A2 Key for Schools

This basic-level qualification is a great exam to take if you’re new to learning English, or if you are a young student. The exam tests all four English language skills

A2 Key, formerly known as Cambridge English: Key (KET), is one of  Cambridge English Qualifications. This basic-level qualification is a great exam to take if you’re new to learning English, or if you are a young student. The exam tests all four English language skills – reading, writing, listening and speaking.

An A2 Key certificate shows that you can:

  • understand and use basic phrases and expressions
  • understand simple written English
  • introduce yourself and answer basic questions about yourself
  • interact with English speakers at a basic level.

A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools overview of changes Download

Video resources

Taking the A2 Key for Schools Speaking exam. See what happens in each part of the exam.

A2 KEY for Schools sample papers. Download a sample Test

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Author: franktudela

English and music teacher, pedagogue, musician, and family man. I teach children in a primary school in Valencia, Spain. I'm interested in new methods and techniques of teaching and learning. I like to keep up to date with the new technologies that I could use in my classroom. Cambridge English SE. I am teaching children since my youth, and now I am a Blogger too. I spend much of my free time learning about tech learning, innovation, teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), learning-centric pedagogy and learning about 21st Century classrooms. My passion is Music, in all its aspects: listening, playing, learning, interpretation, performance, acting and teaching music.

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