Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu của SGD Hà Nội số 26

4/25/2020 4:44:00 PM

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

  • sound
  • house
  • should
  • scout

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

  • musicians

  • highlands

  • assignments

  • problems

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

  • summer
  • weathers
  • again
  • similar

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

  • contrary
  • graduate
  • document
  • attendance

Daisy is talking to Jim about his house.

Daisy: "What a lovely house you have!"

Jim: "_____"

  • Thank you. Hope you will drop in.
  • I think so.
  • Of course not, it’s not costly.
  • No problem.

Teacher: "Jenny, you've made a good job on the project."

Jenny: "_____"

  • Not really. I didn't.
  • Oh. I guess so.
  • Never mention it.
  • Thank you!

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

Before you begin the exam paper, always read the instructions carefully.

  • orders
  • answers
  • rules
  • directions

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

You may note down your qualifications and experience that can relate to the job.

  • put down
  • hold down
  • draw down
  • jot down

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

The doctor asked John to exhale slowly.

  • come in
  • move in
  • enter
  • breathe in

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

The situation seems to be changing minute by minute.

  • from time to time
  • time after time
  • again and again
  • very slowly

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

This might not matter with you, but some people are going to be negatively affected by this decision.

  • might not
  • with
  • are
  • negatively

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Mostly medical doctors have had some training in psychology and psychiatry.

  • Mostly
  • have had
  • training
  • in

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My sister enjoys read about wild animals and natural mysteries.

  • enjoys
  • read
  • wild animals
  • natural

He did the test _____ I did.

  • as bad as
  • badder than
  • more badly than
  • worse than

When I told her the news, she seemed _______.

  • to surprise
  • to surprised
  • being surprised
  • to be surprised

I’m really angry with her. She is always _____ so to me.

  • says
  • saying
  • to say
  • to saying

Have you read about the schoolgirl _______ started her own business and is now a millionaire?

  • whose
  • who
  • where
  • which
The lifeguards saved the children ______ drowning.
  • at
  • of
  • from
  • to

It _____ every day so far this week.

  • rains
  • has been rained
  • is raining
  • has rained

These teenagers spent most of their time playing computer games; __________, they lost their interests in daily activities.

  • though
  • such
  • although
  • as a result

They are _______ their house because they need more bedrooms.

  • increasing
  • extending
  • adding
  • growing

Instead of _____ about the good news, Peter seemed to be indifferent.

  • being exciting
  • being excited
  • to excite
  • to be excited

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

I was raised on a farm in a remote village in the 1950s. The winter months were endless and everything was covered in snow. I was always for the warmer weather to come. When spring arrived, everything came alive- flowers would bloom and the animals would come out of hibernation. I would follow the bear tracks and search for them. Once, however, I an angry mother bear who saw me as a threat. At the sight of the bear, I did what my father had told me. I stood still until she stopped growling and walked away. The trick was effective, but looking back now, I realized that the situation was more serious than I thought at the time. By the age of twelve, I had lots of camping experience, as I used to go camping with my dog on my school holidays. We would spend days the forest, catching fish for dinner, looking at the frogs and the of birds and the insects hopping up and down on the surface of the water. Of course, this was possible only during the warm months. When the autumn came, everything went quiet, which was quite usual in those parts. It wasn’t long before the animals disappeared, the birds flew south and the snow took over. The place became deserted once again.

Read the passage and answer the questions.

Walt Whitman, born in New York in 1819, was one of American’s unusual literary figures. As an individualist, he rambled through the countryside seeing people and places and making them his own. His experiences in earning a living were varied: at times he was a printer, a teacher, a carpenter, a nurse, and a newspaper editor. He was a big-hearted man, open and accepting. He gave freely of his time by caring for the wounded during the Civil War. Though he lived in the city, he often spent time in the country, developing his strong sense of nature, which carried through to his poems. In 1855, he collected the verses he had written, and published them in one thin volume, “Leaves of Grass” a book which he revised and rewrote all the rest of his life. The book was ridiculed by some poets and generally ignored by the others, probably because his verse forms were not traditional. He had felt that it was necessary to achieve a new poetic form in order to communicate his views. His reputation didn’t grow until after his death, and it reached a high point in the 1920s. Since then, Whitman’s style has greatly influenced modern poets. 

The word “rambled” in line 2 is most similar to the meaning of ______.

  • marched excitedly
  • stopped briefly
  • walked slowly
  • travelled quickly

In the phrase “making them his own” in line 3, he is _______.

  • owning them
  • working for them
  • changing them.
  • understanding them

Whitman’s big-heartedness is shown by his ______.

  • visiting the countryside
  • caring for the wounded
  • being an individualist
  • rewriting Leaves of Grass

The passage says that during Whitman’s lifetime, other poets _______.

  • communicated with him
  • praised him
  • accepted him
  • laughed at him

Walt became famous ______.

 

  • in 1855
  • when he was young
  • when he wrote “Leaves of Grass”
  • after he died

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

Linh / parents / proud / him / because / always / get / good marks.

  • Linh's parents are proud to him because he always gets good marks.
  • Linh's parents are proud of him because he always gets good marks.
  • Linh's parents are proud at him because he always got good marks.
  • Linh's parents are proud of him because he always get good marks.

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

He/ think/ English/ be/ the/ easy/ subject/ school.

  • He think English is the easy subject at school.
  • He thinks English is the easiest subject at school.
  • He thinks English is the easy subject at school.
  • He thinks English is the easier subject at school.

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

I/ wish/ go/ beach/ today,/ but/ have/ stay/ home.

  • I wish I went to the beach today, but I have to staying home.
  • I wish I can go to the beach today, but I have to stay at home.
  • I wish I go to the beach today, but I have to stay home.
  • I wish I could go to the beach today, but I have to stay at home.

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

She / put / letter / the bag / not / lose it.

  • She put the letter in the bag so as not losing it.
  • She put the letter in the bag so as not to lose it.
  • She put the letter in the bag so as to not losing it.
  • She put the letter in the bag so as to not lose it.

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

Tam worked very hard. She could not please her step-mother.

  • Tam worked very hard; however, she could not please her step-mother.
  • Tam worked very hard and she could not please her step-mother.
  • Although Tam worked very hard, but she could not please her step-mother.
  • Although Tam could not please her step-mother, she worked very hard.

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

The man is so foolish that no one took any notice of him.

 
  • He is such a foolish man that no one took any notice to him.
  • He is such a foolish man that no one took any notice of him.
  • He is such foolish man that no one took any notice of him.
  • He is so a foolish man that no one took any notice of him.

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

He started working in this company 4 years ago.

  • He used to work in this company 4 years ago.
  • He has worked in this company for 4 years.
  • He has not worked in this company for 4 years.
  • He worked in this company 4 years ago.

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

He can't come here because he is very busy.

  • If he isn't very busy, he can come here.
  • If he weren't very busy, he could come here.
  • If he weren't very busy, he couldn't come here.
  • If he were very busy, he could come here.