Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu của SGD Hà Nội số 45

7/15/2020 9:09:00 PM

Khác với mẫu đề thi vào 10 chính thức năm 2019 và với các đề ôn luyện vào 10 theo form Sở GD HN năm 2020, ở đề thi thử này 08 câu hỏi viết lại câu không ở dạng tự luận mà ở dạng trắc nghiệm (giống như đề KSCL lớp 9 lên 10 của PGD quận Cầu Giấy ngày 03/06/2020).

36 câu hỏi trong đề thi thử online này tương đương 40 câu hỏi trong đề thi trên giấy. Thời gian làm bài: 60".

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

  • consisted

  • enjoyed

  • studied

  • designed

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

  • decide
  • remind
  • invent
  • provide

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

  • workshop
  • remind
  • outskirts
  • village

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

  • design
  • admire
  • arrange
  • model

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

If we carry on talk maybe he will go away.

  • carry
  • talk
  • will
  • away

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Remember to read the instructions careful before you use this machine.

  • Remember
  • the instructions
  • careful
  • this machine

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

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

  • While
  • cleaned
  • found
  • lost

David learned to play_____ guitar when he was ____ student.

  • the/a
  • a/ the
  • the / the
  • a/a

My Malaysian pen pal, Razali Maryam, was really impressed by the beauty of Ha Noi and by the _____ of its people.

  • friendship
  • friendliness
  • friendly
  • friends

It is too hot here. Could you turn _____ the air conditioner?

  • out
  • on
  • off
  • back

She was late for work _____ she missed the bus.

  • although
  • therefore
  • because
  • so

Some people think that living in the countryside is ______ than living in the city.

  • comfortable
  • as comfortable
  • more comfortable
  • the most comfortable

If we _____ to England this summer, we would have the chance to pick up a bit of English.

  • go
  • have gone
  • goes
  • went

Some of my relatives have come to stay _____ me _____ Christmas.

  • to / in
  • to / at
  • with / in
  • with / at
I _____ there once a long time ago and _____ back since.
  • was / have not been
  • had been / was not
  • would be / had not been
  • have been / will not be

There aren't _____ eggs left in the fridge, so we will go to the supermarket to buy some.

  • much
  • several
  • some
  • any

Alice is talking to Mary about their plan for the weekend.

Alice: "How about visiting the church this weekend?"

Mary: "_____"

  • Well done.
  • Not at all.
  • That's a good idea.
  • No, thanks.

John offered his mother a nice gift on her birthday.

John's mother: "Thank you very much for your gift! How wonderful it is!"

John: "_____"

  • Never mind!
  • I'm happy you like it.
  • That's right.
  • Of course.

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

In the first two decades of its existence, the cinema developed rapidly.

  • slowly
  • really
  • quickly
  • hardly

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

We’re seeking for a talented musician to join our entertainment company.

  • good
  • famous
  • great
  • gifted

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

After a very short time, this kind of music becomes wildly popular among the youth.

  • appealing
  • attractive
  • unknown
  • common

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

She was given a prize for her achievement in classical and traditional music.

  • success
  • feat
  • failure
  • accomplishment

Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

Culture has a strong influence on non-verbal communication. Even the simple act of looking someone in the eye is not at all that simple. In the USA, Americans are to look directly at people when speaking to them. It shows interest in what they are saying and is thought to carry a  of honesty. Meanwhile, in Japan and Korea, people avoid long periods of eye contact. It is considered more polite to look to the side during a conversation. The Lebanese, stand close together and look intensely in to each other’s eyes. The action shows sincerity and gives people a better sense of what counterparts want. Given such differences with even the most common expressions, people travel or work abroad have a real need to learn the other’s culture’s body language. People tend to be unaware of the messages they are sending to others. So, it is to consider your own body language before dealing with people from other cultures. Knowing about the body language of friends, clients, and colleagues can be very helpful in improving understanding and avoiding miscommunication.

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

WORLD BBQ

To some people, there is nothing more appetizing than the smell of meat sizzling over an open fire. Throughout the world, people love to eat barbecue because it lets them together with friends and family to enjoy a meal that brings them back to their caveman roots. Cooking over coals or an open flame make people feel more sociable.

Most countries have barbecue traditions, and they usually take place on national holidays. In the United States, it is a tradition to have a barbecue of hamburgers and hot dogs on July 4, which is Independence Day. In Taiwan, people get together to eat a barbecue during the Moon Festival, and the smell of burning coal is in the air all day.

In South America, and in Argentina in particular, barbecue is a way of life. All soft of meats and sausages are put on a large grill together over hot coals. Barbecue is even considered the national dish in Argentina, and it is given the name asado in Portuguese. This means not only the dish but also the social event that surrounds an Argentina barbecue.

When a person speaks about Turkish and Middle and Eastern barbecue, the kebab immediately comes to mind. The tradition of taking different meats, and sometimes vegetables as well, and spearing them with a sharp stick called a skewer has crossed cultural lines today. Practically, anywhere in the English-speaking world, the thought of shish-kebab will make barbecue lovers’ mouths water.

Wherever you go in the world, you are almost certain to come across a local method of preparing the barbecue. If you visit different places, be bold and try whatever the local specialties are.

What does the word “sociable” in paragraph 1 means?

  • careless
  • friendly
  • willing
  • talkative

Barbecue considered a way of life in _____.

  • The United States
  • Taiwan
  • The Middle East
  • Argentina

The sharp sticks that are used to cook meat are called _____?

  • specialties
  • skewers
  • shish-kebabs
  • asado
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
  • People in Taiwan eat barbecue during the Lunar New Year Festival.
  • Shish-kebabs are well-known in Turkey.
  • Americans usually eat hamburgers and hot dogs on Independence Day.
  • Argentina’s asado is considered the national dish.
What is the main idea of the passage?
  • Barbecue is a healthy way to eat meat.
  • People today are eating more vegetables with their barbecue.
  • Local barbecue specialties can be found all over the world.
  • People in some countries mostly use sausages when they barbecue.

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

My new school is a little further than my old one.

  • My new school is not as far as my old one.
  • My old school is not as far as my new one.
  • My old school is a little further than my new one.
  • My new school is near my old one.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

“Yes, I stole your purse”, the boy said to the young woman.

  • The boy denied stealing the young man’s purse.
  • The young woman thanked the boy for stealing her purse.
  • The boy admitted stealing the woman’s purse.
  • The young woman accused the boy of stealing her purse.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

Nobody can work out the problem.

  • The problem can't be worked out by everybody.
  • The problem can be worked out by nobody.
  • The problem can be worked out by anybody.
  • The problem can't be worked out by anybody.

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

I have never seen such beautiful pictures before.

  • They are the most beautiful pictures that I have ever seen.
  • This is the first time I saw beautiful pictures.
  • This is the first time I have never seen beautiful pictures.
  • These picture are the most beautiful I have never seen.

Choose the correct sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

My mother is very busy with her work at the office. She still takes good care of us.

  • My mother is so busy with her work at the office that she cannot take good care of us.
  • My mother is too busy with her work at the office to take good care of us.
  • In spite of being very busy with her work at the office, my mother takes good care of us.
  • Because my mother is very busy with her work at the office, she takes good care of us.

Choose the correct sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

Susan didn’t apply for the summer job in the café. She now regrets it.

  • Susan wishes that she applied for the summer job in the café.
  • Susan feels regret because she didn’t apply for the summer job in the café.
  • If only Susan didn’t apply for the summer job in the café.
  • Susan wishes that she had applied for the summer job in the café.

Choose the correct sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

Mr. Smith is a professor. His car was stolen yesterday.

  • His car was stolen yesterday, he is a professor.
  • Mr.Smith, who his car was stolen yesterday, is a professor.
  • Mr.Smith, who is a professor, his car was stolen yesterday.
  • Mr.Smith, whose car was stolen yesterday, is a professor.

Choose the correct sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following question.

Not many students get high scores today. The tests are too hard.

  • If the tests today were easy, more students would get high scores.
  • Not all students would get high scores with such easy tests.
  • Unless the tests were easy, no students could get high scores.
  • The tests are difficult, but all students will get high scores.