Đề thi thử số 19 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

6/25/2020 1:00:00 PM

Choose the correct words in the box and write them on the lines. You do not need to use all the words.

accident bargain complicated pretend mild
digest fortune global lifestyle preserve

Example: something that happens without being planned. accident

1. : to take care of something in order to prevent it from being harmed or destroyed

2. : a large amount of money, goods, property

3. : pleasant, not very cold or not as cold as usual

4. : difficult to do, deal with, or understand

5. : something you buy that costs much less than normal

6. : to behave as if something is true when you know that it is not

Would you mind _____ the door for me, please?

  • to close
  • close
  • to closing
  • closing

There is _____ water in the bottle.

  • any
  • some
  • many
  • a
Water polo balls _____ with a special texture so it will not slip from the hands of a player.
  • cover
  • are covered
  • are being covered
  • covered

Which season do we get ____ fruits?

  • fewer
  • less
  • a little
  • little

I'd like _____ chocolate.

  • a can of
  • a kilo
  • a box of
  • a box

Mary is ____ school.

  • late always for
  • always late for
  • late always to
  • always late to
In _____ most social situations, _____ informality is appreciated.
  • ∅ / ∅
  • the / an
  • a / the
  • the / a

I am going to ___ a taxi to the airport.

  • have
  • take
  • travel
  • be

My grandmother is learning ___ to use a smartphone.

  • where
  • what
  • when
  • how

What about _____ to Sapa on the weekend?

  • go
  • going
  • to go
  • goes

Complete the conversation. Choose the correct answer A-H. There are three letters you do not need to use.

A. Thanks. Where are you having the party?

B. Why are you going there?

C. I’d love to. What are we celebrating?

D. What do you do there?

E. Well, I'm not sure about that.

F. It sounds like a lot of fun.

G. Is it difficult to surf?

H. Oh yes! This will be the first time for me.

Nick: Hi, Gino. Would you like to come to a party next Sunday?


Nick: It's Australia Day, our national day.


Nick: I know. I want you to enjoy it with us because you are a new Australian.


Nick: At Bondi beach. A lot of Aussies go to the beach that day.


Nick: We usually have some food and drinks, we swim and surf.


Nick: It is. It's a great way to celebrate our country!

Complete the passage with the words given.

brain | violent | movements | benefit | co-operation | carried


In Britain, the average young person now spends more money on games each year than on going to the cinema or renting videos. But is this necessarily a bad thing? For years, newspaper reports have been saying that children who spend too much time playing computer games become unsociable, bad-tempered, even as a result. But new research, out in both Europe and the USA, suggests that the opposite may be true. Indeed, playing some of the more complicated games may help people of all ages to improve certain skills. Researchers claim that this is because the games make the work harder in certain ways, like noticing sounds and quickly and identifying what they are. The fact that people play the games repeatedly means that they get a lot of practice in these skills which are therefore likely to become highly developed. Social skills may , too. Researchers in Chicago think that fans of first-person shooter games such as "Counterstrike" are better than non-players when it comes to building trust and and that this helps them to make good friendships and become strong members of their communities. So rather than giving up computer games, perhaps young people need to spend more time on them? 

Read the passage.

Not so long ago almost any student who successfully completed a university degree or diploma course could find a good career quite easily. Companies toured the academic institutions, competing with each other to recruit graduates. However, those days are gone, even in Hong Kong, and nowadays graduates often face strong competition in the search for jobs.

Most careers organizations highlight three stages for graduates to follow in the process of securing a suitable career: recognizing abilities, matching these to available vacancies and presenting them well to prospective employers.

Job seekers have to make a careful assessment of their own abilities. One area of assessment should be of their academic qualifications, which would include special skills within their subject area. Graduates should also consider their own personal values and attitudes, or the relative importance to themselves of such matters as money, security, leadership and caring for others. An honest assessment of personal interests and abilities such as creative or scientific skills, or skills acquired from work experience, should also be given careful thought.

The second stage is to study the opportunities available for employment and to think about how the general employment situation is likely to develop in the future. To do this, graduates can study job vacancies in newspapers or they can visit a careers office, write to possible employers for information or contact friends or relatives who may already be involved in a particular profession. After studying all the various options, they should be in a position to make informed comparisons between various careers.

Good personal presentation is essential in the search for a good career. Job application forms must, of course, be filled in carefully and correctly, without grammar or spelling errors. Where additional information is asked for, job seekers should describe their abilities and work experience in more depth, with examples if possible. They should try to balance their own abilities with the employer's needs, explain why they are interested in a career with the particular company and try to show that they already know something about the company and its activities.

When graduates are asked to attend for interview, they should prepare properly by finding out all they can about the prospective employer. Dressing suitably and arriving for the interview on time are also obviously important. Interviewees should try to give positive and helpful answers and should not be afraid to ask questions about anything they are unsure about. This is much better than pretending to understand a question and giving an unsuitable answer.

There will always be good career opportunities for people with ability, skills and determination; the secret to securing a good job is to be one of them.

Now use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER to answer each question.

1. Who might have difficulty seeking jobs nowadays?

2. How many steps should job seekers follow to choose a suitable job?

3. What do graduates have to make to recognize their abilities, values, attitudes and interests?

4. What can graduates find in newspapers before applying for a job?

5. What do job seekers have to fill in carefully and correctly?

6. Who should interviewees find out about as much as possible before the interview?

Rewrite the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one.

If Stella doesn't start practicing, she won't play in the match. => Unless Stella ..........

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

He can't drive because he is very young. => He is not ............

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

The room is very small. It is quite comfortable. (although)

Write the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

Learning English is not as difficult as learning Chinese. (MORE)

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

The girl is very friendly. She lived next door to us. => The girl who .......

Rewrite the sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the original one.

Nam started playing football four years ago. => Nam has ............