Pet Reading Quizzes & Trivia

How bored are you right now? Would you like to play a game? Why don’t you take these awesome Pet Reading quizzes online to gain knowledge and flaunt it too.

Tackle multiple choice questions, true or false questions, or yes or no questions, and more to discover amazing facts about yourself and the world. Play these Pet Reading quizzes as a party game or if you’re just trying to take a break at work.

With challenging questions to test your intelligence and questions that will have you in splits, we bet you will be glued to these Pet Reading quizzes for hours. These amazing Pet Reading quizzes are perfect for kids, teens, and inquisitive adults too! Build your knowledge with Pet Reading quizzes created for a variety of topics.

Practice test for students preparing for the Cambridge PET exam. Read the text in each question. What does it say?

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 143   |  Last updated: Jan 23, 2013
  • Sample Question
    No bicycles against glass please.

In this part, you have to look at very short texts, such as signs and messages, postcards, notes, emails, labels etc. Read the texts and choose one correct answer

Questions: 20  |  Attempts: 23   |  Last updated: May 31, 2017
  • Sample Question
    What does Tom have to do?

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 19   |  Last updated: May 31, 2017
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Pet Reading Questions & Answers

What is the sign telling you to do?
You must disable your phone before classA. You can use your phone, just dont do it during lessons B. This is a warning; not a command C. Turn off = disable
What does this message say?
The Super Weekly Saver ticket can help all travellers to save money.A. Cheaper tickets arent available. Theres just one Super Weekly Saver Ticket B. You dont need it but it can help you save money C. Correct
What does the sign say?
Today you can get double fish and chips for what you normally payA. if they cost the half, if you pay the same you get double B. Whats special about them? C. So the other 50% dont have discount?
What surprises the writer about the children who stay at the camp? A. The youngest ones find it hard to be away from home. B. They complain if they cannot phone their parents. C....
ANOT A = You might expect it to be the really young ones who feel like that the most (miss home) but its actually the ten- to thirteen-year-olds. D = Its amazing how many come and thanks us because they have had a great time. It doesnt say that the