Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu chuẩn SGD TP.HCM số 19

6/10/2020 3:49:00 PM

Would you mind _____ the door for me, please?

  • to close
  • close
  • to closing
  • closing

Hoai can not remember the name of the restaurant _____ she ate her favorite roasted duck.

  • which
  • whose
  • whom
  • where
He is a very intelligent boy; _____, he sometimes gets bad marks.
  • otherwise
  • thus
  • so
  • however

When at last she looked at us and smiled, we knew she was _____ danger.

  • with
  • in
  • to
  • out of

I don’t think he will ever get _____ the shock of his father's death.

  • over
  • through
  • by
  • off

That Canadian girl, _____ is smiling at you, is my teacher's daughter.

  • who
  • whom
  • which
  • that

She is loved by many people because of her _____ and consideration. 

  • kind
  • kind-hearted
  • kindness
  • kindly

_____ John the message when you saw him?

  • Did you give
  • Were you giving
  • Have you given
  • Had you given

Use the correct form of the words in parentheses.

She enjoyed the (PEACE) atmosphere in the mosque.

Use the correct form of the words in parentheses.

Tourists are really impressed by the (FRIENDLY) of Vietnamese people.

Give the correct form of words in brackets to fill in the blanks.
In the UK it is (LEGAL) to sell cigarettes to children under 16.

Give the correct form of words in brackets to fill in the blanks.

Don't forget to (CONNECT) the modem when you have finished using it.

Give the correct form of words in brackets to fill in the blanks.

You can (SWEET) your tea with honey instead of sugar.

Give the correct form of words in brackets to fill in the blanks.

That sidewalk is (SLIP) , I almost fell!

- “The government could prohibit smoking in public areas, like parks and theaters.”

- "_______ I mean it's not possible to do that."

  • That’s totally out of the question.
  • Really?
  • Yes, exactly.
  • Yes, that’s important.

Choose the most suitable response.

Peter: "Hi, David, do you think it's possible for you to have a talk sometime today?"

David: “_______”

  • I'd love to, but I've got a pretty tight schedule today.
  • No more time for me. I have to work with my boss.
  • I wish I had been free yesterday to have time with you.
  • Excuse me; however, I'm so busy all day from morning.

What does the sign say?

  • Only cyclists can use this lane.
  • Only cyclists and pedestrians can use this lane.
  • The road is closed for bicycles.
  • This lane is only for automobikes.

Choose the correct answer that goes with this text.

  • You can get your membership cards from the Private Rooms between 10am and 2pm.
  • Anyone can visit the private rooms from 10am to 2pm.
  • Only members can visit the Private Rooms from 10am to 2pm.
  • Members cannot visit the Private Rooms

Read and choose the best answer for each space.


The word ‘robot’ was introduced for first time in 1921 by the Czech writer Karel Capek in his play Rossum’s Universal Robots. These robots were like humans because they could think for themselves. When we hear the word ‘robot’ nowadays, we think of a that must be told what to do and that cannot think for itself.

But can a robot that shows emotions to be created? Actually, yes, and it’s already been done! A robot called Kismet has been developed with eyes, lips, and ears. These features move and allow emotions to be expressed. Kismet doesn’t enjoy , so when that happens he looks sad. He loves attention, though, so when he sees a human face, he smiles. expressions such as interest, calm, surprise, anger, and happiness can also be seen on his face.

At present, other robots are being made that will be able play sports, so in the future people might not be paid millions to play for the best team. Everyone will be cheering on their robot heroes instead.

Adapted from Close-up B1

To do well at school, college, or university you usually need to do well in exams. “All students hate exams” may be a generalization, but it is fairly true one. Certainly, all of the students I’ve known disliked doing exams. None of them thought that the exam system was fair; to do well in an exam you simply had to be able to predict the questions which would be asked. This was the case as regards to students in my class at college. Both of them were exceptionally bright, but in the final year “exam” neither of them got an A grade. In fact, they both got Cs. The exam had tested us on questions which had come up the previous year. They had both assumed that the same questions wouldn’t come up again and hadn’t prepared for them.

The writer’s main purpose of writing the passage is to _____.

  • discuss the importance of exams.
  • describe students' attitudes towards exams.
  • explain the equality in examinations.
  • criticize the exam system.

All of the students thought that the exam system was unfair.

One of writer's students mentioned got an A grade in the final exam.

The statement “All students hate exams” is completely true.

The ability to predict the questions which would be asked helps you get good grades easily.

What can be inferred from the passage?

  • Students should carefully prepare for the questions including those which appeared in the previous exams.
  • Students should continue to predict the questions which might be asked in the exams.
  • Excellent students do not have to prepare for the exams.
  • Students should participate in more activities at school.

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

I can’t get that job because I don’t have an English certificate. ==> If only.....

The project has certainly succeeded in raising public awareness of the issue.

==> The project has certainly managed.....

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

Gary is the best guitarist in her class.

=> No one else.....

I last saw Bob when I was in Ho Chi Minh City.

=> I haven't seen .....