Bài Kiểm Tra Đầu Vào Cho Học Sinh Lớp 8-9

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Entrance Test For Grade 8-9

Time: 60 minutes

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Mark the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the flowing questions

2 / 40

Mark the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the flowing questions

3 / 40

Mark the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the flowing questions.

4 / 40

Mark the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the flowing questions.

5 / 40

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the flowing questions.

Have you ever considered work as a teacher after graduating from university?

6 / 40

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the flowing questions.

Since poaching is becoming more seriously, the government has imposed stricter laws to prevent it.

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Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the flowing questions.

Reminding not to miss the 15:20 train, the manager set out for the station in a hurry.

8 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

­­­­_______, he remained optimistic.

9 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

The bus __________ before I reached the bus-stop.

10 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

I’m not ________package tour. I prefer something flexible and open.

11 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

The flat ______ he lives in is not far from his office.

12 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Mary expected _______ at the airport by her family but nobody came.

13 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

It’s important to know about how developed countries have solved the urbanization problems and _____ some solutions to those in Vietnam.

14 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

We believe that the conservation of natural resources and habitats should be part of technological and economic ________.

15 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

A lot of sea creatures will be _________ if people stop using dynamite for fishing.

16 / 40

Mark the correct answer to each of the following questions.

________ one of the most prestigious universities by her family, Lan applied to it.

17 / 40

Mark the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

A: “I have bought you a toy. Happy birthday to you!” B: “_____________”

18 / 40

Mark the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Sue and Harry are at a concert. They are enjoying the piano performance very much.

Sue: “­­­­­She’s the best pianist ever!” Harry: “­­­­­_____________”.

19 / 40

Mark the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Students are expected to always adhere to school regulations.

20 / 40

Mark the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

I am very much interested in learning more about ecotourism and its benefits.

21 / 40

Mark the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Any student who neglects his or her homework is unlikely to do well at school.

22 / 40

Mark the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

The International Organizations are going to be in a temporary way in the country.

23 / 40

Read the following passage and mark the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (23).

American folk music originated with (23) __________ people at a time when the rural population was isolated and music was not (24) ________ spread by radio, records, or music video. It was (25) _________ by oral traditional and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional impact. The major source of early American folk songs was music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa as songs of American Indians have significant part in its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, composer Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduringly popular of American songs, (26) _______ soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960s, singer – composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez continued this tradition by urban folk music. Many of these songs deal (27) ________ important social issue, such as racial integration and the war in Vietnam.

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Read the following passage and mark the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (24).

American folk music originated with (23) __________ people at a time when the rural population was isolated and music was not (24) ________ spread by radio, records, or music video. It was (25) _________ by oral traditional and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional impact. The major source of early American folk songs was music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa as songs of American Indians have significant part in its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, composer Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduringly popular of American songs, (26) _______ soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960s, singer – composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez continued this tradition by urban folk music. Many of these songs deal (27) ________ important social issue, such as racial integration and the war in Vietnam.

25 / 40

Read the following passage and mark the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (25).

American folk music originated with (23) __________ people at a time when the rural population was isolated and music was not (24) ________ spread by radio, records, or music video. It was (25) _________ by oral traditional and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional impact. The major source of early American folk songs was music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa as songs of American Indians have significant part in its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, composer Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduringly popular of American songs, (26) _______ soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960s, singer – composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez continued this tradition by urban folk music. Many of these songs deal (27) ________ important social issue, such as racial integration and the war in Vietnam.

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Read the following passage and mark the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (26).

American folk music originated with (23) __________ people at a time when the rural population was isolated and music was not (24) ________ spread by radio, records, or music video. It was (25) _________ by oral traditional and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional impact. The major source of early American folk songs was music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa as songs of American Indians have significant part in its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, composer Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduringly popular of American songs, (26) _______ soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960s, singer – composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez continued this tradition by urban folk music. Many of these songs deal (27) ________ important social issue, such as racial integration and the war in Vietnam.

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Read the following passage and mark the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (27).

American folk music originated with (23) __________ people at a time when the rural population was isolated and music was not (24) ________ spread by radio, records, or music video. It was (25) _________ by oral traditional and is noted for its energy, humor, and emotional impact. The major source of early American folk songs was music from the British Isles, but songs from Africa as songs of American Indians have significant part in its heritage. Later settler from other countries also contributed songs. In the nineteenth century, composer Steven Foster wrote some of the most enduringly popular of American songs, (26) _______ soon became part of the folk tradition. Beginning in the 1930s, Woody Guthrie gained great popularity by adapting melodies and lyrics and supplying new ones as well. In the 1950s and 1960s, singer – composers such as Peter Seeger, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez continued this tradition by urban folk music. Many of these songs deal (27) ________ important social issue, such as racial integration and the war in Vietnam.

28 / 40

Read the following passage and mark the correct answer of the questions.

What is it like being a teenager in Britain?

School
British teenagers spend most of their time at school. Students in Britain can leave school at sixteen (grade 11). This is also the age when most students take their first important exams, the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). Most teens take between 5 -10 subjects, which means a lot of studying. They are spending more time on homework than teenagers ever before. Forget watching TV, teenagers in Britain now spend 2 -3 hours on homework after school.

School uniform
Visit almost any school in Britain and the first thing you’ll notice is the school uniform. Although school uniform has its advantages, when they are 15 or 16 most teenagers are tired of wearing it. When there is more than one school in a town, school uniforms can highlight differences between schools. In London there are many cases of bullying and fighting between pupils from different schools.

Clothes and looks
In Britain, some teens judge you by the shirt or trainers you are wearing. 40% of British teenagers believe it’s important to wear designer labels. If you want to follow the crowd, you need to wear trendy labels. Teenage feet in Britain wear fashionable trainers and the more expensive, the better.


Most students in Britain take the GCSE when ________.

 

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What is it like being a teenager in Britain?

School
British teenagers spend most of their time at school. Students in Britain can leave school at sixteen (grade 11). This is also the age when most students take their first important exams, the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). Most teens take between 5 -10 subjects, which means a lot of studying. They are spending more time on homework than teenagers ever before. Forget watching TV, teenagers in Britain now spend 2 -3 hours on homework after school.

School uniform
Visit almost any school in Britain and the first thing you’ll notice is the school uniform. Although school uniform has its advantages, when they are 15 or 16 most teenagers are tired of wearing it. When there is more than one school in a town, school uniforms can highlight differences between schools. In London there are many cases of bullying and fighting between pupils from different schools.

Clothes and looks
In Britain, some teens judge you by the shirt or trainers you are wearing. 40% of British teenagers believe it’s important to wear designer labels. If you want to follow the crowd, you need to wear trendy labels. Teenage feet in Britain wear fashionable trainers and the more expensive, the better.


What is the first thing you’ll notice when you visit almost any school in Britain?

30 / 40

What is it like being a teenager in Britain?

School
British teenagers spend most of their time at school. Students in Britain can leave school at sixteen (grade 11). This is also the age when most students take their first important exams, the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). Most teens take between 5 -10 subjects, which means a lot of studying. They are spending more time on homework than teenagers ever before. Forget watching TV, teenagers in Britain now spend 2 -3 hours on homework after school.

School uniform
Visit almost any school in Britain and the first thing you’ll notice is the school uniform. Although school uniform has its advantages, when they are 15 or 16 most teenagers are tired of wearing it. When there is more than one school in a town, school uniforms can highlight differences between schools. In London there are many cases of bullying and fighting between pupils from different schools.

Clothes and looks
In Britain, some teens judge you by the shirt or trainers you are wearing. 40% of British teenagers believe it’s important to wear designer labels. If you want to follow the crowd, you need to wear trendy labels. Teenage feet in Britain wear fashionable trainers and the more expensive, the better.


The word “highlight” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________.

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What is it like being a teenager in Britain?

School
British teenagers spend most of their time at school. Students in Britain can leave school at sixteen (grade 11). This is also the age when most students take their first important exams, the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). Most teens take between 5 -10 subjects, which means a lot of studying. They are spending more time on homework than teenagers ever before. Forget watching TV, teenagers in Britain now spend 2 -3 hours on homework after school.

School uniform
Visit almost any school in Britain and the first thing you’ll notice is the school uniform. Although school uniform has its advantages, when they are 15 or 16 most teenagers are tired of wearing it. When there is more than one school in a town, school uniforms can highlight differences between schools. In London there are many cases of bullying and fighting between pupils from different schools.

Clothes and looks
In Britain, some teens judge you by the shirt or trainers you are wearing. 40% of British teenagers believe it’s important to wear designer labels. If you want to follow the crowd, you need to wear trendy labels. Teenage feet in Britain wear fashionable trainers and the more expensive, the better.


According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?

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What is it like being a teenager in Britain?

School
British teenagers spend most of their time at school. Students in Britain can leave school at sixteen (grade 11). This is also the age when most students take their first important exams, the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education). Most teens take between 5 -10 subjects, which means a lot of studying. They are spending more time on homework than teenagers ever before. Forget watching TV, teenagers in Britain now spend 2 -3 hours on homework after school.

School uniform
Visit almost any school in Britain and the first thing you’ll notice is the school uniform. Although school uniform has its advantages, when they are 15 or 16 most teenagers are tired of wearing it. When there is more than one school in a town, school uniforms can highlight differences between schools. In London there are many cases of bullying and fighting between pupils from different schools.

Clothes and looks
In Britain, some teens judge you by the shirt or trainers you are wearing. 40% of British teenagers believe it’s important to wear designer labels. If you want to follow the crowd, you need to wear trendy labels. Teenage feet in Britain wear fashionable trainers and the more expensive, the better.


What do most teenagers in Britain prefer to wear?

33 / 40

Choose the correct sentence from the cues given.

many/ place/ the world/,/people/ used/ dye/ cloth/ nature/ material/.

34 / 40

Choose the correct sentence from the cues given.

fortunate/,/biogas/ not/ total/ harmful/ people/.

35 / 40

Choose the correct sentence from the cues given.

I/ not/ know/ what/ do/ make/ mother/ happy/.

36 / 40

Choose the correct sentence from the cues given.

It/ be said/ Ha Long Bay/ one/ the most interesting/ tourist attractions/ Vietnam.

37 / 40

Choose the sentence that is closet in meaning to the original sentence in each of the following questions.

The man wanted to get some fresh air in the room. He opened the window.

 

38 / 40

Choose the sentence that is closet in meaning to the original sentence in each of the following questions.

We didn’t go on holiday. We did not have enough money.

39 / 40

Choose the sentence that is closet in meaning to the original sentence in each of the following questions.

His both legs were broken in the crash. He managed to get out of the car before it exploded.

40 / 40

Choose the sentence that is closet in meaning to the original sentence in each of the following questions.

Quang plays the piano very well. He lives next door.

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