Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 33

6/9/2020 4:12:00 PM

I’m looking for _____ job. Did Mary get _____ job she applied for?

  • a/the
  • the/a
  • a/a
  • the/the

It was so noisy outside that she couldn’t concentrate _____ her work.

  • at
  • in
  • on
  • with

It’s _____ a nice day _____ we should do something.

  • such/ that
  • either/ or
  • so/ that
  • neither/nor

Jack _____ many new friends since he _____ this basketball club.

  • made/has joined
  • was making/was joining
  • has made/ joined
  • was making/joins
One effective way to lose weight is to avoid _____ between meals.
  • to eat
  • eating
  • eat
  • eaten

Tuan prepared for the entrance high school test carefully, _____ he passed it easily last year.

  • but
  • or
  • so
  • though

This orange tastes _____.

  • sweetly
  • sweety
  • sweet
  • sweets

What is your _____, to eat in or go out for dinner?

  • preference
  • culture
  • tradition
  • type

He _____ broke his sister’s favorite glass.

  • seriously
  • surprisingly
  • accidentally
  • carefully

The test results _____ that you are in perfect health.

  • return
  • discourage
  • indicate
  • open

Which continent is the most populous in the world?

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Africa
  • Australia

How do plants help humans?

  • Plants make oxygen.
  • Plants provide wood for shelter.
  • Humans eat plants.
  • all of the above

Erosion is _____.

  • when water, wind, or gravity moves soil and rocks
  • when farmers tear down trees
  • when humans break rocks apart
  • when rocks in Earth’s crust get bigger over time

Lan: "Could I have rice instead of chips?"

Minh: "_____."

  • Certainly
  • Yes, please
  • That's right
  • Of course not

- "That's a very nice skirt you're wearing."

- "_____"

  • How a compliment!
  • That's all right.
  • It's nice of you to say so.
  • I like you said so.

David: "Thanks for your help, Mary."

Mary: "_____."

  • With all my heart
  • It's my pleasure
  • Never mind me
  • Wish you

Read the passage and answer the questions.

First Time in the Air

When John Mills was going to fly in an aeroplane for the first time, he was frightened. He did not like the idea of being thousands of feet up in the air. "I also didn't like the fact that I wouldn't be in control," says John. "I am a terrible passenger in the car. When somebody else is driving, I tell them what to do. It drives everybody crazy."

However, John couldn't avoid flying any longer. It was the only way he could visit his grandchildren in Canada. "I had made up my mind that I was going to do it. I couldn't let my son, his wife and their three children travel all the way here to visit me. It would be so expensive for them and I know Tom's business isn't doing so well at the moment. It would also be tiring for the children - it's a nine-hour flight!" he says.

To get ready for the flight John did lots of reading about aeroplanes. When he booked his seat, he was told that he would be flying on a Boeing 747, which is better known as a jumbo jet. "I needed to know as much as possible before getting on that plane. I suppose it was a way of making myself feel better. The Boeing 747 is the largest passenger aircraft in the world at the moment. The first one flew on 9th February 1969 in the USA. It can carry up to 524 passengers and 3,400 pieces of luggage. The fuel for aeroplanes is kept in the wings and the 747's wings are so big that they can carry enough fuel for an average car to be able to travel 16,000 kilometres a year for 70 years. Isn’t that unbelievable? Even though I had discovered all this very interesting information about the jumbo, when I saw it for the first time, just before I was going to travel to Canada, I still couldn’t believe that something so enormous was going to get up in the air and fly. I was even more impressed when I saw how big it was inside with hundreds of people!"

The biggest surprise of all for John was the flight itself. "The take-off itself was much smoother than I expected, although I was still quite scared until we were in the air. In the end, I managed to relax, enjoy the food and watch one of the movies and the view from the window was spectacular. I even managed to sleep for a while! Of course," continues John, "the best reward of all was when I arrived in Canada and saw my son and his family, particularly my beautiful grandchildren. Suddenly, I felt so silly about all the years when I couldn’t even think of getting on a plane. I had let my fear of flying stop me from seeing the people I love most in the world. I can visit my son and his family as often as I like now!"  

Why did John Mills fly in an aeroplane?
  • He wanted to try it.
  • He wanted to go on holiday.
  • He wanted to see his family.
  • He had to travel on business.
How did John feel when the aeroplane was taking off?
  • Excited
  • Happy
  • Sad
  • Frightened

What surprised John about the flight?

  • that he liked the food.
  • that there was a movie being shown.
  • that he was able to sleep.
  • that the view was good.
How did John feel about his fears in the end?
  • He thought he had wasted time being afraid.
  • He realised that it was okay to be afraid.
  • He hoped his grandchildren weren't afraid of flying.
  • He realised that being afraid kept him safe.

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

This is the part of a car which burns petrol. (6 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

A large area of land with very little water and very few plants. (6 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

The process of coming to live permanently in a country that is not your own. (11 letters):

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb:

"Beauty is only _____ deep." (4 letters):