Đề ôn thi vào lớp 6 Chuyên Trường THCS Ngoại Ngữ (UMS) - Môn Tiếng anh Đại Lợi - ĐỀ SỐ 4

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Part 7. Some students think that of all subjects at school, Maths, Literature and English are the most important ones. Do you think so? Write a passage about 120-150 words to support your ideas
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Họ tên:_____________________________________ Lớp:__________

Part 1. Look and read. Choose the correct words and write them on the lines.

Question 1.
A person who is in charge of a school →     
Question 2.
Either of the two periods into which a year is divided at a school or university →     
Question 3.
A period of time in which an organized activity such as study or work is temporarily stopped →     
Question 4.
A person who is studying at school →     
Question 5.
A bus that takes children to and from school School →     
Question 6.
A small closet to keep personal things →     

Part 2. Choose the best correct answer to complete the sentence.

Question 7. I finish ………….. the book and went to bed.
Question 8. Can you …………… your paper with you when I come there, please?
Question 9. It‘s raining very ……………
Question 10. Do you find anything …………….. there?
Question 11. Ann is very busy these days. She has …………… free time.
Question 12. …………… clothes do you prefer, T- shirt or pullover?
Question 13. A new shopping is ……………. in my neighborhood today.
Question 14. The stolen machines were ………………. a lot of money.
Question 15. That man can tell us where …………….
Question 16. Smoking is harmful …………….. your health.

Part 3. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write letter A-H for each answer.

Emma: Hello, Saral! What are you doing here?
Saral: ___(17)___…………...
Emma: Where did you stay? Somewhere exciting?
Saral: ___(18)___…………...
Emma: ___(19)___…………...
Saral: Yes, lots
Emma: What did you do there?
Saral: ___(20)___…………...
Emma: Wow! I‘ve never done that. ___(21)___…………...
Saral: No, I fell over a lot at first but I love it now. It‘s exciting.
Emma: It sounds great. Well, I‘m here to meet my uncle.
Saral: ___(22)___…………...
Emma: Oh, yes! Bye. I‘ll phone you later.

A. If you like. Good idea!
B. Did you have fun there?
C. Yes, in a big house in the mountain
D. Hello, I’ve just come home from our holiday
E. Was it easy?
F. Lots of different things but I liked skating best
G. Yes, he does, but only in the holiday
H. Is that him? The man who’s waving?

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Part 4. Read and choose a word from the box. Write the correct word next to numbers 1-6

One day last winter, it snowed very hard so we couldn't go to school. My sister, Katy, and I went outside to play. It was very ___(23)___ cold but we had fun and made a snowman. We used two potatoes for his ___(24)___ eyes and a carrot for his nose. Then Katy said, 'Let's have a race down the hill behind our house!' We ___(25)___ pulled our sledges up the hill, sat on them and raced back down again. Katy went very fast. 'Help!' she shouted suddenly. 'I can't stop!' She only stopped when she ___(26)___ hit our snowman. She was OK, but the snowman lost his head! We went to have our lunch after that, and in the afternoon, our friend, Fred, phoned us. 'There's a competition to make the best snowman,' he said. We were ___(27)___ excited about that! We went back to our snowman and made a new head for him. He looked great again and we ___(28)___ won the competition!
It was great!

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Part 5. Read the passage and choose A, B, C or D

Benjamin Franklin

Few people can embody the spirit of early America as much as Benjamin Franklin. He lived through almost the whole of the eighteenth century, being born six years after it began, and dying ten years before it ended. In this time he saw the American colonies grow from tiny settlements into a nation, and he also contributed much to the development of the new state.
At the age of 17 Franklin ran away to Philadelphia. He had already received some training as a printer‘s apprentice, and this helped him seven years later, with his first publication, the Pennsylvania Gazette. He also received a contract to do government printing work, which helped him to rise from his poor background to become a successful entrepreneur. Some of his experience in business was shared in his famous Poor Richard‘s Almanak, which established his reputation throughout the American colonies. In another of his works, the Autobiography, which was written toward the end of his life, he shows the same quiet common sense.
He was deeply interested in science and natural history, and his experiments with electricity and lightning led directly to the invention of the lightning rod. He was also interested in improving the conditions of his fellow men. He was involved in a number of projects in his native Philadelphia, including the setting up of a library, a university, a philosophical society, and - because he was a pragmatic man - a fire prevention service. In 1753 he became Postmaster-General of the colonies.
Through this experience he began to develop the idea that the colonies of North America should be a single nation. Later, he went to London to try to persuade the British government to change the conditions, especially the taxes, that later led the American colonists into rebellion.
Whatever Benjamin Franklin‘s personal feelings about the rebellion of the American states, he worked hard to make it succeed. As ambassador to France, he encouraged the French to help George
Washington. After the war he attended the American constitutional congress. This was his last contribution, for he died later that year. He is still fondly remembered by Americans as one of the creators of the United States.

Question 29. What is a good description for this text?
Question 30. When was Benjamin Franklin born?
Question 31. Which of these happened first?
Question 32. What was Poor Richard’s Almanak about?
Question 33. In which countries did Franklin live?

Part 6. Rewrite each sentence so that the meaning stays the same.

Question 34.
Oil was slowly covering the sand of the beach. →The sand   .
Question 35.
“Where is the station car-park?” Mrs. Smith asked. → Mrs. Smith asked me   .
Question 36.
He was sorry he hadn‘t said goodbye to her at the airport. → He regretted   .
Question 37.
You should review your lessons for the exam. → It‘s time   .
Question 38.
When did you start working in that factory? → How long   ?
Question 39.
That man used to work with me when I lived in New York. → That’s   .
Question 40.
We like ice-cream but we don‘t have it every day. → Although   .
Question 41.
What a pity they close the shops at lunch-time. → I wish they would   .

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