Đề minh họa bài Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 trường Hà Nội-Amsterdam số 5

7/13/2020 4:04:00 PM

Đề thi thử môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo mẫu đề tuyển sinh vào lớp 6 của trường Hà Nội Amsterdam (theo cấu trúc đề được mô tả bởi HS dự thi năm trước).

You will hear Nicole talking to Tom about her party. What will each person bring?

A. CDs E. cups
B. crisps F. burger
C. pizza G. ice-cream
D. bottles of cola and fruit juice H. plates


0. Nicole B

1. Carl

2. Lisa

3. Rosie

4. Tom

5. Mike

Look at the sentences for this part.

You will hear a conversation between a man, James, and a woman, Diana, about taking photographs.

Decide if each sentence is true or false.

1. When taking photos, Diana avoids getting close to wild animals.

2. James thinks that everybody need a good camera to take good photos.

3. Diana's parents are happy for her to take up photography as a career.

4. James was surprised how easy it was to take underwater photographs.

5. Diana suggests someone who can give James lessons on underwater photography.

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

  • occasion
  • pleasant
  • decision
  • pleasure

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

  • brushed
  • coughed
  • ploughed
  • faced

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

  • bought
  • sought
  • drought
  • fought

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

  • career
  • avoid
  • manage
  • advise

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

  • congratulate
  • celebrate
  • compulsory
  • communicate

She used to _____ her living by delivering vegetables to local hotels.

  • have
  • win
  • earn
  • get

Although it was raining heavily, _____.

  • he went out without a raincoat.
  • but he went out without a raincoat
  • so he went out without a raincoat
  • however he went out without a raincoat

Last year, Matt earned _____ his brother.

  • twice as much as
  • twice as many as
  • twice more than
  • twice as more as

The environment is _____ in almost everywhere.

  • threatening seriously
  • seriously threatening
  • seriously threatened
  • serious threatened

The committee suggested a _____ plan to deal with the problem, but the plan won’t solve things completely.

  • physical
  • little
  • short-term
  • higher

My brother is intelligent but he _____ common sense.

  • fails
  • lacks
  • misses
  • wants

What is your response _____ this forum?

  • of
  • with
  • to
  • about

Yu Na: "I’ll take part in the beauty contest."

Father: "_____"

  • It is really kid’s stuff!
  • I’m sorry about that contestant.
  • You’ll do nothing of the kind.
  • I can’t say it worries me!

It was _____ serious accident that he was kept in hospital for a month.

  • such
  • such a
  • so
  • so a

The pop star we invited onto the chat show didn’t _____.

  • turn on
  • turn up
  • turn off
  • turn down

Can you close the gate _____ then hens will not go out ?

  • so as to
  • in order to
  • to
  • so that

In the next chapter, we will learn about the _____ of the moon around the Earth.

  • travel
  • goal
  • mass
  • motion

We have bought extra food _____ our friends stay to dinner.

  • if
  • in case
  • provided
  • as long as

He is very keen _____ English, but he is not good _____ listening.

  • on/ at
  • at/ at
  • at/ on
  • on/ in

The Moon is

  • the second Earth.
  • the Earth’s only natural satellite.
  • bigger than the Earth.
  • able to produce its own light.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The Yale Daily News is oldest than any other college newspaper still in operation in the United States.

  • oldest than
  • other
  • still
  • in operation

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I am afraid of lose my smartphone because the train is too crowded.

  • am
  • lose
  • because
  • is

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Can you look up the baby when I am out?

  • up
  • when
  • am
  • out

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

While Angela cleaned the room, she found her lost earring.

  • While
  • cleaned
  • found
  • lost

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Energy exists in different forms such as light, heat, and chemical, mechanic and electrical energy.

  • in
  • forms
  • mechanic
  • electrical

Read the passage and choose the best answer which best fits each space.

What is money? The pound, the dollar or the franc are actually just like a gram or a kilometre. The difference is that you can exchange money for something . A five-pound note may buy a book, a huge bag of sweets, or a couple of cinema tickets. But the note itself is only a printed of paper which costs almost nothing to make.

Thousands of years ago, people didn’t have money as we know it. There were no banks or even shops. In those days, Mr. Green, the farmer exchanged the corn he had grown for Mr. Hive’s honey. This was an exchange arranged the two people, each of whom had something that the other wanted. But in time, most societies invented their own “currencies” that people could exchange more. The different currencies began to join together, which is why everyone uses a national currency.

Complete the passage with the words given.

mistakes | differences | likely | general | immediately | common | vocabulary | dictation | luckily | strange


English is the first language of many people in countries outside the United Kingdom. When you meet speakers of English from around the world, you notice that they do not all speak in the same way. There are also some in the words they use, including the names of objects that are part of everyone’s daily life. Although pronunciation and are not the same everywhere, it is interesting that English speakers from opposite sides of the world can understand each other quite easily. It does not seem to matter where they learnt the language. And of course, this is one reason why speakers of other languages are keen on learning English too. If you know English, you are more to be able to study or work in all sorts of exciting places, such as the United States or Australia.

Read the passage and answer the questions.

Your amazing brain

Your brain controls everything you do. It makes it possible for you to think, learn, create and feeler to blink and breathe and for your heart to beat - this fantastic-center is your brain. It is so amazing that a famous scientist once calls the most complex thing we have discovered in our universe.

Trying to make sense of the brain isn't easy. We know it’s the organ that makes us human by giving the ability to create art and language to make decisions and produce rational thought. It's also responsible for personalities, memories, movement and how we understand the world.

Can this small grey organ, which weighs less than one and a half kilos, really do so much? Amazingly, your brain contains about 109 billion microscopic cells called neurons - it would take you over 3,000 years to count them all. Whenever you laugh, think, see or move, it's because signals are racing between these neurons. Believe it or not, the activity in your brain never stops. Your neurons create and send more messages than all the phones in the world. And although one neuron creates only a very small amount of electricity, all your neurons together can produce enough electricity to power a light bulb.

So exactly how fast does your brain work? Well, imagine this: a bee lands on our foot. Neurons in your skin send this information to your brain at a speed of more than 240 kilometers per hour. Your brain then uses other neurons to send the message back to your foot to shake the bee off quickly. These neurons can send this information at more than 320 kilometers per hour. No computer has your brain's incredible ability to cope with the amount of information coming from your eyes, ears and other sensory organs.
But how does your brain allow you to learn things that you will use in the future? The structure of your brain changes every time you have a new thought, remember or learn something. For example, riding a bike seems impossible at first, but soon you are able to do it. How? As you practice, your brain sends 'bike riding' messages again and again. Soon, the actions are learnt and you are able to ride a bike easily from then on.

How quickly we learn things varies from person to person, but there are some things which can help us to learn faster and, surprisingly, exercise is one of them. We know that any exercise that makes your heart beat faster is great for your body and can even help improve your mood. But we know less about the effects of exercise on learning. However, scientists have recently discovered that for a period of time after you've exercised, your body produces a chemical that makes it easier for your brain to learn. So, if you're stuck on a homework problem that is too difficult to solve, go out and play a game of football, then try the problem again. You just might discover that you're able to solve it.

Adapted from Close-up B1 pre-intermediate student’s book

Why does the writer mention computers?
  • to compare them to the human brain
  • to show how fast they have become
  • to say that computers have no abilities
  • to say that computers need eyes and ears

We know that neurons _____.

  • send messages very slowly.
  • are only found in your skin.
  • deliver messages to your brain.
  • need electricity to work.

When you have a new thought, _____.

  • your heart beats faster.
  • the structure of your brain changes.
  • you learn something new.
  • you remember something.
What does the writer tell us about exercise?
  • It can make you less intelligent.
  • It needs a special chemical.
  • Its effects are not well known.
  • It can make you feel better.
What is the article generally about?
  • All the steps that are involved when your brain learns things.
  • What an incredible organ the human brain is.
  • How the brain makes people smarter than computers.
  • The things you can do to speed up your brain.

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

They worked all night, but they couldn't finish their reports in time. (ALTHOUGH)

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

Your brother was clever. He could do this exercise in a few minutes. (ENOUGH)

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

"I’m sorry I can’t go to your graduation day," Tom said to me. (APOLOGISED)

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

It took me 4 hours to read the first chapter of the book. (SPENT)

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

Staying at home would be better than going out tonight. (WOULD RATHER)

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

Ba's parents/ often/ advise/ he/ not/ waste time/ play/ computer games.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

Jane/ absent/ from/ class/ because/ her sickness.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

My parents/ not use/ let/ me/ stay up/ late/ when/ I/ little boy.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

I/ be/ Sydney/ since/ January/ and it be/ first time/ to/ dinner/ an Australian family.

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

I/ be/ look forward/ see/ you/ next week.