Đề thi thử số 23 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

9/16/2020 8:16:00 AM

Đề thi thử số môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo mẫu đề thi của trường THCS Ngoại ngữ - ĐH Ngoại ngữ - ĐHQG Hà Nội. Tất cả các câu đều có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

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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someone who has won an important competition, especially in sport. champion

1. : a public statement that gives people information about something

2. : someone who uses their strength or status to threaten or frighten people

3. : not natural or real, but made by people

4. : to send a product to another country so that it can be sold there

5. : a type of animal such as a snake or lizard that lays eggs, and whose body is covered in scales

6. : to show publicly that you oppose something

We have learned English _____ nearly three years.

  • since
  • for
  • in
  • in

Hana and Jenifer are talking about a book they have just read.

- Hana: "The book is really interesting and educational."

- Jenifer: "_____"

  • Don’t mention it.
  • That’s nice of you to say so.
  • I’d love it.
  • I couldn’t agree more.

Tony has lots of homework to do _____ school this evening, so he can't go _____.

  • after/out
  • at/in
  • during/out
  • in/outside

Ho Chi Minh City was _____ President Ho Chi Minh in 1976.

  • given up
  • looked up
  • named after
  • looked after

Be quick! I think there are only _____ seats left.

  • a lot of
  • many
  • a little
  • a few
You can't expect _____ a foreign language in a few months.
  • mastering
  • to master
  • master
  • to mastering
The child _____ parents both died is called an orphan.
  • which
  • who
  • that
  • whose
It is considered women are suited for _____ childbearing and homemaking rather than social activities.
  • a
  • an
  • the
_____ by your father?
  • Did that book write
  • Did that book written
  • Was that book written
  • Was that book be writing

She sings _____ among the singers I have known.

  • beautiful
  • the most beautiful
  • the most beautifully
  • more beautifully

Complete the conversation between two friends. What does Jenny say to Marco? Write a letter (A - J) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. I know. I read somewhere that she hasn't started writing it yet.

B. It's a book I'm reading at the moment.

C. What about going to see it together?

D. Me too! I can't wait to read the next one.

E. I got it last Saturday.

F. Friday is best because I don't have any homework.

G. I prefer watching films to reading books.

H. Not yet. I've been quite busy.

I. I've been busy these days so I'm afraid that I don't have time.

J. I think it must be J.K. Rowling.

Marco: Who's your favourite writer, Jenny?


Marco: Oh, yes. I love all her Harry Potter books.


Marco: You'll have to wait for a while, I think.


Marco: Have you seen the latest Harry Potter film?


Marco: My brother says it's even better than the others.


Marco: That's a good idea. When are you free?


Marco: That's great. See you then. 

Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.

freedom| assistance| concentrate| compete| definition| supervision

Free-diving: the big blue

The of free-diving is any underwater activity which people do by holding their breath for a long time. People to dive down as far as possible on one single breath, without the of air tanks.

Many divers say the experience of free-diving gives them a feeling of while they are underwater. Also, many of the sport's followers regularly use yoga to help them and hold their breath for longer so they can dive to a much greater depth than normal.

Before you decide to try free-diving, you must go through a lot of training first under the of a professional.

This is because it can be a very dangerous sport if it’s not be done properly.

Read the passage.

Forecasts that Save Lives

Being able to forecast the weather isn't just to do with informing people about whether or not they can go to the beach or have a picnic. When there are going to be severe weather conditions, the ability to prepare for them can be a matter of life or death. In America, being able to see approaching hurricanes with satellite technology and warning citizens about them is something that saves lives.

Hurricanes are very severe tropical storms which exist in several different parts of the world. They can be found in the southern Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico or in the eastern Pacific Ocean. In the western Pacific, they are called "typhoons" and in the Indian Ocean they are called "cyclones". A hurricane needs certain weather conditions to start forming: warm tropical oceans with moisture and heat above them. If these conditions last long enough, then a hurricane can start to form, producing violent winds, incredible waves, very heavy rain, and floods.

Hurricanes spin in an anticlockwise direction and they have winds of at least 120 kilometres per hour. The center of the hurricane is very calm and it is called the eye, but the most violent activity takes place in the area immediately around the eye which is called the eyewall. In the Atlantic Ocean, there are approximately six hurricanes every year and about two of these hit the coast of the USA.

When hurricanes move onto the land from the sea, the heavy rain, strong winds and huge waves can cause unbelievable damage to buildings and trees, and cars can be picked up and thrown like matchboxes. The greatest danger, however, is sea level rise as it hits the land. This is called the "storm surge" and can be catastrophic. In the year 1900 in the south of the USA, the storm surge killed 6,000 people.

To measure the hurricane's power, meteorologists use something called the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. This means that a hurricane coming towards the Iand is given a number from 1 to 5 depending on how fast its winds are. The calmest hurricane is given the number 1 on the scale. It is called "minimal" and it has winds from 119-153 kilometers per hour. Some damage will be caused to trees and bushes and some road signs, but buildings are safe. A scale 5 hurricane is called "catastrophic" and has winds of 249 kilometers per hour or more. This will destroy the roofs of homes and most buildings and cause severe damage to doors and windows, while all trees, bushes and road signs will be blown down.

As technology has developed and we can now forecast the weather, it has meant that the advance warnings given have greatly reduced the number of deaths caused by hurricanes. However, the damage to property, which cannot be avoided, still costs billions of dollars to repair.

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

1. How can the American see upcoming hurricanes?

2. What are the two other names of hurricanes mentioned in the passage?

3. Which is the least active part of a hurricane?

4. What is the most dangerous when a hurricane moves onto the land?

5. What does Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale measure?

6. What do people have to spend much money on its repair cost?

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

Mary’s sister doesn’t cook as well as her mother. => Mary’s mother is better..... 

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

"Don't make too much noise, children!" he said. => He told ............

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

We arrived too late to see the first film. => We didn't ……

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

"Why don't you clear up the garbage before leaving, Linh?" said Mai.

=> Mai suggested that .....

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

The students really appreciate the teacher’s sense of humor. 

=> What ..........

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

She feels unhealthy because she doesn’t sleep enough. => If ......