PET Reading Trial Test 2 Welcome to your PET Reading Trial Test 2 Thời gian làm bài là 45 phút Họ Tên và Mã Lớp Số điện thoại Part 1 Questions 1-5For each question, choose the correct answer.1. Derek is contacting Ella to A suggest they change a plan. B invite her to meet his aunt. C remind her about an arrangement. 2. A People can get information about fast trains on this platform. B People waiting for a fast train should not stay on this platform. C People on this platform should not get too close to the railway line. 3. A Students not playing in the school concert will get fewer than four tickets. B Students are not able to pick up concert tickets at any time they like. C Every student will have the same opportunity to get extra tickets. 4. Eric wants Danni to A lend him some software. B download some software for him. C show him how to use some software. School lunch rules Pupils are requested not to leave the table as soon as they have finished, but to remain in their seats until a teacher has said that they may go. A. Sit down at the table when the teacher asks you to do so. B. Wait until the teacher has finished eating before leaving the table. C. Stay at the table unless the teacher tells you that you can leave. Part 2 Questions 6-10For each question, choose the correct answer. Outdoor Activity centres A. Bennachie Park is an area of great natural beauty and very popular with photographers and artists. There is a sculpture trail through the forest, and a famous waterfall, and both of these can be reached on foot or by mountain bike. You can hire bikes from the Visitor Centre. B. Wilder Forest has a huge web of paths for walkers, runners and mountain bikers, and you can also do horse riding (booking required). There are beginners’sessions available in drawing nature with painter,John Small, and a new event that starts after dark will introduce you to the stars. C. Strathmoor Forest Park is very popular both with people who want to enjoy relaxed walking and with birdwatchers who come to see rare birds found only in Strathmoor. There's a small cafe, and several picnic sites for those who prefer to bring their own food. D. Thornielee Park is a wonderful place for a family day out with fantastic hilly walks, two large lakes, and many picnic sites where you can enjoy the views. It’s popular with animal lovers and has daily bird-photography drop-in sessions with our expert, SarahWallis. E. At Glengarry Forest, there is a new storytelling event for children, called ‘Deep in the Forest’. Then there are many regular activities and events,including the everpopular horse riding and night-time cycling with torches. The food at the Visitor Centre cafe is excellent and won a prize last year. F. If you love nature, Innerleithen Forest is for you! There are several rare kinds of animals and birds, and a daily talk on them from an expert at the Visitor Centre. You can also get cosy in the cafe, which serves cake and warm drinks. Many people bring mountain bikes or you can hire them and go around the forest trails. G. Boden Forest is excellent for walking and running, and there’s also a 10-metre cliff face with climbing classes for beginners. A regular birdsong event takes place, including birdwatching from inside a special hut. Very popular for lunch is the food stall, serving mushrooms grown there and fish from Boden. H. Kiroughtree Park has everything from a visitor centre- where you can pick up a free guide full of information about the plants and animals there- to a wonderful lake, where you can have a go at sailing. Short landscape photography sessions are also available. The young people below are looking for a day out with family or friends. On the opposite page there are descriptions of eight outdoor activity centres. Decide which activity centre would be the most suitable for the people below.6. Julian wants to take pictures of wildlife but needs some advice. He likes to be near water and also wants somewhere that has outdoor eating facilities. A B C D E F G H 7. Marcie and her mum want to spend a day in a forest and get some exercise at the same time. They would like to be told about the wildlife there, and enjoy snacks and refreshments in comfort. A B C D E F G H 8. Mohammed wants a day full of activities including something that involves his two main interests, sport and animals. He also wants to try an art class and to stay for a night-time activity too. A B C D E F G H 9. Maria wants to be able to read about the wildlife and also to take pictures of trees and hills. She loves being outdoors and would like to try a watersport of some kind. A B C D E F G H 10. Ivan and his dad want an activity that involves seeing and hearing wildlife. They also want to do an adventure sport and to try food that comes directly from the local forest. A B C D E F G H Part 3 Questions 11-15For each question, choose the correct answer. Rock tlhe Planet Music journalist Nick Hilman meets young actors from this popular musical show. Rock the Planet, a musical show where actors also have to be really good musicians, openedinLondon last year, after fiveyearsintheUSA, where it was voted 'Best Musical’ four times! But doing the show with an all-British cast of actors was challenging. The UK puts more limits on how many performances young actors can do weekly- in the USA, they’re allowed to do more shows. Because of this, twice as many actors were required here. Luckily, the director found plenty of talented UK-based actors, and they’ve just won their first ‘Best Musical’ award. Although the theatre in London is bigger than the US venue, it’s been full every night, with everyone wanting to hear the songs that first became popular in America. I met 11-year-old Jamie, one of the show’s actors. ‘It’s brilliant that I get paid to play,’ he said, ‘especially a beautiful and expensive Gibson guitar.’ He told me how busy the young actors are. ‘We have normal school lessons each day at the theatre. While the teacher’s great, I miss my old school mates.’ And what do they think of the show? ‘Well, my whole class came! The theatre does special deals on tickets for schools. They absolutely loved it and that made me feel really confident. My parents come when they can, but it’s expensive for them,’ he explained. When I said I also play guitar, Jamie found a spare one and invited me to play along with him and the other young actors. We played Days, a song I wasn’t familiar with. Jamie took me through it and I was very pleased with myself when I finally got it right. I was impressed by Jamie’s ability and wished I had similar skills.I was just trying to keep up and was glad the show’s director wasn’t there to hear my mistakes! While the young actors were already musicians, with some playing several instruments, none had played in a band before. Fortunately, they’ve found it pretty easy. Jamie admitted that the hard part was appearing natural when they first performed together. They were concentrating so much that they forgot to smile! The show’s on in London for another year, and is well worth seeing. 11. What is the difference between the shows in the UK and in the USA? A. Fewer young actors were needed in America. B. Brand new songs have been included in the UK. C. The UK show has won more prizes. D. Audiences were bigger in America. 12. What does Jamie say about working on the show? A. He s glad that his family come daily to support him. B. Hes embarrassed when his friends come to watch him. C. He’s delighted that he’s doing something that he loves. D. He’s anxious about the amount of schoolwork he’s missing. 13. How did the writer feel about playing music with the actors? A. surprised that he sounded as good as Jamie B. satisfied that he had learned new song C. happy because they played his favourite tune D. excited to be playing in front of the director 14. What did the actors find difficult about performing in the show? A. having to play their instruments with other people B. learning to play many new instruments very quickly C. remembering the different songs they had to do D. looking relaxed when they were playing on stage 15. What would an advertisement for the show say? A. Come and enjoy this wonderful show while you can- tickets are selling fast as this is the Planet s last month in the UK. B. Book to see Rock the Planet for an experience to remember. Check the website for great prices for student groups. C. You won’t often see something as good as Rock the Planet - and with extra performers from America, the sound is even better than ever! D. After its success in several countries around the world, Rock the Planet has now opened in the UK! Part 4 Questions 16-20Five sentences have been removed from the text below.For each question, choose the correct answer.There are three extra sentences which you do not need to use. The most unusual festival I've been to by Diane Key Last year I visited a small village near the city of Gloucester, England, where a very special and unusual race takes place once a year. It's called 'Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling'. On a Saturday at the beginning of spring, people from all over the world go to Cooper's Hill to see the race. The first written information about the race was in a message sent to the local government in 1826. 16 So nobody knows when it really started. Each year, the event becomes more and more popular with people coming from all over the world to take part and to watch. 17The way the race works is as follows. There is a very large piece of cheese, which is round, like a wheel, and weighs about 4 kilograms. 18 One of the people in charge of the event sends the large piece of cheese down the hill and half a second later everyone taking part runs down the hill after the cheese. 19 In the past, the cheese has hit people watching the race and injured them. It's not just the spectators who get injured; many of the people running down the hill get serious injuries, too. The injuries are usually broken ankles and legs as the runners lose control coming down the steep hill. 20 T here are also lots of local people helping to catch the runners, so they don't fall over and hurt themselves, they are called 'catchers'.This event has become so famous that it appears on television all over the world on the BBC network and, also, on Trans World Sport. People watching this event think it is very strange and that the people taking part are crazy. A. It has wood around it to protect it.B. The police think the event is very dangerous.C. Winners of the event have come from the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Nepal.D. Sometimes they use an old tyre.E. The words in this message showed that this event was already a tradition then.F. That's why, at the bottom of the hill, there are lots of ambulances and medical staff. G. The first person over the finish line at the bottom of the hill wins the cheese.H. Children are not allowed to eat the cheese. Part 5 Questions 21-26For each question choose the correct answer. My first flight Last week my family and I travelled by plane for the first time. I must admit we all had a few questions that we were too (21)___ to ask anyone and I guess there are many other teens that could use some (22)___ to help them go through their first flight.So, first, make sure you arrive with all the (23)___ paperwork to board the flight that is your passport, which must be valid. As most airlines issue e-tickets, don't worry if you don't get a paper ticket, as well. Once you show though your e-ticket to the staff, you will be given a physical boarding pass; this is what will give you (24)___ to the aeroplane. All travellers get confused by airline rules about baggage. For trips lasting several days or more, you'll need to (25)___ in a piece of hold luggage, while for a long weekend or for a city break, all you need can usually fit into a bag or case which you can take with you on the plane. Once you've made it successfully on to your flight, look for a number followed by a letter on your boarding pass. That's your seat number. If you can't locate your seat, the cabin crew will be happy to help and put your luggage in a safe place, either in an overhead (26)___ or under your seat. Now, all you need to do is sit back and relax. 21. A. confused B. embarrassed C. interested D. relieved 22. employs receives gets owns 23. in off out up 24. explain hope persuade suggest 25. thought looked noticed talked 26. good proud positive happy Part 6 Questions 27-32For each question, write the correct answer.Write ONE word for each gap. Staying in on a Saturday night Most teenagers look forward to Saturday night as it is normally the time to go (27) and have fun with friends. But occasionally, as I am exhausted from all the studying for school, I just need to relax and (28) at home. Tonight, two of my friends are coming round to my house and we are (29) to watch a film on Netflix together. We are going to watch an action film, which is great, because my audio system has four speakers around the living room. The sound effects will be great! We have decided to order some pizzas because my mum has to work late and none of us wanted to cook tonight. (30) is also a lot of ice cream in the freezer for dessert. I guess we won't be eating healthy food tonight. My sister (31) already gone to the cinema with her friends, so she won't be bothering us (32) she comes home early! 1 out of 1 thanh2021-11-23T11:06:46+07:00 Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! 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