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A1 Movers

Word list picture book


for exams from 2018
Contents
About this book……………………………………………................. 2
About A1 Movers................................................................................... 3
What are the Movers doing today?....................................................4
Who’s who?............................................................................................ 5

A favourite toy shop..........................................................................6–7


The party............................................................................................ 8–9
At the doctor’s............................................................................... 10–11
Uncle Charlie’s hotel.....................................................................12–13
From the countryside to the jungle............................................14–15
The weather...................................................................................16–17
Our town........................................................................................18–19
Dreaming of holidays................................................................... 20–21

Some games..................................................................................22–24
A–Z Word List for A1 Movers......................................................25–29
Answers.................................................................................................30
My notes............................................................................................... 31

1
About this book
This colourful picture book will help children who have completed pre A1 Starters take the next
step in their English language learning journey.

The book uses many of the words from the A1 Movers Word List. You will find the words in:

the Which number?


Can you show which number goes with which and write in the letters?

colourful 14th
eigh____th

46
pictures
_ix____th

f_f____th

15 th
s_v_nt_____ 51
fourteenth

16th fif__-__ve 55
for__-___ee

17th n_n_t___th
58
fif__-e___t
18 th
60
six__-__v_n

fif__-o_e
19th 67
___ety-__ven

20th
_n_ h__d__d
73
sev___y–t___e

A favourite toy shop


roof

Let’s talk! all right 36 tw___ie__


89

the
rabbit bear thir__-s_x
• What will you look for today in thage
Here is the village toy shop. The Movers kangaroo
e
are shopping for their favourite toys.

everyone – fat teddy bears, funny comic


farmer on his
farm
toy shop? Why?
• How often do you go into a
mean 38 fo___-s_x
97

introduction
panda thi___-__ght
books. Pretty Polly, the naughty parrot, is
lion dolphin shark • Do you prefer the tall clown or the
the surprised pirate. Come on in. Come
inside and have a good look around. parrot in a • Who would you like to take with
43 six__
100
to each
cage comic book/ you to the toy shop? _ight_-n___
comic
6 pirate tall clown whale
kitten pet puppy skates 7
23

section
the ‘Let’s talk!’ the activity
sections pages

The full A1 Movers Word List is at the end of this book on page 25.

Talk about the pictures


If you are a parent or a teacher, find time to sit with your children and look at the book. Talk
together about what you see. The ‘Let’s talk!’ questions on the picture pages give ideas of what
you can talk about. Try and help your children to move from one-word answers to longer
answers.

Find words in the pictures


There is lots of action in the pictures. Ask your children to talk about what they see. Can they
tell stories about the people in the pictures? They can then begin to use the words for a real
purpose.

See if the children want to test your English too! What can they ask you to find in the pictures?

2
About A1 Movers
Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers is a series of fun, motivating English language tests for
children in primary and lower secondary education. The tests are an excellent way for children
to gain confidence and improve their English.

Common European Cambridge


Framework of English
Reference (CEFR) Scale Schools

230

220

C2 210 C2 Proficiency
PROFICIENT

200

C1 190 C1 Advanced

180

B2 B2 First
INDEPENDENT

170 for Schools

160

B1 150 B1 Preliminary
for Schools

140
A2 Key for
Schools
A2 130
A2
Flyers
BASIC

120
Young Learners

A1 110 A1 Movers

100

Pre
A1
Pre A1
90
Starters

80

There are three levels of exam:


• pre A1 Starters
• A1 Movers
• A2 Flyers

A1 Movers is a great way to help children build on their language skills


and make further progress in English.

For more information about Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers


and for preparation materials, please visit:
cambridgeenglish.org/starters
cambridgeenglish.org/movers
cambridgeenglish.org/flyers

3
Hello!
What are the Movers doing today?
Read all about our busy Movers. Look at the pictures below, then read the sentences and
choose the correct words for the gaps.

CD
film
sweater
coffee grandparents

swim
countryside
coat
internet

scarf
toothbrush hospital

elevator/lift

1. Charlie is cold so he gets dressed and puts on his best grey sweater.

2. Daisy is hot so she takes off her pink _____.

3. Fred’s dad is thirsty so Fred gives him a hot ______.

4. Jack often goes to the swimming pool so he can ____.

5. Jane has toothache so she cleans all her teeth with a __________.

6. Jim is too tired to climb the stairs so he must take the ________/

____.

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7. Zoe is afraid and frightened of the noisy ____.

8. Lily is going to the cinema so she gets dressed in her black ____.

9. Mary always likes going shopping and today she will buy a __.

10. Paul is going to have a picnic in the ___________.

11. Peter is clever and likes doing his homework using the ________.

12. Sally would like to see her aunt in the ________.

13. Vicky will quickly cook pasta for her hungry ____________.

Who’s who?
Look at the 13 sentences above. Which order are the Movers in?

Write the correct letters in the gaps below.

Eighth Mover: Lily Sixth Mover: _ i _

Second Mover: _ _ _ _ y Thirteenth Mover: _ _ _ k _

Ninth Mover: _ a _ _ Tenth Mover: _ _ u _

Twelfth Mover: _ _ l _ _ Eleventh Mover: _ e _ _ _

Third Mover: _ r _ _ Seventh Mover: _ o _

First Mover: _ h _ _ _ _ _

Fifth Mover: _ _ _ e

Fourth Mover: _ _ c _

You can find the answers on page 30.

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A favourite toy shop
Here is the village toy shop. The Movers kangaroo
are shopping for their favourite toys. There
are lots of different toys for everyone – fat
teddy bears, funny comic books. Pretty
Polly, the naughty parrot, is eating the panda
pirate’s beard. ‘Get off’ shouts the surprised lion
pirate. Come on in. Come inside and have a
good look around.
parrot in a
cage

6 pirate tall clown whale


roof

rabbit bat
Let’s talk!
• What will you look for today in the
toy shop? Why?
farmer on
• How often do you go into a toy shop?
his farm
What’s its name?

dolphin • Do you prefer the tall clown or the


shark
small clown?
• Who would you like to take with you
comic book/ to the toy shop?
comic

kitten pet puppy roller skates 7


The party message

bottle
glass
fly in soup
The band at this party are playing very loudly. bowl
The happy pair are having the first dance.
There’s plenty of food and drink for everyone. blonde
cup
Some people are sitting quietly, doing nothing. hair
The Movers are having fun and making lots of
noise. Look for them under the table, upstairs
and downstairs. Let’s hope they will be careful
and not fall! There are so many things to do at cheese
a party!

quiet
8 plate grown-up
son and grandson parent

Let’s talk!
• What food would you like to eat at this
party?
grandparent • Why do you think the girl with blonde
hair is crying?
• When you are thirsty, what do you like
to drink?
cry
• What is the best present you have
daughter and had at a birthday party?
granddaughter
hide 9
At the doctor’s curly earache
moustache
The doctor is very busy today. Some of the
Movers look terrible. The doctor has got to help
with a bad cough, a cold, a stomach-ache, a
headache, an earache, a bad back and a hurt hurt
shoulder. He isn’t sure who he should see first. better shoulder
He wishes everyone would stop shouting! The
nurse will help – after she’s finished drinking her back
cup of tea!

10 doctor
stomach tooth

headache
teeth
Let’s talk!
cough • Why do you think the doctor is looking
fat cup
surprised?
of tea
• Do you think it is easy to be a doctor?
neck • Do you feel well?
• How often do you visit your doctor?
Never?

cold
nurse
thin
plant 11
Uncle Charlie’s hotel pool

awake dry
This is Charlie’s hotel. Everyone calls him upstairs
friendly Uncle Charlie because he laughs
loudly, talks a lot and is kind to the people
that come to the hotel. People from all
over the world choose a holiday at Charlie’s
hotel. It is a famous five star hotel with a
swimming pool in the basement!
shower blanket

address road downstairs


12
first
floor map of the world
Let’s talk!
• What does Uncle Charlie look like?
towel
• How many floors does Charlie’s hotel
elevator/lift have?
call • What is the address of Charlie’s
hotel?
• Look at Charlie’s map of the world.
Which country would you like to
map go to?

wash 13
seat
From the countryside to the
top snow
Come on! Join both Vicky and Peter on an salad
exciting trip. They will leave the city and
travel to the countryside. They may go to mountain
the jungle or to the top of the mountain. sandwich
Peter is strong and can walk quickly but cloud bus stop
Vicky likes to skate. Perhaps Vicky and
Peter will find some treasure at the end of rock ticket city
the rainbow.
driver
ground

14 island forest
tractor
jungle vegetable

river
rainbow
Let’s talk!
leaf leaves treasure
• What do you think is in the treasure
box?
grass
• Where did you go on your last trip?
plant What did you see and do?
field town • Which do you prefer – the city, the
jungle countryside or the jungle?
waterfall • Is it easy or hard to skate? Do you like
to go fast?

lake bus station skate 15


The weather
It’s the weekend and Jim has no homework to do. It’s
time to wake up and check the weather for the week.
There’s a storm today. It will not last long. There will
be a storm and it will rain on Saturday. On Sunday, the snow
temperature will drop and there will be snow. What (today)
about Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday? Will it be cloudy, fair or wet? Jim has clothes
for every kind of weather. Monkey is already dressed up wind
to go outside.
storm

16 windy
Let’s talk!
• What do you think Jim should wear
today? Why?
cloudy rain • Should Jim go out now or should he
wait?
• What was the weather like where
you live yesterday?
• What kind of weather do you like
best?

sunny cloud 17
SLOW

Our town station


square

The Movers go into the busy town centre.


The market arrived yesterday and will stay
until tomorrow. It’s a great place to buy some market
fresh vegetables for a healthy salad. Opposite centre
the market there is a library. If you go out of sports centre
the town square you will find ice creams near
the library. There’s always lots to see and do in city centre
town. It’s never boring.

straight
18 square
circle

Let’s talk!
SLOW
carry

• What could you eat for lunch in the


town centre?
slow café
drop • Where could you go after lunch?
places • What is the address of the town’s bank?
• Which do you like to visit best, a
shopping centre or a sports centre?
Why?

supermarket
library shopping centre 19
Dreaming of holidays
moon
It will soon be the holidays! Everyone loves
travelling to a different country and there
are always so many exciting things to think DVD
about. Jane is dreaming of everything she
video laugh
wants to do when she arrives on holiday …

dress up
laughing
bat videoing
20
text

sail

fishing
Let’s talk!
texting • When do you usually go on holiday?

sailing email • Can you remember the best holiday you


have had?
hopping • Can you remember the worst holiday
you have had? What didn’t you like?
website
• Which of the things in Jane’s dream
would you like to do?
emailing
kick
skip 21
Some games
Can you find the words?

M B A S O M E T H I N G S
E G N H L L T B A D L Y L
A E O F N S I D L L J B O
N X T C O T D I L O S E W
X C H A N G E F R U K C L
E U E R G M A F I D S A Y
A S R E S I P E G L H U Q
S E Z F O S A R H Y U S U
Y M S U M T G E T O N E I
T E P L E A E N K N D F C
P B P L O K X C T M R T K
O X A Y N E Z E A O E T E
D Q U I E T L Y J N D A P

mistake get on quick all right

loudly lose excuse me age

badly someone change mean

difference something because

hundred slowly another

idea quietly carefully

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Which number?
Can you show which number goes with which and write in the letters?

eigh____th

14th _ix____th 46
f_f____th

15th s_v_nt_____ 51
fourteenth

16th fif__-__ve 55
for__-___ee

17th n_n_t___th
58
fif__-e___t
18 th
60
six__-__v_n

fif__-o_e
19 th
67
___ety-__ven

20th _n_ h__d__d


73
sev___y–t___e

36 tw___ie__
89
thir__-s_x

38 fo___-s_x
97
thi___-__ght

43 six__
100
_ight_-n___

23
Monkey goes swimming!
Monkey is at the swimming pool. Read the sentences. Find the missing pairs of words.

Choose from:

above/below get undressed/ before/after


get dressed
round/square up/down

Example: Monkey is o u t s i d e the swimming pool, then he’s i n s i d e .

1. Monkey has to _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , then later he has to _ _ _


_______.

2. Monkey climbs _ _ , then he climbs _ _ _ _ .

3. Monkey has fun _ _ _ _ _ _ his swim and then _ _ _ _ _ his dive.

4. Monkey loves swimming _ _ _ _ _ the water, then _ _ _ _ _ the water.

5. Monkey likes to hide in the small _ _ _ _ _ pool, then swim in the big
_ _ _ _ _ _ pool.

That’s the end of A1 Movers quiz time. Thank you for taking part. Check the answers on page 30.

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A1 Movers
A–Z Word List
Grammatical key
adj adjective excl exclamation pron pronoun
adv adverb int interrogative v verb
conj conjunction n noun
det determiner poss possessive
dis discourse marker prep preposition

A
above prep + pron app n
address n all right adj + adv around prep
afraid adj along prep asleep adj
after prep always adv at prep of time
age n another det + pron aunt n
all adj + adv + det any det + pron awake adj

B
back adj + adv + n beard n boring adj bring v
bad adj because conj both det + pron build v
badly adv before prep bottle n building n
balcony n below prep bottom adj + n bus station n
band (music) n best adj + adv bowl n bus stop n
basement n better adj + adv brave adj busy adj
bat n blanket n break n buy v
be called v blond(e) adj brilliant adj + excl by prep

C
café n catch (e.g. a bus) v cinema n clever adj
cage n CD n circle n climb v
call v centre (US circus n cloud n
car park n center) n city n cloudy adj
careful adj change v city/town centre clown n
carefully adv Charlie n (US center) n coat n
carry v cheese n Clare n coffee n

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cold adj + n comic book n could (as in past of cry v
come on excl cook n + v can for ability) v cup n
comic n cough n country n curly adj
countryside n

D
Daisy n difference n down adv + prep driver n
dance n + v different adj downstairs adv + n drop v
dangerous adj difficult adj dream n + v dry adj + v
daughter n doctor n dress up v DVD n
dentist n dolphin n drive n

E
earache n elevator (UK lift) n everyone pron excuse me dis
easy adj email n + v everything pron
e-book n every det exciting adj

F
fair adj feed v fine adj + excl fly n
fall v field n first adj + adv forest n
famous adj film (US movie) fish v Fred n
farm n n+v fix v Friday n
farmer n film (US movie) floor (e.g. ground, frightened adj
fat adj star n 1st, etc.) n funfair n

G
get dressed v get up v granddaughter n ground n
get off v glass n grandparent n grow v
get on v go shopping v grandson n grown-up n
get undressed v goal n grass n

H
have (got) to v holiday n how adv hungry adj
headache n homework n how much adv + int hurt v
helmet n hop v how often adv + int
help v hospital n huge adj
hide v hot adj hundred n

I
ice n ill adj into prep
ice skates n inside adv + n invite v
ice skating n + prep island n
idea n internet n

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J
Jack n Jim n Julia n jungle n
Jane n

K
kangaroo n kick n kind n kitten n

L
lake n leaf/leaves n lion n loud adj
laptop n library n little adj loudly adv
last adj + adv lift (US elevator) n look for v
laugh n + v Lily n lose v

M
machine n mean v Monday n mountain n
map n message n moon n moustache n
market n milkshake n more adv + det + move v
Mary n mistake n pron movie (UK film) n
matter n model n most adv + det + must v
pron

N
naughty adj need v noise n nurse n
near adv + prep net n noodles n
neck n never adv nothing pron

O
o’clock adv on adv + prep of opposite prep outside adv + n +
off adv + prep time out adv prep
often adv only adv out of prep

P
pair n pasta n place n practice n
pancake n Paul n plant n + v practise v
panda n penguin n plate n present n
parent n Peter n player n pretty adj
parrot n picnic n pool n puppy n
party n pirate n pop star n put on v

Q
quick adj quickly adv quiet adj quietly adv

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R
rabbit n ride n rock n roof n
rain n + v river n roller skates n round adj + adv +
rainbow n road n roller skating n prep

S
safe adj shape n slowly adv stomach n
sail n + v shark n snail n stomach-ache n
salad n shop v snow n + v straight adj
Sally n shopping n someone pron strong adj
sandwich n shopping centre something pron Sunday n
Saturday n (US center) n sometimes adv sunny adj
sauce n shoulder n son n supermarket n
scarf n shout v soup n surprised adj
score v shower n sports centre sweater n
seat n sick adj (US center) n sweet adj
second adj + adv skate n + v square adj + n swim n + v
send v skip v stair(s) n swimming pool n
shall v sky n star n swimsuit n
slow adj station n

T
take v text n + v ticket n town n
take off (i.e. get than conj + prep tired adj town/city centre
undressed) v then adv tooth/teeth n (US center) n
tall adj thin adj toothache n tractor n
tea n think v toothbrush n travel v
teach v third adj + adv toothpaste n treasure n
temperature n thirsty adj top adj + n trip n
terrible adj Thursday n towel n Tuesday n

U
uncle n up adv + prep upstairs adv + n

V
vegetable n Vicky n video n + v village n

W
wait v weather n when adv + conj work n + v
wake (up) v website n + int world n
walk n Wednesday n where pron worse adj + adv
wash n + v week n which pron worst adj + adv
water v weekend n who pron would v
waterfall n well adj + adv why int wrong adj
wave n wet adj wind n
weak adj whale n windy adj
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X
(No words at this level)

Y
yesterday adv + n

Z
Zoe n

Numbers
Candidates will be expected to understand and write numbers 21–100 and ordinals
1st–20th.

Names
Candidates will be expected to recognise and write the following names:
Charlie Jack Lily Sally
Clare Jane Mary Vicky
Daisy Jim Paul Zoe
Fred Julia Peter

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Answers
Page 4 Page 23
What are the Movers doing today? Which number?
Charlie – sweater Lily – coat Did you get all the answers? Well done!
Daisy – scarf Mary – CD eighteenth

Fred – coffee Paul – countryside 14th sixteenth


46
Jack – swim Peter – internet fifteenth

Jane – toothbrush Sally – hospital 15 th


seventeenth
51
Jim – elevator/lift Vicky – grandparents fourteenth
16th fifty-five
55
Zoe – film
forty-three
17th 58
Page 5 nineteenth

fifty-eight
Who’s who? 18th 60
sixty-seven
Lily Jack
fifty-one
Daisy Jim 19th 67
ninety-seven
Mary Vicky
20th one hundred
73
Sally Paul seventy–three

Fred Peter 36 twentieth


89
Charlie Zoe thirty-six

Jane 38 forty-six 97
thirty-eight

Page 22 43 sixty 100


eighty-nine
Can you find the words?
Page 24
M B A S O M E T H I N G S
Monkey goes swimming
E G N H L L T B A D L Y L
A E O F N S I D L L J B O 1. Monkey has to get undressed, then later he
N X T C O T D I L O S E W has to get dressed.
X C H A N G E F R U K C L 2. Monkey climbs up, then he climbs down.
E U E R G M A F I D S A Y
3. Monkey has fun before his swim and then
A S R E S I P E G L H U Q after his dive.
S E Z F O S A R H Y U S U
4. M
 onkey loves swimming above the water,
Y M S U M T G E T O N E I
then below the water.
T E P L E A E N K N D F C
5. Monkey likes to hide in the small round
P B P L O K X C T M R T K
pool, then swim in the big square pool.
O X A Y N E Z E A O E T E
D Q U I E T L Y J N D A P

30
My notes

Remember
Use each of the following words correctly in a sentence:

any by most must shall

at mean more need than

I haven’t got any time to do my homework.

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We hope you enjoyed
this book

This is the last page in the book. Use your favourite colours to make the Movers look more
exciting. Don’t forget to take your coloured pencils to your A1 Movers test.
Teachers and parents can use this colourful picture book to help children get better at English and learn new words.

Sit down and talk to children about the pictures. Can they find many of the different words in the fun, colourful
pictures? Can you help them answer the questions in the ‘Let’s talk!’ sections?

The A1 Movers Word List Picture Book includes many of the words children might see in their A1 Movers test.

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