3Listening – Question Type Multiple Choice (I)Choose the best answer by blackening the circleafter you hear the beep sound.
4Listening – Question Type Multiple Choice (I)TapescriptsCarol: Are those all the ingredients we need for our sandwich?Dad: Oh, I almost forgot the main ingredient. We need to buy some cheese.Carol: OK. Should we make the sandwich now?
5Listening – Question Type Multiple Choice (II)Listen to the speaker’s attitudeand choose the best picture.
6Listening – Question Type Multiple Choice (II)TapescriptsDriver: Sir, please give a chance.Policeman: Miss, I’m afraid I can’t. Now please switch off your engine. Show me your driving license and the ID card, please.Driver: Umm… All right then. Here’s my driving license and ID card, sir.
7Listening – Question Type 2. Re-ordering (I)Write the letter in the correct boxwhen you hear a beep sound.
8Listening – Question Type 2. Re-ordering (I)672Carol: Dad, we have all the ingredients now. Can you tell me how to make it?Dad: Sure. First, take out two slices of bread and put some butter on them.Carol: OK. That’s easy. What’s next?Dad: Next, wash the tomatoes.Tapescripts
9Listening – Question Type 2. Re-ordering (II)Write the correct letter in each blankwhile you are listening.
10Listening – Question Type 2. Re-ordering (II)BTapescripts Narrator: Kevin is a hard-working student. He is also very helpful. One day, he helped his classmate Julie with her homework. While Kevin wasn’t looking, Julie took Kevin’s homework and copied all his answers.
11Listening – Question Type 3. Fill in the BlanksWrite the correct number in the blankwhen you hear a beep sound.
12Listening – Question Type 3. Fill in the Blanks4TapescriptsDad: We need about eight slices of bread.Carol: That many?Dad: Yes, you can have some extra sandwiches for your friends.Carol: Great. Oh, Dad, these tomatoes look fresh. They’re big, red and juicy. Yummy!Dad: Let’s get four. *
73Use your imagination to write! Writing1. Story (l)(TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10)Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words.The writing can be based on all the information (the pictures and the words) given.Use your imagination to write!
74Writing 1. Story (l) (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09) He bought a robot. Mike felt very pleased. He took the robot home. As soon as he gothome, he took out some batteries and put them into the robot.Suddenly, the robot started to talk. ‘Who are you? Get awayfrom me,’ the robot said. Mike was very frightened.Then the robot shined a light around Mike’s living room anddestroyed all the furniture in Mike’s home. Mike wasshocked. At last, Mike had to tidy up his home quickly beforehis parents arrived home from work.
751. Story (II) – Story Ending Writing1. Story (II) – Story EndingPay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words.Use your imagination !
76Writing 1. Story (ll) – Story Ending Jimmy was very frightened. He thought that a lion might lie behindthe bush. The thing went out from the bush. It is a dog. It is the dog ofhis friend’s–Joe. The dog kept barking when it saw Jimmy. Soon, Joeand the others arrived. Finally, Jimmy could see his friends again.
77Use your imagination to write! Writing2. Diary(TSA 07)Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words.The writing can be based on all the information (the pictures and the words) given.Use your imagination to write!
78Writing 2. Diary (TSA 07) When I arrived at the entrance of Hong Kong City Hall, I found that I forgot to bring my ticket! Ileft it at home. So I went back home to get my ticket. WhenI got back to City Hall, the play was almost finished. I feltvery disappointed.
79Use your imagination to write! Writing3. Letter(TSA 06, 10)Write the letter with appropriate formulaicexpressions after reading the letter.Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words.Use your imagination to write!
80Writing 3. Letter (TSA 06, 10) 16 July 20XX Dear Gloria, Thank you for your letter. I am fine. Your graduation party sounds great. I think you must be very happy.I also had a graduation party last week. We had food and drinks first. Then we played some games. I won a pencil case. After that the headmaster gave us a speech. He told us to work hard in the future. I enjoyed the last part most. Each class had a performance. Our class had a performance to thank the teachers. Our class made some flowers and sang a song for our teachers. It was touching but I felt great. I will miss everything in my school. Please write soon.Love,Jenny16 July 20XX
81Use connectives to give examples! Writing4. Newsletter(TSA 06)The tune should be more formal when you write to a newspaper or magazine.Pay attention to the word limit.Do not write too few or too many words.Do not write less than 80 words or more than 90 words.Use connectives to give examples!
82Writing 4. Newsletter (TSA 06) If you like rides and cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, you can go to Disneyland. If you want to see real animals like dolphins and pandas or take a ride on a cable car, you can go to Ocean Park. If you want to take a look at the whole of Hong Kong, you can go to the Peak. If you like barbecuing, you can go to the country parks in the New Territories. Spending your holidays in Hong Kong is really fun, isn’t it?
83Writing 5. Article (TSA 09, 11) Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words.Do not write less than 80 words or more than 90 words.
84Writing 5. Article (TSA 09, 11) I wrote a passage about sports. I chose this topicbecause I love every moment of doing sports.The reason for joining the writing competitionis my passion for sports as well as writing. Ilike them both very much. I am extremelyexcited about winning the book coupons. I willspend the book coupons on some books aboutsports as I love reading books about sports too.Hopefully, there will be another writingcompetition very soon, so I can produce moregood pieces of writing.
85Writing – Prompts 1. Pictures (with / without given words) (TSA 05, 06,07, 08, 09, 10)
86Writing – Prompts2. Guiding Questions (in point form)(TSA 08, 10)