PET sample test (Bài thi PET)

PET Reading

Part 1 Practice Test

Questions 1-5

Look at the text in each question.
What does it say?
Click the letter next to the correct explanation - A, B or C.

Question 1: What does Karen want Steve to do?


Order the cinema tickets.

Meet after work to go to the cinema.


Collect the tickets.

Please select an answerNo. Try again.No. Try again.Yes. The key words here are PICK UP, and ON YOUR WAY HOME.

 Question 2


The lift is only for employees.


The lift isn't working.


Ask someone if you need help with the lift.

Please select an answerNo. Try again.Yes. The key words here are OUT OF ORDER.No. Try again.

 Question 3: What does this person need to do?


Think about what they can have for dinner.


Buy something for dinner.


Prepare the dinner.

Please select an answerNo. Try again.No. Try again.Yes. The key words here are GET dinner READY.

 Question 4


This car park is for people who use the shop.


No parking here.


Anyone can park here.

Please select an answerYes. The key words here are CUSTOMERS and ONLY.No. Try again.No. Try again.

 Question 5


The cafe is where the builders eat.


The cafe will still be open while building work is being done.


Students will be told when the cafe is open.
PET Reading Part 2

The people on the left all want to go on a day trip.
Below you can see details of places to visit.
Decide which place would be the most suitable for each person.


Places to go this summer

See what's on in the West Midlands this summer:

A: Stratford Butterfly Farm
The biggest butterfly farm in Europe. Whatever the weather come and see these beautiful creatures as they would live in their natural environment. Walk around a tropical rainforest as butterflies fly freely around you. See them as they come into the world in the Caterpillar Room. And don't miss Insect City where you can view huge spiders and our very own scorpion colony!

B: National Sea-Life Centre
You wouldn't expect to bump into a hammerhead shark whilst visiting Brum city centre. But yes, it's true, The National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham is the only aquarium in the UK where you can see this creature along with our Sea Dragons from Australia and baby stingrays from the Amazon. We guarantee an experience you'll never forget.

C: Coventry Transport Museum
Coventry Transport Museum
hosts the world's largest transport collection. A day out here will give you the chance to see some of the earliest motor cars as well as more modern vehicles like the De Lorean 'back from the future' car. You can also design your own car and experience what breaking the sound barrier at 763 miles an hour feels like.

D: Warwick Castle

Regarded by many as Britain's greatest Medieval Castle. Visit exhibitions, climb the castle towers, relax as you walk around the gardens, designed and created in 1753 by Capability Brown. Experience the preparations for battle in the Kingmaker exhibition or witness a Victorian Royal Weekend. And if your interest is more in the darker side of the Castle's history visit The Castle Dungeon.

E: ThinkTank
At Thinktank you will find four floors of hands-on exhibits and historical collections that will amaze and inspire you, showing you the science of the world all around us from the past, the present and the future. From galleries and exhibitions to an exciting programme of events and activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether your interest is steam engines, looking into deepest space or seeing how doctors perform life-saving surgery.

F: Drayton Manner
One of the UK's most popular attractions. The park is home to some of the scariest rides you'll find like Stormforce 10 and Apocalypse, which has been voted the UK's most frightening ride. You'll also find an indoor and outdoor play area and of course, Drayton Manor Zoo with over one hundred different species, including twelve rare breeds from across the world. .

G: Hatton Country World
If you're keen on seeing unique crafts and craft work side-by-side with antique shops and a traditional butchers shop, Hatton Country World is the place for you. As well as these wonderful shops you'll be able to enjoy the Farm Park with many farm animals to help keep the kids entertained.

H: Black Country Museum
It's been called Britain's friendliest open-air museum. Come to Black Country Museum and discover an old-fashioned village by the canal. Look around original old-fashioned shops and houses, see what it's like down a mine and take a ride on a tramcar.


Marco studies physics and is interested in anything to do with science. He'd like to visit somewhere to see some examples of early mechanical engines.


Gemma wants to take her 5-year-old to see some animals. She'd also like to look around some shops to buy something for her mother's birthday.


Ingrid's eldest daughter is learning about English history and would like to go somewhere to bring this subject to life. Ingrid is really interested in flowers.


Trevor is an artist and enjoys drawing wildlife. He recently visited a zoo and drew large animals and would like to try sketching something smaller.


Sarah and her husband would like to spend the day outdoors. They don't like going on rides but are both interested in history and how people used to live.

PET Reading Part 3

Look at the sentences on the right about how to drive a car.
Read the text below to decide if each statement is correct or incorrect.

How to Save Petrol and the Environment

We are all aware of the need to protect the environment but sometimes it's difficult for us to do the right thing. For example, if you're a motorist the convenience of jumping in the car to go somewhere is balanced against the knowledge of how harmful each journey can be. But did you know that making a few simple changes to your driving habits will not only do less damage to our world but will also save you money and could even be good for your health.

Do you really need to take the car?
Try making more use of public transport. If the service is frequent and reliable you'll soon get used to using buses and trains. In fact, for shorter journeys why not take the opportunity to get into shape and go on foot.

Share the journey
How often do you see cars with just one occupant with the driver making the same journey as others living nearby? Why not car share and half the cost of the journey? There are several websites where people can swap details and make arrangements to meet up.

Change your habits
When you must use the car plan your journey so you can go to all the places you need to visit rather taking the car out again and again. If you get caught in a traffic jam switch off the engine when you're stationary for a long time. Try not to brake too sharply or accelerate too quickly as this will lead to you using up more fuel. On cold mornings don't warm up the engine before you start your journey and when you next put fuel in your car think about whether you really need to fill up the tank. All that extra weight will put more pressure on the engine.

Make sure you carry out basic maintenance like checking the tyre pressure regularly. Finally, keep your car regularly serviced so that it runs as efficiently as possible.

Steps like this will save you money and help you do your bit to protect the environment.

1. Drivers don't care about the environment.

2. Changing the way you drive has more than one benefit.

3. The service on public transport is always good.

4. You should walk when going somewhere nearby.