El examen Anglia PRIMARY es el tercer examen al que se pueden enfrentar nuestros alumnos más jóvenes. En este examen se pondrán a prueba conocimientos básicos del idioma para que los más pequeños puedan comenzar su aventura en el inglés de la mejor de las formas gracias a nuestros certificados de inglés para niños reconocidos en el mundo entero.

¿Qué prueba Primary?

Comprensión de alrededor de 400 palabras (las palabras First Step y Junior más 200 más) en categorías familiares como trabajos, sentimientos, clima
Comprensión de:

Cómo hacer preguntas y respuestas
Cómo decir que puedes y no puedes hacer cosas
Cómo decir que tienes cosas, como las cosas, no tienen cosas y no te gustan
Cómo decir la hora y describir cuándo suceden las cosas
Comprender los mensajes

¿Qué debe hacer el candidato en el examen Primary?

Leer y elegir respuestas
Asociar palabras
Completar las lagunas
Escribe algunas palabras y frases

Indicadores de desempeño

El estudiante

tiene un vocabulario activo básico de aproximadamente 300 palabras
puede decir la hora
puede describir acciones actuales, dar información personal y familiar, describir hábitos, rutinas y actividades cotidianas
puede comunicar cuándo y con qué frecuencia se lleva a cabo una acción o evento
puede formar preguntas y negativos

Gramática y estructura de los contenidos del examen PRIMARY de Anglia

There is/ there areIdentifying something/someoneThere is a book on the table.
There are four girls in the kitchen.
Present simpleTalking about habits, routines, facts (such as where a person lives), the actions of everyday life
My uncle lives in a small house.
She is thirteen years old.
I always take the bus to school..
The present simple with the verb 'like' + 'ing' in the third person singular and pluralDescribing what people or animals like doingMy cat likes sleeping in the garden.
My brothers like playing football in the park.
Present continuousTalking about present actions
My brothers are playing football in the park at the moment.
Interrogative forms of the above two tensesAsking and answering questions about the above
Do they often go to the cinema?
Do you have/ Have you got a computer?
Are the children doing their homework?
Is she eating her breakfast at the moment?
Negative forms of the above two tenses/td>Making the above negative
Sue doesn't like dogs.
John isn't studying now, he is talking on the phone.
The modal 'can'Describing an ability or skill
He can play the guitar.
They can cook.
All personal pronouns as subject or object - I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, you, him, her, it, us, themDescribing and identifying people, animals and objectsDo you want my father?
He is in the garden.
John is with him.
Demonstrative pronouns - this, these, that, those Asking for, and giving informationThese are tables.
That family is rich.
Is this a kettle?
because, and, or, butLinking sentence parts and ideas
John and Mary are in the garden because it is sunny.
What, Who, Where, When, Why, How manyAsking questions about people, animals and objectsWhat is this?
Who is that girl?
Where are Peter and Paul?
Adverbs of time - today, now, at the moment Adverbs of frequency - always, never, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week, every monthAdverbs of time - today, now, at the moment Adverbs of frequency - always, never, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week, every monthI usually eat an egg for breakfast.
At the moment, John is playing in the park.
In, on, at, toTalking about time, place, positionThe examination finishes at 4 pm.
My brother is 10 years old in August.
I am going to Disney World on 1st August.
10.15 = ten fifteen or (a) quarter past tenTelling the timeten fifteen, twenty past one, half past ten, a quarter to two, eleven forty-five, etc.
Singular/plural simple nouns, including some common irregular ones Countable and uncountable nouns The names of common shapesTalking about numbers of things Talking about amounts and quantities Describing the shape of something
The formulaic salutations of informal writing in messages such as emails, postcardsWritten communicationDear
love from


Clothescake, ice-cream, biscuits, pizza, hamburger, hot-dog, omelette, steak, fish, salad, breakfast, lunch, dinner, party, milk, juice bread, tea, coffee, water, lemonade, egg, chicken, sandwich, sugar, ketchup, chips, cheese, sweets, butter
Food, meals and drinkone, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten
Birdspenguin, parrot, duck, hen, chicken
Jobspen, pencil, rubber, ruler, book, desk, computer, blackboard, classroom, bag, friend teacher, homework, work, test, exam, student, lesson
Transporthelicopter, boat, bus, bicycle, car, train, aeroplane taxi, bike, motor bicycle, motorbike, tractor, lorry (Brit), truck (Amer)
Animalsmonkey, lion, bear, elephant, crocodile, cat, dog, snake, tiger, zebra, rabbit, mouse fox, frog, spider, hippo, giraffe, horse, sheep, cow, pets
Householdtelevision, video, chair, table, house, cassette-player, bed, bath, clock, picture, vase, photo, radio, door, mat, window, floor, cupboard mirror, sofa, armchair, shower, wardrobe
Kitchenglass, plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork spoon
Vegetablespotato, tomato, carrot cabbage
Fruitpear, peach, apple, banana, orange, lemon cherry, strawberry, melon
Fishdolphin, octopus, shark, whale, starfish, fish goldfish
Gardenflower, tree, grass
Days of the weekday, week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday weekend
Months of the yearJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Sportfootball, tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball baseball, fishing, football match, tennis racket, running
Placespark, garden, home, school, shop, house, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room zoo, farm, supermarket, office, cinema, cafe, restaurant, car park, flat, swimming pool, town centre, beach, sea, mountains, town, city, village, fields, country (e.g. England etc.), countryside
Musical Instrumentsguitar, piano, drum
Toysball, kite, castle, soldiers, paint, paintbrush, puppet, drum, gun
Weathersun, rain, wind, snow, hot, cold>
Parts of the bodyhair, eyes, mouth, nose, face, arms, legs, foot/feet, head, hands
Cardinal numbersone, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty twenty-one to sixty
Time expressionsfour fifteen, [a] quarter past/to four, half past four, ten past four, four ten, ten to four, etc. morning, evening, today
Examsletters, words, sentence, question, answer, story
Family members and peoplemother, father, brother, sister, baby, girl, boy, child, children aunt, uncle, cousin, grandmother, grandfather, Mum, Dad, man, woman, friend
Shapessquare, circle, triangle, rectangle
Miscellaneousfilm, newspaper, magazine, star, moon, thing
Feelingshappy, sad
Coloursblack, blue, green, yellow, white, orange, red, grey, brown, pink, purple
Ageold, young, new
Otherclever, nice, good
watch, play, listen, cook, wear, go, read, write, eat, drink, sit, stand, have, has, is, are, am live, work, walk, run, sleep, ride, drive, make, do, understand, want, like, can, swim, look, have/has got, get up, start, talk, buy, tell, clean, wash
a, an, the
I, you, he, she, it, we, they me, him, them, us
my, your, his, her, our, their
in, under, behind, on, near, in front of, at to, (by, about, for - may appear in certain expressions; not tested)
What, When, Why, Where, Who, Whose
today, now, at the moment, never, always, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week
because, and, or, then, next
this, that, these, those