Đề minh họa bài thi vào lớp 6 môn Tiếng Anh trường THCS Cầu Giấy số 9

7/7/2020 3:53:00 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.

  • help

  • tennis

  • tell

  • prepare

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

  • humour
  • hotel
  • hour
  • lighthouse

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

  • spread
  • cream
  • bread
  • head

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

  • answer
  • reply
  • singer
  • future

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

  • museum
  • interest
  • handicapped
  • difficult

_____ pieces of chocolate would you like?

  • How much
  • How many
  • How far
  • How long

_____ this medicine, and you’ll be well again.

  • Have
  • Drink
  • Eat
  • Take

A is _____ highest mark that a student can get in an examination.

  • the
  • a
  • an
  • --

As soon as she came _____ after the operation, she asked for a cup of water.

  • up
  • across
  • around
  • along

Nam doesn’t watch TV _____ his brother.

  • so often as
  • like often as
  • such often as
  • as often so

I received a letter _____ my friend yesterday.

  • from
  • by
  • on
  • at

She has warned her son _____ talking to strangers.

  • for
  • on
  • about
  • to

You _____ to see better if you turn on the lamp.

  • will
  • will be able to
  • will be able
  • can

I don't think the exam is _____ for me to have a good chance of passing.

  • easy enough
  • too difficult
  • so difficult
  • much difficult

He had to explain the lesson very clearly _____.

  • in order that his student to understand it
  • so that his students could understand it
  • so as to his students understand it
  • so that his students can understand it

- "How well you are playing!"

- "_____."

  • Say it again. I like to hear your words
  • I think so. I am proud of myself
  • Thank you too much
  • Many thanks. That is a nice compliment

- Linda: "Why don’t you come to the concert with us tonight?"

- Mary: "_____"

  • Tonight is fine.
  • Sorry, I’m busy tonight.
  • Yes, but I want to make it myself.
  • Let's book that tour today.

Read the following passage and mark the correct word that best fits each of the blanks.

Have you ever been to Britain? I’ve dreamed of going there I was a little girl and finally, the spring of 2012, it happened. I was there three weeks and much of that time soaking up the culture, history, and scenery of this incredible island. I visited several districts in England, Wales and Scotland and even took a trip to Ireland. Every place I went to seemed to be more interesting and more beautiful the last.

The tour I was with began in London. Of all the sights I saw there, the Tower of London was the most . The Tower is a building complex of incredibly rich history.

Also on the Thames are the Houses of Parliament and, of course, the clock tower housing “Big Ben”. I saw many landmarks that I can hardly remember them all. Although it was just a glimpse of London I did, at least, get a chance to see all the famous places.

After of days in London we traveled to the south of England stopping to visit Stonehenge. If you don’t know about Stonehenge there are some links on my links page that will take you to sites that can fill you in.

You are going to read an article about trainspotting. Five sentences have been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A-G the one which fits each gap. You do not need to use all the letters. 

A. This might be in beautiful countryside or by an old bridge.

B. Steam trains are the most beautiful.

C. It's the busiest station in the country.

D. I just don't understand what's so funny.

E. You must never walk along the tracks or through tunnels.

F. A pen or pencil, a notebook for the train numbers, a camera and perhaps a pair of binoculars is all that most people take with them.

G. "Safety is very important," says Bob

Watching the World Go By

A hobby which is particularly strange to many people is trainspotting or train fanning, as it is called in America. This pastime usually involves standing on the platform of a railway station in all kinds of weather and for many hours, writing down the serial numbers of all trains that pass through the station on that day. The final aim of this is to have seen every train in the country.

Unlike some hobbies, you don’t need a lot of expensive equipment. . You also need a lot of patience.

There are two very busy places in England for transporters. Clapham Junction Station, which is the south of London, is one of them. . York Station is also very popular. It is in northern England and it has the National Railway Museum nearby.

Although people laugh at trainspotting and say that it's boring, those who have taken up this hobby disagree. "It’s not just about standing on a platform and writing the numbers of trains as they pass through a station," says Bob Turner, who has been a transporter for 20 years. "It also involves activities like watching trains from a favorite location. . We also ride on trains for fun, take photographs or even visit railway shows and museums. Being a trainspotter also increases a person's interest in rail history."

There are also a few rules that trainspotters follow for their own and other people's safety. . "You must always cross the tracks at the proper crossings, not just at any point, and you must always expect a train on any track from any direction and at any time."

Bob also recommends staying a safe distance from the tracks wherever possible. You must never walk along the tracks or through tunnels. "Nobody should risk having an accident while enjoying a hobby. As long as you follow the rules, trainspotting is very safe."

Does he really enjoy it? "Yes I do!" says Bob, smiling. "l don't know why people think it's something to laugh at. . Trainspotting can be a great way to spend your time. I have travelled all around the country looking at all kinds of trains and I have seen lots of great places. One more thing, we don't all wear little brown glasses and anoraks!"

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