Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 trường Hà Nội-Amsterdam số 5

7/15/2020 4:17:00 PM

Đề thi thử môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo mẫu đề tuyển sinh vào lớp 6 của trường Hà Nội Amsterdam (theo cấu trúc đề được mô tả bởi HS dự thi năm trước).

For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER.

You will hear a girl asking about things to do in a town called Hadley.

Hadley

0. Castle built in: 13th century

1. Swimming pool in:

2. Name of this week's film: The Tale of

3. Cinema tickets on weekdays cost: £

4. Skatepark: opposite the

5. Post Office closes at:

You will hear a boy called Jim and his sister Liz talking about housework.

Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.

1. Jim helps more now with the housework than he did in the past.

2. Liz and Jim agree that their father should do more housework.

3. Liz thinks her mother spends too much time ironing.

4. Liz feels that dishwashers save a lot of time.

5. They both dislike cleaning the fridge.

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • nervous

  • scout

  • household

  • mouse

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

  • cell
  • center
  • cube
  • ceiling

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

  • boot
  • root
  • shoot
  • foot

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • begin
  • refuse
  • answer
  • complain

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • disappoint
  • festival
  • primary
  • decorate

Jenny refused to explain the reason _____ her absence from class last week.

  • why
  • about
  • for
  • of

People can _____ themselves from COVID - 19 with everyday preventive actions, like avoiding close contact with people who are sick and washing your hands often.

  • avoid
  • guard
  • protect
  • assure

Please don’t put much salt in the soup. Just _____.

  • few
  • a few
  • a little
  • little

_____ feeling unwell, she went to school.

  • In spite of
  • Because of
  • Since
  • Although

Foreign tourists should not enter some places of _____.

  • situation
  • trip
  • worship
  • atmosphere

The police are looking for the man _____ car was found in the jungle last night.

  • whose
  • whom
  • who
  • his

The boys promised to _____ the condition of the house from time to time.

  • check after
  • check into
  • check in for
  • check in on

"No, you are not allowed _____ out tonight, Mike," the father said angrily.

  • to go
  • going
  • to going
  • go

I live in a(n) _____ city that has over five million people living in it.

  • enormous
  • physical
  • social
  • kind

I think your health will not improve _____ you give up smoking.

  • if
  • when
  • unless
  • until

- "______"

- "Oh, it’s great!"

  • How is music of the film like?
  • Would you like the music of the film?
  • What do you like the music of the film?
  • What do you think of the music of the film?

I met _____ man at the conference.

  • a tall American interesting
  • an interesting tall American
  • so tall an American interesting
  • an American tall interesting

It’s possible to get a speeding ticket if you _____ the speed limit.

  • pass
  • overcome
  • extend
  • exceed

I don’t like using the internet because it has some _____.

  • benefits
  • limitations
  • advantages
  • conveniences

Evaporation is _____.

  • clouds that begin to melt
  • water that turns into clouds
  • when the energy from the Sun turns water into water vapor
  • water that falls from the sky and collects in rivers, lakes, and oceans

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I am absolutely convinced that life is pleasure and easy.

  • absolutely
  • convinced
  • pleasure
  • easy

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The film was so bored that all the audience had gone home before it ended.

  • so
  • bored
  • all the audience
  • had gone

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

She spends her free time to visit galleries and museums.

  • spends
  • free time
  • to visit
  • and

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

She left the room with not saying a word.

  • left
  • with not
  • saying
  • a

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Neither of the girls have turned in the term papers to the instructor yet.

  • girls
  • have
  • to
  • the

Read the following passage and decide which option best fits each space. 

Wales has a population of about three million. English is the main language and only twenty percent speak both Welsh and English. Every year, in August there is a Welsh-speaking festival. It place in a different town each year so everyone has a chance for it to be near them. Local people spend years making plans for when the festival will be in their town. Each festival is by about 160.000 people. They travel not only from nearby towns and villages but also from the rest of the British lsles and even from abroad. There are concerts, plays and to find the best singers, poets, writers and so . Shops sell Welsh music, books, pictures and clothes as as food and drink. The festival provides a chance for Welsh-speaking people to be together for a whole week, with the Welsh language all around them.

Complete the passage with the words given.

stolen | importance | crimes | crowd | hijacked | people | group | precautions | complained | advised


CRIME PREVENTION

You can make life more difficult for thieves by carrying your wallet in an inside pocket instead of a back pocket. But make sure that you still have it if someone bumps into you in a . Most pickpockets are very skillful. Never let your handbag out of your sight. On public transport, take hold of it. You are also to take travelers’ checks rather than cash when you go abroad, and to use cash dispenses which are on main streets, or are well lit at night.

A quarter of all are car thefts or things from cars, like radio, and cassette players. If your car is , you may not get it back. One in four are never found, and even if it is, it may be badly damaged. Always lock all doors and windows and think about fitting a car alarm too. If you are buying a new radio cassette player, it is important to choose one that is security-code or removable by the drive. These will help to put off thieves.

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

Danger at the end of the Earth

This is Nunavik - a beautiful landscape of forests, blue skies, and crystal clear waters. It's a huge territory with fourteen Inuit villages in the Arctic area of Canada.

There are wild animals such as bears and wolves everywhere. There are also caribou - a kind of reindeer. Fish fill the rivers, lakes, and sea. In summer, the sun shines day and night. This is when people fish, hunt and pick berries. Winter is cold and dark, but at night, stars fill the clear, dark sky and the Northern Lights swirl above in a symphony of colors.

You might think that the Nunavik geographical position at the end of the Earth keeps it safe from the big city problems like air and water pollution. Unfortunately, the pretty villages of Nunavik have not escaped the problems that the rest of the world faces too.

Some years ago, scientists made a worrying discovery. An extremely dangerous group of chemicals known as ‘‘persistent organic pollutants’ (or POPs) were attacking the Arctic environment. There are few factories in the region and not many cars, so where was the pollution coming from? It turns out that it was coming from factories and cities thousands of kilometers away. But how?

POPs are used everywhere - in electronic appliances like TVs, in the lights and electrical wiring of buildings and in paint. They are also sprayed onto crops as pesticides. Over time, they evaporate, become gas and go into the air, and the wind carries them thousands of kilometers. When they reach a cold environment, the gas becomes a liquid, like water. So when the wind carries POPs into the Arctic, cold temperatures make them stick to plants and fall into the oceans, where they remain and build up over time. POPs also collect inside the fat of people and animals, and since they can't be digested, they stay there forever. The biggest animals like seals and whales have the most POPs in their bodies. These are the animals that Inuit people have been eating for thousands of years.

POPs can cause cancer and allergies, as well as damage to the nervous and immune systems. They can also cause developmental problems in babies and children. Clearly, something had to be done about the problem and so in the 1990s, the United Nations held a meeting called the Stockholm Convention to discuss banning lots of the POP chemicals. Since then, many countries have agreed to start producing fewer POP chemicals and as a result, levels of POPs in the Arctic are falling.

It will take many years for the problem to go away. For one thing, buildings around the world still contain many tons of POPs in their paint and wiring. Every day, those chemicals turn into gas and enter the atmosphere, eventually reaching the Arctic.

For the Inuit people, and all the people and animals in the arctic regions, their only hope is the work of scientists and the cooperation of the rest of the world in putting an end to POPs once and for all.

Adapted from Close-up B1 Workbook

Which description best fits Nunavik?

  • It’s a small village.
  • It’s a place of natural beauty.
  • It’s close to big cities.
  • It’s dark in the summer.

What is true about the Inuit people according to the article?

  • They all have health problems.
  • Many of them drive cars.
  • They find their food in nature.
  • They eat a lot of fat.

How do POPs get to the Arctic?

  • Other countries send them there.
  • They are in the oceans.
  • Factories in the Arctic produce them.
  • They are carried in the atmosphere.

What does 'the problem' in paragraph 7 refer to?

  • POPs in the environment
  • cancer and allergies in children
  • Inuit people eating whales and seals
  • producing fewer POPs

What is the article mainly about?

  • problems faced by animals in the Arctic
  • environmental problems caused by POPs
  • the decisions of the Stockholm Convention
  • how the United Nations can help the environment

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

There were many restaurants. They didn't know which one to choose. (SO)

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

Your bad news upsets me very much. (SORRY)

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

I find his handwriting very hard to read. (DIFFICULTY)

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

The plane couldn’t take off because the weather was bad. (BECAUSE OF)

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

They had the ability to go on holiday last summer. (ABLE)

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

So as/ get/ scholarship,/ Jane/ required/ write/ an essay/ her future.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

The book/ which/ my father/ give/ me/ last week/ be/ most/ memorable/ gift.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

I/ would like/ congratulate/ you/ pass/ exam. 

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

We/ suggest/ you/ learn/ ten/ word/ heart/ everyday.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

Learn/ Spanish/ too/ hard/ me/ catch up/ classmates.