Cambridge Flyers 2020 Test 26 - Reading & Writing

4/13/2020 8:35:00 PM

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

spoons dinosaurs a sledge
chopsticks tsunami a storm
an eagle newspaper telephones
a district a snowboard glue
secretaries a street wood

Example: A large, strong bird with a curved beak that eats meat and can see very well. an eagle

This is something we use to stick things together, for example, two pieces of paper.

A road in a city or town that has buildings that are usually close together along one or both sides.

These animals lived a long time ago. They don't live now.

You use these to eat ice cream or soup from a bowl, or to put some sugar in a drink.

Many people carry one of these, but you can also find them in homes and offices. You can use them to talk to people who are far away.

This comes from trees and people make a lot of things with it, for example, tables, chairs and shelves.

These people work in offices, arrange meetings and write letters on computers.

When this happens, it rains very hard with strong wind and often thunder or lightning.

Journalists write for these, photographers take pictures for them and people read them every day.

 If it snows, you can sit on this and go down a hill.

Sarah Ball, who is an astronaut, is visiting William's school. What does Sarah say? 

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. Because it's very exciting work.

B. Yes, very much. (Example)

C. When I'm clever and careful.

D. No, but I'd like to go there.

E. I think I liked geography best.

F. About eight years!

G. It's OK because I got your email.

H. Oh, we have strange food which tastes horrible.

William: Do you enjoy being an astronaut, Sarah?

Sarah: B

William:  And why do you like your job?

Sarah:

William: What subject did you like best at school?

Sarah:

William: How long must you study to be an astronaut?

Sarah:

William: What do you eat when you're in space?

Sarah:

William: Have you been to the moon yet?

Sarah:

Read the story. Choose a word from the box. 

Last Saturday Emma went to visit her Aunt Jane. “It's Mum's birthday tomorrow,” said Emma, “and I want to give her some and a cake, but I'm not very good at cooking. Can you make a cake for me, please?”

“I'm sorry,” said Aunt Jane, “I don't have much time today. I have to after the baby, cut the grass and wash the car.”

“I'll do that," said Emma. “Will you make the cake for me, please?”

“OK,” said Jane.

So Emma played with the baby, and when he was sleeping she washed the car and cut the grass. Then the baby up and she played with him again.

When the cake was , Aunt Jane went to find the children. She laughed when she saw that Emma was sleeping and the baby was sitting and watching television next to her on his .

Now choose the best name for this story:

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

Many people visit zoos every year. They go to zoos they enjoy seeing animals and learning more about them. Animals from many different parts the world live there. You can usually see lions, tigers, elephants, camels and monkeys, and also fah, frogs and snakes. You can draw the animals or take photos of . Many people visit zoos every year. They go to zoos, and in some zoos you can watch videos, too. Sometimes you can ride elephants or camels. The people give the animals food have to work very . Every day they give them food and water and clean homes. Some animals eat leaves, fruit and vegetables, others eat meat or fish. At London Zoo, are also pets, like mice and rabbits, and farm animals, like sheep and goats. Children can play with animals. Most animals are beautiful, but some of them can dangerous.

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

    The mountain was high and it was cold. Snow and ice covered everything and it was dangerous. I huddled in my tent as the storm tried to knock me back to the bottom.

    "You will never make it to the top," everyone said. "No woman has ever climbed this mountain and only a few people have done it by themselves."

    I was very confident that I would be the first woman to climb up to the top of Whitmore. I had prepared for months and spoken with everyone I could find that had done it before. I had bought all of the best equipment and trained for months before the climb.

    When I woke up the next morning, the wind had gotten quieter. I climbed out of my tent and looked out at the mountain. Everything was white and still. It was cold but my gloves and coat were very warm.

    "I will make it to the top today," I thought to myself.

    I started up the slope. My feet crunched the snow with every step I took. It was a beautiful day. The sun looked huge and I felt like I was on top of the world.

    I was climbing quickly. Soon I was going to reach the top. All of a sudden, I slipped. I started to slide down the mountain. I was going slowly at first but eventually I started to slide very fast. I went past my camp from the night before and I started to spin.

    After what felt like forever, I came to a stop. I slowly started to move, thinking that I must be hurt, but I was fine. It was a miracle. I got up and looked at the mountain. I had slid all the way to the bottom. I couldn't believe it. I was alive so I was very happy. I started back up the mountain.

    Three days later, I made it to the top. It was a beautiful day and I had a perfect view of everything around me. I thanked God for getting me to the top safely and then I went back down. It was the last mountain I ever climbed. 

It was cold because the mountain has covered everything.

People said that no had climbed the mountain before.

She learned experiences from people who had the top of the mountain before.

She decided to make it to the top on that day because it was a day.

She thought it was when she moved without being hurt and she was still alive.

It took her to climb from the bottom to the top of Whitmore.

Whitmore mountain was the one that she ever climbed.

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

Monday

There was a new girl in my class today. She has just moved London to our town. Her name is Helen. Her dad has got a job at the university. She sat next me in class. She likes music and the guitar very well. She's very friendly, she lives very near us and she likes football too.

I'm to invite her to our house tomorrow after school. I asked Mum and said "Good idea!"

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

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