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Young LearnersYoung Learners English Tests (YLE)Sample papersStarters2VolumeTwo UCLES 2013 CE/2051a/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: Starters test looks like. When children know what to expect inthe test, they will feel more confident and prepared.To prepare for Cambridge English: Starters, children can practise parts of the test or do the complete practice test.Listening sample testTo download the Cambridge English: Starters Listening sample test go 2For further information about the three levels of Cambridge English: Young Learners and for more sample papers, go towww.cambridgeenglish.org/younglearners

Centre NumberCandidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishStartersListeningSample PaperThere are 20 questions.You will need coloured pens or pencils.My name is:.Starters ListeningStarters ListeningGo to the Introduction to downloadthe Listening sample test.

Starters ListeningPart 1– 5 questions –Listen and draw lines. There is one example.3

– 5 questions –Read the question. Listen and write a name or a number.There are two examples.ExamplesWhat is the girl’s name?Lucy.How old is she?7.4Starters ListeningPart 2

Starters ListeningQuestions1What is Lucy’s friend’s name?.2Which class are the two children inat school?.How many dogs are there at Lucy’shouse?.4What’s the name of Lucy’s favourite dog?.5How many fish has Lucy’s friend got?.35

Starters ListeningPart 3– 5 questions –Listen and tick ( ) the box. There is one example.What’s Pat doing?A1CBCWhich is May?A2BWhich is Nick’s favourite ice-cream?ABC6

Starters Listening3What’s Ben doing?A4CBCBCWhere’s Kim’s doll?A5BWhat’s Dad doing?A7

– 5 questions –Listen and colour. There is one example.8Starters ListeningPart 4

Starters ListeningStarters ListeningMarking KeyPart 4 5 marks1Colour bird on man’s head – pink2Colour bird in tree – yellow3Colour bird next to plane – green4 Colour bird in front of door – brown( ) Acceptable extra words are placed inbrackets/ A single slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative words within ananswer// A double slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative complete answersPart 15 marksLines should be drawn between:1Clock and between two pictures on wall2Book and under table3Phone and on mat4 Camera and in cupboard5Shell and on table next to robotPart 2 5 marks1ALEX28//eight33//three4 S-O-C-K-S512//twelvePart 3 5 marks1A2B3B4 C5A5Colour bird between flowers – red

Yes. OK.RNow listen to Part One again.That is the end of Part One.Tapescript art Two. Look at the picture. Listen and write aPname or a number. There are two examples.R rubricFch Female childF Female adultMch Male childM Male adultR ello. This is the University of Cambridge StartersHListening Test.L ook at Part One. Now look at the picture. Listen andlook. There is one example.MHello. Are you the girl in this picture?FchYes. My name’s Lucy.MAnd how do you spell your name?FchL-U-C-Y.MAnd how old are you, Lucy?FchI’m seven.MSeven?FchYes!R an you see the answers? Now you listen and writeCa name or a number.OneFPut the radio on the bookcase.MSorry? Put the radio where?MIs this your friend in the picture with you?FOn the bookcase.FchYes, it is.MRight.MWhat’s his name?R an you see the line? This is an example. Now youClisten and draw lines.FchHis name’s Alex.MHow do you spell that?OneFchA-L-E-X.FPut the clock between the two pictures.RTwoMPardon? Where do I put the clock?MIs he in your class at school?FOn the wall. Between the two pictures.FchYes! We’re in class eight.MOK.MSorry?RTwoFchIn class eight. And we’ve got a great teacher.FNow put the book under the table.RThreeMSorry? Put the book where?MAnd have you got a dog, Lucy?FPut it under the small table.FchOh yes. There are three dogs at our house.MRight. I can do that.MThree dogs?RThreeFchYes. That’s right. They’re small dogs, not big dogs.FAnd now, please put the phone on the mat.RFourMThe phone?MAnd which is your favourite dog, Lucy?FYes. Put it on the mat.FchOh, Socks is my favourite. He’s very funny.MAll right. I’m drawing that line now.MAnd how do you spell that?RFourFchS-O-C-K-S.FNow the camera! Put it in the cupboard.MThat’s a good name for a dog!MWhere?RFiveFPut the camera in the cupboard.MAnd has your friend got any animals?MOK.FchYes. He’s got some beautiful fish.RFiveMFish? How many?FchHe’s got twelve.F And now put the shell on the table, next to the robot.MSorry? Put the shell where?MTwelve fish!FPut it on the table, next to the robot.FchYes.Starters ListeningStarters ListeningM

Starters ListeningR Now listen to Part Two again.That is the end of Part Two.RThis is an example. Now you listen and colour.Part Three. Look at the pictures. Now listen and look.There is one example. What’s Pat doing?Can you see the orange bird in the water?OneFNow find the bird on the man.MchIt’s sitting on the man’s head!FchIs Pat at your house?MchYes, she is.FchIs she playing in the garden?F (Laughing) Yes it is. What a funny bird! Can you colourit pink?MchNo. She’s reading in the living room.MchPink?RCan you see the tick? Now you listen and tick the box.FThat’s right.One. Which is May?RTwoMchWhere’s May, Mum?FLook at the bird in the tree.FIs that her, wearing trousers?MchOK, I can see it. Can I colour it?MchNo, she’s wearing a skirt.FYes. Colour it yellow.FOh yes, and a T-shirt. She looks great.MchOK. A yellow bird in the tree.RTwo. Which is Nick’s favourite ice-cream?RThreeFchIs that an apple ice-cream, Nick?FCan you see the bird next to the plane?MchNo, it’s pineapple.MchPardon? Which bird?FchIs that your favourite?FThe bird next to the plane. It’s got a very long tail.MchNo. My favourite’s banana.MchOh yes. I can see it.RThree. What’s Ben doing?FColour it green.FIs Ben on the beach?MchRight. I’m colouring it green now.MchYes. He’s with his friends.RFourFAre they swimming?MchLook. There’s a bird in front of the door.MchNo, they’re kicking a ball.FYes there is. Colour it brown.RFour. Where’s Kim’s doll?MchA brown bird in front of the door.MWhy are you sad, Kim?FYes, that’s nice.FchI can’t find my doll.RFiveMIs it in the toy box?FCan you see the bird between the flowers?FchNo! Oh look. I can see it. It’s behind the chair.MchYes. It’s eating.RFive. What’s Dad doing?FColour it red.FchIs Dad in the bedroom?MchA red bird between the flowers?FNo, he’s in the bathroom.FThat’s right. Well done! The picture looks good now.FchOh yes, he’s listening to the radio.RNow listen to Part Four again.FNo, he’s singing. That’s nice.RNow listen to Part Three again.That is the end of Part Three.Part Four. Look at the picture. Listen and look.There is one example.FCan you see the bird in the water?MchYes, I can.FRight. Now colour it orange.MchPardon?FColour the bird in the water orange.That is the end of the Starters Listening Test.

Starters Reading & WritingCentre NumberCandidate NumberCambridge Young Learners EnglishStartersReading & WritingSample PaperThere are 25 questions.You have 20 minutes.You will need a pen or pencil.My name is:.Starters12

Starters Reading & WritingPart 1– 5 questions –Look and read. Put a tick ( ) or a cross ( ) in the box.There are two examples.ExamplesThis is a flower. This is a goat. Questions1This is a lizard.13Cambridge English: Young Learners2

Starters Reading & Writing2This is a bike.3This is a pineapple.4This is a television.5This is a guitar.3Starters14

Starters Reading & WritingPart 2– 5 questions –Look and read. Writeyes or no.ExamplesA boy is reading a book.yes.A monkey is sitting on the big elephant.no.Questions151There are two children in the sea.2The duck is walking behind thetwo elephants.3The girls are playing with a ball.4The woman in the boat has gota camera.5The crocodile is eating a coconut.Cambridge English: Young Learners4

Starters Reading & WritingPart 3– 5 questions –Look at the pictures. Look at the letters. Write the words.Exampledr e s ssrsednajseeohsQuestions12s3cjtkea4nhg a a b d5ro5tsreusStarters16

Starters Reading & WritingPart 4– 5 questions –Read this. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct wordnext to numbers 1–5. There is one example.A horselegs, two ears, two eyes and long.(1). on my head. I’m a big animal. I don’t live inI’ve got foura (2). or a garden. I like eating(3). and apples. I drink (4). .A woman, a (5). or a child can ride me.What am I? I am a anoCambridge English: Young Learners6

Starters Reading & WritingPart 5– 5 questions –Look at the pictures and read the questions. Write one-wordanswers.ExamplesWhere are the children?classroomin the .What colour is the cat?white.Questions1a .What is the teacher drawing?7Starters18

Starters Reading & Writing192Who is holding the cat?3What is the teacher doing now?4Where is the cat now?5How many children are lookingat the cat?Cambridge English: Young Learnersa .at the .8

Marking Key( ) Acceptable extra words are placed inbrackets/ A single slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative words within ananswer// A double slash is placed betweenacceptable alternative complete answersPart 1Starters Reading & WritingStarters Reading& WritingPart 4 5 marks1hair2house3carrots4 water5manPart 5 5 g4 window55//five5 marks1 2 3 4 5 Part 2 5 marks1yes2no3no4 yes5noPart 3 5 marks1jeans2shoes3jacket4 handbag5trousersStarters20

Starters SpeakingStarters SpeakingSummary of ProceduresThe usher introduces the child to the examiner.1 The examiner familiarises the child with the picture first and then asks the child topoint out certain items on the scene picture, e.g. ‘Where’s the monkey?’2 The examiner asks the child to put object cards in various locations on the scenepicture, e.g. ‘Put the shell under the tree.’3 The examiner asks questions about two of the people or things in the scene picture,e.g. ‘What’s this?’ (Answer: fish) ‘What colour is it?’ (Answer: grey)4 The examiner asks questions about the object cards,e.g. ‘What’s this?’ (Answer: a bike) and ‘Have you got a bike?’521The examiner asks questions about the child, e.g. ‘How old are you?’Cambridge English: Young Learners

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