Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 5

10/1/2020 4:36:00 PM

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

  • cough
  • enough
  • weigh
  • laugh

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

  • teacher

  • clear

  • reason

  • mean

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

  • telephone
  • excellent
  • dressing
  • expensive

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

  • arrived
  • depended
  • arranged
  • changed

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

  • history
  • sugar
  • sort
  • success

Shona could _____ before she learnt to talk properly.

  • have sung
  • sing
  • be singing
  • have to sing

Too many trees in the forests are cut down; _____, there are big floods in the rainy season.

  • however
  • although
  • because
  • therefore
My father phoned me to say that he would come _____ home late.
  • a
  • an
  • the

- Do you like this jacket?

- Which _____?

  • other
  • another
  • ones
  • one
People _____ that the earth is round before.
  • were not used to believe
  • used to believing
  • would not use to believe
  • did not use to believe

- Hi. Are you going to the Paul Wells concert on Saturday night?

- I don’t know. I _____ of him.

  • have heard
  • have never heard
  • hear
  • will hear

Either you or your friend _____ in charge today.

  • are
  • is
  • was
  • were
Have you seen the girl _____?
  • that I told
  • I told you of
  • whom I told you
  • I told you of her

I'm really _____ about what to do - can you help me make a decision?

  • confusing
  • confused
  • convinced
  • convincing
The water supply of the building was _____ off because the pipes burst.
  • taken
  • held
  • cut
  • paid

Jenny and Kathy are arranging to see a new film.

Jenny: "Why don't you come over and see the new film with me?"

Kathy: "_____"

  • Oh, I'm afraid so.
  • Great! I'd love to.
  • Wow! I didn’t realize that.
  • You’re welcome.

I haven't got _____ to take a holiday this year.

  • too much time
  • enough time
  • time enough
  • time too much

I try to take exercise _____ as I want to stay healthy.

  • normally
  • slowly
  • regularly
  • rarely
Our teacher often said, “Who knows the answer? _____ your hand.”
  • Rise
  • Lift
  • Raise
  • Heighten

It's a very good _____ to make a real difference to children's lives.

  • occasion
  • event
  • opportunity
  • possibility

If you get _____ when speaking, take two deep breaths before you say something.

  • annoyed
  • nervous
  • pleased
  • unwilling
These quick and easy _____ can be effective in the short term, but they have a cost.
  • solve
  • solvable
  • solutions
  • solvability

What’s the _____ between New York and Chicago?

  • length
  • distance
  • space
  • gap
People believed that what they do on the first day of the year will _____ their luck during the whole year.
  • control
  • influence
  • exchange
  • result

The USA is a _____ country with over 80 ethnic groups.

  • multi-cultural
  • bi-lingual
  • rich
  • ethnic

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

him/ no one/ He/ person/ for long/ can/ with/ that/ such/ bad-tempered/ a/ is/ work/.

  • He is a such bad-tempered person that no one can work with him for long.
  • He is such a bad-tempered person that no one can work with him for long.
  • He is a bad-tempered person such that no one can work with him for long.
  • He is such bad-tempered a person that no one can work with him for long.

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

to/ like/ I/ return/ tomorrow/ ticket/ a/ get/ for/ would/.

  • I would like get a ticket to return for tomorrow.
  • I would to get like a return ticket for tomorrow.
  • I would like to get a return ticket for tomorrow.
  • I would to get like a ticket return for tomorrow.

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

car/ radio/ and/ was/ into/ taken/ the/ Their/ was/ broken/.

  • Their taken radio was and the car was broken into.
  • Their broken into car was and the radio was taken.
  • Their car was broken into and was taken the radio.
  • Their car was broken into and the radio was taken.

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

never/ any/ you/ you/ If/ think/ only/ of/ risks/ take/ will/ failure/ ,/ .

  • If you will only think of failure, you never take any risks.
  • If you only think of failure, you will never take any risks.
  • If you only think of any risks, you will never take failure.
  • If you will only think any risks, you never take of failure.

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

travelling/ way/ in/ What/ Japan/ is/ expensive/ least/ the/ of/ ?

  • What is the least expensive way of travelling in Japan?
  • What is least expensive way of the travelling in Japan?
  • What is of the least expensive way travelling in Japan?
  • What is expensive way of travelling in Japan the least?

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

gold/ old/ Chinese/ What/ a/ watch/ beautiful/ !

  • What a gold beautiful old Chinese watch!
  • What a gold old beautiful Chinese watch!
  • What a beautiful old Chinese gold watch!
  • What a Chinese beautiful old gold watch!

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

hungry/ I/ lunch/ big/ still/ though/ even/ a/ had/ feel/ I/.

  • I still had a big lunch even though I feel hungry.
  • I still feel hungry even though I had a big lunch.
  • I still feel even hungry though I had a big lunch.
  • I still even had a big lunch though I feel hungry.

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

Children tend to learn English better than adults.

  • Adults tend to be the best at learning English.
  • Children do not learn English as well as adults.
  • Adults tend to learn English worse than children.
  • Children tend to learn English more than adults.

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

Tom regrets to say that he has left his tickets at home.

  • Tom regrets leaving the tickets at home
  • Tom was sorry that he has left the tickets at home
  • Tom wishes he hadn't left the ticket at home
  • Tom regrets to leave the ticket at home

Choose the rewrite sentence that it means almost the same as the following sentence.

She hasn't gone to the school library for three months.

  • She last went to the school library for three months.
  • She last went to the school library three months ago.
  • She last went to the school library for three months ago.
  • She last went to the school library three months.

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

Lake Vinney

My favorite place for watersports is Lake Vinney, but it has only existed since 1975; when the valley was filled with water to provide electricity. Under the water is the village, Vinnthorpe. Last week I talked to Pat Smithers, who runs a shop on the edge of the lake and looks after the huge car park. She gets up early to travel to her shop to sell newspapers and food and doesn't finish work till late because of the car park. She said drowning the village was the best thing that ever happened, as it brought a lot of business to the area, and the number of visitors from all over the country continues to increase, especially as there is a new road which means it is easier to get to. When I asked people enjoying the watersports, they said they never thought about drowned houses and streets. When I spoke to some people sitting in the cafe overlooking the lake, I was surprised to find they still get angry about what happened. They used to live in Vinnthorpe and were moved to other places in the area, among them thirty children who are now middle-aged, but they still miss the village. They say that nobody asked them what they wanted - they were told one day that everything was decided. They were separated from their friends and had to get buses to new schools instead of walking there together. It is a shame that these people lost their homes, and I hope something similar never happens again in the future. I would miss the watersports if they weren't there, however, and I must say that I hadn't ever thought about what was under the water until last week.

What is the writer trying to do?
  • describe what people think about the drowned village.
  • persuade people to take up watersports on Lake Vinney.
  • discuss what might happen to Lake Vinney in the future.
  • explain why people like living by Lake Vinney.
What do we learn about Pat Smithers?
  • She lives beside the lake.
  • She used to live in Vinnthorpe.
  • She often visits the area on holiday.
  • She earns her living near Lake Vinney.
What does the writer think about Vinnthorpe?
  • He agrees with Pat Smithers.
  • He feels sorry for the people who lived there.
  • He thinks it should now be forgotten.
  • He has always felt guilty about waterskiing there.

Read the email. Answer the questions.

To: Cory

From: Daniella

Subject: Our friend Lee

Thank you for telling us again that Lee is moving to a new school next week. The art class is his favorite class, and I thought we could make a painting for him as a present. Do you think this is a good idea?

I do not have any paint at home, so I am going to the art store tomorrow after school with my mom. We can work on the painting together. Lee’s last day at our school is Friday, so we have to finish it before then. Let me know what you think.

Daniella

Why is Daniella going to the store?
  • To buy paint
  • To help her mother
  • To choose a present for Lee
Why does Daniella write to Cory?
  • To tell him that Lee is moving.
  • To thank him for a painting.
  • To ask him to help with a painting.

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

Do you ever think about what schools will be like in the future? Many people think that students will study most regular classes such as maths, science and history online.

Students will probably learn these subjects anywhere using a computer. What will happen if students have problems with a subject? They might connect with a teacher through live video conferencing. Expert teachers from learning centres will give students help wherever they live.

Students will still take classes in a school, too. Schools will become places for learning social skills. Teachers will guide students in learning how to work together in getting along with each other. They will help students with group projects both in and out of the classroom.

Volunteer work and working at local businesses will teach students important life skills about the world they live in. This will help students become an important part of their communities.

Some experts say it will take five years for changes to begin in schools. Some say it will take longer. Most people agree, though, that computers will change education the way TVs and telephones changed life for people all over the world years before.

What will happen if students meet difficulties with a subject?

  • Teachers from learning centres will give them help through live video conferencing.
  • They will meet their teachers in person for help with problems with the subject.
  • They will telephone the teachers who are staying at the school to seek their help.
  • Schools will organise a live video conference for teachers to help students with problems.

Students will still go to school to _____.

  • learn all subjects
  • play with their friends
  • use computers
  • learn social skills

The main role of teachers in the future will be ______.

  • providing students with knowledge
  • guiding students to learn computers
  • helping students with group projects
  • organising live video conferences

Students will learn important life skills through ______.

  • going to school everyday
  • taking online classes
  • working in international business
  • doing volunteer work

What is the main idea of the passage?

  • Kids won’t have to go to school in the future.
  • Computers will change education in the future.
  • All classes will be taught online in the future.
  • Teachers will help students from home in the future.