Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 37

6/25/2020 4:46:00 PM

George took _____ of the fine weather to do a day's work in his garden.

  • chance
  • interest
  • advantage
  • charge

- "My neighbour is _____ photographer."

- "Let's ask him for _____ advice about color film."

  • a-the
  • the - an
  • a - x (no article)
  • the - the
She has been always _____ the dream of being a vet since her dog was stolen.
  • harboring
  • growing
  • shattering
  • making
Students ______ use their dictionary during the test. It's against the rules.
  • mightn't
  • mustn't
  • oughtn't
  • needn't

On most trains there is ________, where you can eat a snack or something hot.

  • buffet
  • bakery
  • store
  • reception

Our aim is to make the performing arts, museums, and our _______ accessible to all.

  • love
  • patriotism
  • heritage
  • status

She only accepted the job _____ the salary, which was very high.

  • since
  • even though
  • despite
  • because of

Skeletal system of the body is made up our __________. It supports our body and protects our organs.

  • bones
  • muscles
  • nerves
  • vessels

Someone who is ________ is hopeful about the future or the success of something in particular.

  • powerful
  • optimistic
  • stagnant
  • pessimistic

Steve Davis, ______ won the trophy last year, is already out of this year's competition.

  • who
  • that
  • he
  • x

What is a predator?

  • an animal that eats another animal
  • a plant that is eaten by animals
  • an animal that is eaten by another animal
  • a living thing that is able to move on its own

How do people use magnets?

  • People only use magnets to hang pictures on their refrigerators.
  • Magnets are only used in airplanes.
  • People do not use magnets.
  • Magnets are used in many different things, such as computers, cars, and toys.

Speed is__________.

  • the total space an object takes up
  • the changing direction of an object
  • the amount of space between two objects
  • how fast an object can move

- Hoa: “We are going on a trip to Ha Long Bay next week!”

- Nam: “Really? _____!”

  • Have a good time
  • It's your pleasure
  • Take your time
  • Good job

Peter is having dinner at Wendy’s house.

- Peter: “This steamed crab is so delicious!”

- Wendy: “_____”

  • Sure. I’d love to.
  • I’m afraid not.
  • No, don’t worry.
  • I’m glad you like it.

- "Will Sarah get mad if she finds out that I lied to her?"

- "________ She will be so angry."

  • Why not?
  • Look, who's talking?
  • You can say that again.
  • You bet!

Read and choose the correct answer for each question.

Black Friday

The day after Thanksgiving is the start of the holiday shopping season. Thanksgiving is always on a Thursday, so the day after is a Friday. This day has come to be known as Black Friday. It has been the busiest shopping day of the year since 2005. Most stores offer great deals on Black Friday. They open their doors in the wee hours of the morning. They try to attract shoppers with big discounts.

Some items like TVs are much cheaper than usual. Stores may even lose money on these items. They hope that shoppers will buy gifts for other people while they are in the store. Black Friday is a great time to get good deals. The problem is that there are not enough low-priced items to go around. Each store may only have a few. These items are in high demand. People stand in long lines to get such great deals. They may line up hours before a store opens. They may be hoping to get a low price on a TV or laptop, but not everyone who wants one will get one. Some people leave disappointed.

The situation can be tense. Some Black Friday events have been violent. Large, eager crowds have trampled workers. Fights have broken out or people have been cutting in line. People have shot one another over parking spots. But most Black Friday events are safe and fun. Still, if you plan on going, expect large crowds and a bit of shoving.

So where does the name "Black Friday" come from? It was first used in Philadelphia in the 1950s. The police called this day Black Friday because of the heavy traffic it drew. In the 1960s, stores tried to rename the day "Big Friday.” It did not stick. The name "Black Friday" continued to spread across the country. It seems that it is here to stay.

Which is not true about Black Friday?
  • Black Friday is always the day after Thanksgiving.
  • Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year.
  • Black Friday is the start of the holiday shopping season.
  • Black Friday is a national holiday.

What does the phrase "These items" in paragraph 2 refer to?

  • high-end items
  • gifts
  • low-priced items
  • TVs

The word "trampled" in paragraph 3 mostly means _____.

  • runover
  • torn apart
  • stepped on
  • fallen apart
Where does the name Black Friday come from?
  • The police called this day Black Friday because there is a lot of traffic.
  • The police called this day Black Friday to remember the victims of violence.
  • The stores called this day Black Friday because they make a lot of money.
  • The stores called this day Black Friday because it is a serious shopping day.

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

This is a type of thin book with large pages and a paper cover that contains articles and photographs and is published every week or month. (8 letters):

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

To make someone agree to do something by giving them reasons why they should (8 letters):

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

These are bags and suitcases that you take on a journey (7 letters):

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb: "The empty vessel makes ____ sound" (8 letters):