Đề số 5 môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 hệ song bằng Cambridge (Reading & Listening)

6/17/2020 9:29:00 AM

Đề gồm 25 câu: 14 câu Reading và 11 câu Listening.

It’s a typical British _____ to have afternoon tea.

  • manner
  • habit
  • behavior
  • custom

Have you heard the _____ about the monster living in these woods?

  • sciene fiction
  • time
  • legend
  • romantic film
In order to _____ their goals in college, students need to invest the maximum amount of time, money and energy in their studies.
  • manage
  • establish
  • achieve
  • catch

I know you are _____, but there is really nothing to worry about.

  • happy
  • concerned
  • typical
  • grateful

We will _____ visit the pyramids when we go to Egypt.

  • definitely
  • well
  • usually
  • completely

Read the conversation between Steve and Mike and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. Only once, when I was very young.

B. It's a very long way to the forest.

C. Thanks very much, Steve.

D. I'm not sure yet. What about you?

E. I'd love to, but I haven't got a tent.

F. How long are you going to stay?

G. I'm afraid I can't. I'm busy.

H. Really? Are you going to the beach?

Steve: I'm going camping with some friends.


Steve: No! We're going to the forest.


Steve: About a month, I think. Would you like to come with us?


Steve: That doesn't matter, I have an extra one you can use. 


Steve: Have you ever been camping before?


Steve: Well, I'm sure we'll have a great time.

Read the text and write the missing words. Write one word on each blank.


I have always wanted know how a person becomes a world-class athlete. Eddie, my good friend, father was an Olympic runner many years ago, decided to find out with me.

We went to our local gym they have classes and offer private training. I decided not to put it off any longer and I signed up right on the spot! I was more or less shape, but I needed to work with a trainer regularly. Because my school schedule, my trainer, Andy, said he could come over to my house after school most days, provided I came to the gym at weekends. That sounded great! Eddie didn't need so much help. He takes his dad and is a natural athlete.

After a while, I began to feel it doing me good. I know that I should done it a long time before, but at least now I was finally getting really fit. If I had started sooner, then perhaps I would have become an international athlete. In to do that, though, you really need to start very young, and I'm afraid I left it a little too late.

Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?

For each question, choose the correct letter. 

1. Do not leave this open. 


2. This happens three times a day. 


3. Do not go near these animals. 


4. You can watch the keepers giving these animals food. 


5. You can't come here after one o'clock. 






Read the text and answer the questions below.

Craigie Aitchison

The painter Craigie Aitchison was born in Scotland. He came to London intending to study law but went to art school instead. There he found the traditional drawing classes difficult but still kept on painting.

In his late twenties, he was given money by the Italian government to study art and became interested in early Italian artists, which shows in some of his work. He loved the greens and browns of the Italian fields and the clear light there and wanted to put this light into his paintings.

This led him to paint colors thinly one on top of another from light to dark, but he insists he's never sure what the results will be. He says, 'It's a secret - because I don't know myself. I don't start by painting yellow, knowing I'm going to put anything on top.' Like most talented people, Aitchison makes it sound easy. 'Anyone can do the colors - you can buy them. I simply notice what you put the colors next to.'

Unlike some artists, he never does drawings before he starts a painting, as he feels that if he did, he might get bored and not do the painting afterward. Instead, Aitchison changes his paintings many times before they are finished. This explains why his favorite models are people who don't ask to see their pictures while he's painting them. 'If I feel they're worried and want to look at the painting, I can't do it.'

Since moving to London years ago, he has not felt part of the Scottish painting scene. He says he is not interested in following any tradition, but just paints the way he can. However, his work still influences young British painters.

What does the writer do in the text?

  • describe particular works by Craigie Aitchison.
  • teach readers how to paint like Craigie Aitchison.
  • introduce readers to the artist Craigie Aitchison.
  • explain how Craigie Aitchison has made money from painting.

What can readers learn about Aitchison from the text?

  • He works in a different way from other artists.
  • He often gets bored with his paintings.
  • He improved his drawing by going to art school.
  • He did some paintings for the Italian government.

What does Aitchison say about his use of color?

  • He likes starting with the darkest colors first.
  • He knows the colors he’s aiming for when he begins.
  • He prefers to paint with yellows, greens, and browns.
  • He understands how different colors work together.

Aitchison prefers models who don’t

  • keep talking to him while he’s working.
  • ask him about his strange method of working.
  • worry about how long the work will take.
  • feel anxious to see the work as it’s developing.

What might a visitor at an exhibition say about Aitchison’s work?

  • I love his recent paintings of Scotland, which are very similar to a number of other Scottish painters.
  • You can still see the influence of his trip to Italy in some of these pictures.
  • You can tell he spent a lot of time drawing the picture before he started painting.
  • I wonder if his law training helps him at all, especially in selling his work.

Read the descriptions of some words for things you can see in parks. What is the word for each one? The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in the word.

1. It has two legs and it sings and flies. 

b _ _ _

2. This has lots of leaves and it can grow very tall.

t _ _ _

3. It opens and closes and you come into a park through it. 

g _ _ _

4. These are white or grey and rain comes from them. 

c _ _ _ _ _

5. This is a green plant and people sometimes play football on it. 

g _ _ _ _

1. b

2. t

3. g

4. c

5. g

1. Read the email from your friend, Sasha. Write an email to Sasha to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.

2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "When I opened the letter, I found a plane ticket with my name on it." Write 80 - 100 words.

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Where’s the girl going this afternoon?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What does Karen still need to get for the school play?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Where did Paul go running yesterday?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What was the weather like on Beth's holiday?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What did the boy see at the transport museum?

  • A
  • B
  • C

For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write one word or a number or a date or a time.

You will hear a teacher telling some students about a class trip.

Class trip

Visit: a castle

Costs of trip: £

Day of trip:

Time bus leaves school: a.m.


Name of special exhibition:

For each question, choose the correct answer.

Listen to Tony talking to Lisa about a science club competition.

Which building will the competition be in?

  • the school
  • the town hall
  • the university
How has the team decided to get there?
  • They will catch a bus.
  • They will walk.
  • They will go on the underground.
The total number of questions in the quiz will be
  • five.
  • fifteen.
  • twenty-five.
Tony's favourite area of science is
  • biology.
  • chemistry.
  • physics.
Winners of the competition get
  • T-shirts.
  • cinema tickets.
  • a box of chocolates.