KET


  • 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)



LISTENING
http://www.examenglish.com/KET/KET_listening.html (on the right you have practice tests)


READING, WRITING & LISTENING



SPEAKING

This video is an exam example: 


This link isto help you to prepare and practise your Speaking Test:


KET INFORMATION

What is KET for Schools?

The Key English Test for Schools is an elementary level exam, set at level A2 of the Council of Europe's Common European Framework for languages. KET and KET for Schools follow exactly the same format and the level of the question papers is identical.

The content and treatment of topics in KET for Schools have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school pupils.
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)
·                       Listening (30 minutes)
·                       Speaking (8-10 minutes)



6 comments:

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    1. Thanks for the exams practice.
      With that e are going to be ready for the exam.

      Gema 6b

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  2. thank you Silvia:)
    this is a key for mi

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  3. thanks David c 6b

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