Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 4

9/30/2020 8:14:00 AM
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • lemonade

  • stereo

  • hotel

  • television

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

  • meant

  • steak

  • bread
  • head
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • island
  • plastic

  • coast
  • jumpsuit

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

  • toothache
  • church
  • chemistry
  • stomach
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • crowded
  • exported
  • enjoyed
  • existed
ASEAN has _____ population of 575.5 million.
  • a
  • an
  • the

There was hardly _____ money left in my bank account.

  • more
  • no
  • some
  • any
I'm planning to go to the cinema this weekend _____ I get lots of homework.
  • unless
  • if
  • whether
  • provided

She’s one of the _____ teachers in the city.

  • most experienced
  • more experienced
  • as experienced
  • more experienced than
Adam plays the guitar _____ well – he should be a professional musician.
  • so
  • too
  • enough
  • no

He doesn’t have any problem getting to work at 8:00 in the morning because he _____ early.

  • used to get up
  • is used to getting up
  • used to getting up
  • is used to get up

Why are you turning on the TV? - I _____ the news.

  • will watch
  • am going to watch
  • watch
  • watched

My dog as well as my cats _____ twice a day.

  • has eaten
  • eat
  • eats
  • ate
People believe that he was _____ by an alien. That's ridiculous.
  • captures
  • capturing
  • captured
  • capture

Instead of _____ about the good news, Peter seemed to be indifferent.

  • being exciting
  • being excited
  • to excite
  • to be excited
It was _____ an interesting speech that everyone stayed till the end.
  • too
  • very
  • such
  • so
My phone runs _____ battery often.
  • off
  • out of
  • away
  • away from

Keeping a _____ for a few days will help you discover your bad eating habits.

  • diary
  • personal
  • food diary
  • report

If you study at university, you can live in a _____ on campus.

  • mobile room
  • hotel
  • private room
  • dormitory

If you want to save money, you should _____ the amount of water your family uses.

  • increase
  • adapt
  • repair
  • reduce

It takes me about three hours to _____ the report.

  • suffer
  • succeed
  • complete
  • invent

She asked me what _____ of learning English I found most difficult.

  • method
  • way
  • aspect
  • part

The air is _____ polluted by exhaust fume from cars.

  • carelessly
  • carefully
  • seriously
  • politely

My brother is going to a new school this year and he’s really _____ about it.

  • satisfied
  • nervous
  • primary
  • surprised

No one can _____ the advantages of using computers.

  • agree
  • accept
  • deny
  • refuse

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

to/ is/ wonderful/ How/ it/ you/ see/ !

  • How is it wonderful to see you!
  • How wonderful it is to see you!
  • How wonderful is it to see you!
  • How to see you it is wonderful!

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

doing/ long/ My parents/ as/ finish/ go/ allow/ I/ me/ my homework/ to/ as/.

  • My parents allow me to finish doing my homework as I go long as.
  • My parents allow me doing my homework as long as I finish to go.
  • My parents allow me go to as long as I finish doing my homework.
  • My parents allow me to go as long as I finish doing my homework.

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

friends/ lose/ His/ some/ that/ he/ weights/ suggest/.

  • His friends suggest that he lose some weights.
  • His friends suggest he lose some that weights.
  • His some friends suggest that he lose weights.
  • His friends lose some weights that he suggest.

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

despite/ holiday/ that/ enjoyed/ We/ was/ our/ it/ tiring/ fact/ walking/ the/.

  • We enjoyed the fact that our walking holiday despite it was tiring.
  • We enjoyed the fact our walking holiday despite that it was tiring.
  • We enjoyed our walking holiday despite the fact that it was tiring.
  • We enjoyed our walking holiday that despite the fact it was tiring.

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

young/ rather/ than/ games/ people/ computer/ of/ lot/ prefer/ A/ football/.

  • A lot of young people prefer computer games than football rather.
  • A lot of young people prefer computer games rather than football.
  • A lot of young people rather computer games than prefer football.
  • A lot of young people rather than computer games prefer football.

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

to/ Sorry/ you/ I/ that/ am/ not/ give/ able/ but/ information/.

  • Sorry but I am not to able give you that information.
  • Sorry you but I am not able to give that information.
  • Sorry but I am not able to give you that information.
  • Sorry but I am able not to give you that information.

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

paper/ wrapped/ recycled/ pretty/ nicely/ was/ packed/ and/ It/ in/.

  • It was pretty packed and wrapped in recycled nicely paper.
  • It was nicely packed and wrapped in pretty recycled paper.
  • It was packed and wrapped pretty in nicely recycled paper.
  • It was nicely packed and wrapped in recycled pretty paper.

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

She is more responsible than her brother.

  • She is as responsible as her brother.
  • Her brother isn't as responsible as she is.
  • She is less responsible than her brother.
  • Her brother is more responsible than she is.

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

It’s not necessary to have a license to cycle on the roads.

  • You need a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You don't have a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You might have a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You don't have to have a license to cycle on the roads.

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

She reminded her daughter of the table manners.

  • She wanted her daughter to be more polite while eating.
  • She wanted her daughter to eat a little more slowly.
  • She wanted her daughter to leave the dinner table.
  • She wanted her daughter to remember all meal time.

Read the text and answer the questions below.

Little Chefs

For one group of children aged between ten and fifteen, Saturdays are spent learning the art of serious cooking. Their weekly lessons in small classes are so popular that there is a waiting list of 30 children who want to do the course. Parents pay £280 for the course where their children can have fun and learn how to make good food.

Class member Bill, aged ten, says, "I love my mum's cooking and now I can do it better than her. The teachers make us laugh, especially when we sit down with them to share the food we've made."

Flora is twelve, and she's having problems preparing onions. "I love cooking. I did a meal for ten friends which they really enjoyed. Then my mum suggested I take up a hobby, instead of doing nothing at weekends. I was happy staying at home, so I wasn't too keen at first. I'm really glad I decided to come, though."

Their teacher, Philippe, says, "It's great fun. Children pay attention and remember things better than adults, although the kitchen isn't always as tidy when they're cooking! As adults, we're always learning more about food. If parents interest their children in cooking while they are young, they'll have enough skill to make food for themselves when they leave home."

What can a reader find out from this text?

  • which dishes students prefer to cook on the course
  • why the classes are so successful
  • how much one lesson costs
  • when the next classes begin

Why did Flora join the course?

  • Her friends persuaded her to do it.
  • She wanted to learn to cook a big meal.
  • She felt bored at weekends, with nothing to do.
  • Her mother wanted her to develop an interest.

What does Philippe say about his young students?

  • They will be confident about cooking in the future.
  • They have a good memory but don't always listen.
  • They keep the kitchen cleaner than adults do.
  • They teach their parents what they have learnt in class.

Read the letter. Answer the questions.

Dear Officer Keep, 

I just want to say thank you very much for catching the thief who stole my purse. I always knew that police officers did many things to keep our community safe and help the people in the community. However, I never thought my purse could get stolen at a coffee shop, and that I could actually use your help to find it. I don't know how to thank you enough for all your help. Thank you again for everything. 

Sincerely,

Lydia Williams 

Why did Lydia write a letter?

  • To thank the police officer for getting her purse back
  • To ask the police officer to find her purse
  • To report a lost wallet that she found at a coffee shop

Where was Lydia's purse stolen?

  • At the community center
  • On the street
  • At a coffee shop

Read the text and questions below. For each question, choose the correct answer.

A musical evening

Last night I went to see "Bennie", the musical which has just opened in the Albert Theatre in London.

There is of course already both a film and a book called 'Bennie', about a child who becomes a famous singer. I enjoyed the book so I was excited when I heard about the film. I was disappointed, however, when I finally saw it because unfortunately, they managed to make all the amusing parts of the book seem serious. It was also long and slow. I came to the musical without much hope but it was more entertaining than the film. They've had to change parts of the story but I really thought it was as good as the book. 

Apart from one actor whose voice isn't as strong as the others, I thought the acting was brilliant. AIthough the orchestra isn't very large, the music was perfect. I especially liked the piano and drums. Most of the parts in musicals I've seen recently have been for young actors. In several, as in "Bennie", the main part is for a child. I was surprised, therefore, when I realized at one point that three-quarters of the people on stage were at least 40 or over and some of them are very well known. This is a great advantage to the production.

I noticed that quite a few people didn't buy the program. The main complaint was that it was too expensive at £4. While it costs more than most programs, it was worth it. I didn't have time to read it all in the interval as it's huge and full of details but it's a lovely souvenir to take home

(Adapted from PET Practice Test Plus 2)

What is the writer trying to do?
  • say what happened in a musical
  • explain the reasons why a musical was written
  • suggest improvements that could be made to a musical
  • write a review of a musical
How did the writer feel about the film "Bennie"?
  • It was as bad as he had expected.
  • It wasn’t as funny as the book.
  • It needed to be longer.
  • It didn't follow the story closely enough.
How is the musical "Bennie" different from other recent musicals?
  • The actors are older.
  • It has a very young star.
  • The orchestra is bigger.
  • It has more actors in it.
What does the writer think of the program he bought?
  • He recommends it.
  • It cost too much.
  • He complained about it.
  • It contains too little information.
Which of these sentences appeared at the top of the text?
  • Journalist Jack Whittaker was pleased to have the chance to see one of the last performances of "Bennie".
  • Journalist Jack Whittaker watched the musical "Bennie", which is soon to be made into a film.
  • Journalist Jack Whittaker went to see "Bennie", the musical based on a book of the same name.
  • Journalist Jack Whittaker spent an evening watching "Bennie", the musical which has made its actors famous.