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Cambridge English Language Assessment
Why Cambridge English?
These fun and colourful activities are a great way for children to practise their English. All the activities in this section are based on the word lists used in our Cambridge English: Flyers test and are A2 level (what does A2 level mean?).
If you’re not sure what level your child is at, ask them to try an A2 level activity. If it’s too difficult they can try the A1 level or pre-A1 level activities.
These activities are designed to be used on a computer or a tablet.
Look and find the correct number to answer the question.
Choose from pictures of clothes to answer questions.
Look and learn some adjectives to describe things and people.
Read and learn words to talk about time.
Read and learn words about food and drink.
Read and learn words to describe what things are made from.
Listen and choose one picture that answers the questions about work and jobs.
Listen and choose one picture that answers the questions about free time.
Listen and choose one picture that answers the questions about special times of the year.
Learn and say words for different people’s jobs.
Practise saying sentences in English about what is different in the pictures.
We also have two more levels for them to try. The levels start at pre-A1 and move up to A2.