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A1 Movers, formerly known as Cambridge English: Movers (YLE Movers), is one of our Cambridge English Qualifications. It is the next step in a child’s English language learning.

A1 Movers is the second of three Cambridge English Qualifications designed for young learners. These tests introduce children to everyday written and spoken English and are an excellent way for them to gain confidence and improve their English.

The tests are written around familiar topics and focus on the skills needed to communicate effectively in English through listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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What’s in the Listening paper?

The A1 Movers Listening test has five parts. Each part begins with one or two examples. Children will hear each recording twice. 

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Time allowed:

About 25 minutes

Number of parts:
Number of questions:25 
Marks:a maximum of five shields 

Part 1

What's in Part 1?A big picture which shows people doing different things. Above and below the picture, there are some names. Children have to listen carefully to a conversation between an adult and a child and draw a line from each name to the correct person on the big picture. 
What should children practise?Listening for names and descriptions. 
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Part 2

What's in Part 2?A short conversation between two people. There is a form or a page of a notebook with some missing words (gaps). Children have to listen to the recording and write a missing word or number in each gap. 
What should children practise?Listening for names, spellings and other information. 
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Part 3

What's in Part 3?Two sets of pictures. On the left, there are some pictures of people and their names, or other named places or objects. On the right, there is a set of pictures with letters but no words. Children have to listen to a conversation between two people and match each of the pictures on the right to one of the named pictures on the left. 
What should children practise?Listening for words, names and detailed information. 
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Part 4

What's in Part 4?Five short conversations. There is a question and three pictures for each conversation. Children have to decide which picture shows the right answer to the question and put a tick in the box under it. 
What should children practise?Listening for specific information. 
How many questions are there?5

Part 5

What's in Part 5?A big picture. Children have to listen carefully to a conversation between an adult and a child. The adult asks the child to colour different objects in the picture and to write a simple word. Children have to follow the instructions. 
What should children practise?Listening for words, colours and specific information. 
How many questions are there?5

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