Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu của SGD Hà Nội số 34

6/2/2020 8:02:00 PM

Đề thi thử được biên soạn theo đúng cấu trúc đề tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 của Sở GD&ĐT Hà Nội, ở độ khó "bình thường". 2k5 đang chuẩn bị làm bài khảo sát học kì II của Phòng/Sở hãy ôn luyện nhé!

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

  • problem
  • love
  • box
  • hobby

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

  • claimed
  • warned
  • occurred
  • existed

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

  • persuade
  • reduce
  • increase
  • offer

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

  • appoint
  • gather
  • threaten
  • vanish

- "The book is really interesting and educational."

- "______"

  • I’d love it!
  • That’s nice of you to say so!
  • I couldn’t agree with you more!
  • Don’t mention it!

"I can't do this maths problem. Can you please help?" - "_____."

  • I suppose so
  • Let me see
  • Certainly not
  • You are wrong

Yoga is _____ a relaxing way to stay in shape that it really helps with stress.

  • too
  • so
  • such
  • enough

If it weren't for my mobile phone, I _____ never know where my friends were.

  • will
  • would
  • should
  • shall

The hotel's _______ gave you the wrong impression about the standard of service.

  • appearing
  • appearance
  • happening
  • attendance

My computer crashed so I asked for _____ help.

  • many
  • the
  • a
  • --

I am a much ______ dancer than you! Watch me!

  • worst
  • worse
  • bad
  • worser

I don't think the problem will be solved soon, _____?

  • will it
  • do I
  • don't I
  • won't I

_____ people have a colour TV in Third World countries.

  • Few
  • Little
  • Not much
  • The number of

He _____ ride his bicycle to the shop and buy his newspaper every morning. 

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

If only we _____ to work today.

  • needn't
  • didn't need
  • don't need
  • hadn't needed

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Today we know that the Earth is one of eight planets who orbit the Sun.

  • we
  • that
  • who
  • orbit

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I met a lot of interesting people while I was studying at Ho Chi Minh City.

  • met
  • interesting
  • while
  • at

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Ba can play the piano better more than his friends can.

  • can play
  • better
  • more than
  • can

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

The newlyweds agreed to be very frugal in the shopping because they wanted to save enough money to buy a house.

  • wasteful
  • careless
  • economical
  • interested

Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word of the following question.

When I was a child I always looked up to my father. He was a real role model for me.

  • understood
  • liked
  • trusted
  • admired

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).

Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance on the island. The islanders even exported the surplus.

  • large quantity
  • excess
  • small quantity
  • sufficiency

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
When he heard the news, Simon got on the next train to London.

  • got of
  • got in
  • got away
  • got off

What animals see

Scientists think that many - perhaps most - animals cannot see colours. “The world is black and white to them."

To find out if dogs could see colours, scientists gave dogs food every time they played a certain piece of music. “The dogs got ready to eat only when they heard this piece of music. They did not get ready to eat when they heard other pieces of music.

Then the scientists gave the dogs food every time they showed them a certain colour. The dogs got ready to eat when they saw this colour. The scientists then showed the dogs another colour. Again the dogs got ready to eat. The colours were all the same to them.

Colours are not all the same to monkeys, however. For example, if we put food in a red box, and do this every day, a monkey will always go to the red box to get the food. If we then put food in a blue box, the monkey won't go to it.

Adapted from New century readings

The passage is about _____.

  • monkeys.
  • dogs.
  • scientists.
  • animals and colour.

All colours are the same to  ____.

  • dogs
  • monkeys
  • scientists
  • all animals

Monkeys know that red and blue are _____

  • colours.
  • not the same.
  • food.
  • music.

The scientists gave the dogs food every time they _____.

  • played certain music.
  • saw the colour red.
  • saw the colour blue.
  • went to a box of food.

One way dogs are different from monkeys is that ____.

  • dogs cannot see any colours and monkeys can.
  • monkeys cannot see any colours and dogs can.
  • dogs can see more colours than monkeys.
  • monkeys cannot see red and blue.

Growing Family

My mother and father divorced about ten years ago. Six years later, my mother met a kind and considerate man called Tom and she remarried. He had two sons from his previous marriage, Michael and Harry, who are now my step brothers. They used to live with their mother, but now we live together in an enormous house that Tom bought and we are quite a loving family. It’s nice having brothers to play with because otherwise I would have been a(an) child. My father lives with a woman called Sarah. She is a very warm and friendly person and I really like her. She and my father are thinking of a child. The problem is that Sarah works for an airline so she is always flying around the world and sometimes she is away home for a whole week. She says that she is not very and that she might stop working to look after a baby.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to following sentence.

"What have you done to my laptop, Jane?" asked Tom.

  • Tom asked Jane what she had done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what had she done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what has she done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what she has done to his laptop.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to following sentence.

John, whose cough is terrible, needs to see a doctor.

  • John’s terrible cough prevents him from seeing a doctor.
  • John needs to see a doctor because of his terrible cough.
  • John’s doctor does not want to see him because he has a bad cough.
  • John’s terrible cough forces him to see a doctor.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to following sentence.

It is compulsory for all the students to finish their class work before going home.

  • All the students needn't finish their class work before going home.
  • All the students can't finish their class work before going home.
  • All the students may finish their class work before going home.
  • All the students must finish their class work before going home.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Her father invited him to the conference.

  • He is invited to the conference by her father.
  • He were invited to the conference by her father.
  • He was invited to the conference by her father.
  • He has been invited to the conference by her father.

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the words given.

There / be / smoke / the room / I / could / not breathe.

  • There was so many smoke in the room that I couldn't breathe.
  • There was such much smoke in the room that I couldn't breathe.
  • There was so much smoke in the room that I couldn't breathe.
  • There was so much smoke in the room where I couldn't breathe.

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the words given.

You / better / notice / what / I / going / tell / you. 

  • You had better get notice of what I am going to tell you.
  • You better take notice with what I am going to tell you.
  • You would better take notice of what I am going to tell you.
  • You had better take notice of what I am going to tell you.

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the words given.

They / learn / English / since / they / be / six / year / old.

  • They have learned English since they were six years old.
  • They have learned English when they have been six years old.
  • They learned English since they were six years old.
  • They have learned English when they were six years old.

Choose the best sentence that can be made from the words given.

He / find / hard / believe / story.

  • You may find hard to believing his story.
  • You may find hard to believe his story.
  • You may find it hard to believing his story.
  • You may find it hard to believe his story.