Đề thi thử số 30 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

12/31/2020 4:15:00 PM

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

achieve tornado relevant consider application
permanent counselor accordance
accommodation
whisper


Example: counselor
: a person who gives advice

1. : a formal request to do something or have something, for example, a job

2. : to succeed in doing or having something

3. : closely connected with the subject you are discussing or the situation you are in

4. : lasting for a long time or for ever

5. : to speak very quietly to someone, so that other people cannot hear you

6. : a place to live, work, stay, etc. in

While she _____ the documents, she _____ several few French words.

  • was translating / learnt
  • translated / is learning
  • is translated / has learned
  • translates / was learning

Jack and Lala are talking about hiking in the mountain.

- Jack: "I think we should set off early."

- Lala: "____. Then, we can have more time in the mountain."

  • I don't think so
  • I can't agree with you more
  • Sorry, I missed your point
  • You must be kidding

As I can earn money by myself, I am independent _____ my parents financially.

  • on
  • of
  • upon
  • from
There isn't _____ peace in the world right now.
  • much
  • many
  • few
  • some

The other candidates challenged the prime minister _____ an election.

  • calling
  • to call
  • call
  • be called

If we reduce the speed of population growth, there ____ less pressure on the earth.

  • are
  • were
  • would be
  • will be

Many graffiti _____ without the permission of the owner of the wall.

  • are writing
  • are written
  • is writing
  • is written

Have you ever visited _____ United Kingdom?

  • a
  • an
  • the
  • Ø

This laptop is much more user-friendly, but it costs _____ the other one.

  • as many as
  • so much as
  • twice as many
  • twice as much as

I'm sorry, but I've got ____ much work to do to come to the beach today.

  • so
  • such
  • enough
  • too

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

A. So we can chat before the film? Is an hour enough?

B. That’s a good idea. See you at 8 o’clock?

C. Doesn’t she usually work at that time?

D. There’s a book I need to read for college, but nothing else.

E. Yeah, I’d like that. Any ideas?

F. I don’t think we are.

G. Sure. My sister’s probably free.

H. OK. I’ll bring some snacks and drinks.

I. No, nothing special.

J. I don't think so. There are just you and me and that's enough.

Zoe: Hi Sofia. Have you got any plans for the weekend?

Sofia:

Zoe: Oh. Well, shall we do something together?

Sofia:

Zoe:  Why don’t you come to my house to watch a film on Saturday evening?

Sofia:

Zoe: Thanks. Shall we ask some other people too?

Sofia:

Zoe: And I think Ada might be able to come too. I’ll ask her.

Sofia:

Zoe: Why don’t you come earlier than that?

Sofia:

Zoe: I’m sure it will be! See you on Saturday then. 

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

recreation   |   fascinating   |   occupation   |   immense   |   advanced   |   opportunity


We get great pleasure from reading. The more a man is, the greater delight he will find in reading. The ordinary man may think that subjects like philosophy or science are very difficult and that if philosophers and scientists read these subjects, it is not for pleasure. But this is not true. The mathematician finds the same pleasure in his mathematics as the schoolboy in an adventure story. For both, it is a play of the imagination, mental , and exercise.

The pleasure derived from this activity is common to all kinds of reading. But different types of books give us different types of pleasure. First in order of popularity is novel-reading. Novels contain pictures of people and situations and give us an of escaping into a new world very much like our world and yet different from it. Here we seem to live a new life, and the experience of this new life gives us a thrill of pleasure.

Next in order of popularity are travel books, biographies and memoirs. These tell us tales of places we have not seen and of great men in whom we are interested. Some of these books are as wonderful as novels, and they have an added value that they are true. Such books give us knowledge, and we also find immense pleasure in knowing details of lands we have not seen and of great men we have only heard of.

Reading is one of the greatest enjoyments of life. To book-lovers, nothing is more than a favorite book. And, the ordinary educated man who is interested and absorbed in his daily wants to occasionally escape from his drudgery into the wonderland of books for recreation and refreshment.

(Source: http://www.importantindia.com)

Read the passage. 

Where is the world's biggest collection of garbage? In the United States? In China? No. It's in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. In the Pacific Ocean, there's an area called the Northern Pacific Gyre. Here ocean currents come together and move in a large circle. In this circular movement, the currents collect garbage - lots and lots of garbage. People call it the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. And 90 percent of this garbage is plastic.

Where did all this garbage come from? Did boats come and throw it here on purpose? No. Eighty percent of it comes from land. Garbage floats down rivers and streams and into the ocean. It comes from every country whose shoreline touches the Pacific. Plastic bags are carried out to sea with the wind. Then the ocean currents carry all of this garbage to the great garbage patch. Actually, there are two patches, an eastern patch and a western patch.

A sailor named Charles Moore discovered the patches in 1997, when sailing near Hawaii. He suddenly found himself traveling day after day through waters filled with garbage, most of it plastic. At that time, he calculated that there were more than 3 million tons of plastic floating in the water. At one point he found the patch was 100 feet deep. In 2005, Moore estimated the size of the two patches together as 10 million square miles, an area the size of Africa.

All of this garbage is hurting the environment. Plastics attract poisons like DDT and PCBs that are already in the water. This is a serious danger to all kinds of marine life. Fish and seabirds often think little pieces of plastic are a kind of food and they eat it. Scientists now often find plastic in the stomachs of dead fish and birds. Plastic kills more than one million seabirds every year.

Most plastic is not biodegradable. That means it does not go away. Almost all the plastic produced in the world in the last 60 years is still in the environment. Scientists say that cleaning up the garbage patches is impossible. The only thing that will help the situation at all is better control of waste on land. We need to reduce the amount of plastic we produce and use. We must control the amount of wastewater that goes into the ocean. We also have to keep beaches, in fact the whole shoreline, clean.

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

1. Where is the world’s largest collection of garbage?

2. What delivers garbage to the garbage patch?

3. What was the amount of plastic garbage that was estimated in 1997?

4. Whose size is compared to the size of the patches in 2005?

5. What are the dangerous substances that can be found in the patches?

6. Scientists believe that it’s to clean up the plastic in the patches.

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

“Why don’t we go somewhere for a change?” said Mary.

=> Mary suggested ...........

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

It's a pity they are travelling on uncomfortable buses.

=> They wish they ..........

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

He doesn't have free time, so he doesn't visit his friends.

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

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

“I am going to spend my summer vacation in the countryside,” Peter said to me.

=> Peter told me that ............

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

He misbehaved in the class so the teacher asked him to go out. 

=> Because he ..............

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

This is the first time I have ever eaten with knives and forks.

=> I have .............