Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 3

9/29/2020 2:10:00 PM
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • deal
  • teach
  • break
  • clean

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

  • repaired
  • prevented
  • agreed
  • conserved
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • sick
  • sure
  • sand
  • stand

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

  • large
  • art
  • cat
  • car

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

  • chopstick

  • charity

  • children

  • christmas

His father, _____ is a university professor, is very generous.

  • that
  • who
  • whom
  • whose

I usually _____ my younger sisters when my parents are away on business.

  • take care of
  • look for
  • take charge of
  • take after

Not only my son but also I _____ tired from walking so far.

  • is
  • am
  • were
  • was

The food wasn't bad, but I'd _____ to go somewhere else next time.

  • rather
  • prefer
  • better
  • liked
If we reuse bottles and cans, we _____ a large amount of garbage.
  • will reduce
  • would have reduced
  • would reduce
  • wouldn't reduce

Tourists are impressed by the _____ of Vietnamese people.

  • friendly
  • friendliness
  • friend
  • friendship

He has _____ free time.

  • lots
  • few
  • a lot of
  • many

Although he coughed badly, he _____ no effort to stop smoking.

  • had
  • made
  • took
  • did

My mother is the only one that I can absolutely confide _____.

  • in
  • up
  • with
  • for

The doctor advised me _____.

  • not to smoke
  • not smoking
  • to not smoke
  • smoke not

_____ having the best qualifications among all applicants, Justin was not offered the job.

  • Although
  • Because of
  • Despite of
  • In spite of
How do we know what _____ universe is supposed to look like?
  • a
  • an
  • the
  • 0

Nam checked to make sure he had his _____ and passport.

  • ticket
  • wallet
  • money
  • package

In my family, my father always takes charge of doing the _____ lifting.

  • strong
  • hard
  • heavy
  • huge

If you want to see historical places, it is a good idea to go on a guided _____.

  • voyage
  • visit
  • tour
  • cruise

Reading is the best way to _____ your vocabulary in any language.

  • improve
  • increase
  • raise
  • put up

Housework is less tiring and boring thanks to the invention of _____ devices.

  • labor-saving
  • environment-friendly
  • pollution-free
  • time-consuming

We knelt down in a place of worship and _____ for peace.

  • impressed
  • depended
  • said
  • prayed

And then the _____ will drop to about 10C.

  • weather
  • atmosphere
  • temperature
  • climate

He spends a lot of time _____ the web every day.

  • responding
  • looking
  • walking
  • surfing

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

Why/ music/ very/ important/ is/ her/ to/?

  • Why is her very important to music?
  • Why is music important very to her?
  • Why is music very important to her?
  • Why is very important music to her?

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

hard/ don’t/ too/ because/ Science/ I/ my/ is/ enjoy/ it/ homework/ doing

  • I don’t too enjoy doing my homework Science because it is hard.
  • I don’t enjoy doing my Science homework because it is too hard.
  • I don’t enjoy doing my Science homework too because it is hard.
  • I don’t enjoy my Science homework because it is too hard doing.

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

baths/ I/ as/ as/ taking showers/ twice/ suggest/ because/ water/ use/ showers/ much/.

  • I suggest taking showers because showers use twice as much water as baths.
  • I suggest use showers because taking showers use twice water as much as baths.
  • I suggest taking showers because baths use twice as much water as showers.
  • I suggest use showers because baths use twice water as much as taking showers.

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

my family/ The/ is/ so/ expensive/ apartment/ cannot/ it/ buy/ that/.

  • The apartment is expensive so that my family cannot buy it.
  • The apartment is so expensive that my family cannot buy it.
  • The apartment is that expensive so my family cannot buy it.
  • The apartment is expensive that my family cannot buy it so.

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

My/ used/ play/ when/ he/ uncle/ to/ young/ was/ hockey/.

  • My uncle was young when he used hockey to play.
  • My uncle play hockey when he used to was young.
  • My uncle used hockey to play when he was young.
  • My uncle used to play hockey when he was young.

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

need/ work/ order/ in/ They/ extra/ the/ effectively/ computers/ to/ most/.

  • They need extra computers in order to work the most effectively.
  • They need the most computers in order to work extra effectively.
  • They need extra computers in to order the most effectively work.
  • They need extra computers to the most effectively work in order.

Rearrange the order of the given words to make a complete sentence.

for/ to be/ their/ more/ Students/ studies/ responsible/ tend/.

  • Students tend to be for responsible their studies more.
  • Students tend their studies to be more responsible for.
  • Students to tend be more responsible for their studies.
  • Students tend to be more responsible for their studies.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the given sentence.

They started working in this company 6 weeks ago.

  • They have started working in this company for 6 weeks.
  • They have worked in this company for 6 weeks.
  • They have worked in this company since 6 weeks.
  • They have worked in this company 6 weeks ago.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the given sentence.

He broke my watch.

  • My watch were broken.
  • My watch be broken.
  • My watch is broken.
  • My watch was broken.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the given sentence.

I could not get the job because I did not speak English well.

  • I failed to get the job because of my poor English.
  • Depite my poor English, I was successfull in the job.
  • I wish I had got the job so that I could speak English well.
  • I would have spoken English well if I could get the job.

Read the text. Then answer the questions.

Skateboarding

by Rachel Martin, aged 11

I've practised skateboarding for 18 months now, and I was the youngest person in a street skateboarding competition last year. I spend my free time at my town's new skatepark - I rarely stay at home and watch TV.

Before the new skatepark was built this year, the nearest skatepark was in a town 10 km away. Some of my older friends went there, but my mum wouldn't let me go because I wasn't old enough. The only place to skate was on the pavements, but then I fell and injured my arm. I wasn't popular with pedestrians either, so I stopped! Nowadays, though, I can use the new skatepark in the evenings - it's got huge lights, so you can use it even at night.

We've got a skatepark at our school now, too. It keeps us fit! The school skatepark is dangerous for smaller children like my little brother, though, as the teenage students also use their rollerskates or ride their BMX bikes there. I guess they prefer it because the skatepark in town is pretty busy.

I've always found schoolwork easy, but skateboarding is hard! My favourite trick is jumping over boxes. Doing things like that really makes you concentrate, which is a challenge, but it's something I really enjoy. My older sister works as a skateboard instructor, so one day I'd like to be like her. It's unusual for girls to skate around here, so although I love it, it's a bit lonely. I'd like more girls to join in!

What does Rachel say about the skatepark at her school?

  • It allows younger children to practise their skating.
  • It takes too many people away from other sports.
  • It is used for several different activities.

What does Rachel like about skateboarding?

  • having to think carefully
  • learning new skills from her sister
  • doing an activity with girls of her own age

What does Rachel want to do in the future?

  • a skateboard competitor
  • a skateboard instructor
  • a skateboard player

Read the letter. Then answer the questions.

Dear Douglas,

I just read your assignment about Martin Luther King, Jr. I enjoyed reading it, but I couldn’t stop thinking that it would have been better if you had provided more details about his work. You wrote a good summary about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s great achievements, but I couldn't find any of your thoughts on his life. I want you to consider adding your thoughts during the revision period, which lasts until next Friday. As you already know, I give extra points on revised draft, so this is your chance to earn more points for your grade. If you need any help, come and see me. Good luck!

Sincerely,

C. Chadwick

Why did Mr. Chadwick write a letter to Douglas?

  • To give him feedback on an assignment
  • To inform him about his final grade
  • To ask him about Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life

What did Mr. Chadwick suggest that Douglas do?

  • Change the topic for his assignment
  • Revise his paper
  • Study hard for the test

Read the following passage. Then answer the questions.


Books and reading are a very important part of education. If you go into someone's house in the modern world, they will usually have some sort of bookshelf full of books that they like to read. Some very educated or book-loving people have large rooms full of books.

Nowadays, you can have many books without needing a room to store them. The Internet is making it more efficient for people to read. Web sites now make it easy for people to buy books. Thousands of books are available online. You can buy used books or new books. Now you can even buy electronic books. The Kindle, released by the web site Amazon, allows people to download books online and read them on the device. People can download hundreds of books at a time and put them on this small, handheld e-book reader.

The personal libraries of the past still look good and many people still like to have paper books, but e-book readers like the Kindle are changing things fast. Now people can carry huge libraries with them anywhere. People can read books for a lot cheaper as well. Books bought electronically are inexpensive because they do not have to be printed. They are stored in files and sold straight to the device. The Kindle and other reading devices are going to change book-buying and reading forever.

What would be the best title for the passage?

  • A New Age of Writing
  • Libraries Lost and Forgotten
  • Changes in the Reading Culture
  • Electronics Replacing Written Literature

The author mentions all of the following EXCEPT

  • carrying huge libraries everywhere.
  • the Internet making it easier for people to read.
  • books and reading as an important part of education.
  • where to buy inexpensive books in North America.

What do the Kindle and other e-book readers allow people to do?

  • Read faster
  • Read books with friends
  • Travel with more books
  • Buy more books in stores

In paragraph 3, the word "They" refers to

  • books.
  • people.
  • libraries.
  • readers.

What are the Kindle and other reading devices going to do to reading?

  • Destroy it
  • Make it difficult
  • Make it different
  • Make people stop reading