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

6/18/2020 2:34:00 PM

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

This place is so _____ with the non-stop flow of customers to come and enjoy Pho.

  • delicious
  • convenient
  • popular
  • exciting

I don’t know how you _____ up with Carl’s complaining all the time.

  • put
  • do
  • get
  • make

The art gallery will be a new visitor _____ for the city.

  • interest
  • attraction
  • place
  • appeal

Perhaps what you’re reading or hearing is quite boring, which makes it hard to _____ on the book or the conversation.

  • concentrate
  • rely
  • depend
  • notice

As children become _____, they are less likely to ask for advice.

  • depend
  • dependent
  • independent
  • independence

Complete the conversation between Henry and Ben. What does Henry say to Ben? Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A–G) for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. What times does it start?

B. It's funny so I really like it.

C. Fine thanks, Ben.

D. That's a good idea. It starts at six.

E. Great! I'll bring my favourite CDs.

F. Have you seen it before?

G. There's a programme on TV I want to watch.

H. No, it's a soap about four teenagers. 

Ben: Hi Harry. How are you?

Harry: C

Ben: What are you doing this afternoon?


Ben: Is that a new quiz show?


Ben: Is it good?


Ben: Why don’t you watch it here?


Ben: Come earlier and we'll listen to music.


Ben: OK! See you later!

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

Natural Selection

Many people think (0) that Charles Darwin came up with the idea of evolution. In fact, when Darwin was born, many scientists already believed evolution. Darwin was important because he provided us an explanation for how evolution works. He called this explanation "natural selection".

There are many examples natural selection in action. Take moths. If a moth lays some eggs, the babies usually up to look like their parents. But occasionally, because the way that genes work, a moth is different. Maybe it's bigger, or smaller, or a different color, or has longer legs, for example.

In Britain today, most peppered moths are black. there are white ones, birds see them easily on dark trees, and eat them. The black ones reproduce more because any white ones are eaten, so the population stays black. Three hundred years , however, things were different. Trees were lighter because there wasn't so pollution. Birds could see the black moths more easily the white ones, and so ate them, leaving the white moths to reproduce. So most of the peppered moths back then were white.

Today, though, as as the trees stay dark-colored, there won't be many white peppered moths in the future. It's natural selection that decides the color of the moths.

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

For each question, choose the correct letter. 

1. Next Monday, these will cost more.


2. You must leave this on for other people.


3. You can only do this two days a week.


4. It's not possible to buy things here today. 


5. Not all of these items are cheaper today. 






Read the text and questions below.

Gareth Ellis

Gareth Ellis, 13, is the youngest son of Alan, an engineer, and Kath, a nursery teacher. His older brothers work in banking and computers, but Gareth's dream was always to become a clown. Three years ago, Alan, Kath and Gareth joined the circus. “People laugh when we tell them,” says Kath. “But it's true. Gareth has wanted to be a clown since we took him to the circus when he was three.”

When Alan lost his job, he and Kath decided to see if they could find full-time circus jobs. They both got jobs with a famous circus and Gareth began training to become a clown. He calls himself Bippo. They travel with the circus during the summer and return home for the winter. Gareth's brothers are old enough to look after the house while they are away.

“I can't say it was easy,” says Kath. “There was a lot to think about and organise. We only had a car and a very small caravan to sleep in, and we were leaving behind our lovely house. The only thing Gareth missed was his long, hot baths.

“People ask about my education,” says Gareth, “but from the beginning, wherever we go, someone has always come to teach me. I follow the same books as everyone back at school and I've got a computer. I've never fallen behind my classmates.”

And the future? “It was a difficult decision,” says Kath, “but there was no other way to teach Gareth about being a clown. I'm happy to say it's working, and we're enjoying it.” And Gareth? “I'm going to be the main clown in a circus one day”, he says, “perhaps Bippo's circus.”

What is the writer trying to do in the text?

  • describe how one family changed their lives
  • give details about how to join the circus
  • talk about the best way to educate a child
  • advise what to do when you lose your job

What would a reader learn about Gareth from the text?

  • He does not enjoy school work.
  • He has a definite aim in life.
  • He would like to be at home with his brothers.
  • He wants to be the same as other boys.

Alan and Kath joined the circus because _____.

  • they wanted to spend time traveling in the summer.
  • they needed money in order to buy a bigger car.
  • their older sons needed their house for themselves.
  • their youngest son wanted to train as a performer.

When they first joined the circus, Kath _____

  • wanted to go back home.
  • did not have enough to do.
  • found things difficult.
  • was not able to sleep properly.

Which postcard did Gareth probably write just after he joined the circus?

  • We've just arrived and I love it already. There's lots of space for our things and I've even got my own computer.
  • I don't miss much from home. I'm managing to do all my school work. See you in the winter.
  • I really enjoyed meeting Bippo the Clown today, but I'm missing my school friends, and I'd love a nice hot bath.
  • I'm learning all about the circus and how to entertain people, I also have a new school to go to.

Read the descriptions of some school subjects. 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. This lesson can be about shapes and numbers.

m _ _ _ _

2. You can draw and paint in this lesson.

a _ _

3. This teaches you about the world around you and different countries.

g _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

4. This subject can be about the natural processes of living things like humans or plants.

b _ _ _ _ _ _

5. You learn about the past in this lesson. 

h _ _ _ _ _ _

1. m

2. a

3. g

4. b

5. h

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

2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "I was surprised when I arrived at the bus stop." Write 80 - 100 words.

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What's for lunch?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What does the man want?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What was Oscar doing when Isabel phoned him?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Who is coming to stay this weekend?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What did Sophie enjoy doing most at the weekend?

  • A
  • B
  • C

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

You will hear a TV cook explaining a recipe. Listen and complete each question.

1. Today's recipe: Minestrone soup

2. Water: about liters

3. Vegetables: onion, , potato and green vegetables

4. Fry the vegetables for: minutes

5. Pasta: grams

6. Before eating, add: some  

For each question, choose the correct answer.  

You will hear Luis talking to his friend Charlotte about a computer game.

Where did Luis first find out about the game?

  • from a game website.
  • from a school friend.
  • from a magazine advertisement.

Charlotte likes the game because

  • it's funny.
  • it's hard.
  • it's new.

Who does Luis want to play the game with?

  • his brother
  • his granddad
  • his cousin

How long did Charlotte play the game last Saturday?

  • forty-five minutes
  • one hour
  • one hour and thirty minutes

Which part of the game does Luis like best?

  • finding food
  • building a hut
  • crossing the river