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Young LearnersYoung Learners English Tests (YLE)Sample papersFlyers2VolumeTwo UCLES 2013 CE/2051c/3Y11

IntroductionCambridge English: Young Learners is a series of fun, motivating English language tests for children in primary and lowersecondary education. The tests are an excellent way for children to gain confidence and improve their English.There are three levels: Cambridge English: Starters Cambridge English: Movers Cambridge English: FlyersAbout these sample papersThese sample papers show you what the Cambridge English: Flyers test looks like. When children know what to expect inthe test, they will feel more confident and prepared.To prepare for Cambridge English: Flyers, children can practise parts of the test or do the complete practice test.Listening sample testTo download the Cambridge English: Flyers Listening sample test go or further information about the three levels of Cambridge English: Young Learners and for more sample papers, go towww.cambridgeenglish.org/younglearners

Flyers ListeningGo to the Introduction to downloadthe Listening sample test.Centre NumberCandidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishFlyersListeningSample PaperThere are 25 questions.You will need coloured pens or pencils.My name is:.

Flyers ListeningPart 1– 5 questions –Listen and draw lines. There is one example.KatyRichardHarryWilliamMichael2SarahHelen

– 5 questions –Listen and write. There is one example.SPORTS CLUBExpensive?school childrenFree for .1Where is it?Next to the . factorynext2Open which days?From . to Tuesday3Times:Opens . Closes 10.304Club name:The . Sports Club5Club phone number:.3Flyers ListeningPart 2

Flyers ListeningPart 3– 5 questions –What did each person in Mr Salt’s family choose to buy in thenew supermarket?Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.Mr SaltBettyAnnaDavidJohnMrs Salt4C

ABCDEFGH5Flyers Listening

Flyers ListeningPart 4– 5 questions –Listen and tick ( ) the box. There is one example.What time did David leave home?A1CWhat should David put on the desks?A2B BCBCWhich is Daisy’s desk?A6

What subjects will David’s class study this morning?A4BCWhere should David put the tape recorder?A5Flyers Listening3BCWhere will the teacher’s meeting be?ABC7

Flyers ListeningPart 5– 5 questions –Listen and colour and draw and write. There is one example.8

Marking KeyPart 4 5 marks1A2B3C4 B( ) Acceptable extra words are placed inbrackets/ A single slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative words within ananswer// A double slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative complete answers5APart 5 5 marks1Colour hair of boy with glasses – brown2Write ‘GOLF’ on big bag, near boy with drink3Draw plane in sky and colour it – yellow4 Colour suitcase next to baby – green5Part 15 marksLines should be drawn between:1 Harry and boy running with dark hair, insecond place2Michael and older boy sitting next to cups3Katy and girl standing behind drinks table4 Helen and girl with skipping rope5 Richard and boy who has hurt his leg, nearcupsPart 2 5 marks1chocolate2Friday39.15 (am)//quarter past nine//nine fifteen4 H-U-R-L-E-Y5400319Part 3 5 marks1G Betty and shorts2D Anna and CD3H David and volleyball4 B John and phone5F Mrs Salt and magazineColour sweater of man with beard – redFlyers ListeningFlyers Listening

Flyers ListeningFlyers ListeningTapescriptFchOh, that’s Richard.MWhat’s happened to him?FchHe fell in the jumping competition. He’ll be OK.RNow listen to Part One again.That is the end of Part OnePart Two. Listen and look. There is one example.R rubricFch Female childF Oh hello, Tom. Can I ask you some questions? Isthat OK?F Female adultMch Male childMM Male adultR Hello. This is the University of Cambridge FlyersListening Test.Yes, of course. What about?F The sports club that your children go to. Mydaughter Vicky would like to go to it.M Well, yes. It is an excellent club. What do you wantto know?FFirst, is it expensive?Part One. Listen and look. There is one example.MNo, it’s free for school children.FchDad! Come and sit here.FGreat! Let me write this in my diary.MWe can watch the races together – good!MOK.FchYes, look – there’s William!RCan you see the answer? Now you listen and write.MWhere?FRight. And where is it? Is it near here?Fch There! He’s running in this race – he’s the boy withthe red striped shorts.MYes! It’s next to the chocolate factory.FOh. I know it. That’s good!M Oh yes. He can run very fast. He’s going to win, Ithink.MYes, the children like the smell.RCan you see the line? This is an example.Now you listen and draw lines.MWho’s the boy just behind William?F OK. So when can children use the club? I mean,which days?M Well, it’s open for everyone from Friday to Tuesday.It’s closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.Fch There are two boys just behind him. Which one doyou mean?F Oh. That’s very good for them. They’d like to use it atthe weekend.M The one with dark hair. He’s coming second in therace now.MFchOh, that’s Harry. He’s very good at running, too.MLook at all the silver cups on the table.FchYes, they’re ready for the teams that win.No problem!F And now the times. When does it open andclose?M It opens at nine a.m. Sorry, I mean nine fifteen. Andit closes every night at ten thirty.M Who’s the older boy? – look, he’s sitting next to thetable.FExcellent!MIs there anything else?Fch That’s Michael. He’s won lots of cups for running.He’s going to give the cups to the children that win.Can you see my friend Katy? She’s with my teacher.FYes, there is one thing. What’s the name of the club?M It’s the Hurley Sports Club. H-U-R-L-E-Y. The sameas the road.MNo. Where is she?FchShe’s there, near the drinks.MOh is she sitting in the chair?FchNo, she’s standing behind the table.M Mmmm. Let me see. Oh yes. Here it is. It’s fourdouble oh three one nine.MWhere’s your friend Helen, then?FThanks very much.MThat’s OK. Perhaps our children’ll meet at the club!RNow listen to Part Two again.That is the end of Part Two.Fch Oh she’s waiting for the next race. It’s the skippingrace.MIs that her with the blue towel?Fch No, she’s standing next to that girl – they’re watchingthe running race. They’re very excited, I think.MWho’s the boy over there? Look, he’s hurt his leg.F Oh yes, thanks. And have you got the club’stelephone number?Part Three. Listen and look. There is one example. What did each person in Mr Salt’s family choose tobuy in the new supermarket?

M Yes, I took all the family there last week to do someshopping. It sells all kinds of things – clothes, food,things for the car, sports things. I even found a verynice dark blue suitcase there. It wasn’t expensive so Ibought it to use on our next holiday.R an you see the letter ‘C’? Now you listen and writeCa letter in each box.FchDid anyone else buy anything?M Well, David. He’s my oldest son – he’s nineteen.He wanted a volleyball so he went to look at all thesports things first. He found one and he bought it.There were a lot of other things that he wanted, too,so he’ll go there again another day. He’ll have somemore money soon.FchYou’ve got a daughter too, haven’t you?M I’ve got two! The older one is called Betty. She justloves clothes and she found some shorts which sheliked a lot. They were too big for her, but she stillbought them because she loved the colour. She’llhave to wear a belt with them, I think.FchDid your wife go shopping with you?M Yes, she usually likes shopping, but she didn’t need tobuy anything yesterday so she only got a magazine –nothing else. The supermarket was so full of peopleyesterday and she didn’t like that very much.FchAnd what about your other children?M Well, my younger son John, he often goes out all dayon his bicycle and sometimes he comes home late sohe asked for a phone. There were a lot there for himto choose from, but he found a little silver one whichhe can put in his pocket and he bought that. Hecarries it everywhere with him now.FchDoes the supermarket sell music too?M Yes, it has all the latest CDs so Anna – she’s my otherdaughter – chose one of those, but she wanted a newrucksack for school, too. Her old one is too small, butshe didn’t like any of them there. Perhaps she’ll findone next time.RNow listen to Part Three again.That is the end of Part Three.MchOK. And paints?FNo, not today.RTwo. Which is Daisy’s desk?F Daisy left her dictionary in the library. Can you put iton her desk, please?MchYes, but which is her desk?FIt’s that one, near the door.MchThis one?FNo, there’s a bin under Daisy’s desk.R hree. What subjects will David’s class study thisTmorning?MchIs that all, then, Miss Lake?FYes, it is, I think.MchWhat lessons have we got this morning?FUmm music and science.MchGreat! And geography?FNo, that’s this afternoon.RFour. Where should David put the tape recorder?FOh, here’s something else for you to do.MchYes?F Can you get the tape recorder out of the cupboard,please, for our first lesson?MchWhere shall I put it on the table?FNo, on the shelf please.RFive. Where will the teacher’s meeting be?Mch It’s fun helping you. Can I do it again tomorrowmorning?FNo, thank you. I have to go to a meeting tomorrow.MchIs that in our classroom?FNo, in the school office.MchOK. I can go to the library tomorrow morning.FFine. And thanks for helping today!R ow listen to Part Four again.NThat is the end of Part Four.Part Five. Listen and look at the picture.There is one example. PartFour. Listen and look. There is one example.What time did David leave home?FGood morning, David.FHello, Sam. Would you like to colour this picture?MchGood morning, Miss Lake.MchYes please! It’s an airport, isn’t it?FYou’re early for school today. It’s only 8.30.FYes. What would you like to colour first?MchUmm the woman in the uniform, I think.Mch Well, my mum’s got a new job, so we have to get upat 7 now and leave home at 7.45.R an you see the tick? Now you listen and tick theCbox.One. What should David put on the desks?FWould you like to help me?MchYes please.F Can you put some bottles of glue on all the desks,and some scissors, too, please.F There are two, but one of them is holding some paper.Colour her hat.MchOK. I’ll colour it blue.R an you see the woman’s blue hat?CThis is an example.Now you listen and colour and write and draw.OneMchWhat shall I colour now?Flyers ListeningFch Have you been to that new supermarket in town, MrSalt?

Flyers ListeningFLet’s see. Can you see the children over there?Mch Yes I can. There are three children who are all sittingdown.F Well, look at the boy on the right. He’s wearingglasses.MchYes. Shall I colour that boy’s hair brown?FOK.RTwoF Can you see the bags? There are two on the left ofthe picture, near the boy with the drink.MchShall I colour one?F No, write on the bigger one. Write the word “golf”on it.RThreeFWould you like to draw something now?MchYes, please. I like drawing.FCan you see the plane?MchYes. It’s waiting to go.FOK. You can draw another one – but put it in the sky.MchAll right. There it is.FNow, can you make it yellow?MchFine. I’m doing that now.RFourMchShall I draw something else?F No, more colouring now. There’s a baby who’ssleeping over there. Can you see her?MchYes.FWell there’s a suitcase next to her. Can you colour it?MchYes. I’ll do it green.FThat’s good.RFiveF Last thing now. There are two men looking out of thewindow.Mch Yes, one of them’s got a beard. Shall I colour hissweater?FYes. Colour it red.MchOK. Is that all?FYes. It looks good, doesn’t it?R Now listen to Part Five again.That is the end of the Flyers Listening Test.

Candidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishFlyersReading & WritingSample PaperThere are 50 questions.You have 40 minutes.You will need a pen or pencil.My name is:.Flyers Reading & WritingCentr e Number

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 1– 10 questions –Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines.There is one example.a fridgean apartmentcupboardsPeople like flying this in the sky on a windyday.saltYou find this in the kitchen. It is cold inside. .2This is white and we put it on food.Children often like it on chips.These are made of metal. You cutfood like bread and fruit with them.These usually have shelves inside anddoors on the front. They are often madeof wood.This is a game for two teams, which youcan play on grass with a little white ball.They look like lemons but they aresmaller and they are green.4vegetables5678sugara kite.13limesknives910chickenMany people live in this kind of home.All the rooms are usually on the samefloor.You play this game in a team. You throwa ball in the air and hit it with yourhands and arms.scissors.People have these every day. Breakfast isone of them.3a kitemealsYou can grow these in the ground. Beans,peppers and carrots are some examples.an armchairvolleyballhockey

Flyers Reading & WritingPart 2– 7 questions –Look and read. Writeyes or no.ExamplesThere are two big black suitcases and one small red one.yes.The dog is next to the woman who is listening to music.no.4

Flyers Reading & WritingQuestions1The time on the round clock is quarter past nine.2The woman who is talking on the t

These sample papers show you what the Cambridge English: Flyers test looks like. When children know what to expect in the test, they will feel more confident and prepared. To prepare for Cambridge English: Flyers, children can practise parts of the test or do the complete practice test. Listening sample test To download the Cambridge English: Flyers Listening sample test go to www .

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