversations.

Test 1 3 What's Michelle going to read? A 0 4 How much did the tickets cost? B 0 c 0 $19 A 0 5' Where is the chemist's? $90 B 0 $99 c 0 A 0 B 0 c 0 14 .

Where is each person going today? For questions 6-10. You will hear the conversation twice.Paper 2: Listening PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Listen to Kate telling Emma about her family. write a letter A-H next to each person. I EXAMPLE o Sam ANSWER @J PLACES PEOPLE 6 Kate's mother D D D A concert B dentist's 7 Tanya C driving school 8 Len D golf club 9 Tom D E hairdresser's 10 Kate's father D F shops G Spanish class ~ -c H tennis club 15 .

B or C. You will hear the conversation twice.00 10. tick IZl A. expensive. evening. 9. big. afternoon.30 10. EXAMPLE ANSWER A in town on the bus at home ~ o Where did the woman lose her bag? B C 0 0 11 How much money was in the bag? A £20 £40 £50 B C 12 What else was in the bag? A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 cred it card driving licence gloves old.Test 1 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Listen to a woman talking to a policeman. For questions 11-15. B C 16 .30 B C 13 The bag was A B C 14 What time did the woman lose the bag? A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B C 15 The policeman will telephone her in the A morning.

-' . You will hear the conversation twice.Paper 2: Listening PART 4 QUESTIONS 16-20 You will hear a man speaking on the telephone.. Listen and complete questions 16-20.. Y"ooM ~'----------- 17 . Message TO: FROM: Meeting about: Mi~~ 'Dixon G!JL-MY" [ill new Wedn~da~ On: Time: .. In: Please take: G!JL-G!J . He wants to speak to Miss Dixon. but she is not there. _ .

Test 1 PARTS QUESTIONS 21-25 You will hear a man talking about a day trip. 18 . You will hear the information twice. Listen and complete questions 21-25. DAY TRIP To: Breakfast at: Meet in: ~------­ ~------------­ ~'----------­ ~L­ _ Colour of lunch ticket: Get lunch ticket from: Bring: ~'----------­ You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.

Paper 3: Speaking PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes) The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. job. but only one of them will talk to you. Then you will change roles. Part 2 (3--4 minutes) You and your partner will speak to each other. you may have to speak about your school. You will take the test with another candidate . past experiences and future plans. Part 1 (5-6 minutes) The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. You will ask and answer questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. ( 19 . Your partner will use the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. hobbies or home town. There are two examiners . The examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. The examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate. These questions will be about your daily life. For example.

Film matinee 2 p . D 4 Not everyone can make a call from here. mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet. 1 Not all drivers can stop here. READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes) EXAMPLE ANSWER G o We are only open in the morning.m. B TELEPHONE for customers' use only C DANGER! No Traffic Lights Ahead PARKING FOR POLICE CARS ONLY 3 Drivers must be careful.00 G H I Bookshop - Closed afternoons I TELEPHONES ON SECOND FLOOR 20 . A 2 Children cannot come here in the evening. £ 3. E LEEDS CASTL E FREE ADMISSION FOR CHILDREN F 5 Only adults have to pay here.Test 2 PAPER 1 PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)? For questions 1-5.

C take 7 There are special changing rooms for A brothers B parents C with young children. cousins 8 Please A know . EXAMPLE ANSWER in the town centre. understand C remember 9 If you are A dirty B . B or C on the answer sheet. A o A new swimming pool has just A 6 opened B built C become Everyone must A do B make a shower before they go in the water . Choose the best word (A. B to take a towel with you to the pool. mark A. you can get a drink in the snack bar upstairs . For questions 6-10.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Read the sentences (6-10) about a swimming pool. 21 . there are swimming classes for children of all A ages B lessons C pupils . B or C) for each space. thirsty C wet In the afternoons .

too.Test 2 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Complete the five conversations. B In the evenings. too. ANSWER A 11 John's going to London. 22 . B or C on the answer sheet. too. C I do. C What a pity! 15 I hate basketball. mark A. EXAMPLE Where do you come from? A B C New York. School. B I will. A Thank you. Home. B It can. A Often? B Yesterday? C By train? 12 When do you study? A At school. A You are. 13 Do you like my new shoes? A Where did you buy them? B How long are they? C Would you like them? 14 Be careful. C In the library. For questions 11-15.

. F 19 .... it was really good .. David: Sarah: 16 .... What does David say to Sarah? For questions 16-20..... .. ... A Perhaps I'll go next weekend... but it's much better than the old one...... ... EXAMPLE Sarah: David: Hello........ didn't you? D E David: Sarah: David: .... The new one in the city centre. ..... .. Well.... / Sarah : 18 . what did you see? Fine thanks... I think so...... Yes.... B C David: Sarah: 17 . D Sarah: I'm tired...... 20 .... You liked his last film...... That one with Brad Pitt. mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet. the American actor.. I went to see a late film last night. and you? Do you think I'd like it? Is the city centre far? Yes. Which cinema did you go to? You should go to bed early.. David......... Are the tickets expensive there? Oh... G David: Sarah: ~ H 23 . £6....... I hope you like it...Paper 1: Reading and Writing QUESTIONS 16-20 Complete the conversation between two friends.......... How are you? ANSWER 0 ..

She sold this to a school where one of her friends worked. her aunt Flory gave her £500 for her birthday. After a few months. sugar and some glass jars and began making her own jam. After two years. her business was very large and her parents were very . But Esther didn't listen to them. ESTHER'S STORY When Esther left school at the age of sixteen. pleased with her. she started selling it to the local market. For questions 21-27. At first. She was so busy that she had to get some people to work for her. Th en she started making orange juice. She bought fruit. She just kept on makingjam. mark A. She sold the jam for £1 a jar to her friends and she soon doubled her aunt's £500. 24 .Test 2 PART 4 QUESTIONS 21-27 Read the article about Esther and then answer the questions. B or C on the answer sheet. but Esther used her aunt's money to start her own business. Most of Esther's friends decided to go to college. her parents didn't want Esther to spend her time making jam and they thought that she should study instead. She made all kinds of food which she sold to shops and supermarkets. They hoped that one day she would be a teacher or a doctor.

worked in a supermarket. It was a present. C 26 Esther's parents were happy because Esther . Esther A B went to college. B a school.: A cooked for them. her friends. C 22 After she left school. Esther A B paid people to help her. C 25 . worked for her aunt. her parents wanted her to A B go to college. started her own business.c . work in a market. C 24 When Esther left school. C 23 Why did Esther make jam? A B She liked to eat it. C 25 -~ Esther sold orange juice to A the local market.Paper 1: Reading and Writing EXAMPLE ANSWER A C 14 o How old was Esther when she left school? B 15 16 C 21 Why did Aunt Flory give Esther some money? A B Esther asked for it. opened a shop. be a businesswoman . Esther's friends needed it. She had a lot of fruit. C 27 After two years .. B was busy. She wanted to make money . had a good business .

It is the fastest passenger plane in the world and it ...... B or C) for each space (28-35)..... Then . two French brothers built .. Then.. For questions 28-35. One hundred and twenty years later. in 1903... A HISTORY OF AIR TRAVEL In 1783. In 1976....... aeroplane. Concorde w as built in the UK and France.. JL . B or C on the answer sheet... millions of people travel . the US Post Office began the first airmail service.. London to New Yark is only four hours.. fly at 2500 kilometres an hour... in the next thirty years. and it is difficult to think ofa world without .. Choose the best word (A.. in the 1950s. because they had jet engines.~~.. first balloon to take people into the air.... mark A.. Today ... ANSWER B a 28 29 30 Cone C C C C flew through few fastest can of by they A A A A fly B flown in lot fast must between with them B at B B B many faster should 31 32 33 A A A C C B from 34 35 A A B on B their C C 26 .... the Wright brothers built the first plane with an engine and Aeroplanes changed a aeroplanes became much ?!t ~9 ~L in it.Test 2 PARTS QUESTIONS 28-35 Read the article about air travel. This was :?~ the United States. ~.... so the journey ~ .~~.~4....... in 1918 .

EXAMPLE ANSWER o You may need this to leave the country. 36 If you want a room in a hotel. write the words on the answer sheet. 40 You go here to enjoy the sun and swim in the sea. 27 . There is one space for each other letter in the word. you go here first. 37 When you arrive at a hotel or a campsite. What is the word for each description? The first letter is already there. you can phone and do this first.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 6 QUESTIONS 36-40 Read the descriptions (36-40) of some holiday words. r _ 39 This kind of hotel room is for two people. For questions 36-40. 38 You sleep inside this on a campsite. \.

I was on the 8..30 p .. pleased to tell ...m. If you come 4~ this office..m...4~t . write your words on the answer sheet.?Q.. ~ give it to you.m .47 that we have your bag here..... The office . ?" 10th May. . ...... bag on a train .... Write ONE word for each space (41-50).. For questions 41-50. i. train to Cambridge .. .my. every day..30 a... and closes at 6... Dear Sir...:~~.41... week. I .... Yours sincerely. . I lost (Example: ... It is .Test 2 PART 7 QUESTIONS 41-50 Complete these letters..> • • • •• • Yours faithfully...4~.. . .... large blue bag and my name 44 written on the outside 4~ you found this bag? ... J Wi/son 28 ..4fL .. at 9 a. Mary Johnson Dear Ms Johnson.

6. To: International Language School Afternoo n Classes: Evening Classes: I come f rom Australia and I teach French to businessmen. I am fr ee after 1 p.30 p. For questions 51-55.30-8..- 29 .. Language Courses French : German : Portugue se: Spanish: Monday even ing Thursday evening Tuesday afternoon Wednesday evening 2.' .).Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART a QUESTIONS 51-55 Read the information about language courses and the e-mail message. :"\.30 p.m. r 'J'"'''' ' ' ' ~.­ . write the information on the answer sheet.30-4. . on Tuesdays and Thursday s. l.m. ' .: I I J .m.. • e-: I .' t I I r . ~) ~. r.: I . Fill in the information on the Course Booking Form. Can I boo k a place on one of yo ur courses? Cheryl Harvey International Language School Course Booking Form Full name: Nationali ty: Occupation: Name of course: Day: Starting time: Cheryl Harvey [iJ ~ ~ ~ -r ~ . I wan t to start learning Portuguese because next year I am going to work in Brazil.I ..C-.

.n I D see.£<. VlhC<.your CCJJ. 7 Pectse t-ell we abcai: the u. POSTCARD I C<.t: C.bthes sheu. Write your postcard on the answer sheet.JE.M ~oin~ t-o visit.nt-ry nex:t. Answer Alex's questions..ther there. Write 25-35 words. 30 .ki I brln~7 Aex: Write a postcard to Alex.Test 2 PART 9 QUESTION 56 Read this postcard from your friend.. Alex..Month· CC<..yeu.

put a tick IZI under the right answer. There is one question for each conversation.Paper 2 : Listening PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes transfer time) PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. For questions 1-5. EXAMPLE o How many people were at the meeting? 3 13 30 A D B D 1 How will Mary travel to Scotland? A 2 D B D c D Where are the shoes? .: A D B D c D 31 .

m.45 a. A 12.15 p.Test 2 3 When will the football match start next week? 11.m.m.00 p. c 0 D D 4 Which box of chocolates do they buy? A D B D c 0 5 When's Wendy's birthday? 16 May A 18 May B 21 May c D D D 32 . B 2.

O Monday ~ WEATHER DAYS 6 Tuesday D D D A cloud B cold 7 Wednesday C fog 8 Thursday D rain 9 Friday D E snow 10 Saturday D F sun G warm H wind 33 . write a letter A-H next to each day. You will hear the conversation twice.Paper 2: Listening PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Listen to Pete talking to a friend about his holiday. What was the weather like each day? For questions 6-10. EXAMP LE ANSWER I .

EXAMPLE ANSWER A B C Long Road Bridge Street Station Road ~ o Where is the new sports centre? 0 0 11 What sport can't you do at the sports centre? A B tennis table-tenn is volleyball £14ayear £30 a year £50 a year C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 How much must Marina pay? A B C 13 How many days a week is the sports centre open late? A B 2 3 4 number 10 number 16 number 60 Tuesday Thu rsday Friday C 14 Which bus goes to the sports centre? A B C 0 0 0 0 15 When will Michael and Marina go to the sports centre? A B C 34 . You will hear the conversation twice.Test 2 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Listen to Michael talking to Marina about a new sports centre. tick ~ A. B or C. For questions 11-15.

You will hear the conversation twice..Paper 2: Listening PART 4 QUESTIONS 16-20 You will hear a conversation about a flat for rent. 21 a Month I ~ Sfyu.. Listen and complete questions 16-20. 35 .t l at . LON FLATS AGENCY Flat for rent in: Number of bedrooms: Cost: Address: When see flat? Free from: B ~'--------------£. G!:I lv~da~ ~ I~t .

_ Morning visit: _ _____. 36 .J Price of family ticket: ~L-£.m. Arrives Chester: ~ [22]_2_'-. You will hear the information twice. Listen and complete questions 21-25.15 a.Test 2 PART 5 QUESTIONS 21-25 You will hear a tour guide talking about a day trip. TRIP TO CHESTER Coach leaves: 9. ~'~L _ Lunch in: _____' Afternoon visit: You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.

There are two examiners. Part 1 (5-6 minutes) The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. The examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate . For example. The examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. 37 .Paper 3: Speaking PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes) The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. These questions will be about your daily life. job. hobbies or home town. past experiences and future plans. you may have to speak about your school. Then you will change roles. You will ask and answer questions . Part 2 (3-4 minutes) You and your partner will speak to each other. You will take the test with another candidate. Your partner will use the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. but only one of them will talk to you.

READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes) EXAMPLE ANSWER F o Don't bring your dog in here. mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet. TICKETS FOR OASIS CONCERT ON SALE HERE from 8 p. NO ANIMALS IN RESTAURANT ALL TI CKET S SOLD USE BY 19 JULY G H 38 . E 4 You are too late to get a seat for this show. A KEEP IN FRIDGE B 2 You can't get many different meals here. F ALL THIS WEEK BUY 5 GET 1 FREE 5 This place is not open all night.m.Test 3 PAPER 1 PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)? For questions 1-5. 1 These are cheaper if you buy several of them. C ( SOUP AND HOT PIES ONLY) D 3 Put this in a cold place.

C listen 7 'That's a great A pity B !' said Jane.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Read the sentences (6-10) about Lisa and her friend.' she said. For questions 6-10. C cans 10 They took everything back to Lisa's house and A enjoyed B laughed C liked the film together. EXAMPLE ANSWER o Lisa A spoke her friend Jane on the phone. thought 9 Then they bought some A plates B cups of cola to drink and a big bag of sweets. B or C) for each space. 39 . Choose the best word (A.' thing C idea 8 They went to the video shop and A chose B decided C a film with their favourite actor in it. B or C on the answer sheet. 'I've got nothing else to do. mark A. Jane. B talked C called C 6 'Let's get a video and A look B watch it at my house this evening.

For two days. B C 14 I got a letter from Paul this morning. That's nice. 11 Let's walk to the park. She's very well. Half past eight. B C 40 . B C 15 How's your sister? A She's Jane. For questions 11-15. you will. Yesterday. mark A. EXAMPLE ANSWER A B Tuesday. A I'm afraid not. She's at school. B or C on the answer sheet. B C 13 Shall I open the window? A Yes. please. B C 1998 . A All right. I think so. I shall. Yes. I'm sorry .Test 3 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Complete the five conversations. He's fine . B C 12 When did you arrive? A Tomorrow . Yes.

ANSWER o 41 . mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet. Can I help you? 0 .Paper 1: Reading and Writing QUESTIONS 16-20 Complete the conversation. EXAMPLE Assistant: Tourist: Good morning. What does the tourist say to the shop assistant? For questions 16-20.

Now she has written a book about the trip and people often ask her to talk about it. mark A. Water is very heavy so you only take enough to drink!' When Rebecca reached the top of Mount Everest on May 17 1993. Suddenly she became famous. but she still lives in the little flat in south London among her pictures and books about mountains! 42 . she was a journalist and lived in a small flat in south London. on a science programme on telev ision. Rebecca left her job and her fam ily and travelled to Asia with some other climbers . She has a new job too.Test 3 PART 4 QUESTIONS 21-27 Read the article about a young woman and then answer the questions. only snow. She found that life on Everest is hard. 'You mus t carry everyth ing on your back: she explained. Rebecca is well known today and she has more money. For questions 21-27. it was the best moment of her life. B or C on the answer sheet. REBECCA STEVENS Rebecca Stevens wa s the first woman to climb Mount Everest. Before she went up the highest mountain in the world. and in the end I didn't even take a toothbrush . I am usually a clean person but there is no water. You can't wash on the mounta in. In 1993. 'so you can only take thing s that you w ill need.

she is a dirty person. was on a television programme. a travel agent. wrote a book about her trip. B e 24 Rebecca didn't wash on Everest because A it was too cold. town. B e 25 Rebecca carried water for A drinking. Rebecca A earned the same money. did the same job. B e 43 . mountain. o Everest is a B e 21 Before Rebecca climbed Everest. cleaning her teeth. cooking. had to carry it herself. B e 27 Atter her trip. B e 23 Rebecca didn't take much luggage because she A didn't have many things . B e 22 Rebecca went to Everest A with her family. B e 26 Rebecca became famous when she A got to the highest place in the world. she worked for A a bookshop. there was not enough water. a newspaper.Paper 1: Reading and Writing EXAMPLE ANSWER A B country. stayed in the same flat. had a bad back. without anyone. with a climbing group.

so it is very difficult ... EXAMPLE ANSWER B larger C largest o 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 A large C A A A A A A A A than on few or them a for ate B B B B B B B B of in little and their an to eats C C C C C C C C like at lot but its one by eat 44 . Ostriches ..~ . Most wild ~ ostrich es live ?~. Baby ostriches are th e same size as chickens and take about 3 years to become adults.~4. For questions 28-35... Ostriches can run very fast......... mark A.... ~... B or C) for each space (28-35). THE OSTRICH The ostrich is the 9 bird in the world.~9 of them left. plants and can live for many days without water. B or C on the answer sheet... and an adult can be more ?~... wings to help them turn when the y are runn ing....... the y canno t fly..... Choose the best word (A............~ L ..... but there are onl y a .. 90 kilos.. ostriches have wings.. Like all birds.. ...~~. They use . from 65 to 90 kilometres . other anim als to catch them.....Test 3 PART 5 QUESTIONS 28-35 Read the article about the ostrich. southern Africa..~~. hour....

There is one space for each other letter in the word. For questions 36-40.. What is the word for each description? The first letter is already there. t ---- c------5 ----- w. 37 You can keep your clothes in this.LJi 36 People sit round this to eat their meals.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 6 QUESTIONS 36-40 Read the descriptions (36-40) of some things you can find in a house. EXAMPLE ANSWER 0 You sleep in this at night. 40 People often put books or flowers on this. 39 You look through this to see outside.­ 5 ---- 45 .. 38 You wash yourself with soap and water in this. write the words on the answer sheet... b.

. Dear Isabella........... it tomorrow.....Uk!!.. Love.. and I ... The film starts ..... ....4~... I am very sorry but I can't go to the cinema . evening. Why don't you .. write your words on the answer sheet. meet outside the cinema? Love. My mother has ........ . 1. work.... 46 . the cinema 1 ........... like the film.Test 3 PART 7 QUESTIONS 41-50 Complete these letters..... For questions 41-50.... Ai?. .... Write ONE word for each space (41-50).......... A~ .) to come ........ me after school today? We can go to see Pocahontas at the ABC cinema. Would you (Ex a mp l e : . Dear Jacqueline.~Q . .....A?.. 6 0' clock. Karen to go? I hope .~... A7. A~ .... going to cook dinner...... A1.. Yo u can tell me ... Shall .

Occupation: Name of ~'-~'- wifelhusband:~. We're renting a nice house at 23 Mount Road. write the information on the answer sheet. Toshi . has come too.76 Tokyo.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PARTS QUESTIONS 51-55 Read the letter and the information about Mr Ando. OXFORD WORLD COMPUTERS . For questions 51-55.- Leaving date: 47 . Married. She has a job as a teacher in Oxford. l. Fill in the Hotel Registration Form.03. ToshiAndo Engineer Date and place of birth: . We will return to Japan next year. We like Oxford and I love my job there.eede Sunday 14 April Dear Joe. We arrived in Leeds yesterday and will go back to Oxford tomorrow. [ am here for a meeting and my wife. no children 12. who is staying at a hotel in Leeds. Japan ' HOTEL REGISTRATION FORM Name: UK address: Nationality: T06hi Ando l ~I ~---~--_ _ ------­ ----J . Yours. Keiko. Grange Hotel.

Write a note to a friend: . 48 .Say when and where the party is.Ask your friend to come. Write 25-35 words. . Write your note on the answer sheet.Test 3 PART 9 QUESTION 56 You are going to have a party.

Paper 2:

Listening

PAPER 2

LISTENING

(approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes transfer time)

PART 1
QUESTIONS 1-5
You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1-5, put a tick ~ under the right answer. EXAMPLE

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When's the school trip?

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Which table do they buy?

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What time does the class start?

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What was the weather like on Emma's holiday?

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Paper 2:

Listening

PART 2
QUESTIONS 6-10
Listen to Jane talking to a friend about some clothes that she has bought
for her holiday.
What colours are her clothes?
For questions 6-10, write a letter A-H next to each of her clothes.
You will hear the conversation twice.

EX A M PL E . IO shirt

ANSWER

CLOTHES

COLOURS

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dress

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D

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B

blue

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jacket

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her hotel. 11 a. Saturday. 10 a.m.Z' 0 11 Mrs Lee's plane goes at A B 8 a. C 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 She is going to A B C 13 First she will go to A B 0 0 C 14 She will have dinner in A B C 15 0 0 0 D The next morning she will travel by A B C 0 D 52 . You will hear the conversation twice.Test 3 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Listen to Mrs Lee talking to her secretary about her business trip. someone's house. B or C. plane. For questions 11-15. 0 [. an office. Amsterdam. London. a restaurant.m.m.Z' A. car. EXAMPLE ANSWER 0 Mrs Lee will leave on A B C Friday. tick [. Sunday. Frankfurt. train. a factory. a hotel.

G!J From: to: I _ ~c-- 53 . School of Italian Studies Length of courses: Next course begins on: Number of students in each class: Cost of coursebook: School hours: Monday to Friday: Saturday: Nearest underground station: 6 or 9 mont hs ~L­ -----.m.m.J ~'---------­ ~_ £_---------­ From: 8 a. You will hear the conversation twice. t o: 7 p.Paper 2: Listening PART 4 QUESTIONS 16-20 You will hear a man asking for some information about a language school. Listen and complete questions 16-20.

30 a.Test 3 PARTS QUESTIONS 21-25 You will hear a man talking about a day trip.m. You will hear the information twice. [fJ) JJ Leave: Trip will take: TY 1FIE D fjD '}. Listen and complete questions 21-25. 54 . ~------~'--------J You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet. ~ hov~ I We will stop at three places: Stop 1: Stop 2: Stop 3: Take your: [E]L-~L-I _ at 1 o'e--/ovl::.

You will ask and answer questions. Part 1 (5-6 minutes) The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions.Paper 3: Speaking PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes) The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. you may have to speak about your school. past experiences and future plans. hobbies or home town. You will take the test with another candidate . but only one of them will talk to you. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. Your partner will use the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have. These questions will be about your daily life. The examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate. 55 . The examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. Part 2 (3-4 minutes) You and your partner will speak to each other. job. For example. Then you will change roles. There are two examiners.

GARAGE 2 You may be late.00 for 2 hours ( GUEST HOUSE) 5 You cannot drive here today. o 4 You can study here soon.use your student card here. 56 . READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes) EXAMPLE ANSWER o You can sleep here. F G o BALL GAMES ON GRASS H COMPUTER COURSE STARTS ON MONDAY. B c 3 You should not leave your car here. mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet. F 1 You must not play football here. A Bridge closed to traffic because of high wind. DELAYS POSSIBLE OLYMPIC SPORTS CENTRE . DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF THE" .Test 4 PAPER 1 PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)? For questions 1-5. E CAR PARK £2.

Choose the best word (A. B or C on the answer sheet. EXAMPLE ANSWER for her parents. C ready 10 After dinner.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Read the sentences (6-10) about cooking. C spoon 9 When everything was B round they all sat down at the table. B or C) for each space. B kept C grew 7 She cut up some meat and onions and fried them in a pan on the A cooker B cupboard C fridge . For questions 6-10. helped 57 . mark A. C plate o Claudia was going to cook a A food B meal B 6 She A bought some fruit and vegetables from the market. Claudia 's parents A practised B agreed C her to wash up. 8 There was a big A bottle B bowl of salad to eat afterwards.

Have you done it yet? B C 15 What's the date today? A It's Thursday.Test 4 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Complete the five conversations. I'm 22 today. The third. The shop's open. It's quite long. A When did you do it? Please do it. EXAMPLE A B C New York. Thank you. It's six pounds. A I love it. School. Home. For questions 11-15. B C 14 I've already done my homework. B or C on the answer sheet. mark A. I think. B C 13 John hates shopping. ANSWER A 11 How far is it to Manchester? A About two months. Almost 30 kilometres. B C 12 Could you give me the butter? A Here you are. B C 58 . I don't know.

....... mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet... Howard: 18 .... G H Receptionist: Here is your key...... How would you like to pay. o Receptionist: Will that be a single room? Howard: 16 ...... Is that with breakfast? That's all night.. please... that will be £54 per person. Do you need any help with your luggage? Howard: 20 . sir? F Howard: A 19 ... I only have one small suitcase.. I hope you enjoy your stay with us.. B C Receptionist: For one night....... I think.. please... please? No. ... A I want to pay tomorrow morning.. sir? Howard: 17 .. I'd like a room.... sir. ....... 0 E Receptionist: Yes.. No.... By cheque if that's possible.. How much will that be. eceptionist: That'll be fine.. What does Howard say to the hotel receptionist? For questions 16-20..... thank you.. .. Your room number is 401... EXAMPLE ANSWER Receptionist Good morning... Can I help you? Howard: 0 .. Just tonight . 59 ... I'd like a double.... .. Receptionist: How long do you want to stay............... it is..... ...Paper 1: Reading and Writing QUESTIONS 16-20 Complete the conversation..

Test 4 PART 4 QUESTIONS 21-27 Read the article about a British Airways manager and then answer the questions. but I like office work.m. B or C on the answer sheet. the first thing I do is check plane times on my computer and then I speak with some of the air hostesses. WORKING FOR AN AIRLINE DEPARTURES Nicola Peet left school at eighteen. she got her present job as a manager. all I can do is eat something and then go to bed! I don't earn much money. My hours are usually from 8 a.' 60 . went to college and then worked at a local airport. I teach air hostesses and help them with any problems. Four years later.m. but I spend 60% of my time in the air. For questions 21-27. she went to work for Saudi Arabian Airlines and then she joined British Airways as an air hostess. This is what she told us about her job: 18:35 19:00 19:45 2Q:35 'My office is at Heathrow Airport. Travelling can be hard work.m. At work. When I get back from a long journey. too. That's my favourite part of the job.m. mark A. but I'm happy with British Airways and want to stay there and continue to travel. I also go to lots of meetings. After nine months. Sometimes I go on long flights to check how the air hostesses are doing. to 4 p. to 9 p. but sometimes I work from 1 p.

an air hostess.m. have a meal. she was A a manager. earn more money. Nicola A B C 25 What does Nicola like best? A ~ 26 The first thing Nicola does after a long journey is B C A B C 27 Nicola would like to A B C 61 . stay in the same job.m.m. 4 p. stop travelling . works with her computer. in aeroplanes. in meetings. goes to a meeting. 8a.Paper 1: Reading and Writing EXAMPLE ANSWER A B at a college with Saudi Arabian Airlines o Nicola's first job was C C at a local airport. Nicola starts work at A B C 24 At the beginning of each day. talks to air hostesses. a pilot. 1 p. flying working in the office helping people go to bed. B C 22 Nicola does most of her work A B C 23 Most days. in the office. 21 When Nicola first started working for British Airways. go to the office .

.~~. Choose the best word (A..?~ . B or C on the answer sheet. six weeks..... It was hard work....... fifteen other people to the Ruwenzori Mountains in Africa . She is hoping to return next year to 'I . 'It was very difficult ... mark A. She travelled .... This year she . It is ~L ~~ buy food.' Mary stayed in the mountains .' said Mary..... The Ruwenzori Mountains Mary Daniels is a student in England...~9. 'It was also very cold and wet in the of the wettest places in the world .Test 4 PARTS QUESTIONS 28-35 Read the article about a working holiday...... ANSWER OEXAMPLE A A A had B have C C C C C C C C C has A 28 29 to B B B B B B B B with on because must some during best do by among why may any since better done through 30 31 32 A A so could one for good did A A A A 33 34 35 62 .... a very interesting summer holiday....... For questions 28-35. B or C) for each space (28-35)... They went there to help make a road . a forest between two big towns.....?~...... but she says it was the . thing she has ever do some more work there. there was no water to drink and no shops where we mountains......~~........9....... ' oO • • • ~?..

37 This is a jacket and trousers in the same colour . men and women often wear these with a T-shirt . 40 You can put this on ~)Ver 5 _ r _ 5 _ a T-shirt if you feel cold. What is the word for each description? The first letter is already there. For questions 36-40. EXAMPLE ANSWER o You put this on your head. write the words on the answer sheet.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 6 QUESTIONS 36-40 Read the descriptions (36-40) of some clothes. 39 When the weather is too hot for long trousers. 5 _ ( 63 . There is one space for each other letter in the word. 38 This will keep you dry in wet weather. 36 These are often made of leather and you wear them on your feet.

17... . some lovely presents....u.... school 64 ....J not come to my party yesterday....1~...... ... Jon ...~~.. Monday..4..... nicest I have there and they will tell .1~.~L ever had! Lot s of my friends 1~ gave ....!q.t?P......1. For questions 41-50..... I more about the party when you come ..... . J~9....4..Test 4 PART 7 QUESTIONS 41-50 Complete the letter. . Write ONE word for each space (41-50)...11...... ~.. you ~ feeling better now? It wa s ..... me you had a very bad cold and you ..... Dear Mike. write your words on the answer sheet... to stay in bed . I am sorry y o u (Example: .......... Love ..... very good party.

Travel Information for Kevin Brown Date Leave Arrive 14 May 21 May Boston 21. ~'-- _ 65 . Kevin Brown LUGGAGE REPORT FORM Passenger's name: Date of journey: Flying from: Time flight arrived: How much luggage did you have? What was in it? Kevin Brown ~ ~ _ __ _ -----' ~'~L.Paper 1: Reading and Writing PART 8 QUESTIONS 51-55 Read the travel information and the letter. write the information on the answer sheet. Fill in the information on the Luggage Report Form. I should like some money for a new suitcase and some new clothes. When I got my suitcase back at the airport it was broken and there is black oil on my clothes.15 Paris 22. 45 Paris 14. e Yesterday I returned from Paris. 25 Luggage: not more than 20 kilos Enjoy your trip! Air America 22 May Air America Boston Airport Dear Sir. For questions 51-55.05 Boston 18.

Write a note to Chris: . Chris.Say why and when you need it. 66 . has got your cassette recorder. Write 25-35 words. Write your note on the answer sheet.Test 4 PART 9 QUESTION 56 Your friend. . Now you need it.Ask for the cassette recorder .

A 0 0 c 0 2 How much did Mark's pullover cost? £14.m. ::::: ~ .99 8 £44. a.z] 1 What was the weather like on Wednesday? a.m .Paper 2: Listening PAPER 2 LISTENING (approximately 30 minutes including 8 minutes transfer time) PART 1 QUESTIONS 1-5 You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. For questions 1-5.99 c 0 67 0 0 . put a tick ~ under the right answer. EXAMPLE o What time is it? 06.m.99 A £40.00 0 8 0 c [.00 A 08.~--­ \\ 1 /. There is one question for each conversation.00 09. 'if/I \\~ 8 p.

Test 4 3 What did Raquel buy today? A D B 0 c D 4 How many students are there at the college? 300 A 600 B 750 c D D D 5 What is David going to buy? A 0 B 0 c 0 68 .

write a letter A-H next to each time of day.Paper 2: Listening PART 2 QUESTIONS 6-10 Listen to Philip talking to his mother about his son. Simon. You will hear the conversation twice. What is Simon going to do on Saturday and Sunday? For questions 6-10. EXAMPLE ANSWER 0 Saturday morning @] ACTIVITIES TIMES 6 Saturday afternoon D D D A bicycle ride B football match 7 Saturday evening C 8 Sunday morning judo class D party 9 Sunday afternoon D D E swimming 10 Sunday evening F the cinema G the park H watching television 69 .

EXAMPLE ANSWER 0 Chloe wants to go to A Italy. the sea. You will hear the conversation twice. [. For questions 11-15.Test 4 PART 3 QUESTIONS 11-15 Listen to Chloe talking to a man about a sailing holiday. September. Sweden .2f A.2f B 0 0 C 11 How many times has Chloe been sailing before? A B C never once twice 0 0 0 12 How much can Chloe spend? A B C £300 £380 £450 August. tick [. a river. Switzerland. B or C. by cheque with cash by credit card D 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 Chloe will go in A B C 14 Chloe would like to sail on A B C D D 0 0 15 How does Chloe want to pay? A B C D 70 . October. a lake.

Listen and complete questions 16-20. You will hear the conversation twice.Paper 2: Listening PART 4 QUESTIONS 16-20 You will hear Kate and Jeremy talking about a party. Kate's Birthday Party Kate will be: 11 ~e-a~ old Day: Time: Place: Address: G!J B G!J G!J _ ---' --' "" ')fye-e-t I Bring some: ~'--------------- 71 .

1 [E] ~.Test 4 PARTS QUESTIONS 21-25 You will hear some information about a cinema... Listen and complete questions 21-25.M.... You will hear the information twice. CINEMA Name of cinema: Next week's film: from: times: Student ticket costs: Nearest car park: ~ Mu. 45 p. 72 ..· ·. ············· ··· · · ···.. ··· 1 [illL-£ ~ Str-u. ·.ti~ 1 [EJ Monela~ to · ·.. anel .····..············· ·.t _ You now have 8 minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.

These questions will be about your daily life. The examiner will ask you questions and ask you to talk to the other candidate. The examiner will give you a card with some information on it. Part 1 (5-6 minutes) The examiner will ask you and your partner some questions. For example. 73 . Part 2 (3-4 minutes) You and your partner will speak to each other. You will take the test with another candidate. Then you will change roles. You will ask and answer questions. The examiner will give your partner a card with some words on it. but only one of them will talk to you. Your partner will use the words on the card to ask you questions about the information you have.Paper 3: Speaking PAPER 3 SPEAKING (8-10 minutes) The Speaking test lasts 8-10 minutes. job. you may have to speak about your school. past experiences and future plans . hobbies or home town. There are two examiners.

30-8 p.~ DENTIST 17.m. Car parking in Water Lane NEW SHOPPING CENTRE • • • • • 74 name? where? many shops? car park? open today? . Mount Street For appointments Tel: 980 4723 Opening times: Monday-Thursday 12.Visual materials for Paper 3 ~ Mary Brown ~ .

4 cafes and a cinema 75 .Visual materials DENTIST • • • • • name? telephone number? appointment I evening? address? car park? WESTWOOD SHOPPING CENTRE opens next month! 10 kilometres from city centre (free car park for 800 cars) more than 100 shops. 2 restaurants.

CDe AND VIDEOS OVER 100 FOREIGN NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES ENTRANCE FREE Monday .Visual materials INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY BOOKS.30 s. New England House.m.Saturday 9.6 p.m. Museum Street HOLIDAY SPORTS CLUB • • • • • 76 what sports? address? all ages? cost? £ when I open? . .

Y~ ~ I --= £ foreign magazines? Holiday Sports Club 27 London Road JUly . basketball.August for young people (10-18 years) Playa different sport every day (football.If .'=' I \ I I I I I I I • • • • • where? close? open I Sunday? cost? . I~I I . JU !! [!I .--'=' i\I I II I ! ! I I. \ r-e­ -iIII ~T~\~\ ~ ~ J . \ I I .. . tennis and baseball) Price £25 a week 77 .Visual materials LIBRARY I - I I I I -I I I I' \ \ I II I II I I . .- .­ . . volleyball..­ .-.

swimming and boat trips Dry and sunny 300 days a year ISLAND • name I island? • what I see? • where I stay? • weather? • how I get there? 78 . new hotels Walking.Visual materials SILVER LAKE A great place for a holiday 20 kilometres from the city airport 5 large.

Visual materials LAKE • name flake? • where? • rain f often? • what f do? • modern hotels? RED SANDS ISLAND A beautiful island for a special holiday Sun and blue sky Hundreds of different birds Campsite for 50 tents Boats daily from Port Martin 79 .

00 BOOKSHOP • • • • • address? big I small ? closed I Sundays? sell I travel books ? telephone I number? 80 . Shop with books and postcards Large free car park Tickets: Adults £8.00 Students £5.m.Visual materials SANDON AIR MUSEUM More than 70 aeroplanes to look at OPEN DAILY 10 a.m.6 p. .

m.30 p. Tel: 724399 81 .m.00 a. 12.m.8.00 p. .00 p.m. .Visual materials MUSEUM • • • • • what I see? open I weekends? student ticket? £ car park? buy postcard? WORLD BOOKS 212 Main Street Largest bookshop in the country Get your tra vel books here Monday-Saturd ay Sunday 10.8.

37 grandmother 38 wife 39 aunt 40 daughter Part 7 41 in 42 like 43 much 44 how 45 you '47 costs/is/'s 48 to 49 alone/our/the/another For questions 41-50.Test 1 Key Paper 1 Part 1 1 H 2 F Reading and Writing 3 E 4 A 5 G Part 2 6 B 7 C 8 C 13 A 18 F 9 A 10 B Part 3 11 C 16 B Part 4 21 A PartS 28 A Part 6 36 uncle 12 B 17A 22 C 14 B 19 H 15 C 20 C 23 B 24 C 25 B 26 B 27 A 29 B 30 A 31 C 32 A 33 B 34 B 35 B For questions 36-40. Weston Part 9 Question 56 The note should include the following three pieces of information: i reason why can't go ii mention of meeting on another day iii where you can meet on another day. ignore capitals/absence of capitals. 46 on/from 50 this/that/it Part 8 For questions 51-55. 82 . spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where necessary. Spelling must be correct. spelling must be correct. 51 (Mr etc.) (SJ) Renshaw 52 (on/from) 10(th) April 53 (for) 7/seven days/alone week 54 Mary Jones 55 22 King's Road.

I am sorry I can't because I go to the cinema .Test 1 Key Sample answer A Mark: 5 The three parts of the message are clearlycommunicated and there are only occasional grammatical errors (go to the swimming). See you later Yours Shida Sample answer B Mark: 4 All three parts of the message are communicated but more frequent errors in the structure prevent it from achievi ng a 5. We go at disco . My grandmother she is in the hospita l.00 o'clock. Can we go to the swimming on Sunday a t 6. come to the bus station on Sunday at 6 . See my soon Ali 83 . It's possible for me at Sat urday night. and use of last week rather than next week requires interpretation on the part of the reader. If you want t o go. I am sorry Penny for the swimming tomorrows evening. Dear Una. Celia Sample answer C Mark: 3 The writer has attempted 'all three parts of the task but the confusion of tense. Can you meet Last week. I cant go with you Because I viseted My grand Mother and gra nd father. I'm Sorry my friend. viseted. 3 0 in t he evening.

I'am good helth Sample answer E Mark: 0 This is an example of a candidate either not understanding or not following the task. Spelling of car park and pink needs to be correct. 16 HYDE 17 factory 18 11. Hi I am sorry I don't underst and yo u why yo u can 't go weth me to Leeds. Mohan I'am sory I can not tomorrow go to the sea For swimming. I'am ill. ignore capitals/absence of capitals. spelling must be correct. Dear Andre. accept recognisable spelling.30/half past seven/seven thirty 22 (big) car park (behind hotel) 23 pink 24 (the) office 25 (a) jacket 84 . accept recognisable spelling. Now ram sleep in Hospital. Do you know when you can go weth me becaus I whant buy bote call me please.Test 1 Key Sample answer 0 Mark: 1 The writer has only covered one part of the message. 21 7. 24 and 25. see you letter by. Dear. There are also many errors in both the spell ing and the grammar. For questions 17-20. In question 16.30/half past eleven/eleven thirty 19 21/twenty-one 20 photograph(s)/photo(s) PartS For questions 21. Paper 2 Part 1 1 B 2 C Listening 3 B 4 B 5 C Part 2 6 E 7 F 8 A 9 C 10 G 15 A Part 3 11 A 12 C 13 A 14 B Part 4 For questions 16-20.

There is one question for each conversation. Er . put a tick under the right answer. Ah . For questions 1-5. Look at question one. That's easy to cook. Listening. Parts One.. Now we are ready to start. [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] Question 2 Two What time is it? Man: Woman: Man: Woman Have you got the right time? I think my watch is wrong. Well. what about fish? I had a pizza last night. 85 . Three. [pause] You will hear five short conversations. it's ten minutes slow then. [pause] Question 1 One What will they eat for dinner this evening? Mother: What do you want for dinner this evening. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Paper 2. Here is an example: How many people were at the meeting? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: [pause] Were there many people at the meeting? About thirty. You will hear each conversation twice. The answer is 30.my watch says twenty past. Two.it's half past two. There are five parts to the test. but more than last time..Test 1 Key Transcript This is the Key English Test. Test number one. Maria: Good. or chicken. Mother: OK. Maria? We could have pizza . Maria: Mm. That's not many. so there is a tick in box C. Please ask any questions now because you mustn 't speak dUring the test. [pause] PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One. No. Four and Five.

Man: Is it far from here? Woman: No. perhaps you're right. here you are. No. [repeat] [pause] Question 4 Four How much did the tickets cost ? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: [pause] Oh hi . Now look at Part Two. [pause] Now listen again. I'll read this letter from John. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part One. Oh. Now listen again. Oh yes! It's past the post office. but it's not very interesting. Now listen again. That's not too bad if the play was good. next to a big supermarket. Michelle? Didn't you bring a book with you? Yes. [pause] 86 .did you have a good time at the theatre last night? Well. [repeat] [pause] Question 3 Three What's Michelle going to read? Man: Michelle: Man: Michelle: (pause] Can I read your newspaper. just a moment. [repeat] [pause] Question 5 Five Where is the chemist's ? Man: Excuse me.Test 1 Key [pause] Now listen again. the play was excellent but the tickets cost ninety dollars each. just two minutes' walk. can you tell me where the chemist's is. please? Woman: Mm.

I'm sure he is.. I'm really busy. Oh. For questions 11-15. A-H. [pause] PART 3 Listen to a woman talking to a policeman. where did you lose it? In the town centre. Man: Woman: Man: Woman: Man: Woman : Man: Good morning. but not today. What else was in the bag? 87 . aren't you? I'm afraid not. He's really excited about it. I had it when I got off the bus. You will hear the conversation twice. Oh dear! . [pause] Now listen to the conversation. I've lost my bag. has Tom started driving yet? He's having his first lesson today. next to each person. Actually. You have 20 seconds. but he's started learning Spanish. She doesn't like shopping alone. I am sorry. Now look at Part Three. not any more. He's going to the driving school at lunchtime. By the way. tick A. My daughter doesn't either. I usually have forty or fifty pounds in it. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Two. Well. . How's your father? Does he still play golf? No. Look at questions 11-15 now. What are you doing? Sam's got toothache so I'm going to take him to the dentist this morning . [pause] Emma: Kate: Emma: Kate: Emma : Kate: Hi. and then mother's going to the hairdresser this afternoon and I said I would drive her home afterwards. Kate . so he'll go. Was there much money in the bag? No. he's got a class this evening! Good for him. You're going to the concert this evening . What about a game of tennis some time? I'd like to Emma .Test 1 Key PART 2 Listen to Kate telling Emma about her family. perhaps we can go to the tennis club tomorrow? Yes. But Len loves classical music . Then after school Tanya wants me to help her buy some new shoes. write a letter... OK! Emma: Kate: Emma: Kate: Emma: Kate: Emma: Kate: [pause] Now listen again. Where is each person going today? For questions 6-10. there wasn 't. You will hear the conversation twice. Oh good . madam. Can I help you? Yes. but today I think there was only about twenty . Now. B or C.

Now. but she 's not there. He wants to speak to Miss Dixon. They 're very important. Was the bag expensive? No. It wasn't big enough really. what time did you lose it? Well. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Three. Good afternoon . Right. [pause] Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Man: Woman : Brown's Builders. It's in our main office. Now. I'll phone you tomorrow to tell you if we find it. Well. so I lost it about ten o'clock . please? That's H-Y-D-E. I left my credit card and driving licence at home. Mr Hyde. Are you at home in the afternoon? Woman : Sorry. about the new factory. I see. Thank you very much. I'll tell her. I'd like to speak to Miss Dixon..Test 1 Key Just my gloves. Could you phone before ten in the morning? Certainly. Goodbye. please . Can you give her a message for me? Yes. 88 . [pause] Woman : Man: Woman: Man: Woman : PART 4 You will hear a man speaking on the telephone. Thank you. certainly. Now look at Part Four. [pause] Now listen again. what's your number? Man: Woman : It's oh three six two . I'm afraid she's not in the office at the moment. Right. Don't worry. Ask her to go to Room 21.. it was an old one. Does Miss Dixon know where the meeting is? I think so. Could you tell her that the time of the meeting has changed? Is that the meeting about the new houses? No. I left home about nine thirty and the bus takes half an hour. Man: Right. You will hear the conversation twice. Goodbye. And could you ask her to bring the photographs with her? Which photos do you mean? She'll know which ones. I'm going out until the evening. I'll call then. How do you spell that. And when is it? It's on Wednesday at half past eleven. I'll tell her. Who 's calling please? My name is Hyde. Mr Hyde. Listen and complete questions 16-20. good afternoon .

[pause] Now listen again. That's the big car park behind the hotel. [pause] PART 5 You will hear a man talking about a day trip. Now look at Part Five. please. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Five. [pause] Tour guide: Ladies and genllemen.Test 1 Key [pause] Now listen again . one more thing. You'll need one in the evening. as the bus has to leave at half past eight. stop the recording here and time eight minutes . Remind students when there is one minute remaining. Listen and complete questions 21-25. so we have to start early . Oh. We'll have lunch at a restaurant near Loch Ness and you must have your pink ticket or you won't get any lunch! If you haven't got a pink ticket yet. It's a long journey. That means we'll have breakfast at half past seven. I know it's summer but it can get quite cold in the mountains even in July. When you finish breakfast. Remember to bring your pink tickets for lunch. Don't be late. Here's some information about our trip to Loch Ness tomorrow. about three hours each way. you can get one from the office. go to the car park. You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet. That's where we'll get on the bus. 89 . [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Four. [pause] This is the end of the test. Note: Teacher. All right? I'll see you tomorrow morning. so bring a jacket with you . You will hear the information twice.

/14. ignore capitals/absence of capitals . 90 . 42 on 43 a 44 is/was 45 have 47 you 48 to 49 will/can/shallI'll 50 opens Part 8 For questions 51-55.Test 2 Key Paper 1 Part 1 1 D 2 A Reading and Writing 3 C 8 C 13 A 18 G 23 C 4 B 9 B 5 E Part 2 6 C Part 3 11 C 16 C Part 4 21 C Part 5 28 C Part 6 7 B 12 B 17E 10 A 15 C 20 A 25 B 32 C 26 C 33 B 14 B 19 B 22 B 24 A 31 B 27 A 34 C 29 A 30 A 35 A Spelling must be correct.30 Part 9 Question 56 The postcard should include the following three pieces of information: i whether they can see Alex ii comment about the weather iii suggestion re: clothes . spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where necessary.30 p.m. Spelling must be correct. 51 Australian 52 teacher 53 Portuguese 54 Tuesday 55 2. 36 book 37 reception 38 tent 39 double 40 beach Part 7 41 last/thls 46 am/'m For questions 41-50.

Hello Alex Th inks for your postcard. If you come to see me you bring long cfothes. can you came in my house. In England is winte r now. Good bay Peter 91 . Sunny Sample answer C Mark: 3 All three parts of the message have been covered but long clothes needs interpretation. I think so!! Love. Of coree. Der Alex you a re wolle comme in may cont ry next month I am free The weather is Bioutifoule son chain evriday. jesnea. The weathe r of my country is hot than you need to bring s ummer clothes. I love to see you . My country is very cold. Well. but there are too many errors in spelling and grammar to merit a 5. Hello. Dear Alex: Next month you can come to England see me. So you should bring many sweaters. I want to see you too.Test 2 Key Sample answer A Mark: 5 All three parts of the message are communicated but there are a few errors of spelling and grammar. Lola Sample answer B Mark: 4 All three parts of the message are communicated with no need for interpretation on the part of the reader. Thank you for yo ur letter. coats etc. This is an example of a script that only just merits 5 marks. Love from Valerie Sample answer D Mark: 2 Only two of the points are covered and the errors are such that a considerable amount of patience is required of the reader. .

And you need to bring heavy clothes. one single 20 (of) March 19 5. Hence.00) 24 park 25 (walk to/ro und the old) market(s) 92 .00) 18 EARSLEY 16 two/2/one double. Dear Alex I received your letter written at the back of a beautiful postcard. except number 24. Ignore capitals/ absence of capitals. ignore capitals/absence of capitals. 19 and 20. Love Thomas Paper 2 Part 1 Listening 3 C 1 B Part 2 6 H 2 A 4 B 9 D 5 B 10 G 15 C 7 F 8 A Part 3 11 A Part 4 12 B 13 B 14 B For questions 16-20. accept recognisable spelling. In questions 18. spelling must be correct. the final score is zero. However.30/five thirty/half past five PartS For all questions . 21 10.45/quarter to eleven 22 castle 23 8(.Test 2 Key Sample answer E Mark: 0 This candidate only attempts one of the three points (clothes) and therefore can only be given one mark . they have only written 23 words and so they lose one mark because the answer is too sho rt. 17 440(.

There is one question for each conversation. [pause] PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One.Test 2 Key Transcript This is the Key English Test. You will hear each conversation twice. it's cheaper. Two. [pause] You will hear five short conversations. have you seen my brown shoes? Mother: Yes. they 're under the table. so there is a tick in box C. No. The answer is 30. Look at question one. Here is an example: How many people were at the meeting? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: [pause] Were there many people at the meeting? About thirty. [pause] Now listen again. I'm driving there . Test number two. Mary? No. but they 're not there now. There are five parts to the test. [pause] Question 1 One How will Mary travel to Scot/and? John : Mary: John: Mary: Are you taking the train to Scotland tomorrow. For questions 1-5. put a tick under the right answer. but more than last time. Now we are ready to start. I left them on the chair this morning . Listening. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. That's not many . Parts One. Mother: There they are .under the window! [pause] 93 . Peter: No they're not. it takes seven hours. Please ask any questions now because you mustn't speak during the test. [repeat] [pause] Question 2 Two Where are the shoes? Peter: Mum . Why don't you go by coach? Oh no. Four and Five. Paper 2. Three.

[pause] Now listen again. Let's get the big round one .we've got enough money! Boy: OK. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part One. it's the sixteenth. So. Yes. my birthday's on May the eighteenth. [repeat] [pause] Question 4 Four Which box of chocolates do they buy? Boy: Girl: Boy: Girl: Which box of chocolates shall we get Mum for her birthday? Those round boxes with the flowers on are nice. but that square box is cheaper. Now listen again.Test 2 Key Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] Question 3 Three When will the football match start next week? Tom: Bill: Tom: Bill: Does the football match start at quarter past twelve every week? No. Well. aren't you? No. [pause] 94 . it was early this week. It usually begins at 2 o'clock. [pause] Now listen again. But it's Mum's birthday. it's not. you're twenty-one on Saturday. Saturday is the eighteenth. it'll be the usual time next week? Yes. Now look at Part Two. No. [repeat] [pause] Question 5 Five When's Wendy's birthday? John: Wendy: John: Wendy: [pause] Wendy.

There wasn't any wind and it was sunny most of the day. [pause] Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: Helen: Pete: [pause] Now listen again. What was the weather like each day? For questions 6-10. Marina: What about tennis? Michael: Not yet. You will hear the conversation twice. next to each day. By Thursday it was very cloudy and it looked as if it was going to snow. Hi Pete . Look at questions 11-15 now. But it was a bit too late. Marina. And did it? No. You will hear the conversation twice. You know. Well. A-H.you're looking well. Yes . You must have had good weather. [repeat] [pause] This is the end. I've just been on holiday in the mountains for a week. Did the weather get better? Well. You have 20 seconds. Hello. Then . near Bridge Street. the weather was getting better and it was quite warm then. [pause] PART 3 Listen to Michael talking to Marina about a new sports centre. [pause] Now listen to the conversation. but on Friday it rained a lot. behind the station. it's great! You can do a lot of sports. Wednesday was a bit better. Yes. So did you do a lot of walking? No. Oh. not really. where is it? In Long Road. tick A. Forquestions 11-15. Is it good? Yes. B orC. And what about your last day? Well. Michael. When I arrived on the Monday it was very cold. It can be cold in the mountains at this time of the year. Now look at Part Three. They're going to build some tennis courts next year.Test 2 Key PART 2 Listen to Pete talking to a friend about his holiday. write a letter. Marina: Is it expensive? Michael: Marina: Michael: Marina: Michael: 95 . on Tuesday it was so windy I just stayed in the hotel all day.it wasn't very nice really.of Part Two. I played table-tennis and volleyball last week. Have you been to the new sports centre yet? No.

How do you spell that? Man: Woman: Earsley. Mr Jones . why don't we go on Friday? Then we can stay late. I'm phoning about the flat for rent in Man: Putney. Can you come tomorrow? Tomorrow. that's good because I'm still 14. Michael: Well. [pause] Woman: Hello. It's got some nice modern furniture. Can I help you? Oh yes. It's only 10 minutes from the bus station. Lonflats Agency . [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Three. Do you want to go next week? Marina: OK. I'd like to see it. It's E-A-R-S-L-E-Y . It sounds interesting . Any day except Thursday. Marina: Oh.. Listen and complete questions 16-20. Has it got any furniture? Man: Woman: Man: Woman: Man: Woman: Man: Woman: Man: Yes. And what floor is it on? Man: Woman: It's a second floor flat. I see. OK. And where exactly is it? Man: Woman: It's number 27 Earsley Street. How about half past five? Yes. Woman: In Putney . [pause] PART 4 You will hear a conversation about a flat for rent. Well. Oh. Well. Well. please.Test 2 Key Michael: Not really. great. You will hear the conversation twice. Marina. Oh. Michael: And on Tuesday. How did you get there? Michael: I got the number 16 bus. That's Tuesday? Uh-hm.till 10 o'clock. it's £440 a month . Are they double bedrooms? Man: Woman: One double and one single. Now look at Part Four. that one's got two bedrooms . only after 5 o'clock . And how much is the rent? Man: Woman : Well.. that's fine. [pause] Now listen again. yes. When will the flat be free to rent? 96 . OK. Marina: Yes. It's near the train station. My name's Mark Jones . and £30 if you're under 15. I saw the advertisement in the paper. Marina: Oh. Let's meet after school. Thursday and Friday it stays open late . one thing I nearly forgot. It's £50 a year if you're 15 to 18.

[pause] This is the end of the test. After lunch. Note: Teacher. Man: OK. any questions? [pause] Now listen again . Remind students when there is one minute remaining. You will hear the information twice. Now look at Part Five. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Four. You will be pleased to know that tomorrow is going to be sunny. See you tomorrow. stop the recording here and time eight minutes. This will be to the castle. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Five. so we will arrive at a quarter to eleven . Tickets for the castle cost three pounds fifty for adults and. Listen and complete questions 21-25. We will take sandwiches for lunch with us and we will all eat together in a park. if you have children. I just want to tell you about our trip to the town of Chester. You will be able to buy all your presents there. a family ticket is just eight pounds . Now. Woman: Bye. It is a very interesting old building and I'm sure you'll enjoy the visit. You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet. You will have time for a cup of coffee before our first visit.Test 2 Key Woman: From the 1st of March. [pause] Now listen again. we will walk round the old market. [pause] PART 5 You will hear a tour guide talking about a day trip. It takes about an hour and a half to get to Chester. There are lots of things to see and we will be there about two hours. The coach will leave at nine fifteen tomorrow morning. 97 . [pause] Guide: Hello everyone.

Test 3 Key Paper 1 Part 1 1 E Reading and Writing 3 A 4 G 2 C 5 B 10 A Part 2 6 B Part 3 11 A 16 B 7 C 8 A 9 C 12 17 B F B B 13 C 18 H 14 B 19 A 15 C 20 E Part 4 21 B 22 23 C 24 B 25 A 26 A 27 B 35 C PartS 28 A 29 30 A 31 C 32 B 33 B 34 A Part 6 Spelling must be correct. 98 . 36 table 37 cupboard 38 shower 39 window 40 shelf Part 7 For questions 41-50. 51 23 Mount Road Oxford (England) (UK) 52 Japanese 53 (computer) engineer 54 (wife) Keiko (Ando) 55 (Monday) 15(th) April Part 9 Question 56 The note should include the following three pieces of information: i invitation ii when and iii where the party is. Spelling must be correct. spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where necessary. ignore capitals/absence of capitals . 41 to 42 with 43 at 44 we 45 this 46 to/some 47 am/'m 48 ask/invite/get 49 you 50 about Part 8 For questions 51-55.

and I think yo u like it. Today my birth day. an if yo u doni't: like coming can yo u t ell me toumorw morning. Love Halim Sample answer C Mark: 3 All three points are attempted but the invitation I'd like to come needs interpretation. The party will be at home at 10pm. Dear Khafid Next weekend I'am going with my family to have party in my eeeter'e flat an south London. please call me as soon as posible. If you are not busy today. Dear J ack I have a party. See you! Alana Sample answer B Mark: 4 All the points are mentioned but there are a number of errors in spelling and grammar. I'd like to come. J asmin 99 . Hi Susi Wouldyou like to come to the party wit h me today? The party is in my house at 7. See you there.00pm.Test 3 Key Sample answer A Mark: 5 There is only one minor spelling error (posible) and all three parts of the message are communicated clearly.

Thnkyou Ali If you cant guint the party pleese contakte my on 5678 91 Sample answer E Mark: 0 The candidate has not completed the task as required and cannot be given a mark. to 1 p. 20 Green Park 100 . accept recognisable spelling.m.Test 3 Key Sample answer 0 Mark: 2 Two points of the message are communicated but there are a considerable number of errors that require patience and interpretation by the reader.6 Nasir you mast gunit e my Barlhday party in Friday evening at 10. Dear Nas ir Please come and quinto my Barthday party at 1 .0 klock.99/twelve pounds ninety-nine 19 nine/9 (0'clock)/9 a. Dear 9. 16 (next) Monday 17 (about) 15/fifteen (students) 18 12. Dear friend I am come to your party. Ignore capitals/absence of capitals. What time your party start and when I come to your party and where have your party. Spelling needs to be correct in question 20. See you soon Boris Paper 2 Part 1 1 A 2 B Listening 3 C 4 A 5 C Part 2 6 0 Part 3 11 B 7 C 8 F 9 A 10 B 15 B 12 C 13 A 14 A Part 4 For questions 16-19.m.19 98.

Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] 101 . it's at three o'clock. "II get the homework for you. Yes. Now listen again. Susan? Yes. Really? Isn't it always hot in Australia? Mm. Don't worry. [pause] Now listen again.this round table is very nice. 30 litres. Do you want one with four legs? Yes -look. [repeat] [pause] Question 4 Four What time does the class start? Boy: Girl: Boy: Girl: Are you going to the English class this afternoon. I've got to go to the dentist's at half past two so I can't go. here's a square one. Emma? Yes. OK.Test 3 Key Question 2 Two How much petrol does the woman want? Woman: Could you put 30 litres of petrol in my car. [pause] Now listen again. isn't it? Two o'~lock. Let's have this. [repeat] [pause] Question 5 Five What was the weather like on Emma 's holiday? Man: Emma: Man: Emma: [pause] Did you enjoy your holiday in Australia. but it's made of plastic and it's only got three legs. Not when I was there. but it was wet most of the time. Fill it up please. please? Man: Did you say 13 litres? Woman: No. [repeat] [pause] Question 3 Three Which table do they buy? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: Woman: [pause] Look .

Please ask any questions now because you mustn't speak during the test.Test 3 Key PartS For questions 21-25. Now we are ready to start. Test number three. [pause] The answer is Thursday. It's on the corner. There are five parts to the test. Here is an example: When's the school trip? Boy: Girl: Boy: Girl: Are you going to go on the school trip. [pause] PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One. Maria? Yes. For questions 1-5. It's on Wednesday. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. so there is a tick in box C. The bus leaves at 11 o'clock. Paper 2. You will hear each conversation twice. it's about ten minutes' walk. isn't it? No. Parts One. Ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Man: Thanks very much. accept recognisable spelling. Four and Five. There is one question for each conversation. Two. [repeat] [pause] 102 . [pause] You will hear five short conversations. [pause] Question lOne Where's the sports centre? Man: Excuse me. I am. 21 7/seven (hours) 22 castle 23 cafe/lunch 24 beach/lake 25 camera Transcript This is the Key English Test. Look at question one. put a tick under the right answer. Is the sports centre near here? Woman: Yes. Three. [pause] Now listen again. Go past the bank and take the second road on the left. Listening. on Thursday.

that's the 11th and your plane leaves at 10 a. For questions 11-15. write a letter. So. not black. But I think I've got too many different colours.orange . Look at questions 11-15 now. [pause] PART 3 Listen to Mrs Lee talking to her secretary about her business trip. [pause] Now listen again . Now look at Part Two. Tim: Oh yes . Tim: Well. Mrs Lee. [pause] Tim: Hi Jane. Now look at Part Three. Jane: Well. Tim: You have been busy. I always wear this red one and it's so old now. Have you been shopping? Jane: Yes. A-H. What a lovely green! And have you bought a jacket to go with it? Jane: Yes. You have 20 seconds. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Two.that's an unusual colour. Mrs Lee: So. I've bought some clothes. Jane: Yes. Let me see. Tim: Let me see. Tim: Mmm . Did you buy anything else? Jane: Well. [pause] Now listen to the conversation. I need a new sweater.Test 3 Key This is the end of Part One. It was difficult to find one but I finally got this dark brown one. next to each of her clothes. tell me about my trip to Europe. Oh yes. What colours are her clothes? For questions 6-10. So I bought this one. You look good in black. You will hear the conversation twice. that's a nice white shirt. Jane: Yes. actually they're dark blue. B or C. You will hear the conversation twice.that's very nice. I also bought a coat and some shoes. [pause] PART 2 Listen to Jane talking to a friend about some clothes that she has bought for her holiday. The coat was a bit expensive. Do you like it? Tim: Oh yes. tick A. And those new black shoes look great with the coat. Mrs Lee: 103 . Jane : Yes. I bought it in the same shop as this dress . You can wear that with any colour.m. I'll get to the airport at about eight. Will I leave on Saturday or Sunday? Secretary: "ve booked your ticket for Saturday .

thank you very much. I'm afraid. [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] 104 . how long are the courses? Woman: They're six or nine months long and the next courses begin next Monday. the school is open eight a. I see. I hope. What would you like to know? Man: Well. [pause] Now listen again. School of Italian Studies.you won't stop in Frankfurt this time.m. And one more question . I saw your advertisement in the newspaper. of course.Test 3 Key Secretary: Yes. You're going to meet in a Japanese restaurant near your hotel. Woman: Usually. And after the meeting? Secretary: You'll have the afternoon free. When can I come and pay? Man: Woman: Well. please? Woman: Yes. OK. Mrs Lee: Yes. Mr Porter from our Amsterdam office will arrive at about the same time. [pause] Woman: Hello.what's the nearest underground station to Man: your school? Woman: It's Green Park. Man: How many students will there be in the class? Not too many. I see. Mrs Lee: Is that at their home? Secretary: Not this time. Goodbye . You will hear the conversation twice. Now look at Part Four. which costs twelve pounds ninety-nine. Monday to Friday and on Saturdays from nine to one. Then the next morning you'll go to Paris on the train. Now. [pause] PART 4 Listen to a man asking for some information about a language school. Mrs Lee: OK. Then in the evening you'll meet Jane and Peter Cook. And you'll arrive in London at eleven fifty . Well. Can you give me some information. there are about 15.no time to go to the hotel. Man: Hello. OK. I saw the price of the course in the newspaper. Listen and complete questions 16-20. but will I have Man: to pay for any1hing else? Woman: Only for the coursebook. that's better than flying again. so you can go together to your meeting at the factory . We find that a good number.m. Woman : Goodbye . first. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Three. Man: Green Park. to seven p.

Tomorrow we're all going on a coach trip to Lake Tandy and I'd just like to give you some information about the trip. It will be at a beach and if you like you can swim there or just sit in the sun and look at the scenery. We're going to visit three places. You will hear the information twice. [pause] PART 5 You will hear a man talking about a day trip. [pause] This is the end of the test. Remind students when there is one minute remaining. So remember to take a camera . [pause] Tour guide: Hello everybody. The lake is very beautiful and there are lots of birds there. Now look at Part Five. It's a seven­ hour trip. You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet. After that we will stop at a cafe for lunch at one o'clock. 105 . The first one is a castle. I'm sure you'll be able to take some excellent photographs. We'll be leaving here at nine thirty in the morning. stop the recording here and time eight minutes .Test 3 Key [pause] This is the end of Part Four. [pause] Now listen again. This was built six hundred years ago and it is very interesting. We will then drive on to our third stop. so we'll be back at half past four. Listen and complete questions 21-25. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Five. We'll stay there about three-quarters of an hour. Note: Teacher.

m. 47 me For questions 41-50.Test 4 Key Paper 1 Part 1 1 G 2 B 3 D 4 H Reading and Writing 5 A 10 C 15 B 20 G Part 2 6 A Part 3 11 C 16 E Part 4 21 B PartS 28 B Part 6 7 A 12 A 17F 8 B 9 C 13 A 18 B 14 A 19 H 22 B 23 A 24 C 25 A 26 B 27 A 29 A 30 B 31 A 32 A 33 A 34 B 35 C 36 shoes Spelling must be correct . 54 one/a/1/suitcase 55 clothes Part 9 Question 56 The note should include the following three pieces of information: i request to return cassette recorder ii why you need it and iii when you need it. ignore capitals/absence of capitals.25 p. spelling must be correct and capitals must be used where necessary. 37 suit 38 raincoat 39 shorts 40 sweater Part 7 41 told . 106 .25/6. 42 had/decided/have 43 are 44 a 45 the 46 were 48 you 49 to 50 on/next Part 8 For questions 51-55. 51 21(st) May 52 Paris 53 18. Spelling must be correct .

Dear Chris You have my ca sset t e recorder. Thank you Mira 107 .Test 4 Key Sample answer A Mark: 5 The three points are covered clearly and fully with only occasional grammatical errors. I'm very sure that you can remember. I must leave the cassette at my friend for holiday. So you must bring it to me on Thursday Thank yo u Korin Sample answer B Mark: 4 All three parts of the message are communicated with some errors in spelling and grammar. Dear Chris Hello Chris. because in the afternoo n. I'll use it to help me in t he class because my t eachers speak very fast. I leave the city. i need the cassette t he next week. do you remember that I lent yo u my casset te recorder? Yes. There are also grammatical errors. you leave t he cassette in the all in the morning. Dear Chris It's well my cassette recorder? I need the cassette recorder because I have to record a cassette to Mary. I'll need it on Friday. Best whishes Rosa Sample answer C Mark: 3 All three parts of the message have been attempted but in the all in the morning requires interpretation. But I need to use that cassette recorder.

the reason has been omitted. 16 Friday 17 8. yesterday I gaveyo u my cassette recorder. Sample answer E Mark: 1 Only one point is commun icated. I need my cassette recorder. ignore capitals/absence of capitals.15(p . accept recognisable spelling. And why and when yo u need it? Paper 2 Part 1 1 B Listening 3 C 4 C 5 A 2 A 7 D 12 B Part 2 6 B 8 A 13 9 G 10 H Part 3 11 A B 14 A 15 C Part 4 For questions 16-20. the final sentence is copied from the rubric. In question 25 spelling must be correct. However .) quarter past nine 24 2.30/half past eighVeight thirty 18 London Hotel 19 SHINDY (Street) 20 pencil(s) Part 5 For questions 21-24. Could you come to my house t o give it to me because I need it for today. Ignore capitals/absence of capitals. Thank yo u.80 25 HAUXTON 108 .45 and) 9.m.Test 4 Key Sample answer 0 Mark: 3 The language is clear and accurate and would score a 5 if all three points had been included. Chris: Hallo. In questions 16 and 19 spelling must be correct. 21 Midnight (Meeting) 22 Thursday 23 (6. Hi Chris. I'd like t hat my cassette recorder return to me.

it's 9 o'clock. Oh. Listening. Look at question one. For questions 1-5. There is one question for each conversation. but it rained in the afternoon. Now we are ready to start. it was sunny every day until Wednesday. Test number four. put a tick under the right answer. Now listen again. Two. and I do like blue. Thank you. [pause) You will hear five short conversations. Here is an example: What time is it? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: [pause) Excuse me. You will hear each conversation twice. [pause] Question 1 One What was the weather like on Wednesday? Woman: Man: Woman: Man: [pause] What was the weather like when you were on holiday? Fine. Now listen again .Test 4 Key Transcript This is the Key English Test. so there is a tick in box C. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Three. [pause) PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One. The answer is nine o 'clock. it was sunny in the morning. [repeat] [pause) Question 2 Two How much did Mark's pullover cost? Woman: Mark: Woman: Mark: [pause] That's a nice pullover. Mark . There are five parts to the test. Parts One. Really? What happened then? Well. can you tell me the time? Yes. 109 . No. that's not bad. Four and Five. Please ask any questions now because you mustn't speak during the test.was it expensive? Mmm. Paper 2. You're welcome. Fourteen pounds ninety-nine.

Simon . I think. They look good with that jacket. [repeat] [pause] Question 4 Four How many students are there at the college? Girl: Boy: Girl: Boy: How many students are there at your college? Oh. You will hear the conversation twice. A-H. What is Simon going to do on Saturday and Sunday? For questions 6-10. [pause] 110 . more than twice that. there's lots. What are you looking for? I don't know what to buy for Rachel's birthday. that's a good idea -I will. More than three hundred? Oh yes. I bought these boots this morning. It's quite a big college. [pause] PART 2 Listen to Philip talking to his mother about his son. I've had this skirt for a long time. David. New skirt? Raquel: Thanks Tina. Raquel. so why don't you get her a book? Yes. About seven hundred and fifty. write a letter. No. next to each time of day. very nice. [pause] Now listen again. Now listen again. Now look at Part Two. You're looking well.Test 4 Key [repeat] [pause] Question 3 Three What did Raquel buy today? Tina: Hi. Well. [repeat] [pause] Question 5 Five What is David going to buy? Woman: David: Woman: David: [pause] Hi. [pause] Now listen again. Do you like them? Tina: Yes. I've bought her a CD. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part One.

Saturday's busy. August is the most expensive month. but I didn't have enough money. That's OK. Would you like to be by the sea or a lake? Well. but he'd like a bicycle ride. Mum. can I help you? Yes. Fine. so swimming isn't a very good idea. Well. but Mrs Carter' II bring him home. [pause] Now listen to the conversation. Fine. Well. For questions 11-15.. He's going to the football match in the afternoon. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Two. thanks for having Simon to stay for a couple of days. Man: Chloe: Man: Chloe: Man: Chloe: Man: Chloe: Man: Chloe: Man: Chloe: Hello. 111 . Well. my friends went in August last year. Have you been sailing before? No. I'd like to go on a sailing holiday this summer in Italy. Sailing holidays start at about three hundred pounds. B or C. Now look at Part Three. They paid four hundred and fifty pounds each. When's the cheapest time to go? Well. Look at questions 11-15 now. What have I got to do? Well. it is quite expensive. tick A. And then a quiet evening watching TV. I think he'll be too tired for that. Your father wants to take Simon to the park in the afternoon. In the morning he's got his judo class. So what time does the party start? At half past seven. so "II go in Septembe r. Yes. . we can go to the swimming pool on our bikes. [pause] PART 3 Listen to Chloe talking to a man about a sailing holiday. You have 20 seconds . OK. October's too late for me. The most I can pay is three hundred and eighty pounds. that should be enough.. Right. Well. isn't he? No. What about a trip to the cinema? No. September and October are cheaper. I'd prefer a lake in the mountains . that's in the evening. remember? Oh yes.Test 4 Key Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: Philip: Mother: [pause] Now listen again . he's got a cold. I wanted to go to Sweden last year. Now on Sunday morning. Philip. OK. You will hear the conversation twice. and in the afternoon he's going to a birthday party. I remember now.

[pause] Now listen again. Do you know where that is? Jeremy: Let me think . [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Three. Jeremy: Right .that's great.my birthday 's Wednesday. Can I bring anything? Kate: Well. Kate: Thanks.I can't come on Wednesday. it's near the town centre on Shindy Street. Can I pay by credit card? I haven't got my cheque book. Jeremy: Oh. that's fine. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Four. What's it for? Kate: It's my birthday on Wednesday . Kate: Hi Jeremy. That costs £370. It's S-H-I-N-D. I've got a map. I'm going to have a party next week. Jeremy: Could you spell that for me? Kate: Yeah. Jeremy: Oh dear . Listen and complete questions 16-20. Chloe: OK. sure .the London Hotel.Y . See you there . Jeremy: OK. [pause] Jeremy: Hello. It's Kate. Would you like to come to it? Jeremy: A party . Kate: It's going to be at the London Hotel.I'm going to be seventeen. I need a lot of pencils for a game we're going to play. [pause] PART 4 You will hear Kate and Jeremy talking about a party. You will hear the conversation twice. [pause] 112 .Shindy Street. I can find that. I don't.that should be no problem . Now look at Part Five. No. Jeremy: OK. Man: Yes. [pause] Now listen again. Now look at Part Four. The Aqua Centre in north Italy will be best for you . I'll bring some pencils.Test 4 Key Man: OK. Kate: No . that's OK. What time will it begin? Kate: At eight thirty. Kate: Well . but the party's on Friday.

It's just five minutes' walk from the cinema. The film lasts two hours and fifteen minutes.80 for all our midweek films . phone during office hours . [pause) Now listen again . Note: Teacher. Wood Green . [repeat) [pause) This is the end of Part Five. Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema. You can see that film from Monday to Thursday. You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet.45 and 9. Please bring your student card if you want the cheaper ticket.m. Monday to Friday. It will be on twice a day in the evenings. That's at 6. [pause) This is the end of the test. That 's H-A-U-X-T-O-N. 113 . The nearest car park to the cinema is in Hauxton Street. It is set in Milan in the 1950s.30 p. Remind the students when there is one minute remaining . You will hear the information twice. Tickets are £4. [pause) Woman : Thank you for calling the North London Arts Cinema. There is no one to answer your call at the moment.. If you require further information. Next week we will show an Italian film called Midnight Meeting . showing a variety of British and foreign films. but there is a special student ticket at £2.15. Listen and complete questions 21-25.Test 4 Key PART 5 You will hear some information about a cinema .9 a. to 4. stop the recording here and time eight minutes . The North London Arts Cinema is open seven days a week.m.

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