Đề thi thử số 3 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS Ngoại ngữ

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Đề thi thử số 3 môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo mẫu đề thi của trường THCS Ngoại ngữ - ĐH Ngoại ngữ - ĐHQG Hà Nội. Đã có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

Look and read. Choose the correct words from the box. There is one example.

an astronaut; jam; a pilot; baseball; stamps; postcards; a journalist

Example: This person can fly to the moon in a rocket. an astronaut

1. This is made from fruit and you can put it on your bread with a knife. -

2. Players in this game throw, catch and hit the ball on a sports field. -

3. These have pictures on them and you can write on the back and send them to friends when you’re on holiday. -

4. It is this person’s job to write about news in a newspaper. -

5. You buy these and put them on your envelopes before you post them. -

6. This person flies a plane and usually wears a uniform. -

"Do you want to watch the film now or later?"

"_____."

  • Of course not.
  • Of course
  • I don’t mind.
  • No, I don't watch later

Every morning Tom ________, then he gets dressed.

  • go up
  • get out
  • gets up
  • goes out

She put new ________ on the bed.

  • curtains
  • carpets
  • blankets
  • rugs

If you _____ to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in this mess now.

  • listen
  • had listened
  • listened
  • will listen

When I was a child, I _____ once a day.

  • used to swim
  • was used to swimming
  • used to swimming
  • was used to swimming

_____ is your telephone number?

  • When
  • Which
  • What
  • How
_______ nice the weather is!
  • What
  • How
  • Which
  • Who
_____ get tired of answering the same questions every day?
  • Have you ever
  • Had you ever
  • Do you ever
  • Are you ever
_____ information you need is in this book. Read it carefully.
  • A
  • An
  • The

Choose the correct answer.

_____, Peter came to see me.

  • While having dinner
  • While I was having dinner
  • When having dinner
  • When I am having dinner

Complete the conversation about renting a room. What does Jack say to Mrs. Brown? Write the correct letter A—H for each blank. You do not need to use all the letters.

A What does the heating cost? 

B  I can't decide about the room. Can I phone you later?

C  All right. But before tomorrow.

How near is the bus stop?

E  I like the big window — it's nice and sunny.

F  But is there anywhere to park my car?

G  Yes. I've come about the room.

A nurse, so I often have to work at night.

Mrs Brown: Good morning! Are you Jack Gomer?

Jack:

Mrs Brown: Come this way. Here it is. 

Jack:  

Mrs Brown: And it's very warm. The rent is £400 a month.

Jack:

Mrs Brown: There's nothing more to pay. Are you a student?

Jack:

Mrs Brown: It's very quiet here during the day. And the station's not far away. 

Jack:

Mrs Brown: Only in the road. I haven't got a garage.

Jack:

Mrs Brown: All right. But before tomorrow.

Read the story. Choose a word from the box. Write the correct word.

find; Terrible; turn; happy; shelves; arrived; heavy; climbed; belt

David’s parents decided to move to a new house. But David didn’t want to live in another town

My name is Nick. I live with my mum and dad and our cat, Bill. Last weekend, we moved to a new house, so I helped my parents. I carried my toys out to the car. Some men came to make the sofa, armchairs, tables, cupboards, and beds to our new house. The sofa was very so it was difficult to move. We left at twelve o'clock and later in the afternoon, we at the new house. We put my bed in my new bedroom and my toys and books on some there. In the evening, we were sitting down to have something to eat when Dad said, "Where's Bill?" We couldn't him anywhere.

"Oh, dear!" Mum said. "Perhaps we left him at the old house!" We all got in the car and went back to see. Bill was waiting in the garden when we arrived. He was very to see us.

"Sorry, Bill" I said, "!"

Read the text and questions below.

For each question, choose the correct answer. 

Night work

Can you imagine what it would be like working at night? You’d start your day when everyone else was going to bed, and you’d go to bed when everyone else was getting up. Is that really a natural way to live?

These days more and more jobs need to be done at night. Most big hotels offer 24-hour room service, and need staff at reception and working in the bars. Many companies have 24-hour call centers to deal with emergency inquiries. There are 24-hour supermarkets, and of course, there are the workers for emergency services such as fire-fighters, the police, and hospital workers.

However, few people can work well at night. This is partly because we cannot easily change our sleeping habits. Some people can manage on a little as three hours’ sleep while others need as many as eleven hours – you’re either a ‘short sleeper’ or ‘long sleeper’. If working at night stops you from getting the amount of sleep you need, you will damage your health.

The best part of the day everyone is around lunchtime and the worst point is between 2 a.m and 4 p.m. So if you’re driving home at this time or doing something important at work, things are far more likely to go wrong!

Humans are used to sleeping at night and being awake during the day, and they’ll never be able to do things the other way round. The problem is that today’s 24-hour society isn’t going to slow down which means that night-workers will remain.

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

  • to describe the importance of work.
  • to say how working at night can be bad for you.
  • to suggest how people can change their way of life
  • to recommend people spend more time sleeping.

What does the writer say about night jobs?

  • Everybody needs the same amount.
  • It is easier that working during the day.
  • It is easier to demand better working conditions.
  • There is a variety of them.

What would a reader learn about sleep from the text?

  • Everybody needs the same amount.
  • It’s difficult to change your sleeping needs.
  • People sleep better in the early morning.
  • Many people need more than 11 hours’ sleep.

What does the writer say about the future?

  • Fewer people will work during the day.
  • Some jobs will always be done at night.
  • People will demand fewer services.
  • People will work longer hours.

According to the passage, when is the best part of the day?

  • around lunchtime
  • around 2 a.m
  • around 4 p.m
  • between 2 a.m and 4 p.m

Which of the following could also be a title for this text?

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

It's so difficult for me to concentrate when people are talking so loudly. => I find ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

I asked my new neighbours where they had lived before. => I asked my new neighbours, "Where ............?"

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

This house is larger than their old house.

=> Their old house wasn't as ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

The chef creates special menus at certain times of the year. => Special menus are ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

I definitely will not go to that market again. => This is .............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

I want to study English, not French. => It ............ , not French.