Đề minh họa bài vào lớp 6 môn Tiếng Anh trường THCS Cầu Giấy số 4

4/28/2020 10:46:00 PM

Đề minh họa bài môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo cấu trúc đề thi của trường THCS Cầu Giấy. Đã có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

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

  • family
  • sky
  • many
  • thirsty

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

  • stopped

  • checked

  • divorced

  • married

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

  • school
  • door
  • stool
  • room

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

  • arrival
  • technical
  • proposal
  • approval

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

  • realize
  • improve
  • control
  • appear

_____ people have a colour TV in Third World countries.

  • Few
  • Little
  • Not much
  • The number of

On the way to the beach, we stopped _____ lunch at a traditional Greek restaurant.

  • to have
  • having
  • have
  • and have

Sarah _____ riding a bicycle now and she doesn’t fall off anymore.

  • is used to
  • get used to
  • used to
  • uses to

In Viet Nam, you shouldn't _____ at somebody's house on the 1st day of the New Year unless you have been invited by the house owner.

  • put up
  • go up
  • show up
  • get up

If parents don’t cook at home, their children _____ more fast food.

  • would have
  • may have
  • had
  • were having

I'm just _____ tired to go to the gym tonight. Let's go tomorrow instead.

  • too
  • so
  • such
  • enough

Their rooms were on the top floor so they _____ the lift.

  • went
  • took
  • drove
  • set

I would rather you _____ with your friends in the park, instead of the garden.

  • practise
  • practised
  • to practise
  • practising

There was a storm and one of the boats _____.

  • dived
  • died
  • floated
  • sank

I can't travel by sea. When it is _____, I'm seasick.

  • wet
  • calm
  • rough
  • cold

"I would like to see the doctor."

- "_____."

  • I hope you'll feel better soon
  • It hurts a lot
  • Have you got an appointment?
  • No, you don't

"May I use your phone?"

- "Certainly. _____."

  • Hold on, please
  • It doesn’t matter
  • Here you are
  • You’re welcome

Read the passage and choose the correct word to fill in the blank.

Cheetahs

Most wild cheetahs (0) are found in eastern and south-western Africa. When running, they can go from 0 to 100 kilometers an hour only three seconds. They can't run this for very long, however, and usually stop about a minute. Cheetahs can also see very well, is useful when they are to catch small animals.

Female cheetahs usually have three cubs at a time. These stay with their mother for between one and a half to two years. They spend most of this time playing together or learning to catch small animals. Male cheetahs live alone or in small groups, with their brothers. Cheetahs are not as big as other members the cat family, such as lions or tigers, and only weigh 45-60 kilograms.

Complete the article about cooking. Write a letter from A-G in each blank. You don't have to use all the letters.

A. As a result, the restaurant became very popular.
B. Dishes from the Mediterranean, for example, use a lot of olive oil.
C. Food is becoming less interesting.
D. We just had to find a way to survive.
E. However, learning to cook foreign food is not always easy.
F. There are also hundreds of cookbooks which are now available.
G. This has resulted in the introduction of an incredible number of new dishes and ingredients.

The Changing Face of Food

As the world becomes smaller through communication and movement becomes much easier, most major cities of the developed world are attracting people from other countries who come looking for a better life and more opportunities for their children. They bring with them their culture, religion and ways of cooking. In cities like London and New York, this has led to an explosion in the variety of food that people now eat.

This process begins with the restaurants that these new immigrants open when they arrive, but this isn't just done to introduce new food to the local citizens. Mr. Patel, for example, came with his wife to London from India about 20 years ago. He explains. ". Even though we both had very good jobs back home, we didn't know any English when we first arrived so it was impossible for us to find work. That's when we decided to open a restaurant serving food from our country."

Starting the restaurant was a risk as they didn't know if it would be successful. "We were putting all the money we had into the business. Luckily, the British people are very open to foreign cultures. . We have no regrets. Things are very different now as there are so many Indian restaurants and it's not unusual anymore."

Just like Mr. Patel, other immigrants from all over the world had the same idea as a way of surviving in a new country. . It's now possible to walk down any High Street in London and have a choice between Indian, Chinese and Italian cuisine, and maybe even Vietnamese or Thai!

In fact, in large cities we don't even have to visit a restaurant to eat exotic food anymore. All ingredients can now be found easily and almost all supermarkets have a section with dishes from all over the world. . It has become just as common for a person to cook a meal from thousands of miles away as it is to cook something traditional.

This variety of cooking is also a result of people becoming more aware of how important it is to eat healthily. . Chinese food has introduced 'stir-fry', which uses very little oil and is much healthier than the usual way of frying. Spicy foods from India clean out the body's system and help fight illnesses.

Having so much choice means that we can find what we really like to eat and what is good for us. It also means that food, which is such an important part of our lives, is continually becoming more interesting. The days of boring sausage, egg and chips are long gone!

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