The Big Challenge

Die Lösungen

Alle Antworten auf vorherige Wettbewerbsfragen

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  • Thanks.
  • Yes, I am.
  • I'm Maggy.
  • London.
  • Thank you.
  • No, I'm not.
  • Please.
  • Sorry.
  • It's a chair.
  • It's here.
  • It's at school.
  • It's a table.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • Help!
  • Where are you?
  • Stand up!
  • Come in!
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • I'm Peter.
  • I'm not very well.
  • I'm twelve.
  • I'm at school.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • Yes, I love it.
  • Yes, please.
  • No, I don't.
  • No, thank you.
  • Eleven.
  • Twenty.
  • Twelve.
  • Eight.
  • I'm at school.
  • I'm English.
  • I'm in the kitchen.
  • I'm fine.
  • Four children.
  • Two girls.
  • A man and a dog.
  • A family.
  • Next to the cup.
  • On the blackboard.
  • In front of the books.
  • Under the table.
  • White.
  • Grey.
  • Yellow.
  • Pink.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • glasses, neck, feet
  • eyes, legs, fingers
  • ears, nose, mouth
  • hair, arms, teeth
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • clouds, knives, chairs
  • beds, scissors, lights
  • roads, pens, shelves
  • bookcases, maps, rulers
Listen. What's the man's name?
  • Davyes
  • Davies
  • Devais
  • Daveis
Listen to a boy and his sister. What can you say about her?
  • She's tired.
  • She's angry.
  • She wants to watch TV.
  • She's in bed.
Listen to the conversation. What can the woman say now?
  • Come back!
  • Go away!
  • Come on!
  • Get off!
  • At home.
  • In a museum.
  • In the street.
  • In a taxi.
Listen. What can the boy ask now?
  • Where does it go?
  • What does it play?
  • Does it work?
  • Do you like my train?
  • Don't worry.
  • You're welcome.
  • It doesn't matter.
  • That's nice of you.
Listen. A shop assistant is talking to a customer. What is he talking about?
  • Shirts.
  • Phones.
  • Ice cream.
  • Exercise books.
Listen. What's the word?
  • we
  • why
  • way
  • what
Listen and find the word that rhymes.
  • rose
  • dolls
  • boss
  • lose
Listen. What three words can you hear?
  • hot, chips, day
  • at, cheap, they
  • hat, ships, they
  • hat, sheep, say
  • North.
  • East.
  • South.
  • West.
  • Big Ben.
  • Buckingham Palace.
  • The Tower of London.
  • The Houses of Parliament.
We are …… holiday at the moment.
  • at
  • on
  • have
  • in
…… quiet, children, please!
  • Be
  • You
  • Are
  • No
My sister's very clever. She …… speak four languages.
  • is
  • want
  • can
  • has
…… your school …… gym?
  • Does …… got a
  • Are …… have a
  • Have …… a
  • Has …… got a
On Saturday afternoons in the summer, Dan and Mike …… tennis.
  • doesn't play
  • sometimes plays
  • watch usually
  • often play
…… bag ……? It's not mine.
  • Does this …… be yours
  • Is this …… of you
  • Who's this …… here?
  • Whose …… is this
Who has got an e-bike?
  • David's father.
  • David's mother.
  • David.
  • David and his father.
Mr Wilkins …… .
  • has got an orange and black car
  • hasn't got a car
  • goes to work by e-bike every day
  • drives to work when the weather's bad
…… think e-bikes are dangerous, but …… doesn't.
  • Mrs Wilkins and Raj …… David
  • Raj and Eva …… David
  • Eva and Mr Wilkins …… Raj
  • Mrs Wilkins and Eva …… Mr Wilkins
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • Mr Wilkins drives to work when the weather's bad.
  • Eva thinks e-bikes are better for the environment than cars.
  • David would like an e-bike for his birthday.
  • David's father uses his e-bike even when it's cold and wet.
What is Grayston Court?
  • A village.
  • A castle.
  • A playground.
  • A new house.
Grayston Court is …… .
  • near the sea
  • about 400 miles from London
  • about a mile from London
  • in Scotland
…… the castle.
  • You can visit all the rooms in
  • The playground isn't near
  • You can't go inside
  • There is a café and a shop in
Young children like visiting Grayston Court because …… .
  • they can play with the animals in the castle
  • there is a very big zoo in the gardens
  • they can visit a zoo and play in the gardens
  • they can see dangerous animals at the zoo
Find the true sentence.
  • If a little girl wants to play in the adventure playground, she must pay £5.
  • A boy and his parents must pay £15 to go inside the castle.
  • The castle café is open for two hours every day.
  • In the summer, the castle is open seven hours a day, six days a week.
Find the photo that is not associated with Britain.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
On 25th December, a lot of British families finish their lunch or dinner with Christmas ……, a traditional hot dessert.
  • soup
  • pudding
  • turkey
  • cracker
When English children are 11, they go to …… .
  • university
  • college
  • secondary school
  • preschool
Find the word that is not associated with the Internet.
  • web
  • dot
  • tail
  • link
William …… his homework …… .
  • is doing …… in the evenings
  • forgets to do …… this evening
  • usually does …… after dinner
  • isn't doing …… every evening
The "ea" in “……” has the same sound as the vowel in “her”.
  • wearing
  • early
  • heavy
  • easy
What can you see in this photo?
  • food, cafeteria, keys
  • wall, carrots, nurse
  • vegetables, lunch, floor
  • field, window, plate

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  • Thanks.
  • Yes, it is.
  • John.
  • London.
  • I'm thirteen.
  • Yes, I am.
  • Very well, thank you.
  • Not too bad.
  • It's a guitar.
  • I can play.
  • I'm playing the guitar.
  • I like music.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • Yellow.
  • Pink.
  • Green.
  • Blue.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • You're there.
  • Look at me.
  • It's over there.
  • It isn't here.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
Listen. A man is spelling his name. What is it?
  • Jastrill
  • Gastrell
  • Gestail
  • Jastrewl
  • On top of the book.
  • In the cup.
  • Under the book.
  • Near the book.
  • 570
  • 507
  • 517
  • 573
  • No, it isn't.
  • This is.
  • Who's that?
  • She's here.
  • I'm by my taxi.
  • I'm a taxi driver.
  • I'm waiting for a passenger.
  • I'm at work.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • It's too big.
  • It's too expensive.
  • It's too small.
  • Mike doesn't like it.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
  • Did you get good marks in your English test, Bill?
  • Would you like some more spaghetti, Bill?
  • What's your English teacher like, Bill?
  • Did you finish your homework, Bill?
  • She went to bed very early.
  • She went to bed late after a party.
  • She had a party last night.
  • It was difficult to sleep because of her neighbours' party.
  • ticket, audience, field
  • movie, farm, pay
  • curtain, exit, seat
  • poster, lights, castle
Listen. What can the man say now?
  • I don't ring Anna.
  • You're making a mistake.
  • I've got the wrong number.
  • Anna doesn't have my number.
Listen. Where are they?
  • In a shop.
  • At a train station.
  • At an airport.
  • In the street.
  • Pick it up!
  • Take it out!
  • Put it down!
  • Don't drop them!
  • It's not my fault.
  • It doesn't matter.
  • I'm really angry.
  • That was nice of you.
Listen to two people in a car. The woman is angry because the man …… .
  • turned left after the school
  • didn't turn left after the school
  • didn't turn right
  • turned left before the school
Listen. What can the boy say now?
  • I was too.
  • I didn't think.
  • So did I.
  • Yes, it wasn't too hard.
Listen. What's the woman talking about?
  • A scooter.
  • A mobile phone.
  • A washing machine.
  • A coat.
Listen. What's the word?
  • wears
  • was
  • worse
  • whose
Listen and find the word that rhymes.
  • bill
  • sail
  • meal
  • fell
Listen. What three words can you hear?
  • foot, hid, wet
  • fruit, hide, want
  • food, hide, wait
  • food, height, white
  • The Prime Minister.
  • The Premier Minister.
  • The First Minister.
  • The Head Minister.
  • Mary
  • Elizabeth
  • Catherine
  • Victoria
Bob …… video games in the evening.
  • are playing
  • going to
  • often plays
  • like to play
…… you …… to my birthday party?
  • Do …… go
  • Can …… come
  • Have …… got
  • Is …… going
There …… any chicken on the menu today.
  • aren't
  • have got
  • isn't
  • hasn't
My sister is taller …… I am.
  • that
  • than
  • as
  • more
“Did Jack …… to school by bus today?” “No, he walked.”
  • come
  • ran
  • came
  • went
Frank and Sally …… on the grass when the rain started. “Oh no!” said Frank. “Let's go!”
  • went and sat
  • had lunch
  • were having a picnic
  • catch some fish
This email is from Carole to her …… .
  • sister
  • mother
  • niece
  • daughter
What do you know about Carole and Patrick?
  • They live in a house in London.
  • They're going to move to London.
  • They're going to buy a new house.
  • Patrick's new job isn't in London.
Carole and Patrick …… .
  • aren't going to keep any of their furniture
  • want to keep all of their modern furniture
  • are going to sell some of their furniture online
  • don't need any furniture in the new flat
Find the true sentence.
  • Carole wants to give her old furniture to her friends and family.
  • If Jennifer likes the sofa, it won't cost her anything.
  • Carole thinks Jennifer will like the sofa because it's modern and very cheap.
  • Carole hopes that Jennifer will want to buy the sofa, even though it's not new.
What do you know about Jessica and William?
  • They are schoolfriends.
  • They live in the same street.
  • They are brother and sister.
  • They like the same things.
This morning, Jessica …… .
  • came to William's house
  • saw William's parents
  • worked on a project at home
  • and William finished their project
William …… .
  • usually goes to a pizza restaurant for lunch
  • doesn't often cook lunch when he's alone
  • always has pizza for lunch when his parents aren't there
  • never has pizza for lunch on Saturdays
William didn't …… .
  • cook any potatoes
  • order a pizza today because Jessica doesn't like pizza
  • cook the steak very well, so Jessica didn't like it
  • know that Jessica doesn't eat meat
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • When Jessica left, she needed to change her clothes.
  • Jessica didn't have anything for lunch at William's house.
  • Jessica and William didn't do any work in the afternoon.
  • When the accident happened, Jessica said, “Oh no! Look at my clothes!”.
Each country that is part of the United Kingdom has its own flag. Find the flag of England.
  • A
  • C
  • B
  • D
Manchester and Liverpool are big cities in the north of ……. .
  • Wales
  • England
  • Scotland
  • Ireland
Ferries go across the …… Channel from Dover in south-east England to Calais in France. It's only 33 kilometres.
  • Atlantic
  • Euro
  • North Sea
  • English
How many …… that computer …… ?
  • did …… cost
  • children play …… game
  • spelling mistakes …… found
  • information did …… give you
The opposite of “polite” is “……”.
  • kind
  • untidy
  • fresh
  • rude
The “au” in “caught” sounds like …… .
  • the “oo” in “food”
  • the “oa” in “coat”
  • the “au” in “aunt”
  • the “ou” in “bought”
Find the list of words that are all associated with computers.
  • screen, download, trash
  • keyboard, chip, hike
  • ceiling, printer, bug
  • mouse, tablet, belt

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  • I'm fine, thanks.
  • I'm nearly fifteen.
  • I'm Emma.
  • It's OK.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A red and white plate.
  • Some large bowls.
  • A red and white cup.
  • Some small bowls.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • The boy in blue at the bottom in the middle.
  • The girl in red at the bottom on the left.
  • The two children at the bottom on the left.
  • The boy in green at the bottom on the left.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • What are you waiting for?
  • What's the matter?
  • Why are you so pleased?
  • Are you having fun?
  • £30.79
  • £37.03
  • £30.17
  • £13.79
  • Maths
  • French
  • History
  • English
  • There's nothing wrong.
  • Nothing can help you.
  • Don't worry.
  • You're very ill indeed.
  • You're welcome.
  • Don't enjoy it.
  • That was nice of you.
  • Well done.
  • Put it off, then.
  • Get off it, then.
  • Take it off, then.
  • Make it up, then.
  • Two people are sitting near the bookcases.
  • Lots of customers are looking at books.
  • A woman is talking to a shop assistant.
  • Some customers are leaving the bookshop.
  • Put your right hand on your chest.
  • Touch your toes with one hand.
  • Raise your left hand as high as possible.
  • Stand still with your legs together.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • Haven't you got the right money?
  • I'm afraid you don't have enough.
  • I'm sorry, that's too much.
  • That's the wrong price.
  • Practising for a 100m race.
  • Arriving late for a lesson.
  • An orchestra rehearsal.
  • A watch that isn't working.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
Listen. Where are they?
  • In a taxi.
  • In a cinema.
  • At a railway station.
  • In a restaurant.
Listen. What haven't they got?
  • eggs
  • ham
  • cheese
  • cheese and ham
  • You won't notice it.
  • You'll catch it easily.
  • You can't miss it.
  • It'll fall on you.
  • The flowers in the woman's garden.
  • A new pair of shoes.
  • Some cakes that were difficult to make.
  • The woman's two children who are ill.
Listen to a girl and her brother. What has just happened?
  • The girl has seen her grandfather in the street.
  • The girl has finished a painting.
  • They have bought a present for their father.
  • The boy has tried some food that his sister has cooked.
Listen. Lisa doesn't want to answer the woman's question. What can she say?
  • It's none of your business.
  • Please don't interrupt me.
  • Look after yourself.
  • You mustn't be quiet.
Listen and find the sentence that isn't true.
  • Robbie can't wear his old football shirt because it doesn't fit him.
  • Robbie's dad is going to repair the washing machine today.
  • Robbie's old football shirt is still dirty because the washing machine is broken.
  • Robbie played football last Saturday and is playing again today.
Listen. What's the word?
  • ship
  • cheap
  • chip
  • sheep
Listen and find the word that rhymes.
  • about
  • allowed
  • taught
  • boat
Listen. What three words can you hear?
  • market, size, steal
  • marked, says, still
  • marked, sides, steel
  • market, sides, steal
  • Boston
  • Miami
  • Chicago
  • San Francisco
  • 1865
  • 1815
  • 1775
  • 1783
Please don't come in the bathroom now! I …… a bath.
  • have
  • 'm having
  • 've got
  • take
You …… make any noise in this library.
  • don't have to
  • can
  • mustn't
  • wouldn't like
Mr Barker …… shopping very often. He hates it!
  • doesn't go
  • likes
  • isn't doing the
  • wants to go
We …… in the car and drove to the airport.
  • have put some petrol
  • put the luggage
  • are all getting
  • must leave
Your boyfriend's very nice. How long …… him?
  • did you first meet
  • are you going out with
  • have you known
  • do you see
I didn't recognise you at first, George, because …… so much since I …… you last.
  • you've grown … saw
  • you changed … went to see
  • I didn't see you … met
  • I've forgotten … have seen
What do you know about Ryan?
  • He didn't want a robot for his birthday.
  • He bought a robot for his grandparents.
  • He got a great birthday present from his grandparents.
  • He's going to get a robot for his birthday.
What can you say about Ryan and the M54 robot?
  • He put the pieces together without any help.
  • It took a long time to put the pieces together.
  • It wasn't difficult to put the pieces together.
  • Ryan's father put the pieces together.
We know that the M54 …… .
  • is both easy to assemble and to operate
  • always moves extremely fast
  • goes backwards and forwards but can't turn left or right
  • can leave the ground
Find sentence that isn't true.
  • The M54 can sense when there is an obstacle in its way.
  • Playing music is not one of the M54's basic functions.
  • With a special app, you can control the M54 with your smartphone.
  • In order to operate the M54, a smartphone is essential.
Cheesemakers come to the cheese festival …… .
  • to show their cheeses and try to win a prize
  • to make new cheeses
  • only to sell their cheeses
  • to look for new cheeses
What can you say about the cheese festival?
  • It takes place every four years.
  • A hundred British cheesemakers were there last Saturday.
  • The last festival took place in the street.
  • It was impossible to walk along the High Street on Saturday.
What do you know for certain about Saturday's competition?
  • No British cheesemaker won a prize.
  • The best new cheese came from Britain.
  • The winner was a blue cheese from Europe.
  • A new cheese from Italy won first prize.
Mr Ryland …… .
  • was born in Devonshire but doesn't live there now
  • has made cheese since he came to Devonshire a few years ago
  • lived in Devonshire even before he became a cheesemaker
  • wasn't the first British cheesemaker to win the competition
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • Westbridge is a town in the county of Devonshire.
  • Mr Ryland is going to spend his prize money on a beach holiday.
  • Mr Ryland thinks Europeans will want to buy his cheese.
  • The cheese competition didn't show that British cheese is the best.
This man was a famous gangster in Chicago during the 1920s and 1930s. What was his name?
  • Jesse James
  • George Washington
  • Al Capone
  • Davy Crockett
The British Prime Minister ……. .
  • works at the White House
  • lives in Downing Street
  • is a Democrat
  • is Queen Elizabeth II
This painting is associated with a day that is a public holiday in the USA. What is it called?
  • New Year's Day
  • Independence Day
  • Halloween
  • Thanksgiving
The capital of New Zealand is …… .
  • Christchurch
  • Canberra
  • Wellington
  • Vancouver
During the civil war, nothing …… the government for the people who had to leave their homes. They got no help at all.
  • didn't force
  • was done by
  • at all has organised for
  • useful has been arranged by
These words all have two syllables. In “……”, the vowels in both syllables sound the same.
  • biscuit
  • doctor
  • rested
  • Japan
Find the list of words that are all associated with schools and education.
  • course, assembly, degree
  • subject, grade, donkey
  • curriculum, counter, head
  • landscape, mark, revise

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  • Tim.
  • That's me.
  • McDonald.
  • Yes, I am.
  • Great, thanks.
  • Terrible.
  • It's not very nice.
  • I love it.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A computer keyboard.
  • A cutter.
  • A notebook.
  • Two pens.
  • What do you want?
  • Thank you very much.
  • Can I help you?
  • Nice to meet you.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • £4,085
  • £4,815
  • £4,850
  • £14,850
  • Welcome home!
  • Have a nice trip!
  • Did you have a good time?
  • I hope you win.
  • 1946
  • 1930
  • 1866
  • 1936
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • Until I go to university.
  • I finish work at about 9 pm.
  • Since I left school.
  • It's hard work but I enjoy it.
  • The other girl is angry.
  • The text message isn't funny
  • Her friend isn't working.
  • Her phone doesn't work.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • Helen bought something online and it hasn't arrived yet.
  • Helen was expecting visitors today but they never came.
  • A friend came to visit Helen today but Helen didn't answer the door.
  • Helen was at home today and heard the doorbell ring.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
  • A.
  • C.
  • B.
  • D.
Listen to the phone conversation. What can Jack say now?
  • Put the phone back!
  • Don't leave the phone!
  • Hold the line!
  • Don't hang up!
Listen. Where is the conversation taking place?
  • At a railway station.
  • In a restaurant.
  • At a theatre.
  • In a furniture shop.
  • John slept very well last night.
  • John didn't wake up very early.
  • John lives in the country and is visiting a city.
  • This bed and breakfast is in a quiet country village.
  • A waiter.
  • A shop assistant.
  • A tour guide.
  • A hairdresser.
Listen. What are they talking about?
  • Renting a bicycle in London.
  • Booking a hotel room.
  • Visiting a castle in Scotland.
  • Entering a marathon.
Listen. What does the boy think of Carole?
  • She chooses her words carefully.
  • She is very intelligent.
  • She has good intentions.
  • She is good company.
Listen. What can the woman say now?
  • I'm sorry, I wasn't aware of that.
  • I'm afraid it doesn't belong to me.
  • I had no idea you were expecting me.
  • Excuse me, but nothing has been signed.
Listen and find the word that rhymes with the word you hear.