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

10/25/2020 4:56:00 PM

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

  • blood
  • pool
  • food
  • tool

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

  • think
  • rather
  • this
  • weather

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

  • watches
  • washes
  • likes
  • classes

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

  • agreed

  • missed

  • liked

  • watched

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

  • enough

  • though

  • tough

  • rough

He won’t pass the exam _____ he works hard.

  • if
  • though
  • despite
  • unless

They are the children _____ won the match yesterday.

  • whose
  • who
  • whom
  • what

Phu Tho province is famous _____ Xoan Singing, Hung King Temple and Au Co Temple.

  • on
  • of
  • for
  • off

Your father doesn’t work in that bank, _____?

  • does he
  • is he
  • doesn’t he
  • isn’t he

“Have you met Henry recently?” - “Yes, I _____ while I was in Paris.

  • ran up him
  • ran into him
  • ran off him
  • ran after him

The world would be a better place if everyone showed _____ cooperation as John.

  • as much
  • so much
  • too much
  • much

I'd rather you _____ at home tonight.

  • stay
  • to stay
  • stayed
  • staying

We all wish we _____ at the beach now.

  • will be
  • were
  • are
  • have been

I _____ swimming five years ago but now I go jogging.

  • go
  • used to going
  • used to go
  • was going

She will visit us as soon as she arrives _____ Thai Nguyen City.

  • at
  • in
  • on
  • to

A: I wonder why Mary didn’t want to come shopping in Oxford street with us.

B: I don’t know. She ____ short of money these days because her new kitchen cost her a lot of money.

  • will be
  • can be
  • should be
  • could be

You promised _____ to my birthday party!

  • coming
  • to come
  • come
  • that you come

The shoes were _____ so I didn't buy them.

  • small enough
  • too big
  • that big
  • big enough
Kevin enjoyed working with children so much that he decided to pursue a _____ in teaching.
  • career
  • task
  • duty
  • work
A woman can never have a happy married life without _____ her husband.
  • demanding
  • agreeing
  • trusting
  • determining

A new phone line will be _____ in the apartment next week.

  • appear
  • installed
  • saved
  • compared
He was _____ when I had those problems and said whatever I did he would stand by me.
  • supportive
  • exciting
  • busy
  • dull

I can't travel by sea. When it is _____, I'm seasick.

  • wet
  • calm
  • rough
  • cold
In our modern time, the _____ of women has shifted from homemaker to outside worker.
  • role
  • period
  • right
  • importance
Experts agree that too hard workouts may _____ more harm than good.
  • do
  • make
  • hold
  • set

To save money, we should _____ the amount of energy used in our homes.

  • increase
  • leave
  • reduce
  • stop

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

long/ brush/ red/ bought/ a/ My mother/ me/ plastic/.

  • My mother bought me a long red plastic brush.
  • My mother bought me a red long plastic brush.
  • My mother bought me a plastic long red brush.
  • My mother bought me a long plastic red brush.

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

off/ that/ take/ a/ should/ day/ Her colleague/ suggested/ she/.

  • Her colleague should suggested that she take a day off.
  • Her colleague suggested that she should take off a day.
  • Her colleague suggested she that should take a day off.
  • Her colleague suggested that she should take a day off.

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

of/ We/ for/ rain/ went/ in/ put on/ the/ and/ spite/ a walk/ our jackets/.

  • We put on our jackets and went for a walk in spite of the rain.
  • We put on our jackets and went of for a walk in spite the rain.
  • We in spite of the rain put on our jackets and went for a walk.
  • We put on our jackets in spite and went for a walk of the rain.

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

the fridge/ in/ little/ We/ a/ have/ and/ milk/ many/ left/ eggs/.

  • We have a little eggs and many milk left in the fridge.
  • We have a many eggs and little milk left in the fridge.
  • We have many milk and a little left eggs in the fridge.
  • We have many eggs and a little milk left in the fridge.

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

hear/ to/ her/ was/ it/ interesting/ How/ story/!

  • How interesting it was to hear her story!
  • How interesting was it to hear her story!
  • How it was interesting to hear her story!
  • How was it interesting to hear her story!

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

had/ such/ an/ that/ a stomachache/ we/ awful/ at the restaurant/ We/ meal/ had/.

  • We had such a stomachache that we had an awful meal at the restaurant.
  • We had an such awful meal at the restaurant that we had a stomachache.
  • We had an awful meal at the restaurant such that we had a stomachache.
  • We had such an awful meal at the restaurant that we had a stomachache.

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

Mrs Weaver/ living/ work/ a/ to/ had/ earn/ to/ order/ full-time/ in/.

  • Mrs Weaver had to work in full-time order to earn a living.
  • Mrs Weaver had to work full-time in order to earn a living.
  • Mrs Weaver had to earn a living in order to work full-time.
  • Mrs Weaver had to work in order full-time to earn a living.

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

It's very necessary for him to buy a new jacket.

  • He must buy a new jacket.
  • He shouldn’t buy a new jacket.
  • He mustn't buy a new jacket.
  • He might buy a new jacket.

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

My brother and I went to that school.

  • I went to that school and so my brother did.
  • I went to that school and so did my brother.
  • I went to that school and my brother, too.
  • I went to that school and so my brother did, too.

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

Somebody stole my wallet yesterday.

  • My wallet yesterday was stolen.
  • My wallet was stolen yesterday.
  • My wallet was yesterday stolen.
  • My wallet was stolen somebody yesterday.

Read the story and answer the following questions.

Ryan and his family went camping. They set up a tent and sleeping bags. Ryan’s mom started to make a fire in the fire pit. Ryan and his sister, Lily, searched for sticks. The sticks had to be long with a point at the end. The family was going to roast marshmallows!

Ryan and Lily found the perfect sticks. Their mom opened a bag of marshmallows. Ryan put one marshmallow at the end of his stick. Lily did, too. Then they carefully held their marshmallows over the fire and waited.

The marshmallows started to heat up. Ryan observed as the white treat turned brown. He knew that his marshmallow could not change back to white. He made sure not to burn it. Then Ryan removed the brown marshmallow from the fire. He waited a minute for it to cool. Then he took a bite. It was warm, gooey, and delicious! 

(Adapted from: Readworks.org)

What does the word "observed" mean?

  • heard
  • tasted
  • watched
  • cared

Ryan and Lily had to do some things before they could eat their roasted marshmallows. Which is the correct sequence of Ryan and Lily’s actions?

  • held the marshmallows over the fire, found the sticks, put marshmallows on the sticks
  • put marshmallows on the sticks, found the sticks, held the marshmallows over the fire
  • found the sticks, put marshmallows on the sticks, held the marshmallows over the fire
  • found the sticks, held the marshmallows over the fire, put marshmallows on the sticks

What is the main idea of this story?

  • Ryan and his family make a fire in a fire pit.
  • Ryan and his family learn about nature during their camping trip.
  • Ryan and his family roast marshmallows on their camping trip.
  • Ryan and Lily found roasted marshmallows delicious.

Read the email below. Then answer the questions.

From: Veronica

To: McKenzie

Sent: 22nd December

How are things, McKenzie? I am OK. I've just finished my exams and everything is fine. And you? I hope you have had great results because I am planning a trip. What about going to Pattaya? Mark and Sara are going to come. Tell me if you want to come as soon as possible, please.

By the way, what is the household chore you hate most? I make this weird question because I must write a composition for my English teacher on vacation and I have no idea what to write about it.

Send me your photos with Susan. I haven't seen them yet.

Bye.

Why is Veronica sending this email for McKenzie?

  • To ask if McKenzie wants to go to Pattaya with them or not.
  • To inform the final results for McKenzie.
  • To have McKenzie do Vernonica homework.

Why does Veronica refer to household chores?

  • Because Vernonica does not have her household chore to do.
  • Because Vernonica has to hand in her homework about housework she hates.
  • Because Vernonica wants McKenzie help her to write the composition.

Read the following passage. Then answer the questions.

Every year students in many countries learn English. Some of these students are young children. Others are teenagers. Many are adults. Some learn at school, others study by themselves. A few learn English just by hearing the language in films, on television, in the office or among their friends. But not many are lucky enough to do that. Most people must work hard to learn another language.

Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their subjects. They study their own language, and mathematics... and English. In England, America or Australia, many boys and girls study their own language, which is English and mathematics... and another language, perhaps French or German or Spanish.

Many adults learn English because it is useful for their work. Teenagers often learn English for their higher studies, because some of their books are in English at the college or university. Other people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English.

According to the writer, _____.

  • only adults learn English
  • no children like to learn English
  • English is useful only for teenagers
  • English is popular in most of the world

Most people learn English by _____.

  • watching videos only
  • hearing the language in the office
  • talking with foreigners
  • working hard on their lessons

Many boys and girls learn English because _____.

  • English can give them a job
  • it is included in their study courses
  • they are forced to learn it
  • they have to study their own language

In America or Australia many school children study _____.

  • English as a foreign language
  • English and mathematics only
  • foreign languages like French, German and Spanish
  • their own language and no foreign language

Many adults learn English because _____.

  • English is spoken in their office
  • they want to go abroad
  • most of their books are in English
  • it helps them in their work