Đề thi thử vào 10 năm 2021 theo cấu trúc của SGD Phú Yên

4/20/2021 8:34:00 AM

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

  • kissed

  • helped

  • kicked

  • raised

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

  • variety

  • citadel
  • accident

  • facility 

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

  • wander
  • happen
  • borrow
  • promote

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

  • contestant
  • galaxy
  • pyramid
  • messenger

Sam always remembers _____ in the garage so that the driveway is free for other cars.

  • parking
  • be parked
  • being parked
  • to park
The flood victims _____ with food and clean water by the volunteers.
  • provided
  • were provided
  • were providing
  • provide
They decided to travel _____ plane tickets were available at half the standard price.
  • because
  • in spite of
  • due to
  • although

He has tried to give ______ smoking twice but hasn't succeeded.

  • up
  • out
  • off
  • away

I’m going to visit my uncle in London ____ September 22nd.

  • on
  • in
  • at
  • of

I used the internet to get _____ information about deserts around the world.

  • some
  • an
  • a
  • any

If Martin were here now, he _____ us to solve this difficult problem.

  • would help
  • helps
  • will help
  • has helped

The doctor suggests that she _____ a rest for a few days.

  • have
  • has had
  • has
  • having
Sometimes the waiter needs to _____ to customers what is in the dishes.
  • understand
  • decide
  • explain
  • complain

If you get _____ when speaking, take two deep breaths before you say something.

  • annoyed
  • nervous
  • pleased
  • unwilling

My uncle, _____ is a computer programmer, works at New York's Columbia University.

  • whom
  • whose
  • who
  • which

I'm sorry, but I've got ____ much work to do to come to the beach today.

  • so
  • such
  • enough
  • too

Why are these two handwriting papers so different _____ each other?

  • with
  • of
  • at
  • from

_____ sun came out right after the rain and there was _____ beautiful rainbow in the sky.

  • The / the
  • The / a
  • A / the
  • The / Ø
The English alphabet doesn't have 30 letters, _____?
  • isn't it
  • didn't it
  • is it
  • does it

While I _____ for tomorrow's game, a neighbor came to visit me.

  • am practicing
  • will practice
  • was practicing
  • have practiced

Read the passage carefully and decide whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE. 

Madagascar – When to go

Madagascar has two seasons, a warm, wet season from November to April, and a cooler dry season between May and October. However, different parts of the country have very different weather.

The east coast is hotter and wetter, with up to 4000mm of rainfall per year. In the rainy season, there are strong winds, and these can cause a lot of damage. Avoid visiting eastern Madagascar between January and March because the weather can make road travel very difficult. The dry season is cooler and more pleasant.

The high, central part of the country is much drier and cooler. About 1,400 mm of rain falls in the rainy season, with some thunderstorms, but the summer is usually sunny and dry, but it can be cold, especially in the mornings, with freezing showers, and it may snow in mountain areas above 2,400m, and even stay there for several days.

The west coast is the driest part of the island. Here, the winter months are pleasant with little rain, cooler temperatures, and blue skies. The summers can be extremely hot, especially in the southwest. This part of the country is semi-desert and only gets around 300mm of rain per year.

Madagascar has four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter.

The wettest part of the island is the east. 

January-March is a good time to visit eastern Madagascar.

Snow sometimes falls in Madagascar. 

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

The first language you learn to speak is called your native language. As a baby, you listened to your parents or other people speaking and then imitated the sounds you heard. Babies seem to be born with an ability to learn the language they hear.

Native speakers learn as children to use the right words and arrange them in the right order without even thinking about it. If English is your native language, you know automatically that “I going bed” is wrong, but “I am going to bed” is right. If you learn a second language, you have to memorize its words and learn its rules. That’s why learning a second language can be difficult.

Young children can learn a new language very easily. If they are surrounded by people speaking a different language, they soon learn to speak it as well as their native language. But as people grow older, it becomes more difficult to learn new languages. People gradually lose the ability to learn the grammar and pronounce the sounds of another language. People who learn a new language as adults usually have a “foreign accent” when they speak it.

According to the passage, a native language is _____.

  • a new different language you learn to speak
  • a language you learn to speak as an adult
  • the language you speak with a “foreign accent”
  • the first language you learn to speak

Learning a second language can be difficult because _____.

  • you are surrounded by people speaking a different language
  • you must have a “foreign accent” when you speak it
  • you must remember its vocabulary and learn its grammars
  • few are born with an ability to learn the language you hear
Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
  • Babies seem to have an ability to learn the language they hear.
  • Young children have considerable difficulty learning a new language.
  • It becomes more difficult to learn a new language a when people grow older.
  • Gradually, people aren't able to learn the grammar of a new language.

What can be the best title of the passage?

  • Why Grammar is Important
  • Difficulties in Learning English
  • The Importance of the First Language
  • How We Learn a Language

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

A large number of car accidents are caused by fast and driving. (CARE)

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

We'll have to get more  before we make a final decision. (INFORM)

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

The children two songs by Schubert at the school concert last weekend. (SONG)

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

I lost my keys but, , my mom was able to find them. (FORTUNATE)

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

“Why do I have to conduct this research?” she asked me.

=> She asked me ..............

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

It's a pity that I don't have enough money to lend you now.

=> I wish ..............

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

Vietnamese students have fewer vacations than American ones.

=> American students ..........

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

Larry hasn’t surfed the Internet for two days.                                                

=> The last time ..............