The Big Challenge

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  • I'm English.
  • I am.
  • My name's Joe.
  • Thank you.
  • Very well, thanks.
  • I'm at school.
  • I'm not very well.
  • I'm thirteen.
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  • Yes, you can.
  • Yes, please.
  • I know.
  • It's very nice.
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  • 50
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  • A robot.
  • A train.
  • A boat.
  • A bear.
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  • A table.
  • A clock.
  • Books.
  • Two boxes.
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  • I wake up at 7 in the morning.
  • No, I can’t play the guitar.
  • I do my homework, then I have my dinner.
  • On Sundays, she visits her grandmother.
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  • He's a shop assistant.
  • He's a tennis coach.
  • He sells cars.
  • He teaches people how to cook.
Listen. What's the man's name?
  • Mr Becklin
  • Mr Backlyn
  • Mr Baskine
  • Mr Besklyn
Peter is at work. He's talking to a woman. Listen. Where does Peter work?
  • In a cinema.
  • At a football stadium.
  • In a restaurant.
  • At an airport.
Listen to the conversation and choose the right word to finish the man's sentence.
  • trousers
  • lovely
  • angry
  • delicious
A woman is talking on the phone. Listen. What is she talking about?
  • The weather.
  • Her family.
  • Her dinner.
  • Her dog.
Lucy and her mum are talking about Lucy’s school timetable. What subjects has Lucy got in the afternoon?
  • English and Science.
  • Maths and History.
  • English and History.
  • Maths and Science.
Listen to the conversation. What's the man doing?
  • Choosing paint for his bedroom.
  • Buying a sweater for his girlfriend.
  • Ordering a pizza.
  • Getting on a bus.
  • Ben doesn't like chicken very much.
  • Fiona and Ben often have chicken for dinner.
  • Fiona doesn't often cook chicken for dinner.
  • Ben wants chicken for dinner tonight.
Listen. What's the word?
  • cut
  • cat
  • can
  • kite
Listen and find the word that has the same vowel sound.
  • here
  • door
  • hair
  • fire
Listen. What are the three words?
  • chip, his, way
  • cheap, its, way
  • sheep, is, we
  • sheep, its, we
  • John
  • Harry
  • Edward
  • George
  • Big Ben.
  • Tower Bridge.
  • The Tower of London.
  • The London Eye.
Now, ….. your books at page 4, please!
  • look
  • sit
  • write
  • open
Polly and Mark ….. at work at the moment.
  • am
  • are
  • is
  • have
Peter has ….. an electric car.
  • got
  • wants
  • have
  • not
….. you repeat that, please?
  • Can
  • Are
  • Does
  • Have
Ryan loves swimming so he ….. to the beach in the summer.
  • doesn’t usually
  • often goes
  • is never
  • always wants
Oliver ….. , doesn't he?
  • plays the piano
  • is your best friend
  • doesn’t live in London
  • can speak French
This text is about a ….. .
  • film
  • holiday
  • sport
  • party
Patrick is .....
  • at home in England
  • sad
  • in Portugal with his parents
  • cold
Patrick tells us that his room ….. .
  • has got a view of the swimming pool
  • is cheap and traditional
  • is big with a view of the sea
  • has got a view of the car park and isn’t big
Find the true sentence about the Singer family.
  • They eat all their meals in the hotel restaurant.
  • They don’t like Portuguese food.
  • They like “Como em casa” because it isn't expensive but the food isn’t great.
  • They go to “Como em casa” because of the quality and price of the food.
When Miss Harker asks “Do you like writing?”, “you” means ….. .
  • students
  • parents
  • teachers
  • other schools
This text is about..... .
  • a library
  • an exam
  • a writing competition
  • the school sports day
If you want to enter the competition, you must ….. .
  • read a long poem
  • be over 10 and under 16 years old
  • write a story with the title “My Favourite Holiday”
  • change the world
If you are writing a story for the competition, ….. .
  • you can give it to Miss Harker in class
  • you've got a lot of time, so don't hurry
  • you must finish it in two weeks
  • it should be 500 words long
Find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • Miss Harker is an English teacher at Portland Hill School.
  • Miss Harker doesn't teach English, but she's going to be a judge.
  • Three English teachers are going to judge the competition.
  • Three of the entries are going to win prizes.
…..  NOT part of a traditional English breakfast.
  • Cheese is
  • Bacon is
  • Toast is
  • Sausages are
The island of Ireland is, in fact, two countries with two capital cities: Belfast and ….. .
  • Cardiff
  • Edinburgh 
  • Dublin
  • Liverpool
In Britain, the day after Christmas Day is called ….. .
  • Boxing Day
  • All Saints Day
  • Christmas Eve
  • Bank Holiday
Find the word that is NOT associated with clothes.
  • sure
  • skirt
  • glove
  • scarf
Mr Payton ….. to work but his wife needs the car today so he ….. the train.
  • likes to drive … goes by
  • can take the car … must take
  • usually drives … is taking
  • is driving … can take
Find the pair of words with different vowel sounds. For example: bird/head, son/long.
  • please/feet
  • heart/hard
  • try/lie
  • fun/phone
“….. that machine …..?” “It puts the tops on the bottles.”
  • What does ….. makes
  • What's ..… for
  • Whose is ..… in the corner
  • Why does ….. work

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  • London.
  • No, I'm not.
  • Fine, thanks.
  • Fifteen.
  • It's Emily.
  • Yes, I am.
  • Thank you!
  • I'm here.
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  • Tuesday, the 21st of May
  • Thursday, the 21st of May
  • Thursday, the 31st of May
  • Tuesday, the 21st of March
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  • Yes, I do.
  • It’s mine, thanks!
  • It’s a smartphone.
  • It’s on the table. 
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  • Ciraen
  • Ciaran
  • Cieren
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  • A pair of shoes.
  • Roast potatoes.
  • New neighbours.
  • A rock band.
  • An office manager when there's a fire in the office.
  • A tourist guide at the beginning of a tour.
  • A dance teacher, just after he says to his students, “Now you do it.”
  • A bank robber when he enters the bank.
Listen to the conversation. Where are they?
  • In a museum.
  • In a bank.
  • In a supermarket.
  • In a fast-food restaurant.
Listen to the conversation at a bus stop. What can the man say now?
  • It’s eleven o’clock.
  • I’m twenty-five.
  • In about 5 minutes.
  • The number forty-one.
  • I'm the same.
  • That's very nice.
  • No problem.
  • Pleased to meet you.
Listen to the conversation. What can the woman say now?
  • No, it's not necessary.
  • Yes, call an ambulance.
  • Yes, it's down the street, then on the left.
  • No, I'm still at home.
Listen to the conversation at the train station. Which sentence is true?
  • The ticket costs 20 pounds.
  • The train arrives at 6.50 pm.
  • The train to York leaves in 7 minutes.
  • The woman wants to go to London.
Listen to the conversation between John and his wife. Find the true sentence.
  • John's painting the wrong chairs. 
  • John's painting the chairs the wrong colour.
  • John's painting chairs in the sitting-room.
  • John's in the garage with his wife.
Listen to the phone conversation. What's the man's job?
  • He's a car mechanic.
  • He's a computer expert.
  • He repairs clocks.
  • He works in a dry cleaner's.
Listen. What can you hear?
  • wishes
  • watches
  • washes
  • what is
Listen and find the word that rhymes with the word you hear.
  • far
  • dear
  • pear
  • here
Listen. What three words can you hear?
  • things, mean, sort
  • things, mine, thought
  • thinks, nine, thought
  • thinks, main, taught
  • Baked beans.
  • Meat pies.
  • Bacon. 
  • Fresh mushrooms.
  • Cricket.
  • Football.
  • Tennis.
  • Golf.
This ..... my friend Paul.
  • has
  • is
  • are
  • am
….. to visit my grandparents today.
  • You can
  • There is
  • It goes
  • I’m going
Ryan sometimes ..... his bike to school.
  • ride
  • wants
  • rides
  • is riding
“What did you ..... in the restaurant last night?” “I ..... spaghetti.”
  • eat ..... ate
  • ate ..... eat
  • ate ..... am eating
  • eats ..... ate
My sister is ..... than me — but she's 2 years older!
  • taller
  • short like
  • big
  • as small
“If you ….. to live in Italy, I ….. see you again for a long time,” said Mia
  • go ..... won't
  • want ..... didn't
  • will go ..... don't
  • decided ..... can't
Mr Inchman is sending this email to ….. .
  • an English teacher
  • actors in the play
  • some students’ parents
  • people with tickets for the play
Last year, we know that ….. .
  • parents paid for the costumes
  • children made their own costumes
  • the school bought all the costumes
  • the costumes were very cheap
Mr Inchman ..... .
  • hopes that parents will buy the costumes because they aren’t expensive
  • thinks that Roman togas are easy to make
  • says he can make all the togas
  • has got a lot of sheets and T-shirts
Find the true sentence.
  • The play will be performed in the Town Hall.
  • There will be two performances of the play in June.
  • Parents must contact Mr Inchman if they want to make a costume.
  • Mr Inchman wrote the school play this year.
This text is ….. .
  • an email from a friend
  • from an advert in a newspaper
  • in a book about Britain 
  • on an internet site
This website belongs to a company that ….. hot air balloons.
  • organises flights in
  • offers free trips in
  • sells
  • makes
What do we know about these balloon flights?
  • There are no flights at weekends.
  • Babies are welcome on hot-air balloons.
  • Flights take off early in the morning.
  • The balloons fly over six British cities.
Find the sentence that is true, according to the web page.
  • If you are tall and thin, you can't be a passenger.
  • There can be more than 16 people in each balloon.
  • The balloons can only fly when there are no clouds.
  • The balloons fly at night.
Find the sentence that is NOT true, according to the article.
  • Sometimes there aren't any flights because of bad weather.
  • Passengers must phone before they arrive at the take-off location.
  • The flights always begin at the same time.
  • Balloon tickets cost £600 for a family of four. 
The river that goes through London is call the ..... .
  • Windsor
  • Mississippi
  • Thames
  • Buckingham
Britain's Parliament has two Houses: the House of Lords and the House of ….. .
  • Commons
  • Presidents
  • Ladies
  • London
In Britain, people celebrate the 5th of November every year. It's called ….. .
  • Guy Fawkes Night
  • Labour Day
  • the Autumn Festival
  • Admiral Nelson Day
Everyone ….. the garden party when, suddenly, it started to rain and they all ran into the house. 
  • had a good time at
  • laughing and talking about
  • was enjoying
  • drank champagne at
Find the word to complete this “family”: toe, ankle, shoulder, ….. .
  • roof
  • wrist
  • bowl
  • duck
The “e” in “behind” doesn't sound like the “e” in ….. .
  • waited
  • garden
  • English
  • women
“….. you ….. to the cinema?” “Once a week.”
  • When are ….. going
  • Are ….. taking me
  • How often do ….. go
  • Did ….. like going

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  • Harry.
  • Mr Pearson.
  • Pearson.
  • Yes, it is.
  • It's Thursday.
  • Thank you, Molly.
  • I'm very well, thanks.
  • Yes, please.
  • Henry
  • Peter
  • Mary
  • Tom
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  • A tablet.
  • A pair of glasses.
  • A vase of flowers.
  • A big yellow book.
  • So did I.
  • Not me.
  • I didn't.
  • I don't think so.
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  • History
  • Maths
  • Geography
  • Art
  • £85.15
  • £85.50
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  • £89.50
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  • What a pity.
  • Have a good trip.
  • I hope he's all right.
  • What time can you come?
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  • I really miss it.
  • I can't stand it.
  • It'll be a hit.
  • It can't miss.
  • They treat her like a baby.
  • They don't talk to her because they don't like her.
  • They do everything they can to make her happy.
  • They laugh at her.
Listen to the conversation. What are they doing?
  • They're choosing a cake in a baker's.
  • They're picking apples.
  • They're shopping for something online.
  • They're taking photos on holiday.
Listen to the conversation. Where are they?
  • At the reception desk of a hotel.
  • In a clothes shop.
  • At a castle in Scotland.
  • At a friend's new house.
Listen to the conversation between a husband and wife. What else can the woman say now?
  • It's not your turn.
  • I won't forgive you.
  • It doesn’t matter.
  • Don't forget it.
Listen to the conversation between Bob and Cathy. What can Cathy say now?
  • Take it back.
  • Keep off.
  • Throw it away.
  • Get out of it.
Listen. A woman and her daughter’s friend are talking. How does the girl feel about cats?
  • She likes them a lot.
  • She’s allergic to them.
  • She’s scared of them.
  • She hates them.
Listen to the conversation and find the true sentence.
  • The people are waiting in line outside a cinema.
  • The man has got more things to pay for than the woman.
  • The man has got a lot of things to pay for.
  • The man and the woman don't change places.
Listen to the phone conversation between Paul and Cassie and find the sentence that ISN'T true.
  • Paul is ringing Cassie because he hasn't heard from her recently.
  • Paul was on the bus when he saw Cassie with her brother.
  • Cassie's younger brother has come from Canada to visit his family.
  • Cassie has been busy because she has wanted to spend time with her brother.
Listen. What's the word?
  • flour
  • floor
  • flower
  • four
Listen and find the word that rhymes.
  • one
  • gone
  • grown
  • soon
Listen. What three words can you hear?
  • search, early, Susan
  • skirts, oddly, season
  • shirts, hourly, season
  • church, hourly, session
  • Sydney
  • Canberra
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Pork sausages
  • Pancakes
  • Baked beans
  • Cream cheese
“What’s Dad doing?” “He ….. the car at the moment.”
  • cleans
  • is washing
  • does
  • doesn’t wash
Are you ….. stay with your friends in London next summer?
  • often
  • going to
  • go
  • doing
When Jimmy was 10, his parents  …..  him to an amusement park for his birthday.
  • are taking
  • take
  • took
  • will take
Manchester United fans will be very disappointed if their team ….. tomorrow's match.
  • will win
  • can lose 
  • is losing 
  • doesn't win 
“How long have you lived here?” asked John. “….. ,” answered Mike.
  • For three years
  • Five years ago
  • In 2019
  • Last year
A lot of people think that this company makes some ….. cars in the world.
  • of most comfortable
  • better than our
  • of the best-designed
  • most expensive of all
We know that Senior Support helps ….. .
  • teenagers
  • people of all ages
  • old people
  • young children
Geraldine Jackson is looking for volunteers to ..... .
  • organise holidays for old people
  • visit senior citizens in their homes
  • go and see sick people in hospital
  • help teenagers do their homework
Find the true sentence.
  • Ms Jackson doesn't want volunteers who are still at school.
  • Volunteers need to be available all day from Monday to Friday.
  • Children need to be over 14 years old to volunteer.
  • Senior Support pay young helpers £5 per hour.
According to the text, the people that Senior Support tries to help ….. .
  • never ask volunteers to clean for them
  • would rather be on their own than have teenagers help them
  • don’t enjoy having young visitors
  • are sometimes lonely and want someone to talk to
In which section of a library would you find this novel?
  • Science fiction
  • Crime & Thrillers
  • Historical novels
  • Biographies
When the general arrives, Princess Zena is ….. .
  • alone in the palace
  • standing at the door
  • with a lot of other people
  • surprised to see the King
One of these sentences about the King ISN'T true. Which one?
  • His sister is called Zena.
  • He was a brave man.
  • He died in a battle.
  • He is now a prisoner.
We know that ….. .
  • the King's army destroyed all of the enemy soldiers
  • the enemy soldiers came from another planet
  • the general has just killed a lot of men
  • the enemy soldiers speak a foreign language
Find the sentence that ISN'T true, according to the extract.
  • The prisoner can't tell Zena and Vaxal anything.
  • An army of robots arrived here from another planet.
  • The robots fought a battle on their planet.
  • Zena's planet is probably still in danger.
In some English-speaking countries, they measure a person's height in feet and ….. .
  • inches
  • dolls
  • pounds
  • ankles
If you go to San Francisco, you can see ….. .
  • the Hollywood sign
  • the Golden Gate bridge
  • Wall Street
  • the theatres on Broadway
The present King of the United Kingdom is Charles ….. .
  • I
  • III
  • II
  • IV
“Chip”, “dashboard” and “browse” are all associated with ….. .
  • furniture
  • food and drink
  • cars and trucks
  • computers
I don't know if this TV still works. It ….. by anyone since the 1990s.
  • was last watched
  • isn't for looking
  • hasn't been used
  • didn't ever use
Abraham Lincoln was president of the USA during ….. .
  • World War II
  • the Cold War
  • the War of Independence
  • the American Civil War
“Picture” has two syllables – two vowel sounds. Which of these two-syllable words has the same two vowel sounds as “picture”?
  • scissors
  • secure
  • greener
  • nicer

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  • my mother
  • my brother
  • my father
  • a door
  • a desk
  • a bed
I can …… English.
  • run
  • sit
  • speak
  • Sorry.
  • Goodbye.
  • Thank you.
  • a funny man
  • a hungry rat
  • a funny hat
  • A cat likes milk.
  • My cat likes milk.
  • My cat drinks milk.
  • stamp
  • start
  • stand
  • read
  • road
  • ride
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How old are you?
  • Yes, I am.
  • I'm nine.
  • I'm at school.
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  • He's got very long hair.
  • He's got black glasses.
  • He's got a white shirt.
Come here! Don't be scared!
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  • Tuesday
  • Monday
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  • Yes, it is.
  • No, I don't.
  • Yes, I have.
  • In the cafeteria.
  • No, thank you.
  • Ham and salad.
I'm not very well.
  • How are you?
  • Who are you?
  • Where are you from?
My name's Martin. I sell bread and cakes.
  • a baker's
  • a butcher's
  • an office