Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 2

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

  • ready

  • mean

  • head

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

  • believe
  • neighbor
  • ceiling
  • movie
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • stamp

  • sew

  • opposite

  • bookstore

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

  • talked

  • missed

  • learned

  • watched

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

  • removes
  • admires
  • changes
  • divides

Sandy knew that many _____ were living in the walls of the old houses.

  • mouses
  • mouse
  • mice
  • mices

I've got _____ really good friends.

  • a few
  • a little
  • little
  • much

Her mother bought her _____ uniform yesterday.

  • a
  • an
  • the
  • 0
Chicken eggs will not hatch _____ they are kept at the proper temperature.
  • because
  • unless
  • even though
  • only if

The train will leave in five minutes so you _____ better hurry up.

  • had
  • should
  • will
  • would

Sarah is _____ at chemistry than Susan.

  • good
  • well
  • better
  • best

There _____ a lot of people at the party last night.

  • did
  • had
  • was
  • were

Mark hopes _____ a small part in the school play.

  • to get
  • getting
  • get
  • got

Dana admitted _____ hurt by what I had said.

  • feeling
  • have felt
  • to feel
  • felt
_____ in that company?
  • Do shoes make
  • Are shoes be made
  • Shoes are made
  • Are shoes made

Jack _____ his best suit to make a good impression on his future in-laws.

  • took on
  • took off
  • put on
  • put off

Everything was much _____ for us to get anything.

  • too expensive
  • cheap enough
  • enough cheap
  • so expensive

His choice of future career is quite similar _____ mine.

  • with
  • at
  • for
  • to

I can’t believe you _____ Charlie in that chess game.

  • took
  • scored
  • won
  • beat
Most people consider it women's _____ to take care of children and do housework.
  • limit
  • relationship
  • responsibility
  • respect
A water polo cap is used to _____ the players’ heads and to identify them.
  • tie
  • penalize
  • protect
  • move

Food in Northern Vietnam is not as _____ as that in Central and Southern Vietnam, as black pepper is often used rather than chilies.

  • strong
  • sour
  • spicy
  • exciting
She likes meeting people and travelling so she wants to apply for a _____ of a receptionist or tourist guide.
  • location
  • position
  • site
  • work
The International Red Cross has about 97 million volunteers whose main _____ is to protect human life and health.
  • mission
  • experience
  • organization
  • rule

As she is so _____ with her present job, she has decided to leave.

  • satisfy
  • satisfied
  • satisfying
  • unsatisfied

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

be/ future/ What/ you/ to/ in/ would/ the/ like/?

  • What would you like to be in the future?
  • What would you to be like in the future?
  • What would like you to be in the future?
  • What would in the future like you to be?

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

looking forward/ the/ I’m/ exhibition/ to/ visiting/ it/ when/ opens/.

  • I’m looking to the exhibition when it opens forward visiting.
  • I’m looking forward to visiting the exhibition when it opens.
  • I’m looking forward the exhibition when it opens to visiting.
  • I’m looking to visiting the exhibition forward when it opens.

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

stomach/ big/ that/ ground/ My dog's/ touches/ so/ is/ the/ it/.

  • My dog's stomach touches the ground that it is so big.
  • My dog's the stomach touches that ground it is so big.
  • My dog's stomach is so big the ground that it touches.
  • My dog's stomach is so big that it touches the ground.

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

asked/ He/ they/ were/ him/ following/ the paparazzi/ why/.

  • He asked why they the paparazzi were following him.
  • He asked they why the paparazzi were following him.
  • He asked the paparazzi why were they following him.
  • He asked the paparazzi why they were following him.

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

easy/ I/ not/ good food and service/ look for/ which/ has/ find/ it/ a restaurant/.

  • I look for a restaurant which has good food and service to find it not easy.
  • I look for good food and service which it has not easy to find a restaurant.
  • I find it not easy to look for a restaurant which has good food and service.
  • I find it easy to look for a restaurant which has not good food and service.

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

to/ tsunami/ I/ I/ how/ wish/ knew/ control/ the/.

  • I knew how I wish to control the tsunami.
  • I knew to control the tsunami how I wish.
  • I wish I knew how to control the tsunami.
  • I wish how I knew to control the tsunami.

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

you,/ I/ around/ I/ If/ world/ were/ would/ the/ go/.

  • If I would go around the world, I were you.
  • If I were you, I would go around the world.
  • If I were around the world, I would go you.
  • If I would were you, I go around the world.

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

The last time I saw Rose was three years ago.

  • I haven’t seen Rose since three years.
  • I haven’t seen Rose three years ago.
  • I didn’t see Rose for three years.
  • I haven’t seen Rose for three years.

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

"Why don't you ask the teacher for help?" Peter asked me.

  • Peter told me the reason why I did not ask the teacher for help.
  • Peter suggested that he should ask the teacher for help.
  • Peter recommended me not to ask the teacher for help.
  • Peter advised me to ask the teacher for help.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to this one.

He couldn’t come to the conference because he was seriously ill.

  • His illness was very serious that he couldn’t come to the conference.
  • Although he was ill, he came to the conference.
  • He couldn’t come to the conference, so he became seriously ill.
  • Because of his serious illness, he couldn’t come to the conference.

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

The Artist

People think being an artist must be a wonderful way to earn one's living. And of course, there are lots of great things about working for oneself, at home alone, even in a cold studio like mine. What I really like is that nobody tells me what time to start in the morning. I like to paint as soon as I wake up, which is always early, but isn't the same time every day. And nobody tells me what to wear, or whether I can take the afternoon off and go to a football match.

But then, I have no one to chat with when I'm bored, no one to discuss last night's match with during the office lunch hour. Sure, I can spend the afternoon doing something I enjoy like cycling or gardening if I choose. But the work will still be there when I do finally get back home.

Unfortunately, working at home means that people can always find me, whether I'm bored or not, and once I've answered the doorbell, it's too late - my thoughts have been interrupted. No one would dream of calling in if I worked in an office, but I find myself listening to friends' troubles. As they talk, my ideas disappear and I feel increasingly stressed thinking of my work waiting to be done.

However, when I hear the traffic news on the radio, and imagine my friends sitting miserably in their cars in a jam, feeling bored, or waiting unhappily for an overcrowded tram in the rain, I realize that I really haven't got much to complain about. I find a CD which will start me thinking, turn it up really loudly and begin another picture.

(Adapted from Pet practice tests plus 1)

What is the writer trying to do in the text?
  • encourage readers to work at home.
  • explain why he has changed his job.
  • describe his working life.
  • say how he would like to work.
What does the writer like about his life?
  • He has plenty of opportunities for sport.
  • He is his own boss.
  • He needn't work in the morning.
  • He has a comfortable place to work.
The writer plays loud music because
  • the traffic outside is noisy.
  • it helps him to have ideas.
  • it prevents him from feeling bored.
  • he dislikes listening to the radio.

Read the email. Then answer the questions.

Charles,

You know that we are going camping this weekend. I have been making the plans all day and conclude that we have two choices for our trip. We can spend most of our time at the beach. This would be relaxing and we would all get to swim. The other option is hiking. There is a very famous trail and there are supposed to be lots of beautiful trees. We only have time for one of them. Which would you like to do?

Love,

Mother

Which is NOT a choice the family has for the trip?

  • To go swimming at the beach
  • To relax at a resort
  • To hike a trail

Who is making plans for the trip?

  • The mom
  • The dad
  • The son

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

Trading is a way for people to exchange goods. People have been trading goods since the beginning of time. The way goods are traded has become more convenient as people’s lives have become busier and more complex.

Goods that were hard to find were used to make the first trades. Cows, salt, and tea are some examples. However, as people traveled farther from their homes to trade with others, these goods became difficult to carry and store.

Metal objects were introduced as money as early as 500 B.C. Precious metals such as gold and silver were used to make coins. But carrying a lot of coins was heavy. Paper money was created to be used in larger trades. Coins were still used for smaller trades.

The invention of the computer led to electronic money. Credit cards were first introduced in the mid-twentieth century. Other forms of electronic money include phone cards and gift cards. The wallet phone is the latest form of electronic money. It is a cellphone that can make trades through a wireless connection.

Which title best summarizes the main idea of the passage?
  • Forms of Electronic Money
  • Goods that are Hard to Find
  • The Changing Forms of Trading
  • The Best Kinds of Money to Use
How has the way people trade goods changed?
  • It takes more time.
  • It costs more to do.
  • It is more convenient.
  • It is more complicated.
What is an example of good that was hard to find?
  • Coins
  • Cattle
  • Metal
  • Trips
Why does the author mention the computer?
  • To give examples of electronic money
  • To explain how electronic money began
  • To illustrate paper money’s unpopularity
  • To point out the popularity of the wallet phone
In the last paragraph, the word "It" refers to _____.
  • Trading
  • The computer
  • Electronic money
  • The wallet phone