Bài kiểm tra đánh giá cuối kỳ 2 lớp Ôn TA vào 6.G15

7/18/2022 10:02:43 AM

Give the correct form of the verb at the simple tense and the continuous tense.

My mom often (buy) meat from the butcher’s.

Give the correct form of the verb at the simple tense and the continuous tense.

The 203 bus (set off) every fifteen minutes.

Give the correct form of the verb at the simple tense and the continuous tense.

These students always (wear) warm clothes in summer.

Linda took great photos of butterflies while she ______ in the forest.

  • is hiking
  • was hiking
  • hiked
  • had hiked

The light ____ out while we _____ dinner.

  • was going - were having
  • went - had
  • was going - had
  • went - were having

In some countries, everyone _____ vote. It's the law.

  • must
  • have to
  • has to

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

The school notice says "Do not eat sweets in the classrooms".

  • You can eat sweets in the classrooms.
  • You don't have to eat sweets in the classrooms.
  • You mustn't eat sweets in the classrooms.
  • You ought to eat sweets in the classrooms.

 I _____ trust Laura. She lies to everyone, even her close friends. 

  • can’t
  • am unable
  • may
  • must

Using “should” or “shouldn’t” to make the correct sentences.

What (I/cook) for breakfast this morning?

Choose the underlined part which needs correction.

They'd better not to forget to take their passports.

  • They'd
  • better
  • not to
  • to

Peter _____ come with us tonight, but he isn't quite sure yet.

 
  • can
  • may
  • will
  • must

Choose the correct answer.

I don't think we've got enough chairs for everyone. I get some more from next door. 

The sun is shining and there's not a single cloud in the sky. It _____ a nice day.

  • will be
  • is going to be

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
My older brother has worked in a bank since a long time.

  • older
  • has worked
  • a
  • since

Put the verbs in the brackets into correct tense or form.

Mr. Huy for this company for seven years. (work)

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

I’ve  Malaysian food before. (NEVER/TRY)

They _____ an AIDS vaccine yet.

  • haven't developed
  • developed
  • haven't been developed
  • hasn't developed

The driving test was _____ I expected.

  • as difficult than
  • so difficult as
  • more difficult than
  • the most difficult

I think that he danced _____ than his friend.

  • more beautiful
  • most beautiful
  • more beautifully
  • most beautifully

Complete the sentences. Use the comparative or superlative.

Emma works Nikki. (hard)

Give the correct form of superlative.

It's the (interesting) book I've ever read.

Of all the applicants, my sister answered the questions _____.

  • intelligent
  • more intelligently
  • most intelligent
  • the most intelligently

She doesn’t type _____ as her friends.

  • quicklier
  • more quickly
  • most quickly
  • so quickly

She speaks Chinese _____ I do.

  • very good as
  • as better as
  • as good as
  • as well as

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

Apples are usually cheaper than oranges. => Apples are not ..........

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

John is studying hard. He doesn't want to fail the next exam.

  • John is studying hard in order not to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in order that he not fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard so as to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in order to not to fail the next exam.

Can you close the gate _____ the hens will not go out?

  • so as to
  • in order to
  • to
  • so that

Complete the second sentence using the word given so that it has the same meaning to the first.

The man is very strong. He can lift that heavy table. (ENOUGH)

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

This exercise is very difficult and he can’t do it.

=> This exercise is too ..........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

Michael is not tall, so he cannot become a pilot.

=> Michael is not ............

Yoga is _____ a relaxing way to stay in shape that it really helps with stress.

  • too
  • so
  • such
  • enough

The show last night was _____ that we saw it through.

  • so fascinating
  • so fascinated
  • too fascinating
  • too fascinated

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

The weather was so bad that we couldn't go camping. (SUCH)

Give the correct form of the verb in the bracket.

If it (rain) tomorrow, we won't play football.

 

 

If you _____ iron, it starts to get red hot and then white hot.

  • would heat
  • heated
  • heat
  • will heat

If you _____ too much sugar in your coffee, you will put on weight.

  • would put
  • will put
  • put
  • don't put

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

I feel a bit sad because my school year has come to an end.

  • started
  • finished
  • changed
  • begun

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
You shouldn’t point at others while talking because it’s impolite.

  • well-behaved
  • cruel
  • rude
  • unfriendly

Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box for each blank.

store | cook | ready | high | ticket | hungry | grew | cut | bowl | spend

Last Sunday afternoon, Mr. Brown said to his children, Betty and William: "I'm going to cook the dinner today. There's a lot of food in the fridge so we don't need to go to the . Don't eat anything before dinner!".

Mr. Brown made a cake first. He broke some chocolate into pieces and put it in a on the table. The chocolate looked nice. He put one piece in his mouth, the another and then some more. Then he made a pizza. He found some cheese for the top. He the cheese into pieces with a knife. He ate a piece then he ate some more. Then he made soup. He tried it with a spoon. Then he tried it again.

The dinner was , but Mr Brown couldn't eat it.

"Are you ill?", asked Betty. "No, I'm fine", said Mr. Brown. "But I'm not because I ate too much in the kitchen!".

Now choose the best name for this story: .

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions. 

For the last few years, my children have been going to a summer camp in Northern Greece called Skouras Camp. They always seem to have a good time, so if you’re wondering what to do with the kids for three weeks this summer, you can send them to this beautiful camp on the shores of the Aegean Sea. If your children, like mine, are keen on adventure, sports, and good company, the Skouras Camp will keep them busy all day doing the things they most enjoy. Skouras is an international camp with children from all over the world.  My children have made friends with children of their own age from Poland, China, Denmark, and the United States. Naturally, they get lots of opportunities to practice their English as this is the only language spoken. The Camp is in one of the most beautiful parts of Chalkidiki. It is huge (120,000 square meters) and is just a stone’s throw away from the clear, blue Aegean Sea. It takes the children just five minutes to walk to the golden sandy beach. The programme is packed with exciting activities such as horse riding and table tennis. Other sports include basketball, volleyball, and athletics. The Camp ends with a sports contest in the last week which all parents are invited to attend.

All the children come to the camp have to ______.

  • be at the same age
  • be only keen on adventure
  • speak English
  • practice basketball

The children can walk to the golden sandy beach within ______.

  • 5 minutes
  • 20 minutes
  • an hour
  • a day

How many kinds of sports can be played at the Camp?

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What is the last activity that the children can join in the Camp?

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