Đề thi vào 10 Language Link #3

15/04/2019 9:20:55 CH
Nguồn: Language Link Academic. Trong hơn 20 năm hoạt động tại Việt Nam, Language Link Academic là tổ chức đầu tiên tại Việt Nam mang đến cho học viên ở mọi lứa tuổi, từ mẫu giáo đến THPT, chương trình Tiếng Anh Chuyên Tích Hợp giúp học viên ”giao tiếp chuẩn, ngữ pháp chuyên và thi cử giỏi”. Đề đã có giải thích đáp án chi tiết bởi Tổ GV THCS TiengAnhK12.
Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.
  • mountain

  • should

  • loudly

  • cow

Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.
  • smoked

  • admired

  • opened

  • dreamed

Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.
  • beautiful
  • engineer
  • movement
  • happiness
Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.
  • lovely
  • technic
  • literature
  • biography

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
I haven’t got some money to buy this book.

  • haven’t got
  • some
  • to
  • this book

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
My older brother has worked in a bank since a long time.

  • older
  • has worked
  • a
  • since

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.
The new library near my house built in 2017.

  • The
  • near
  • built
  • in

Choose the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Choose the correct answer.

We want to buy a new car, _____ we need to save money.

  • so
  • and
  • but
  • if

Choose the correct answer.

I’m very ______ because they use electricity to catch fish.

  • worry
  • worried
  • worrying
  • worriness

Choose the correct answer.

Let’s save energy, ______?

  • will we
  • do we
  • don’t we
  • shall we

Choose the best answer.

Henry is excited _____ leaving _____ India.

  • about/ at
  • about/ to
  • in/ at
  • about/ for

Choose the correct answer.

He ______ on the bank fishing when he _______ a man’s hat floating down the river.

  • was sitting/ saw
  • sat/ was seeing
  • sat/ saw
  • has sat/ saw

Choose the correct answer.

People in Israel are going to celebrate their festival ______ is called Passover.

  • whose
  • who
  • which
  • where

Choose the correct answer.

Nobody knows what the ____ of the explosion was.

  • reason
  • cause
  • reaction
  • source

Choose the correct answer.

The smaller the room is, _______ furniture it needs.

  • the less
  • a little
  • the few
  • the least

Choose the correct answer.

Not only my son but also I ___ tired from walking so far.

  • is
  • am
  • were
  • was

Choose the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchange.

Choose the most suitable response.

Jack: “I’ve got to go, Sue. So long.”
Sue: “So long, Jack. And _____”

  • don’t take it seriously
  • be careful
  • take care
  • don’t hurry

Choose the most suitable response.

- ”I don’t think I can do it.”

- “_____________ ”

  • Sure, no way.
  • No, I hope not.
  • Oh, come on. Give it a try.
  • Yeah, it’s not easy.

Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word.
She lost her temper with a customer and shouted at him.

  • had a temperature
  • became very angry
  • kept her temper
  • felt worry

Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word.
He is popular and has a lot of enemies.

  • opponents
  • attackers
  • betrayers
  • friends

Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word.
The government will only provide a temporary solution to the crisis.

  • alternative
  • permanent
  • right
  • suitable

Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word.
There was an abundance of food at the wedding.

  • a large quantity
  • excess
  • small quantity
  • minium

Read the following passage and choose the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Jack London (1876 – 1916) is an American writer whose work combined powerful realism and humanitarian sentiment. He was born in San Francisco. After finishing grammar , Jack London worked at various jobs and in 1897 and 1898, he participated  the Alaska Gold Rush. Upon his return to the San Francisco area, he began to write about his experiences. A collection of his short stories, The Son of the Wolf, was in 1900. Jack’s colourful life, during which he wrote more than 50 books and which included enormous popular successes as an , ended in his suicide at the of 40.

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

In biology and ecology, the environment is all of the natural materials and living things on the Earth. This is also called the natural environment. Some people call themselves environmentalists. These people think that harmony with the environment is important. They think we must protect the environment. The important things in the environment that we value are called natural resources. For example fish, sunlight, and forests. These are renewable natural resources because they grow naturally when we use them. Non-renewable natural resources are important things in the environment that do not come back naturally. For example coal and natural gas.

What does the word “environmentalists” in line 3 mean?

  • living things
  • people who protect the environment
  • people who destroy the environment
  • people who pollute the environment
One example of renewable natural resource is _______.
  • sunlight
  • natural gas
  • coal
  • oil
One example of non-renewable natural resource is_______.
  • fish
  • tree
  • water
  • coal
All of the following things are renewable natural resource except_______.
  • air
  • silver
  • gas
  • animal
What does the word “them” in line 6 refer to?
  • materials
  • environmentalists
  • renewable natural resources
  • non-renewable natural resources
Choose the sentence that has a similar meaning to the original one.
We began eating when it started to rain.
  • We have begun eating when it started to rain.
  • We haven’t eaten until it started to rain.
  • We have eaten since it started to rain.
  • We didn’t eat anything when it started to rain.
Choose the sentence that has a similar meaning to the original one.
We got lost because we didn’t have a map.
  • If we had a map, we wouldn’t get lost.
  • If we had had a map, we wouldn’t have got lost.
  • If we had had a map, we won’t get lost now.
  • If we had a map, we wouldn’t have got lost.
Choose the sentence that has a similar meaning to the original one.
Nobody mentioned that problem in the meeting.
  • That problem in the meeting was not mentioned.
  • That problem was not mentioned in the meeting.
  • That problem was not mentioned in the meeting by somebody.
  • That problem was mentioned by somebody.
Choose the sentence that has a similar meaning to the original one.
Charlie said, "I haven't seen Bill for a while".
  • He said that he hadn't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that I haven't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that he hasn't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that I hadn't seen Bill for a while.

Choose the sentence that best combines the pair of original sentences.
It's raining. I can't go to the beach.

  • It's raining so I can't go to the beach.
  • It's raining and I can't go to the beach.
  • Although It's raining, I can't go to the beach.
  • It's raining or I can't go to the beach.

Choose the sentence that best combines the pair of original sentences.
They are looking for the man and his dog. They have lost the way in the forest.

  • They are looking for the man and his dog which have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog of which have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog who have lost the way in the forest.
  • They are looking for the man and his dog that have lost the way in the forest.

Choose the sentence that best combines the pair of original sentences.
I went out in the rain. Now, I have a bad cold.

  • I wish I didn’t go out.
  • I wish I wouldn’t go out.
  • I wish I hadn’t gone out.
  • I wish I couldn’t go out.

Choose the sentence that best combines the pair of original sentences.
As he gets older, he wants to travel less.

  • More older he get, more less he wants.
  • The older he gets, the less he wants to travel.
  • He get more and more older, he wants to travel less.
  • The older he gets, he wants to travel less.