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Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationTest 1READING AND WRITING(60 minutes)PART 1QUESTIONS 1–6For each question, choose the correct answer.1AA student has found the wrong ID cardin his sports bag.BThe person who lost his bag can get itfrom the school office.CIf you find a lost sports bag, please takeit to the school office.AMrs Gray is not coming to the schooluntil Friday.Room 3.1Mrs Gray’s studentsBThis room is closedfor repairs. Lessons inroom 4.2 until FridayMrs Gray’s class is going to be on adifferent day this week.CMrs Gray isn’t able to use her usualroom at the moment.AStudents have to bring their own food toschool for lunch next week.BThe school is going to stop offeringlunch to students after next week.COnly a few types of food will beavailable for student lunches next week.Found: blue sports bagCollect from school office(with student ID card)23From: Head teacherTo: All studentsThe school kitchen will beclosed for hot lunchesMonday – Friday nextweek. We can still servesandwiches and salads.8 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationReading and Writing4Hi Suzy,I’ve finished ourhistory project.Shall I bring itround later to showyou before I give itto the teachertomorrow?MarkAMark is asking Suzy if he should visither today.BMark wants Suzy to help him completetheir project.CMark thinks Suzy should give theproject to the teacher.What should Tom do?5From: BenAgo online to check if there are stillconcert tickets availableBtell people that it is still possible forthem to come to the concertCask if his father can collect them afterthe concertAMr Jones is offering to teach clubmembers something new.BSome people have told Mr Jones theywant to leave the photography club.CMr Jones wants to find out more aboutphotography software.To: TomDad will pick us up after theschool concert. There aresome tickets left on thewebsite if you know anyonewho wants one.6From: Mr JonesTo: Photography club membersSome of you have asked tolearn to use software toimprove your pictures. Ifenough people are interested,we’ll start next Tuesday.9 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationTest 1PART 2QUESTIONS 7–13For each question, choose the correct answer.JianMaxKojo7Who does not like the way the book ends?ABC8Who enjoyed the pictures in the book?ABC9Who explains how he got the book?ABC10Who enjoyed learning about lives which aredifferent from his own?ABC11Who says something about what happens inthe story?ABC12Who says the book is not very well-known?ABC13Who felt sad when he finished the book?ABC10 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationReading and WritingMy favourite bookJianThis well-known book was in a box of old books that a neighbourgave me. I wasn’t sure about it when I picked it up because I saw thepictures and thought it was a book for little children. But I was bored,so I started reading. After a few pages I couldn’t stop, and when Igot to the last page, I was quite upset that there wasn’t more. It’sabout two friends who play a game, and how it changes their lives.It’s brilliant!MaxThis was one of the first books I ever had, but it’s still a favourite. Evenbefore I could read, I loved looking at the drawings as my parentsread the story to me. Now my little sister’s got it, and she loves it too.The writer has become quite famous, but this is the first book shewrote, and not many people have heard of it. It’s very different fromthe books she wrote later. I suppose what you write about changes asyour life changes.KojoI read this book for the first time when I was about eight. One of thereasons I liked it was that it was about people growing up in a placewhich I knew nothing about. My friend read it too, and our ideas forgames often came from this book. I read it again recently, and I stillthink it’s great, except the last few pages. What happens in themdoesn’t seem real.11 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationTest 1PART 3QUESTIONS 14–18For each question, choose the correct answer.A young cheesemaker16-year-old Pat Tulloch has an unusual hobby. She makes cheese on the family farm inAustralia. She began by making yoghurt with her mother when she was little. Then she startedwatching her father’s workers make cheese. When she was ten, she made some herself forthe first time. ‘It wasn’t great,’ she says, ‘but the workers told me what I was doing wrong andthat helped me to slowly get better.’Pat always needs good milk for her cheese, but she doesn’t have to buy it. Her mother andfather keep 100 cows on their farm. Pat can just ask them when she needs more. Last year,Pat’s neighbour gave her a young cow to keep and look after, but it doesn’t produce milk tomake cheese yet.Pat and her family make several types of cheese. Recently they won a prize for one of them.‘It’s been great for helping customers find out about us,’ says Pat. ‘Last month we startedselling cheese in New Zealand. People there read about our prize in a food magazine. Soonwe’re going to do some advertisements, too.’Pat’s next idea is to post some online recipes for cooking with cheese. ‘One of my favouritesis cheese with eggs for breakfast. It’s great! Our cheese is also lovely with pasta – I hope arestaurant might buy some one day.’ But right now Pat is still at school. ‘Making cheese is funand winning a prize for it is great, but doing well in my studies matters more for now.’12 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationReading and Writing1415161718Pat learned to make good cheeseAby listening to the advice she got.Bby seeing how her mother did it.Cby practising at home on her own.Where does Pat get the milk for her cheese?Afrom her neighbour’s farmBher father helps her to buy itCher parents give it to herPat says winning the prize meansAmore people know about her family’s cheese.Bshe can be the star of the family’s new advertisements.Cshe was invited to visit another country.What’s the most important thing for Pat at the moment?Awriting a new cookbookBbeing successful at schoolCselling cheese to a restaurantIn this article, Pat is explainingAwhy her family started making cheese.Bhow to win a competition for making cheese.Chow she has become part of a cheese-making business.13 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationTest 1PART 4QUESTIONS 19–24For each question, choose the correct answer.Philo T. FarnsworthPhilo T. Farnsworth was born in the USA in 1906. As a child, he was very interested in scienceand electricity and spent a lot of time (19)about it. He also won a nationalfor young engineers when he was just 13.(20)When he was 20, Farnsworth (21)his new idea: a (22)his own business. In 1927, he showed everyoneof sending pictures using electricity. Many other people wereworking on ideas for a machine to do this, but Farnsworth’s was the first that had no movingparts. In fact, it was the first true electronic TV.After many business problems, Farnsworth had success in 1938 when another companyhim 1 million for his idea. He is not very famous these (24)(23),but, as the father of electronic television, Farnsworth changed the Cthing23AofferedBtookCsold24AtimesBdaysCyears14 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationReading and WritingPART 5QUESTIONS 25–30For each question, write the correct answer.Write ONE word for each gap.Example:0From:RachelTo:ChrisWe’re back (0)fromour family holiday in the US. It was amazing! It’s (25)biggest country I’ve ever been to. We travelled from Los Angeles to Seattle(26)car. It’s nearly 2000 km and the trip took us (27)very longtime – nearly a week.My family liked Los Angeles best, (28)place. It’s smaller (29)I didn’t agree – Seattle was my favouriteLos Angeles, and the food was better. Seattle is near thesea and we ate lots of fish. The only problem was that (30)rained almostevery day!Let’s meet for a chat soon. I have a present for you!15 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationTest 1PART 6QUESTION 31You are going camping next weekend with your family.Write an email to your English friend, Lee.In your email: ask Lee to come camping with you and your family say why you are going camping tell Lee what to bring.Write 25 words or more.Write the email on your answer sheet.16 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press978-1-108-71832-5 — A2 Key for Schools 1 for Revised Exam from 2020 Student's Book without AnswersAuthentic Examination Papers from Cambridge English Language AssessmentExcerptMore InformationReading and WritingPART 7QUESTION 32Look at the three pictures.Write the story shown in the pictures.Write 35 words or more.Write the story on your answer sheet.17 in this web service Cambridge University Presswww.cambridge.org

father keep 100 cows on their farm. Pat can just ask them when she needs more. Last year, Pat s neighbour gave her a young cow to keep and look after, but it doesn t produce milk to make cheese yet. Pat and her family make several types of cheese. Recently they won a prize for one of them.