CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH STARTERS WORD LIST PICTURE BOOK

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to learn English. The book uses many of the words from pre A1 Starters Word List . You will find the words in: • the colourful pictures. • the 'Let's talk!' sections. to learn English. The book uses many of the words from the Pre A1 Starters wordlist. You will find the words in: • the colourful pictures. • the 'Let's talk!' sections. Starters. Word List. Picture Book for exams from . Cambridge English: Starters is for children who are just starting to learn English. For more information .


Cambridge English Starters Word List Picture Book

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3 About Cambridge English: Starters There are three levels of test: º vCambridge English: Starters º vCambridge English: Movers º vCambridge English: Flyers. 22–24 A–Z Word List for Cambridge English: Starters. 31 1 About this book You can use this colourful picture book to help children when they are just starting. You can use this colourful picture book to help children when they are just starting to learn English.

How old is he? What do you do on your birthday? Whats your favourite food? Can you show me the white owers? Is she standing up and writing a open sentence?

Do you enjoy reading books and listening to stories? What colour is the boys camera? Do you see the boy with the yellow and blue shorts? What did his mum tennis badminton give to him? There are a lot of games here. Which game do you like? The answers are on page 30! Choose from: B baby n beach n bird n box n badminton n bean n birthday n boy n bag n beautiful adj black adj bread n ball n bed n blue adj breakfast n balloon n bedroom n board n brother n banana n behind prep boat n brown adj baseball n Ben n body n burger n basketball n between prep book n bus n bath n big adj bookcase n but conj bathroom n bike n bookshop n bye -bye excl be v Bill n bounce v.

C cake n sweet s catch e. K keyboard n kick v kitchen n know v computer Kim n kite n. R radio n rice n right dis rubber n US read v ride v robot n eraser really adv right adj as in room n ruler n red adj correct run v.

S sad adj shirt n snake n start v Sam n shoe n so dis stop v sand n shop n US soccer n UK store n UK sausage n store football shop say v short adj sock n story n school n show v sofa n street n sea n sing v some det Sue n see v sister n song n sun n See you!

W walk v we pron white adj word n wall n wear v who int would like v want v well dis whose int wow! Y year n yes adv young adj yours pron yellow adj you pron your poss adj. Names Candidates will be expected to recognise and write the following names: Which number? Alex At home Did you get all the answers? Well done! Nick At school eighteen 9 19 four nineteen 10 20 five Page 22 Can you nd the words? Page 24 Where is Monkey? Sit down and talk to children about the pictures.

Can they nd many of the different words in the fun, colourful pictures? Can you help them answer the questions in the Letstalk! The Cambridge English: Starters test. At the zoo chicken snake crocodile. Which goat tiger has yellow eyes? We develop and produce the most valuable range of qualifications for learners and teachers of English in the world. Over 4 million people take Cambridge English exams each year in countries.

More than 13, universities, employers, government ministries and other organisations accept our certificates. Cambridge English Language Assessment a not-for-profit organisation. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles. Never Split the Difference: Jump to Page. Search inside document. Both formats of the exams have the same task types, topics, number of questions, timings and marks.

And both formats lead to the same certificate. Where the computer-based test differs is the speaking paper — in the computer-based Speaking test, children respond to audio and visual prompts, rather than to an examiner. Children answer a few warm up questions to get them used to interacting with an animated character. Listening 20 minutes The Listening paper has four parts and 20 questions in total.

Each part begins with one or two examples. The children will hear each recording twice.

Part 1 has a big picture and pictures of seven small objects. Children listen to five short conversations between a man and a woman. Children listen to information in the conversations and draw a line from each of the objects to the place where it should be on the big picture. Part 1 tests listening for words and prepositions.

Part 2 has a set of questions and a short conversation between a child and an adult. Children listen to information in the conversation to answer each of the questions. The answer will be a name or a number. Part 2 tests listening for numbers and spelling. Part 3 has five short conversations between different pairs of people. There is a question and three pictures for each conversation.

Children listen to each conversation and choose the right picture A, B or C. Part 3 tests listening for specific information. Part 4 has a big picture with seven examples of the same object e. Children listen to a conversation between an adult and a child and colour in each object using the colour mentioned in the conversation.

Part 4 tests listening for words, colours and prepositions. Paper 2. Reading and Writing 20 minutes The Reading and Writing paper has five parts and 25 questions in total. Children must spell their answers correctly in all parts of the test. Part 1 has five pictures of objects. There is a sentence underneath each picture, e. If the sentence is false, children should put a cross next to the picture. Part 1 tests reading short sentences and recognising words.

Part 2 has a big picture and some sentences about the picture.

Part 2 tests reading short sentences and writing one-word answers. Part 3 has five pictures of objects. Children have to find the right word for the object. After each picture there are some dashes - - - - that show how many letters are in the word.

There are also some jumbled letters e. Children have to put the jumbled letters in the right order to make the word e. Part 3 tests spelling simple words. Part 4 has a text with some missing words gaps. Below the text there is a box with some pictures and some words. Children have to choose the right word from the box and copy it into the right gap. Part 4 tests reading a text and writing missing words nouns.

Part 5 has three pictures, which tell a story. Each picture has one or two questions. Children answer each question based on what they can see in the pictures. They only have to write one word for each answer.

Part 5 tests reading questions and writing one-word answers. Paper 3.

Speaking 3 to 5 minutes The Speaking test has five parts. In the computer-based test, the learner responds to audio and visual prompts, and will answer a few warm up questions to get them used to interacting with an animated character. In the paper-based test the learner takes the test with an examiner. Someone they know will introduce them to the examiner and explain what is going to happen in their own language.

In Part 1 the examiner greets the child, asks them their name and asks them to point to things in a big picture. Part 1 tests understanding and following spoken instructions. In Part 2 the examiner shows the child small pictures of some objects. The examiner names three objects and asks the child to point to them.

The examiner then asks the child to put each object card somewhere on the big picture used in Part 1 e. Part 2 tests understanding and following spoken instructions. In Part 3 the examiner asks the child some questions about the big picture used in Part 1 e. Part 3 tests understanding and answering spoken questions. In Part 4 the examiner asks the child some questions about the small pictures of objects used in Part 2 e.

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Part 4 tests understanding and answering spoken questions. In Part 5 the examiner asks the child some questions about themselves e. Part 5 tests understanding and responding to personal questions.

Listening 25 minutes The Listening paper has five parts and 25 questions in total. Part 1 has a big picture. The picture shows people doing different things. Above and below the picture are some names. Children listen carefully to a conversation between an adult and a child. They draw a line from each name to the correct person in the big picture.

Part 1 tests listening for names and descriptions. Part 2 has a short conversation between two people.

There is a form or notebook page with some missing words gaps. Children listen to the information in the recording and fill in each gap. The answer might be a word or a number. Part 2 tests listening for names, spellings and other information. Part 3 has a conversation between an adult and a child. In the conversation the child talks about what they did on different days of the week. Children listen to the information in the recording and draw a line from the day of the week to the picture which shows what the child did on that day.

Part 3 tests listening for specific information past tense. Part 4 has five short conversations. Part 5 has a big picture which shows different objects. Children listen to a conversation between an adult and a child. The adult asks the child to colour in different objects in the picture and to write a simple word or draw an object.

Children have to follow the instructions given in the recording. Part 5 tests listening for words, colours and specific information.

Reading and Writing 30 minutes The Reading and Writing paper has six sections and 40 questions in total. Part 1 has eight pictures of things, with the English word under them. On the right-hand side there are six definitions.

Children choose which picture matches each definition and copy the correct word underneath the definition. Part 1 tests reading short sentences, matching to words and copying words. Part 2 has a big picture and six sentences about the picture. Part 2 tests reading sentences and writing one-word answers.

Part 3 has a short conversation between two people.

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Children decide what the second speaker says, choosing from three options A, B or C. Part 3 tests reading a conversation and choosing correct responses. Next to the text are some small pictures and words. Children decide which word goes in each gap and copy the word in the gap. In the last question, children choose the best title for the text from a choice of three possible titles.

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Part 4 tests reading for specific information and gist and copying words. Part 5 has three pictures which tell a story.

Part 5 tests reading a story and completing sentences.Part 4 tests listening for words, colours and prepositions. Dan Vasile Flavius. Can you show which number goes with which and write in the letters? Wheres the yellow snake?

Sit down and talk to children about the pictures.

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