PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 10 minutes)
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For questions 1-5, mark the correct letter A-H on the answer sheet.
0 We can answer your questions. E
1 You can’t drive this way.
2 Children do not have to pay.
3 You can shop here six days a week.
4 Be careful when you stand up.
5 We work quickly.h prevent this candidate from scoring 5, but the errors do not impede communication of the message. Hello Richard, I'm so happy to see you soon. I'll like come 16th of June I hope this is right for you and I'll like to stay 2 weeks. I want to go to the theatre and in the evening I'll like going to the theatre, cinema and discho. Katia Sample answer C Mark: 3 This candidate clearly communicates the three parts of the message. However, there are grammar and spelling errors which means the candidate would have scored 4. However, the writer is penalised for not including either a salutation or a signature on his/her postcard and therefore loses one mark and scores a 3. I am coming on next Friday by plane. You will know right time, I will ring up. I want to stay about 10 days and I want to visit London but first - I would like to bee wiht you. Sample answer D Mark: 2 Two parts of the message are clearly communicated, but the third ('I'm going to End of March') requires interpretation, as does the concluding sentence. Consequently, the candidate would score 3. However, the writer is penalised for not including a signature on his/her postcard, and so loses a mark and scores 2. I'm going to End of March. I will stay for two weeks. I'd like to go anywhere and shopping, so I looking for you! KET 1 Europe Level A2 21 Sample answer E Mark: 0 Lack of linguistic resources make the message in this writing incomprehensible. It is unclear whether the writer is attempting a response to the input text and writing about future plans, or is attempting to describe impressions and past and/or present activities. England is very big country. Before come here is very cold. I in here Febremary 7th. In here school study English is one year another school is long date. Paper 2 Listening Part 1 1 B 2 A 3 B 4 A 5 C Part 2 6 F 7 G 8 E 9 B 10 A Part 3 11 B 12 C 13 A 14 B 15 C Part 4 For questions 16-20, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. In question 16, spelling must be correct. Recognisable spelling is acceptable for questions 17 and 19. 16 Elaine 17 (the) Grand Hotel 18 8.30 p.m./20.30/half past eight 19 Friend 20 724 5936 Part 5 For questions 21-25, ignore capitals/absence of capitals. In question 21, spelling must be correct. Spelling of 'bank', 'May' and 'bag' must also be correct as these are simple 'high frequency' KET vocabulary items. 21Warnock 22 (the) bank 23 21st May 24 £350(ormore) 25 (travel) bag Transcript This is the Key English Test. Paper 2. Listening. Test number one. There are five parts to the test. Parts One, Two, Three, Four and Five. We will now stop for a moment before we start the test. Please ask any questions now because you musn't speak during the test. [pause] KET 1 Europe Level A2 22 PART 1 Look at the instructions for Part One. [pause] You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1 to 5, put a tick under the right answer. Here is an example. Example: What time is it? Female: Excuse me, can you tell me the time? Male: Yes, it's nine o'clock. Female: Thank you. Male: You're welcome. [pause] The answer is nine o'clock, so there is a tick in box C. Now we are ready to start. Look at question one. [pausel Question 1 One What have they forgotten? Male: I've got the passports here. Female: And the tickets are in my bag. Male: What about the camera? Female: Oh no! I've left it at home. And I realty wanted to take some holiday photos. [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] Question 2 Two What time does the train go? Male: Hurry up! We'll be late. Femate: What time does the train go? Male: At six fifteen. We've got to leave in ten minutes. Female: I'm nearly ready. KET 1 Europe Level A2 23 [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] Question 3 Three Where is Room 22? Male: Can you tell me the way to Room 22? Female: Well... Go straight down here and it's the second door on the right. Male: Do I have to go through the main hall? Female: No, it's the door on the right, just before you get to the main hall. [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] Question 4 Four Which man wants to see him? Male: Which man wants to see me? Female: The one over there, wearing a hat. Male: The one with the glasses? Female: No, not him. The other one. [pause] Now listen again, [repeat] [pause] Question 5 Five How did the woman get to work? Female: Oh, the traffic's terrible today. Male: Yes, it took me forty minutes by bus. Female: Well, I drove and it took me an hour! Male: An hour! It's probably quicker by bicycle. [pause] Now listen again. KET 1 Europe Level A2 24 [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part One. Now look at Part Two. [pause] PART 2 Listen to Paul talking to a friend about his family. What does each person do? For questions 6 to 10, write a letter, A to H, next to each person. You will hear the conversation twice. [pause] Female: Tell me about your family, Paul. Paul: Well, you know Sally, my sister - the writer - don't you? Female: Yes. Is she your only sister? Paul: She is. But I've got two brothers. David's older than me, and Bill's younger. Female: How old is Bill? Paul: He's nineteen. He's studying French in Paris at the moment. Female: That sounds interesting ... And David? What does he do? Paul: Oh, he's a teacher, the same as my mother was. But she finished working last year. Female: And what about your father? Paul: Oh, he's a doctor at the local hospital. Female: Of course. I've seen him there. Paul: My mother says he works too hard. She wants him to stop. She wants to go and live on a farm in the country, near David, Female: Um ... Are you a doctor too, Paul? Paul: I'm not clever enough! I work in a bank - the one in the High Street, next to the bookshop. Female: Do you? So does my sisterl [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] KET 1 Europe Level A2 25 [pause] This ts the end of Part Two. Now look at Part Three. [pause] PART 3 Listen to Eric talking to Mary about the weekend. Their friend, Carlos, is coming to visit them. For questions 11 to 15, tick A, B or C. You will hear the conversation twice. Look at questions 11 to 15 now, You have 20 seconds. [pause] Now listen to the conversation, Eric: Mary ... what do you want to do at the weekend, when Carlos comes? Mary: Well, Eric, I must go shopping on Saturday moming. Eric: He hates shopping. But we could go to the museum and then meet you for lunch. Mary: Fine. What shall we do in the aftemoon? Eric: There's a good football match on - Carlos'll like that. Mary: OK. Do you want to eat at home in the evening? Eric: What about going to a restaurant? We haven't been to that Italian one for months. Mary: Or we could try that new Chinese one. Eric: OK. Let's do that. Now, what about Sunday? Mary: If we get up early on Sunday, we could go for a drive in the Countryside. Eric: Yes, and we could have lunch in a pub somewhere. Mary: Yes, the one near the river's nice. Shall we go to the cinema after lunch? Eric: We can't. His train's at four o'clock and I'll have to take him back to the station. [pause] Now listen again. KET 1 Europe Level A2 26 [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Three. Now look at Part Four. [pause] PART 4 You will hear a telephone conversation. A girl wants to speak to Martin, but he is not there. Listen and complete questions 16 to 20. You will hear the conversation twice. [pause] Male: Hello. 785 3126. Elaine: Hello. Could I speak to Martin please? Male: I'm afraid he's out at the moment. Can I take a message for him? Elaine: Yes, please. My name's Elaine. Male: How do you spell that? Elaine: E-L-A-I-N-E. Male: Right, Elaine. And what's the message? Elaine: Tell Martin that the party tonight is at the Grand Hotel. I'll meet him there. Male: Does he know the address? Elaine: Oh yes, Everyone knows the Grand Hotel. Male: OK. I'll tell him. Elaine: And tell him I'll try to be there at half past eight. But I may be a bit late. Male: Oh, I'm sure he won't mind waiting. I'll tell him eight thirty ... Is there anything else? Elaine: Oh, yes ... ask him to bring a friend. Male: A friend? Oh good, that could be me. Elaine: Hmmm ... well ... and please ask him to phone me if he can't come. Male: Has he got your phone number? Elaine: It's 724 5936. Male: Right, I've got that. KET 1 Europe Level A2 27 Elaine: Thanks a lot. Bye. Male: Bye. [pause] Now listen again. [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Four. Now look at Part Five. [pause] PART 5 You will hear some information about a travel agency. Listen and complete questions 21 to 25. You will hear the information twice. [pause] Answerphone: Hello. This is the South Seas Travel Agency. I'm sorry, no one can speak to you right now. The South Seas Travel Agency has moved to another part of town. We also have a new phone number. Please ring us on 847 2296. Our new address is 98 Warnock Road, that's W-A-R-N-O-C-K. It's easy to find - it's near the park, at the end of the road, opposite the bank. We will be open for business at our new office on 21 st May. We hope to see you soon at our new address. We have many exciting holidays at special prices. And we have a present for anyone who spends £350 or more on a holiday. If your holiday costs £350, we will give you a travel bag absolutely free. This beautitul bag can carry everything you need on a plane journey. And it can be yours free. Thank you for calling the South Seas Travel Agency. [pause] Now listen again, [repeat] [pause] This is the end of Part Five. KET 1 Europe Level A2 28 You now have eight minutes to write your answers on the answer sheet. Note: Teacher, stop the recording here and time eight minutes. Remind students when there is one minute remaining. [pause] This is the end of the test.