Đề thi thử vào lớp 6 môn tiếng Anh trường THCS Marie Curie số 4

10/16/2020 2:50:00 PM

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • accuse
  • admire
  • enter
  • deny

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • science
  • result
  • hobby
  • village
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • market
  • machine
  • function
  • luggage

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • important
  • especial
  • annoying
  • interested

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • company
  • instrument
  • business
  • adventure

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

  • remained

  • explored

  • separated

  • travelled

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

  • members

  • apples

  • plums

  • envelopes

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

  • invent
  • internet
  • attend
  • media

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

  • creature

  • appear

  • reason

  • teacher

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

  • accept
  • account
  • accident
  • succeed

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

picnic / canceled / the / cold / a / It / that / such / day / was / was / .

  • It was such cold a day that the picnic was canceled.
  • It was such a cold day that the picnic was canceled.
  • It was a cold day such that the picnic was canceled.
  • It was such a picnic that the cold day was canceled.

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

to / give / message / He / must / the / person. / the / right / .

  • He must give to the right person the message.
  • He must give the message to the right person.
  • He must give to the person the right message.
  • He must give the right message to the person.

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

woman / in / a / The / lives / bank / who / next / works / door / .

  • The woman who lives in a bank works next door.
  • The woman who lives next door works in a bank.
  • The woman lives next door who works in a bank.
  • The woman works in a bank who lives next door.

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

journey / the / because / The / quite / road / was / quick / was / clear /.

  • The journey was quite quick because the road was clear.
  • The journey was quite clear because the road was quick.
  • The road was quite clear because the journey was quick.
  • The road was quite quick because the journey was clear.

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

very / to / environment / the / is / live / It / in / dangerous / polluted / .

  • It is polluted to live in a very dangerous environment.
  • It is dangerous to very live in a polluted environment.
  • It is very dangerous to live in a polluted environment.
  • It is very polluted to live in a dangerous environment.

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

me / mom / that / to / with / careful / broken / glass / be / My / advised / .

  • My mom advised to me be careful withthat broken glass.
  • My mom advised me to be careful with that broken glass.
  • My broken glass that mom advised me to be careful with.
  • My mom advised me to be broken with that careful glass.

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

I'd / the / than / rather / watch / sit / in / TV / garden / .

  • I'd rather sit in TV than watch the garden.
  • I'd sit in the garden rather watch TV than.
  • I'd rather watch the garden than sit in TV.
  • I'd rather sit in the garden than watch TV.

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

best / youngest / picture / class / in / the / the / The / painted / by / was / student / .

  • The youngest picture was painted by the best student in the class.
  • The best picture was in the class painted by the youngest student.
  • The youngest student in the class was painted by the best picture.
  • The best picture was painted by the youngest student in the class.

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

better / does / pizza / than / her / She / husband / likes / .

  • She likes pizza better than her husband does.
  • She does likes pizza better than her husband.
  • She likes pizza better than does her husband.
  • She does better than her husband likes pizza.

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

when / a / kid / were / you / you / musical / a / instrument / play / Did / ?

  • Did a musical instrument you play when you were a kid?
  • Did a kid play a musical instrument when you were you?
  • Did you play a musical instrument when you were a kid?
  • Did you play a kid when you were a musical instrument?
Many people died when the building was _____ in last storm.
  • destroyed
  • erupted
  • rebuilt
  • struck

That _____ the end of the lesson already! We’ve only just started, haven’t we?

  • mustn’t be
  • can’t be
  • mustn’t have been
  • didn’t have to be

Jack found it hard to _______ the loss of his little dog.

  • get over
  • put off
  • get along
  • turn over

I gave the waiter a $50 note and waited for my ______. 

  • change
  • supply
  • cash
  • cost

Jack’s father bought him a(n) _____ bike as a birthday gift.

  • expensive Japanese blue
  • Japanese expensive blue
  • expensive blue Japanese
  • blue expensive Japanese

My mother doesn’t like coffee and _____.

  • neither do I
  • neither I do
  • either do I
  • I don’t too

He told me _____ for America the following day.

  • whether he was leaving
  • if he would leave
  • what he will leave
  • that he would leave

We won't be able to go to the club ______ your parents give us permission.

  • although
  • nevertheless
  • unless
  • without

My feet are killing me! I _______ for long periods of time.

  • didn't used to stand
  • am not used to standing
  • don't use to stand
  • am not used to stand

There are ______ that not only governments but also individuals should join hand to tackle.

  • such many environment problems
  • so fewer environment problems
  • such a lot of environment problems
  • too numerous environment problems

I'm afraid I took your coat _____ mistake.

  • by
  • in
  • on
  • of

Thank you very much for your present. The chocolate tastes so _____.

  • lovely
  • greatly
  • sweetly
  • deliciously

I'd like _____ about how students live in Vietnam.

  • to hearing
  • hearing
  • to hear
  • hear

I wish Ann _____ here. She will be able to help us with these maths questions.

  • were
  • weren't
  • is
  • wasn't
The English alphabet doesn't have 30 letters, _____?
  • isn't it
  • didn't it
  • is it
  • does it

She didn't have her coat so he gave ____.

  • his hers
  • her his
  • her him
  • hers his

The party wasn’t very _____, so almost all his friends left early.

  • interested
  • boring
  • bored
  • interesting

70% of students achieved _____ B in the final history exam. 

  • grade
  • class
  • test
  • degree
The doctor advised my uncle to stop _____ because it’s quite harmful to his health.
  • smoke
  • smoking
  • to smoke
  • to smoking
My mother is often ______ last person to go to bed in my family.
  • a
  • the
  • X (no article)
  • an
Her job was so _____ that she decided to quit it.
  • interesting
  • satisfactory
  • stressful
  • wonderful

If every one of us ______ the traffic rules, the road will be much safer.

  • obey
  • obeys
  • obeyed
  • will obey
Television became popular _____ the 1950s.
  • in
  • for
  • since
  • on
He laughed _____ when he was watching his favorite cartoon program on TV.
  • happy
  • happily
  • happiness
  • unhappy

Betty can speak French _____ than Nancy.

  • as fluently
  • fluently
  • more fluently
  • most fluently

While Peter _____ the rose bush in the back yard, the phone rang.

  • were watering
  • has watered
  • watered
  • was watering
His mother suggested he _____ to the theater instead of staying at home.
  • go
  • gone
  • goes
  • went
Many tourists enjoy _____ on the beach in summer.
  • to sunbathe
  • sunbathe
  • to sunbathing
  • sunbathing

Nick: “Sorry, Brian is not here.” 

Peter: “_____”   

  • Would you like to leave a message?
  • Can I take a message then?
  • Can I speak to Brian, please?
  • Can I leave a message then?

- "____ "

- "Yes, of course."

  • You won't help me this time.
  • You'd better give me one hand.
  • I don't think I'll need your help.
  • Could you give me a hand?

Helen and Sarah are talking about their school's field trip.

Helen: "This is the best field trip we've ever had."

Sarah: "_____. Everyone enjoyed it to the fullest."

  • I don’t think that’s a good idea
  • Never mind
  • You're right
  • I totally disagree

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

"Let's have a picnic next Saturday. " Julia said.

  • Julia said that let's have a picnic the next Saturday.
  • Julia suggested having a picnic the following Saturday.
  • Julia advised how about having a picnic the next Saturday.
  • Julia told me why they didn't have a picnic next Saturday.

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

I haven't gone to the cinema for ten years.

  • It's ten years I haven't gone to the cinema.
  • I last went to the cinema ten years ago.
  • It was ten years ago I went to the cinema.
  • The last time I went to the cinema was ten years.

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

Keeping calm is the secret of passing the driving test.

  • Keep calm or you will pass the driving test.
  • As long as you keep calm, you will pass the driving test.
  • Unless you keep calm, you will pass the driving test.
  • Passing the driving test is without keeping calm.

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

The rain was too heavy for the umbrella we were using to have much effect.

  • As soon as we opened our umbrella, we realized that the rain was too heavy for it.
  • We needn’t have opened our umbrella since it was raining too heavily for it anyway.
  • In heavy rains, the umbrella we used to own didn’t actually protect us at all.
  • We opened the umbrella, but the rain wasn’t light enough for it to protect us much.

NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL

Notting Hill Carnival takes place in London every August bank holiday, and is the most colourful and largest street event in the UK. The festival celebrates the traditions of the Afro-Caribbean community, who emigrated to England from the West Indies in the 1950s. They brought with them the Caribbean idea of the carnival, with colourful costumes, processions, steel bands and street dancing. Preparations for the carnival start many months in advance. Costumes need to be made, and floats built, ready for the carnival street procession. Steel bands practise traditional Caribbean music on instruments built from used oil barrels. Just before the festival, the streets are decorated with yellow, green and red streamers, and amplifying devices are set in place, to carry the rhythmic sounds over the roar of the London traffic. The carnival is celebrated over three days, and is full of music and colour. Processions of steel and brass bands, floats, and dancers in colourful costumes make their way through the narrow London streets, watched by tens of thousands of people. The streets are lined with stalls selling tropical fruits, such as fresh mangoes, watermelons and pineapple. Everyone dances - young and old, black and white - and even the policemen on duty take part in the fun. For these three days in August, a little Caribbean magic touches the streets of London. 

 According to the passage, Notting Hill Carnival _____.

  • takes place every Bank Holiday
  • is held annually in August
  • is organized by the Bank of England
  • is held at the beginning of August

During the Notting Hill Carnival, _____.

  • the participants in the carnival decorate the streets with colourful streamers
  • preparations start early in the morning
  • music and colour fill the streets of London
  • traffic is banned from the main shopping streets

The writer claims that _____.

  • this carnival has been organized since at least the 1950s
  • tens of thousands of people take part in the preparations for the carnival
  • dancers in the carnival wear special clothes
  • the dancers in the carnival are from the black community

Although the carnival is a celebration of the traditions of black British _____.

  • everyone seems to participate in it
  • only Caribbean people take part in it
  • it is gaining in popularity among the white in recent years
  • people from all over the world come to watch it

What is the writer's main aim in writing the text?

  • To encourage people to celebrate the traditions of black people.
  • To talk about problems with Afro-Caribbean community.
  • To recommend people spend more time outdoors.
  • To understand and describe the Notting Hill Carnival.