Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 44

1/12/2021 5:42:00 PM

Neil Armstrong, _____ on the moon, lived in the USA.

  • which first walked
  • who first walked
  • that first walked
  • whom first walked

Rose is the black sheep in the family. She is always in _____ with the police.

  • contrast
  • judgment
  • trouble
  • awareness

You will _____ the entrance exam if you work hard.

  • pass
  • take
  • sit
  • succeed

We will _____ our old friends next Sunday.

  • to meet
  • meet
  • meeting
  • meets

She isn't _____ to start driving until next year.

  • too old
  • old enough
  • enough old
  • old too

He cleaned his room before _____ out with his friends.

  • go
  • going
  • to go
  • have gone
One condition of this job is that you must be _____ to work at weekends.
  • available
  • capable
  • acceptable
  • accessible

A new hotel _____ near our house since last month.

  • was building
  • has been built
  • has built
  • will be built

It is hard _____ us to persuade him to believe what we said.

  • to
  • of
  • for
  • with

Frank is a freshman at _____ University of Liverpool.

  • the
  • a
  • an
  • Ø (no article)

A rock is _____.

  • something living found in nature
  • a solid made out of minerals
  • how shiny something is
  • a way of classifying minerals

Seoul is the capital of _____.

  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Jamaica
  • Sweden

Today, _____ is the most popular language in the world.

  • Chinese
  • English
  • Spanish
  • French

Mrs. Smith: “Help yourselves to the beef and chicken, children!”

Billy: “_____”

  • Yes. Why not?
  • Yes, please.
  • Oh, thank you!
  • Just feel at home.

David is talking to his friend, Monica.

David: “_____”

Monica: “Good luck to you”.

  • I don’t like rock music.
  • Have a nice day.
  • I’m taking a test this afternoon.
  • How do you do?

A porter is talking to Mary in the hotel lobby.

The porter: "May I help you with your suitcase?"

Mary: "_____"

  • What a shame!
  • Me too.
  • Yes, please.
  • You're welcome.

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

To Camp or Not to Camp?

When I asked a group of my friends this question, everybody had a strong opinion. Camping was either terrible or wonderful - there was nothing in between. I think it depends on your childhood: if you had fun camping when you were a kid, then that was the beginning of a life-long enjoyment. But the opposite could also be true! The message for families is clear.

Personally, I loved camping when I was a child and I still do today. My father worked in the oil industry and my family moved from city to city. I was quite lonely, I realize now. I never felt that the holidays we spent in other cities were real holidays; real holidays were the ones when we got out into the countryside and slept in tents. I think every family should have that experience. And even though I still live and work in a big city, this remains my opinion.

The camping I remember was out there, up mountains, in forests, by rivers - not stuck in campsites. If you're camping with friends or family, that's who you want to be with, not all the other people you meet in campsites. They're too safe - although they do have great showers and shops, and they are reasonable value for money. In fact, a night at a site once in a while let you all get your clothes clean and stock up with food. But, wherever you go, don't pack lots of things: keep it basic and you'll have a better time.

We took my children camping last summer. We could see they loved it: the freedom, cooking on a fire, looking at the stars at night. I like to think that they understood the value of fresh air and water, sunshine, running and swimming and that it meant more to them than expensive beach holidays.

What is the writer's main purpose in writing the text?
  • To explain how to prepare for a camping trip.
  • To encourage families to go camping together.
  • To describe his childhood camping experiences.
  • To persuade parents to let their children go camping.
What does the writer say in the second paragraph?
  • He spent a lot of time with his parents when he was young.
  • He had a happy childhood.
  • He has always taken his holidays in the countryside.
  • He has always lived in cities.
What does the writer say about campsites?
  • It is useful to stay at campsites occasionally.
  • It is too expensive to stay at campsites.
  • They don't usually have enough facilities.
  • They are a good place to make friends.
What does he hope his children learned on their last camping holiday?
  • The importance of simple things.
  • How to save money.
  • The names of stars.
  • How to cook food.

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

A piece of land completely surrounded by water (6 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank

To say or tell people something more than once. (6 letters):

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

Unwilling to work or be active; doing as little as possible. (4 letters):

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb: "Birds in their little _____ agree" (5 letters):