Đề số 15 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

6/21/2020 11:32:00 AM

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

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Example: opinions or feelings that you show by your behavior. attitude

1. : a violent storm with very strong winds

2. : to say that something is true, even though there is no definite proof

3. : the state of being better than before, or the process of making something better than it was before

4. : belief and confidence in your own ability and value

5. : an amount of money that someone receives regularly when they no longer work because of their age or because they are ill

6. : done by itself, without human control

The man had a parrot on his shoulder, the woman had a bird on ____.

  • her
  • hers
  • she
  • her's
Billy has been seriously ill, and he was taken to _____ hospital yesterday.
  • a
  • an
  • the
This is the town in ______ I was born and grew up.
  • which
  • where
  • that
  • when

Kevin is tired now because he _____ up late last night.

  • got
  • looked
  • stayed
  • went

Choose the correct answer.

He drives as_______ his father does.

  • careful as
  • more carefully
  • the most careful
  • carefully as

Why are you wearing slippers? You ____ wear trainers for PE lessons!

  • have to
  • can
  • could
  • must

He _________ with his friends in an apartment in Ho Chi Minh City since he_________.

  • is living/ came
  • has lived/ came
  • lived/ came
  • lives/ comes

I live _____ with my family.

  • in the country
  • in country
  • at the country
  • from the country

Choose the correct answer.

At the end of the film, the young prince _______ in love with a reporter.

  • felt
  • made
  • fell
  • got

How _____ Lan and Hoa go to school? - By bus.

  • are
  • do
  • does
  • is

Alex is talking to her mum about going out. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-J) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. By bus, I think. That's quickest.

B. Yes. Call her now.

C. Yes, I would. What a great ideal.

D. Because we walked all the way!

E. No, not until after lunch.

F. Just put all your swimming things in your sports bag.

G. Come on! Let's do that now.

H. It's over the bridge near the station.

I. No, thanks. 

J. I'm afraid that I can't.

Alex: There's a new swimming pool in the city. Would you like to go?


Alex: When can we go? This morning?


Alex: Where is the swimming pool?


Alex: How are we going to get there, Mum?


Alex: What shall I take with me?


Alex: Can I bring my friend, Jane? She loves swimming, too.


Complete the passage with the words given.

presents | busiest | tickets | industry | celebrate | leisure

In 1914, American President and Congress agreed that the 2nd Monday in May should be observed as Mother's Day. On this occasion, the mother usually receives greeting cards and gifts from her husband and children. Children give their mother flowers, and cards to show their love to her. The best gift of all for an American Mom is a day of . Most American mothers have outside jobs as well as housework, so their working days are often very hard. Today, millions of Americans Mother's day in some ways. More than 1500 million Mother's Day greeting cards are bought every year. It is also one of the days of the year for the flower . Americans spend millions of dollars buying Mother's Day gifts. Clothes, perfumes, jewelry and books or to the theater are given to mothers. People who cannot be with their mothers on that day usually send them presents and call them on the phone.

Read the passage. 

The Vampires Return

They’re young, disobedient, and they have a taste for blood. This description fits not only the characters in modern vampire novels but also many of the readers. Some teenagers love vampire stories so much, it’s almost an addiction. But what is their appeal? Is it the plot of the characters? And why are they so popular with teenagers in particular (apart from the blood)?

The modern fashion for vampire stories probably started in 1976, with the publication of Interview with the Vampire, a novel by the American writer Anne Rice. This novel and its sequels are known as The Vampire Chronicles and about 80 million copies have been sold around the world. They are different from earlier vampire stories in one important way: some of the vampires are likable characters. For example, the main character, Louis, needs to drink blood to survive, but he hates harming people. There are two different sides to his personality and many teenagers can identify with this. When the stories were made into a film, the part of Louis was played by Brad Pitt.

The most successful vampire books of the last ten years are the four novels in the Twilight series. Stephanie Meyer wrote these four books namely Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn in order. The books are about the relationship between the female lead, Bella Swan, and a young, sensitive vampire called Edward Cullen. The first novel, Twilight, was written in 2003. When the author finished the final chapter, she wrote an epilogue … and then another, and then another. She realized she had enough ideas for more novels. That is why she wrote the sequels – and millions of teenagers around the world are glad that she did! They love the mix of fantasy, horror and romance. The novels have been made into successful films too. The film adaptations of the first three books were released in 2008, 2009, and 2010 respectively. The fourth book was adapted into two full-length films - the first film being released in November 2011, and the second film in November 2012.

Although Twilight is a 21st-century sensation, in fact, the popularity of vampire stories is nothing new. In 1897, the Irish writer Bram Stoker wrote a novel called Dracula. Twenty-five years later, the film director Max Schreck made the first vampire film, Nosferatu. The film is an unauthorized and unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel that his family took legal action against the film studio – and won. The film studio had to destroy the film, but fortunately a few secret copies survived and in the 1990s, the film was seen again for the first time in seventy years. Like a true vampire, Nosferatu came back from the dead!  And a lot of the familiar imagery of vampires which teenagers love – pale skin, black hair, red lips – dates back to the original novel and film. 

Horror stories are particularly popular with teenagers, and that is partly the appeal of vampire novels. But teenagers also enjoy the important themes: the fight between good and evil, or the difference between what you want to do and what you should do. For example, in the Twilight books, can Edward show his love for Bella and look after her, or will the ‘vampire side’ of his personality win? These issues are interesting for teenagers, who are just starting to face life’s big questions about love, morality, good and evil. For teenagers in the real world, most problems aren’t a matter of life and death, but they often feel like it.

(Adapted from Close-up B1 pre-intermediate student’s book)

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

1. When has the first modern vampire story been published?

2. Which actor played the vampire with a good personality in the film based on Anne Rice's novel?

3. How many novels in the series written by Stephanie Meyer?

4. What is the name of the novel adapted into film in 2009 in the Twilight series?

5. When was the first vampire film released?

6. Which film was sued for copyright issues?

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

‘Do you like the film?’ asked Melanie. => Melanie asked us .........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

Is a swimming pool being built at our school? => Are we .........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

She last visited her hometown six years ago.  => She hasn't .........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

Sally is the cleverest student in the class.  => Nobody in the class .........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

We have never tasted fish and chips before.

=> It's the first time ______


Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

You may get hungry on the train, so take some sandwiches. => In case .........