Đề minh họa bài thi vào lớp 6 môn Anh THCS Nguyễn Tất Thành số 5

8/25/2020 9:36:00 AM

He _____ the guitar since he was twelve years old.

 
  • played
  • plays
  • has played
  • was playing
If we _____ wasting water, there will be a shortage of freshwater in a few decades.
  • turn on
  • look for
  • look after
  • go on

My best friend's birthday is _____ 16th September.

  • on
  • in
  • at
  • since
Asian people eat rice. Rice _____ in many parts of Asia.
  • grown
  • is grown
  • have grown
  • has grown
She didn't pass her exam _____ she studied lazily.
  • so
  • although
  • because
  • but
Children shouldn't be allowed _____ time ______ computer games.
  • waste - to play
  • wasting - playing
  • to waste - to playing
  • to waste - playing
Most people believe that school days are the _____ days of their life.
  • better
  • best
  • more best
  • good

We _____ a big party for Debbie's birthday.

  • annoyed
  • arranged
  • arrived
  • appeared
I think scientists should not be allowed to perform _____ on animals. It's cruel.
  • experiences
  • duties
  • experiments
  • miracles

Jennifer was _____ when she realised that there was a hole in her pants.

  • embarrassed
  • depressed
  • confident
  • pleasant

The roots take in nutrients and water from the _____.

  • soil
  • leaves
  • stem
  • flowers

What is a dinosaur?

  • a kind of animal that lives in nature today
  • a kind of animal that lives only in a zoo today
  • one kind of animal that lived 50 years ago
  • one kind of animal that lived millions of years ago

Day and night are caused by _____.

  • Earth's spin
  • the way sunlight hits the Moon
  • the Sun's path around the Earth
  • the shape of the Earth

Two friends are talking about their upcoming summer holiday.

Jack: "I'm going to take a five-day trip to Singapore."

Jill: "_____"

  • The same to you.
  • No, of course not.
  • You're welcome.
  • Oh, really? Have a great trip!

The classmates are planning to take a field trip.

The monitor: "Why don’t we visit Hue Citadel this weekend?"

Jean: "_____. We can learn about Vietnamese history."

  • No, thanks
  • No, let’s do that
  • OK, I don’t like
  • That’s a good idea

Jenny: "Congratulations on your winning the first prize at the talent contest!"

Tom: "______"

  • You’re welcome.
  • Not at all.
  • Yes, certainly.
  • That’s very kind of you.

Read the text and answer the questions below.

The Shoemaker

Bill Bird is a shoemaker who cannot make shoes fast enough for his growing number of customers - and he charges more than £300 for a pair! Customers travel hundreds of kilometers to his London shoe clinic or to his workshop in the countryside to have their feet measured. He makes shoes for people with feet of unusual sizes: large, very small, very broad or very narrow. The shoes are at least as fashionable as those found in ordinary shops.

Mr. Bird says: ‘My problem is that I cannot find skilled workers. Young people all seem to prefer to work with computers these days. We will lose the necessary skills soon because there are fewer and fewer shoemakers nowadays. I am 45, and now I want to teach young people everything I know about making shoes. It’s a good job, and a lot of people want to buy beautiful shoes specially made for them.’

He started in the business 19 years ago and now he employs three other people. His customers pay about £500 for their first pair of shoes. He says: ‘Our customers come because they want comfortable shoes which are exactly the light size.’ Extra pairs of shoes cost between £320 and £450, as it takes one employee a whole week to make just one shoe.

What is the writer trying to do in the text?

  • describe where Mr. Bird finds his staff.
  • encourage people to wear comfortable shoes.
  • advertise a job selling expensive shoes.
  • show Mr. Bird’s worries about his trade.

What can readers find out from this text?

  • how many customers Mr. Bird has.
  • how to make shoes like Mr. Bird.
  • how to get to Mr. Bird’s London shop.
  • how much Mr. Bird's shoes cost.

What is Mr. Bird's opinion of young people?

  • They want too much money.
  • They are difficult to train.
  • They prefer other jobs.
  • They don’t work hard enough.

Customers choose Mr. Bird because his shoes _____

  • are the most fashionable.
  • fit perfectly.
  • look very unusual.
  • are traditional in design.

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

You need a bat and a ball for this American game. (8 letters):

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

This is an announcement in a newspaper, on television, on the Internet, etc. It is designed to persuade people to buy a product or service, go to an event, or apply for a job. (13 letters):

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

A fixed amount of money that you earn each month or year from your job. (6 letters):

Fill in the missing words to complete the English proverb:

"Haste makes _____." (5 letters):