Đề thi thử số 4 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS Ngoại ngữ

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Đề thi thử số 4 môn Tiếng Anh vào lớp 6 theo mẫu đề thi của trường THCS Ngoại ngữ - ĐH Ngoại ngữ - ĐHQG Hà Nội. Tất cả các câu hỏi đã có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

Look and read. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.

a diary  |  postcards |  a circus  |  a telephone  |  chemist's |  ambulances |  a backpack

Example: Some people write in this at the end of every day. ==> a diary

When you go on holiday, you write on these and send them to your friends. They have pictures on them.

You can see clowns and animals like horses and elephants at this place.

You can buy medicine, and sometimes brushes, combs and soap at this place.

You can use this to talk to your friends and your family when you are not with them.

You can carry food and warm clothes in this when you go climbing.

If you are very ill, you go to hospital in one of these.

______ we don't practice every day, we won't improve.

  • Unless
  • If
  • Because
  • But
How much will you ______ to repair these shoes?
  • cost
  • pay
  • afford
  • charge

- “Is Sonia here?”

- “No, she _____ yet.”

  • doesn’t arrive
  • hasn’t arrived
  • isn’t arriving
  • didn’t arrive

Daniel and Ralph are ......................... – their mothers are sisters.

  • cousins
  • siblings
  • children
  • daughters

"Bun Cha‟ is one of ________ dishes of Vietnamese cuisine.

  • most popular
  • more popular
  • more popular than
  • the most popular

– “Could you ________ in this form for me, please?”

– “Sure.”

  • make
  • write
  • note
  • fill

____ life is precious, but _____ life of poor people is very hard.

  • X-X
  • The - the
  • X - the
  • The - a

David, together with Susan, _____ on their project now.

  • is working
  • work
  • works
  • are working

Don't ________ to post the letters for me.

  • mind
  • forget
  • matter
  • remember

Every morning Tom ________, then he gets dressed.

  • go up
  • get out
  • gets up
  • goes out

Complete the conversation between two friends. What does Frank say to Clare? Write the correct letter (A-H) for each blank. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. That's right. There are so many things to do.

B. Don't worry. My dad will be there.

C. Yes. We can both go.

D. Well, why don't you?

E. Not far, we'll be back in ten minutes.

F. That's good. I'm going out by my car now. Do you want to come?

G. It's not mine. It's Dad's.

H. I can, but I need more practice.

Clare: Can you drive it?


Clare: Oh, I'd like to learn too, then I can get a car.


Clare: Lessons are expensive, and then there's insurance and petrol too. Mum says I can learn next year. 


Clare: I'd love to. Where are you going to go?


Clare: But who's going to drive? It's dangerous if you are!


Clare: Okay, but please drive slowly. 

Fill in the blank of the following passage with ONE suitable word:

 more | little | season | the | feel | one | but | for

Do you want to be fitter and healthier? Would you like to look younger? Do you want to feel relaxed? Then try a few days at a health farm. Health farms are becoming one of the most popular places a short break. I went to Henley Manor for a weekend. It’s largest health farm in the country but it isn’t the most expensive. After two days of exercise and massage, I ten times better. But the best thing for me was the food. It was very healthy, of course, but it was excellent, too! If you are looking for something a cheaper, try a winter break. Winter is the darkest and the coldest of the year, and it can also be the worst time for your body. We all eat too much and we don’t take enough exercise. A lot of health farms offer lower prices from Monday to Friday from November to March.

Read the following text and choose the best answer for the questions below.

A young immigrant from Germany named Levi Strauss arrived in California in 1850. He went there to sell things to the miners. He saw that the miners needed strong pants, so he began to make them. He used cloth that people make tents from. He put rivets on the pockets to make them strong because the man put rocks in their pockets. These pants were very strong and lasted a long time. The pants became very popular immediately. Later Mr. Strauss started making jeans from cotton cloth from Nimes, France. People called this cloth denim. However, denim had no color. Because of this, the denim pants did not look very interesting, and they got dirty easily. To solve these problems, Strauss dyed the denim blue. The blue jeans were considered not just practical but fashionable as well.

Christopher Columbus used denim for the sails of his ships. Sailors in Genoa, Italy, wore denim pants. The word “jeans” comes from the word “Genoa”. Mr. Strauss made the first jeans in the United States, but the idea and the kind of cloth came from Europe. The names came from France and Italy. Today, the company Mr. Levis Strauss started is known around the world.

What is the best title for this passage?

  • A young immigrant from Germany
  • The history of Blue Jeans
  • Serge de Nimes
  • The Gold Rush

Why did Levi Strauss come to California? 

  • to dig for gold
  • to sell pants
  • to buy denim
  • to sell things to miners

Rivets ______.

  • make good sails
  • make tents strong
  • come from Genoa
  • make the pockets of jeans strong

Blue Jeans _____.

  • did not look very interesting
  • are considered not practical
  • got dirty easily
  • are considered good for many uses

What is the meaning of the word "immigrant" in the first paragraph?

  • a person who is good at business
  • a person buys and sells thing
  • a person who moves to another country
  • a person who work in a mine

Which of the following is not true?

  • Levi Strauss was the first person to make blue jeans.
  • Strauss made his first jean from a fabric called serge denim.
  • The first jeans were very strong.
  • Nimes is a city in France.

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

My father stopped smoking last year. 

=> My father hasn't ............

Complete the second sentence using the word given that has the same meaning to the first.

“Why don’t we go to the countryside this weekend?”, said Scott. => Scott suggested ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

In spite of taking a taxi, Tim still arrived late for the meeting. => Although Tim ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

What a pity! I don’t have a laptop. => I wish ............

Rewrite the following sentence in another way so that it means almost the same as the sentence printed before it.

When he was young, he lived in Hanoi. => He used ............

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

The weather was bad, but we went to school on time. => Although ............