Đề số 22 trong bộ 30 đề kiểm tra năng lực Tiếng Anh luyện thi vào lớp 6 của Next Nobel

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Test số 22 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

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

Alexandre Graham Bell invented the telephone in the 19th century. (WAS)

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

No animal on Earth is larger than the blue whale. (LARGEST)

After catching the rain, we should _______.

  • use soft towel to dry our bodies and change clothes
  • have a shower immediately
  • stand in front of a running fan
  • drink a large glass of water


Choose the correct answer.
In Japanese, the name “Japan” is Nihon or Nippon, which means “Land of the Rising Sun”. It was once believed that Japan was the first country to see the sun rise in the …………... in the morning.

(Source: https://www.factretriever.com)

  • North
  • East
  • West
  • South


Choose the correct answer.
A …………... is an instrument used to see objects that are far away. It is often used to view the space.

(Source: www.duckster.com)

  • telephone
  • magnifier
  • microscope
  • telescope


Choose the correct answer.
Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia and is influenced by monsoons. The amount of annual rainfall is normally between 1,500 and 2,500 millimeters. What kind of climate does Vietnam have?

  • Tropical climate
  • Mediterranean climate
  • Subarctic climate
  • Humid continental climate

Choose the correct answer.
Which of the following birds can swim?

  • Sparrow
  • Penguin
  • Eagle
  • Parrot


Choose the correct answer.
A famous Albert Einstein quote is: "If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music. I do know that I get most joy in life out of my violin."

(Source: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz).

It can be referred from the information above that:

  • Albert Einstein is passionate about music.
  • Albert Einstein is famous for the Theory of Relativity.
  • Albert Einstein is excellent at playing piano.
  • Albert Einstein is also a musician.


Choose the correct answer.
Sahara is the driest ………….. on Earth.

  • highland
  • delta
  • valley
  • desert

Most _____ argue that children who learn to play a musical instrument can develop their mental skills further than those who don't learn a musical instrument.

  • scientific
  • science
  • scientists
  • scientist

The largest individual flower on Earth is from a plant called Rafflesia arnoldii. Its flowers reach _____ 1 meter (3 feet) in diameter and weigh around 10kg.

(Source: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts)

  • less
  • up to
  • into
  • more


Choose the correct answer.
This country is located in Asia, and is where Buddhism originated.

  • India
  • China
  • Russia
  • Japan

Female lions are ………….. hunters than male lions and do most of the hunting.

(Source: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/quizzes)

  • bad
  • worse
  • good
  • better


Choose the correct answer.
Which one of the following has five sides?

  • a pentagram
  • a circle
  • an ellipse
  • a square


Choose the correct answer.
A coat is a type of clothes which you often wear in ………….. weather.

  • warm
  • sunny
  • hot
  • cold

Choose the most suitable response to complete the following exchange.

Complete the conversation between two friends, Trang and Linh.

Trang: Do you still collect English literature books?

Linh: _____

  • Yeah, I have about 50 now.
  • English books are interesting.
  • I am passionate about books.
  • Yes, I will.

Choose the most suitable response to complete the following exchange.
Complete the conversation between two friends, Hai and Trung.

Hai: Do you want to go to the library this weekend?

Trung: ______

  • The library has many books.
  • No, thanks. I have other plans.
  • The library opens every day.
  • The library is next to the canteen.

Son: "Have you seen my book? I can’t find it anywhere."

Mother: "_____"

  • Don’t leave your books around.
  • That’s a great new book.
  • Where did you buy that book?
  • There, it’s on your desk.

Questions 17 - 20 refer to the following passage:

The butterfly life cycle

We all love butterflies for their beautiful, brightly-coloured wings. But did you know that these fab flyers begin life as something completely different? As they grow, they undergo one seriously terrific transformation – a process known as “metamorphosis“.

Stage 1: the egg
It all starts when a female butterfly lays her eggs, usually on leaves or stems of plants. Inside these tiny eggs, caterpillars grow. Depending on the species, the eggs can vary in shape and texture – they can be round, oval or cylindrical, and smooth, bumpy or wrinkled. The time it takes for the eggs to hatch can also vary – in some species, they will hatch within a few weeks and in others they will only hatch once the weather is warm enough.

Stage 2: the caterpillar
Once ready, the caterpillar leaves its egg home and enters the big outside world! And these little critters have one serious appetite – they actually eat their way out of the egg and immediately start chomping on the leaves of the host plant. During this stage, they shed their skin four or five times – as the caterpillar grows, its skin becomes too tight and splits open, revealing a new, larger skin underneath. A fully grown caterpillar can be over 100 times larger than when it emerged from its egg.

Stage 3: the pupa
Once fully grown, the caterpillar forms itself into a “pupa” (or chrysalis) – a kind of vessel in which the caterpillar changes into a butterfly. They usually do this on twigs or safe, hidden areas around the host plant. The “pupa” stage may last a few weeks to several months depending on the species. During this time, a hardened case forms around the pupa to protect it from predators and extreme weather conditions. And inside, the tissue, limbs and organs of the caterpillar transform. The result? A wonderful winged butterfly!

Stage 4: the butterfly
Once the butterfly is ready to emerge, the case around the pupa splits open. But it’s not the time for takeoff just yet, as the wings are at first wet, soft and wrinkled against its body. The butterfly waits for its wings to dry, and pumps a liquid called hemolymph into them so that they become big and strong. Once fit for flight, this brilliant bug then takes to the air in search of flowers to feed on and for other butterflies to mate with. And that’s the cycle complete – and ready to start all over again. 

How many stages are there in the butterfly life cycle? What are they?

=> There are stages in the butterfly life cycle. They are (in order):
the , the , the , and .

Where does a female butterfly lay her eggs?

=> She usually lay her eggs on .

Why do these little critters shed their skin four or five times during the caterpillar stage?

=> As the caterpillar grows, its skin .

What happens after the butterfly is ready to emerge?

=> The case around the pupa .

Rewrite the sentences without changing the meaning.

Bill Gates’s parents expected him to become a lawyer but he was interested in computers from the very beginning. (PASSIONATE)

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Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word in brackets.

Jack Ma is a famous billionaire. He is the founder of Alibaba. (WHO)

How to reduce environmental pollution?
Write your answer in a short paragraph (50-100 words).