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Audio Practices Tests Plus A1 Movers (second Edition) · Audio Cambridge Kids Box second Edition ( all levels) · Share Flashcards Starters ...Audio Practices Tests Plus A1 Movers (second Edition) · Audio Cambridge Kids Box second Edition ( all levels) · Share Flashcards Starters ... Cambridge English Qualifications Pre A1 Starters Practice Tests Plus Teacher’s Guide Second Edition Teaching not just testing Rosemary Aravanis with Elaine Boyd F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 CVR Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299 IFC.indd 18/01/2018 13:22 Pearson Education Limited KAO Two KAO Park Harlow Essex CM17 9NA England and Associated Companies throughout the world pearsonELT.com/practicetestsplus © Pearson Education Limited 2018 First edition text by Rosemary Aravanis Second edition prepared by Elaine Boyd All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior written permission of the Publishers Typeset by Hart McLeod Ltd Cover Image reproduced here by permission of Cambridge ESOL This image is drawn from the CYLE Tests Sample Papers, published by Cambridge ESOL, 2006 The 1st edition author has asserted her moral right in accordance with Section 77 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 First published 2012 Second edition 2018 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 978 292 24029 Printed in UK, by CPI Note from the publisher Pearson has robust editorial processes, including answer and fact checks, to ensure the accuracy of the content in this publication, and every effort is made to ensure this publication is free of errors We are, however, only human, and occasionally errors occur Pearson is not liable for any misunderstandings that arise as a result of errors in this publication, but it is our priority to ensure that the content is accurate If you spot an error, please contact us at resourcescorrections@pearson.com so we can make sure it is corrected F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 Contents Introduction�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������4 Teacher’s Notes   Test 1����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������8   Test 2��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29   Test 3��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45   Test 4��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������61   Test 5��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������77 Photocopiable worksheets�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������93 Pre A1 Starters grammar and structures list������������������������������������������������������������107 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list���������������������������������������������������������������108 F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 Introduction The Young Learners Practice Tests Plus series is aimed at students aged 7–12 years who are preparing for the Cambridge English Qualifications for young learners It consists of three levels: Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers The exams are suitable for students of all nationalities whose first language is not English, whatever their cultural background They cover all four language skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking – and include a range of tasks which assess candidates’ ability to use and communicate effectively in English All candidates who complete their exam receive an award, which focuses not on what they can’t but on what they can The award certificate has a shield score boundary which outlines individual attainment The Young Learners exams are aligned with the Common European Framework of References for Language, at levels A1 and A2 They also provide an appropriate first step towards the main Cambridge English Qualifications for Schools (Key for Schools and Preliminary for Schools) ■■ Components The components of Young Learners Practice Tests Plus are: • The Student’s Book, which contains five practice tests Each test is divided into three sections: Listening, Reading & Writing and Speaking Teachers may wish to use some of the tests as classroom practice activities before doing the others under exam conditions • The Teacher’s Guide, which contains an overview and teaching tips for each part of the test; reduced pages of the Student’s Book with embedded answers in place; Teaching guidelines for each test; a Speaking frame for each test giving procedures and language to use in each speaking test; 14 photocopiable worksheets with Teacher’s Notes; Cambridge English Qualifications for young learners grammar, structures and vocabulary lists Test of each level has suggested warm-up activities and worksheets Teachers can choose when to use these: with Test 1 only or throughout all five tests • The Digital Resources, which includes the audio for the Listening tests, the audioscripts, a video of Speaking test and video transcripts The video of the Speaking test in the Digital Resources, together with the Speaking frame in the Teacher’s Guide, are designed to give teachers a detailed example of how to go about providing students with realistic practice for the Speaking exam ■■ Pre A1 Starters Listening Exam Overview Parts (20 minutes) What is the skills focus? What does the child do? (5 questions) Listening for names and descriptions Draws lines to match names to people in a picture (5 questions) Listening for numbers and spelling Writes numbers and names (5 questions) Listening for specific information Ticks the correct box under the picture (5 questions) Listening for words, colours and prepositions Locates objects in a picture, colours correctly and writes a word Guidance Part • Students need to know the range of children’s names they are likely to encounter in the exam (Boys: Dan, Alex, Ben, Bill, Hugo, Mark, Matt, Nick, Pat, Sam and Tom Girls: Grace, Alice, Anna, Eva, Jill, Kim, Lucy, May and Sue.) • Students should look at the picture(s) before they begin the questions They should be encouraged to predict how each character may be described • Students need to know that they will hear descriptions of people’s clothes and physical appearance as well as comments on what the people are doing Part • Students only need to write a name or a number for each answer • Students need to know the range of children’s names they are likely to encounter in the exam • All the names come from the Pre A1 Starters vocabulary list (see pages 108–112) and they will be spelt out • Students need plenty of practice with the names of letters of the alphabet (they will need to listen and copy them down) • Students should be encouraged to write numbers as digits as any spelling mistakes will be penalised Students will only hear numbers 1–20 They should be given plenty of practice hearing and recognising numbers  Introduction F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 Introduction Part • This part covers a wide range of grammar and vocabulary (appropriate to this level) Make sure the vocabulary and structures in the Pre A1 Starters syllabus (see pages 107–112) have been well covered on the course • Students should listen to the whole dialogue before choosing an answer as the answer may be in several parts of the dialogue Part • Students need to have their coloured pencils ready for this • Students need to know the range of colours used (black, blue, brown, green, grey, orange, pink, purple, red, yellow, white) • Students have to listen carefully to identify which object in the picture is being described Teaching Tips General • Make sure students know what’s expected of them in each part Read the instructions and listen to the example Pause to check students understand • Always allow students to listen to the recording twice (each recording appears twice in the audio) If necessary with the first two or three tests, play the recording a third time • When checking answers, make use of the audioscript Give students a copy of it and then play the recording again Students listen and read to check their answers Part • Make sure students can recognise the names in the Pre A1 Starters vocabulary list • Give students plenty of practice understanding and using verbs for activities, colours and clothes • Before they listen, ask students to name all the objects in the picture Part • Before they listen, read the questions together Make sure they know what type of answer they should write (i.e a name or a number) • After they listen, check students’ handwriting Is it legible? If not, give students more handwriting practice Part • Give students time to look at the pictures before they listen If there are people in the pictures, they could say who they may be, where they are and what they are doing Check students know the names of the items in the pictures • Take this opportunity to revise or pre-teach any words they may need to know, e.g mango, pineapple, etc • After they listen, ask students to describe one or two pictures Part • Before they listen, check students have the correct coloured pencils with them Check the colours by saying them and asking students to lift the corresponding pencil • Check that they know the name of the items in the picture • Ask them to predict what colour they think each item might be • Check students can spell simple words correctly • After they listen, check that students have chosen the correct colours and items to colour ■■ Pre A1 Starters Reading & Writing Exam Overview Parts (20 minutes) What is the skills focus? What does the child do? (5 questions) Reading sentences and recognising words Ticks or crosses to show a sentence is true or false (5 questions) Reading sentences about a picture Writing oneword answers Writes yes / no (5 questions) Spelling of words Writes words (5 questions) Reading a text and writing missing words Chooses and copies missing words correctly Writes one5 (5 questions) Reading questions about word answers a picture story to questions and answering by writing one word answers Introduction  F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 5 24/01/2018 15:42 Introduction Guidance Part • Encourage students to read the sentences and look at the pictures carefully • Make sure their ticks look like ticks and their crosses like crosses Give students practice marking sentences with ticks and crosses Part • Give students practice matching yes or no sentences with pictures • Make sure students are familiar with common action verbs, e.g run, ride, walk, play, throw, sing, etc • Make sure they understand the meaning of different prepositions, e.g in versus on Part • Give students practice writing the words in the Pre A1 Starters vocabulary list Deciphering anagrams can be useful • Highlight common letter patterns in words, e.g. tt, ck, ou, er, ight Part • Tell students to read the whole text first to get a general idea of what it is about • Students should read the whole sentence before choosing the right word for the gap They should then read the completed sentence to see if it makes sense • Remind students that the word they choose needs to fit grammatically Part • Encourage students to look at the pictures carefully • Check they know the names of the objects in the pictures • Students should not use more than one word in each gap Teaching Tips General • Make sure students know what’s expected of them in each part: read the instructions and the example and check students understand • Marks are often lost because letters and / or words are not written clearly Students should check that their handwriting is clear and they should be given plenty of handwriting practice Encourage them to print rather than use joinedup writing, which can be unclear • Tell students to write only as much as is needed in each gap Marks can be lost when students attempt to write more than is necessary, as it often leads to more mistakes being made • Teach your young students to manage their time well Set time limits in class so that they can experience the limited time of the exam This will help students concentrate and be less distracted by other things • Make sure students are familiar with the structures and vocabulary in the Pre A1 Starters syllabus (see pages 107–112) Part • Go through the examples together Get students to correct the sentences so that they are true Part • Before they read the questions, ask students some questions about the picture, e.g How many birds can you see? What colour are they? • Go through the examples together Ask students to find evidence in the picture to justify the answers • Encourage students to read the sentences carefully and to look very closely at the picture before deciding on an answer Remind them that the sentence must be completely true for the answer to be yes Part • Read the instructions carefully and go through the example with the class • Tell students that each dash represents a letter in the word • After students write their answers, check their handwriting Part • Ask students to read the text quickly for the gist Tell them to ignore the gaps • Without looking at the options and pictures, ask students to guess which word could go in each gap This will help them choose the right word when they see the options • When they have finished, students should read the completed text to see if it makes sense Part • Before reading the sentences, ask students to say what’s happening in the pictures They can this in their own language • Go through the examples together as a class • Check answers after each section Ask students to point to the part of the picture that contains the answer  Introduction F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 Introduction ■■ Pre A1 Starters Speaking Exam Overview Parts What is the skills (3–5 minutes) focus? Understanding and following spoken instructions What does the child do? Points to the correct part of the picture Places object cards on the scene picture correctly Understanding and Answers answering spoken questions about questions scene picture with short answers Understanding and Answers answering spoken questions about questions three object cards with short answers Understanding Answers and responding to personal personal questions questions with short answers Guidance Part • Students should be given practice identifying people, animals and objects in different pictures They only need to point in response to questions such as Where’s the table? Where’s the elephant? • Students should be given practice placing smaller pictures (object cards) in different positions on a larger picture (the scene picture) They need to learn how to follow instructions such as Put the clock on the table • Students need to be familiar with prepositions of place as well as the nouns in the pictures Part • Students are only expected to give short answers to the questions, e.g How many birds are there? Three / Three birds / There are three birds are all acceptable answers Part • Students will need to answer questions about objects in pictures Only simple answers of one or two words are expected • Students will need to answer questions about themselves, too, e.g What is this? (a bike) Have you got a bike? What colour is your bike? Part • Students need to be familiar with personal questions on topics such as names, age, family, friends, school, hobbies • Again, if they not understand a question encourage them to ask you to repeat Teaching Tips General • Make sure students know what’s expected of them in each part They should know that they are required to follow instructions, point or to talk in a very simple way about different pictures and to answer simple questions about themselves • Use English in class as much as possible Students should be familiar with everyday classroom instructions Teach them how to say Sorry or I don’t understand when appropriate • Make sure students are able to use Hello, Goodbye and Thank you • Give students practice following instructions like Look at …, Give …, Put …, Find … • Work as a class and give students plenty of practice doing each type of task • Make sure students are familiar with the structures and vocabulary in the Pre A1 Starters syllabus Part • Make sure students know the names of the items in the scene picture and the object cards Ask them some questions, e.g Where’s the tree? etc Part • Make sure students know that they are required to pick up the object card as directed and listen for the instruction of where to put the object card on the scene picture • Practice prepositions of place by giving students more instructions where to put each object card, e.g Put the clock on the table Now put the clock under the chair etc Part • Make sure students are given plenty of practice answering questions about a picture, e.g How many birds are there? What is the cat doing? Parts and • Make sure students are given plenty of practice answering questions about an object and about themselves, e.g What is this? (It’s a bike) What colour is it? (It’s green) Have you got a bike? (yes) • Give them plenty of practice answering questions about themselves, their families and friends, their homes, their school, their free-time activities and their likes and dislikes, e.g How old are you? What’s your mum’s name? Can you ride a bike? etc Introduction  F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 7 24/01/2018 15:42 Test Test Listening Listening Part questions Listening Part Listen and draw lines There is one example In this part, students listen and match names to people Alex Eva Hugo Lucy ■■ Warm-up Activity Aim: To practise activities Materials: TG p93 Worksheet Procedure Give out the worksheets Point to picture Ask What’s the girl doing? (Sitting on a chair.) Repeat with the other pictures Point to each picture again and get students to expand, e.g She’s sitting on a chair Get students to repeat whole sentences Students work individually to look at the pictures and match them to the correct activities Ask them to compare their answers in pairs Check answers with the class Answer Key sitting working reading looking out Tom playing watching sleeping Activity Aim: To practise following descriptions of what people are doing Materials: Books, writing materials, etc (note the activity is mostly mime) Procedure Ask one student to ‘do’ an activity (e.g sitting, writing, reading) Ask the class what he / she is doing Ask another student to mime an activity; the rest of the class guesses what he / she is doing You can put a list of activity verbs on the board Sue Sam Test 1, Listening Part Put students into pairs, or groups of three, and ask them to take turns miming and guessing Extension Give out copies of Worksheet 12 (page 104) and ask questions, e.g What’s the man doing? etc ■■ Do the test Materials: SB page 5, Audio 1.1 Ask students to turn to SB page Point to each of the people in the picture in turn and ask What’s he / she doing? Get different students to answer, e.g She’s sitting on the floor Ask students to name all the items in the picture, e.g computer, cat, sofa, chair Play the first part of Audio 1.1 Go through the example Play the rest of the recording Students draw lines to match the people with the names Let students listen to the recording again Check answers Test 1, Listening Part M01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 26/03/2018 13:30 Listening Audioscript 1.1 R = Rubric F = Female adult Mch = Male child R Look at Part One Now look at the picture Listen and look There is one example F Alex, Alex – where are you? Mch I’m in my bedroom with my friends F What are you doing, Alex? Mch I’m playing on my computer R Can you see the line? This is an example Now you listen and draw lines One F How many friends are there? Mch Five! What are they doing? F Mch Lucy is here She’s sleeping on the sofa F Sleeping?! Mch Yes, Lucy likes sleeping! Four R Mch And my new friend, Hugo, is here F What’s Hugo doing? Mch Erm, he’s standing on a chair looking out of the window! F Oh dear! Ask him to get down Mch OK R F Five Is Sue there? I know she likes our cat Mch Yes Sue is sitting on the floor playing with the cat Now listen to Part One R again Answer Key ➤ SB page RTwo F Is your friend Sam there? Mch Yes He’s sitting on the sofa and watching television F Sam watches television a lot! R Three Mch And Eva is here She’s reading a book Is it your book? F Mch Yes, reading is Eva’s favourite hobby Test 1, Listening Part 1  M01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 9 26/03/2018 13:30 Worksheet 98 Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 98 © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable  Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 99 99 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 100 horse eyes hat baby cake clock radio shell   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 100 © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable  Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 101 101 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 10 102   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 102 © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 11 Read and write the missing words Monkeys trees Monkeys live in the with their family and friends Monkeys are fun They can run and jump with their long (1) They eat fruit but (2) are their favourite food Lots of monkeys are small but they have long (3) They are brown or orange and have big (4) (5) They have ten fingers and ten , like people Monkeys are very funny! Computers Computers are in a school or in a (1) table or a (2) They sit on a Children sit in front of them All the (3) of the alphabet are on a computer (4) they can play (5) can learn from them or on them letters desk games house children © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable  Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 103 103 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 12 104   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 104 © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 13 Look and write the word Write your own answers Ask a friend a b What are these? They’re What’s this?  Are you wearing   It’s a ? Have you got a   ?  What colour are your  ?  What’s your favourite animal?  c d What’s this? What’s this? It’s  Do you like   It’s a ? Have you got a   What you have for breakfast? Where’s your    in your house?  © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable  Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 105 ? 105 24/01/2018 16:11 Worksheet 14 What’s your name? What’s your favourite food? How old are you? Is your bedroom big or small? Have you got any brothers or sisters? What you like doing in your bedroom? How many brothers or sisters have you got? Can you play table tennis? How many people are in your family? Do you like playing sport? What’s your favourite toy? What sport you play? What’s your favourite colour? Do you like watching TV? Do you like fruit? When you watch TV? What’s your favourite fruit? Have you got a bike? Do you like chips? What’s your best friend’s name? 106   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 106 © Pearson Education Limited 2018 Photocopiable 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters grammar and structures list Nouns Singular and plural including irregular plural forms, countable and uncountable and names Would you like an orange? Lemons are yellow Pat has six mice I eat rice for lunch Anna is my friend Adjectives Including possessive adjectives He’s a small boy His name is Bill Determiners It’s a banana This is an apple Put the hat on the boy’s head I want some milk These books are blue Pronouns Including demonstrative, personal and possessive interrogative pronouns and ‘one’ This is my car Can you see me? Which is Anna? Yes, please I’d like one This is mine! Is that yours? Verbs (Positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms including contractions) Present simple Nick is happy I don’t like eggs Eat your lunch! Is that your sister? Yes, it is Present continuous (not with future reference) What are you doing? The cat’s sleeping Can for ability The baby can wave Can for requests / permission Can I have some birthday cake? Have (got) – for possession Have you got a pen? She hasn’t got a dog Adverbs I’m colouring it now My grandma lives here She lives here too Conjunctions I’ve got a pen and a pencil Prepositions of place Put the clock next to the picture We go to school in the morning Question words Who is that man? Where is Alex? Impersonal you How you spell that? Have + obj + inf Lucy has a book to read ing forms as nouns Swimming is good Let’s Let’s go to the zoo Like + v + ing I like swimming There is / there are There is a monkey in the tree There are some books on the table Would like + v or n I would like some grapes Would you like to colour that ball? Happy Birthday You’re eight today! Happy Birthday! Here you are Would you like an apple? Yes, please Here you are Me too I like football Me too So I I love hippos So I story about + ing This is a story about playing football What (a/an) + adj + n What a good dog! What beautiful fish! What now? Put the egg in the box OK! The egg is in the box What now? 107   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 107 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list Grammatical Key adj adjective adv adverb conj conjunction det determiner ball n brown adj balloon n burger n banana n bus n baseball n but conj baseball cap n bye excl basketball n dis discourse marker bat (as sports equipment) n C excl exclamation bath n cake n int interrogative bathroom n camera n n noun be v can v poss possessive beach n candy (UK sweet(s)) n prep preposition bean n car n pron pronoun bear n carrot n v verb beautiful adj cat n bed n catch (e.g a ball) v bedroom n chair n bee n chicken n behind prep child/children n between prep chips (US fries) n big adj chocolate n bike n choose v bird n clap v birthday n class n black adj classmate n blue adj classroom n board n clean adj + v board game n clock n boat n close v body n closed adj book n clothes n bookcase n coconut n bookshop n colour (US color) n + v boots n come v at prep of place bounce v complete v box n computer n B boy n cool adj bread n Cool! excl breakfast n correct adj brother n count v A a det about prep add v afternoon n again adv alien n alphabet n an det and conj angry adj animal n answer n + v apartment (UK flat) n apple n arm n armchair n ask v baby n badminton n bag n 108   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 108 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list cousin n F goodbye excl cow n face n grandfather n crayon n family n grandma n crocodile n fantastic adj grandmother n cross n + v Fantastic! excl grandpa n cupboard n father n grape n favourite (US favorite) adj gray (UK grey) adj D find v great adj + excl dad n fish (s + pl) n green adj fishing n grey (US gray) adj flat (US apartment) n guitar n day n desk n dining room n dinner n floor n flower n H fly v hair n food n hall n foot/feet n hand n football (US soccer) n handbag n for prep happy adj friend n hat n fries (UK chips) n have v frog n have got v from prep he pron fruit n head n drink n + v fun adj + n helicopter n drive v funny adj hello excl dirty adj v dog n doll n donkey n don’t worry excl door n double adj draw v drawing n dress n her poss adj + pron duck n G here adv E game n hers pron ear n garden n Hi! excl eat v get v him pron egg n giraffe n hippo n elephant n girl n his poss adj + pron end n give v hit v English adj + n glasses n hobby n enjoy v go v hockey n eraser (UK rubber) n go to bed v hold v evening n go to sleep v home n + adv example n goat n Hooray! excl eye n good adj horse n 109   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 109 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list house n lime n Mr title how int line n Mrs title how many int listen v mum n how old int live v music n living room n my poss adj I lizard n I pron long adj N ice cream n look v name n in prep of place + time look at v new adj in front of prep lorry (US truck) n next to prep it pron a lot adv + pron nice adj its poss adj + pron a lot of det night n lots adv + pron no adv + det J lots of det nose n jacket n love v not adv jeans n lunch n now adv number n jellyfish n juice n M jump v make v O man/men n of prep K mango n oh dis keyboard (computer) n many det oh dear excl kick v mat n OK adj + dis kid n me pron old adj kitchen n me too dis on prep of place kite n meat n one det + pron kiwi n meatballs n onion n know v milk n open adj + v mine pron or conj L mirror n orange adj + n lamp n Miss title our poss adj learn v monkey n ours pron leg n monster n lemon n morning n P lemonade n mother n page n lesson n motorbike n paint n + v let’s v mouse/mice n painting n letter (as in alphabet) n mouse (computer) n paper adj + n like prep + v mouth n pardon int 110   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 110 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list park n robot n so dis part n room n soccer (UK football) n pea n rubber (US eraser) n sock n pear n rug n sofa n pen n ruler n some det pencil n run v song n sorry adj + int person/people n pet n S spell v phone n + v sad adj spider n photo n sand n sport n piano n sausage n stand v pick up v say v start v picture n scary adj stop v pie n school n store (UK shop) n pineapple n sea n story n pink adj see v street n plane n See you! excl sun n play v sentence n sweet(s) (US candy) n playground n she pron swim v please dis sheep (s + pl) n point v shell n T polar bear n ship n table n poster n shirt n table tennis n potato n shoe n tablet n purple adj shop (US store) n tail n put v short adj take a photo/picture v shorts n talk v Q show v teacher n question n silly adj teddy (bear) n sing v television/TV n R sister n tell v radio n sit v tennis n read v skateboard n tennis racket n really adv skateboarding n thank you dis red adj skirt n thanks dis rice n sleep v that det + pron ride v small adj the det right dis smile n + v their poss adj right (as in correct) adj snake n theirs pron 111   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 111 24/01/2018 16:11 Pre A1 Starters alphabetic vocabulary list them pron water n Letters & Numbers then dis watermelon n there adv wave v these det + pron we pron Candidates will be expected to understand and write the letters of the alphabet and numbers 1–20 they pron wear v thing n well dis this det + pron well done dis those det + pron what int throw v where int tick n + v which int tiger n white adj to prep who int today adv + n whose int tomato n window n too adv with prep toy n woman/women n train n word n tree n would like v trousers n wow! excl’ truck (UK lorry) n try n + v X T-shirt n (No words at this level) TV/television n Y U year n ugly adj yellow adj under prep yes adv understand v you pron us pron young adj Names Candidates will be expected to recognise and write the following names: Alex Alice Anna Ben Bill Dan Eva Grace Hugo Jill Kim Lucy Mark Matt May (as in girl’s name) Nick Pat Sam Sue Tom your poss adj V yours pron very adv Z W zebra n zoo n walk v wall n want v watch n + v 112   Z01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 112 24/01/2018 16:11 ... list���������������������������������������������������������������108 F01 Aravanis Starters 02 TG Pre A1 40299.indd 24/01/2018 15:42 Introduction The Young Learners Practice Tests Plus series is aimed at students aged 7–12 years who are preparing for the Cambridge... 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