Chuyên đề bài tập Tiếng Anh 6 – Chuyên đề Reading (phần 2)

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Chuyên đề Reading (phần 2)

Chuyên đề bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 6

1. Read the passage and answer the questions.

Hi! I’m Mai. This is my school. It’s small, but it is beautiful. In front of the school, there is a big yard. After school, we often play volleyball there. There are many trees and flowers in the school yard. My friends and I sit under the trees every morning to review our lessons. My school has three floors and fifteen classrooms. My classroom is on the third floor. There are fifty teachers in my school. They are good teachers. I love them and I love my school very much.

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1. How is Mai’s school?

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2. What is there in front of Mai’s school?

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3. How many floors does Mai’s school have?

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4. How many teachers are there in her school?

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2. Read the passage and choose the correct answer.

   

1. How many people are there in Anna’s family?

A. Six

B. Seven

C. Eight

2. Who are retired?

A. Anna’s parents.

B. Anna’s brother.

C Anna’s grandparents.

3. How old are Anna’s parents?

A. Her mother is 40 and father is 41.

B. Her mother is 38 and father is 41.

C. Her father is 38 and mother is 41.

4. Where does Anna’s father work?

A. In a big school

B. In a big hospital

C. In a secondary school

5. Is Anna’s elder brother a student in a secondary school?

A. Yes, he is.

B. No, he isn’t.

C. No information

6. How many rooms are there in her house?

A. Five

B. Six

C. Seven

7. Is there a garden behind her house?

A. Yes, there is.

B. No, there isn’t.

C. No information

8. What does the word “They” in line 3 refer to?

A. Anna’s grandparents

B. Anna’s parents.

C. Anna’s family.

3.  Read the passage about Nga and her best friend, then choose the best answer (A,B or C) to each question.

1. How old are Lan and Nga?

A. 10

B. 12

C. 14

2. How do they go to school?

A. By bus

B. On foot

C. By motorbike

3. What is NOT TRUE about the passage?

A. They are classmates.

B. They are neighbours.

C. English is Lan’s favourite subject.

4. What do they usually help each other?

A. Do their homework

B. Do their housework

C. Do their shopping

4. What does Lan do to make Nga happy?

A. Sing a song

B. Tell stories

C. Buy presents

4. Read the passage and answer the questions.

One of my best friends’ names is Robert. He lives in England and we always meet in summer. He spends his summer holidays on the beach in Huelva.

Robert is fifteen and he’s very funny and generous. I like being with him because he always makes me laugh. We enjoy playing volleyball and riding our bikes. He also loves music and he plays the guitar and he’s learning to play the piano. I don’t play any instruments but I love music too. Robert doesn’t like computer games. He likes playing with friends in the street. He has a dog called Tobby.

Robert is tall and he’s got short straight dark hair and green eyes. He likes wearing jeans and tracksuits. His favourite colour is blue. He’s got one sister. Her name is Patricia. She’s ten. They sometimes go out together.

When Robert is in Brighton, we often chat on the internet and see each other through Skype. He leaves school at 4 pm and then he goes to practise the piano or do some sport.

He’s a very good student. His favourite subject is Maths. He is not very good atSocial Sciences but he studies hard to pass it.

1. Where is Robert from?

2. How old is he?

3. Does Robert have any brothers or sisters?

4. What’s Robert like?

5. Does Robert have blond hair?

6. When do they meet?

7. What are Robert’s hobbies?

8. Who’s Patricia? How old is she?

9. Does Robert like computer games?

10. What does he like wearing?

5. Read the passages and choose the correct options A,B, c or D.

+ Passage 1:

1.

A. Sam likes warm weather.

B. Sam doesn’t like warm weather at all

C. Sam hates warm water.

D. Sam likes cold weather

2.

A. His Spanish is very good.

B. He speaks Spanish very well.

C. He is Spanish

D. He doesn’t speak Spanish very well.

3.

A. There’s a lot to see and do in Mexico.

B. There aren’t a lof of beautiful places in Mexico.

C. Mexico is a dirty place.

D. Tourists never come to Mexico.

4.

A. Hotels are very cheap in Mexico.

B. The hotels aren’t comfortable there.

C. Hotels are all poor in Mexico.

D. The hotels in Mexico are pretty expensive.

Passage 2:

5. We decided to go to the beach because_______ .

A. it was cheaper than going to the mountains

B. the travel agent said that it was the cheapest

C. of the hot weather in the mountains

D. we wanted to spend time at the beach

6. The bus was the _______way to travel.

A. best

B. easiest

C. cheapest

D. slowest

7. Traveling by plane was______  than by bus.

A. more fun

B. cheaper

C. expensive

D. faster

8. We ________ our vacation.

A. hated

B. didn’t like

C. enjoyed

D. regretted

9. We had very_________   weather during our vacation.

A. good

B. hot

C. warm

D. cold

6.    Read the following text and choose the correct answer.

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the USA and Canada. In The USA, it is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November every year. The Canadians celebrate it on the second Monday in October. It is associated with giving thanks to God. In the beginning people expressed gratitude for the harvest they reaped. It used to be a religious holiday but now it has become a secular celebration.

The most important part of the celebration is the dinner which includes the customary turkey served with cranberry sauce, and pumpkin. A lot of business goes on during this holiday. For example, restaurants take advantage of the holiday to sell turkey dinners.

Families and friends usually get together for a large meal or dinner during Thanksgiving and have a lot of fun. That’s why, the Thanksgiving holiday weekend is considered one of the busiest travel periods of the year. Students are given a four-day or five-day weekend vacation. Thanksgiving is also a paid holiday for most workers.

1. The origin of the name “Thanksgiving” comes from:

A. thanks given to God

B. thanks given for the help the early settlers got from each other.

2. Thanksgiving is a time to ……………………

A. worship God

B. thank god, eat and have fun.

3. It is a vacation for ……………………

A. everybody

B. a lot of people

4. The main food that is prepared in this celebration is:

A. cranberrysauce and pumpkin

B. turkey

7. Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question.

It is traditional in England to celebrate the end of the old year and welcome in the new year at the end of December.

December 31 is New Year’s Eve. New Year’s Eve is not a public holiday. Most people go to work as usual. In the evening, many English people have parties in homes. Others celebrate in pubs or clubs with their friends and families, or attend outdoor gatherings and firework displays.

Just before midnight on New Year’s Eve, people hold hands and sing a traditional song called “Auld Lang Syn

e”. They count the seconds down to the new year and when the clock strikes midnight, they hug and kiss and wish each other a happy new year! Sometimes people set off firework as the new year begins.

People often drink a toast to the coming year with a fizzy alcoholic drink called champagne. Some people let their children stay up late to join in with the celebrations.

New Year’s Day is celebrated on January 1. New Year’s Day is a bank holiday. A bankholiday is a public holiday. Most shops and businesses close for the day.

New Year’s Day is a holiday for nearly everyone in the UK. Very few buses and train run on New Year’s Day. Most people stay at home and relax with their families.

There is an old superstition in Scotland and some other parts of the UK that the first person to enter someone’s home on New Year’s Day will bring all the luck for the coming year with them. This tradition is called fist footing.

The first person to enter a house on New Year’s Day is known as the first footer. Dark haired people are thought to be the luckiest first footers, and it is traditional to carry a lump of coal when going first footing.

People often make New Year resolutions at the start of the new year. Resolutions are things that people have decided (or resolved) to do to make lives better, such as stopping smoking or losing weight. Not everybody manages to keep their New Year’s resolutions, though!

1. When is New Year’s Eve?

A. January 1

B. December 30

C. December 31

2. English people always keep their New Year’s resolutions.

A. True

B. False

C. Not given

3. What traditional song do English people sing on New Year’s Eve?

A. Old Macdonald

B. Auld Lang’s Syne

C. Old King Cole

4. English people usually stay at home on New Year’s Eve, and go to bed early.

A. False

B. True

C. Not given

5. Some English children are allowed to stay up late on New Year’s Eve.

A. False

B. True

C. Not given

6. Most buses in England don’t run on New Year’s Day.

A. True

B. False

C. Not given

7. A “first footer” is ……………….?

A. the first person to go outside on New Year’s Day

B. the first person to enter a house on New Year’s Day

C. the first person on the dancefloor on New Year’s Eve

8. What do English people sometimes toast the new year with?

A. bread

B. marshmallows

C. champage

9. New Year’s Eve is a blank holiday in England.

A. True

B. False

C. Not given

8. Reading the passage and decide whether the followings statements are true (T) or false (F).

Television is a product that was invented in 1926 and has been developed over many years and it still continues to be developed. The television was one of many great inventions in the 20th century.

The television is an extremely popular product. Over the years many people have bought the television. Now, there are over 15,000 T.V channels in the world. It is clear that the television is a popular product but it is also bad for your sight.People spend almost 4-8 hours in front of a screen (about a sixth to a third of a day). This results in less time to be physically active, spending time with family, doing homework to the best of their ability and reading. This is bad as reading has been proved to affect how smart you are. Also there are many inappropriate television shows that “hypnotize” children into thinking that something wrong is right or something bad is good. On the other hand, some may argue that television can be good for your education as some television programs are documentaries, contain historical facts and help children stay up to date with the world around them (the news). I think that the television can be good for you if you can control how long you are on it and you watch the right types of programs however, even if you do watch good programs, it will still have an effect on your health and sight.

1. TV was invented in the 20th century.

2. People spend about a sixth to a third of a day watching TV.

3. The writer thinks that TV is not good for you.

4. There are more than 15,000 TV channels in the world.

5. TV is unpopular product.

9. Fill in the blank with a word/ phrase in the box.

In 100 years everything will be very (1)              . Instead of using regular cars, we will use (2)                . They will take us to everywhere we like, even other (3)                       . These cars will (4)             water so they are (5)                to the environment. They will be (6)                   without driver intervention. The only thing we need to do is to inform the flying car where the (7)               is and then the flying car will do the rest. The cars will be much faster, safer and there will be no (8)                     because each flying car has its own way.

Will you know what will happen in the future? No one really knows, but to think about an indefinitefuture is very interesting!

10        Read the passage and then correct the questions.

Forests are essential for life on earth. Three hundred million people worldwide in forests and 1.6 billion depend on them for their livelihoods. Forests also provide habitat for a vast array of plants and animals, many of which are still undiscovered. They protect our watersheds. They inspire wonder and provide places for recreation. They supply the oxygen we need to survive. They provide the timber for products we use every day…

But forests are being destroyed and degraded at alarming rates. Deforestation comes in many forms, including fires, clear-cutting for agriculture, ranching and development, unsustainable logging for timber, and degradation due to climate change. This impacts people’s livelihoods and threatens a wide range of plant and animal species. Some 46-58 million square miles of forest are lost each year equivalent to 48 football fields every minute. Deforestation also undermines the important carbon sink function of forests. It is estimated that 15% of all greenhouse gas emissions are the result of deforestation.

If we do not protect forests, we will have to suffer more floods and other natural disasters. It is time for you to join hands with me to protect forests for a better world.

1. How many people live in forests?

2. Are forests important for human-being?

3. Why are forests important?

4. What is the impact of deforestation?

5. What will human-beings have to suffer if human do not protect the forests?

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