Đề số 4 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

6/4/2020 8:33:00 AM

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

license identify sensitive dependable profit
balanced grocery stable expansion confession

Example: An official document that gives you permission to own, do, or use something. license

1. : a store that sells food and small things for your home. 

2. : easily upset or embarrassed by the things people say or do

3. : money that a business earns above what it costs to produce and sell goods and services

4. : to recognize someone or something and say or prove who or what that person or thing is

5. : deserving of trust or confidence

6. : considering all sides or opinions equally

Harry _____ adventure holidays to relaxing ones.

  • prefers
  • would rather
  • had better
  • would prefer

She would be here by now _____ there's a traffic jam.

  • unless
  • in case
  • as long as
  • as soon as

Everybody was here yesterday, _____?

  • wasn’t anybody
  • wasn’t nobody
  • weren’t they
  • weren’t he and she

Choose the most suitable response to each of the following questions

- Janet: "My parents got divorced when I was 5."

- Jean: "____"

  • They shouldn't do that.
  • How did it happen?
  • You must have been shocked.
  • Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.

Bill seems unhappy because he doesn't get _____ his classmates.

  • up to
  • on for
  • on with
  • in with

According to the Red Cross, 1998 had been _____ worst year for natural disasters in modern times.

  • a
  • an
  • the

The environmentalists suggested ______ more trees to improve the city's landscape and the environment as well.

  • to plant
  • planted
  • planting
  • plant

My friends practiced very hard; ______, they won the championship.

  • since
  • although
  • however
  • therefore

Professor Luke, to whom he apologized _____ not paying attention in class, is my teacher.

  • to
  • for
  • about
  • with

You smell awful! It’s about time you _____ a bath.

  • have
  • will have
  • had
  • to have

Dave is talking to his friend Gary about going to the cinema. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. Sure, I'll do that tonight.

B. Great! I like them. What film shall we see?

C. Saturday afternoon - I've got a football practice on Sunday.

D. Yeah, OK. Who are you going with?

E. Anything except romance! What about you?

F. What time does that film start?

G. Well, what about that new thriller? I heard it's really exciting.

H. Are they friends of yours?

I. I think I'll stay at home.

J. Just ignore her.

Dave: Hi, Gary. Do you want to go to the cinema this weekend?


Dave: Just Tim and Elle.


Dave: I'm not sure. What sort of thing do you like?


Dave: I like science fiction, but I know Elle hates it.


Dave: Good idea. What time is best for you?


Dave: Fine, I'll tell Tim and Elle. Will you check the film times?


Dave: Thanks. I'll speak to you later, Gary. Bye.

Choose the correct word from the box and fill in the blank.

attracting| illegal| confusing| attacks| creatures| negative

Many tourists go to places like Florida, Hawaii and the Bahamas to dive with sharks. Of all the in the sea, they are the most interesting to some people. sharks by feeding them used to be common. However, in 2002, there were a large number of shark on humans. Many people felt horror at these attacks, and they gave sharks a very image. Feeding sharks was in Florida and other places. Nonetheless, the idea that sharks kill a lot of people is . Each year snakes kill more people and dogs attack more people than sharks do. Most shark attacks are just one quick bite. The shark rarely tries to eat the person. Researchers think that humans with other types of animals they usually eat, such as seals and fish. The shark will realize that it has made a mistake and leave.

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

Read the passage and use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER to answer each question.

In defense of advertising

How often do we hear comments such as these: “ I hate advertising,” or “There’s too much advertising in the world!” In the 21st century, it seems that advertising is everywhere we look. We see it along highways, in trains, buses, even in taxicabs, as well as on the Internet and on TV. It’s hard to escape advertising. But do we really want to? Actually, when you think about it, advertising provides us with quite a few benefits.

First, advertising gives us the information that we need. For instance, if you want to buy a new appliance or a new car, you can look for the best “deals" in ads that appear in newspapers, in magazines, on television, or even on the radio. These ads give you details about the product and help you find out where you can get the best price for something. You don’t actually have to go to lots of different stores. So, in this way, advertising provides a service for the consumer.

Besides providing information, advertising also supports the arts, including television and movies. It may be annoying to sit through commercials during your favorite TV show, but the advertisers have paid for its production. This, in turn, pays the actors for their work. Even public broadcasting has supporters. The companies’ names appear at the beginning or end of the shows. Without their support, there would be more hours of pledge drives asking you, the consumer, for more money. As for movies, we find out about them through ads, and we decide which ones we want to see based on ads for them. Additionally, many performing artists, such as actors and musicians, get their start from writing or appearing in commercials or print advertisements. It’s a way for them to get both experience and exposure.

And what about advertising and sports? There are hundreds of large banners surrounding sports stadiums, and hundreds, thousands, even millions of people notice them. Professional sports depend on advertising to pay for the fields, the equipment, and yes, even the salaries of professional athletes. Think about the Super Bowl in the United States. Everyone looks forward to this annual event, even those who do not like football, because the commercials are known to be the best of the year. Companies pay as much as a million dollars for 60 seconds of advertising time during this event, so a lot of effort goes into these commercials. As a result, viewers want to watch the commercials almost as much as sports.

When we’re not out shopping or being entertained, many of us enjoy “surfing” the Web. Whenever you open a page in Google or go on a social networking site, such as Facebook, there are dozens of ads. These ads help pay for the services that the websites provide. Without advertising, the websites could not provide those services. They would not have the money to continue.

There has always been a “good” side to advertising in the form of public service announcements (PSAs). These are advertisements that provide people with information about issues like diseases or medical problems, as well as public health and safety. The commercials are often very creative and informative. They provide viewers with the information they need in a memorable way. Various companies pay for the PSAs, and advertising agencies make donations of their time and expertise to produce them.

It would be a much duller, certainly less colorful world without advertising. Think of all of the ways that advertising improves our world. The next time you look at that clothing catalog, think of all of the creativity and work that went into making it. From clothing designers, photographers, models, and artists, to paper company workers and store employees - thousands of people worked to help produce that catalog. And when you watch your favorite TV show, remember that the commercials were partly responsible for what you’ve just watched and enjoyed. We may wish that commercials and advertisements weren’t necessary at all, but, for the most part, we are all content to have them as part of our lives.

1. What can we see everywhere in the 21st century?

2. What does advertising provide consumers?

3. What do artists get from appearing in advertisements?

4. How often is Super Bowl held?

5. How are commercials in the form of PSAs?

6. What would the world be without advertising?

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

We haven't seen one another for a long time.

=> We stopped .........

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

I would love to be rich and famous. => If only .........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

I prefer reading books at home to hanging out on weekends.

=> I'd ..........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

I don’t feel as tired after a train journey as I do after a car journey.

=> I feel more ..........

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

Since Mary was careless, she lost her job. => Because of .........

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

It is not a habit of mine to sleep in the afternoon. => I'm ..........