Cambridge Flyers 2020 Test 7 - Reading & Writing

2/9/2020 3:55:09 PM

Look and read. Choose the correct words from the box and fill in the blank.

a dictionary a knife art
a newspaper a fork maths
a card a spoon geography
a book scissors history
a postcard an envelope a university

 

Example: You send this to a friend at Christmas => a card 

You use these to cut paper.

When you study this subject you learn about islands and jungles.

If you can't spell a word you can use this to help you.

If you like drawing and painting you should study this subject.

We need one of these to eat soup or fruit salad.

When you are on holiday you send this to your friends.

You use this to cut bread, cheese, and meat.

You can study here after you leave school.

We put a letter or a card in this before we post it.

 You can buy this every day and read about things which have happened.

Tom is talking to Helen about food. What does Helen say to Tom? Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A–H) for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. My dad grew vegetables in our garden.

B. It's cheese! Cheese on pizza and cheese on bread.

C. I was about seven. It's difficult to remember.

D. No, it isn't the same time as yours.

E. My sister. She likes doing that.

F. Are you? I'm not. I had a big breakfast! (Example)

G. Yes, but I only like making easy things.

H. At about midday usually.

Tom: Hello, Helen. Oh! I'm so hungry.

Helen: F

Tom: I didn't! What's your favorite food, Helen?

Helen:

Tom: Mine's pasta. Who cooks your lunch?

Helen:

Tom: Do you like cooking?

Helen:

Tom: Yes, that's fun. When did you start cooking?

Helen:

Tom: What time do you have your lunch?

Helen:

Tom: Me too. See you later.

Read the story. Choose a word from the box.

Tom loves working in the garden. It's his favorite hobby. He grows a lot of fruit and vegetables there. Every year, there is a competition in his to find the best watermelon and always Tom tries to win. This year, he's feeling very happy because he thinks he's got the biggest watermelon that anyone has ever . It looks like a football! It's green and and so big that Tom can't pick it up. It's too heavy! He gives it lots of water every day and every day it gets even bigger. At night, he takes his blanket outside and on the ground next to his watermelon to look after it. He's afraid because someone might climb over the wall and it! Tom's decided that this year he's not going to lose the competition!

Now choose the best name for this story: .

 

 

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

Whales are sea animals that look like very big fish. But whales are different from fish because their babies stay with their mothers and drink their mother's milk a year or more. Whales are also different from fish because they to swim up to the top of the water take air in every 30 or 40 minutes.

are two different kinds of whale hales with teeth and whales without teeth. One kind of whale that have teeth is the Blue Whale. Blue Whales are the animals in the world, but they only eat very small sea animals. These are "krill".

Dolphins are a kind of whale with teeth. They eat fish and live in family groups. They learn quickly and people swim with dolphins never them because they are very clever, friendly and beautiful. Whales have strange songs which they whistle or sing under the water. These songs are very loud. The whole is noisier all other animals.

Read and answer questions.

Read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3 or 4 words.

William's Backpack

My name is Pedro and my sister's name is Maria. Last Saturday, we went to London by train with our parents. My mum said it was easier to take the train than the car. Our cousin William came to London too, but he went by bus so we met him at Liverpool Street Station. He had a heavy backpack with him. 'I can carry your backpack, William,' Dad said. 'No, thanks, I can manage,' William said.

We went to the Science Museum first. I asked Dad lots of questions but he didn't know the answers. William took a book about science out of his backpack. 'Here you are!' he said to Dad. 'Thanks, William,' said Dad.

When we left the museum, it was very sunny. 'It's OK,' said William. 'I've got some suncream in my backpack.'

We went to McDonald's for lunch. My sister made a mess of her food on the table. William gave her a tissue from his backpack. 'Have this,' he said.

In the afternoon, we wanted to go to a famous toy shop but we couldn't find it. William took a map of London out of his backpack and we soon found the street where the shop was.

At the toy shop, William wanted to get a keyring, but he didn't have any money in his pocket. 'Look for it in your backpack!' we all said.

 

Pedro and Maria went to London with .

Pedro's family went to meet William at .

At the Science Museum, William gave Pedro's father .

William had a tissue which he gave to in McDonald's.

The family used William's to find the toy shop.

When William couldn't find his , the family told him to look in his backpack.

Pedro and Maria went to London by .

Read the letter and find the missing words. Write one word on each blank.

Dear Sue, 

I like my new school very much. I thought I wouldn't like it, but everyone is so nice to me. I have friends in my class. My best friend is Sally. She is very beautiful and she has nice, long hair. We like the things; for example, basketball and drawing. 

Next week, it's my birthday so I want to have a big for all my friends. I also want invite my teachers! 

Of course, I will invite you, too, so I hope you can !

Love, 

Mary