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ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 1: Reading and Use of English
O
nly this answer goes with ‘health’ before the gap to form a
O
nly this answer follows on from the preposition ‘under’ to
The other words are not correct in the context of ‘research’.
O
nly this answer is followed by the preposition ‘with’.

This creates the common collocation ‘exception to the rule’.
This answer is the only word that is correct grammatically here.
where: (relative pronoun) introduces a clause

O
n: (preposition) precedes ‘the contrary’
about: (preposition) part of the phrase ‘the thing about ...’
that: (relative pronoun) links two ideas in the sentence
than: (preposition) used after ‘rather’ to provide a contrast

verb ‘perceived’

order: part of adverbial linking phrase ‘in order to’ that
expresses purpose
effectively: noun to adverb
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST

‘these particular qualities’ refers to the opinions about
dumplings listed before the gap (‘skin must be thin’, ‘should be
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 1: Listening



To be honest, though, the event isn’t as well-managed as it used



My boss there, Sally Turncross, was exceptional – she knew just

Test 2: Reading and Use of English
O
This answer is the only word that is grammatically correct here.

The other words do not take a direct object (‘their reasons’) in
O
nly this answer can be followed by the preposition ‘to’ and
C:
creates

The other words cannot follow on from ‘on a freelance’ to form
O
been: (past participle) part of passive modal construction with ‘aware’
so:
(intensi�er)
express
result
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST

‘the person’ refers to Duane Van Vechten. The words ‘like the
person is actually there’ refer back to the previous sentence where


Test 2: Listening

ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 1, Part 1, Task 1
(see task on page 19, and Writing bank page 59)
or less overnight, their life will change. Some
changes will be positive, some negative.
First of all, celebrity status usually means lots
Test 1, Part 2, Task 2
(see task on page 20, and Writing bank page 61)
Take action
to beat stress now!
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 1, Part 2, Task 3
(see task on page 20, and Writing bank page 62)
Test 1, Part 2, Task 4
(see task on page 20, and Writing bank page 63)
Great to hear from you! Your presentation
sounds very interesting and I’m happy to
In my country, teenagers go out in the
evening most weekends, usually to parties,
Report on the
Transport Museum
In this report I will talk about the displays,
about my classmates’ opinions and I’ll explain
how the visit helped us with school work.
The displays
There was an amazing number of things to see,
from tiny models of old cars and trains to huge
ship models you could actually walk inside.
There was a room where you could admire the
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 2, Part 1, Task 1
Test 2, Part 2, Task 2
(see task on page 41, and Writing bank page 64)
How important is it
to practise a sport regularly
when you are in your teens?
There are very good reasons why you should
practise a sport regularly when you are in
Perhaps the most important reason to engage
in a sport is that it will make you stronger
healthier and increasing your sense of well-
being. This in turn will improve your mood
and make you happier.
Another positive effect of sport is that it will
undoubtedly improve your social life. There
If you want a show that is both interesting and
funny, look no further. ‘Simple Things’ is about
Robin, a teenager, and his friends. Robin is no
ordinary teenager, he is someone with a wicked
sense of humour who can play the drums. The
plot is about his attempts to become a pop star
whilst helping his friends solve their problems.
What makes it so special for me? I love the
humour in it. Whatever the problems, the dierent
characters always have a positive, upbeat
message. And Robin’s jokes are so funny they
never fail to make me laugh. You can feel you are
there with them, laughing in the same room.
And there’s something else. There is humour but
also drama and tension between the characters.
It’s often helped me understand my own problems
better because some of the characters are such
good role models. I often ask myself, ‘What would
I do in that situation? Would I do what Robin
If you’re over 20, forget it. But I’d recommend it
without hesitation to anybody between 15 and
19. But I must warn you, it’s so good it can be
addictive!
ANSWER KEY: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 2, Part 2, Task 3
Test 2, Part 2, Task 4
Dear Ms Hadley,
new school canteen. This is a summary of my
Size and atmosphere
it is a bit crowded, but this actually adds to
Some students only buy snacks or drinks, but
nutritious food. We like the fact that the
yoghurt or milk shakes instead of soft drinks.
We have compared the prices to those
prices much lower. We also noticed that
healthier food choices in the canteen have
SCRIPT: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 1: Listening, Part 1 (page 22)
You will hear people talking in eight different situations.
You hear two friends talking about an end-of-term party.
So what did you think of the party then? There was certainly
no shortage of stuff to eat.

True enough. Though I think there’s a limit to how many
AUDIOSCRIPT: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
that mistake again. Because although there was nothing
wrong with the photo I submitted, it wasn’t actually that
special, and that’s what they said in the feedback – which
was fair enough really.
You hear a science teacher talking to his class.
Now,
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Test 1: Listening, Part 2 (page 23)
You will hear a boy called Keith giving a class presentation about
a trip he went on to a place called The Woodland Centre.
castle instead of the cycling. The castle looks great from a
distance, but inside it’s like a museum. There was a video
K, but the kitchens were actually the best bit. The
exhibitions of old clothes and stuff weren’t so interesting.
in my mind. But one little boy cried when he heard he’d only
come third. I think some school friends had come along to
support him, and that made it worse. It was a shame, but
Speaker three
honest opinion about the acts – I mean there’s no point
telling people they’re great if they can’t actually sing or
SCRIPT: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
We’re
reat friends – the four of us who judge the
So what makes someone a good hairdresser?

Well, you’ve got to have the skills, and they take time
hairdressers love the styling, love the buzz in the salon, but
aren’t actually that interested in the clients. Developing a
SCRIPT: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
You hear a man leaving a voicemail message for a friend.
ewis here. Thanks for your call. I’m really glad that
party – I’m sure you’ve made the right choice there. You
SCRIPT: CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH FIRST
Test 2: Listening, Part 2 (page 43)
You will hear an archaeology student called Gina Burbage
a teenager.
e day went on, we found lots more pieces of pot
other people were hoping for treasure – like a gold ring or
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Speaker three
eople complain that they’re only given boring tasks
to do on work experience placements, but I think they’re
photocopying of documents during my three weeks in the
company and I learnt exactly what the equipment can do
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