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For the revised exam from 2018 8 Complete Prac ce Tests 6 in the Student’s
For the revised
exam from 2018
8
Complete Prac ce Tests
6
in the Student’s book
+
2
fully interactive tests
(also ideal for the computer-based exam)
Andrew Betsis
Lawrence Mamas

The entire test lasts about an hour and has the following sections:

1. Listening

2. Reading and Writing

3. Speaking.

Candidates should bring a pen or pencil for the Reading and Writing section, and should have coloured pens or pencils for the Listening section.

The question papers contain spaces for writing all the answers.

MOVERS Format Parts length parts total items Listening about 25 minutes 5 25 Reading and
MOVERS
Format
Parts
length
parts
total items
Listening
about 25 minutes
5
25
Reading and Writing
30 minutes
6
35
Speaking
5-7 minutes
4
-

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Succeed in Movers - 8 Practice Tests - 2018 format - Student's book

Succeed in Movers - 8 Practice Tests - 2018 format - Overprinted Edition with answers - ISBN: 978-1-78164-508-6

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Contents
Contents
Contents Exam Format Page 4 Practice Test 1 Page 5 Practice Test 2 Page 31
Contents
Exam Format
Page 4
Practice Test 1
Page 5
Practice Test 2
Page 31
Practice Test 3
Page 57
Practice Test 4
Page 83
Practice Test 5
Page 109
Practice Test 6
Page 135

Cambridge English: Movers

Exam Format

Listening (approximately 25 minutes / 25 items)

The test format includes multiple choice, short answer and using coloured pencils to respond to one task. Each of the five parts begins with an example.

Part

Main Skill Focus

Input

Response

Questions

1

Listening for descriptions and names

Picture, names and dialogue

Draw lines matching names to people in a picture

5

2

Listening for spelling, names and other information

Form or page of a notepad with missing words and dialogue

Write numbers or words in gaps

5

 

Listening for names,

Picture sets and list of illustrated

Match pictures with illustrated word or name by writing the corresponding letter in the box

 

3

words and other detailed information.

words or names and dialogues

5

4

Listening for various kinds of specific information

Multiple-choice pictures and dialogues with 3 options

Tick box under correct picture

5

 

Listening for words, colours

Dialogue and picture

Carry out instructions to colour and write (In colours: black, blue, brown, green, grey, orange, pink, purple, red, yellow)

 

5

and specific information

5

Reading and Writing (30 minutes / 35 items)

As in the Listening, this section’s focus is on the present and relevant contexts for language. Candidates will need a pen or pencil for this section. Each of the six parts begins with an example.

Part

Main Skill Focus

Input

Response

Questions

1

Matching definitions to words. Writing words.

Definitions and labelled pictures

Copy the correct words next to the definitions.

5

 

Reading a dialogue and choosing

short dialogue with multiple-choice responses

Select the correct response by circling a letter.

 

2

the correct responses.

6

Writing letters

 
 

Reading a text both for specific

Cloze text, words, pictures

Choose missing words and copy them correctly. Choose the best title for the story by ticking a box.

 

3

information and gist. Copying words.

6

 

Reading and understanding

Gapped text and 3-option multiple-choice (grammatical words)

Complete text by selecting the correct words and copying them in the gaps.

 

4

a factual text. Copying words.

5

5

Reading a story. Completing sentences.

Picture, story and gapped sentences

Complete the sentences about the story by writing 1, 2 or 3 words.

7

 

Guided writing.

Pictures, partial

Complete the sentences, answer the questions and write sentences about the picture.

 

6

sentences and

6

 

questions

Speaking (5–7 minutes / 4 parts)

In the Speaking test the candidate speaks to one examiner for about six minutes. The format of the speaking test is explained to the candidates before they enter the exam room in their native language, usually by a person they know, or by their teacher. This person takes the candidates into the exam room and introduces them to the examiner. The section is assessed based on a rating for vocabulary and grammar, pronunciation and interaction.

Part

Main Skill Focus

Input

Response

1

Describing two pictures using short responses

Two similar pictures:

Identify four differences between pictures.

(examiner’s and candidate’s)

 

Understanding the beginning of a story

 

Listen to the examiner, tell the beginning of the story and then continue to tell it based on the pictures.

2

and then continuing it based on a series of pictures.

Picture sequence (4 pictures), title, names

3

Finding a picture which is different and explaining why.

pictures sets

Identify the odd one out and give reason.

4

Understanding and responding to personal questions.

open-ended questions about the candidate

Answer personal questions.

Centre Number

Centre Number Candidate Number

Candidate Number

Centre Number Candidate Number

Cambridge Young Learners English

Movers

Listening

Practice Test 7

There are 25 questions.

You will need coloured pens or pencils.

My name is:

161

Listening Part 1 - 5 questions - Listen and draw lines. There is one example.

Listening

Part 1

- 5 questions -

Listen and draw lines. There is one example.

Daisy

Anna

Sally

Mary

Listening Part 1 - 5 questions - Listen and draw lines. There is one example. Daisy
Listening Part 1 - 5 questions - Listen and draw lines. There is one example. Daisy

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Julia

Miss May

Ben

7

Listening

Part 2

- 5 questions -

Listen and write. There is one example.

It has a black: SUE’S DOG nose chicken and carrots Jack park ball garden

It has a black:

SUE’S DOG

nose

chicken and carrots
chicken and carrots

chicken and carrots

chicken and carrots
chicken and carrots
Jack

Jack

Jack
park

park

park
ball

ball

ball
garden

garden

garden

1 Favourite food:

2 Dog’s name:

3 Goes for walks in the:

4 Favourite toy:

5 He lives in Sue’s:

163

Listening

Listening

Part 3

- 5 questions -

Clare is telling her mum about her school friends and where they went for their holiday. Where did each person go? Listen and write a letter in each box. There is one example.

164

and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C
and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C
and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C
and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C
and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C
and write a letter in each box. There is one example. 164 Paul H Grace C

Paul

H
H

Grace

C
C

Lily

G
G

Fred

A
A

Ben

E
E

Vicky

F
F

7

7 A C E G B D F H 165

A

7 A C E G B D F H 165

C

7 A C E G B D F H 165

E

7 A C E G B D F H 165

G

7 A C E G B D F H 165

B

7 A C E G B D F H 165

D

7 A C E G B D F H 165

F

7 A C E G B D F H 165

H

165

Listening

Listening

Part 4

- 5 questions - Listen and tick ( 3) the box. There is one example.

What sport did the boy start?

the box. There is one example. What sport did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which
the box. There is one example. What sport did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which
the box. There is one example. What sport did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which
the box. There is one example. What sport did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which
the box. There is one example. What sport did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which

ABC

3
3

1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal?

did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What

ABC

3
3

2 What did the children do last weekend?

did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What
did the boy start? ABC 3 1 Which is Dan’s favourite animal? ABC 3 2 What

ABC

3
3

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7

3 What does Jim want to eat?

7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
3
3
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC

ABC

4 Where is Daisy now?

7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC

ABC

7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC

5 How did Mark get to school yesterday?

7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC
3
3
7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC

ABC

7 3 What does Jim want to eat? 3 ABC 4 Where is Daisy now? ABC

167

Listening

Listening

Part 5

- 5 questions -

Listen and colour and write. There is one example.

Listening Listening Part 5 - 5 questions - Listen and colour and write. There is one

168

7

Centre Number

Centre Number Candidate Number

Candidate Number

Centre Number Candidate Number

Cambridge Young Learners English

Movers

Reading & Writing

Practice Test 7

There are 35 questions.

You have 30 minutes.

You will need a pen or pencil.

My name is:

169

Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Part 1

- 5 questions - Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines. There is one example.

a blanket

a blanket

a cafe
a cafe
a sweater

a sweater

an ice cream

an ice cream

a towel
a towel
a teacher
a teacher
a doctor
a doctor
a puppy

a puppy

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7

Example You dry your body with this when you are wet.

Questions

1 People drink coffee here.

2 You see this person when you are not well.

3 This is a baby dog.

4 You wear this when it is cold.

5 Children enjoy eating this.

a towel

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

a cafe

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

a doctor

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

a puppy

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

a sweater

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

an ice cream

You wear this when it is cold. 5 Children enjoy eating this. a towel a cafe

171

Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Part 2

- 6 questions -

Read the text and choose the best answer.

2 - 6 questions - Read the text and choose the best answer. Example Lucy: I

Example

Lucy:

I love your bike!

Paul:

A
A

Thanks. Me too!

B It’s mine!

C Yes, it is.

Questions

1

Lucy:

Is it new?

Paul:

A

It wasn’t.

 
B
B

Yes, it is.

C

I didn’t know.

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2 Lucy:

Who gave it to you?

Paul:

A

My dad was.

B

I gave it to him.

C

My mum and dad.

3 Lucy:

Paul:

Was it a present for your birthday?

A
A

Yes. It was.

B No, it is.

C Yes, I liked it.

4 Lucy:

When was your birthday?

Paul: A B C
Paul:
A
B
C

It’s on Saturday.

Every day. At the weekend.

5 Lucy:

Paul:

Shall we go to the park on our bikes?

A
A

Yes, that’s a nice idea!

B Yes, it’s near the park.

C Yes, I like the bikes.

6 Lucy:

Paul:

Can I ride in front of you?

A

B
B

No, I can’t.

OK, that’s fine!

C So can I!

173

Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Part 3

- 6 questions -

Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1-5. There is one example.

My name’s Peter. Yesterday I went with my class on a

It was very exciting and all the children were very (1)

bus

happy

to a big city.

My mum

made me a great lunch with a (2)

gave me a new bag to put my things in. The weather was sunny and nice.

sandwich

and some chocolate. My dad

First, we went to a zoo. In the zoo we saw a huge lizard. Some of the children were very

(3)

afraid

but I loved it!

Then we went to a big park. It was beautiful but the weather was cloudy. Then it started

to (4)

hour, so we (5)

rain

a lot! We ran to the nearest restaurant. It was raining for an

pizzas there and we had a great time!

ate

When the rain stopped we got on the bus and we went to the park. It was very nice there.

We saw a big lake and there were lots of fish in it.

I had a great day!

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7

Example

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

fish

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

afraid

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

rain

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

run

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

drank

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

ate

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

happy

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

sandwich

Example fish afraid rain run drank ate happy sandwich bus

bus

(6) Now choose the best name for the story.

Tick one box.

A

picnic on a bus

A picnic on a bus

Peter’s class

Peter’s class

A

nice day

3
3

175

Reading & Writing

Part 4

- 5 questions -

Read the text. Choose the right words and write them on the lines.

Example

1

176

2

3

4

5

Whales

Whales Whales are the They are bigger many different families of whales. Blue whales are the

Whales

are the

They are bigger

many different families of whales. Blue whales are the biggest.

They

Whales live in families. They

sea and find food there.

Whales are not dangerous but people are

afraid of them because they are so big.

the biggest animals in the world. And they

are

largest

than

animals that live in the sea. elephants. There are

be more than 100 feet long.

swim

in the

sometimes

can

7

Example:

is

are
are

was

1

large

largest

 

larger

2

than
than

then

them

3

are

can
can

have

4

swim
swim

swimming

swims

5

never

sometimes

every

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Reading & Writing

Part 5

- 7 questions - Look at the pictures and read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2 or 3 words.

Sports day

about the story. You can use 1, 2 or 3 words. Sports day My name is

My name is Fred. Every year we have a sports day at our school. This year it was on the last day of school. Everyone in my family came. My grandfather and grandmother and my cousins came too! My youngest cousin is only six years old. Her name is Lucy.

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Examples The school has a sports day every

year

Lucy. 178 Examples The school has a sports day every year . This year, the sports
Lucy. 178 Examples The school has a sports day every year . This year, the sports

.

This year, the sports day was on the

last

day every year . This year, the sports day was on the last day of school.
day every year . This year, the sports day was on the last day of school.

day of school.

Questions

1 All of Fred’s

family

the last day of school. Questions 1 All of Fred’s family came to the sports day.
the last day of school. Questions 1 All of Fred’s family came to the sports day.

came to the sports day.

2 Lucy is Fred’s

youngest

the last day of school. Questions 1 All of Fred’s family came to the sports day.
the last day of school. Questions 1 All of Fred’s family came to the sports day.

cousin.

7

7 The first game was basketball. Our parents played with the children. It was funny to

The first game was basketball. Our parents played with the children. It was funny to see my mum and dad run and jump and throw the ball. We had a lot of fun and everyone was very tired after the game. Then there was a game for the younger children. Lucy wanted to play but she was afraid of the older children and started to cry. She sat down on the grass near my grandmother.

3 The parents

played

down on the grass near my grandmother. 3 The parents played basketball with the children. 4
down on the grass near my grandmother. 3 The parents played basketball with the children. 4

basketball with the children.

4 After the game, the parents and the kids were very

tired

4 After the game, the parents and the kids were very tired . 5 Lucy didn’t
4 After the game, the parents and the kids were very tired . 5 Lucy didn’t

.

5 Lucy didn’t want to play because she was

afraid

the parents and the kids were very tired . 5 Lucy didn’t want to play because
the parents and the kids were very tired . 5 Lucy didn’t want to play because

of the older children.

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing Then a boy called Paul, who was seven, took Lucy’s hand. ‘Don’t cry’

Then a boy called Paul, who was seven, took Lucy’s hand. ‘Don’t cry’ he said. ‘You can play with me’. Lucy was so happy! She played with him and the younger children. She skipped and laughed with them. She and Paul ate a big ice cream! All my family were happy and my grandfather took lots of pictures with his camera. It was a fantastic day!

6 Lucy stopped crying and played with Paul and the younger

7 Paul and Lucy ate an

180

ice cream

day! 6 Lucy stopped crying and played with Paul and the younger 7 Paul and Lucy
day! 6 Lucy stopped crying and played with Paul and the younger 7 Paul and Lucy

.

children

day! 6 Lucy stopped crying and played with Paul and the younger 7 Paul and Lucy
day! 6 Lucy stopped crying and played with Paul and the younger 7 Paul and Lucy

.

7

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Reading & Writing

Reading & Writing

Look and read and write.

Part 6

- 6 questions -

OXFORD
OXFORD

Examples There is a woman getting off

the train

What is the man near the black bag wearing?

182

a green shirt

7

Complete the sentences.

1 The man with the orange

bag

2 The train to Oxford is red, black and

Answer the questions.

is getting on the train.

white

3 What is the girl in the blue skirt holding?

(She is holding) a ball.

4 What is the woman in the pink skirt carrying?

(She is carrying) some books.

Now write two sentences about the picture.

5 There are 3/three children and 6/six grown-ups in the picture. The woman in the purple skirt has a handbag.

………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………

6 There are two trains in the picture / at the station. The man in the green shirt / in the black trousers has a moustache.

……………………………………………

………………………………………………………

…………….

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Find the differences

Speaking

Find the differences Speaking 184
Find the differences Speaking 184

184

7

Daisy’s birthday

Picture Story

Daisy

32

7 Daisy’s birthday Picture Story Daisy 32 1 4 185
1
1
4
4
7 Daisy’s birthday Picture Story Daisy 32 1 4 185
7 Daisy’s birthday Picture Story Daisy 32 1 4 185

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