At A2 level, typical users can be expected to:
· understand and use everyday expressions and basic phrases
· introduce themselves and answer basic questions about your personal details
· interact with English speakers who talk slowly and clearly.
Format of the exam
· Reading and Writing (1 hour 10 minutes)
· Speaking (8-10 minutes)
This link is to help you to prepare and practise your Speaking Test:
Create appropriate questions:
- open / every day? Does it open every day?
- Address? What's the address, please? / Could you tell me the adress, please?
- Sell tennis shoes? Do they sell tennis shoes? / Are tennis shoes sold there?
- Clothes / children? Are there clothes for children?
- What / job? What's the job?
- Hours per day? How many hours per day do I have to work?
- Work all year? Do I have to work all year?
- Speak other language? Do I need to speak other languages?
- Where / picnic? Where is the picnic?
- Date? What date is it on?
- What / take? What do I need to take?
- When / open? When does it open?
- Car park? Is there any car park?
- Cost? How much does it cost?
- Start? What time does it start?
- Tennis lessons /weekend? Are there tennis lessons at the weekend?
- For children? Are there lessons for children?
- More information? Telephone? Is there any telephone number to ask for more information?
- What / win? What do you win?
- Website? Is there a website to have it a look / to look for more information?
* ATTENTION: "Is there" and "Are there" are very common in this exam. The same as the questions in red.
READING AND WRITING
http://www.examenglish.com/KET/KET_reading_and_writing.html (on the right you have practice tests)
http://www.examenglish.com/KET/KET_listening.html (on the right you have practice tests)
READING, WRITING & LISTENING
More exams to practise
LINKS TO PRACTICE KEY
*Choose LEVEL A2
*Choose grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation...
- Complete tests to practice:
- Practice parts 1 to 5 online!
Activities to practice
READING & WRITING
USE OF ENGLISH
http://cdextras.cambridge.org/grammargremlins/index.html Choose the elementary and intermediate levels
- SPEAKING VIDEOS: