Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu của SGD Hà Nội số 9

3/12/2020 5:01:00 PM

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

  • health
  • appear
  • ready
  • heavy

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

  • fixes

  • raises

  • changes

  • goes

Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • express
  • effort
  • employ
  • reduce

Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • prevent
  • receive
  • recent
  • remote

Choose the underlined word(s) that needs correction.
She has succeeded in make you jealous, hasn’t she?

  • has
  • make
  • jealous
  • hasn’t

Choose the underlined word(s) that needs correction.
This is the city which I was born and grew up.

  • This
  • which
  • was born
  • grew up

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

She has disappeared three days ago, and they are still looking for her now.

 
  • has disappeared
  • and
  • are still
  • for her

We are saving money _____ we want to buy a new house.

  • so
  • because
  • but
  • and

While Peter _____ the rose bush in the back yard, the phone rang.

  • were watering
  • has watered
  • watered
  • was watering

She speaks good Italian but only _____ German.

  • a few
  • a little
  • much
  • many

The smaller the room is, the ______ furniture it needs.

  • fewer
  • smaller
  • less
  • more

My mother is the only one that I can absolutely confide _____.

  • in
  • up
  • with
  • for

Mary’s lawyer advised her _____ anything further about the accident.

  • not saying
  • telling
  • not to say
  • to not tell

I think he won’t join us, _____?

  • doesn’t he
  • will he
  • don’t I

Choose the correct answer.

I’m too busy, I wish I __________ enough time to read that interesting book.

  • will have
  • had
  • have had
  • have

Choose the correct answer.

It is ______ for me to go dancing. Actually, I don’t dance well.

  • usual
  • unusual
  • usually
  • usualness

Last night there was _____ bird singing outside my house.

  • a
  • x
  • an
  • the

- Tom: "Thank you so much for giving me a lift."

- Linda: "_____"

  • Sure. I will be so happy to do that.
  • Thanks for saying so!
  • It's kind of you to say sol
  • You are welcome!

Donna meets her teacher after class.

- Donna: "It would be my pleasure if you join us for the birthday party."

- Teacher: "_____"

  • Thanks. I’ll look forward to it.
  • You did a good job.
  • No worries.
  • How's it going?

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

He’s planning to release his new solo single album about New Year.

  • put out
  • set free
  • imprison
  • come out

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

I got the teaching job in the Happy Child Charity Centre just by chance.

  • accidentally
  • purposefully
  • easily
  • immediately

Choose the word(s) which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
This boy is poorly-educated and doesn’t know how to behave properly.

  • ignorant
  • uneducated
  • knowledgeable
  • rude

Choose the word(s) which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
I know he’s very punctual because he always arrives at the office at 8 a.m.

  • careful
  • reliable
  • late
  • quick

Choose the word or phrase that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

           A gesture is an action  that sends a message from one person to another  using words. We use gestures to communicate with others. There are some gestures that have completely different meaning depending on when and    they are used.

        When an American wants that something is OK or good, he raises his hand and make a circle with his thumb and  forefinger. The circle sign has meaning only for him. He might be to learn that in other countries it can mean  something very different.

          In Japan, for instance,  it is the gesture of money. In France it is “zero” or “worthless”. Such differences can lead to all kinds of misunderstanding when foreigners meet. why is it that the same gesture has so many different meanings? 

Read the passage then choose the correct answer to each question.

One of the most difficult things young people face when they want to travel is the lack of funds. During summer holidays and possibly at weekends, they are able to take on part-time jobs, but the money they make is just a drop in the bucket of what they need to travel far away. For example, traveling to Australia from Vietnam can be quite expensive just for an airline ticket, and to a lot of students wanting to travel, it can seem out of reach.

For students wanting to travel to Australia and New Zealand in particular, however, they are in luck. Although many countries offer working holidays, these two countries are well-known for offering them. When a young person signs up to get a working holiday visa, he only pays for the round-trip airfare to get to either place and only needs to carry some extra cash for incidentals. Once he is there, a job awaits where he can earn some money.

Many of the jobs require little or no experience, such as picking fruit or working in a busy pub out in the countryside. Some of the jobs require more experience that most people are unlikely to have, such as being a certified welder to work for eight weeks on a farm. That shouldn’t discourage you, though, because there is always something to be found if you search hard enough.

There are many websites that advertise working holidays in Australia and New Zealand. If you have the courage and are looking for a way to make a little money and see the world, it might be just the ticket you were looking for.

 

What is the main idea of the passage?

 
  • Taking part-time jobs in Australia
  • Taking a working holiday
  • Traveling from Vietnam
  • Ways to make money

The phrase “out of reach” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to ____.

  • accessible
  • unable to be achieved
  • friendly
  • remote

According to the passage, which statement is true?

  • People on working holidays must be from Australia or New Zealand.
  • A young person needs a special visa to go on a working holiday.
  • Some working holidays are not paid.
  • Picking fruit is the only job available for young people on working holidays.

There are lots of jobs in Australia that _________.

  • most people are unlikely to have experience
  • discourage you from going there
  • do not require working experience
  • you can find in the countryside

Where can people find working holidays advertised?

  • On the Internet
  • In magazines
  • On the radio
  • In travel guidebooks

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

Yesterday / it/ take/ Jane/ an hour/ drive to work/ because/ heavy rain.

  • Yesterday it took Jane an hour driving to work because of the heavy rain.
  • Yesterday it took Jane an hour to drive to work because of the heavy rain.
  • Yesterday it took Jane an hour to driving to work because the heavy rain.
  • Yesterday it took Jane an hour to drive to work because the heavy rain.

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

If / you / see / dangerous animal / street / now / what / you / do?

  • If you saw a dangerous animal in the street now, what did you do?
  • If you see a dangerous animal in the street now, what will you do?
  • If you had seen a dangerous animal in the street now, what would you do?
  • If you saw a dangerous animal in the street now, what would you do?

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

child / should / give / everything / he or she / want.

  • A child should not being given everything he or she wants.
  • A child should not be given everything he or she wants.
  • A child should not been given everything he or she wants.
  • A child should not given everything he or she wants.

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

I / suggest / you / not / take / the job / without / renegotiate / the salary.

  • I suggest that you not taking the job without renegotiate the salary.
  • I suggest that you don't take the job without renegotiating the salary.
  • I suggest that you not take the job without renegotiating the salary.
  • I suggest that you shouldn't take the job without renegotiate the salary.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

During rush hours, traveling by car is slower than traveling by motorbike.

  • During rush hours, traveling by car is faster than traveling by motorbike.
  • During rush hours, traveling by motorbike is faster than traveling by car.
  • During rush hours, traveling by car is as slow as traveling by motorbike.
  • During rush hours, traveling by motorbike is slower than traveling by car.

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

"I will try my best to finish the work this afternoon," said Sarah.

  • Sarah said she will try her best to finish the work that afternoon.
  • Sarah said she will try my best to finsh the work this afternoon.
  • Sarah said she would try my best to finish the work this afternoon.
  • Sarah said she would try her best to finish the work that afternoon.

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

I last saw him when I was a student.

 
  • I have seen him when I was a student.
  • I didn’t see him when I was a student.
  • I saw him since I was a student.
  • I haven't seen him since I was a student.

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

My American friend finds it difficult to pick up food with chopsticks.

  • My American friend doesn’t feel like picking up food with chopsticks.
  • My American friend can’t find chopsticks to pick up food.
  • My American friend didn’t used to pick up food with chopsticks.
  • My American friend is not used to picking up food with chopsticks.