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Respuestas
  • I'm well.
  • My name’s Rosie.
  • Goodbye.
  • Yes, please.
  • At school.
  • It’s red.
  • I'm eleven.
  • I'm fine, thanks.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
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  • 19
  • 21
  • 20
  • 22
  • A
  • B
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  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A blackboard.
  • A desk.
  • A clock.
  • A bookcase.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A table.
  • A plant.
  • A sofa.
  • A lamp.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • Sasha
  • Sairshe
  • Seorsha
  • Saoirse
  • 13 March
  • 14 March
  • 30 March
  • 30 May
  • cold
  • large
  • sweet
  • cola
  • Enjoy the party!
  • Get well soon!
  • Don’t be late!
  • Have a nice time.
  • Of course. What time?
  • Sorry, you’re busy.
  • Yes, you’re right.
  • Yes, you can.
  • A new museum.
  • An ancient castle.
  • A cathedral in a nearby town.
  • The market in the town square.
  • Steak, chips and salad.
  • Chicken and salad.
  • Chicken, baked potatoes and salad.
  • Steak with vegetables.
  • heart
  • hat
  • at
  • hot
  • rich
  • next
  • kicks
  • weeks
  • they, share, wait
  • they, chair, wet
  • day, chair, wet
  • day, share, wait
  • tea
  • beans
  • beef
  • chips
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • King Charles III
  • Paddington Bear
  • The British prime minister
..... your name at the top of the page.
  • Write
  • Open
  • Take
  • Make
Ben and James ..... American.
  • is
  • are
  • be
  • am
My neighbour has ….. a cat. His name is Spot.
  • him
  • is
  • have
  • got
No, thanks. I ..... eat that cake. There are nuts in it.
  • don't like
  • not want
  • 'm not
  • can't
Do you ..... the bus to school?
  • usually take
  • ride often
  • not go
  • never has
British children wear uniforms to school, ..... ?
  • do they
  • aren’t they
  • don’t they
  • isn’t it
This is a letter from Jake to ..... .
  • his friend Toby
  • his grandparents
  • his parents
  • his brother in Cardiff
At Camp Silver Lake, Jake ..... .
  • isn't happy
  • makes dinner with the other children
  • stays inside a lot
  • hasn't got any friends
Every day, Jake ..... .
  • gets up at 9 in the evening
  • does the washing up
  • eats eggs and bacon for lunch
  • plays games after dinner
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • Camp Silver Lake is great for kids who like sports.
  • In the letter, Jake asks his parents for some money.
  • Jake is on holiday for over a week.
  • Children eat their lunches outside.
This is a poster for ..... .
  • a school event
  • a play at the theatre
  • a television programme
  • a dance contest
Who can be in the talent show?
  • Students of Newport High School.
  • Teachers at the school.
  • Parents of school students.
  • Anyone with a talent.
If you want to be in the talent show, you must first ..... .
  • perform in Drama class
  • go to the school hall on Thursday
  • ask Mr Rogers or Mrs Oliver
  • go to the show on Friday, the twenty-first of June
Find the true sentence.
  • Everyone who comes on Thursday will be in the show.
  • Only the worst students can be in the show.
  • The winner in June will get a trophy.
  • Two teachers decide who will be in the show.
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • A rock band can't be in the show.
  • A comedian can tell jokes for three minutes.
  • A seven-minute dance routine is too long.
  • A magician and his rabbit can be in the show.
The River ..... flows through London.
  • Thames
  • Tweed
  • Tyne
  • Trent
..... is not a British city.
  • Belfast
  • Chicago
  • Manchester
  • Edinburgh
Robin ..... is an legendary English folk hero. He steals from the rich and gives to the poor.
  • Good
  • Wood
  • Green
  • Hood
Find the word that is not an object you find in the bathroom.
  • Soap.
  • A towel.
  • A swing.
  • A sink.
My teacher ..... four languages. She ..... me Spanish this year.
  • speaks ..... is teaching
  • is knowing ..... teaches
  • can speak ..... learns
  • has got ..... gives lessons to
Find the pair of words that don’t rhyme.
  • worry/sorry
  • heart/art
  • tower/hour
  • pear/bear
British children love Fireworks Night, or Guy Fawkes Night. It is celebrated on ..... .
  • 5 November
  • 31 October
  • 26 October
  • 1 May

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Respuestas
  • It’s very nice.
  • I’m twelve.
  • Yes, I do.
  • In Oxford.
  • No, it isn’t.
  • No, thank you.
  • Yes, it's a cake.
  • Yes, chicken.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • In the schoolbag.
  • Under the calculator.
  • Inside the front pocket.
  • On top of the books.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • Tuesday, 12th June
  • Wednesday, 12th June
  • Thursday, 13th June
  • Wednesday, 20th June
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • Commerson
  • Connerson
  • Comason
  • Kommason
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • 650
  • 715
  • 615
  • 605
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
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  • D
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  • I can lend you my pen.
  • I forgot my keys!
  • I left my calculator at home!
  • Sorry, I didn’t bring your dictionary.
  • He’s lost. We can’t find him!
  • We’re going to London for the weekend.
  • Quick, he’s very fast!
  • He needs to go in first.
  • Who’s this?
  • Who’s Jonah?
  • You’ve got the wrong number.
  • Thanks for calling.
  • It’s quite messy.
  • It’s tidy.
  • It’s dirty.
  • It’s empty.
  • Passport control
  • Bus station
  • Taxi rank
  • Entrance
  • Get ready for school.
  • What did the doctor say?
  • I’m going to work.
  • I’m going to call the doctor.
  • Mark and Helen are at a barbecue.
  • Helen doesn’t like what Mark is wearing.
  • Mark isn’t going to find what he’s looking for.
  • Helen gave Mark’s favourite T-shirt to someone else.
  • Rosie’s mum is very thirsty.
  • Rosie made a mistake with the recipe.
  • Rosie put too much sugar in the cake.
  • The cake tastes nice but looks awful.
  • The guests in room 13 arrived this morning.
  • Mr Jones will sleep on the top floor of the hotel tonight.
  • The people in the room above Mr Jones’ made a lot of noise.
  • The man isn’t going to move.
  • mouse
  • mouth
  • month
  • house
  • day
  • he
  • my
  • boy
  • white, beard, fairy
  • write, bird, fairy
  • ride, bird, very
  • right, bored, very
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
My dad sometimes ..... in the morning.
  • make breakfast
  • walks to work
  • is drinking coffee
  • don’t eat cereal
….. you ….. to the concert tonight?
  • Are ….. going
  • Can ….. see
  • Do ….. want
  • Do ….. come
How many cars ….. in the car park?
  • is it
  • have got
  • are any
  • are there
London is ….. than Liverpool.
  • very far
  • much bigger
  • most expensive
  • not as cold
“Where ….. yesterday, James?” “At home. I was ill.”
  • were you
  • are you
  • went you
  • you go
You’ll be sick if you …..
  • eat all those cakes
  • are drinking too much milkshake
  • will eat lots of doughnuts
  • won’t eat some fruit
Martha is messaging Lucy, ….. .
  • her school friend
  • her aunt in Cornwall
  • her history teacher
  • her younger cousin
We know that Martha ….. .
  • is on holiday with her family in London
  • is away from home for two weeks
  • likes the scenery in Cornwall
  • has the same taste in music as her dad
Martha asks for Lucy's help because she ..... .
  • left her assignment in Cornwall
  • hasn't got her History homework with her
  • forgot to give her homework to her teacher
  • needs to charge her phone
Find the sentence that is NOT true.
  • Martha and her dad were in the car for six hours yesterday.
  • Martha will print something at her aunt's house.
  • Alice likes playing with her cousin.
  • Martha's bag, phone and phone charger are in London.
On Saturday Jake watched ….. .
  • a movie on TV
  • a film at the cinema
  • a video on his phone
  • a series on his laptop
“Dog Cop 2” is about ..... that solves crimes.
  • a Hollywood thief
  • an actor called Skip
  • a puppy on a farm
  • a police dog
From the text, we know that Skip ..... .
  • and Frank are trying to find some stolen pets
  • falls in love with a Hollywood star
  • is helping her partner on an important case
  • dreams of going back to the farm
In the film, ..... .
  • Skip gets help from humans and dogs
  • Candy saw the person who stole her jewellery
  • someone is stealing famous people's pets
  • Skip makes a new friend and catches the thief
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • “Dog Cop 2” is a comedy movie with some action scenes.
  • Jake thinks that older teenagers will like “Dog Cop 2” the most.
  • The first Dog Cop film was very popular with audiences.
  • Jake didn't like the first film as much as the second one.
In the United Kingdom, a “pound” is a unit of money. “Pound” is also a unit of measurement. What does it measure?
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Temperature
  • Liquid
‘Romeo and Juliet’, ‘Hamlet’ and ‘Macbeth’ are plays written by ….. .
  • Charles Dickens
  • Winston Churchill
  • William Shakespeare
  • William Wordsworth
What is the name of the sea between the south of England and the north of France?
  • The Thames.
  • The English Channel.
  • The North Sea.
  • The Tube.
The first "e” in “receipt” sounds like ….. .
  • the “y” in “gym”
  • the “ei” in “height”
  • the “e” in “tennis”
  • the “i” in “sign”
I wanted to go to the park but Dad suggested ..... instead.
  • to see a movie
  • us to the beach
  • to having a picnic
  • visiting the zoo
The opposite of “rough” is ….. .
  • clear
  • sharp
  • rich
  • smooth
Find the British English version of this American English word: yard
  • queue
  • garden
  • pavement
  • lorry

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Respuestas
  • I’m nearly sixteen.
  • It’s half past four.
  • There are twelve.
  • I’m fine, thanks.
  • Yes, please.
  • Yes, I am.
  • Yes, I do.
  • No, she’s American.
  • A
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  • C
  • D
  • A
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  • C
  • D
  • A
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  • C
  • D
  • A chair.
  • A bag.
  • A guitar.
  • A ball.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • Peter
  • Mark
  • Ben
  • Oliver
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • £60.53
  • £16.35
  • £65.33
  • £16.53
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • French
  • Art
  • Geography
  • English
  • A
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  • C
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  • C
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  • D
  • Mr Peters is very busy at work at the moment.
  • Oliver’s dad couldn’t come because he is unwell.
  • Mrs Peters is upset that her husband chose to stay at home.
  • Mr Peters isn’t interested in castles.
  • John asked his brother to help but he refused.
  • Mrs Smith thinks her husband is lazy.
  • Mr Smith was willing to help if needed.
  • John will move house later than planned.
  • Not quite. Can you give us a few more minutes?
  • Can I have the bill, please?
  • Yes, my order number is 874-925.
  • I’ll be there in five minutes.
  • Watch it later on TV.
  • Go into the cinema, despite being late.
  • Return in a couple of hours.
  • Have some dinner instead.
  • There’s some left.
  • Here’s your change.
  • I’m afraid that’s not enough.
  • Give me it back.
  • It doesn’t fit him.
  • The style doesn’t suit Alfie.
  • It doesn’t go with what he’s wearing.
  • The jumper isn’t small enough.
  • You can't miss it.
  • I missed you.
  • I didn't notice you.
  • You missed me!
  • We ran out of time.
  • We lost our way.
  • It was a waste of time.
  • There was a delay.
  • She spends £140 on tickets for the trip on Saturday.
  • She decides to go on Saturday but will bring her own lunch with her.
  • She chooses the half-day trip but will eat in a restaurant in Cranston village.
  • She’ll eat in a restaurant in Torquay after her coach trip.
  • goes
  • grows
  • ghost
  • Joe’s
  • paid
  • lied
  • played
  • red
  • ear, first, what
  • here, thirst, watch
  • hair, thirst, wash
  • hear, first, wash
  • The highest mountain in Wales.
  • A royal castle in Scotland.
  • An ancient Roman wall.
  • A prehistoric monument.
  • California
  • Texas
  • Arizona
  • New Mexico
I ..... a wonderful time on holiday. I don't want to go home!
  • 've got
  • have
  • 'm having
  • get
Joe ..... usually arrive at work before 9 am but today he ..... in early.
  • doesn't ..... 's coming
  • is ..... is travelling
  • never ..... comes
  • does ..... goes
If you ..... all your pocket money today, you won't have any left for the rest of the month.
  • are spending
  • don't spend
  • will spend
  • spend
..... much milk left when you finished breakfast this morning?
  • How
  • There is
  • Was there
  • Did you leave
My grandparents ..... in 1975 and ..... together ever since.
  • met ..... have been
  • met ..... were
  • have met ..... are
  • did meet ..... being
Mmm, that was the ..... ice cream that I .... eaten.
  • best ..... 've never
  • nicest ..... have ever
  • more delicious ..... have yet
  • most ..... already
What do you know about Mr and Mrs Brown?
  • They live opposite Maisie.
  • They're on holiday for a week.
  • They've got a pet cat.
  • They're Maisie's parents.
What do you know about Maisie?
  • She's 14 years old.
  • Her cat isn't allowed outside.
  • She's got a grey kitten.
  • She likes cats and dogs.
Maisie thinks she will be a good pet sitter because ..... .
  • her parents will help if she gets bored
  • she has experience of looking after other people's animals
  • she's already got the keys to the Browns' house
  • she cared for her grandmother’s dog when he was ill last year
Find the sentence that ISN’T true.
  • There’s a possibility that the Browns and Maisie will be away at the same time.
  • If anything goes wrong, Mr and Mrs Jones will help their daughter.
  • Maisie offers to visit the cats at any time during the day.
  • Maisie could earn £35 for the week's work.
This text is from a guide book about ….. .
  • plays you can see at the theatre
  • famous writers
  • the history of Great Britain
  • places to visit in London
According to the text, Shakespeare's Globe ..... .
  • is where Shakespeare works
  • is a theatre next to a river
  • is a famous play
  • was built in 1644
Find the true sentence.
  • The new theatre was built on the same location as the old one.
  • William Shakespeare wrote plays but didn't act in them.
  • The first Globe was burned down in 1997 and replaced by the new one.
  • Some well-known plays were seen for the first time at the old Globe.
What is unusual about seeing a play at The Globe?
  • During the day, the only light comes from candles.
  • The majority of the audience watches plays standing up.
  • If it rains, performances will be cancelled.
  • You have to dress like people did in Shakespeare's time.
Find the sentence that ISN'T true, according to the travel guide.
  • A couple would pay £50 for tickets in the seated area.
  • It's possible that you'll get cold and wet while watching a play.
  • If you saw 'Romeo and Juliet' today, Juliet would be played by a boy.
  • You won't hear electric guitars or keyboards at the Globe.
Which of these cities is NOT in Canada?
  • Ottawa.
  • Seattle.
  • Montreal.
  • Vancouver.
Who was the first president of the United States of America?
  • Ronald Reagan.
  • George Washington.
  • Benjamin Franklin.
  • Abraham Lincoln.
The year 1066 is very important in British history. It is when the English army was defeated by the ..... at the Battle of Hastings.
  • Normans
  • Scots
  • Vikings
  • Spanish
Which pair of words don't sound the same?
  • aloud/allowed
  • past/passed
  • ice/eyes
  • wear/where
I'm very busy at the moment. Could you tell ..... I'll call him later?
  • to Mr Jones that
  • for him that
  • my husband
  • that the client
Complete the "family" of words: grass, fence, plants, ..... .
  • hedge
  • shells
  • cliff
  • belt
What do the red and white stripes on the US flag represent?
  • The blood of the fighters during the Wars of Independence.
  • The number of states when the US became independent from Britain.
  • The red and white stripes on the British flag.
  • The tribes of native Americans who helped the first Pilgrims.

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Respuestas
  • Sorry, how much?
  • No, not today, thanks.
  • Thank you. You too.
  • It’s fine, I can manage.
  • It’s Rover.
  • It’s a boy.
  • He’s a husky.
  • He’s four.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • 09:30
  • 02:00
  • 07:30
  • 11:30
  • A doughnut
  • A bottle of glue
  • An armchair
  • A knife
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • One coffee and one tea.
  • Two coffees and a tea, no milk.
  • Two teas with milk and one coffee.
  • Two coffees with milk, and a tea.
  • There’s one in five minutes.
  • We go to the shopping centre.
  • It’s £1.20.
  • There’s lots of room upstairs.
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • G1smo!
  • J1zm0
  • Gizmo?
  • gIsNO!
  • The station.
  • The museum.
  • The school.
  • The hospital.
  • They’re in the cinema.
  • Turn that off!
  • She’s talking on her phone.
  • I need to hang up, sorry!
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • Mr and Mrs Browns went to their neighbour’s party last night.
  • Mrs Brown called the police because of the noise.
  • Mrs Brown didn’t get any rest.
  • Their young neighbour's parents will have a shock when they return.
  • Can you help me?
  • Can I try?
  • Can I come?
  • Can you play?
  • Nervous
  • Disappointed
  • Jealous
  • Impressed