Đề thi thử Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 trường Hà Nội-Amsterdam số 2

7/21/2020 3:59:00 PM

Listen to Tom and Jan talking about Tom's birthday presents.  Which present did each person give Tom?

A. CDs E. mobile phone
B. T-shirt F. skateboard
C. jeans G. money
D. poster H. camera


1. Tom's mum and dad

2. Tom's sister

3. Tom's grandparents

4. Tom's cousin

5. Tom's best friend

Look at the sentences for this part.

You will hear a conversation between a girl, Meg, and a boy, David, about their plans for the future.

Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.

1. David immediately advises Meg not to take a year off.

2. Meg plans to get a well-paid job during her year off.

3. Meg feels going abroad will benefit her studies.

4. Meg and David agree that they can get life experience at home.

5. Meg decides to go traveling after her course instead.

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

  • dormitory
  • occupy
  • security
  • chemistry

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

  • carrot
  • ceiling
  • cereal
  • circle

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

  • damage
  • teenage
  • encourage
  • garbage

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

  • remote
  • amount
  • purpose
  • control

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

  • arrangement
  • relation
  • scientist
  • improvement

_____ you do better work than this, you won’t pass the exam.

  • When
  • Although
  • If
  • Unless

She _____ her neighbor’s child for the broken window.

  • blamed
  • accused
  • complained
  • denied
I still remember Jack taking me to _____ restaurant he could find in Paris.
  • more beautiful
  • the more beautiful
  • the most beautiful
  • most beautiful

That old lady is _____ deaf to hear what you say.

  • so
  • enough
  • not
  • too

I don’t think we have very much _____; we have very different opinions.

  • together
  • in common
  • the same
  • similar
_____ the restaurant is very small, it serves excellent meals.
  • Although
  • But
  • Because
  • Since

I’ve been working _____ quite a lot of pressure lately.

  • in
  • with
  • on
  • under

The importance to our future of a _____ population cannot be overlooked.

  • well-educated
  • well-known
  • well-dressed
  • well-kept

She bought _____ jacket when she was in Paris last year.

  • a brown leather expensive
  • a leather brown expensive
  • an expensive brown leather
  • an expensive leather brown

Family is always my father’s top _____. It is the most.

  • speciality
  • right
  • priority
  • privacy

“My daughter, Jenny, tries to _____ to see me at least once a week,” Mrs. Jones told me.

  • drop in
  • go up
  • come on
  • call up

- "I think it is a good idea to have three or four generations living under one roof."

- "_____. Family members can help each other a lot."

  • It's not true
  • That's wrong
  • I couldn't agree more
  • I don't agree

They hardly believe him and _____.

  • so do I
  • neither do I
  • I do, too
  • I believe him

The witch used her wand to _____ the prince into a frog.

  • transit
  • transfer
  • transport
  • transform

If I attend a course in London, I’ll able to have chance to speak to _____ speakers.

  • natural
  • native
  • formal
  • national

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Both French and English are speaking in Canada.

  • French
  • are
  • speaking
  • Canada

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Have an English pen pal is a good way to learn writing skill.

  • Have
  • is
  • to
  • skill

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

His teacher encouraged him taking part in the competition.

  • His
  • encouraged
  • taking part
  • competition

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Mike, as well as his classmates, are excited about the trip to the countryside next week.

  • as
  • are
  • about
  • the

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The little boy's mother bought him a five-speeds racing bicycle for his birthday.

  • the
  • him
  • five-speeds
  • for

Choose the word or phrase that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

A gesture is an action that sends a message from one person to another using words. We use gestures to communicate with others. There are some gestures that have completely different meanings on when and where they are used.

When an American wants to show that something is OK or good, he raises his hand and makes a circle with his thumb and forefinger. The circle sign has meaning only for him. He might be to learn that in other countries it can mean something very different.

In Japan, for , it is a gesture of money. In France, it is “zero” or “worthless”. Such differences can lead to all kinds of misunderstandings when foreigners meet. why is it that the same gesture has so many different meanings? 

Complete the passage with the words given.

divide | contain | maintain | useful | harmful | separately | microscope | telescope | apart | separate


Without plants, there would be no life on earth. Man could not live without air or food, and so he could not live without plants. The oxygen in the air we breathe comes from plants. The food we eat also comes from plants or from animals that eat plants. We build houses and make many products from lumber cut from trees. Much of our clothing is made from the fibers of the cotton plant.

Scientists believe there are more than 350,000 species of plants, but no one knows for sure. Some of the plants, called diatoms, can be seen only with a . A drop of water may hold as many as 500 diatoms. The largest living things are the giant sequoia trees of California. Some of them stand more than 290 feet high and measure over 30 feet wide. Scientists all living things into two main groups - plants and animals. It is usually easy to tell the two . Almost all kinds of plants stay in one place, but nearly all species of animals move about under their own power. Most plants make their own food from air, sunlight, and water. Animals cannot make their own food. The basic units of all life, called cells, are also different in plants and animals. Most plants have thick walls that a material called cellulose. Animal cells do not have this material.

Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

Cities Get Clean by Going Green 

When people hear the word “city”, they usually imagine concrete, neon signs, and lots of air pollution. Thanks to some clever and concerned architects, this image is starting to change. The concept of green cities aims to bring some beauty from rural environments into urban areas. It is not only about looking better though. Green cities are also trying to improve the efficiency of cities and raise the standard of living for people who stay in them.

The term “green cities” refers to cities where builders take into account several environmental factors before that city is constructed or redesigned. For starters, green cities are designed to be more physically appealing than traditional cities from the past. In addition, the mobility of citizens should be considered, so public transportation can be more convenient and travel time to work can be reduced. Energy sources should also be evaluated with the goal of minimizing air pollution.

When it comes to going green, the city of Barcelona is far ahead of its time. Since 1859, its designers have consciously tried to create sustainable urban designs. Then in 1992, the city received a well-deserved makeover before hosting the Olympic Games. In recent years, Barcelona has upgraded its transportation system. This has reduced air pollution as more and more workers are using public transportation instead of their own vehicles. Barcelona also boasts one of the best recycling programs in the world. Visitors will find clear, color-coded trash bins throughout the city where they can put all of their materials.

It is no secret in Portland, Oregon is one of the greenest cities in the US. Since 1903, it has been an example of what American cities can accomplish with careful planning. Instead of filling its area with office buildings, Portland has plenty of green space for activities. There are 119 kilometers of running, hiking, and bike trails that allow citizens to experience the great outdoors. The city also offers residents creative energy plans that give them the opportunity to pay a bit extra for clean energy sources. For about $3 to $9 extra each month, homeowners can choose solar or wind power and help the environment

These are only a small sampling of the green cities around .the world. As more people experience the pleasure of visiting green cities, it seems certain that the trend of urban areas going green will continue far into the future.

All of the following are true about Barcelona EXCEPT that _____.

  • visitors can put all the trash in one colorful trash bin
  • more people have used public transportation
  • air pollution has been reduced
  • it is said by some to have one of the best recycling programs in the world

What does the term "mobility" in paragraph 2 mean?

  • how much money tourists spend
  • the opinions of people
  • how visitors move around
  • the feelings visitors have

The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

  • some dustbins in the city
  • those who run the city
  • people who collect dustbins
  • people who want to throw out the trash

Which of the following people would most enjoy living in Portland?

  • Someone who likes to work in tall buildings
  • Someone who doesn't mind air pollution
  • Someone who want cheap energy solutions
  • Someone who enjoys exercising outside

How does the author seem to feel about the future of green cities?

  • Green cities are too expensive to build in most countries.
  • Few people have interest in living in a green city.
  • The best green cities in the world are in North America.
  • We should continue to see more green cities being built each year.

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

“Why don’t you put your luggage under the seat?” he asked me. (SUGGESTED)

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

“I’m sorry that I have to leave early,” Tom said. (APOLOGISED)

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

Although it rained heavily, we went to his birthday party. (SPITE)

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

I do not intend to tell them what we are going to do. (NO INTENTION)

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

"Would you mind not running in the building?" I said to him. (RATHER)

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

Don't forget/ keep/ touch/ us.

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

Many/ visitors/ our country/ impressed/ beauty/ Hanoi.

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

They/ such/ easy/ questions/ everyone/ answer/ them.

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

My salary/ not/ high/ as/ yours.

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

We/ put/ warm clothes/ order/ not/ get/ cold.