English Test – Grade 6

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ENGLISH ONLINE TEST - GRADE 6

(Time: 45 minutes)


English Online Test - Grade 6

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I. Listen and complete the conversation.

Marie: Hi Pablo, what did you have for (1) _____ today?

Pablo: I had (2) _____ pasta.

Marie: Were there any (3) _____ in the pasta?

Pablo: Yes, there were and there was some melted cheese too.

Marie: Hmm, delicious! What about the main course?

Pablo: There wasn’t any pizza today, so I had (4) _____ instead.

Marie: What about dessert? I didn’t see any ice cream on the menu today and it’s my (5) _____!

Pablo: You’re right – there wasn’t. I’m not keen on pears. So I had some apple pie.

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II. Listen and complete notes on Nelson Mandela using the words from the box.

   1918            president            lawyer           believed          1990

I’m going to talk about Nelson Mandela.
He was one of the most respected people in the world.
He was born in (1) ______, in South Africa.
He studied to be a (2) ______.
He (3) ______ in racial equality.
The government put him in prison for 27 years.
He came out of prison in (4) _______.
He became the first black (5) ______ of South Africa in 1994.
He died in December 2013.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

1.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

2.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

3.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

4.

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III. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.

5.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

1. “______ films have you seen this week?” – “Only one”.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

2. We _____ in Japan for five years.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

3. There ______ a lot of flowers at the festival last week.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

4. Vietnam is located in South East ______.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

5. Binh ______ five postcards to his friend in America last month.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

6. The red dress is _____ than the blue one.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

7. If it is sunny, we _____ camping.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

8. _____ going to visit Australia?

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. The students are _____ judo in the gym now.

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IV. Choose the correct answer to complete each of the following sentences.

10. ______ do you listen to music? – Every night.

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V. Insert the sentences in the box to complete the fable.

A. I did not mean to wake you.
B. 'Be patient, Your Majesty,' said the mouse. 'I'll free you in a minute!'
C. 'It was my turn to help you,' answered the mouse.
D. You save my life?
E. Anyone who disturbs my sleep will die.
F. Every animal heard it, including the tiny mouse.

Once, as a lion was sleeping, a naughty little mouse ran up his tail, and onto his back and up his mane and danced and jumped on his head so that the lion woke up. The lion grabbed the mouse and roared angrily.

'How dare you wake me up! Don't you know that I am King of the Animals? (1) _____. I will kill you and eat you!'

The terrified mouse, shaking, asked the lion to let him go. 'Please don't eat me Your Majesty! (2) _____. I was only playing. Please let me go - and I promise I will always be your friend. Who knows, maybe one day I could save your life?'

The lion looked at the tiny mouse and laughed. (3) ____. What a ridiculous idea!' he said laughing. 'But you have made me laugh, so I will let you go.' And he let the mouse free.

'Oh thank you, Your Majesty,' cried the mouse, and ran away as fast as he could.

A few days later the lion was caught in a hunter's trap. He tried as hard he could, but he couldn't break free and became even more stuck in the net. He let out a roar that woke the forest. (4) _____.

'My friend the lion is in trouble,' thought the mouse. He ran as fast as he could, and soon found the lion in the hunter's net.

(5) _____. And the mouse began biting through the net with his sharp little teeth. Very soon the lion was free.

'I did not believe that you could help me, little mouse, but today you saved my life,' said the lion. 'You are my friend, and I am yours'.

(6) _____.

Even the weak and small may one day help out those much stronger than themselves.

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

Vietnam’s New Year is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. It is especially known as Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet. It begins between January twenty- first and February nineteen. The exact date changes from year to year. Vietnamese people usually make preparations for the holiday several weeks beforehand. They tidy their houses, cook special food, clean and make offerings on the family altars. On the New Year’s Eve, people sit up to midnight to see New Year Eve, then they put on new clothes and give one another the greetings of the season. Tet lasts ten days. The first three days are the most important. Vietnamese people believe that how people act during those days will influence the whole year. As a result, they make every effort to avoid arguments and smile as much as possible.

1. What is Vietnam’s New Year known as?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

Vietnam’s New Year is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. It is especially known as Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet. It begins between January twenty- first and February nineteen. The exact date changes from year to year. Vietnamese people usually make preparations for the holiday several weeks beforehand. They tidy their houses, cook special food, clean and make offerings on the family altars. On the New Year’s Eve, people sit up to midnight to see New Year Eve, then they put on new clothes and give one another the greetings of the season. Tet lasts ten days. The first three days are the most important. Vietnamese people believe that how people act during those days will influence the whole year. As a result, they make every effort to avoid arguments and smile as much as possible.

2. When does the Lunar New Year begin?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

Vietnam’s New Year is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. It is especially known as Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet. It begins between January twenty- first and February nineteen. The exact date changes from year to year. Vietnamese people usually make preparations for the holiday several weeks beforehand. They tidy their houses, cook special food, clean and make offerings on the family altars. On the New Year’s Eve, people sit up to midnight to see New Year Eve, then they put on new clothes and give one another the greetings of the season. Tet lasts ten days. The first three days are the most important. Vietnamese people believe that how people act during those days will influence the whole year. As a result, they make every effort to avoid arguments and smile as much as possible.

3. What do Vietnamese people usually do to prepare for Tet?

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VI. Read the passage and answer the questions.

Vietnam’s New Year is celebrated according to the lunar calendar. It is especially known as Tet Nguyen Dan, or Tet. It begins between January twenty- first and February nineteen. The exact date changes from year to year. Vietnamese people usually make preparations for the holiday several weeks beforehand. They tidy their houses, cook special food, clean and make offerings on the family altars. On the New Year’s Eve, people sit up to midnight to see New Year Eve, then they put on new clothes and give one another the greetings of the season. Tet lasts ten days. The first three days are the most important. Vietnamese people believe that how people act during those days will influence the whole year. As a result, they make every effort to avoid arguments and smile as much as possible.

4. Why are the first three days the most important?

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

1. house / a / Minh / lake / a / lives / in / near / .

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

2. the / the / more / is / than / peaceful / country / city / .

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

3. doing / was / my / rang / I / the / phone / homework / when / .

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

4. you / tea / do / have / breakfast / for / or / coffee / ?

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VII. Put the words in order to make correct sentences.

5. we / hard / that / believed / for / the / exam / worked / he / .

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