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TEST NOTES AND ANSWERS James: No, she loves them! She’s got a birdfeeder.

It hangs from
a tree near our fence. I think that’s why so many birds come into
our garden.
There are nine three-page unit tests. They cover the listening, 5 Sam: Do you think your idea is going to work?
reading, writing and speaking skills and test the grammar James: I hope so. I’m planning to plant some seeds after I build
and vocabulary presented in each core unit. The unit tests the scarecrow. The idea is that it scares the birds and Mum gets
can be administered at the end of each unit. There are three her raspberries.
term tests. They can be administered at the end of units 3, 6 6 Sam: Great! But there’s one thing you need to think about,
and 9. There is also one end-of-year test. James: What’s your scarecrow going to wear?
Answers
2  C  3  C  4  C  5  A  6  B
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Unit tests
3 Read and choose True or False.
Unit 1 Test • The children read the text. They read the sentences and
circle True or False for each one.
1 Listen and number.  $ CD5 01
• The children listen to the CD and write the number of Answers
each section in the correct box. 2  False  3  True  4  True  5  True  6  False

Tapescript Marks (REading)
1 Man: Have you got a garden? 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Girl: Yes, we have. It’s got lots of flowers in it – and worms!
2 Man: Don’t you like worms? 4 Read and write yes or no.
Girl: They’re OK, I suppose. But snails are more interesting • The children read the sentences and write yes or no,
because they look so strange. depending on whether they are accurate or not.
3 Man: And what about centipedes?
Answers
Girl: They’re interesting – they’ve got a hundred legs. I don’t
2  no  3  yes  4  no  5  no  6  yes
think there are any in our garden.
4 Man: But there are probably lots of other insects. Marks (REading)
Girl: Yes, especially in summer. I’m a bit scared of spiders. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 Man: Actually, spiders are arachnids, not insects. Insects are
things like beetles. 5 Look. Read, choose and write the words.
Girl: Oh, yes, that’s right. We learnt that at school. • The children look at the picture. They read and complete
6 Man: So what insects do you like? the text, choosing from the three options given each
Girl: Ladybirds, because they’re so pretty! Everyone loves them, time.
don’t they?
Answers
Answers 2  isn’t eating  3  like  4  is stinging  5  use 
4, 6, (1,) 3, 5, 2 6  aren’t using
Marks (Listening) Marks (Writing)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
2 Listen and choose the answers.  $ CD5 02 6 Write sentences.
• The children listen to the CD. They read the questions and • The children unscramble the words and write sentences.
choose the correct answer from the three options given
each time. Answers
2 If you water your plants regularly, they grow better.
Tapescript
3 If you pick a lot of raspberries, your hands turn red.
1 Sam: What are you doing, James? 4 If you kick a ball hard at a greenhouse, the glass breaks.
James: I’m collecting some pieces of wood so that I can build a 5 If you leave sugar around, you get lots of ants.
scarecrow in the garden. 6 If I have lots of leaves, I use a wheelbarrow.
2 Sam: What are you doing that for?
James: Dad asked me to do it. It’s a surprise for Mum. She’s Marks (Writing)
always complaining that the birds eat all the seeds she plants. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
3 Sam: Do you want any help?
James: Thanks. We need a wheelbarrow for the sticks. Can you 7 Answer.
ask Mrs Sims if we can borrow hers? You can give her back her • Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
trowel at the same time. work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask
4 Sam: Yes, sure. Does Mrs Sims have a problem with birds too? them the questions listed.

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suggested Answers 6 Boy 1: Why don’t they ask more difficult questions on these quiz
1 It’s making / spinning a web. shows?
2 They’re eating a leaf. Boy 2: They always start with easier questions to give the teams
3 I can see a bee and two worms. / There’s a bee and two confidence.
worms.
Answers
4 It makes honey.
3, 4, (1,) 6, 5, 2
5 It’s flying.
Marks (Listening)
Marks (Speaking)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
out of 5
2 Listen and choose the answers.  $ CD5 04
8 Describe the story. • The children listen to the CD. They read the questions and
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class choose the correct answer from the three options given
work quietly. Begin by describing Picture 1: A man is each time.
walking into a greenhouse. He’s carrying some seeds and he’s
Tapescript
happy. A cat is next to him. Tell me what happens next.
Anna: Have you got a fifty pence piece? Or two twenty pence
SUGGESTED ANSWERS pieces and a ten?
2 The man is inside the greenhouse. He’s planting some seeds Jane: What for?
in the plant pots. The cat’s lying/sleeping on the table. Anna: I want to buy a drink from the machine. I spent all my
3 The man is watering the plant pots with a watering can. money on a scarf for my mum’s birthday.
He’s looking at the door. A bird is flying into the greenhouse. Jane: No, sorry. Anyway, you need two fifty pence pieces. Those
The cat has got one eye open. drinks cost a pound. I’ve only got a ten pound note, and I’m saving
4 The bird is flying around inside the greenhouse. The cat is that to buy a CD.
awake. It’s jumping up at /chasing the bird. Anna: Lucky you! I always spend my pocket money on the day I
5 The greenhouse is very untidy. A plant pot is on the floor. / get it.
The cat has knocked the plant pots over and the watering Jane: My dad bought me a money box for my birthday. I use it to
can is on the chair. Water is coming out if it. The cat is in the save my money.
garden. It’s running after / chasing the bird. Anna: You’re more sensible than me. I got a piggy bank for my
6 The greenhouse is still untidy. The cat is lying on the table birthday too – when I was five!
again. It’s sleeping / asleep. The man is looking at the cat. Jane: You’ve had it for seven years – wow! Do you have a lot of
He’s angry. money in it?
Anna: No – there’s nothing in it at all! Come on – let’s go home. We
Marks (Speaking)
can buy a drink at the supermarket on the way. It’s cheaper!
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Answers
2  C  3  A  4  B  5  A  6  C
Unit 2 Test Marks (Listening)
1 Listen and number.  $ CD5 03 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
• The children listen to the CD and write the number of
each section in the correct box. 3 Read and choose the endings.
• The children read and complete the sentences by
Tapescript
choosing from the three options given each time.
1 Boy: I can’t stand cookery programmes. They’re so boring and
there are too many of them on TV. Answers
Girl: Yes, there are a lot of them. But they’re also educational. 2  A  3  C  4  B  5  A  6  C
I couldn’t cook at all last year but this morning I made a cake!
Marks (REading)
2 Woman: A lot of people don’t watch the news on TV. They find
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
out what’s happening from the Internet.
Man: But it’s still important to watch the news because they talk
about events in more detail. 4 Read, choose and write the words.
3 Man: In our country, everyone’s interested in the weather. • The children read the definitions and write the correct
Woman: That’s because it’s always different. One day it’s raining, words from the box.
and the next it’s sunny and warm. Answers
4 Boy: Do you watch that new show Don’t Laugh? 2  notes  3  live sports  4  the news  5  pence  6  purse
Girl: Is it a comedy show?
Boy: No, it’s a talent show. Marks (REading)
5 Girl 1: My brother is the only boy I know who doesn’t like 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
football. He prefers going for walks and playing chess.
Girl 2: You’re lucky! My brothers are always watching live sports. 5 Read and complete.
I never get to see my favourite soap operas. • The children read and complete the text.

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Answers Unit 3 Test
2  the most  3  to go  4  more adventurous  5  to 
6  to buy 1 Listen and tick (✔) the boxes.  $ CD5 05
Marks (Writing)
• The children listen to the CD and for each section put a
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer tick by the correct picture.
Tapescript
6 Look and write sentences. 1 Girl: What’s in that room?
• The children write sentences using the pictures and text Boy: Not much. I went in there before. It’s just got a couple of
prompts. chairs, a table and a mattress.
2 Woman: Excuse me. I’m looking for the gift shop.
Answers Man: It’s just up there on the first floor. You can’t miss it.
2 Helen’s watch is the most expensive. 3 Man: It’s really cold in this room, isn’t it?
3 The news is more interesting than the weather. Woman: Yes! It’s because there isn’t any heating in here.
4 The cartoon is the most interesting. 4 Boy: Oh look, Maria. There’s the mosaic that this house is so
5 The cake is the most delicious. famous for.
6 A carrot is more delicious than grass. Girl: Wow. What fantastic colours! I can understand why they
Marks (Writing) don’t want anyone to walk on it.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 5 Boy: Does the fountain still work?
Man: No, unfortunately not. It stopped working a very long time
ago, so you can’t wash your hands in it.
7 Answer.
6 Girl: The balcony looks more modern than the rest of the house,
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class doesn’t it?
work quietly. Tell the children that £10 is worth about Woman: Yes, you’re right. I think they probably added the
12.50€. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask them balcony much later because it looks more recent.
the questions listed.
Answers
suggested Answers 2  C  3  A  4  A  5  B  6  A
1 It’s easier to buy something with a ten pound note. You can’t
buy very much with 20 pence. With £10, you can buy a CD/a Marks (Listening)
book/a box of chocolates/some comics. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
2 This is a money box. We use it to keep our money in/save
money.
2 Listen and write.  $ CD5 06
3 No. One of them is new; one is a bit older and dirtier. That • The children listen to the CD and complete the summary.
one is the oldest. Tapescript
4 It’s a piggy bank. You put notes and coins in it. My friend Carla and I went to Camden Market on Saturday. It’s
5 No. A car is more expensive than £20. a fantastic place – you can find everything there! I saw a lovely
Marks (Speaking) dress made of wool but it was too expensive. But there were
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark some beautiful necklaces which were made of wood. I chose one
out of 5 with a flower pattern. Carla was looking for a leather jacket, but
she could only find jackets made of linen. In the end, she bought
a silver ring and a tiny elephant which was made of ivory.
8 Describe five differences between the two
pictures. Answers
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the 2  wood  3  a ring  4  silver  5  an elephant  6  ivory
class work quietly. Begin by giving a model, e.g. In A, the Marks (Listening)
programme is more exciting than in B. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
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3 Read, choose and write the words.
Any five of the following:
In B, the prize is more expensive than in A. / The car is more • The children read and complete the text with words from
modern in B than in A. the box.
The question is easier in A than in B / more difficult in B than Answers
in A. 2  were  3  wool  4  heating  5  stone  6  didn’t use to
The man with the questions is funnier in A than in B / is more
serious in B than in A. Marks (REading)
The teams are more serious in B than in A. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
In A, Team Jones is more intelligent than Team Smith / has a
4 Read and write Right, Wrong or Doesn’t say.
higher score than Team Smith.
In A, the teams are bigger than in B. • The children look at the picture and write Right, Wrong or
Doesn’t say for each sentence describing it, depending on
Marks (Speaking) whether the sentence is correct, is incorrect or refers to
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer details not mentioned in the text.

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Answers Marks (Speaking)
2  Right  3  Right  4  Wrong  5  Wrong  6  Doesn’t say 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Marks (REading)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Unit 4 Test
5 Read, choose and write the words.
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from 1 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 07
three options given each time. • The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
the letter of the correct activity.
Answers
2  used to  3  were made of  4  wasn’t made of  Tapescript
5  are made of  6  used 1 Man: Come and take a look at these old photos. I found them in
a box.
Marks (Writing)
Woman: I love old photos! Oh, look, it’s Uncle Charlie. But
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
this isn’t a very good photo of him. Why does he always look
6 Write sentences using used to and didn’t use to. miserable in photos? He’s a really generous person who always
has time for everyone!
• The children use the prompts to write sentences using
2 Man: Who’s that?
used to or didn’t use to as appropriate.
Woman: That’s Aunt Zara. She isn’t alive any more. She’s quite
Answers old in that picture. I remember that she was very hard-working.
2  Romans used to play a game with clay balls. 3 Man: And the man on the right?
3  We didn’t use to like kayaking. Woman: That’s her brother, Jim. He’s as old as Aunt Zara in this
4  Jenny used to visit Bath every summer. photo, but look at how energetic he is! He’s an amazing person.
5  Ben used to throw the discus. He used to be a policeman.
6  Roman girls didn’t use to go to school. 4 Man: What about those two in front?
Woman: That’s my cousin Katie. She always looks quite lonely.
Marks (Writing)
I don’t know if it’s true, but she does spend a lot of time on her
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
own.
7 Answer. 5 Man: And next to her?
Woman: That’s her brother, Oliver. He’s the complete opposite –
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
very sociable. He loves parties – but only other people’s parties!
work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask
He’s quite mean.
them the questions listed.
6 Man: That brings us to this lady here.
suggested Answers Woman: That’s my granny’s friend Charlotte. Why does she look
1  The jumper is long and (white). It is made of wool. so worried in this picture? It doesn’t look like her. She’s always so
2  Many clothes are made of linen. We use linen for jackets, cheerful.
shirts and skirts.
Answers
3  This guitar is made of wood. Parts of it are plastic and metal.
2  A  3  G  4  E  5  B  6  F
4  The Greeks used to get ivory from elephants. Jewellery,
statues and objects were made of ivory. Marks (Listening)
5  Gold is more expensive than silver. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Marks (Speaking) 2 Listen and draw lines.  $ CD5 08
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
• The children listen to the CD and draw a line from each
out of 5
name to the correct person in the picture.
8 Describe the story. Tapescript
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class I remember it was a lovely, peaceful day. Karen was sitting
work quietly. Begin by saying Jim used to get £5 from his under a tree reading a spy novel – she loves James Bond films
parents every week for his pocket money. He liked getting and went to see Casino Royale five times when it came out.
money. Tell me what happened next. Karl was playing with a ball on his own when little Sammy
decided that he wanted to play, too. Karl wasn’t very happy
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about it, but he’s quite a generous boy, so he let Sammy play,
2  H e used to put his money in a box under his bed. He thought
too. Dad was relaxing in the sun, but then he found Karl’s joke
it was a safe place.
book and was laughing at one of the silly jokes in it. And Mum?
3  He used to invite his friends to his house. They used to watch
She was looking at a recipe book with Amy, our neighbour’s
TV and eat snacks.
daughter. I don’t know why, because Amy is only two so she
4  One day, his dog went upstairs and found his money / the box.
can’t cook!
5  The dog brought the money downstairs. Jim’s friends picked
up the money. They were surprised. Answers
6  Jim came in and saw his friends with the money. He was Lines matching: Amy to little girl looking at recipe book, Dad to
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Karl to big boy playing football, Sammy to little boy playing Marks (Speaking)
football, 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
out of 5
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 8 Look. Ask and answer questions.
• Test the children in pairs. Cut the sheets so that Student
3 Look, read and write yes or no. A has both pictures and the two Student A information
• The children look at the pictures. They read the sentences boxes and Student B has both pictures and the two
and write yes or no for each one, depending on whether it Student B information boxes.
describes the picture accurately or not. • Make it clear to the students that they have the same
Answers pictures but different information. Student B will ask
2  yes  3  yes  4  no  5  no  6  no questions to find out about Picture A. Student A responds
using the information supplied. They then swap roles.
Marks (REading)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer suggested Answers
Student A:
4 Read and choose the answers. Answers
• The children read the questions and choose answers from Her name is / She’s called Miss Simons.
the three options given each time. They’re studying / The class is studying Geography.
The teacher is holding an atlas.
Answers She’s caring and intelligent.
2  A  3  C  4  C  5  B  6  B They’re writing.
Marks (REading) Questions
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer What’s the name of Becky’s teacher? / What’s Becky’s teacher
called?
5 Write sentences. What are they / is the class studying?
• The children write the words in the correct order to make What object is the teacher holding?
sentences. What is the teacher like?
What are the children doing?
Answers
2 I was sleeping when you knocked at the door. Student B:
3 Who did you invite to the party? Questions
4 Why does Paul carry his football all the time? What’s the name of Ben’s teacher? / What’s Ben’s teacher called?
5 Caroline was crying when I saw her. What are they / is the class studying?
6 We were waiting at the bus stop when it started to rain. What object is the teacher holding?
What is the teacher like?
Marks (Writing) What are the children doing?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Answers
Her name is / She’s called Mrs Timms.
6 Read, choose and write the words.
They’re studying / The class is studying English.
• The children read and complete the text, choosing the The teacher is holding a poetry book.
correct word from the three options given each time. She’s cheerful and energetic.
Answers They’re listening.
2  didn’t exist  3  came  4  was eating  5  did you  6  What Marks (Speaking)
Marks (Writing) 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer

7 Answer.
• Cut the Test sheets into Activity 7 and Activity 8. Hand out Unit 5 Test
Activity 7. Test the children one at a time while the rest of
the class work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, 1 Listen and complete.  $ CD5 09
then ask them the questions listed. • The children listen to the CD and complete the summary
by writing in the missing details.
suggested Answers
1 William Shakespeare wrote plays. He also wrote poetry. TAPESCRIPT
2 This is a spy novel. It is about a spy called James Bond. Woman: There’s a new activity centre in town, isn’t there? What’s it
3 I like joke books because they’re funny. / Spy novels are my called?
favourite books because they’re exciting. Boy: The High Five Centre. Yes, I went last Saturday.
4 My mother is very caring and my father is hard-working. My Woman: So what’s it like?
brother is energetic and my sister is sociable. Boy: Amazing. I managed to see some of the activities that they
5 I don’t like people who are mean or who aren’t caring. have. There are so many!

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Woman: Can you do skateboarding? 3 Read, choose and write the letters.
Boy: Yes, but I don’t like skateboarding any more. • The children read the sentences. For each one they write
Woman: Really? You used to be so keen! the letter of the correct sign.
Boy: Not any more. It’s boring. But you can do abseiling – that’s my
favourite activity. Answers
Woman: That sounds great. 2  F  3  H  4  C  5  A  6  B
Boy: When I saw everyone having so much fun, I decided to join Marks (REading)
straightaway. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Woman: Isn’t it expensive?
Boy: Not for boys my age. I’m under 15 so it only costs £20 to join 4 Read and choose the answers.
for the year. After that, you don’t have to pay anything to do the
• The children read the sentences and choose the correct
activities. And all the equipment is free, too.
response from the three options given each time.
Woman: What sort of equipment?
Boy: Well, for abseiling, the harness and rope. Answers
Woman: Are they open every day? 2  C  3  B  4  A  5  C  6  A
Boy: Yes, from 9 in the morning to 8 in the evening.
Marks (REading)
answers 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
skateboarding
abseiling 5 Read, choose and write the words.
£20 a year for children under 15
• The children read and complete the text with words from
harness and rope
the box.
from 9 am to 8 pm every day
Answers
Marks (Listening)
2  do  3  have to  4  me to  5  mustn’t  6  to do
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Marks (Writing)
2 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 10 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
• The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
the letter of the item they are looking for. 6 Write sentences using the past simple.
Tapescript • The children use the prompts to write sentences with the
Katie: Mum, have you seen my snorkel anywhere? I thought I put it past simple.
in the suitcase. Answers
Mum: It definitely isn’t in the suitcase, Katie. The last time I saw it, it 2 He didn’t have to wear a helmet.
was on your bed. 3 My mum told us to come.
Katie: Thanks. You haven’t seen Ben’s goggles, have you? He can’t 4 I learned to do skydiving.
find them. 5 You had to bring flippers.
Mum: On the kitchen table. Now, what canoeing equipment do we 6 She didn’t ask him to wait for her.
need?
Katie: I managed to pack the canoeing equipment. Marks (Writing)
Ben: I helped you to do it! 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Katie: Dad told us to put it in the car.
Mum: Are you sure you packed everything? 7 Answer.
Katie: Of course! At least I think so … Oh, Dad couldn’t find his • Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
paddle. work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask
Mum: Well, a paddle is quite important if you’re going canoeing! them the questions listed.
Did he pack my lifejacket too? I’ve got everyone else’s but not
suggested Answers
mine.
1 He’s learning to do karting.
Ben: Mum – Sam wants to know where his flippers are! He needs
2 It says that you mustn’t feed the animals./‘Don’t feed the
them for scuba diving!
animals.’
Mum: They’re in his bedroom. Where’s my list?
3 It says that you can park your car on the left.
Gemma: Mum …
4 It invites people to come to a pool party.
Mum: What can’t you find, Gemma?
5 I’d like to try canoeing, but I’m scared of water.
Gemma: I’m looking for a parachute. I can’t wait to go skydiving!
Mum: A parachute? You don’t need to take your own parachute! Marks (Speaking)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
Answers
out of 5
2  H  3  B  4  F  5  A  6  G
Marks (Listening) 8 Describe the story.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer • Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
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Her friends want her to go to the café in the park. Tell me Tapescript
what happens next. Woman: Hi, Jon. Have you been to that new exhibition at the Fraser
Gallery?
suggested Answers
Boy: No, but I’ve heard about it. Everyone’s talking about Damon
2 It’s 12:30. Rosie is still studying. Her mum offers her a
Hart – you know, the man who produced that sculpture of a spiky
sandwich but Rosie doesn’t want it.
head.
3 It’s 2:30. Rosie has finished her homework so she has decided
Woman: Yes, it’s amazing. I prefer things like that to those still-life
to go to the café.
drawings that John Canter is famous for. The colours are so dull.
4 Rosie’s mum tells her to come back at 4 o’clock. She says that
Boy: I agree, Sarah. I think his work is really boring. My favourite
Rosie mustn’t be late. Rosie’s leaving and the dog is following
kind of art is photography, which some people say isn’t art at all.
her.
Woman: You’d love Caroline Kitchen’s stuff. Her photos are always
5 The dog is following Rosie down the street. Rosie tells it to
bright and colourful – and they’re always round, for some reason.
go home, but the dog doesn’t listen.
Boy: I also like paintings of city skylines or distant horizons, which
6 Rosie is outside the Park Café with her dog. They are looking
are really wide and make you feel like you’re part of the picture.
at a sign on the door. The sign says No dogs. Rosie mustn’t
Woman: Really? I’m not sure. I think paintings like that are a bit cold.
take the dog into the café. / Rosie must/has to leave the dog
Boy: So what kind of art do you like?
outside.
Woman: I prefer art which is useful and beautiful, like Tom Franklin’s
Marks (Speaking) kitchen objects. He makes things like bowls that are smooth and
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer shiny inside but with a very bumpy surface outside. I love that.
Boy: You should go to the Carlton Gallery. There’s a woman called
Jenna Smith who produces great pottery. She makes plates and
things that always look wet and shiny, but they’re actually dry.
Unit 6 Test Woman: Jenna Smith? I’ve never heard of her.
Answers
1 Listen and number.  $ CD5 11 2  A  3  B  4  B  5  C  6  C
• The children listen to the CD and write the number of
each section in the correct box. Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Tapescript
1 Boy 1: If you move into a house and you haven’t got anything 3 Read, choose and write the words.
except your clothes, what’s the first thing you need to buy? • The children read the definitions and write the correct
Boy 2: Hmm, it depends on what’s important to you. I’d like a words from the box.
cup of tea, so a kettle would be at the top of the list.
2 Boy 1: What about if you want a cold drink? Answers
Boy 2: Well then, get a fridge! 2  iron  3  drill  4  clothes pegs  5  light switch  6  saw
3 Girl: Typical boys! When you’ve just moved in, everything is Marks (REading)
really dirty. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Boy 1: I don’t mind. Anyway, you can’t do anything about that.
Girl: Yes, you can. You can buy a vacuum cleaner. 4 Read, choose and write the words.
4 Girl: And there are lots of small things that you really need in a • The children read and complete the text with words from
new house. the box.
Boy 2: What kind of things?
Girl: Things like a needle and thread, so that you can repair your Answers
clothes or make curtains. 2  just  3  won  4  who  5  where  6  I’ve
Boy 2: Um, yes …
Marks (REading)
5 Boy 1: Isn’t food more important? I think you need to buy
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
something like a toaster.
Boy 2: Great idea! 5 Read, choose and write the words.
6 Boy 1: But Claire’s right, too. You have to buy lots of practical
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from
things when you move into a new house. You need a drill, for
the three options given each time.
example, so that you can put up shelves and pictures.
Answers
Answers
2  haven’t been  3  where  4  who  5  ’s seen  6  which
4, (1,) 5, 6, 3, 2
Marks (Writing)
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
6 Read and complete.
2 Listen and choose the answers.  $ CD5 12
• The children read and complete the text.
• The children listen to the CD. They read the questions and
choose the correct answer from the three options given Answers
each time. 2  talked  3  haven’t  4  who  5  just  6  which

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Marks (Writing) Unit 7 Test
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
1 Listen and tick (✔) the boxes.  $ CD5 13
7 Answer. • The children listen to the CD and for each section put a
• Cut the Test sheets into Activity 7 and Activity 8. Hand out tick by the correct picture.
Activity 7. Test the children one at a time while the rest of
Tapescript
the class work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures,
then ask them the questions listed. 1 Man: I bet you’re really looking forward to staying in the cottage
again, Tina.
suggested Answers Woman: Yes, I am. It’s quite a big old house but it’s really cosy.
1 In the first picture, the kettle/water is boiling. In the second 2 Man: Rita chose the hotel where we’re staying.
picture, the kettle/water has finished/stopped (boiling). Woman: She likes quiet places, doesn’t she?
2 We use a saw to cut big or heavy things. Man: Normally, yes. But this hotel is on a main road, so it’ll
3 It has got darker. The girl has gone/left the room. probably be very noisy.
4 The boy has broken the glass/the greenhouse. 3 Girl: Have you ever stayed anywhere historic?
5 I’ve taken lots of pictures. I’ve taken pictures of my family and Boy: Yes. I stayed in a castle once.
friends. I haven’t taken any pictures of my teachers. Girl: That sounds amazing.
Marks (Speaking)
Boy: It was, but it was freezing because there was no heating.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark 4 Woman: The worst place I’ve ever been to on holiday was a
out of 5 small town.
Man: What was wrong with it?
8 Look. Compare the two pictures. Woman: The house was OK, but the town was deserted. There
• Test the children in pairs. Give one child the Student A wasn’t anything to do.
card and one the Student B card. Tell them that Student A 5 Girl 1: Where are you going on holiday this year, Olivia?
will describe an aspect of his/her picture in one sentence. Girl 2: We always go somewhere rural as we don’t like crowded,
Student B will look at his/her own card and will say how urban places with lots of tourists. We haven’t decided where
that aspect is different. Begin by saying In Picture A, the man exactly, though.
in the corner is sitting on a chair. In Picture B, he is standing up. 6 Man: I love mountain-climbing, but I live in a very flat part of
the country.
suggested Answers Woman: So how do you manage to do it, Tim? Where do you
In picture A: practise?
(Right-hand wall): The paintings which are on this wall are Man: Well, every year I find a new mountainous region to
narrow. They are modern and show patterns/don’t show any visit on holiday. I always go with someone because it can be
scenery. dangerous doing it on your own.
(Facing wall): The painting which is on this wall is wide and
Answers
shows a landscape/scenery. The artist hasn’t painted any
2  C  3  A  4  B  5  A  6  B
animals or people.
(Left-hand wall): The paintings which are on this wall are square. Marks (Listening)
They show a man and a woman 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
There is a small modern sculpture in the middle of the room.
2 Listen and complete.  $ CD5 14
A man is sitting asleep on /sleeping in a chair in the corner.
• The children listen to the CD and complete the summary
In picture B: by writing in the details.
(Right-hand wall): The paintings which are on this wall also
Tapescript
show patterns/don’t show any scenery, but one is round and
Woman: Are you looking forward to your camping trip to Green
the other is wide.
Spring, Leah?
(Facing wall): The painting which is on this wall is wide too. It
Girl: Yes, lots! I can’t believe it’s 1st May – just one week before we
shows horses. No landscape/scenery is visible.
set off.
(Left-hand wall): The painting of the man isn’t there.
Woman: You’ll have a great time. Who are you sharing your tent
In the centre of the room, the sculpture has changed: it now
with?
shows a cat.
Girl: My two best friends, Carrie and Rosie. We all get on really well.
The man isn’t sleeping. He’s awake. He’s standing next to the There are usually four in each tent, but they think we’ll be more
chair. comfortable with three.
Marks (Speaking) Woman: Is it expensive? I think Highfield costs about £100 per
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer week.
Girl: It’s a bit more than that. Mum said it was £150 for the week,
but that includes all the activities.
Woman: How long are you going for?
Girl: A week. We’ll be back on 15th May. Mrs Taylor says the coach
will bring us back at 9 pm.
Woman: Is Mrs Taylor your teacher?

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Girl: No, she’s the school secretary. Our teacher is Miss Wilson. She’s 3 No, I haven’t tried a dangerous sport, but I’d like to go
great! snowboarding one day./Yes, I’ve tried snowboarding. It was
great.
Answers
4 It’s a crowded city. There’s a lot of noise. Someone is trying
Date of trip: 8th May 
to cross the road, but there’s too much traffic/there are too
Number of children per tent: three
many cars.
Cost of trip: £150 per week
5 I’ll probably go camping. We normally go to a campsite near
Date of return: 15th May
the sea. It usually rains, but I hope that this year it will be hot
Teacher’s name: Miss Wilson
and sunny.
Marks (Listening)
Marks (Speaking)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
out of 5
3 Read, choose and write the words.
• The children read and complete the text using the words 8 Look. Ask and answer questions.
in the box. • Test the children in pairs. Cut the sheets so that Student
Answers A has both pictures and the two Student A information
2  off  3  of  4  after  5  out  6  up boxes and Student B has both pictures and the two
Student B information boxes.
Marks (REading)
• Make it clear to the students that they have the same
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
pictures but different information. Give them the context:
4 Read and choose the answers. two experts have come into a school to talk about a
dangerous activity that they do, and about a trip that each
• The children read the questions and choose the correct is going to make soon.
response from the three options given each time.
• Student B will ask questions to find out about Picture A.
Answers Student A responds using the information supplied. They
2  A  3  C  4  A  5  B  6  A then swap roles.
Marks (REading) suggested Answers
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer Student A:
Answers
5 Read, choose and write the words. The expert’s name is John Cassidy.
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from He climbs mountains. / He has climbed mountains.
the three options given each time. He uses a harness and a rope.
Answers He will set off on 10th May.
2  studied  3  Have  4  won’t  5  ’ll meet  6  never Freezing temperatures will be the biggest danger.
Questions
Marks (Writing)
What’s the expert’s name?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer What activity does she do / has she done?
What equipment does she use?
6 Read and write a reply (25–30 words).
When will she set off?
• The children read the email from a friend and write a What dangers will there be?
reply, answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30
words. Student B:
Questions
Answers What’s the expert’s name?
Children’s own answers What activity does he do / has he done?
Marks (Writing) What equipment does he use?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer When will he set off?
What dangers will there be?
7 Answer. Answers
• Cut the Test sheets into Activity 7 and Activity 8. Hand out The expert’s name is Catherine Simmons.
Activity 7. Test the children one at a time while the rest of She does / has done scuba-diving.
the class work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, She uses a mask, an oxygen tank, a diving suit and flippers.
then ask them the questions listed. She will set off on 7th July.
The biggest danger is running out of oxygen.
suggested Answers
1 It’s a rural scene. There are fields and trees, and an animal/a Marks (Speaking)
deer has come to drink from the stream. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
2 A mountainous region isn’t flat. There are some very tall
mountains which often have snowy tops. If you walk there,
you have to be careful because it can be dangerous.

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Unit 8 Test Boy: Yes, that’s just right. OK, let’s go. I have to get home by 5:00.
We’re eating at 7:30, so I need time to prepare.
1 Listen and number.  $ CD5 15
answers
• The children listen to the CD and write the number of 2  Chinese  3  Saturday  4  noodles, prawns, beansprouts
each section in the correct box.
5  half a tablespoon  6  7:30
Tapescript
Marks (Listening)
1 Girl: My grandparents don’t like food with really strong flavours.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Boy: Things like onions?
Girl: Onions are OK but they really don’t like garlic. 3 Read and write Right, Wrong or Doesn’t say.
Boy: I love garlic!
• The children read the text. They write Right, Wrong or
2 Girl: And of course they won’t eat chillies or anything that’s too
Doesn’t say for each sentence describing it, depending on
hot.
whether the sentence is correct, is incorrect or refers to
3 Boy: They’re missing out on lots of great food, then. I can make
details not mentioned in the text.
delicious spicy noodles.
Girl: Where did you get your recipe? Answers
Boy: From my grandmother. 2  Wrong  3  Doesn’t say  4  Right  5  Right  6  Wrong
4 Boy: My grandparents lived in China for a few years when they
Marks (REading)
were younger.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Girl: Really? That’s exciting.
Boy: Not when they have beansprouts with everything. Any
4 Read, choose and write the words.
food can be boring if you eat too much of it.
5 Girl: Last year, my aunt was on a diet and she ate lots of • The children read and complete the text with words from
cucumbers. It’s important to eat enough vegetables but you the box.
also need to eat a variety of things. My aunt ate too many Answers
cucumbers. She got bored – and now she won’t eat them! 2  too  3  are  4  sold  5  very  6  enough
6 Boy: We need to eat healthily. Fresh food that isn’t transported a
long way is best. Marks (REading)
Girl: And we need to make sure that colours aren’t added. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Boy: Exactly. You can get peppers that are red, green, orange or
5 Read, choose and write the words.
yellow. The colours are fantastic and they’re very good for you!
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from
Answers the three options given each time.
4, 2, 6, 3, (1,) 5
Answers
Marks (Listening) 2  are introduced  3  given  4  is made  5  too many
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 6  enough advice
2 Listen and complete.  $ CD5 16 Marks (Writing)
• The children listen to the CD and complete the summary 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
by writing the details.
6 Write sentences using the present simple
Tapescript passive.
Boy: We’re having a meal tonight for my dad’s birthday. He loves • The children use the prompts to write sentences with the
oriental food so I’m going to cook something. present simple passive.
Girl: What recipe are you going to use?
Boy: I haven’t decided. He likes Chinese and Thai food. Mum’s got a Answers
good Chinese cookery book – I think I’ll use that. 2 Peanuts are eaten as a snack.
Girl: Is it your dad’s birthday today? 3 Salt isn’t added to baby food.
Boy: No, it’s tomorrow, but it’ll be easier to get fresh ingredients on 4 The biscuits are packed in boxes.
a Saturday. 5 Burns Night is celebrated in Scotland.
Girl: Where are you going to buy everything? 6 Cards aren’t sent at Halloween.
Boy: There’s a Chinese supermarket called Li in the town centre. Do Marks (Writing)
you want to come with me? 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Girl: Yes – great! So what things do you need to buy?
Boy: Well, we’ve got lots of spring onions, and we’re OK for oil and 7 Answer.
garlic. Let me see ... I need to find some small packets of noodles. • Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
Often, they’re only sold in large packets. I also need to get some work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask
prawns. them the questions listed.
Girl: Have you got enough beansprouts?
Boy: Oh no! I haven’t got any. Thanks! And I need some lime juice. suggested Answers
Girl: I saw half a lime in the fridge. That should make about half a 1 Oil is used in stir-fries. You heat the oil, then add the
tablespoon. Is that enough? vegetables.

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2 He hasn’t got enough carrots to make the soup. answers
3 Beansprouts are often used in Chinese and Thai cooking. Date the play starts: 13th June
4 It’s a cucumber. Spring onions, peppers and tomatoes are When on TV: 20th September
used to make a salad, too. What kind of help is needed: lighting, sound, props
5 I don’t have enough time to cook. I’ve got too many things Mia’s favourite job: costumes
to do. / I cook quite often. I like using chillies, but they’re very Cost of ticket: £15
hot.
Marks (Listening)
Marks (Speaking) 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark
out of 5 2 Listen and tick (✔) or cross (✘).  $ CD5 18
• The children listen to the CD and write a tick for those
8 Describe the picture. activities Carol does herself now and a cross for those
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the which she doesn’t.
class work quietly. Begin by saying Jack has invited some
friends for dinner. Two of them are Indian and one is Chinese. Tapescript
Describe the rest of the picture. Interviewer: Carol, could I ask you some questions about being an
actor?
SUGGESTED Answers Actor: Of course.
They’re sitting down at a table that isn’t big enough for them. Interviewer: Thank you. Do you think you’ve changed as a person,
There isn’t enough space so the guests are uncomfortable. They now you are famous?
look hungry. Actor: I don’t think so. Some actors might ask people to tie their
The plates are very big, and there isn’t enough food because shoelaces, but not me!
Jack isn’t a good cook. Interviewer: Who does your hair and make-up?
There isn’t any beef because the dog has stolen/taken it. Actor: I have my hair styled but I put on my own make-up.
Jack didn’t have enough time to prepare the food. Interviewer: What about your nails?
Marks (Speaking) Actor: I have my nails painted by Janie, our stylist, because she’s
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark really good at doing it. And it gives me more time to learn my
out of 5 lines. When I was younger, I used to work in small theatres. There
weren’t enough people to help, so I used to mend my own
costumes! I don’t do that now.
Interviewer: Have you ever dyed your hair to act a part in a play?
Unit 9 Test Actor: Yes, my hair often needs to be a different colour. I’m always
worried about dying it the wrong colour, so I have it done by a
1 Listen and complete.  $ CD5 17 professional hairdresser.
• The children listen to the CD and complete the summary Answers
by writing the details. paint nails ✗ put on make-up ✓
Tapescript style hair ✗ dye hair ✗ mend costumes ✗
Girl: Our theatre group is putting on a play. Marks (Listening)
Boy: How exciting! It’s The Pirates, isn’t it? 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Girl: Yes. I’ve volunteered to help. It’ll be a great experience.
Boy: When is the play on? 3 Read and choose True or False.
Girl: From 13th to 19th June. • The children read the text. They read the sentences and
Boy: Have you ever helped them out before? circle True or False for each one.
Girl: Yes, but this time there will be cameras! They’re going to film
it for a programme that will be on TV in September – the 20th, I Answers
think. 2  True  3  True  4  False  5  False  6  True
Boy: But if you aren’t acting, no one will see you. Marks (REading)
Girl: They will, because they’re going to interview all the people 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
who work backstage. Talk to the director. He’s still looking for
people to help out. 4 Read, choose and write the words.
Boy: What could I do?
Girl: You could work on the lighting, the sound or even the props.
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from
the three options given each time.
Boy: So what will you be doing, Mia?
Girl: My favourite: costumes. Answers
Boy: That sounds ideal for you. You’re always talking about clothes! 2  B  3  A  4  C  4  B  5  A
It sounds interesting.
Marks (READING)
Girl: Don’t forget that if you work backstage, you won’t have to pay
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
to get in. Tickets are normally £15.
Boy: OK, I’ll think about it.

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5 Read, choose and write the words. Term tests
• The children read and complete the sentences with words
from the box. Term 1 Test
Answers
1 Listen and tick (✔) or cross (✘).  $ CD5 19
2  painted  3  has  4  choose  5  about  6  of
• The children listen to the CD and write a tick for the
Marks (WRITING) programmes the speaker watches and a cross for those he
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer doesn’t.

6 Read and write a reply (25–30 words). Tapescript
Girl: Do you watch much TV?
• The children read the note from a friend and write a reply,
Boy: Yes, I watch it every day.
answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30
Girl: What do you watch – cartoons?
words.
Boy: I used to watch them when I was little, but now I’m older, I
Answers prefer other programmes. There are some good comedy shows on
Children’s own answers TV at the moment.
Girl: Do you like music?
Marks (Writing)
Boy: Yes, but I don’t watch music programmes. I really like talent
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
shows – they’re my favourite!
7 Answer. Girl: What about live sports?
Boy: No, thanks! I think the adverts are more exciting!
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class
work quietly. Ask them to look at the pictures, then ask Answers
them the questions listed. comedy shows ✓  music programmes ✗
talent shows ✓  live sports ✗  adverts ✓
Answers
1 When I was ill, I had my sister go to the shop and buy me a Marks (Listening)
comic. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
2 The audience is very excited about the concert.
3 She’s having her costume fixed. It isn’t short enough. 2 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 20
4 I’m keen on comedies but my favourite films are scary films. • The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
5 I’m scared of our neighbour’s dog. It gets angry at me all the the letter of the correct bug.
time. Tapescript
Marks (Speaking) Boy: Mum, we’re doing a project on the scariest creatures you can
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer or an impression mark find in a garden.
out of 5 Mum: Do you mean big animals, like foxes?
Boy: No, just insects and bugs. Which ones do you dislike?
8 Describe five differences between the two Mum: Ugh! I don’t like any of them, really. I’ve seen lots of spiders,
pictures. but they’re usually in the house. In the garden, the things I don’t
• Test the children one at a time while the rest of the class like are worms.
work quietly. Begin by saying In Picture A, the director is tired Boy: Dad always says that worms are good for the garden.
of waiting for the actors. In Picture B, the director is interested Mum: He’ll probably choose snails then, because they eat all his
in the scene. Describe the other differences. plants! Have you asked Karl and Joanna?
Boy: Yes. They’re strange. Karl likes beetles and hates ladybirds, but
suggested answers Joanna hates beetles and loves ladybirds.
In A, the sound engineer is testing the sound, but he isn’t Mum: When my dad – your grandad – first met Granny, he
happy about it. In B, the sound is OK. dropped a spider on her head as a joke. She’s been afraid of them
In A, there are four people on the stage. In B, there are two. ever since!
In A, the actors are wearing old-fashioned costumes. In B, they Boy: That’s terrible!
are wearing more modern costumes. Mum: I know, but one day she found a centipede and put it in the
In A, one of the actors is checking his scripts/lines and another pocket of his jacket …
actor is having her hair styled. In B, the actors are rehearsing Boy: … and he doesn’t like centipedes now.
the play and are not holding scripts/lines. Mum: That’s right!
In A, a man is building part of the set. In B, the set is finished.
Answers
Marks (Speaking) 2  D  3  G  4  A  5  F  6  H
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
3 LIsten and choose the answers.  $ CD5 21
• The children listen and choose the correct answer from
the three options given each time.

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Tapescript Answers
Boy 1: I went to the Roman House in Stretford last week. 2  to water  3  ’m watching  4  have  5  more  6  used to
Boy 2: That’s a sort of museum, isn’t it?
Marks (writing)
Boy 1: It’s a lot more interesting than a museum. It’s a real Roman
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
house. The first things you see are a pair of enormous pillars made
of stone. Then you walk into a courtyard. There’s a fountain in the 8 Look and write sentences.
middle that still works.
Boy 2: Water comes out?
• The children look at the pictures and write sentences
using either the comparative or superlative form of the
Boy 1: Yes, and people throw coins into it. There used to be a statue
adjectives given.
as well.
Boy 2: Are there lots of mosaics? Answers
Boy 1: There’s only one mosaic, just inside the front door. You can 2 B is less funny than A.
look at it but you can’t walk on it. 3 A is the healthiest.
Boy 2: Can’t you go inside at all, then? 4 A is more educational than B.
Boy 1: Yes, you can, because the floors in the rest of the house 5 A is more delicious than B.
aren’t made of mosaics. They’re just tiles. There are some stairs 6 C is the most expensive.
outside the house. You go up these to the first floor. There isn’t a
Marks (writing)
lot of furniture, but there’s a huge balcony. I stood on it and looked
down at everyone in the courtyard. Like a real Roman! 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer

Answers 9 Read and write a reply (25–30 words).
2  A  3  B  4  A  5  B  6  C • The children read the email from a friend and write a
reply, answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30
Marks (listening)
words.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Answers
4 Look, read and write yes or no. Children’s own answers
• The children look at the pictures. They read the sentences Marks (writing)
and write yes or no for each one, depending on whether it 5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
describes the picture accurately or not.
10 Talk about your topic using your topic form.
Answers
2  yes  3  yes  4  no  5  yes  6  no • The children need to prepare a topic form (see the Topic
Form pdf at the end of the Test pdf section on the CD-
Marks (REading) ROM). They should choose a topic that is of personal
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer interest to them. It does not need to be a topic that they
have studied in English. Use the sections of the topic form
5 Read, choose and write the letters. to ask the child questions.
• The children read and complete the sentences, choosing • As an alternative to the topic presentation, ask the
from the three options given each time. following questions:
1 What type of TV programmes do you watch?
Answers 2 How much pocket money do you get a week?
2  B  3  A  4  C  5  A  6  A 3 What do you spend your pocket money on?
Marks (reading) 4 What’s your favourite flower or plant?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 5 What do you know about the Romans?
suggested Answers
6 Read and write Right, Wrong or Doesn’t say. 1 I watch cartoons and comedy programmes. I sometimes
• The children read the text. They write Right, Wrong or watch documentaries and talent shows.
Doesn’t say for each sentence describing it, depending on 2 I get £7.50 a week.
whether the sentence is correct, is incorrect or refers to 3 I spend it on CDs and clothes.
details not mentioned in the text. 4 I don’t know many flowers. I like trees because you can climb
them.
Answers
5 I know that they had mosaics. They also liked cooking.
2  Right  3  Wrong  4  Doesn’t say  5  Wrong  6  Right
Marks (speaking)
Marks (reading)
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
11 Look. Ask and answer questions.
7 Read, choose and write the words. • Test the children in pairs while the rest of the class work
• The children read and complete the sentences choosing quietly. Print out one worksheet for each pair, cutting out
and writing in the correct word from the three options the cards. Hand A Your questions to Student A and
given. B Your answers to Student B. Tell the children that a new

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shop is opening soon and that Student A doesn’t know all the time. The only other thing she read was joke books!
anything about it. He/She asks Student B for information When we had a family party, she used to tell jokes for hours.
using the question prompts. Student B answers using Girl 2: Does she still read graphic novels?
the information on the card. They should both use full Girl 1: Not really. Now she prefers poetry.
sentence or question forms. Once they have done this, 6 Man: Leo is such a lovely boy. Every weekend he comes to visit
they swap roles. Say that this time A has information us. Most people aren’t interested or say they’re too busy.
about a concert and B will ask questions to find out the Woman: I know Leo quite well. He’s always been a very caring
details. Hand out the new prompt cards: A Your answers boy.
and B Your questions.
answers
Answers 2  C  3  B  4  A  5  C  6  A
A questions, B answers
1 What does the shop sell? It sells toys. Marks (Listening)
2 Where is it? It’s in the Brandon Shopping Centre. 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
3 When does it open? / When is it opening? It opens / It’s 2 Listen and draw lines.  $ CD5 23
opening on 12th February.
4 Does it sell / Has it got children’s bicycles? No, but you can
• The children listen to the CD and draw a line from each
activity to the correct day of the week.
buy them in July.
5 How much do they cost? / How much are they? Some cost / Tapescript
are fifty pounds and some are more expensive. Man: Did you enjoy the camp last week?
Boy: Yes – it was brilliant! I’ve never done so many activities in one
Marks (speaking)
week.
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer
Man: So you arrived on Sunday night. What did you do on the first
Answers day? Was it karting?
B questions, A answers Boy: No, the karting activity was on Tuesday. On Monday I did
1 Where is the concert? It’s at Medford Hall. abseiling. It took me a long time to learn what to do.
2 What date is it on? / When is it? It’s on 11th May. Man: Did you do that outdoors?
3 When does it start? It starts at half-past seven. Boy: Yes, and then on Wednesday we went back to the same area
4 What / Which / Where is the nearest station? The nearest and had a go at mountain biking. I could do that OK!
station is Galston. Man: Did you go swimming?
5 How much do the tickets cost? / How much are the tickets? Boy: Not on purpose. I went yachting on Friday and I fell into the
They’re £7.50 (each). water!
Man: Did you enjoy yachting?
Marks (speaking)
Boy: Yes, but my favourite water activity was canoeing, which we
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer
did the day before that.
Man: It sounds tiring.
Boy: It was a bit, but really thrilling, too. They saved the best activity
Term 2 Test till last. It was the only one we did indoors. Snowboarding really is
the best sport ever. I can’t wait to try it in real snow!
1 Listen and tick (✔) the boxes.  $ CD5 22
Answers
• The children listen to the CD and for each section put a
tick by the correct picture. Monday – abseiling
Wednesday – mountain biking
tapescript Thursday – canoeing
1 Girl 1: Sonia looks lonely, doesn’t she? Friday – yachting
Girl 2: I was thinking the same thing. Why aren’t those girls Saturday – snowboarding
talking to her? Let’s go over and see if she’s OK.
Marks (Listening)
2 Woman: What’s that book that Tom’s reading? 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Girl: It’s the annual that Grandad gave him as a Christmas
present. Tom loves it. He can’t put it down! 3 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 24
3 Boy 1: Charlie isn’t like his brothers and sisters, is he? • The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
Boy 2: What do you mean? the letter of the correct item.
Boy 1: Haven’t you noticed how mean he is with his money? He
Tapescript
hates spending it and never gives it away.
Kate: Hi, Mario. So this is your new home! Was it really exciting
4 Woman: What did Diana get you for your birthday? when you and Donna finally managed to buy your first house?
Man: A manual about how to do jobs around the house. Mario: Yes and no. I love working around the house, but only if I’m
Woman: Like putting up shelves? using a drill. I don’t get excited about vacuum cleaners!
Man: Yes. There are a few things that need fixing. I’m not sure it Kate: What was the first thing you did to the house?
if was a present for me or for Diana! Mario: We cleaned it! Well, Donna’s mother, Mrs Bennett, cleaned
5 Girl 1: My cousin Amy has always loved reading. She used to it. She wanted to help us and she has made it all look much nicer
really like graphic novels when she was younger. She read them with her vacuum cleaner.

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Kate: That was good of her. Answers
Mario: She’s a great cook, too. Donna hates cooking. 2  learning to  3  mustn’t  4  don’t have to  5  you to
Kate: But she is great with a needle and thread. 6  not to check
Mario: I know. She made all the curtains!
Marks (writing)
Kate: What are you going to do with the garden?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Mario: Nothing, at the moment. Our neighbour, Mr Beecham, has
got an electric saw. He has offered to cut down that tree out there. 9 Read and write a reply (25–30 words).
Kate: Oh, why isn’t the fridge working?
Mario: I think it needs a new plug. I’ve asked my friend Ben to look
• The children read the note from a friend and write a reply,
answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30
at it. He’s an electrician.
words.
Kate: Great! So what can I do?
Mario: You can put the kettle on. It’s in that box, next to the iron. Answers
Children’s own answers
Answers
2  A  3  B  4  C  5  G  6  H Marks (writing)
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 10 Talk about your topic using your topic form.
4 Read and write Right, Wrong or Doesn’t say. • The children need to prepare a topic form (see the Topic
• The children read the text. They write Right, Wrong or Form pdf at the end of the Test pdf section on the CD-
Doesn’t say for each sentence describing it, depending on ROM). They should choose a topic that is of personal
whether the sentence is correct, is incorrect or refers to interest to them. It does not need to be a topic that they
details not mentioned in the text. have studied in English. Use the sections of the topic form
to ask the child questions.
Answers • As an alternative to the topic presentation, ask the
2  Right  3  Wrong  4  Wrong  5  Doesn’t say  6  Wrong following questions:
Marks (REading) 1 What’s your favourite type of book?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 2 What kind of person is your best friend?
3 What do you do in your art lessons? What do you have
5 Read, choose and write the words. to do for art homework?
• The children read the definitions and write the correct 4 What kind of sports or activities do you do?
words from the box. 5 What equipment do people need in their kitchen?

Answers suggested Answers
2  rafting  3  jumpsuit  4  karting  5  bungee jumping 1 My favourite type of book is an annual. I’m also interested in
6 flippers science fiction.
2 He’s/She’s sometimes mean with money, but he’s/she’s never
Marks (reading) miserable.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 3 In our art lessons, we paint and draw. We don’t have to do art
homework.
6 Read and complete the questions with the
4 I’m good at football and running. After school, I go out on my
correct question word.
bike with my friends.
• The children read and complete the questions with the 5 People need a cooker. They also need a fridge to keep the
correct question words. food cold. And they need plates, bowls, knives and spoons.
Answers Marks (speaking)
2  Who  3  Where  4  What  5  When  6  Why 5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
Marks (WRITING)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 11 Look. Ask and answer questions.
• Test the children in pairs while the rest of the class work
7 Read and complete the words. quietly. Print out one worksheet for each pair, cutting out
• The children read the definitions and complete the words. the cards. Hand A Your questions to Student A and
B Your answers to Student B. Tell the children that a shop
Answers
is holding an event is and that Student A doesn’t know
2  abseiling  3  sociable  4  flippers  5  bumpy 
anything about it. He or she asks Student B for information
6  manual
using the question prompts. Student B answers using
Marks (READING) the information on the card. They should both use full
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer question and sentence forms. Once they have done this,
they swap roles. Say that this time A has information about
8 Read, choose and write the words. a place which is having an open day for the public and B
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from will ask questions to find out the details. Hand out the new
the three options given each time. prompt cards: A Your answers and B Your questions.

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Answers 2 Listen and complete.  $ CD5 26
A questions, B answers • The children listen to the CD and complete the summary
1 What kind of shop is it? It’s a bookshop. by noting the details.
2 Where’s the shop? It’s in West Street in Moreton.
3 When is it closing down / going to close down? It’s closing Tapescript
down / It’s going to close down today. Man: Have you tried the new restaurant in town?
4 What books does it sell? It sells annuals and science fiction Woman: Which one? The Italian one or the Indian one? Two
books. opened on the same day.
5 How much do the books cost? They cost from one penny to Man: No, there’s a French one called Bonjour. It’s in the area where
five pounds. all the banks are.
Woman: I suppose it’s open all day?
Marks (speaking) Man: Well, for lunch and in the evenings, so from about 12:00 to
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer 2:30 and later on from 6 to 9 pm.
Answers Woman: What’s the food like? Have you tried it?
B questions, A answers Man: It’s OK at lunchtime, but the evening menu is better. There’s a
1 What kind of place is it? It’s a sports centre. lot more choice.
2 Where is it? It’s in Marston. Woman: Like what?
3 When is the event happening? It’s happening on Man: I tried a bit of all my friends’ meals. The best one was the
22nd March, 2–6 pm / from 2 to 6 pm. rabbit with garlic and peppers. It’s a great restaurant – you should
4 What activities does it offer / can you do? It offers / You can try it!
do abseiling, karting and skateboarding. Woman: It sounds expensive.
5 How much does it cost to be a member? / Normally, it costs Man: No, it isn’t, actually. The lunch menu is a fixed price of £20,
£50 per/a year, but before 1st April it costs £25. and for that you get three courses and a drink.

Marks (speaking) Answers
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer Type of food: French  Opening hours: 12:00–2:30 pm and 6–9 pm
Favourite dish: rabbit with garlic and peppers Recommend? yes
Cost of lunch: £20
Marks (Listening)
Term 3 Test 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
1 Listen and number.  $ CD5 25
• The children listen to the CD and write the number of 3 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 27
each section in the correct box. • The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
the letter of the correct activity.
Tapescript
1 Woman: I’d like to visit a hot, sandy place in the South Pacific, Tapescript
and spend all our time outdoors. 1 Woman: Paul likes working with his hands, doesn’t he?
Man: No. Too many tourists go there these days. They’re too Man: Yes, he went to see the manager of the Red Theatre
crowded. recently because he’s interested in learning to build the sets.
2 Man: We’re going skiing next week. 2 Man: Suzy hates her job. She’s really tired of answering the
Woman: I love the mountains in winter. They’ll be deserted at phone all day.
this time of year. Woman: But she doesn’t have to do anything difficult or stressful.
3 Woman: Are you looking forward to your holiday, Jim? When I walked past her desk, she was painting her nails!
Boy: Yes, I love historic places. I like imagining all the people 3 Girl: It’s important that actors are friendly to those who work
who have lived there. backstage.
4 Girl: Have you ever been on a camping trip? Boy: Why?
Boy: Yes. It was terrible! It was our first time. No one knew what Girl: My friend Kevin is a sound technician. He says actors
they were doing. When it rained, we all got very wet. depend on him to make the production work. It’s the same for
5 Boy: The caravan we stayed in last year was tiny. There wasn’t the lighting designers and the props person.
enough space – we all felt irritable. 4 Man: Did you hear what happened to Charles? He was so
Girl: I know. It’s really important not to fall out with your family nervous about the play, he ate and ate and ate.
when you go on holiday. We always rent a big house! Woman: What happened?
6 Man: My sister and her husband decided to travel round Italy by Man: Well, he ate so much that his costume wasn’t big enough.
train. They didn’t plan where to go. He wanted to have a new costume made. But there wasn’t
Woman: How exciting! enough material!
Man: Yes. They visited Bologna, which is a beautiful city. Woman: Oh, no! What did he do?
Man: He had to wear it. Then one night, the audience heard a
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loud ripping noise …
3, 6, 5, 4, (1,) 2
5 Boy: Who’s playing the main part in this play?
Marks (Listening) Girl: Alex Summer. He’s good, but he’s always worried about
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer forgetting his lines.

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6 Girl: Someone said that Tania Starr never puts on her own make- Answers
up. Is that true? Children’s own answers
Woman: Yes. Do you know who puts it on for her?
Marks (writing)
Girl: An assistant?
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
Woman: No. She has it done by a professional make-up artist!
Answers 10 Talk about your topic using your topic form.
2  G  3  E  4  F  5  B  6  D • The children need to prepare a topic (see the Topic Form
Marks (Listening) pdf at the end of the Test pdf section on the CD-ROM).
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer They should choose a topic that is of personal interest
to them. It does not need to be a topic that they have
4 Look, read and write yes or no. studied in English. Use the sections of the topic form to
• The children look at the picture. They read the sentences ask the child questions.
and write yes or no for each one, depending on whether it • As an alternative to the topic presentation, ask the
describes the picture accurately or not. following questions:
1 Do you prefer an urban or a rural environment? Why?
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2 What plays have you heard of? Have you been to see a
2  yes  3  yes  4  no  5  yes  6  no play?
Marks (REading) 3 What’s your favourite food? How often do you eat it?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 4 What did you have for breakfast today?
5 What do you look forward to most about the summer
5 Read, choose and write the words. holidays?
• The children read and complete the text with words from suggested Answers
the box.
1 I prefer the city/an urban environment because it’s more
Answers exciting. There are more activities than in the country.
2  too much  3  hasn’t got  4  some  5  ’ll add  6  too many 2 I’ve heard of Hamlet by William Shakespeare, but I’ve never
seen it. I’ve been to the theatre lots of times to see plays by
Marks (REading)
other people.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
3 My favourite food is Indian food. I don’t eat it often. When we
6 Read and complete the words. go out for dinner, I like to eat in Indian restaurants.
4 I had cereal and toast for breakfast. I also had coffee and
• The children read the definitions and complete the words. orange juice.
Answers 5 I love the sea. I look forward to playing on the beach.
2  cucumber  3  audience  4  chillies  5  backstage 
Marks (speaking)
6  crowded
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
Marks (READING)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 11 Look. Ask and answer questions.
7 Read and choose the answers. • Test the children in pairs while the rest of the class work
quietly. Print out one worksheet for each pair, cutting
• The children read the questions and choose the answer out the cards. Hand A Your questions to Student A
from the three options given each time. and B Your answers to Student B. Tell the children
Answers that a restaurant is opening soon and that Student A
2  B  3  C  4  A  5  A  6  C doesn’t know anything about it. He/She asks Student B
for information using the question prompts. Student B
Marks (READING)
answers using the information on the card. They should
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer both use full question and sentence forms. Once they
8 Read and complete. have done this, they swap roles. Say that this time A has
information about a play that is going to be performed
• The children read and complete the text. and B will ask questions to find out the details. Hand
Answers out the new prompt cards: A Your answers and B Your
2  will learn/’ll learn  3  afraid of  4  get on with  questions.
5  want to  6  have/’ve never
Answers
Marks (Writing) A questions, B answers
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 1 What kind of food do they serve? They serve different types,
including Thai, French, Italian and Chinese food.
9 Read and write a reply (25–30 words). 2 Why is the restaurant unusual? It’s unusual because it is on a
• The children read the email from a friend and write a boat.
reply, answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30 3 What’s the location of the restaurant? / Where is the
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4 Is it possible to make a reservation for a wedding party? Yes, Sally: No, this always happens to me at this time of year. When I
the restaurant holds 150 people. work in the garden, the pollen makes me sneeze.
5 Is it possible to reserve a table by using the website? No, the 4 Fiona: Is that the new girl Sandra over there?
restaurant doesn’t have a website (yet). Rosa: Yes, it is. Let’s invite her to lunch. She always looks so
cheerful. I’m sure we’ll all get on well.
Marks (speaking)
5 Boy 1: Did you see Bobby emptying his piggy bank this morning?
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer
Boy 2: No. What happened?
Answers Boy 1: There was nothing in it – well, only a couple of coins.
B questions, A answers 6 Girl: What lovely flowers! Who gave them to you, Tilly?
1 What’s the name of the play? It’s called A Christmas Carol. Woman: Some people at work. It’s a late present for my birthday.
2 Who’s performing the play? The Newton Theatre Group are They’re beautiful but they got crushed on the train and now
performing the play. some of the stems have broken.
3 What’s the play about? It’s about a man called Mr Scrooge,
Answers
who is very mean.
2  B  3  A  4  C  5  C  6  B
4 Who plays / is playing the main part? Tom Ashford plays / is
playing the main part. Marks (Listening)
5 How is this production different? The cast will be on roller 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
skates.
3 Listen and write the letters.  $ CD5 30
Marks (speaking)
5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer • The children listen to the CD. For each person they write
the letter of the correct activity.
Tapescript
End of Year Test Ben: How was your birthday party, Hannah?
Hannah: It was fantastic. My cousin Joe was there. Do you
1 Listen and choose the endings.  $ CD5 28 remember him?
• The children listen to the CD. They read the sentence Ben: Yes, I remember Joe.
openings and choose the ending from the three options Hannah: He’s just come back from Nepal. He showed us all the
given each time. photographs which he took there. It’s a shame you couldn’t come,
Ben.
Tapescript Ben: Yes, sorry about that. I was so worried about the play and all
Julia: I used to watch a lot of television when I was little. I liked the lines I had to learn that I thought I should go to bed early.
watching cartoons, of course, but also comedy shows – even Hannah: Don’t worry. Of course you had to rehearse for the show,
when I didn’t understand why everyone was laughing! My and I’m glad you managed to remember all your lines. Did you get
favourite TV programmes were the ones about nature. Most the ‘good luck’ card from Karen?
people find it exciting to watch the big animals, like the lions and Ben: Oh, I thought that was from your mum.
tigers, but I used to like finding out about beetles and spiders. Hannah: No, the flowers were from my mum. She bought them at
Everybody ignores them because they’re small and ugly, but I the market.
think they’re fascinating! Once, I decided to keep a centipede in Ben: They were lovely. What did you get for your birthday?
a jar in the greenhouse so that I could watch it. I didn’t realise Hannah: Money, mainly. But look at the beautiful silver bracelet I
that it wouldn’t be able to breathe. It died and I was really angry got from your sister.
with myself. My parents bought a dog, called Rex, so I grew Ben: That’s nice! Lucy always chooses good presents.
more interested in dogs. We kept Rex in the house, not in the
greenhouse. He lived for a long time! Answers
2  G  3  B  4  F  5  D  6  A
Answers
2  C  3  A  4  B  5  C  6  C Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
Marks (Listening)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 4 Read, choose and write the words.
2 Listen and tick (✔) the boxes.  $ CD5 29 • The children read the definitions and write the correct
words from the box.
• The children listen to the CD and for each section put a
tick by the correct picture. Answers
2  needle and thread  3  prawns  4  raspberry 
Tapescript
5  mosquito  6  oxygen tank
1 Anna: I’d love a cup of tea. Could you get the kettle out of the
box? Marks (REading)
Bill: I can’t remember which box it’s in. But I’ve found the tea! 5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
2 Gina: You’ve done really well, Carla. You’ve used all the wool and
you’ve made a beautiful jumper with it. 5 Read, choose and write the words.
Carla: Yes, but I think it’s too wide. • The children read and complete the text with words from
3 David: Are you all right, Sally? Have you got a cold? the box.

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answers   3 What kind of person are you?
2  asked  3  intelligent  4  used to  5  done  6  mustn’t   4 What did you have for dinner last night?
  5 What kind of sports / activities do you do in your free
Marks (READING)
time?
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
  6 How often do you do that sport / those sports?
6 Read and write Right, Wrong or Doesn’t say.   7 Have you ever been camping?
  8 What’s the best holiday you’ve ever had?
• The children read the text. They write Right, Wrong or
  9 What kind of TV programmes do you like best?
Doesn’t say for each sentence describing it, depending on
10 What do you do to help your parents in the house?
whether the sentence is correct, is incorrect or refers to
details not mentioned in the text. Answers
Children’s own answers
Answers
2  Right  3  Wrong  4  Doesn’t say  5  Wrong  6  Right Marks (speaking)
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5
Marks (READING)
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 11 Look. Ask and answer questions.
7 Write sentences. • Test the children in pairs while the rest of the class work
quietly. Print out one worksheet for each pair, cutting out
• The children write the words in the correct order to make the cards. Hand A Your questions to Student A and B
sentences.
Your answers to Student B. Tell the children that a hotel
Answers is reopening soon and that Student A doesn’t know
2 I haven’t visited the house where Uncle Dan lived. anything about it. He/She asks Student B for information
3 You don’t have to come if you don’t feel well. using the question prompts. Student B answers using
4 We haven’t got enough noodles to make this meal. the information on the card. They should both use full
5 People won’t want to live on a planet like Mars. question and sentence forms. Once they have done this,
6 Why is there too much salt in this soup? they swap roles. Say that this time A has information
about a different hotel and B will ask questions to find
Marks (Writing)
out the details. Hand out the new prompt cards: A Your
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer
answers and B Your questions.
8 Read, choose and write the words. Answers
• The children read and complete the text, choosing from A questions, B answers
the three options given each time. 1 Is the hotel near the sea? Yes, it’s beside the Pentland Beach.
2 Do all the rooms have a sea-view? No, only half / ten of the
Answers
rooms have a sea-view / view of the sea.
2  because  3  have to  4  I’ve just made  5  about  3 Do the rooms have computers? / Are there computers in
6  enough the rooms? No, they don’t. / No, there are phones but there
Marks (WRITING) aren’t computers.
5 marks: 1 mark for each correct answer 4 Is it possible to make tea in the room? Yes, each room has a
kettle.
9 Read and write a reply (25–30 words). 5 What services does the hotel offer? It has a beauty salon and
• The children read the note from a friend and write a reply, a golf course.
answering the questions. They should aim for 25–30 Marks (speaking)
words. 5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer
Answers Answers
Children’s own answers B questions, A answers
Marks (writing) 1 Who was the owner in the past? The composer William
5 marks: an impression mark out of 5 James Nash was the owner / used to own it.
2 Is the hotel in a rural or urban setting? It’s in a rural setting, in
10 Talk about your topic using your topic form. the middle of a large park.
• The children need to prepare a topic (see the Topic Form 3 What can you do outdoors / is there to do outdoors? You can
pdf at the end of the Test pdf section on the CD-ROM). relax in the gardens and/or admire the mosaics and tiles in
They should choose a topic that is of personal interest the courtyard.
to them. It does not need to be a topic that they have 4 Is there a big library? Yes, the library has over 2000 books,
studied in English. Use the sections of the topic form to ranging from new graphic novels to old atlases.
ask the child questions. 5 How can you find out more information? You can find out
• As an alternative to the topic presentation, ask the more information from the hotel website.
following questions: Marks (speaking)
  1 What are your favourite subjects? 5 marks per child: 1 mark for each correct question/answer
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