Welcome to your Movers – Entrance Test

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Listening 

Part 1: What did Jane do last week?



Listen and match the answer to the correct pictures.

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Part 2: Listen and choose the correct answer.

2. What did Sally get for her birthday?

3. Where did Peter go at the weekend?

4. What was the matter with Mary?

5. What fruit has Fred got in his garden?

Reading and writing

Part 3: Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. 

1

People sit inside here and watch films

2

You can eat this food in a sandwich

3

You can have this brown drink hot or cold. Some people put milk in it.

4

People live here. It is smaller than a town

5

There are always a lot of trees here

6

This can have meat or vegetables in it and you put it in bowls

Part 4: Look and read. Write Yes or No.


1

The woman in the garden is holding a kite

2

The window which is above the door is round

3

The boy with the scarf has curly hair

4

The man on the balcony is taller than the woman who is next to him.

5

The girl who is wearing a red sweater is skipping

6

There are some birds on top of the house

Part 5: Read the text and choose the best answer.

1. Paul: Is he a new pet
    Fred:

2. Paul: Who gave it to you?
     Fred:

3. Paul: Where does he sleep?
     Fred:

4. Paul: What’s his name?
     Fred:

Part 6: Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1-5.

My name’s Daisy. Yesterday was my first day in a new class at school. 

In the morning, I got up quickly and went to the kitchen to have my (1) My aunt Lucy was there wwith my mother. ‘Can I come with you this morning?’ my aunt said.

‘Yes!’ I said. 

I (2) a glass of orange juice and then went to my bedroom to get dressed. Then I pickedup my new school books, and my aunt and I went out of the house.

She came with me to the (3) and then I said, ‘Goodbye. See you!’ and I ran to my new classroom to see my friend.

A teacher (4) the door and came in. My aunt was with her! “Good morning, children!’ she said. ‘This is Mrs Weeks, your new teacher. She’s Daisy aunt.”

I laughed. I was very (5) .!