Đề số 19 Toefl Primary 2020 vòng 2 - Reading (có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

11/27/2020 9:44:00 AM

I did not mean to break my sister's phone but she is still very _____.

  • angry
  • kind
  • lovely

This is a picture, a short film or a song that tries to persuade people to buy a product and usually appears among scenes in the films or TV programs. What is this?

  • Information
  • Competition
  • Advertisement

You like taking pictures for others as a hobby or do this as a main job. What do you do?

  • Photographer
  • Gym trainer
  • Program

This is a kind of natural water from underground that is believed to be good for your health. What kind of water is this?

  • Lemon juice
  • Mineral water
  • Smoothies

This is a food that is made from wheat and eaten with milk, especially in the morning. What kind of food is this?

  • Sandwich
  • Omelette
  • Cereal

This is a piece of electronic equipment used for listening to music or news. What is this?

  • Headphone
  • Radio
  • Walkie-talkie

This is a book used in school containing text and questions, and sometimes having spaces for a student to write answers in. What is this?

  • Workbook
  • Brochure
  • Newspaper

This is a special event or period when there are many activities or food, for example, Mid-Autumn. What is this?

  • Day-off
  • Holiday
  • Festival

When you do not need some documents on your laptop anymore, you will _____ them to free up space.

  • open
  • delete
  • save

Read the letter. And answer the questions.

Dear Jane,

I have got your letter yesterday. Can you imagine how happy I am? I have come to know that you have enjoyed your New Year vacation very much. I also enjoyed my vacation as I went on a trip with my family. It was a 5-day trip to Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania. It is famous for conserving one-horned rhinoceros. The forest was dense. We stayed in a guest house which had many hut-like rooms. The forest was all around. We visited the park in the authorized jeep. We saw one-horned rhinos and many other animals from very close. I was so excited. It was a thrilling trip. I suggest you visit any of the sanctuaries. I shall be waiting for your reply. 

Your pal,

Fiona.

Why is Fiona writing to Jane?

  • To make friends with her
  • To invite Jane to go on a trip
  • To tell Jane about her family trip

What animal did Fiona mention the most through the text?

  • Sanctuaries
  • One-horned rhinos
  • Other animals

Read the letter. And answer the questions.

Dear Parents,

The exams of your children are to start soon. I know you are all really anxious for your child to do well.

But, please do remember, amongst the students who will be sitting for the exams there is an artist, who does not need to understand Math. There is an entrepreneur, who does not care about History or English literature. There is a musician, whose Chemistry marks will not matter. There is an athlete, whose physical fitness is more important than Physics. If your child does get top marks, that is great! But if he or she does not, please don’t take away their self-confidence and dignity from them. Tell them it’s OK, it’s just an exam! They are cut out for much bigger things in life. Tell them, no matter what they score, you love them and will not judge them.

One exam or a low mark will not take away their dreams and talent. 

With warm regards,

Principal.

What does the principal want to tell parents?

  • Do not judge their children through their scores.
  • Let their children be themselves and do what they want.
  • Encourage them to share more with their children.

What can be learned from the letter of the principal?

  • Artists do not need to study Maths.
  • One exam won’t make students worse.
  • Each has different talents and scores are not the most important.

Read the instructions. Then answer the questions.

Color Swirling Milk Experiment

What you will need:

1. Milk (about 2%)

2. Dish soap

3. Food coloring (use multiple colors!)

4. Cotton swab (such as a Q-tip)

5. Dish or bowl for milk (make sure sides are over an inch tall)

How to make:

Step 1: Pour a little of the milk into a dish or bowl.

Step 2: Drop food coloring into milk, making sure to spread the drops out and colors are not the same.

Step 3: Dip cotton swab into dish soap.

Step 4: Run a cotton swab along the top of the milk and food coloring, swirling it around the dish. Because dish soap and milk do not mix, the dish soap move along the top of the milk, mixing the food coloring like magic!

Which object is necessary for this experiment?

  • Condensed milk
  • Spoon
  • A Q-tip

What do you need to do first?

  • Pour milk into a dish or a bowl
  • Add food coloring into the milk
  • Put a cotton swab into dish soap

Why does the dish soap move along the top of the milk?

  • Because the dish's or bowl's sides are tall.
  • Because milk and dish soap do not mix together.
  • Because this experiment is like magic.

Read the announcement. Then answer the questions.

Student Volunteers Needed!

On Saturday, July 9th, from 10 A.M until 3 P.M, Autumn School will be holding a music festival in the school gymnasium. The special event will feature a variety of professional musicians and singers.

Interested students should speak with Ms. Braxton, the music teacher. Students who would like to help at the festival must have written permission from a parent or guardian.

What time will the festival begin?

  • 8:00 A.M
  • 9:00 A.M
  • 10:00 A.M

The word "feature" is closest in meaning to ______.

  • look
  • keep
  • include

What will be done the day before the festival begins?

  • Making posters
  • Putting up tents
  • Cleaning up

Who is told to talk to Ms. Braxton?

  • Students
  • Parents
  • Performers

Read the story. And answer the questions.

Once upon a time, there lived a woodcutter, his wife and seven children. They were poor and lived cottage in the middle of the woods. One day, the woodcutter said to Victor, his eldest child: "My son, you are a big boy now. You have to stop studying to help me cut wood for I am getting old. I have no means to support your education any further."

Victor, the smartest and the most sensible child in the family said, "Father, you have raised me and given me what you could. I will surely do as you say."

Victor stopped going to school and helped his father to cut wood. However, even though he stopped schooling, he never stopped learning.

He continued to study on his own at home with the help of his kind teacher who taught him for free.

Victor grew up to be a great man. He became the best doctor and his family no longer had to worry about their livelihood.

How many children are there in the woodcutter's family?

  • Seven
  • Six
  • Five

Victor was the _____ child in the family.

  • oldest
  • youngest
  • laziest

Why did Victor stop schooling?

  • The woodcutter was sick.
  • Victor did not want to continue learning.
  • His dad was old and had no money for his studying.

What did Victor become when he grew up?

  • A teacher
  • A doctor
  • A farmer

Read the story. And answer the questions.

May was in a supermarket. She had to buy some food as she had invited her friends to her house for dinner. May was busy choosing some snacks when she heard someone sobbing behind her. She turned around and saw a little girl crying. May went up to her and asked her what was wrong. The little girl told May that she had lost her mother. May comforted the little girl and told her to calm down. She asked the little girl if she knew her mother's mobile phone number. The little girl nodded. May whipped out her mobile phone and called the little girl's mother immediately. The little girl's mother appeared within minutes and thanked May for her help. May smiled and shook her head shyly. She was glad that the little girl was reunited with her mother. 

Why was May shopping for food?

  • To buy food for dinner with friends
  • She works in the supermarket.
  • To choose some snacks

Who did May see in the supermarket?

  • A women
  • A girl
  • A cashier

What did May do to help the little girl?

  • Buy for her some candies
  • Give the girl her phone
  • To call the girl's mother

How did May feel after the girl and her mother were reunited?

  • Shy
  • Glad
  • Shock

Read the story. And answer the questions.

It was my mother's birthday. My father and I wanted my mother to have an unforgettable day. We had woken up especially early to prepare breakfast for her. In the kitchen, we worked as quietly as a mouse so that we would not wake her up. My father fried some sausages and eggs. I prepared two slices of toast. We placed the plates on a tray and quietly entered the bedroom where my mother was still sleeping.

When my mother woke up, she was delighted to see the plates of food in front of her. She was even happier when we told her that we were going to spend the day on Sentosa island. She hugged us and told us that she felt like the most fortunate woman in the world. 

Whose birthday is told in the passage?

  • Father's
  • Mother's
  • Writer's

Why had the writer and her father woken up early?

  • To go jogging
  • To have an unforgettable day
  • To prepare breakfast for the mother

Which animal did the writer compare herself and her father to when they were in the kitchen?

  • A mouse
  • A kitten
  • A toast

Where were they going to spend the day?

  • In the kitchen
  • On Sentosa island
  • In the bedroom

Read the text. And answer the questions.

Madagascar – When to go

Madagascar has two seasons, a warm, wet season from November to April, and a cooler dry season between May and October. However, different parts of the country have very different weather.

The east coast is hotter and wetter, with up to 4000mm of rainfall per year. In the rainy season, there are strong winds, and these can cause a lot of damage. Avoid visiting eastern Madagascar between January and March because the weather can make road travel very difficult.  The dry season is cooler and more pleasant.

The high, central part of the country is much drier and cooler. About 1,400 mm of rain falls in the rainy season, with some thunderstorms, but the summer is usually sunny and dry, but it can be cold, especially in the mornings, with freezing showers, and it may snow in mountain areas above 2,400m, and even stay there for several days.

What are the two seasons in Madagascar?

  • Warm season and wet season
  • A warm wet season and a cooler dry season
  • Rainy season

When shouldn't people visit eastern Madagascar?

  • Between May and October
  • From November to April
  • Between January and March

Read the text. Then answer the questions.

Mars, sometimes called the red planet, is the fourth planet from the sun. Its surface is made up of iron, which is why it looks red. Mars is only about half of the size of Earth and is too cold for humans to live on, although in some parts of Mars, it can be warm during the day. Like Earth, Mars has been found to have ice at its north and south poles. Unlike Earth, Mars has not one, but two moons! Its moons are named Phobos and Deimos. Mars is also the home of Olympus Mons, the highest mountain in the solar system. It is three times higher than the highest mountain on Earth. 

How are Earth and Mars alike?

  • They are the same size.
  • They have ice at their poles.
  • They both have two moons.

What is true about Olympus Mons?

  • It is the highest mountain on Earth.
  • It is much higher than the highest mountain on Earth.
  • It is only a little higher than the highest mountain on Earth.