Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Tiếng Anh theo mẫu THCS Cầu Giấy số 23

10/19/2020 4:58:00 PM

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

  • wonders

  • problems

  • mountains

  • moments

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

  • health
  • appear
  • ready
  • heavy

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

  • interview

  • minute

  • question

  • suitable

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

  • provide
  • private
  • arrange
  • advise

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

  • importance
  • happiness
  • employment
  • relation

Mike's mother bought him ______ guitar for his birthday .

  • a
  • an
  • the
  • Ø

At school, David was _____ anyone else in his class.

  • as clever as
  • as clever than
  • cleverer as
  • cleverest

I _____ my own living since I was seven, doing all kinds of jobs.

  • have earned
  • had earned
  • earned
  • was earning

I left the coffee for a minute to cool because it was ____ to drink.

  • too hot
  • hot enough
  • as hot
  • so hot

The pizza restaurant is often _______ of people at the weekends.

  • busy
  • crowded
  • full
  • empty

No one can do the homework well. ____

  • So can’t she.
  • Neither can she.
  • She can’t, too.
  • She can, either.

Lately he's ____ staying up till the middle of the night.

  • taken on
  • taken to
  • put up
  • put on

She hopes to _____ a photographer for a newspaper one day.

  • work
  • become
  • develop
  • improve

If the report is not on my desk by tomorrow, you ______ in big trouble.

  • will be
  • will to be
  • would be
  • were

After walking for about 7 miles, the man stopped _____ a fire to warm himself.

  • to build
  • building
  • for building
  • to have built

Jack: "It’s a nice day today. Let’s go out for a walk!"

Jill: "_____."

  • It’s very kind of you to say so
  • Nevermind
  • Yes, please
  • That’s a good idea

Mr. Collin is speaking to his student, Brian.

Mr. Collin: “You’ve been making very good progress. I’m proud of you!”

Brian: “_____”

  • No problem.
  • Don’t worry about it!
  • Everything’s alright. Thank you.
  • I really appreciate you saying that.

Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

James Cook

James Cook sailed around the world the late 18th century and became famous as an explorer. He first went to sea in 1746. Eleven years later, he the navy. He was a very good sailor and it was not long before he was given his own ship.

In 1768, the Royal Society a scientific voyage to Tahiti. Cook was asked to command the ship, Endeavour, and to take a group of scientists board. The voyage lasted three years. Cook made that his sailors ate fresh fruit. In this way, he was able to them from the terrible illnesses caused by a bad diet.

Cook was the first European to draw maps of New Zealand and to eastern Australia. He also sailed to Antarctica and drew maps of the Pacific and its islands. In 1779, he died during a fight in Hawaii.

Five sentences have been removed from the text below.

For each question, choose the correct answer from A-H. There are three extra sentences that you do not need to use.

A. He therefore had an idea of what to expect on this one.

B. It also allowed them to see the progress they had made.

C. He was surprised that he had gone so fast.

D. Doing that gave him the energy he needed to keep going.

E. It also arranged stops every 50 km for snacks and drinks.

F. This ride would be 1,000 km longer.

G. As a result, Steve's family knew how he was feeling each day.

H. There were other challenges, too.

Steve Dalway's cycle ride

Steve Dalway has recently completed an amazing bike ride between the US cities of Los Angeles and Boston, a distance of nearly 5,500 km. He and ten other cyclists took part in a trip organized by a company that provided a mechanic, planned the accommodation and route, and carried the cyclists' bags. Even with these, the ride involved a huge amount of effort.

Steve had already completed another long cycle ride in Europe. For example, he knew that on any ride, eating properly is important. When you don't eat enough, your ability to recover after hard exercise is reduced. For this reason, he always made sure he had a large breakfast before setting off every morning. The sight of the hotel at the end of the day was still very welcome, however!

One of the toughest times for the riders in the US was when the route climbed high into the Rocky Mountains. By the end of that part of the ride, Steve had climbed an amazing 28,000 m in total.

An early section of the ride, for instance, took the group of cyclists through the Mojave desert, where the high temperatures made them feel as if they were in an oven. In the desert, Steve had to drink four liters of liquid every 40 km in order to keep going.

The cyclists used paper maps and had electronic devices to record the distances they traveled. So that everyone knew what they'd be facing the next day, a big map was displayed every evening in the hotel where the group were staying. At first the cyclists were disappointed when the black line drawn on the map by the organizers only moved forward by small amounts, despite all the day's work. At the end of the ride, however, they felt very proud of what they'd achieved.

(Adapted from B1 Preliminary 1)

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