TOEFL Junior Practice Test 3 - Language form and meaning

10/25/2019 10:35:03 AM
Bài thi thử Language form and meaning theo đúng mẫu chuẩn của kỳ thi Toefl Junior, gồm 42 câu hỏi.

In this section of the test, you will answer 42 questions found in seven different texts. Within each text are boxes that contain four possible ways to complete a sentence. Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence. Mark the letter of the correct answer on your answer sheet.

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

Dear Stacy,

Thanks for telling me about the computer club. I had not been planning to join any clubs this year as I was going to focus solely on my studies. However, once I heard about the events (1)_____ I simply had to sign up for it. I have you to thank for that. It looks like we're going to activities which are both educational and (2)_____. I just hope that it's (3)_____ the math club was last year. That club was a total (4)_____.

Your friend,



  • were planned by the computer club,
  • planning the computer club,
  • the planning of the computer club,
  • the computer club was planning,


  • entertain
  • entertaining
  • entertained
  • entertainment


  • more fun than
  • better fun
  • the most fun
  • as fun as possible


  • cancellation
  • thrill
  • letdown
  • challenge

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

It is important to remember that the organisms that live in an ecosystem vary depending upon a number of conditions. The climate in an area is the main (5)_____. For instance, organisms that (6)_____ in a hot and dry climate are (7)_____ to dwell in deserts than they are in rainforests. The local geography is another factor that (8)_____. For example, there are animals that have adapted to life in mountains and high altitudes so it is clear that they will not be found in grasslands, swamps, or other similar ecosystems.


  • obstacle
  • appearance
  • complication
  • determiner


  • thrive
  • migrate
  • detest
  • submit


  • as likely
  • one of the most likely
  • more likely
  • the most likely


  • the local wildlife will affect
  • affects the local wildlife
  • will affect the wildlife locally
  • has been affected by the local wildlife

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

Please remember that elections for student government are going to (9)_____ next week. Any students (10)_____ in running for the position of president, vice president, or secretary/treasurer should let their homeroom teachers know by tomorrow at three o'clock. Only students who have a GPA of 3.0 or above are eligible to run for any of these positions. Likewise, any students who have been suspended in the past twelve months are (11)_____ from running for office. Each student (12)_____ for office needs to give a speech to the student body explaining why he or she is interested in holding a particular office.


  • hold
  • will hold
  • be held
  • holding


  • interest
  • interested
  • interesting
  • interestingly


  • requested
  • delayed
  • prohibited
  • encouraged


  • what decides to run
  • who decides to run
  • what decided on running
  • who decided on running

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

Dear parents,

The school is going to hold its annual bake sale next Saturday, October 2. The bake sale will start at 10 a.m and (13)_____ around 1 p.m. We would like to encourage all of you to (14)_____ bakes goods to the event. You can feel free to purchase items such as cookies and cakes from bakeries, or you can bake your own goods. We appreciate all (15)_____. (16)_____students, parents, and members of the local community are invited to attend. Attendees will be able to purchase delicious baked goods at low prices. As always, the (17)_____ of the bake sale is to raise (18)_____ for the school. This year, the school's athletic teams are in (19)_____ need of money, so (20)_____ at least $2.000 at the event. If you have any questions, contact Faith Rawlings at 555-6576. We hope to see all of you at the bake sale.

Walter Taylor



  • end
  • ends
  • be ended
  • ending


  • gather
  • contribute
  • buy
  • collect


  • bake sales and donations
  • of the donations at the bake sale
  • the bake sale's donations
  • donations to the bake sale


  • Apparently, the bake sale,
  • As for the bake sale itself,
  • In accordance with the bake sale,
  • Nonetheless, at the bake sale


  • result
  • approval
  • objective
  • reminder


  • more than the money
  • the most of the money
  • as much money as possible
  • more money than


  • desperate
  • divisive
  • derisive
  • discounted


  • we are desiring a raise of
  • our desire has raised
  • what we desired raising
  • it is our desire to raise

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

There are many different genres of literature, (21)_____. For a piece of writing to be considered fantasy literature, it must contain several (22)_____. First of all, most fantasy literature involves the use of magic. The characters may cast magic spells, or their world may be magical. Fantasy literature also contains a variety of fantastic creatures, such as dragons, unicorns, and centaurs, (23)_____. In addition, fantasy literature typically takes place in an (24)_____ world. Middle Earth, the world of J. R. R Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings books, is (25)_____. These worlds may be similar to the real world, but their geography and other aspects tend to be different. These worlds also have races other than humans. Elves, dwarves, orcs, and goblins are among (26)_____. Finally, most fantasy literature involves a (27)_____ between good and evil. A hero or group of heroes frequently undertakes a quest (28)_____ the forces of evil.


  • which can be fantasy
  • one of which is fantasy
  • what is a fantasy
  • some of which are fantasies


  • elements
  • ingredients
  • constituents
  • pieces


  • what possesses magic powers
  • which magic powers are possessed
  • which they posses in magic powers
  • which may possess magic powers


  • imagine
  • imaginning
  • imaginary
  • imagination


  • the made-up place
  • one such made-up place
  • the place which was made up
  • making up a place


  • the existence of other races
  • the other races that may exist
  • races, some of which may exist
  • the races that have existed


  • conflict
  • debate
  • competition
  • warfare


  • defeat
  • defeating
  • will defeat
  • to defeat

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

To all students:

Mr. Richards has just (29)_____ the school that he will only be teaching with us for the next two weeks of the semester. (30)_____ to Texas to take care of his parents, both of whom are elderly. Please give your best wishes to Mr. Richards before he leaves. Mr. Richards has been with us for five years, and it is safe to say that there is no teacher (31)_____. As you all know, Mr. Richards teaches social studies and history. Since we are in the middle of the semester, we do not have enough time to conduct a (32)_____ search for a new teacher. We will do that during the winter break. Fortunately, Mrs. Parker has agreed (33)_____ so she will take over Mr. Richards's classes. Some of you may remember Mrs. Parker, (34)_____ two years ago prior to retiring. She is an outstanding teacher, and you will all surely benefit from being in her class.

Dee Gorey



  • informed
  • announced
  • insisted
  • alarmed


  • Moving back, he is
  • After moving back, he will
  • He has moved back
  • He is moving back


  • more popular than him
  • as popular as that
  • the most popular like him
  • more than he is popular


  • swift
  • thorough
  • reduced
  • verified


  • coming out of retirement
  • that she came out of retirement
  • to come out of retirement
  • by coming out of retirement


  • who taught here
  • that is teaching here
  • who will teach here
  • which has taught here

Choose the word or words in each box that correctly completes each sentence.

Last week, Cantrel High School held a writing contest. The rules of the contest were simple: (35) _____ of three topics to write on. They had to select one of the three and then write a 500-word essay on it. The students were given one hour to compose their works. In past years, students had to (36) _____ but they were permitted to make use of computers this year. Thirty-two students entered the competition, and their works were (37) _____ by a panel (38)_____. Two were teachers from Central High School while another was a professor at nearby City College. To prevent the judges from being biased, the students' names were (39) _____ from their essays. The judges unanimously declared Alicia Walker's essay, (40) _____ My Father: My Hero, the winner. Ms. Walker's essay will be (41) _____ to the city writing competition. If she should come in first or second place there, she will be (42) _____ to enter the statewide writing contest.


  • A choice was given for the students
  • The students were given a choice
  • A choice gave the students
  • The students gave them a choice


  • the writing of their essays by hand
  • hand in their written essays
  • write their essays by hand
  • hand over the essay they wrote


  • rated
  • guaranteed
  • composed
  • criticized


  • consisting of three judges
  • that consisted with three judes
  • who consists with three judges
  • consisted of three judges
  • detached
  • forgotten
  • omitted
  • repealed


  • entitle
  • entitled
  • entitlement
  • entitling


  • returned
  • entered
  • submitted
  • transposed


  • partial
  • appropriate
  • considerable
  • eligible