Đề số 21 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

8/18/2020 5:51:00 PM

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

ambition quality rude counselor consequence
sincere defend eventually quantity definite


Example:
not polite; offensive or embarrassing. rude

1. : at the end of a period of time or a series of events

2. : to say things to support someone or something

3. : the amount or number of something, especially that can be measured

4. : a person whose job is to provide advice, help, or encouragement

5. : fixed, certain, or clear

6. : something that you want to do or achieve very much

Christopher Columbus _____ America more than 500 years ago.
  • discovered
  • has discovered
  • had discovered
  • discovers

John invites Susan to go to the cinema with him.

John: “Do you feel like going to the cinema this evening?”

Susan: “_____.”

  • I’m afraid that I don’t agree
  • Sorry, I can’t. I’m busy
  • You’re welcome
  • Thanks for your compliment
She likes reading books and magazines _____ the library.
  • on
  • at
  • from
  • in
Good dictionaries aren't cheap. How much did you _____ on your new one?
  • spend
  • buy
  • charge
  • pay
Could you stand _____ for me and teach my English class tomorrow morning, John?
  • up
  • down
  • out
  • in
Please hurry. We've only got _____ minutes before the film starts.
  • a few
  • a little
  • many
  • much
Joe has stopped _____ football. He thinks he’s too old.
  • play
  • playing
  • played
  • to play
Last month, Mr. Donald Trump, _____ is the president of the US, visited Vietnam and had a wonderful time in this country.
  • that
  • who
  • whose
  • which
Of all the world's major oceans, _____ Arctic Ocean is _____ shallowest.
  • the - the
  • an - the
  • Ø - the
  • a - the

Mary: "I'm sorry that I bought this little bookshelf."

Linda: "Yes, it is _____ many books".

  • very small to hold
  • too small to hold
  • small enough to hold
  • so small to hold

Richard is telling his friend Sarah about where his class went today, What did Richard say? 

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. We had Maths and English.

B. Yes, I did. I took lots of great photos.

C. Yes, I do. It's excellent!

D. We went to the Old School Museum.

E. Yes, we ate our sandwiches in the old playground and then played on the old swings.

F. No, it was my first time.

G. We got to the museum at ten o'clock.

H. No, there weren't! There was only my teacher, Mrs. Page, and she's not old! 

I. We saw an old classroom with old desks and old books.

J. I couldn't see it anymore.

Sarah: Hi Richard, where did you go with your class today?

Richard:

Sarah: Have you been there before? 

Richard:

Sarah: What did you see? 

Richard:

Sarah: Wow, that sounds interesting. Did you have a picnic?

Richard:

Sarah: Were there any old teachers there? 

Richard:

Sarah: Did you take your camera?

Richard:

Read the passage. Choose a word from the box.

plankton | broken | dangers | melts | organization | modern


The word ‘iceberg’ probably comes from the Norwegian word ‘isberg’, which means ‘ice mountain’. Every year about 10,000 - 15,000 icebergs form around the world. Although ships know where icebergs are now, in the past icebergs were one of the biggest in the sea. The famous Titanic was sinking when it hit an iceberg in 1912 and many people died. Because of this accident, thirteen countries formed the International Ice Patrol in 1914. This gave information to ships about icebergs ever since.

Biologists have studied icebergs for a long time to find out how they change sea life. When an iceberg , nutrients go into the sea. Recently, scientists have shown that the water near the iceberg is full of , fish and other sea life.

Scientists noticed the way icebergs fall to pieces when they are in warmer waters. One of the biggest icebergs was off from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica in 2000. It was 295 km long and 37 km wide!

Read the passage. 

Social Networking Sites: Are They Changing Human Communication?

It is hardly news that people are using the Internet for communicating with others more and more. Internet use comes in various forms, from email to IMs to social networking sites, like Facebook, MySpace, or Bebo. Some people fear that someday we will no longer feel the need to talk to one another face-to-face. However, some recent studies suggest that people communicate, or stay in touch, even more than they used to. Whichever side you fall on, what is clear is that human communication has changed in the 21st century. But results of recent scientific studies may have us reconsider just how much our new communication forms have changed our world.

In June 2008 a British psychiatrist, Himanshu Tyagi, warned that communicating on social networking sites could have a negative effect on the generation of people born after 1990. This generation has never known a world without the Internet. Tyagi says that these people use the Internet to communicate with others so much that they may have trouble forming real relationships. Tyagi is concerned that people can start and end relationships over the Internet. As he described the Internet, “It’s a world where everything moves fast and changes all the time, where relationships are quickly disposed of at the click of a mouse."

Another psychologist, Aric Sigman, warned of physical effects of using social networking sites. He suggests that the decrease in the amount of time we spend interacting with people face-to-face could have biological effects on the human body. The results of his study suggest that, without real personal interaction, the body does not react the same way it would if people were meeting face-to-face. As a result, immune responses, even hormone levels can be changed. These changes can possibly lead to the development of illnesses, such as cancer.

Finally, another British scientist, Susan Greenfield, warned members of the British government that social networking sites could actually be changing the human mind, making it more childlike. She fears that attention spans have been getting shorter because of so much time spent in front of screens where everything is immediate. Since everything, including responses, is immediate on social networking sites, in actual life people may expect an immediate response; when this doesn’t happen, their behavior can be described as almost childlike.

Despite all of these warnings, studies can be found that demonstrate the positive aspects of social networking sites. The results of one study show that using social networking sites has boosted the self-esteem of young adults. Another suggests that college students using these sites feel more “connected" with people when they use them. In addition to scientific studies, there are many who feel that the benefits of social networking sites far outweigh the possible negative aspects. Many people, especially those who spend a lot of time at home, for various reasons, find the Internet helpful. They are able to communicate with many people using these sites.

Perhaps the key to this new communication style is moderation. If someone spends all of his time on the Internet, and never actually sees friends face-to-face, that seems like an unhealthy way to live. Being within reasonable limits is the key to keeping communication alive and well in the 21st century.

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

1. What are people using more and more to communicate with others?

2. Which problem may happen to those born after 1990?

3. Who believes that lacking real interaction may lead to biological changes in the body?  

4. What could make the human mind more childlike?

5. Who can improve their self-esteem thanks to using social media according to a study?

6. How do people who regularly stay home think about the Internet?

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

"Let's hang posters about the danger of COVID-19 in public places."

=> I suggest ...........

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

Jane is the tallest girl in her class.

=> Nobody ..........

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

Try hard and you can pass the examination. 

=> If ...........

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

That house is too expensive for me to buy. 

=> It is such ...........

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

Since the invention of the computer, people have saved a lot of time.

=> Since the computer was ...........

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

My parents always said I should go to university. (ENCOURAGED)

=> My parents .......... to university.