Đề số 3 trong bộ 30 đề kiểm tra năng lực Tiếng Anh luyện thi vào lớp 6 của Next Nobels

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Test số 3 trong bộ 30 đề kiểm tra năng lực Tiếng Anh luyện thi vào lớp 6, được cung cấp bởi Trung tâm luyện thi và phát triển ngôn ngữ Next Nobels. Địa chỉ: Số 6 - Ngõ 115 - Nguyễn Khang - Cầu Giấy - Hà Nội. Liên hệ: 0936738986

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This organ helps people see and distinguish colors and shapes. It’s considered “the window to the soul”. Which organ is it?

  • Nose
  • Eyes
  • Mouth
  • Forehead

Choose the correct answer.
“On this visit, my heart has been touched by the kindness for which the Vietnamese people are known. In the many people who have been lining the streets, smiling and waving, I feel the friendship between our peoples.”

(Source: President Barack Obama’s speech when he visited Vietnam in May 2016).

In the above paragraph, which quality of the Vietnamese people does U.S. President Obama talk about?

  • Friendliness
  • Honesty
  • Kindness
  • Politeness

Choose the correct answer.
................ is a piece of kitchen equipment that uses electricity to preserve food and fruit at a cold temperature.

  • A microwave oven
  • A dishwasher
  • A coffee maker
  • A refrigerator

Choose the correct answer.
Which one of the following statements is NOT correct when talking about water power?

  • Water power can be used to clean things.
  • Water power can create electricity.
  • Water power is usually used to carry goods down a river, to turn water wheels up.
  • Water power cannot be used to produce electricity.

Which animal has long, big ears with a short tail, and smooth fur? It likes carrots.

  • Tiger
  • Rabbit
  • Sheep

Choose the correct answer.

An average person ............... about 4kg of skin cells every year!

  • loses
  • lost
  • is lost
  • lose

The Great Wall of China is one of the greatest sights _______ the world. This majestic wonder was at one time 21,196 km long.

  • in
  • on
  • at
  • above

Choose the correct answer.
Which of the following is a kind of environmental destruction?

  • Planting trees.
  • Recycling rubbish.
  • Using public transport.
  • Fishing by electricity.

The _____ of the Eiffel Tower varies by 15 centimeters (5.9 inches) throughout the year because of temperature changes.

  • length
  • depth
  • height
  • highest

Choose the correct answer.
It is an extreme weather condition with very strong winds, heavy rain, and often thunder and lightning.

  • Storm
  • Frost
  • Flood
  • Drought

What is the best way to do if your relatives smoke?

  • Tell them about the negative health effects of smoking.
  • Hide their cigarettes and ashtray.
  • Try smoking.
  • Do nothing.

This fruit is oval-shaped with a single large seed. Which is this fruit?

  • Pear
  • Mango
  • Watermelon

Choose the correct answer.
Butterflies, with nearly 20,000 species in the world, are beautiful, flying insects with large, often brightly colored ...............

  • legs
  • tails
  • wings
  • hair

- "Excuse me, where is the library?"

- "_____"

  • It’s closed today.
  • Sorry, I am a stranger here, too.
  • The library is open from Monday to Saturday.
  • I usually go to the library.

- "What did you think of the English test?"

- "_____"

  • It was a piece of cake.
  • English is not my cup of tea.
  • I enjoyed it very much.
  • Can you help me with my English homework?

Choose the most suitable response to complete the following exchange.

"Is the canteen somewhere around here?"


  • I’m looking for it, too.
  • I often buy snacks at the canteen.
  • We often eat lunch at the canteen.
  • Our school has a new canteen.

Questions 17 - 20 refer to the following passage.

Marie Curie

1. Where did Marie Curie grow up?
Marie Curie grew up in Warsaw, Poland where she was born on November 7, 1867. Her birth name was Maria Sklodowska, but her family called her Manya. Her parents were both teachers. Her dad taught math and physics, and her mom was headmistress at a girl's school. Marie was the youngest of five children.
Growing up the child of two teachers, Marie was taught to read and write early. She was a very bright child and did well in school. She had a sharp memory and worked hard on her studies.
During the early years of her life, Marie Curie had to face several difficulties on financial grounds. The sudden deaths of Maria's eldest sister and her mother added to the difficulties. Maria was strong-willed and determined to obtain an education. She did not let her personal losses affect her studies. She graduated from a female gymnasium in 1883 and spent the following year with her relatives.

2.Nobel Prizes
In 1903, the Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Marie and Pierre Curie as well as Henri Becquerel for their work in radiation. Marie became the first woman to be awarded the prize.
In 1911 Marie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering the two elements, polonium, and radium. She was the first person to be awarded two Nobel Prizes.
Marie became very famous. Scientists came from around the world to study radioactivity with Marie. Soon after, doctors found that radiology could help with curing cancer.
(Source: https://www.ducksters.com and https://sciencestruck.com/ )

How many siblings did Marie have?

  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • No information

The word “bright” in the passage is closest in meaning to ...............

  • kind
  • hard-working
  • smart
  • friendly

According to the passage, which of the following information is NOT true?

  • During the early years of her life, Marie faced financial burdens.
  • The deaths of Marie’s eldest sister and her mother affected her studies a lot.
  • Marie was determined to pursue her education.
  • Marie was awarded two Nobel Prizes.

According to the passage, radiology can be applied in _______.

  • curing cancer
  • discovering new elements
  • achieving Nobel Prizes
  • giving off X- rays

Write the correct form of the words in brackets.

Leonardo da Vinci - the Artist

Leonardo da Vinci is regarded as one of the 21.(great) ............... artists in history. Leonardo excelled in many areas including drawing, painting, and sculpture. Although we don't have a lot of his paintings today, he is probably most 22.(fame) ............... for his paintings and also gained great fame during his own time due to his paintings. Two of his most famous paintings, and perhaps two of the most famous in the world, include the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Leonardo's drawings are also quite extraordinary. He would keep journals full of drawings and sketches, often of 23.(difference) ............... subjects that he was studying. Some of his drawings were previews to later paintings, some were studies of anatomy, some were closer to 24.(science) ............... sketches. One famous drawing is the Vitruvian Man drawing. It is a picture of a man who has perfect proportions based on the notes from the Roman architect Vitruvius. Other famous drawings include a design for a flying machine and a self-portrait.
(Source: https://www.ducksters.com )





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