Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 29

5/13/2020 8:49:00 PM

I have to arrive at the airport by eight o'clock and _____.

  • neither do you
  • so do you
  • too do you
  • either do you

Billy’s grandma _____ ride her motorbike even when she was 85 years old.

  • was used to
  • got used to
  • used to
  • used

Of all the employment agencies that Harry visited, the last one was _____.

  • the most helpful
  • more helpful
  • the more helpful
  • most helpful

That's a storm coming towards us, _____ ?

  • isn't that
  • is that
  • isn't it
  • is it

The children went to school on time _____ it rained heavily yesterday morning.

  • although
  • since
  • as
  • because

If the weather _____ fine tomorrow, we will have our biology lesson outdoors.

  • will be
  • will have been
  • would be
  • is

I usually _____ my younger sisters when my parents are away on business.

  • pick up
  • take care of
  • look for
  • take charge of

"What were you doing when you heard this _____ scream?" asked the detective.

  • unfortunate
  • far
  • strange
  • beautiful

If you want to _____ fit you should go to the gym or at least exercise at home.

  • do
  • stay
  • make
  • gain

Sometimes at weekends, my father helps my mom with _____ meals.

  • keeping
  • preparing
  • making
  • arranging

A tornado is _____.

  • a storm that starts over a warm ocean and brings strong winds
  • a storm that starts over a warm ocean and brings heavy rain
  • a long period of time with no rain
  • a storm with a funnel shaped cloud and strong winds that moves along a narrow path

Birds are the only animals _____.

  • that lay eggs
  • that live in trees
  • with feathers
  • that can fly

A living thing is _____.

  • a thing that grows and needs food, water, and air
  • an animal on Earth
  • anything that grows
  • anything that moves

"I don't think I can come to the concert."

- "_____."

  • What time will you arrive?
  • Are you sure you can't?
  • Do you think you can?
  • Why can you come?

- Anna: “Shall we eat out tonight?”

- Jane: “______.”

  • You are very welcome
  • It is very kind for you to invite me
  • That’s a great idea
  • That’s understandable

- David: “What a beautiful painting!”

- Lucy: “ _____.”

  • No problem
  • It's on the wall
  • I'm glad you like it
  • You're welcome

Computer crime

Computers can help many workers. They can also help thieves. There was one thief who worked in a United States bank. He paid for everything he needed by cheque. Then he told the computer not to take any money from his account for the cheques he wrote. The bank's computer did what he said. It gave the shops money for his cheques, but it did not take any money from his bank account. One day the computer broke down. People had to do the computer's work. They soon found out what was happening.

Another thief who worked for a bank saw people filling in deposit forms. Many of these people did not know their account numbers, so they wrote only their names on the forms. They left an empty place for their account numbers. The thief wrote his own account number in this place. When the computer read these forms, it looked only at the account numbers. It did not look at the customer's names. It paid the money on these deposit forms into the thief's account.

Then there was the bank worker who told the bank computer to take ten cents off every customer's account each month and put it into his own account. For a long time, the bank's customers did not notice that they were losing ten cents every month. But then someone did notice and told the bank. That was the end of that little game!

No one really knows how much computer crime is costing the banks, but some people believe it is millions of dollars a year.

(Adapted from New century readings Book 1)

The passage is about _____

  • catching thieves.
  • the history of computers.
  • the crimes that people do with computers.
  • angry bank customers.

The three thieves in the passage _____

  • worked in the same bank.
  • worked in banks.
  • made millions of dollars a day.
  • did not use computers.

The word "they" refers to_____

  • bank workers
  • thieves
  • bank customers
  • accounts
How do you think bank customers helped one of the thieves in the passage?
  • They left money in the bank.
  • They told him their account numbers.
  • They did not write their account numbers on deposit forms.
  • They let him take ten cents off every deposit.

This school is for young children, usually children three to five years old. (12 letters):

You usually spend time visiting many websites. What do you do? (4 letters):

This is a long motor vehicle with comfortable seats, usually used to take groups of people on journeys. (5 letters):

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb: 

"Other _____ other ways." (5 letters):