Đề thi thử môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 hệ song bằng Cambridge năm 2020 (do RVi Hà Nội cung cấp)

6/26/2020 11:55:00 AM

RVI  - Trung tâm Giáo dục Singapore là tổ chức Giáo dục đến từ Singapore có mặt ở Việt Nam hơn 17 năm  với kinh nghiệm về Chương trình Singapore Cambridge và ôn luyện học bổng Singapore ASEAN, A*Star và các kỳ thi Đại học công lập Singapore (NUS/NTU).

Chương trình Singapore Cambridge của Bộ Giáo dục Singapore là hệ Cambridge đã được điều chỉnh phù hợp với nhu cầu học tập học thuật cao của Singapore, một quốc gia nhiều năm đứng đầu trong thang đánh giá của PISA về Toán, Khoa học và Đọc hiểu.

RVi hiện có các lớp luyện thi Cambridge Checkpoints (Primary and Lower Secondary),  A-Level, IGCSE và đặc biệt Toán tiểu học Singapore (áp dụng phương pháp CPA và cách tiếp cận Mastery Learning/học sâu và Metacognition v.v..) giúp xây dựng tư duy toán vững chắc ở bậc tiểu học. Xin liên hệ RVi Centre Hanoi nếu muốn tìm hiểu thêm.

Để hỗ trợ các bạn học sinh lớp 5 và lớp 4 chuẩn bị tốt nhất cho kỳ thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 5 hệ song bằng các trường THCS công lập tại Hà Nội, RVI Singapore Hà Nội biên soạn đề thi thử môn Toán (bằng tiếng Anh) và môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 hệ song bằng, cung cấp cho các học viên của TiengAnhK12 làm miễn phí tới hết ngày 10/7/2020.

Các bạn tham gia làm bài thi thử này sẽ được TiengAnhK12 gửi tài liệu nhận định về đề thi vào lớp 6 hệ song bằng và hướng dẫn ôn luyện do RVi Centre Hanoi và TiengAnhK12 đồng biên soạn trong ngày 11/7/2020.

Listen and choose the correct answer for each question.

There's one example.

What are the new animals at the zoo?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Where's Lucy's book?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What does Tom want for his birthday?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What can Tony do with the ball in the house?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What cake can they make today?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Listen and write.

Name: Ben Walker

Where Ben lives: in a small

Where Ben's house is: by the

Name of the river:

Number of bedrooms in Ben's house:

What Ben's got in his garden: a and a slide

You are going to hear a short talk about the banks in Britain. As you listen, complete the statements below by writing no more than three words in the spaces provided.

1. The safest place to keep your money is .

2. A account is the most useful type of account offered by the banks for students in Britain.

3. There will be an if you overdraw on your account.

4. You should open account if you have more money than you need for month-to-month expenses.

5. You do tax on the interest if you are not normally resident in Britain.

6. Many shops will not accept a cheque unless a backs it.

7. A cheque card can be used as a cheque guarantee card. With this card, you can draw up to £ cash from almost any bank in Britain. A Eurocheque card can be used to draw cash from most banks in .

8. Many banks provide a cash card, which can be used to draw cash from .

9. Most banks provide dispensing machines which are set of the bank outside.

10. When the bank is closed, a cash card allows you to draw up to £ a day. 

How many English lessons _____ you _____ a week?

  • does/ have
  • do/ do
  • do/ have
  • do/ has

My father is a _____. He works hard on the field.

  • worker
  • farmer
  • doctor
  • teacher

I usually have _____ pear and _____ orange after dinner.

  • a/ a
  • a/ an
  • the/ a
  • the/ an

My mother prepares sandwiches and milk _____ our breakfast.

  • to
  • on
  • in
  • for

Look _____ that girl. She is looking _____ Mary but Mary isn’t here.

  • for/ at
  • at/ up
  • for/ up
  • at/ for

What time does Nam _____ every morning?

  • gets up
  • got up
  • get up
  • getting up

_____ beef do they want to buy?

  • How many
  • How much
  • How
  • How heavy

Write the words and phrases given in the box into the correct column.

camping chess housework breakfast morning exercises
the washing up cards shopping tennis my homework
football the gardening a shower skiing computer games
a good time fishing a headache a picnic swimming

There are four examples.

play go do have
chess camping housework breakfast

Fill in each gap with one suitable word to complete the passage.

I had an amusing experience last year. On the to a town in the South of France, a young man stopped my car and he asked for a lift.  When he got the car, I said good morning to him French and he replied in the same language. After that we kept silent during the journey. I myself know a little of French but I say anything. When I drove to the town, the young man suddenly asked very slowly “Can you English?” ... 

Complete the dialogue using the suggested words and phrases in the box.

What about you How tall swim come back home
How old How far kilos How often

A: are you, John?
B: I’m 12 years old.
A: are you?
B: I’m one meter sixty.
A: How heavy are you?
B: About 40 .
A: Can you ?
B: Yes, I can swim but not very far.
A: can you swim?
B: About 60 meters. ?
A: I can’t swim but I can play football.
B: do you play football?
A: I sometimes play with my friends at school.
B: What time do you usually come back home?
A: I usually at 5 p.m. 

Make questions for the underlined parts of the following sentences.

There are 45 students in our class.

Question: ?

Jack likes English because it’s very interesting

Question: ?

It’s 7 kilometres from Mai's house to school. 

Question: ?

They’re going to give Nam an English - Vietnamese dictionary on his birthday.

Question: ?

I met a famous singer in Hanoi last week.

Question: ?

Arrange the suggested words in order to make meaningful sentences.