Reading: Tổng hợp các câu khó dạng bài Đọc hiểu email

12/10/2019 5:39:00 PM
Trong Part 2 của bài thi Toefl Primary Step 2 Reading có khoảng 04 câu hỏi yêu cầu thí sinh đọc hiểu nội dung một email. Bài tập này giúp các bạn làm (lại) nhanh các bài đọc hiểu email có câu hỏi dễ gây nhầm lẫn trong giai đoạn tổng rà soát trước ngày thi.

Read the letter. Answer the questions.

Dear Grandpa, 

     Yesterday was Earth Day and I learned how to save the earth at school. I never knew that plastic didn't decay for so many years. I use PET bottles and paper cups every day, and now I realize I have been making so much waste every day. I also learned how to recycle, so I made this pretty postcard with a tissue box to write this message to you.

     Christmas is coming soon, and I can't wait to visit you. See you soon. 

Best wishes,

Helena 

What did Helena learn yesterday?

  • How paper cups are made
  • How to protect the earth
  • How to make plastic bottles

What did Helena make?

  • A tissue box
  • A plastic bottle
  • A postcard

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Mr. Ko,

Hi, I am Lydia Young from Trinity Elementary School. I write articles for my school newspaper, and I am planning to interview people with different jobs. I did a survey and asked the students which jobs they are most interested in, and the city mayor made the top 10 ranking list.

I know you are busy taking care of the city, but can you spend 30 minutes for an interview at City Hall? lf not, l can send you an email with questions, and you can just answer them and send them back to me. I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Lydia

What's Mr. Ko's occupation?

  • Teacher
  • Librarian
  • Mayor

What does Lydia want to do?

  • Ask Mr. Ko to visit her school
  • Ask Mr. Ko to write a newspaper article
  • Interview Mr. Ko for her school newspaper

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Douglas,

I just read your assignment about Martin Luther King, Jr. I enjoyed reading it, but I couldn’t stop thinking that it would have been better if you had provided more details about his work. You wrote a good summary about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s great achievements, but I couldn't find any of your thoughts on his life. I want you to consider adding your thoughts during the revision period, which lasts until next Friday. As you already know, I give extra points on revised draft, so this is your chance to earn more points for your grade. If you need any help, come and see me. Good luck!

Sincerely,

C. Chadwick

Why did Mr. Chadwick write a letter to Douglas?

  • To give him feedback on an assignment
  • To inform him about his final grade
  • To ask him about Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life

What did Mr. Chadwick suggest that Douglas do?

  • Change the topic for his assignment
  • Revise his paper
  • Study hard for the test

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Amy,
You might not remember me, but we met at the job fair last Saturday. I just wanted to say that it was a pleasure meeting you there. I have always wanted to become a music producer like you, but I didn't have much knowledge about it. You gave me so much good information, and now I know what I need to do to make my dream come true. Thank you again for all your answers. I really appreciate it.
Best wishes,
Naomi

What business industry is Amy working in?

  • Music
  • TV
  • Film

What does Naomi want to be?

  • A movie director
  • A TV producer
  • A music producer

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Mr. Richardson,

I wanted to say thank you for all your fun teaching about tigers at the zoo summer camp. The two-week-old cubs were very cute to watch. lt was a bit sad to learn that the cubs are surrounded by possible dangerous attacks from leopards, pythons, and crocodiles in the wild. lt was also surprising that a big tiger can eat about 100 pounds of meat in one sitting. I can't wait to come back to the camp next summer. See you next year!

Sincerely,

Robin Lee

Why did Robin write to Mr. Richardson?

  • To thank him for fun lessons about tigers
  • To ask him to come to see the tigers
  • To invite him to the summer camp

What did Robin mention about tigers?

  • That tigers only eat vegetables.
  • That cubs are adorable.
  • That tigers are friendly.

Read the following e-mail.

    Dear Class, 

    I'm writing to remind you that tomorrow morning we'll be having "Show & Tell." You'll need to bring a special object from home that you'll show to the class. You can bring a toy, game, book, or something else that has special meaning to you.

    For example, a student once brought an old movie ticket to "Show & Tell." She explained that it was special to her because she went to the movie with her favorite cousin, who she doesn't see very often. The class liked this very much. A boy last year brought a baseball that he caught at a game. The class liked that, too.

    I'd also like to remind you that you cannot bring pets to "Show & Tell." I understand that your pets are special to you, but they are too distracting to have in class. If you want to tell the class about your pet, then bring something that reminds you of the pet. For instance, you could bring your dog's favorite toy or a can of your cat's food.

    I will see you tomorrow. Don't forget your object for "Show & Tell"! 

    Mrs. Crandell 

 

 What is the e-mail mostly about?

  • "Show & Tell" objects from last year
  • Mrs. Crandell's "Show & Tell" object
  • Bringing something for "Show & Tell"
  • Pets coming to school for "Show & Tell"

Why does Mrs. Crandell say that students should not bring pets?

  • They are distracting.
  • They are noisy and duty.
  • Students like them too much.
  • Not everyone has a pet to bring.

In paragraph 3, the word they refers to

  • you
  • pets
  • dogs
  • classes

What does Mrs. Crandell suggest about someone bringing an old movie ticket?

  • It was an accident
  • It was a good idea
  • It was a very long time ago
  • It wasn't interesting to the class

Read the following e-mail.

Dear Mrs. Simpson, 
     I'm sorry I could not attend the film club meeting today. I had an appointment that my mother wouldn't allow me to miss. I really wanted to go and am sure that I'll be able to make the next one.

     Anyway, I'm wondering which students decided to work on the posters for our next event. As I remember from our last meeting, Janet was interested in making them. There were a number of others interested, too. Nothing was decided, though, and I'm wondering what decision was reached.

     I'm asking because I'm really interested in helping to create the posters. I would be happy to help other students or to work on my own. If there are already too many students working on posters, I'd be happy to do something else for the club. I really like being a member and would be satisfied if I could do anything to help. 

Thanks for your time, Mrs. Simpson. Sorry again that I couldn't attend the meeting. 

Sincerely,

Becky 

 Why did Becky write this e-mail? 

  • To find out if she can work on the posters
  • To tell Mrs. Simpson that she had an appointment
  • To ask Mrs. Simpson about the club's next event
  • To explain that she'll be missing all the meetings

 In paragraph 1, the word allow is closest in meaning to ___.

  • loan
  • give
  • permit
  • prevent

In paragraph 2, the word others refer to ____.

  • events
  • students
  • projects
  • meetings

 What would Becky likely do for the club?

  • Make it a bigger club with more events
  • Make sure Janet makes the posters for it
  • Take over the poster-making project for it
  • Help it by making posters or in another way