Reading: Tổng hợp các câu khó dạng bài Đọc hiểu nội dung bảng biểu/chỉ dẫn/tấm thẻ/thông báo

12/10/2019 11:51:17 AM
Trong Part 2 của bài thi Toefl Primary Step 2 Reading có khoảng 07 câu hỏi yêu cầu thí sinh đọc hiểu nội dung một bảng biểu, một đoạn chỉ dẫn, một tấm thẻ hoặc một poster/thông báo. Bài tập này giúp các bạn làm (lại) nhanh các bài chỉ dẫn/thông báo khó trong giai đoạn tổng rà trước khi thi.

Read the air travel tips. Then answer the questions.

Air Travel Tips

1. After you pack your bag, lock it and put a name tag on it. Try to put your valuable items in your carry-on bags.

2. Don't forget to bring your passport and flight itinerary.

3. Try to be at the airport at least 2 hours prior to your boarding time.

4. Empty your pockets when you go through security.

5. Check your gate number and boarding time.

6. Turn off your cell phone before the plane takes off.

7. Take off your hat or sunglasses when you are at the immigration. Provide extra documents that support your purpose of stay if necessary, such as a hotel confirmation or your return ticket.

8. If you are going to a foreign country and are not fluent in the language, ask for an interpreter at immigration.

What must you have in order to get a boarding pass? 

  • A passport
  • A new toy
  • A pet

What should you do onboard before your plane takes off? 

  • Turn on your cell phone
  • Turn off your cell phone
  • Play a game on your cell phone

Showing your hotel confirmation or return ticket will support _____.
 

  • your purpose of stay
  • the gate number
  • the boarding time
What do interpreters do? 

  • They operate aircraft.
  • They provide services to passengers on a flight.
  • They help others communicate in different languages.

Read the text. Then answer the questions.

In-Flight Safety Tips

  1. Drink enough water. The humidity in the cabin can be extremely low, so drink enough water to avoid dehydration.
  2. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. Since you will be sitting on the plane for a long time, wearing tight clothes or shoes might disturb your blood circulation.
  3. Keep your seat belt fastened. The seat belt will provide extra protection against injuries from in-flight turbulence.

What should we do in order to avoid dehydration on a plane? 
 

  • Eat candy
  • Drink water
  • Sleep

What is turbulence? 
 

  • A new type of vehicle that is bigger than an ambulance
  • Violent movements of air caused by wind
  • An engine that is used for airplanes

What should we do in order to be protected during in-flight turbulence?

  • Keep our seat belts fastened
  • Walk and stretch in the aisle
  • Open the overhead compartment

Read the instruction. Then answer the questions.

How to make Tacos

  1. Fry 1 pound of ground beef in a pan. Add some taco spices.
  2. Grate ½ pound of cheese and chop up 1 head of lettuce. Put the cheese and lettuce in separate bowls.
  3. Chop up 3 tomatoes and 1 onion. Put them on a plate. Put the taco shells on a plate.
  4. Now, put the cooked beef into a bowl. Put the bowls of meat, cheese, and lettuce on the table. Also, put the plate of taco shells on the table. Put a spoon into each bowl.
  5. In order to make a taco, put the meat in a shell first. Then, add some cheese. The hot meat will melt the cheese. Next, put in the tomatoes, onions, and lettuce.
  6. Put some taco sauce on the top. Enjoy!

(Adapted from Reading Starter 3)

What is the main idea of this reading?

  • How to make the shell of a taco
  • How to make lots of tacos for a party
  • How to make all the things in tacos

What should you do after you cook the meat?

  • Put the meat in a bowl
  • Add tomatoes and onions to the meat
  • Keep the shells in the pan

Which vegetables should be cooked for tacos?

  • Tomatoes and onions
  • Only onions
  • None of the vegetables

Read the instruction: How to Make Jams and Jellies From Fruit

Do you like jams and jellies? 

Jams and jellies are fruit and sugar mixed together. These treats are fun to make!

You can even do it at home. Make sure an adult is there to help you cook. You can use your favorite fruit for your jams and jellies. Jams and jellies are similar, but they are also different. 

Jams

Jams are made of mashed fruit and sugar. Making a jam is easy.

First, mash the fruit with a fork.

Next, mix the mashed fruit and sugar. Then, put it in a jar.

Finally, boil the jar in water. The mashed fruit and sugar become jam.

Jellies

Jellies are made of fruit juice and sugar. Jellies are also easy.

Mash the fruit with a fork until it’s soft.

Then cook the fruit. The cooked fruit makes juice. Drain the juice from the fruit.

Then, add sugar to the juice. Put the juice and sugar in a jar.

Use your jelly to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Finally, put the jar in water and boil it like you did to make a jam.

The fruit juice and sugar become yummy jelly. Now you know how to make jams and jellies from fruit!

Adapted from How to Make Jams and Jellies From Fruit by Michelle S.

Why was this article written?
  • to convince people to eat more jams and jellies
  • to explain the difference between jam and jelly
  • to teach people how to make jams and jellies
What is the main ingredient in both jams and jellies?
  • fruit and sugar
  • vegetables
  • eggs
What is the difference between jams and jellies?
  • You put jam in the freezer for three hours after you boil it.
  • You use the fruit juice to make jelly.
  • You do not boil jelly, you bake it in the oven.

Read the following announcement.

Reading Festival  

    On Friday, March 6, Sullivan School will have a Reading Festival. Grade 6, 7, and 8 students will all participate in special activities. 

Time Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
10:00-11:00 A.M Book Sharing Snacks with a Writer Speed Reading
11:15 A.M-12:15 P.M Snacks with a Writer Speed Reading Radio Bookblast
12:30-1:30 P.M Speed Reading Book Sharing Snacks with a Writer
1:30 P.M SPECIAL LUNCH FOR ALL

*The special lunch will be held in the cafeteria.

*Activity leaders will travel from homeroom to homeroom.

*All activities will happen in students' regular homeroom classrooms. 

At what time will the sixth-graders do the speed reading activity?

  • 10:00 A.M.
  • 11:15 A.M.
  • 12:30 P.M.
  • 1:30 P.M.

Where will the special lunch take place?

  • In the school theater
  • In the school cafeteria
  • In the homeroom classrooms
  • At the Snacks with a Writer event

Who will get to do the Radio Bookblast activity?

  • Sixth-graders
  • Eighth-graders
  • Seventh-graders
  • All of the above

Where will the activities happen?

  • In the school theater
  • In the school cafeteria
  • In the homeroom classrooms
  • At the Snacks with a Writer event