Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu của SGD Hà Nội số 40

7/2/2020 3:13:00 PM

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

  • postpones

  • avoids

  • delays

  • breaks

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

  • winter

  • spring

  • like

  • fishing

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

  • tenant
  • common
  • rubbish
  • machine

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

  • positive
  • envelope
  • occasion
  • everyone

We _____ close friends since we were in grade 6.

  • have been
  • will be
  • were
  • are

Jack London, _____ is the author of the Call of the Wild, is a famous American writer.

  • whose
  • whom
  • that
  • who

Trees will grow _____ there is enough water.

  • as long as
  • otherwise
  • unless
  • since

There are a _____ websites dealing with this issue.

  • lots
  • lots of
  • lot
  • lot of

_____ she came to know him better, she relied on him more.

  • Because of
  • As
  • Though
  • While

The disappearance of one or several species may _____ the loss of biodiversity.

  • result in
  • result from
  • result to
  • result

It's the _____ difficult exercise that they have ever done so far.

  • more 
  • too 
  • much 
  • most

It's very hot today. I wish I _____ on the beach now.

  • am
  • has been
  • were
  • had been
If people paid a little more attention to the environment, the Earth _____ greener.
  • would be
  • will be
  • would have been
  • had been

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Remind your brother to keep in touch for me, will you?

  • Remind
  • your brother
  • keep
  • for

Choose the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

They stopped to work because of the hot weather.

  • stopped
  • to work
  • because of
  • hot

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The island of Kauai has much streams, some of which have worn deep canyons into the rock.

  • much
  • of which
  • worn
  • rock

- Marry: “You are a great dancer. I wish I could do half as well as you.”

- Janet: “_____. I'm an awful dancer.”

  • You're too kind.
  • That's a nice compliment!
  • You've got to be kidding!
  • Oh, thank you very much!

Kathy: "The food is great. I'll get the bill."

Jim: "_____"

  • Yes, speak to you soon.
  • Don't mention it.
  • It's nothing.
  • No, this is on me.

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

Many countries now allow and encourage women to join the army and the police forces.

  • permit
  • force
  • make
  • prevent

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

I just want to stay at home and watch TV and take it easy.

  • sit down
  • eat
  • work
  • relax

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

Stores everywhere compete to sell their distinctive versions of Christmas cake before the holiday.

  • different
  • various
  • similar
  • special

Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.

I must have a watch since punctuality is imperative in my new job.

  • being on time
  • being cheerful
  • being sufficient
  • being late

Choose the word that fits each blank in the following passage.

Our arrival in New York was spectacular. It’s skyscrapers and the Statue of Liberty make a beautiful sight. New York has a of over seven million and it is probably the world’s most famous city. The inhabitants of the “Big Apple” come many different countries. There are more nationalities in New York in any other places on the earth. It also has more tourists than any other city except London, especially in the summer.  come from all over the world and have a wonderful time. There are so many attractions for them to get enthusiastic about – whether it’s some of best museums in the world or the charming little streets of Greenwich Village.

Read the passage below and choose the correct answer for each question. Choose the correct answers.

TEACHING THE VIOLIN

“The best age to start learning the violin is between three and six,” said Margaret Porter, a violinist and music teacher. “lt’s the time when you are learning about the world,” Margaret, who lives in London, prefers to take pupils at three and four, although she has made lots of exceptions for keen five-year-old. When she started teaching the violin in 1972, her first class consisted of her children’s five-year-olds school friends.

Margaret's pupils have group lessons. Each group has about a dozen pupils and each lesson lasts an hour, once a fortnight. In addition, each pupil has one individual lesson a week with her. Parents also have to attend the lessons. It is important that the parents take an active interest in the lesson.

From the earliest lessons, pupils learn to play by ear. They do not even try to read music until they have been playing for several years, and for a long time, there is a big difference between their playing and reading music. Margaret says that her method is not supposed to produce great violinists, and always suggests that pupils who perform particularly well should leave and study the violin using more traditional methods.

What opinion does Margaret have about her best pupils?

  • They ought to find another teacher.
  • They will become great violinists using her method.
  • They could try harder.
  • They take several years to learn to read music.

Who were Margaret’s first pupils?

  • her children
  • three and four-year-olds
  • her own friends
  • her children’s friends

Which of the following would Margaret include in an advertisement for her classes?

  • Learn to play the violin with your children - 2 lessons a week.
  • Watch your children learn to play the violin.
  • Group violin lessons for children - no more than 5 per group.
  • We'll look after your children while you learn the violin.

Why should someone read the text?

  • To discover how Margaret learnt the violin.
  • To learn why it is important to read music.
  • To find out about Margaret’s teaching method.
  • To learn why children should play the violin.

What is the writer trying to do in the text?

  • Explain why Margaret likes teaching the violin.
  • Describe a different way of learning the violin.
  • Give advice on how to find a music teacher.
  • Explain why Margaret has a lot of pupils.

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

Millions of people around the world have already read this book.

  • This book has already been read by millions of people around the world.
  • This book has already read by millions of people around the world.
  • Millions of people around the world has already been read by this book.
  • This book has been already read by millions of people around the world.

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

The woman wondered if her children were doing well at school.

  • The woman said, “My children are doing well at school.”
  • The woman said, “My children were doing well at school.”
  • The woman asked, “Are my children doing well at school?”
  • The woman asked, “Were my children doing well at school?”

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

The door was so heavy that the child couldn't push it open.

  • The door was too heavy to push it open.
  • The door was too heavy for the child to push it open.
  • The door was too heavy for the child to push open.
  • The door was too heavy for the child to open it.

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

Jim had better go before it gets dark.

  • It's dark now, and Jim should have gone before.
  • Jim had left before it got dark.
  • It's better for Jim to leave in the darkness.
  • Jim should go when it is still daylight.

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

Despite / his / grades, / Tom / admitted / the university.

  • Despite the fact that his bad grades, Tom was admitted to the university.
  • Despite his grades were bad, Tom was admitted to the university.
  • Despite his bad grades, Tom was admitted to the university.
  • Despite of his bad grades, Tom admitted to the university.

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

There / used / a small second-hand bookshop / next / her house.

  • There used to having a small second-hand bookshop next to her house.
  • There used to be a small second-hand bookshop next her house.
  • There used to have a small second-hand bookshop next to her house.
  • There used to be a small second-hand bookshop next to her house.

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

women / find / difficult / ask for / a rise?

  • Do women find it more difficult asking for a rise?
  • Do women find it more difficult to ask for a rise?
  • Do women find them more difficult to ask for a rise?
  • Does women find it more difficult to ask for a rise?

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

How long / it / usually / take / you / go to work?

  • How long does it usually take you to go to work?
  • How long will it usually take you to go to work?
  • How long did it usually take you to going to work?
  • How long does it usually take you going to work?