Đề thi vào lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh – Đề số 18 (Đề cơ bản)

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Ôn thi tiếng anh vào lớp 10


(1-3). Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.

1. a. eight b. neighbor       c. weight          d. height
2. a. using b. union    c. university   d. umbrella
3. a. asked b. advised     c. wished   d. promised


(4-5). Choose the word whose main stress pattern is not the same as that of the others.

4. a. community b. fascinated       c. significant     d. enjoyable
5. a. customer b. difficult  c. required d. musical



(6-25). Choose the word or phrase (a, b, c or d) that best fits the blank space in each sentence.

6. I’m going away      the end of January.

a. at b. on c. in d. to

7. My brother is interesting______ doing____ crossword puzzles.

a. on b. for c.  in  d. with

8. don’t want to depend too much________ my parents.

a. in b. on c. of d. for

9. The wind blew______ from the desert and covered everything

a. out – in b. in – with c. in –  of    d. over – with

10. American English is significantly different_______ British English.

a. on b. for c. with    d. from

11. It was raining_______ I couldn’t go outside.

a. hardly so that b. so hard  that        c. so hardly that d. too hard that

12. Would you please show me_______ Yahoo Messenger?

a. to use b. using c. how can I use d. how to use

13. Jack_____ his homework yet, so he won’t go out with his friends.

a. finish b. has finished c. doesn’t finish   d. hasn’t finished

14. I find it easy to make friends with most people, but I just can’t_______ with Mark.

a. come along b. get on c. go along   d. put up

15. The child has all_______ his shoes, so he needs a new pair.

a. found out b. worn out c. brought out    d. turn out

16. _______ can this package be delivered to New York? ~ In two days, I think,

a. How soon b. How often c. How far d. How fast

17. The radio says a wild animal zoo is_________ in our city.

a. building b. to be building c. to be built   d. to build

18. Emily is motivated to study__________ she knows that a good education can improve her life.

a. therefore b.  because c. because   d. so

19. She had a plumber fix the leaking pipe.

a. replace b. install c. repair d. connect

20. This isn’t interesting, _______ ?

a. is this b. isn’t this c. isn’t it         d. is it

21. Visitors to the park this autumn can see___________ .

a. something different a little b. a little different something
c. something a little different d. different a little something

22. Before 2008 China will finish________ the Olympic Park.

a. build b. built c. building       d.

23. Both Jane and her brother___________ to the farewell party last night.

a. invited b. was invited c. were invited d. had invited

23. They put up________ all around the city advertising the new film.

a. posters b. portraits c. magazines     d. leaflets

24. There are a few shops at the end of the street but_______ of them sell newspapers.

a. neither  b. either c. none        d. no one

(26-30). Choose the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs correcting.

26. It is extremely (A) important for a (B) teacher to know to use (C) a computer (D).

27. She worked hard (A) so as (B) everything would be (C) ready in time (D).

28. There were (A) very interesting (B) news on (C) the radio this morning about (D) the earthquake in Japan.

29. This dress is not  (A) fit me at all (B) , and that one probably isn’t (C) neither (D).

30. Salt was once (A) too (B) scare and precious that it was used (C) as (D)money.

(31-35). Use the correct form of the word given in each sentence.

31. We’re going to have a_________ to see who can swim the furthest, (compete)

32. Cinema is a medium of mass ___________ . (entertain)

33. Air__________ makes our health worse and worse, (pollute)

34. Jane is the most___________ girl in my class, (attract)

35. With a bit of____________ , she could do really well, (courage)


(36-45). Choose the word or phrase (a, b, c or d) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

When a strong earthquake occurs on the ocean floor rather than on (36)__________ , a tremendous force is (37)_____ on the seawater and one or more large, destructive (38)____ called tsunamis can be formed. Tsunamis are commonly called tidal waves in the United States, (39)________ this is really an inappropriate name in that the (40)______ of the tsunami is an underground earthquake rather than the ocean’s (41)_________ . Far from land, a tsunami can move through the wide open vastness of the ocean (42)____ a speed of 600 miles (900 kilometers) per hour and often can travel tremendous (43)____ without losing height and strength. When a tsunami reaches shallow coastal water, it can reach a (44)_________ of 100 feet (30 meters) or more and can cause tremendous flooding and (45)_________ to coastal areas.

36. a. land b. ground c. earth d. soil
37. a. installed b. exerted c. exhausted d. struggled
38. a. currents b. streams c. waves d. tides
39. a. therefore b. and c. for d. but
40. a. cause b. reason c. effect d. force
41. a. surface b. tides c. waves d. water
42. a. in b. with c. for d. at
43. a. trips b.journeys c. distances d. spaces
44. a. length b. height c. strength d. weight
45. a. damage b. harm c. ruin d. spoil

(46-50). Read the passage below carefully and choose the correct answer a, b, c or d.

Noah Webster’s goal in life was to promote the adoption of an American language. He wanted to free Americans from British English as they had freed themselves from the English crown. To this end he published a series of three textbooks a speller in 1783, a grammar in 1784, and a reader in 1785.

Webster objected to the way certain words had been borrowed from the other languages but had not been respelled. The result, he claimed, was a confusing mixture of letters, many of which were not pronounced the way they looked, and others of which were not pronounced at all.

Webster urged Americans to simplify their spelling. For example, he argued that ‘head’ should be spelled ‘hed’ and ‘bread’ should be spelled ‘bred’. Most of Webster suggestions did not catch on, but his textbooks sold millions of copies.

46. Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

a. The Three Books of Noah Webster

b. Noah Webster and the Adoption of an American Language

c. Simplification of Spelling

d. Noah Webster and the British Crown

47. According to Webster, Americans should____________ .

a. read his three books

b. be ruled from England

c. simplify their spelling

d. not borrow words from other languages

48. The phrase “did not catch on” in the last paragraph means ____________ .

a. were not appreciated

b. did not become popular

c. did not please anyone

d. were not introduced

49. Webster complained that the words borrowed from other languages had not

been_______ .

a. freely adopted

b. make more confusing

c. respelled

d. pronounced correctly

50. The problem that Webster tried to solve did NOT include_____________ .

a. unreliable spelling

b. mispronounced words

c. grammar errors

d. poor sales of his textbooks


(51-55). Choose the sentence (a, b, c or d) that is almost the same in meaning as the sentence given.

51. We are completely out of thermal socks.

a. There isn’t any pair of thermal socks left.

b. There is only one pair of thermal sock left.

c. There are few pairs of thermal socks left

d. We no longer wear thermal socks.

52. It was impossible to find Tom anywhere.

a. Tom could go anywhere he liked,

b. Tom was unable to go anywhere,

c. Tom could not be found anywhere,

d. We found somewhere Tom could go.

53. Unless you can swim, you aren’t allowed to sail this boat.

a. Anyone who wants to sail this boat must be able to swim.

b. If you can’t swim, you’ll have to go in this boat.

c. You may sail this boat whether you can swim or not.

d. The only people allowed to swim are those in the boat.

54. The trip excited us all a lot.

a. All trips were exciting to us.

b. We spent a lot on the exciting trip.

c. Many exciting trips were offered to us.

d. All of us were excited about the trip.

55. Driving on the left is strange to Vietnamese people.

a. Vietnamese people drive on the left.

b. Vietnamese people used to drive on the left.

c. Vietnamese people find it quite easy to drive on the left.

d. Vietnamese people are not used to driving on the left.

(56-60). Rewrite the sentences so that they are nearest in meaning to the sentence printed before them.

56. He left the house, but right after that it began to rain.


57. ‘Please read my exercise, Jack, and tell me if it is correct.’

Jane told J______________________________________________________

58. Although he is old, he goes jogging every morning.


59. He got severe punishment from the master.

He was_________________________________________________________

60. He bought such a lot of books that he couldn’t read them all.


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  1. Ngân says:

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