Đề số 7 phần Đọc - Viết môn Anh vào lớp 6 THCS NN

6/9/2020 7:45:00 AM

Choose the correct words in the box and write them on the lines. You do not need to use all the words.

e-learning heatwave monastery overwhelming reptile
guilty disease obsession persuade bully

Example: An illness affecting humans, animals or plants, often caused by infection. disease

1. : a place where monks live.

2. : feeling very ashamed and sad because you know that you have done something wrong.

3. : studying at home, using computers and courses provided on the internet. 

4. : to make someone agree to do something by giving them reasons why they should

5. : something or someone that you think about all the time.

6. : to frighten or hurt someone who is smaller or weaker than you.

Susan _____ visit museums and monuments than lie on the beach all day.

  • prefers
  • would rather
  • had better
  • likes

______ endangered animals around the world has increased. 

  • A number of
  • The number of
  • Many
  • An amout of

No one in Vietnam ______ of the coronavirus so far.

  • died
  • has died
  • dies
  • will die

Katy: “Thanks for giving me a lift to school today."

Lionel: “_____. I was heading this way anyhow.”

  • I’d love to
  • You don’t need to
  • No worries
  • Yes, thanks

You can't connect to the internet ________ you have a modem.

  • unless
  • in case
  • as long as
  • instead

Yoga is _____ a relaxing way to stay in shape that it really helps with stress.

  • too
  • so
  • such
  • enough

It seems that you are right, ______?

  • doesn't it
  • does it
  • am I
  • aren’t you
We watched the houses go ______ several building stages.
  • up
  • through
  • around
  • of

Passengers must ______ their seat belts when the plane is taking off.

  • attach
  • fasten
  • fix
  • tie

If you want a cheap air ticket you must _____ well in advance.

  • book
  • buy
  • engage
  • reserve

Sarah is talking to her grandmother. What does her grandmother say?

Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-J) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. Of course. Here you are.

B. Yes, l made that for her.

C. Yes, let's look at them. (Example)

D. It grows in the garden.

E. About the same age that you are now.

F. Her best subject was maths.

G. Her favorite was the tall one.

H. No, she never wanted anyone to cut it.

I. I don't think so.

J. No, you can't.

Sarah: Have you got any photographs of Mum when she was a child?


Sarah: At school what was Mum good at?


Sarah: Did she ever have short hair?


Sarah: Mum looks great here. What a beautiful dress.


Sarah: How old was she in this photo?


Sarah: Can I have this photo, please?


Read the passage. Choose a word from the box.

assortment| economical| engines| practical| trolleys| alternative

Today’s cars are smaller, safer, cleaner, and more than their predecessors, but the car of the future will be far more pollution-free than those on the road today. Several new types of automobile have already been developed than run on sources of power, such as electricity, compressed natural gas, methanol, steam, hydrogen, and propane. Electricity, however, is the only zero-emission option presently available. Although electric vehicles will not be truly until a powerful battery or other dependable sources of current is available, transport experts foresee a new of electric vehicles entering everyday life: shorter-range commuter electric cars, three-wheeled neighborhood cars, electric delivery vans, bikes, and .

Read the passage and use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER to answer each question.

Happiness is in the shoes you wear

A recent ad for shoes asks, "When was the last time you felt this comfortable in a relationship?" After all, it is easier to love a product than a person. Relationships with human beings can be messy and unpredictable. Our shoes never ask us to wash the dishes or tell us we're getting fat.

This ad is meant to be funny. I suppose it might seem amusing or, at worst, tasteless. As someone who has studied ads for a long time, however, I see it as part of a pattern: just one example of many ads that state or imply that products are more important than people. Ads have always promised us a better relationship via a product: buy this and you will be loved. But more recently they have gone beyond that to promise us a relationship with the product itself: buy this and it will love you. The product is not so much the means to an end, as the end itself. 

We are surrounded by hundreds, thousands of messages every day that connect our deepest emotions to products, that turn people into objects and make our most heartfelt moments and relationships unimportant. Every emotion is used to sell us something. Our wish to protect our children forces us to buy an expensive car. A long marriage simply provides the occasion for a diamond necklace. A tearful reunion between a father and his daughter is used to sell us a phone system. Everything in the world - nature, animals, people - is just one more item to be consumed or to be used to sell us something.

The problem with advertising isn't that it creates artificial needs, but that it takes advantage, of our very real and human desires. Most of us want committed relationships that will last. We are not stupid: We know that buying a certain brand of cereal won't bring us one Ir. closer to that goal. But we are surrounded by advertising that connects our needs with products. Advertising promises us that things will deliver something that they never can.

Most people feel that advertising is not something to take seriously. Although advertising has been studied more carefully in recent years than ever before, just about everyone still feels free from its influence. What I hear more than anything else at my lectures is: "I don't pay attention to ads ... I just tune them out ... they have no effect on me." I hear this most from people wearing clothes with logos. In truth, we are all influenced. Them is no way to tune out this much information, especially when it is designed to break through the "tuning our process. As advertising critic Sut Jhally put it, "To not be influenced by advertising would be to live outside of culture. No human being lives outside of culture." Much of advertising's power comes from this belief that it does not affect us. Because we think advertising is trivial, we are less critical than we might otherwise be. But while we're laughing, the commercial does its work.

Taken Individually, ads are silly, sometimes funny, certainly nothing to worry about. But taken all together, they can cause us to distrust other people and harm relationships. Ads portray our real lives as dull and ordinary, commitment to human beings as something to be avoided. Because this kind of message appears everywhere, we learn from childhood that it is safer to make a commitment to a product than to a person, easier to be loyal to a brand. Many end up feeling attached to material objects yet deeply distrustful of other human beings. 

In the world of advertising, relationships grow cold, people grow old, children grow up and move away - but possessions stay with us and never change. But possessions can't make us nappy or loved or less alone or safe. If we believe they can, we are doomed to disappointment. No matter how much we love them, they will never love us back.

Advertising creates a world view that is based upon distrust, dissatisfaction, and desire. Advertisers aren't evil. They are just doing their job, which is to sell a product; but the consequences are often harmful. The story that advertising tells is that the way to be happy, to find satisfaction, is through the consumption of material objects. 

1. How are people compared with products in most cases?

2. Which product is sold based on a reunion between family members?

3. What do most people feel about advertising?

4. People consider ads , so they are less critical.

5. How can ads affect relationships?

6. What factor creates the world view in advertising besides suspicion and dissatisfaction?

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

We haven't texted each other for 5 days because we had an argument. => It's 5 days ..........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

It's necessary for everybody to clean up their neighborhood once a week. => Everybody needs ...........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

Although I was sick, I still had to help my parents with gardening. => In spite of my ..........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

Gary is the best guitarist in his class. => No one .........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

"Do you get a signed autograph from Rihanna?" we asked Sue. => We asked Sue ..........

Finish the second sentence in such a way that it means the same as the sentence before.

In my opinion, you should save the environment by using less paper. => I suggest ..........