Đề thi gồm 6 bài đọc hiểu với 42 câu hỏi, mô phỏng bài thi Toefl Junior chuẩn.
Read the e-mail and answer the questions.
I got the flowers you sent to me, so I'm sending you this e-mail to tell you how thankful I am. Being in the hospital is so boring. I have been very sad and lonely since my operation. Sometimes I see my family, but they are very busy with school and work. So, when I got your flowers, it cheered me up right away. I know I will only be here for another week, but I miss you and the rest of our friends a lot.
I wish I'd never gone on that school snowboarding trip. Then, I could still be at school with you guys. Can you thank Mary and Hannah for writing on the card for me, please? Their messages were really cute. Thanks again for everything, and I hope I can see you all soon.
What would be the best title for this e-mail?
Why is Melanie in the hospital?
What sport did Melanie play?
What did Mary and Hannah send to Melanie?
Read the following announcement and answer the questions.
This is Monday's exam schedule for students in grades 7-8. All grade 7 students will take their tests in the gym. All grade 8 students will take their tests in the cafeteria. Please make sure you go to the right place on time. Doors will be locked ten minutes after the times written below. Each exam is one hour long. All students will get a lunch break from 11:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and a fifteen-minute rest between exams.
Note: If a student cannot make it to an exam for emergency reasons, please bring a letter to the school office. All missed exams will be taken on Wednesday.
What is this announcement mainly about?
Where can this announcement be found?
Which of the following is true?
The seventh-grade students have an exam at all times EXCEPT
Which of the following is NOT true?
Students who cannot take the exam for emergency reasons
Read the following newspaper article and answer the questions.
Students across the country were disappointed and angry to learn that all eighth-grade students must now take a standardized test. A government official said the test will be used to see if children are ready for the challenges of high school, such as the bigger workloads and more difficult class topics. He also mentioned that any student who fails the test cannot move onto the next grade.
Mr. Richards, the Briscoe Middle School principal, was quoted saying, "There will be a big problem if too many students fail." When asked why, Mr. Richards explained that there will not be enough class space for new eighth-grade students if too many old eighth-graders are held back. "We do not have the space for extra students," he added.
The test will be given to all eighth-graders this coming May. It will be a three-hour test that focuses on math, science, history, reading, and writing. Teachers and students are concerned that the test was written for too many students at too many different schools. With each school having a different curriculum, some schools may have an advantage.
What would be the best headline for this article?
In line 1, the word disappointed is closest in meaning to
According to a Government official, why do students have to take a standardized test?
What is the big problem if too many students fail the test?
The word We refers to
Which subject does the test NOT focus on?
What are teachers and students concerned?
What is the best title for the story?
When will the prince's curse end?
Why was the prince turned into a beast?
The word rushed down is closet meaning to
What did the prince do badly?
What did the girl think about the prince before she returned home?
What did the prince look like on his birthday when the girl arrived?
What is the theme of the story?
Read the following passage and answer the questions.
Many American children spend part of their summer at summer camps. Some of these camps are day camps, but many are places where children stay overnight for one week or more. At some camps, the campers sleep in tents. At others, the campers sleep in cabins. Some camps are all boys or all girls, while some are co-ed. Some summer camps have themes. Children can attend a week of horseback riding, drama, or sports camp. The most common summer camps, however, are general camps on a lake.
Americans believe that sending their children to summer camp will help them gain independence and make friends. At camp, they learn to swim, sail, canoe, and snorkel in the water. They also learn many sports and learn about surviving in nature. Some camps create organized events such as a color war. During a color war, the camp is divided into different colors. These different colored teams compete against each other in various events. It's usually very exciting for the campers and the staff.
Children that have gone to camp repeatedly say that it was one of the best experiences of their lives. Even though some campers get homesick, they usually go to camp for more than one summer. Many return year after year and keep their camp friends for a very long time.
What is the passage mostly about?
According to the passage, which of the following is true of American summer camps?
According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true of American summer camps?
What are the most common summer camps?
What is one of the advantages of summer camps?
The author mentions all of the following EXCEPT
Children usually _____
What is probably the writer's attitude in the passage?
Read the following passage and answer the questions.
Freak waves are giant walls of water that happen in deep, stormy oceans. Sometimes they can reach up to 100 feet high, which is as high as a ten-story building. The waves are very dangerous and have been known to sink very large ships.
For years, scientists thought that freak waves were only in stories. Sailors would tell stories of these huge, 100-foot killer waves, but many people did not believe them. That all changed one day when an oil rig was hit by a wave of an impossible size.
It happened in the ocean near Norway. The Draupner oil rig was hit by a wave that was nearly 100 feet tall. The oil rig was measuring the height of all the waves when suddenly a huge wave rose up from the ocean and smashed it. That was one of the first pieces of evidence that the sailors might have been right. Freak waves only happen in very deep water so people have not had many chances to see them.
Normal waves are predicted using a mathematical equation called the linear effect. This math equation says that a wave that big is possible once every ten thousand years. But these waves happen a lot more than that. In the waters off of South Africa, these waves happen a lot. Since 1990, twenty ships have been hit by waves that seemed too big to be real. These massive waves do exist and have proved a lot of scientists wrong.
What is the main idea of the passage?
What name can "freak waves" be replaced by?
How high a freak wave can be?
Before the Draupner oil rig being hit, people _____.
What country was the Draupner oil rig in?
The word "suddenly" means _____.
The word "it" refers to _____.
What can be inferred from the last paragraph?
Which of the following does NOT happen because of a freak wave?