Exam Practice - Reading Comprehension
by Wai-ming Iris LAI
| 6 Questions
What is the genre of the text?
When the writer says ‘take such parties seriously’ in entry 1, she means the cherry blossom celebration is _____________ for Japanese companies.
A an important event
B an annoying thing
C a rare moment
D a busy time
What does the phrase ‘nearly had a heart attack’ in entry 2 mean?
A Dad had heart diseases.
B Dad’s heart felt painful.
C Dad was shocked.
D Dad was kind-hearted.
What does the word ‘latest’ in entry 2 mean?
B very cheap
C late at night
D most up-to-date
What does the writer mean when she says ‘you mustn’t mind getting wet all over!’ in entry 3?
A The riders will get past a waterfall.
B All riders get wet on Splash Mountain.
C It was raining during the ride.
D The writer forgot her raincoat.
Look at the word ‘clear’ in entry 4. Now look at the dictionary meaning for ‘clear’ below. Which meaning is the most suitable for the word in the entry?
A easy to understand,
e.g. Are these instructions clear enough?
B obvious and leaving no doubt,
e.g. She won the election by a clear majority.
C knowing everything with no problem,
e.g. I am not clear what to do.
D with no cloud and mist,
e.g. On a clear day, you can see the habour from here.
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