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In the picture, we can see …… .
  • six boys
  • three girls and three boys
  • two girls and four boys
  • seven children
The children are …… .
  • in the kitchen
  • in a playground
  • at school
  • in the street
The girls have got …… .
  • grey trousers
  • white shirts
  • blue jeans
  • black hair
Complete the word: T E A _ H E R
  • S
  • T
  • P
  • C
The opposite of “small” is “……”.
  • little
  • big
  • happy
  • old
Seven + eleven = ……
  • eighteen
  • fifteen
  • twenty-one
  • nineteen
My sister has got blue …… and brown hair.
  • legs
  • ears
  • arms
  • eyes
Complete this “family” of words: orange, lemon, pear, …… .
  • apple
  • carrot
  • beef
  • chocolate
The email is about …… .
  • Emily's new house
  • Dev's house
  • Emily’s job
  • Emily's new school
Emily …… the house.
  • likes
  • doesn't like
  • doesn't live in
  • hates
How many people live here?
  • Two.
  • Three.
  • Four.
  • Five.
Find the true sentence.
  • Emily lives near her school.
  • Emily walks to school.
  • Emily's house is a long way from the shops.
  • Emily goes to school by bus.
Peter …… ten years old.
  • has
  • is
  • are
  • am
I …… got two sisters and a brother.
  • do
  • am
  • have
  • has
Patrick …… ski very well. He's a champion!
  • doesn't
  • isn't
  • is
  • can
Mum often …… a chocolate cake on Sundays.
  • does
  • make
  • makes
  • cook
What colour are the shoes?
  • Red and black.
  • Green and yellow.
  • Blue and white.
  • Black and pink.
The …… is in a corner of the picture.
  • watch
  • hat
  • phone
  • keys
The passport is …… the phone.
  • under
  • between
  • on
  • next to
What can you see in the picture?
  • A watch, a pen, a bag.
  • Socks, a camera, a hat.
  • Sunglasses, keys, a plane.
  • A phone, a coat, plates.
London is in …… .
  • England
  • Scotland
  • Ireland
  • Japan
…… is in the United Kingdom.
  • Canada
  • Scotland
  • The Republic of Ireland
  • The USA
The Tower of London is a very old …... .
  • park
  • bridge
  • castle
  • bank
After primary school, British children usually go to …… .
  • university
  • elementary school
  • nursery
  • secondary school
A cooked English breakfast often includes bacon, eggs, sausages and …… .
  • baked beans
  • fried fish
  • boiled potatoes
  • green salad
Teacher: “How old are you?”
Girl: "....."
  • I'm fine, thanks.
  • I'm thirteen.
  • Not very well.
  • I've got ten.
Teacher: “Where's your English book?”
Boy: "......"
  • It’s on my desk, Miss.
  • It's red and blue, Miss.
  • Yes, Miss, it’s my book.
  • It's late, Miss.
Tom: “Where's my school bag?"
Harry: "............ It's under your bed."
  • They're here!
  • I can't find it.
  • There it is!
  • You're there!
It's Monday morning and Rose is in bed. What can her mother say to her?
  • “Go to bed!”
  • “It’s dinner time!”
  • “Get up!”
  • “Sleep well!”
At your grandmother's house, you drop a glass on the floor and it breaks. What can she say?
  • “You’re very bad!”
  • “It doesn't break.”
  • “That's a big problem.”
  • “Don’t worry.”
A woman says to you, “I think this is your size.” What is her job?
  • A bus driver.
  • A shop assistant.
  • A waitress.
  • A doctor.
The number “8” rhymes with “……”.
  • eat
  • hat
  • late
  • light
“Bear” rhymes with “……”.
  • her
  • here
  • hair
  • hear
“Saturday” = O o o. “Imagine” = “……”.
  • O o o
  • o O o
  • o o O
  • o o O o
What can you say about Lucky?
  • He's a nice little boy.
  • He isn't aggressive.
  • He doesn't like people.
  • He is a very old dog.
What can you say about the Harrisons?
  • They don't like Lucky very much.
  • They've got a new home for Lucky.
  • They're going to leave England.
  • They can't go to Australia.
What is the reason for this message?
  • Jack and Mary can’t take their cat to Australia .
  • The Harrisons want to find a new home for their dog.
  • Lucky doesn't like England.
  • Lucky needs a home in Australia.
Choose the best home for Lucky.
  • “We live in a flat in London and have got two hamsters.”
  • “Our cottage has got a garden. We've got three rabbits and a cat.”
  • “We live on a farm with lots of animals – but there are no cats.”
  • “We've got three kittens and we live in a big house near a park.”
…… no children at school today – it's Sunday.
  • It has got
  • There is
  • There are
  • They are
“Are Peter's parents English?” “……”
  • No, they aren't.
  • Yes, they do.
  • No, he isn't.
  • Yes, it is.
…… cheese do we need?
  • How many
  • Is there
  • Why is the
  • How much
It's 5 o'clock and Martin is in his room. He …… his homework.
  • makes
  • is doing
  • looks for
  • is making
“Busy” rhymes with “……”.
  • cosy
  • easy
  • buses
  • fizzy
I go swimming or play football …… afternoons.
  • every Wednesday
  • on Sunday
  • Saturdays
  • in a lot of
In Britain, the 26th of December is also called …… Day.
  • Boxing
  • Christmas
  • Visiting
  • Racing

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Where are the three friends?
  • In a street.
  • At home.
  • In a park.
  • On a beach.
What is the girl wearing?
  • A red sweatshirt.
  • A blue and white shirt.
  • A bicycle.
  • A red hat.
Find the true sentence.
  • They are sitting on chairs.
  • They are crying.
  • They are looking at the camera.
  • They aren't happy
This coffee is really bad. I can't …… it.
  • eat
  • work
  • write
  • drink
Complete this “family” of words: boat, train, bus, …… .
  • plane
  • sky
  • field
  • tree
Dogs, cats and hamsters are …… .
  • toys
  • birds
  • pets
  • vegetables
You can …… books from a library but you can't keep them.
  • borrow
  • find
  • lend
  • sell
It's very dark. Can you …… the light, please?
  • get on
  • turn on
  • make up
  • wake up
What did Jessica do yesterday?
  • She saw a play at Kevin's school.
  • She played a game with Kevin.
  • She was at the cinema.
  • She watched television.
The play was …… .
  • not very good
  • a comedy
  • very sad
  • a tragedy
What can you say about Kevin?
  • He is naughty.
  • He is a good actor.
  • He has got a robot.
  • He is a terrible actor.
What did Jessica do after the play?
  • She missed the last bus.
  • She waited for Kevin.
  • She congratulated Kevin.
  • She caught the bus.
My sister and I …… on holiday in Spain at the moment.
  • am
  • is
  • are
  • have
What …… you want for lunch today?
  • are
  • do
  • does
  • is
On British roads, you …… drive on the left.
  • are
  • can't
  • were
  • must
Did Mum …… a chocolate cake yesterday afternoon?
  • made
  • make
  • is making
  • makes
In this picture, some people are …… a supermarket.
  • looking at
  • shopping in
  • waiting for
  • riding in
The woman near the camera …… .
  • has got dark hair
  • is smiling
  • doesn't like oranges
  • is carrying a basket
What can you say about the supermarket?
  • It's crowded today.
  • It doesn't sell fresh fruit.
  • There are only a few people there.
  • There are no customers today.
What can you buy in a supermarket?
  • rice, fire, cheese
  • onions, pies, hills
  • flats, milk, oil
  • fish, flour, tomatoes
England is very near to …… .
  • Ireland
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • South Africa
What colour are London buses?
  • green
  • red
  • blue
  • white
What can you visit in London?
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Stonehenge
  • Loch Ness
  • The Lake District
English children …… .
  • go to school every Saturday
  • don't go to school on Wednesdays
  • go to school from Monday to Friday
  • never wear school uniforms
London has 5 airports: Gatwick, City, Luton, Stansted and …… .
  • Heathrow
  • JFK
  • John Lennon Airport
  • Prestwick
Man: “What time is it, please?”
Woman: “……”
  • Fifteen years.
  • Twelve and a half.
  • Quarter to ten.
  • Fifty-three.
Jane is going on holiday. What can you say to her?
  • “Look out!”
  • “Have a nice trip!”
  • “Well done!”
  • “Go away!”
Your friend wants to go swimming in the sea. You think it's a stupid idea because the water is very cold. What can you say?
  • “Let's go swimming!”
  • “Don't be silly!”
  • “Get some hot water!”
  • “It'll be too hot.”
Your bedroom is not very tidy. Your mother comes in and is angry. What can she say?
  • “Your room is lovely!”
  • “What a mess!”
  • “How boring!”
  • “What’s the matter?”
Your mother asks you, “Can you make some cheese sandwiches, please?” There is only a very small piece of cheese in the fridge. What can you say?
  • “We haven't got very many.”
  • “There isn't much left.”
  • “We don't need any cheese.”
  • “There aren't enough.”
A girl says, “I'll take the one with the brown belt.” What is she doing?
  • She is going to take a dog for a walk.
  • She is buying a dress.
  • She is choosing a cake.
  • She is ordering food in a restaurant.
“Tail” rhymes with “……”.
  • wall
  • wheel
  • whale
  • well
Which pair of words doesn't rhyme?
  • money, funny
  • great, hate
  • night, eight
  • peas, knees
“Fantastic” = o O o. “Calendar” = ……
  • O o o
  • o O o
  • o o O
  • o o o O
Who can sing in this choir?
  • All the people who live in Bolden.
  • Children between ten and fourteen years old.
  • Children who can sing well.
  • All teenagers.
What sort of songs does the choir sing?
  • Boring songs that are easy to learn.
  • Songs that children enjoy singing.
  • Only easy traditional songs.
  • Difficult songs.
Find the true sentence.
  • If you join the choir, you must come every week.
  • Only children who come regularly can sing in concerts.
  • It costs £5 if you want to sing in a concert.
  • You don't have to pay anything if you join the choir.
How often does the choir meet?
  • Once a week, every week.
  • On Saturdays except during the school holidays.
  • Every Saturday evening.
  • Every week, on Saturday mornings.
…… the weather …… in London today?
  • What is … like
  • How is …… look
  • What does … like
  • How does … like
My dad is going to …… a new smartphone for my birthday.
  • give to me
  • buy me
  • get it
  • finding for me
If Roger …… in two minutes, he'll miss the train.
  • won't arrive
  • will be there
  • wasn't at the station
  • isn't here
Everyone loved my spaghetti bolognese, …… ?
  • didn't they
  • wasn't he
  • wasn't it
  • did he
"Nice” is the opposite of “……”.
  • helpful
  • wrong
  • cute
  • nasty
Pronunciation: “October” = o O o. “Newspaper” = ……
  • O o o
  • o O o
  • o o O
  • O o o o
Who invaded England in 1066?
  • The Romans.
  • The Spanish.
  • The Normans.
  • The Vikings.

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This is a picture of some people who are …… .
  • having fun in the mountains
  • walking in the woods
  • swimming in the sea
  • playing games on the beach
What can you say about the weather?
  • It's cloudy and cold.
  • It's snowing a lot.
  • It's a sunny winter's day.
  • It's going to rain soon.
The girl who is wearing a pink helmet is …… .
  • looking up at the sky
  • sitting on the snow
  • behind the other people
  • nearest to the camera
Our Maths class was really …… today. I fell asleep!
  • bored
  • boring
  • tired
  • funny
My aunt is a …… . She works at the local children's hospital.
  • nurse
  • waitress
  • policewoman
  • farmer
I arrived late at the cinema and …… the beginning of the film.
  • broke
  • missed
  • dropped
  • found
How do you say “youtube.com”?
  • you tube period com
  • you tube comma com
  • you tube dot com
  • you tube stop com
The woman walked …… the forest.
  • over
  • below
  • on top of
  • through
Who is Helen Carter?
  • A babysitter.
  • A student.
  • A teacher.
  • A young girl.
Julia Weston …… .
  • needs a babysitter
  • is looking for a job
  • lives a long way from Liverpool
  • is a university student
Find the true sentence.
  • Helen doesn't know Julia very well.
  • Helen has known Julia for a few years.
  • Julia is older than Helen.
  • Julia doesn't like young children.
What can you say about Julia and the service that she is offering?
  • The service is free.
  • She's quite expensive.
  • She can babysit almost every evening.
  • She can't babysit very often.
Sarah sings really well. She's …… a great voice.
  • got
  • having
  • has
  • wants
How many people …… in this building?
  • are they working
  • work
  • do they work
  • works
Have you received my email? I …… it yesterday morning.
  • have written
  • am sending
  • will write
  • sent
My sister has been a vegetarian …… years.
  • since last
  • for two
  • after lots of
  • next
The man on the left is …… .
  • helping a player
  • lying down
  • a football player
  • running
The job of the man on the left is to give first …… .
  • place
  • prize
  • aid
  • medicine
The player in the middle …… his leg.
  • fell down
  • has hurt
  • was broken
  • is holding
Which group of words can you associate with the photo?
  • kneel, ground, injure
  • referee, flour, boots
  • donkey, shirt, shorts
  • grass, match, fog
The capital of the USA is …… .
  • New York
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Los Angeles
  • Boston
…… is in the north of Scotland.
  • The Tower of London
  • Hollywood
  • Belfast
  • Loch Ness
If you go to New York, you can visit …… .
  • the White House
  • the Empire State Building
  • the Golden Gate Bridge
  • Disney World
In Britain, most children go to a …… school between the ages of 11 and 16.
  • senior
  • junior
  • finishing
  • secondary
Find the event that happened in 1969.
  • Apollo 11 landed on the moon.
  • Elizabeth II became queen of England.
  • President Kennedy was assassinated.
  • The first computer was invented.
Pat’s phone rings. The caller asks to speak to John. What does Pat say?
  • “Hi, it’s Pat. I’m so glad you called!”
  • “Sorry, you’ve got the wrong number.”
  • “I’ve made a mistake.”
  • “Can I speak to Mary?”
You are having dinner at Peter's house. His mother asks you if you want some more chips. You accept politely. What can you say?
  • You're welcome.
  • Not really.
  • I'd love some, please.
  • Give them to me.
If someone says to you, “We get off at the next stop,” what are you doing?
  • Travelling on a bus.
  • Eating in a restaurant.
  • Crossing the street.
  • Playing tennis.
Your friend Caroline is crying because her cat has died. What can you say about Caroline?
  • She's disappointed.
  • She's really careful.
  • She's a bit silly.
  • She's very upset.
You want to take the lift to go up to the 15th floor but there's a sign on the lift which tells you that it isn't working. What does the sign say?
  • No service.
  • Out of order.
  • No exit.
  • Broken down.
A woman says, “Sorry, I haven't got any change.” What's the problem?
  • She has forgotten to bring her swimsuit to the swimming pool.
  • There aren't any tickets left for a concert.
  • She felt ill this morning and she still doesn't feel better.
  • She is buying a newspaper and has only got a £50 note.
“Height” rhymes with “……”.
  • eight
  • wrote
  • white
  • bought
The “o” in “son” has the same sound as the “o” in “……”.
  • woman
  • cost
  • one
  • home
Pronunciation: “America” = o O o o. “Escalator” = “……”.
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is …… .
  • a new novel
  • a very successful play
  • the first Harry Potter adventure
  • a story that takes place in London
Harry Potter …… .
  • is now 19 years old
  • got married 19 years ago
  • has been married for 19 years
  • is now 19 years older
What can you say about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child?
  • It's an exciting story about Harry's schooldays.
  • It doesn't have any special effects but the story is great.
  • We follow the adventures of Harry's son, who becomes a time traveller.
  • Albus works for the Ministry of Magic.
This webpage was written by …… .
  • a family who saw the show and loved it
  • a company that sells theatre tickets
  • a bookseller
  • a teenage Harry Potter fan
I can't find my keys …… . Have you seen them?
  • anywhere
  • somewhere
  • nowhere
  • else
The teacher asked …… understood the question.
  • that I
  • we all could
  • if it was
  • me if I
I think the documentary …… last summer is going to win a prize at the film festival.
  • which was making
  • you made
  • that filmed you
  • that he has made
Which words sound the same?
  • guessed, guest
  • five, give
  • know, now
  • eat, eight
Complete this “family” of words: road, street, motorway, …… .
  • lawn
  • path
  • fence
  • bend
…… is celebrated in November in the USA. It commemorates an event that took place in 1621.
  • Guy Fawkes' Night
  • Thanksgiving
  • Independence Day
  • Halloween
During the epidemic last summer, hundreds of people …… to hospital.
  • have been
  • have to go
  • were taken
  • spent several weeks

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Find the true sentence.
  • The boy is walking away from the girl.
  • They are enjoying themselves.
  • The girl is relaxed and happy.
  • The girl never argues with the boy.
What has probably just happened?
  • The boy has given the girl a fantastic present.
  • The boy has told the girl he doesn't love her.
  • The girl has said she will be the boy’s girlfriend.
  • The boy has told the girl a funny joke.
Which group of words can be associated with the picture?
  • jeans, lake, plane
  • upset, table, trees
  • argument, unhappy, water
  • problem, wood, pleased
Complete the “family” of words: print, copy, save, …… .
  • edit
  • dance
  • pack
  • shout
I've got toothache. It's very …… .
  • slow
  • square
  • heavy
  • painful
After dinner last night, I watched TV …… ten o'clock.
  • by the time
  • until
  • as soon as
  • into
My grandfather can't …… pop music. He only listens to Mozart.
  • hide
  • mind
  • stand
  • care
Is there anything else to drink? We've …… out of orange juice.
  • got
  • run
  • made
  • done
Why is Janet writing to Bill?
  • She wants to buy a new scooter.
  • She wants to sell Bill a scooter.
  • She wants to sell her car.
  • She wants Bill to buy a car.
Bill’s daughter …… .
  • has bought a scooter
  • wants to buy a car.
  • wants to buy a scooter for Bill
  • wants a scooter.
Find the true sentence.
  • Janet's son has got a car.
  • Tess doesn’t mind having a used scooter.
  • Janet’s son is going to buy a car.
  • The scooter is brand new.
Janet’s son ................ .
  • has just got his driving licence
  • is learning to drive
  • is too young to drive
  • hasn’t passed his driving test yet
What …… got in its mouth?
  • does the cat
  • has the dog
  • did your baby
  • was it
Who …… the eclipse of the sun yesterday afternoon?
  • has seen
  • was seeing
  • saw
  • can see
It's only the second day of the Olympics and China …… won nine gold medals.
  • did just
  • has already
  • has yet
  • was able to
I …… a shower when you rang so I didn't hear the phone.
  • was taking
  • had
  • took
  • have taken
In the picture, a man …… .
  • is looking at a yellow shirt
  • might buy a tie
  • has just taken off his jacket
  • is wearing a tie
The shop assistant is probably saying, “This tie …… .”
  • will fit you
  • looks really ugly
  • is a great colour
  • would look better on me
In shops, we can try on clothes in the ……. .
  • wardrobe
  • spare room
  • shop window
  • changing room
…… is not one of the 50 states of the USA.
  • Arizona
  • Victoria
  • Texas
  • California
Find the true sentence.
  • Baked beans are beans in tomato sauce.
  • A hot dog is a chicken sandwich.
  • A pudding is a cold soup.
  • A hamburger is made of ham.
The …… is mostly composed of countries that used to be British colonies.
  • USA
  • European Union
  • Commonwealth
  • UK
…… is the financial area of New York City.
  • Beverly Hills
  • Wall Street
  • Times Square
  • Broadway
…… is the title and the hero of one of Charles Dickens's most famous novels.
  • Robinson Crusoe
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Oliver Twist
  • Peter Pan
The American Civil War started in …… .
  • 1666
  • 1775
  • 1861
  • 1914
You are meeting someone for the first time. What can you say?
  • You're a pleasure.
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Good to see you again.
  • Have a nice meeting.
When people are having a drink together, they often raise their glasses and say: “……”
  • Cheers!
  • Enjoy!
  • Good news!
  • See you!
You can't answer a question in class because you weren't listening to your teacher. What could your teacher say now?
  • You don't have to listen.
  • You should pay more attention.
  • I didn't notice you.
  • You mustn't take any notice.
A customer asks a waiter, “Can I have the bill, please?” The waiter replies that he will do it immediately, so he says, “……. , sir.”
  • Next time
  • Nowadays
  • Straight now
  • Right away
Ryan says, “I've just taken up basketball.” What does he mean?
  • He has had enough of basketball.
  • He isn't going to play basketball any more.
  • He has been playing basketball for a short time.
  • He has become very good at basketball.
At the beginning of a race, the starter usually says, “Ready, get ……, go!"
  • forward
  • up
  • set
  • over
Complete the list: show, toe, no, …… .
  • allow
  • low
  • you
  • through
The “o” in “women” has the same sound as the vowel in “……”.
  • look
  • sock
  • sick
  • seek
“Psychology” = o O o o. “Fascinating” = “……”.
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
What is this website offering?
  • A week in Cambridge.
  • A one-day tour of Cambridge.
  • A boat trip in Cambridge.
  • A day trip to London from Cambridge.
What does the text say about Cambridge?
  • It is 2 hours from London by train.
  • It is a beautiful old university city.
  • It is a noisy, busy city.
  • It has a lot of modern buildings.
What can you say about the trip that is offered?
  • You stay on the tour bus all the time,.
  • A midday meal is included.
  • You can take the trip any day.
  • The bus leaves London in the morning.
Fiona didn’t say which train she ................ .
  • will catch
  • would be on
  • has taken
  • is going to take
The event is for adults only. You won't be allowed in …… over 18.
  • until you'll be
  • unless you are
  • if you won't be
  • because you haven't
You ........... the same page of that book for ten minutes.
  • do read
  • have been reading
  • are reading
  • have read
My bedroom badly …… but I can't decide what colour would be best.
  • wants to redecorate
  • looks like new paint
  • has to repaint
  • needs to be repainted
“How do I make an apple crumble?” “Look on the internet. There are thousands of …… .”
  • recipes
  • receipts
  • receptions
  • resets
If only we …… this awful school uniform! It's old-fashioned and uncomfortable.
  • won't wear
  • will never wear
  • didn't have to wear
  • weren't having
If someone says, “I'm really fed up,” what does he or she mean?
  • I've had too much to eat.
  • I'm too busy.
  • I'm very ill.
  • I'm bored and annoyed.
Find the true statement.
  • The members of the British House of Commons are appointed by the Prime Minister.
  • African slaves are the ancestors of Native Americans.
  • The US Department of Defense is located in the Pentagon.
  • Britain was invaded by the Romans in 1066.