Đề thi thử vào 10 theo mẫu chuẩn SGD TP.HCM năm 2022 lần 1

3/26/2022 5:00:00 AM

Đề thi thử môn tiếng Anh vào lớp 10 theo mẫu của SGD TP.HCM nhằm giúp thí sinh tự đánh giá năng lực của bản thân và chuẩn bị tốt kiến thức cho kì thi tuyển sinh sắp tới. 

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

  • brainstorm

  • sailing

  • railway

  • captain

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

  • exhausted

  • enhance 

  • exhale

  • humid

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • polite
  • nervous
  • happy
  • careful

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

  • determine
  • rearrange
  • develop
  • distinguish

The _____ of the picture on my laptop isn't very good.

  • quality
  • speed
  • qualification
  • price

I _____ for her every month so that she can be on the list of top 5 favourite singers.

  • eliminate
  • select
  • choose
  • vote

This speaking contest was highly competitive but I didn't _____ up.

  • dress
  • give
  • call
  • make

There are _____ ways you can help make our city better.

  • former
  • countless
  • public
  • narrow
After _____ search, the missing girl was found alive and well at a friend’s house.
  • a three-hours
  • a three hour
  • three-hours
  • a three-hour
Many of the _____ paintings were robbed from the museum last night.
  • valueless
  • worthless
  • unvaluable
  • invaluable

There _____ four chairs and a table _____ the middle of the room.

  • are – in
  • are – at
  • is – on
  • is – of

After the holidays, it takes me a week _____ up early again.

  • to get used to getting
  • to be used to getting
  • to get used to get
  • to used to get

Thanh: "Would you like to have some more ice cream, Binh?"

Binh: "_____"

  • Thanks. I'd love to.
  • I do, too.
  • I'm looking forward.
  • Here you are.

A: "Would you mind getting me a pizza?"

B: "_____."

  • Not at all
  • Yes, I will get you
  • No, just bring yourself
  • Ok, I’m fine

What does this sign mean?

  • Be careful! Mountain road ahead.
  • Beware of uneven road ahead.
  • Drivers mustn't slow down in this area.
  • You can't pass the road ahead.

What does this sign mean?

  • Under no circumstances should you press the button.
  • You should sometimes test your smoke alarms.
  • You need to sound the alarm when you detect a fire.
  • It is necessary to ring the alarm in the morning.

Read the text and decide which answer best fits each gap.

Everyone's an artist

Every year, the village of Pettineo celebrates its unique arts festival. For a few days each summer, artists from all over Europe gather at this village near the north coast of Sicily to the creative atmosphere. During their stay, the artists get together with the local people to paint a one-kilometre long picture that runs the length of the high street. Once the painting is done, each visiting artist joins a local family for a big lunch and, in exchange for the meal, the family receives the of the painting that the artist has painted. As a result, few villagers are rich, almost every home has at least one painting by a well-known European artist. Visitors to the village are eagerly invited into homes to see these paintings.

The festival was the idea of Antonio Presti, a local businessman who it up several years ago. Since then, Pettineo has become a sort of domestic art museum in any visitor can ring a doorbell, go into a house and a painting. In addition to this exhibition of paintings in people's homes, for those who have time to spare, there is an opportunity to wander through the display of the huge sculptures in the village square.

(Adapted from Cambridge FCE)

Read the following passage and answer these questions.

Desert Delivery

These days it is easy for most of us to get a hold of the latest books or magazines. We can go to bookstores, order them through the Internet, or borrow them from the local library. Now imagine having to walk miles and miles through a hot sandy desert just to borrow a book. This is the reality for people living in the villages of the Garissa region of Kenya in East Africa.

In 1996, librarian Wycliffe Oluoch used to spend each day waiting for people to come to borrow some of the 24,000 books in his library in Garissa. The library had no shortage of books, but people weren’t coming to read them. It was too much effort to walk through the desert just to borrow books. Oluoch racked his brain for ways to entice people into the library. After a lot of thought, he hit upon a great idea. If people wouldn’t come to the library, then he would have to take the library to them. Oluoch strapped boxes of books onto the backs of camels, and created the Mobile Camel Library.

Starting with three camels in 1996, but more recently expanding the service to six camels, the Mobile Camel Library serves over one million people. Twice a month, the camel library can be seen carrying books all around the Garissa region. These hard-working animals need little water and can carry up to 500 pounds of books across the sands. A librarian, a library assistant, a herdsman, and a lookout all travel with the camels. The lookout helps protect the books from thieves.

The children of Garissa love the camel library and appreciate Oluoch’s effort. Eleven-year-old Mohamud Mohamed reads his library books carefully and always returns them on time. He knows the Garissa library punishes people for losing books, just like any other library. However, the punishment is very stiff compared to that of other libraries. If a village loses a book, the camel library stops visiting.

Wycliffe Oluoch and his colleagues came up with the idea of the mobile library.

The Mobile Camel Library was established with six camels in 1996.

There is a herdsman traveling all around the Garissa region with the Mobile Camel Library.

The penalty for losing books of the Mobile Camel Library is similar to others.

Why do you think people did not visit the library in Garissa?
  • It was too difficult to walk there.
  • People in Garissa didn’t like reading.
  • There were too few books.
  • People didn’t like the camels.
What is the main idea of this reading?
  • Wycliffe Oluoch is a smart man.
  • A mobile camel library was invented.
  • Lookouts are necessary because of thieves.
  • Camels can carry up to 500 pounds.

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

I'll always remember that journey - it was an experience. (FORGET)

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

In my , there is a park with many trees and flowers. (NEIGHBOR)

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

The students will have for tidying up the classroom after the party. (RESPONSIBLE)

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

The storm was very and caused a lot of damage. (TERRIFY)

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

We had walked a bit than I thought. (FAR)

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

James wouldn't accept the job offer without it with his family first. (DISCUSSION)

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

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

It's my opinion that you should take more exercise.

=> If I were ............

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.

I have never read any stories as interesting as this one. 

=> This is ...........

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

I don't have spare time to read the rest of the book.

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