Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 1

9/29/2020 2:09:00 PM
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • unite
  • underline
  • university
  • uniform
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • campus
  • habit
  • actor

  • danger

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

  • teach

  • chocolate

  • architect

  • cheap

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

  • magazines

  • newspapers

  • vegetables

  • biscuits

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

  • linked
  • declared
  • finished
  • developed

Ha Noi is much _____ Vinh Phuc province.

  • more busy than
  • most busiest
  • busier than
  • more busier than

I don't like to eat out because it isn't easy to find a restaurant _____ has good food and service.

  • who
  • which
  • whom
  • whose

They have lived in England _____ 1994.

  • since
  • ever
  • in
  • for

The summer is coming, _____ we plan to go to Vung Tau.

  • therefore
  • but
  • so
  • though

There are _____ biscuits in the packet.

  • a few
  • a little
  • a lot
  • much

Minh drew that picture _____. No one helped him.

  • himself
  • herself
  • hisself
  • Minh’s self
_____ they study hard, they won’t pass the exam.
  • If
  • Despite
  • Unless
  • Because

If you don't know what a word means, try to guess the meaning, or _____ the word in the dictionary.

  • face up
  • look up
  • pick up
  • give up
It is predicted that _____ computing technology will increase in value at _____ same time it will decrease in cost.
  • ∅ / the
  • a / the
  • the / a
  • a / ∅

Astronauts _____ in their spaceship, but they frequently work outside now.

  • were used to stay
  • used to stay
  • were staying
  • had used to stay

I don't like hot weather. Thirty degrees _____ too hot for me.

  • was
  • are
  • were
  • is

He feeds the chickens and _____ their eggs.

  • collections
  • collects
  • collective
  • collectors
She isn’t very _____ on going to Spain again this summer vacation.
  • fond
  • keen
  • eager
  • interested

The United States has a (an) _____ of around 250 million.

  • territory
  • addition
  • instruction
  • population

You may have had certain eating habits for so long that you do not _____ they are unhealthy.

  • recognize
  • realize
  • understand
  • tell

The Internet has increasingly developed and become a _____ of our everyday life.

  • piece
  • part
  • reason
  • cause
They are _____ that their son won the championship.
  • delighted
  • pleasing
  • sad
  • interesting

Do you know what time the train _____ for London?

  • gets
  • reaches
  • arrives
  • leaves

Many people think chatting on the internet is _____.

  • time-consumed
  • consumed-time
  • consuming-time
  • time-consuming

I suggest that we should _____ people from catching fish by using electricity.

  • let
  • relate
  • prohibit
  • encourage

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

like/ you/ dinner/ at/ tonight/ my house/ Would/ have/ to/ ?

  • Would you like to have dinner at my house tonight?
  • Would you have dinner to like at my house tonight?
  • Would you like have dinner to at my house tonight?
  • Would you like tonight at my house to have dinner?

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

large/ animals/ coats/ are/ with/ thick/ shy/ fur/ Bears/.

  • Bear are large shy animals with fur thick coats.
  • Bears are shy large animals with thick fur coats.
  • Bears are thick shy animals with large fur coats.
  • Bears are with fur coats shy large thick animals.

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence

how/ do/ Jack/ sports/ Tom/ and/ often/ play/ ?

  • How often do Jack and Tom play sports?
  • How do Jack and Tom play sports often?
  • How often Jack and Tom do play sports?
  • How do Jack often and Tom play sports?

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

dinner/ when/ get/ home/ we/ have/ Let’s/.

  • Let’s have home when we get dinner.
  • Let’s have dinner get when we home.
  • Let’s have dinner when we get home.
  • Let’s have get dinner when we home.

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

takes/ by coach/ about/ It/ to get/ Hoa Binh/ to/ us/ hours/ two/.

  • It takes about two hours us to get to Hoa Binh by coach.
  • It takes us by coach about two hours to get to Hoa Binh.
  • It takes us about two hours to get to Hoa Binh by coach.
  • It takes us to get to Hoa Binh by coach about two hours.

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

reading/ books/ to/ comedians/ watching/ My/ prefers/ brother/ comic/.

  • My brother prefers reading comic books to watching comedians.
  • My brother prefers reading comedians books to watching comic.
  • My brother prefers to reading comic books watching comedians.
  • My brother prefers to watching comedians reading comic books.

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence.

information/ entertainment/ also/ is/ TV/ only/ but/ not/ bringing/.

  • TV is but also bringing entertainment not only information.
  • TV is bringing entertainment not only but also information.
  • TV is not bringing information only also but entertainment.
  • TV is bringing not only information but also entertainment.

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

His story was so funny that it made us all laugh.

  • His story couldn't make us laugh.
  • His story was very funny and we couldn’t help laughing.
  • We all laughed at him for his story.
  • His story was too funny to laugh.

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

“I’m sorry I gave you the wrong number”, said Paul to Susan.

  • Paul denied giving Susan the wrong number.
  • Paul apologized to Susan for giving the wrong number.
  • Paul thanked to Susan for giving the wrong number.
  • Paul accused Susan of giving him the wrong number.

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

She has known how to play the piano for 5 years.

  • She didn’t play the piano 5 years ago.
  • She started playing the piano 5 years ago.
  • She played the piano 5 years ago.
  • The last time she played the piano was 5 years ago.

Read the passage and answer the questions.

The Ants and the Grasshopper

One bright day in late autumn a family of Ants was bustling about in the warm sunshine, drying out the grain they had stored up during the summer, when a starving Grasshopper, his fiddle under his arm, came up and humbly begged for a bite to eat.

"What!" cried the Ants in surprise. "Haven't you stored anything away for the winter? What in the world were you doing all last summer?

"I didn't have time to store up any food," whined the Grasshopper. "I was so busy making music that before I knew it the summer was gone."

The Ants shrugged their shoulders in disgust.

"Making music, were you?" they cried. "Very well; now dance!" And they turned their backs on the Grasshopper and went on with their work.

There's a time for work and a time for play.

(Adapted from readworks.org)

What did the Grasshopper beg the family of Ants for?
  • water to drink
  • a bite to eat
  • a place to sleep
  • help fixing his fiddle
What motivates the Grasshopper to talk to the Ants?
  • The Grasshopper is starving, and the Ants have food.
  • The Grasshopper has food, and the Ants are starving.
  • The Grasshopper is thirsty, and the Ants have water.
  • The Grasshopper has water, and the Ants are thirsty.
Based on the information in the text, what is the best time to store food?
  • the winter
  • the spring
  • the summer
  • the autumn

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Paulina,

I just want to say thank you for your help this semester. I was struggling a lot with math, but then my math teacher told me about the peer-to-peer tutoring program. I am grateful to have found someone like you who volunteered for the program. Thank you for teaching me how to solve all those difficult math questions. I got my report card today, and I got a B plus! I wouldn't have passed without your help.

I baked you some cookies as a token of my appreciation. I hope you enjoy them. Thank you again for all your help. I hope you have a great summer!

Sincerely,
Ellie

How did Ellie meet Paulina?
  • Through a school program
  • In math class
  • Through her homeroom teacher
Why did Ellie thank Paulina?
  • Paulina did Ellie's math homework.
  • Paulina helped Ellie study math.
  • Paulina made cookies for Ellie.

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

In Africa, people celebrate with joy the birth of a new baby. The Pygmies would sing a birth-song to the child. In Kenya, the mother takes the baby strapped to her back into the thorn enclosure where the cattle are kept. There, her husband and the village elders wait to give the child his or her name.

In West Africa, after the baby is eight days old, the mother takes the baby for its first walk in the big, wide world, and friends and family are invited to meet the new baby. In various African nations, they hold initiation ceremonies for groups of children instead of birthdays. When children reach a certain designated age, they learn the laws, beliefs, customs, songs, and dances of their tribes. Some African tribes consider that children from nine to twelve are ready to be initiated into the grown-up world. They may have to carry out several tests.

Maasai boys around thirteen years old to seventeen undergo a two-stage initiation. The first stage lasts about three months. The boys leave their parents' homes, paint their bodies white, and are taught how to become young warriors. At the end of this stage, they have their heads shaved and they are also circumcised. At the second stage, the young warriors grow their hair long and live in a camp called a “manyatta” where they practice hunting the wild animals that might attack the Maasai herds. This stage may last a few years. When they are ready, they will marry and become owners of large cattle herds like their fathers. The girls are initiated when they are fourteen or fifteen. They are taught by the older women about the duties of marriage and how to care for babies. Soon after that they are married and lead a life similar to that of their mothers.

What does the passage mainly discuss?
  • Celebrations in Africa.
  • Birthday ceremonies for children in Africa.
  • Traditions of Maasai people when having a new baby.
  • Activities in a birth celebration.
Where do people in Kenya give the name to the child?
  • at the village church
  • on the cattle farm
  • at their house
  • near the thorn fence
Which of the following is NOT mentioned in paragraph 2?
  • An eight-day-old child will be taken for the first walk by his or her mother.
  • Children have to learn their tribes' cultures and traditions when they are old enough.
  • Children are initiated for a mature life in the presence of their friends and family.
  • Children have to overcome a few trials to enter the grown-up world.
The word "undergo" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.
  • commence
  • experience
  • participate in
  • explore
What does the word "they" in paragraph 3 refer to?
  • the Maasai herds
  • the wild animals
  • the young warriors
  • the cattle owners