Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS&THPT Nguyễn Tất Thành số 24

4/3/2020 8:04:00 AM
Đề thi thử theo cấu trúc đề thi môn Anh tuyển sinh vào lớp 6 của trường THCS&THPT Nguyễn Tất Thành, gồm 20 câu hỏi trắc nghiệm, 04 câu viết ra từ theo mô tả. Có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

Choose the correct answer.

Kendra recycles her calendar at the end of the year. It will ________.

  • be turned into something new.
  • be sent to a landfill.
  • be crushed into smaller pieces and thrown away.
  • be used again by Kendra the next year.

Choose the correct answer.

Pollution is ________.

  • a place where people put garbage
  • items that factories make
  • waste that harms land, water, or air
  • things that people put in the garbage
Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.
It's raining. _____, Mr. Nam has to go to work.
  • But
  • So
  • Therefore
  • However

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.

Jane is not _______ her brother.

  • more intelligent as
  • intelligent as
  • so intelligent as
  • so intelligent that

Her mother suggested ______ out for dinner.

  • to go
  • going
  • go
  • to going

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.

I ______ from her for a long time.

  • didn't hear
  • don't hear
  • haven't heard
  • am not hearing

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.
I am going to have a birthday party ____7 p.m _____Saturday.

  • in/ on
  • after/ at
  • on/ at
  • at/ on

I am very fat. I think if I do morning exercise regularly, I ____ weight.

  • may lose
  • lose
  • would lose
  • lost

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.

I can’t understand the French visitors. I wish I _____French.

  • knew
  • will know
  • know
  • have known
Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.
I don't think that burning garbage is a good way to _____ the environment.
  • protect
  • pollute
  • keep
  • reuse

I knew they were talking about me _____ they stopped when I entered the room.

  • however
  • despite
  • because
  • so that
Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.
I'm not sure what he will decide to do. He ____ leave the job.
  • must
  • will
  • should
  • may

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.

It is good _____ a glass of milk every morning.

  • to having
  • having
  • have
  • to have

Peter: “Do you mind if I take a seat?”

Mary: “_____ .”

  • No, do as you please
  • Yes, I don't mind
  • Yes, do as you please
  • No, I mind

Choose the word or phrase that best fits in the blank.
- David: It’s terrible. I don't think I will be able to pass the exam."
- Mary: “_____”

  • Let's try it
  • Don't worry. Everything will be all right.
  • Ok. What's that?
  • Why not pass it?

- "Let me congratulate you on passing the examination."

- "_____."

  • Yes, let's
  • I'm sorry, I can't
  • Not at all
  • It's nice of you to say so

Read the passage and answer the questions.

Taste this

“Everyone is good at something.” That was what Ms. Lowen always said. But Jake was not so sure. He hated doing math. He wasn’t much of a reader. He couldn’t toss a ball. And he had no idea what he wanted to do when he grew up.

His best friend, Charlie, was going to be a firefighter. Charlie knew what he wanted. It seemed he had always known. He was strong and smart, so he would probably pass all the tests. And his friend Kyle was going to be a teacher, like his dad. Kyle loved math and was always winning contests. “What am I good at?” Jake wondered. “What will I be someday?” 

Sometimes, after school, Jake visited his uncle at the restaurant where Uncle Mike worked. He liked to watch Uncle Mike stir sauces. He liked helping out.

Sometimes he said things like, “This needs a little more pepper,” when he tested Uncle Mike’s recipes. He began to read cookbooks. “Let’s try this!” he’d tell Mike when he found something that seemed good. They experimented together. Jake got good at measuring. He learned to convert a recipe for six to a recipe for ten. He liked playing with ingredients. “Instead of peaches, let’s try pears in this cake,” he would suggest.

The school food fair was coming up. Most students brought in things that their parents had made. Jake decided to try a recipe he’d made up - pineapple pizza. At first, when he placed it on the table, some people said, “Yick. That sounds awful.” Then, one by one, some of his friends decided to try it.

(Adapted from readworks.org)

The rest of the passage will
  • describe how sad Jake will
  • list many things Jake is not good at.
  • tell how Jake found something that he is good at.
  • explain that Jake does not do well in school.
Jake will probably
  • learn that he is good at the cash register.
  • burn something.
  • learn that he is a good waiter.
  • learn that he is good at cooking.

The author wrote, "one by one, some of his friends decided to try it". His friend probably _____

  • took pieces but didn't really at them.
  • didn't like it, but tried it because they were his friends.
  • liked the pizza and encourage others to try it.
  • tried the pizza and teased Jake about how bad it was.
The theme of this passage is
  • helping others is important.
  • finding something you are good at.
  • being kind to your friends.
  • making new friends.

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank

You write this for your mother when you answer the phone for her (7 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank

Make sure this is big enough to hold all your clothes for your holiday (8 letters):

Read the description of the word for family members. What is the word for each one?

He is your mother’s or father’s brother. (5 letters)

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb: "What will be ___ be" (4 letters):