Toefl Junior Practise Test 22 - Language form and meaning (Có giải thích đáp án chi tiết)

3/8/2021 8:15:00 AM

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All my esteemed colleagues, this will be my last week here, and I'd like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for being a part of this journey. For 15 years, I to learn so much from all of you. All of you , and not a day will go by without all the special memories associated with this place you've helped to create. I will miss the pleasant and encouraging work environment here and will especially miss working with such a competent and team. Thank you, everyone, for always being there and giving me the constant support and encouragement. 

I wish you all the very best in life and hope that we meet outside the parameters of work soon. 

Sincerely,

David

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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The Counseling Office will be closed to normal activities at the end of the school day on Monday, June 27. Counselors will not be for individual appointments from this time until the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year on August 26, 2016. Counselors and psychologists will be on vacation and will not be able to specific emails or phone requests until the beginning of the school year. If you to register your son or daughter at the junior high school, please pick up a registration packet at the main office. the required preregistration paperwork, please call (978) 264-4700, extension 3304, to set up a counseling appointment during the registration week in August. New registration appointments will be held during the week of August 19-23. 

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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This season we have 5 trips to Snow Valley Ski Hill , all in February. The package includes transportation on a school bus to and from, a lesson, a lift pass, and rental equipment. Helmets are required for everyone on the hill. You will be instructed by instructors and grouped according to your skiing/snowboarding abilities. For your safety, you will only be given access to runs your instructor determines you are capable of skiing/snowboarding safely on. The terrain park areas are off-limits. If you are interested in joining the ski club, please return the form the payment to Mrs. Larsen.

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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I am on this bus I usually didn't ride, and a 19-year-old comes up to me and says, "I really want to get something today, you know" and he asks . I tell him I'm still in middle school and he says, "You look older" and stares at my chest. I him and sit next to my brother's best friend. When I the bus, he follows me for a whole street by the mall, and I finally walk to a different bus stop; he ends up there later, but just as he is about to me again, a deaf lady in a wheelchair comes up and is knitting! I start a conversation with her and the 19-year-old tries to get into the conversation by acting politely to her, and the bus comes. I take the closest seat to the driver, and that predator is forced to go to the back of the bus.

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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Middle school students who are not members of a middle school cross-country team may not school-sponsored cross-country meets as "unattached" runners their school does not have a middle school program. Article 1 of the Kansas State High School Activities Association that member schools may only participate against other member schools. Schools which do not have a middle school cross-country team may not allow 7th and 8th graders to practice the high school team. Schools hosting meets may not allow students are not members of a school team in their meets. A school may choose to have a "fun run or all-comers run" prior to or after the school-sponsored interscholastic races. If a "fun run" is offered, anyone who is not a member of the school team the opportunity to participate. This may parents, community members and students who are not part of a middle school cross-country team. KSHSAA catastrophic insurance would not cover participants in a race of this type.

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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Sugar a sweetener all over the world. People use sugar in all sorts of food and drinks them taste better. Sugar is often added to tea coffee and to certain types of pastries. The food industry adds sugar to soft drinks and ice cream. Sugar is a simple carbohydrate, a substance that gives us energy. , too sugar can be harmful. It can obesity and tooth decay. People who consume a large amount of sugar can be hyperactive. That is some people use artificial sweeteners sugar. 

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)

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Automobile Safety Ratings 

Car accidents are on the rise. It is impractical and impossible . However, you can protect yourself by getting a car that will do its best to keep you safe if you meet with an accident. the performance of the automobile in safety tests, ratings are awarded to a car. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a USA agency that works under the Department of Transport (DOT), is responsible for crash tests. A car well in frontal- and side-impact crash testing, rollover resistance measurements, and dynamic stability testing made mandatory by NHTSA is awarded a 5-star rating. The lowest rating awarded by NHTSA is I-star. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) automobile tests like impact crash tests using offset barriers since 1969. Insurance companies use data by IIHS to judge insurance automobile liability. In Japan, cars were rated as AAA (best), AA to B, C, and D (worst) depending on the safety they offered. The National Organization for Automotive Safety & Victims' Aid (OSA), working under Japan's Ministry of Transport, totally the rating system in 2001. Japan's new rating system makes it mandatory for every car to qualify through three tests - full frontal, frontal offset, and side impact. Rating is based on how much protection the car offers to the occupant's head, neck, chest, abdomen, waist and legs. Under the new system, a car is awarded a 6-star rating if it comes under the "little risk" category, those under the "certain death" or "injury" category earn a single star. Before any automobile is launched in the market, it many tests to ensure that it is okay to drive. These tests are to assess the automobile's sturdiness and how much safety it offers to the passengers, especially during an accident. An automobile's rating depends on how it performs during the tests. 

(Adapted from TOEFL Junior 10 Practice Tests)