Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 trường Lương Thế Vinh số 20

1/4/2021 10:40:00 AM

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

  • either

  • author

  • both

  • worth

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

  • watched
  • visited
  • looked
  • stopped

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

The traffic was bad. We arrived on time.

  • We arrived on time although the traffic is bad.
  • Though the traffic was bad, we arrived on time.
  • We arrived on time despite of the bad traffic.
  • Although the fact that the traffic was bad, we arrived on time.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

A supermarket is quite convenient. A shopping centre is much more convenient.

  • A supermarket is the most convenient as a shopping centre.
  • A supermarket is less convenient than a shopping centre.
  • A supermarket is less convenient as a shopping centre.
  • A supermarket is not so convenient a shopping centre.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

They are looking for the man and his dog. They have lost the way in the forest.

  • They are looking for the man and his dog which have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog of which have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog who have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog that have lost the way in the forest.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

They are not allowed to go out in the evening by their parents.

  • Their parents do not want them to go out in the evening.
  • Their parents never let them go out in the evening.
  • Going out in the evening is permitted by their parents.
  • Although their parents do not allow, they still go out in the evening.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Please arrive early because we want to be able to start our meeting early.

  • Please arrive early so that we can start our meeting early.
  • Please arrive early so that we were able to start our meeting early.
  • Please arrive so early that we could be able to start our meeting early.
  • Please arrive early for us to be able to start our meeting early.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

She wasn't early enough to catch the bus.

  • She wasn't late for the bus.
  • She arrived too early for the bus.
  • She didn't arrive late for the bus.
  • She was too late to catch the bus.

Choose the sentence that completes the sentence from the suggested words or phrases.

He/ prefer/ go out/ friends/ rather than/ stay/ home/ alone.

  • He would prefer going out with his friends rather than staying at home alone.
  • He prefer going out with his friends rather than staying at home alone
  • He prefer to go out with his friends rather than to stay at home alone.
  • He would prefer to go out with his friends rather than stay at home alone.

Choose the sentence that completes the sentence from the suggested words or phrases.

I/ thought/book/worth/read/but/it/not.

  • I thought this book was worth to read but it isn't.
  • I thought this book was worth reading but it wasn't.
  • I thought this book is worth reading but it wasn't.
  • I thought this book is worth to read but it doesn't.

Choose the sentence that completes the sentence from the suggested words or phrases.

Language/ music/ be/ two things/ make/ human/ different/ all other animals.

  • Language and music are two things that make human different from all other animals.
  • Language and music are two things that making human different from all other animals.
  • Language and music is two things that make human different of all other animals.
  • Language and music are two things that makes human different from all other animals.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My father, along with his friends, are drinking tea in the living room.

  • along with
  • are
  • tea
  • the

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

He lives in the district eastern so it’ll take us 3 hours to drive to his house.

  • in
  • district eastern
  • take
  • to drive

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Jack cycles usually to work to avoid traffic jams at rush hour.

  • cycles usually
  • avoid
  • jams
  • rush hour

Kate: “_____”

Mary: “Don’t worry about it.”

  • Thank you for inviting me.
  • Sorry for coming late.
  • Could you do me a favor?
  • Do you need any help?

Tom: "Why didn’t you pay the telephone bill?"

Lucy: "_____."

  • Well, it’s too thick
  • Thank you for all that
  • Yes, it was true
  • I did
Keep silent! My father _____ in his room.
  • is sleeping
  • was sleeping
  • has left
  • will be slept

I'm _____ forward to seeing you again.

  • coming
  • going
  • looking
  • bringing

The fire was caused by an _____ fault in the television.

  • electricity
  • electric
  • electrician
  • electrical

_____ a clock in your classroom?

  • Are there
  • Is there
  • Have there
  • Has there

Did you send Alice an invitation _____ the party?

  • to
  • with
  • in
  • of

Max goes to bed _____ than anyone I know.

  • the most early
  • earlier
  • the earliest
  • much early

My brother didn't feel well. _____, he didn't go to work yesterday.

  • So
  • But
  • However
  • Therefore
They were late for work because their car _____ down.
  • got
  • put
  • cut
  • broke

We may know the land very well, but we know very _____ about the ocean.

  • few
  • little
  • much
  • lots

I first _____ to a rock concert when I was 15.

  • go
  • went
  • have gone
  • was going

Read the passage and choose the correct answer for each of the blanks.

Every season there are new clothes and new fashions in the shops. Colours and styles keep . One season black is the 'in' color, but the next season everyone is wearing orange or pink or grey. The length of women's skirts goes up and down from year to year. A shirt you once thought was very trendy can look old-fashioned a few years later. And your father's shirts, you always thought were very conservative and traditional, can suddenly become . Keeping up with the fashions can be very expensive. So one way to save money is never to throw your old clothes out. If you wait long enough, the clothes are out of fashion today will be in fashion tomorrow. Yesterday's clothes are tomorrow's new fashions.

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

So what happened after school?

by Sam Adam

I was wondering what I should do with my life when I finish school. My parents told me that I still had a couple of years ahead of me but that did not reassure me. So I went online and found everything about career advisors.

Most secondary schools in England have members of staff who give career advice to their students. They are called career advisors. A year before they leave school, the career advisors will talk to the students one by one and ask them what they want to do in the future. The advisor will look at the students' grades to see what subjects they are stronger in. For example, if they are good at maths, they can become an accountant.

The advice is not just about the part of finding a job; it's also telling the student what university course they must do first. If a student wants to become a lawyer, he or she will have to go to university for three or four years to study law. However, if someone wants to be a doctor, they will need good grades in biology and other science subjects. With good grades, they can go to university and do their basic medical training which is six years. But their studying doesn’t finish at university. They then have to study at the hospital for another two or three years.

The careers advisor also helps students who don't have the grades to go to university. The advisor helps the students with their CV and shows them how to find and apply for jobs. Sometimes there are short courses they can do to learn a new skill quickly. For example, they can go on a hairdressing course and then learn more while they work. Some organizations offer training on the job, such as factories and farms. The government has many areas which offer possibilities for those who can't go to university. Students can join the army and be trained to become a soldier, or if they want, they could become a sailor with the navy.

So I guess that now I shouldn't be feeling so anxious. When the time comes, I'll make sure I'll ask a careers advisor for help.

(Adapted from Simply B1 Preliminary for School)

How do career advisors meet the students?
  • in a small group
  • in individual meetings
  • all the class together
  • the whole school at the same time
What does the advisor look for before giving advice?
  • what the student isn't very good at
  • university courses in other countries
  • what the student is better at
  • the student's CV and folder
What happens after studying medicine at a university?
  • The student must go on to study biology as well.
  • The student can train others to become doctors, too.
  • The student can practice medicine immediately after.
  • The student carries on learning for another few years.
How do advisors help students with not very good grades?
  • They show them the best way to get a job.
  • They help them with on-the-job training.
  • They give extra classes to help them get to university.
  • They take them to a farm and a factory to show them their options.
What would Sam text to a friend who seeks career advice?
  • I'm as worried as you are as I don't know what options are available for us.
  • I guess you could ask your parents for help; that's what I did.
  • There is no need to panic as there are people at school that can help you with that.
  • Your teachers will make career decisions for you so that you don't have to deal with it.

Choose the word that is different from the rest.

  • anything
  • anyone
  • anymore
  • anywhere

Choose the word that is different from the rest.

  • triangle
  • square
  • circle
  • shape

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

Katty is a little nervous about leaving the kids at home all alone.

  • serious
  • pleased
  • worried
  • difficult

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

According to a recent newspaper article, the company is worth over $20 billion.

  • sentence
  • writing
  • title
  • report