Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Ngôi Sao Hà Nội số 7

11/30/2020 5:36:00 PM

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

  • amused
  • cooked
  • laughed
  • increased

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

  • completes
  • exchanges
  • escapes
  • dislikes

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

  • bicycle

  • cyclist

  • style

  • typewriter

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

  • wheelchair

  • upstairs

  • airport

  • painting

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

  • sugar
  • sight
  • sense

  • success

The garden is wonderful _____ the spring when all the flowers come out.

  • at
  • on
  • in
  • up

If we pollute the water, we ______ no fresh water to use.

  • would have
  • will have
  • have had
  • had

My friend practices _____ the guitar every day.

  • play
  • playing
  • to play
  • played

If only I _____ in Paris next month.

  • could be
  • was
  • am
  • have been
I want to make a cake but I don’t have _____ flour.
  • much
  • a few
  • lots of
  • many

They _____ a lot of money, but now they are poor.

  • used to have
  • get used to having
  • use to have
  • be used to having

We haven’t seen each other _____.

  • yesterday
  • since June
  • last week
  • for two months ago

They would rather _____ a new house than _____ the old one.

  • build / repair
  • built / repaired
  • to built / to repair
  • building / repairing

The pencil _____ I write is made in China.

  • with which
  • by which
  • which
  • that

Please give me some advice _____ how to solve that difficulty.

  • in
  • on
  • for
  • with

A balanced diet means we eat a variety of food without eating _____ of anything.

  • more
  • too much
  • a little
  • little

Your mother sometimes buys you a big present, _____?

  • does she
  • did she
  • doesn’t she
  • didn’t she

_____ you like to go to the movies with me?

  • Will
  • Would
  • Are
  • Could
Steve is always _____ stories about why he comes home late!
  • looking up
  • working out
  • making up
  • finding out
This region is divided into five smaller _____.
  • continents
  • districts
  • lands
  • countries

They spent two weeks at a fashionable ski _____ in Switzerland.

  • resort
  • port
  • hotel
  • area

Vietnamese people are very _____ and hospitable.

  • reserved
  • friendly
  • official
  • quiet

Waste paper can be used again after being _____.

  • produced
  • recycled
  • wasted
  • preserved

The sun shines _____ on the hills in the morning.

  • happily
  • brightly
  • carefully
  • lately

When we moved to a smaller flat, we _____ a lot of our books to the school library.

  • searched
  • uploaded
  • donated
  • caused

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

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

The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.

  • I have not been to the museum for a year.
  • A year ago, I often went to the museum.
  • My going to the museum lasted a year.
  • At last, I went to the museum after a year.

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

“Why don’t you talk to her face-to-face?” asked Bill.

  • Bill suggested that I should talk to her face-to-face.
  • Bill advised that I could talk to her face-to-face.
  • Bill asked me why I hadn’t talked to her face-to-face.
  • Bill wondered why I don’t talk to her face-to-face.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

As the luggage was so heavy, we had to take a taxi.

  • We had to take a taxi because of the heavy luggage.
  • We had to take a taxi so that we can have heavy luggage.
  • Although the luggage was heavy, we took a taxi.
  • We had to take a taxi, so we had heavy luggage.

Read the story and answer the questions.

In the town of Lampang in northern Thailand, there is an unusual group of musicians. They play many different kinds of music - everything from traditional Thai songs to music by Beethoven. Both children and adults love this group. What makes them so popular? Is it their music? Their looks? Yes, it's both, but it's also something else: they're elephants.

These musical elephants started at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC) in Lampang. The TECC protects elephants. It teaches people to understand and care for these huge, but gentle, animals. Like many zoos around the world, the TECC encourages elephants to paint.

Richard Lair works with the TECC. He knows a lot about elephants. He says some paintings of these animals are very good. In fact, elephants hear better than see. Lair, hence, had an idea: if elephants are intelligent and have good hearing, maybe they can play music. To test his idea, Lair and a friend started the Thai Elephant Orchestra. During a performance, the elephants play a variety of instruments, including the drums and the xylophone. The animals also use their voices and trunks to make sounds.

Can elephants really make music properly? "Yes", says Lair. They're very creative. Humans encourage the animals to play, but the elephants make their own songs; they do not just copy their trainers or other people. There are now CDs of the group and the music these artists create is pretty amazing, which earns money for the TECC.

Adapted from Toefl Junior Practice Test: Reading Comprehension.

Which could be the title for this article?
  • Teaching Elephants to Paint
  • Elephants in Danger
  • TECC Trainers
  • An Unusual Orchestra

The elephants at the TECC _____.

  • see better than they hear
  • are able to paint
  • copy humans to play music
  • make their own instruments
Why did Richard Lair start the Thai Elephant Orchestra?
  • He had heard the elephants playing music.
  • He needed to make money for the TECC.
  • He believed elephants could play music.
  • He wanted to be on TV in Thailand.

Read the letter. And answer the questions.

Dear Parents,

The exams of your children are to start soon. I know you are all really anxious for your child to do well.

But, please do remember, amongst the students who will be sitting for the exams there is an artist, who does not need to understand Math. There is an entrepreneur, who does not care about History or English literature. There is a musician, whose Chemistry marks will not matter. There is an athlete, whose physical fitness is more important than Physics. If your child does get top marks, that is great! But if he or she does not, please don’t take away their self-confidence and dignity from them. Tell them it’s OK, it’s just an exam! They are cut out for much bigger things in life. Tell them, no matter what they score, you love them and will not judge them.

One exam or a low mark will not take away their dreams and talent. 

With warm regards,

Principal.

What does the principal want to tell parents?

  • Do not judge their children through their scores.
  • Let their children be themselves and do what they want.
  • Encourage them to share more with their children.

What can be learned from the letter of the principal?

  • Artists do not need to study Maths.
  • One exam won’t make students worse.
  • Each has different talents and scores are not the most important.

Read the passage then choose the correct answer to each question.

Have you ever noticed advertisements which say “Learn a foreign language in 6 weeks, or you'll get your money back. From the first day your pronunciation will be excellent. Just send …” and so on? Of course, it never happens quite like that. One’s mother language is easier to learn, but it also requires a lot of practice to be fluent. And think how much practice that gets! Before the Second World War, people usually learned a foreign language in order to read the literature of the country.

Now speaking a foreign language is what most people want. Every year many millions of people start learning one. How do they do it? Some people try it at home, with books and records of tapes; some use radio or television programmes; some use computers and network; others go to evening classes. If they use the language only 2 or 3 times a week, it will take a long time, like learning a foreign language at school. A few people try to learn the language fast by studying 6 or more hours a day. It is clearly easier to learn the language in the country where it is spoken. However, most people cannot afford this, and for many it is not necessary. They need the language in order to do their work better. For example, scientists and doctors chiefly need to be able to read books and reports in the foreign language. Whether the language is learned quickly or slowly, it is hard work. Machines and good books will help, but they cannot do the student’s work for him.

According to some advertisements, you _____.

  • have to pay your money if you cannot master a foreign language in 6 weeks.
  • needn’t pay your money if you cannot learn a foreign language in 6 weeks.
  • must pay your money if you cannot master a foreign language in 6 weeks.
  • will be paid much money if you cannot learn a foreign language in 6 weeks.
Now most people try to learn a foreign language in order to ________.
  • read the literature of the country
  • read books and reports
  • do their work better
  • go to foreign countries

The best way to learn a foreign language is _____.

  • to go to the country where the language is spoken
  • to use machines and good books.
  • to go to evening classes
  • to do as the advertisements tell you to
Which of the following sentences is NOT true?
  • It is very difficult to learn a language, including the native language.
  • Few people can afford to learn a foreign language in the country where it is spoken.
  • To learn one’s mother tongue also needs a lot of practice.
  • Machines and good books are useless for us to learn a foreign language

According to the passage, who might need to read foreign books and reports?

  • language learners at home
  • most people
  • native speakers
  • scientists and doctors