Cambridge Flyers 2020 Test 23 - Reading & Writing

3/21/2020 11:19:00 AM

Look and read. Choose the correct words from the box.

entrance expensive since
amazing a calendar across
hurry  a camel hobbies
butterflies weekend empty
art improve an engine

Example: Making someone feels extremely surprised. amazing

Not containing any things or people.

This word describes when you get better at doing something.  

A machine that uses energy to produce movement.

To move or do things more quickly than normal.

This is a door, gate, ... by which you can enter a building or place.

From one side to the other of something with clear limits, such as an area of land, a road, or a river.

This animal usually lives in hot, dry places and it can walk for months without any water.  

People who are good at this subject are good at drawing and painting pictures.

This word is used to describe something that costs a lot of money.

From a particular time in the past until a later time, or until now.

Betty is at the doctor with her mom.

Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A Yes, of course, but be careful, please.
B AIl right, so I won't do any sports this week, then.
C I'm not very well, Doctor Plant. I've hurt my foot. (Example)
D They look like footballs, don't they?
E I fell when I was running to catch the school bus.
F Did the nurse work at the hospital?
G No, not now, but it was very bad yesterday.
H Is it? Oh, good. Do I need to come back next week?

Doctor Plant: Good morning, Betty. How are you?

Betty: C

Doctor Plant: So how did it happen?

Betty:

Doctor Plant: Oh dear. Does it hurt very much?

Betty:

Doctor Plant: Can I look at it, Betty?

Betty:

Doctor Plant:  It's fine, Betty.

Betty:

Doctor Plant: No, but look after your foot for a few days. Don't run and jump on it a lot. OK?

Betty:

Read the story. Choose a word from the box.

My dad often has to work away from home. Last year, he had to catch a plane to another country and stay in a hotel for a few days. I felt sad about that. When Dad arrived, he phoned us from the hotel. "It's been difficult," he said. “There was a bad and the plane had to wait so we arrived very late. I'm tired and now I can't find my small black bag." "It's here, at home," said Mum. "You left it in the that took you to the airport. The driver brought it back to me this afternoon."

"Oh no! There are some important in it that I must have for a meeting. Can you bring the bag to me tomorrow?" he asked.

Mum quickly. “OK!” she said. Very early the next day, we caught a plane, too. It was great! We Dad, stayed with him in the hotel for two days, and then we all flew home together.

Now choose the best name for this story: .

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

For a very long time, people tried to fly like birds or bisects with wings made of wood or card. But no-one could fly two brothers who were called Wright made the first plane a century ago.

The first planes were very small. They were just big for one pilot and they couldn't fly very far. Today, there are very big planes which can  hundreds of people at the same time to country in the world.

There are also a lot of small planes are very important in people's lives. In some very big countries when a person is very ill and needs a doctor to come , the doctors need to use a plane.

In some countries, there are fires in the big forests, firemen use small planes to pick up water from a river or the sea and drop on the fire.

In the last fifty years, more and more people begun to go on holiday by plane. Fifty years ago most countries had one airport but today there is an airport near most big cities.

Look at the picture and read the story. Write some words to complete the sentences about the story. You can use 1, 2, 3, or 4 words.

Daisy and the funny drink

Daisy Green lived in a flat in the city with her family. Last Sunday was a very hot day and the Green family decided to stay at home. Daisy didn’t have anyone to play with. She asked her dad, but he had to wash the car. She didn’t ask her mum, because she was in the living room with one of her friends.

Daisy thought, “Perhaps Anna will play with me.” But her older sister was doing her homework in her bedroom. “Shh! Be quiet!” Anna said. “All right,” Daisy whispered. “But you look hot. I'll get you a drink.”

Daisy went downstairs to the kitchen. She took three things out of the fridge: the milk, a bottle of orange juice and some lemonade. It was difficult to choose, so Daisy put all three of them in one glass. The drink looked very strange, but Daisy took it upstairs and put it down carefully on Anna’s desk.

“Have you finished your homework yet?” she asked. “Yes,” said Anna. “Let’s email some of our friends.” “Great!” said Daisy. Then Anna picked up the drink and tasted it. “Daisy!” she laughed. “This drink is horrible! Let’s go downstairs and ask Mum for some ice cream. Then we can play.” “Good idea!” said Daisy.

Examples

Daisy's family lived in a flat which was in the city.

It was a hot day on Sunday.

Daisy’s father needed to the car that day.

Anna was Daisy's .

Anna was when Daisy went into her room.

Daisy got things from the fridge.

Anna wanted to her friends.

Anna thought the drink was .

The girls went downstairs to get some .

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

Friday
We went ice skating in town today. I have never done that before. I enjoyed it but I over lots of times! There was music so we tried to dance the ice too. It was excellent. 
I wore my new blue on my feet. They're made of wool. Some of my friends school came with us. At the end of the day, we all bought fish and chips because we very hungry. Then we went home on the bus.

Look at three pictures. Write the story shown in the pictures. Write 20 words or more.

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