EXAMEN ANGLIA PRIMARY
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
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
Completar las lagunas
Escribe algunas palabras y frases
Indicadores de desempeño
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
|GTRAMAR AND STRUCTURES||WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?||SOME EXAMPLES|
|There is/ there are||Identifying something/someone||There is a book on the table. |
There are four girls in the kitchen.
|Present simple||Talking 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 plural||Describing what people or animals like doing||My cat likes sleeping in the garden. |
My brothers like playing football in the park.
|Present continuous||Talking about present actions ||My brothers are playing football in the park at the moment.|
|Interrogative forms of the above two tenses||Asking 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, them||Describing and identifying people, animals and objects||Do you want my father? |
He is in the garden.
John is with him.
|Demonstrative pronouns - this, these, that, those||Asking for, and giving information||These are tables. |
That family is rich.
Is this a kettle?
|because, and, or, but||Linking sentence parts and ideas||John and Mary are in the garden because it is sunny.|
|What, Who, Where, When, Why, How many||Asking questions about people, animals and objects||What 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 month||Adverbs of time - today, now, at the moment Adverbs of frequency - always, never, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week, every month||I usually eat an egg for breakfast. |
At the moment, John is playing in the park.
|In, on, at, to||Talking about time, place, position||The 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 ten||Telling the time||ten 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 shapes||Talking 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, postcards||Written communication||Dear |
|NOUNS||SETS OF LEXICAL ITEMS|
|Clothes||cake, 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 drink||one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten|
|Birds||penguin, parrot, duck, hen, chicken|
|Jobs||pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, book, desk, computer, blackboard, classroom, bag, friend teacher, homework, work, test, exam, student, lesson|
|Transport||helicopter, boat, bus, bicycle, car, train, aeroplane
taxi, bike, motor bicycle, motorbike, tractor, lorry (Brit), truck (Amer)|
|Animals||monkey, lion, bear, elephant, crocodile, cat, dog, snake, tiger, zebra, rabbit, mouse
fox, frog, spider, hippo, giraffe, horse, sheep, cow, pets|
|Household||television, video, chair, table, house, cassette-player, bed, bath, clock, picture, vase, photo, radio, door, mat, window, floor, cupboard
mirror, sofa, armchair, shower, wardrobe|
|Kitchen||glass, plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork
|Vegetables||potato, tomato, carrot
|Fruit||pear, peach, apple, banana, orange, lemon
cherry, strawberry, melon|
|Fish||dolphin, octopus, shark, whale, starfish, fish
|Garden||flower, tree, grass|
|Days of the week||day, week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
|Months of the year||January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December|
|Sport||football, tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball
baseball, fishing, football match, tennis racket, running|
|Places||park, 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 Instruments||guitar, piano, drum|
|Toys||ball, kite, castle, soldiers, paint, paintbrush, puppet, drum, gun|
|Weather||sun, rain, wind, snow, hot, cold>|
|Parts of the body||hair, eyes, mouth, nose, face, arms, legs, foot/feet, head, hands|
|Cardinal numbers||one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty
twenty-one to sixty|
|Time expressions||four fifteen, [a] quarter past/to four, half past four, ten past four, four ten, ten to four, etc.
morning, evening, today|
|Exams||letters, words, sentence, question, answer, story|
|Family members and people||mother, father, brother, sister, baby, girl, boy, child, children
aunt, uncle, cousin, grandmother, grandfather, Mum, Dad, man, woman, friend|
|Shapes||square, circle, triangle, rectangle|
|Miscellaneous||film, newspaper, magazine, star, moon, thing|
|Colours||black, blue, green, yellow, white, orange, red, grey, brown, pink, purple|
|Age||old, young, new|
|Other||clever, 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|