Đề minh họa bài thi vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 4

7/1/2020 3:40:00 PM
Students who need _____ extra money can find _____ part-time job.
  • ∅/ a
  • the/ ∅
  • an/ the
  • a/ the

She has warned her son _____ talking to strangers.

  • into
  • for
  • about
  • by

My younger brother promised _____ too much time playing computer games.

  • not to spend
  • did not spend
  • not spend
  • to not spending

I couldn't quite _____ what they were doing because they were so far away.

  • bear out
  • make out
  • think out
  • try out

He hasn't found the book _____ I gave him yesterday.

  • who
  • which
  • what
  • why

"_____ pass me the newspaper?" - "Sure. Here you are."

  • Would you mind
  • Could you please
  • May you
  • Why don't we

You can take a taxi _____ you don't mind waiting.

  • except
  • unless
  • provided
  • apart

Helen's parents were very pleased when they read her school _____.

  • report
  • papers
  • diploma
  • account

Mathematics and Literature are _____ subjects in high schools.

  • extra
  • optional
  • compulsory
  • positive

On Easter day, people _____ on the streets to watch colorful parades.

  • happen
  • crowd
  • go
  • come

- "Would you like to go and visit the museum tomorrow?"

- "_____"

  • That right.
  • I like to see it.
  • You must want it.
  • That would be great.

Dad: "I have bought you a toy. Happy birthday to you!"

Son: "_____."

  • Have a nice day!
  • The same to you!
  • What a lovely toy! Thanks.
  • What a pity!

Peter: "I've been awarded a scholarship to study in America."

Kate: "Uh, really? _____"

  • Take care of yourself!
  • Congratulations!
  • You are always lucky.
  • Lucky as you are!

What is heat?

  • a material that stops energy from moving through it easily
  • a material that is used to put fires out
  • a person that uses no energy
  • energy that makes something warmer

An environment is _____.

  • all of the living things in an area
  • the air and dirt in an area
  • all of the living and nonliving things in an area
  • all of the nonliving things in an area

When your part of the Earth faces the Sun, it is _____ where you live.

  • nighttime
  • daytime
  • summer
  • winter

Read the text and questions below.

Maria Mutoia

Former 800 meters Olympic champion

In 1988, Maria Mutola was playing football as the only girl in an all-boys team in a local competition in Mozambique. ‘We won,' she said. ‘At first, no one thought it was a problem that I was a girl. But then the team we beat complained.'

The story appeared in a local newspaper and Jose Craveirinha, who had encouraged other African athletes, learnt about Maria. He went to meet her and found her kicking a ball around outside the football club. He realized immediately that she was fast. ‘He talked to me about athletics. I had no idea what he meant. The only sport I knew about was football. Then he bought me running shoes and took me training. It was such hard work and my legs really ached.' But Jose visited her parents and persuaded them she could be successful and this would help end their poverty. They agreed to let him take her away to train.

In 1991, she finally accepted an invitation to train in the United States. She had refused previously because she knew she would miss her family. Her background was unlike those of the girls she met in the US. She explains, 'They were good athletes but, while I worried about my parents having enough to eat, they worried about dresses and make-up. They knew very little about me and even less about my problems. But I knew I was lucky to be there. The trainers were brilliant and I learnt a lot.'

Today, Maria still runs and for most of the year, she lives happily in South Africa with her mother.

Jose Craveirinha found out about Maria when

  • he went to watch a local football competition.
  • she was blamed for her team losing a football competition.
  • he saw an article about her role in a football match.
  • people complained about another member of her football team.

When Jose first introduced Maria to athletics, she

  • didn't know what was involved.
  • was worried about being injured.
  • was keen to learn everything he knew.
  • didn't think her family would approve.

What does Maria say about the girls she met in the United States?

  • They did not make full use of their abilities.
  • Their training programmes were less demanding than hers.
  • They did not show enough respect for the trainers.
  • Their experiences of life were very different from hers.

What would Maria say about her life?

  • Jose has made all my dreams possible. From the first day we met, 1 was certain I wanted to become a top athlete.
  • My life hasn't always been easy but I've had many opportunities. Running is important to me and so is my family.
  • I regret becoming involved in athletics. It was horrible leaving Mozambique and my parents. I'd like to go back to football.
  • The US has some wonderful training facilities, so I'm glad that I agreed to go when I was first offered the chance.

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

The action of entertaining other people by dancing, singing, acting, or playing music. (11 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

Behaving in a pleasant, kind way towards someone. (8 letters):

Read the description and write the correct word in the blank.

To pay no attention to something, or to not let it influence you. (6 letters):

Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb:

"Tit ____ tat." (3 letters):