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Đề thi vào 10 môn tiếng Anh chuyên Lê Quý Đôn, Đà Nẵng năm 2010

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO         KÌ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 THPT CHUYÊN LÊ QUÝ ĐÔN                

  THÀNH PHỐ ĐÀ NẴNG                                          Khoá ngày 24 tháng 6 năm 2010

                                                                        Môn thi: Tiếng ANH (hệ số 2)                                

       ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC                                       Thời gian: 120 phút (không tính thời gian giao đề)

 

PART I:    GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY (40 marks)       

I. Choose the best option to complete each sentence. Write either A, B, C or D in the box for answers. (20 marks)                                                                                                               

1. I do feel rather ashamed…………having told a lie.

A.  on                               B. up                                       C. of                                            D. with

1.

2. I use my mobile to stay in touch …………. my friends.

A. in                                 B. with                       C. about                             D. on

2.

3. You should really take it ………… for a few days. You look tired.

       A. easy                          B. off                                        C. over                             D. relaxed

3.

4. Are there enough apples for us to have one ……………….. ?

       A. every              B. each                       C. individually                     D. self          

4.

5. They missed the beginning of the movie; they enjoyed it, ……………….. .

       A.  although                      B. but                                    C. though                                  D. too

5.

6.The flight from Jakata to New Delhi has been cancelled …………the heavy fog.

       A.  as a result                    B. despite                             C. on behalf of                   D. on account of 

6.

7. I opened the door quietly ……………. my father up.

       A.  to not wake      B. so as not to wake      C. so that I don’t wake       D. not to waking

7.

8. A jellyfish doesn’t have ………….. a mouth or a sense of smell.

       A.  neither             B. either                              C. so                                  D. such

8.

9. Do you think that speaking English will help you go ……….. professionally?

       A. far                       B.  for                                            C. at                                  D. in

9.

10. It looked dark and heavy………….it was going to rain.

       A. although                       B. unless                      C. as if                          D. whereas

10.

11. It was cloudy. ………….., the photos came out very bad.

       A. Result               B. However                            C. But                                D. As a result

11.

12. This problem is a very common one. …………you do, don’t try to remove it yourself.                              

       A. No matter                    B. Whatever                   C. However                    D. whoever

12.

13. Jenny’s hopes were ……………… when she wasn’t selected for the team.

       A.  lowered                       B. smashed                              C. dashed                               D. dimmed

13.

14. Her ……………. is to teach in another country when she has finished her degree.

       A. experience                 B. attention                               C. advantage                 D. intention

14.

15. Peter …………. his father in many ways, but he has his mother’s sense of humor.

       A. takes after          B. comes across                   C. makes out                     D. gives in

15.

16. The busy restaurant was always packed with hungry ……………

       A. clients               B. waiters                     C. guests                                  D. customers

16.

17. We’re really ………….. because we have been walking more than 100km!

       A. distinguished    B. excited                               C. exhausted                     D. amused                          

17.

18. He couldn't ………… the huge rock in the path, so he went around it.

       A. get over                      B. put off                     C. go in                              D. take off

18.

19. Although he shouted, his words were ……….. in the wind.

       A. killed                           B. lost                        C. stopped                                     D. drowned

19.

20. She should have been here but she’s………….flu.  

       A. gone through with    B. gone down with           C. come in for                           D. come up against

20.

 

II. Use the correct form of the words in brackets. Write your answers in the box provided.

     (10 marks)                      

                                                                             

1. Traveling in big cities is becoming more………… every day.      ( trouble)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

1.

2. You must keep these………….documents carefully in the safe.  ( confidence)

2.

3. The family has the important function of …………children.           ( society)

3.

4. Most people agree that Christmas has become too………… .      ( commerce)

4.

5. The new airport will improve …………between the islands.          (communicate)

5.

6. The best way to see the …………….. of Manhattan is from a ferry around the island.                                                                                                 (see)

6.

7. I’m going to see a wonderful programme …………….. by a world-famous violinist at the Sydney Opera House tonight.                                                  (performance)

7.

8. The end of the film really disappointed me. It was totally …………(believe)

8.

9. This word is very difficult to say. I always …………… it.              (pronunciation)

9.

10. Not ................ on such a hot day, the beach was crowded.         (surprise)

10.

 

III. For question 1 -10, read the text below and look carefully at each line. Some of the lines are correct but some have a word which should not be there.  If a line is correct, put a tick (√ ) in the space provided in the box for answer. If a line has a word which should not be there, write the word in the space provided in the box for answer. There are two examples at the beginning (0 and 00).

  (10 marks)

0

00

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

We had left the house with plenty of time to spare, but

suddenly I realised we might have miss the plane. There had

been an accident on the motorway, and although that nobody

had been hurt, the traffic was at a complete standstill. By the

time when we started moving again, it was less than an hour

to take-off. When at last the taxi reached the terminal, we

had jumped out and ran quickly to the check-in, only to find

an enormous queue. Everyone had a luggage, and we only

had fifteen minutes before we left. Eventually we reached the

desk, and we gave the woman our tickets. I was very

worried by then and I asked to her if we were too late.

She smiled at, gave me our boarding cards and said, 'Your

flight has been delayed by an hour'.

0.……… √  ………………..

00.………have…………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

…………………………..

 

PART II:          READING COMPREHENSION (35 marks)

I.  Read the text below and select the best option for each blank. Write your answers (A, B, C,

    or D) in the box provided. (10 marks)

 

Here are some ways to help you to get a good night’s sleep. Firstly, don’t try too hard to (1)…............. asleep because this will make you anxious and keep you awake. Secondly, don’t go to bed until you (2) ……….......sleepy. Sitting in bed awake just (3) ..................... you awake. If you cannot sleep (4) .................................. you go to bed, get up and do something relaxing for a while until you feel sleepy. (5) .................... a boring book, watching TV or writing a letter can all help to relax you. You shouldn’t keep (6) ...........................the clock, either. If you know how much sleep you have lost, you will become worried and less able to sleep. Turning the clock around (7) .................... you cannot see it is better. Lastly, it is a good (8) ........................... to exercise during the day. A 20-minute walk (9) ........................... the morning will (10) ………………… you feel sleepier at bedtime.

 

 

1.

A. make

B. fall

C. fell

D. take

 

2.

A. fall

B. drop

C. take

D. feel

 

3.

A. makes

B. takes

C. brings

D. does

 

4.

A. whatever

B. wherever

C. whenever

D. how

 

5.

A. Reading

B. Seeing

C. Watching

D. Surfing

 

6.

A. looking up

B. looking after

C. looking at

D. looking for

 

7.

A. so

B. therefore

C. in order to

D. so that

 

8.

A. idea

B. opinion

C. information

D. view

 

9.

A. on

B. in

C. of

D. during

 

10.

A. take

B. provide

C. help

D. support

 

 

II. Multiple matching reading (10 marks)

     You are going to read a magazine article in which various musicians are interviewed. For questions 1-10, choose from the people (A-D). The people may be chosen more than once. When more than one answer is required, these may be given in any order. There is an example at the beginning (0).

 

- I didn’t listen to others’ advice.                                           0. ..B..                        

- I thought I’d be famous one day.                               1. ..……           2.……….

             - My taste in music was different from                        3. ..……

   everyone else’s.

 - I regretted a decision I made.                                   4. ………..      

 - I sometimes found it difficult to concentrate.            5…………….

 - The more confident I became, the better I               6. ………….

   performed.

 - I performed my own material.                                   7. …………..    8. ……….

 - My family was more important to me                         9. ………..

   than music.

 - I’d like to live a more stable life.                                10. ……..          

                                   

Making music

Getting into the music business isn’t easy. We asked four different musicians to tell us about their experiences.

A. Martin – Country and western singer - 17 years old

I always used to sing along to my granddad’s old country and western records, and when I got a guitar for my eighth birthday, they were the first tunes I played. My mates were all into Madonna and Michael Jackson so, of course, they thought I was a bit strange. At the age of ten I began writing songs and when I was 13, I started taking part in talent contests. Things didn’t go too well at first, partly because audiences didn’t know the words to the song I’d written, but mostly because of nerves. I gradually lost them, though, as I got used to being on stage, and so my playing and singing improved. I won my first contest when I was 15 and I’ve just signed a record deal.

  • Natasha – Violinist - 34 years old

When I was just seven, I was accepted into a music conservatory in Moscow and had to spend four or five hours a day practising. That’s a long time for someone of that age to keep their mind on something as intense as that, and I didn’t always succeed. Friends and family tried to put me off becoming a professional musician because it’s such a hard life. They’re right of course but I’m glad I ignored them. Now, as I get older, I want to move away from performing and the constant tours, and start composing my own music. It’ll also be easier to start my own family if I have a more permanent home.

C. Pete – Guitarist and singer - 50 years old 

When I was 16, I played the lead guitar in a band, doing versions of songs by The Beatles and The Stones. The other guys in the group seemed to think our chances of success were slim, but I took no notice. I was confident I’d make a name for myself one day, with or without the rest of the band. I left when I was 20 to become a session musician, which was a mistake, I realized afterward, as it took me away from the one place I wanted to be – the stage. Then my wife and I had two children and I decided to put them first and got a more stable job in a bank. Now they are both grown up, I’ve started performing again – songs I write myself, this time. I play the local pubs and clubs at weekends only, which is enough for me at my age! 

D.  Jake – Rap singer - 19 years old

I remembered when I was five and I sang a couple of songs on the karaoke machine at my uncle’s 30th birthday party. When I finished, everyone cheered and came up and gave me hugs and kisses. ‘This is good,' I thought, ‘I could get used to this!’ Then at school, I performed in plays and musicals – always the lead part, of course – and once again, the audience’s reaction made me feel good. I think I knew at that stage I was going to be a star. It was just a question of time. 

 

III. Read the text below and fill each blank with ONE word. Write your answers in the box    provided. (10 marks)

                

                                              HOMESTAY 

    When studying a foreign language abroad, a large majority of students choose ‘homestay’ accommodation, living with a (1)…………family while they attend classes in a nearby language school. Very (2)…………., however, once lessons have finished, students speak their mother tongue with other class members of the same nationality. On a Homestay Language International study trip, we ensure total immersion in the target language environment by arranging accomodation and one-by-one tuition in your teacher’s home, so that you (3)………. surrounded by the language during every moment of your stay.

   As you are the only student, you can learn (4)…………your own pace, and the lessons are made to suit your individual interests and objectives. You will also have the chance to (5)…………fully in your host teacher’s activities, including trips to places of (6)………….in the local area. All of our teachers have a university degree and a relevant (7)…………qualification, and most have spent much time abroad and they can understand the needs and concerns of their (8)………..guests. Homestay Language International offers a wide range of general or business courses for young and old (9)……….., with a choice of over 80 destinations throughout the world. Whether it’s English in New Zealand, French in Canada or German in Austria, you can expect a (10) ………

welcome in a relaxed home environment and an unforgettable study experience.

1............................

2.............................

3............……............

4.............................

5.............................

6.............................

7.............................

8.................……......

9.............................

10............................

 

 

 

 

 

IV. Read the text  and choose the best part (A, B, C, D or E) to complete each sentence. Write your answers in the box provided. (5 marks)

EXAM STRESS

1. Symptoms of exam stress

According to Professor Turnbull, a neurologist, more than 25% of America teenagers feel stressed at least once a day. And nothing gets students down than exams. Nearly 90% of teenagers suffer from stress at least once. “They come down with migraines, and many have problems eating and sleeping.”

2. Extra stress

Fear of failing exams is understandable. However, pressure from parents and teachers adds to the stress. “My parents expect me to be good at everything – academic subject, sport, and music! It’s ridiculous,” says Macy, 16, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

3. Prepare your environment

“You should make a revision plan that is realistic and that gives you enough time to study,” recommends Prof Turnbull. “Students should eat healthy meals – oily fish and green vegetables contain chemicals that help you memory. The revision environment is important. Student ought to find a quiet place to revise. They mustn’t leave things on their desk that can distract them, such as a cell phone. And they should see their friends just a few times a week – and if possible, no testing and no emails.

4. How to revise

“Make a list before you start revising each day. Study the most difficult things early in the day, when your memory is fresher. After you have finished revising, check the list – and then rest. Exam stress wears off when you read a magazine, listen to music, or do sports.”

5. On the big day

 “If you start to feel nervous, breathe deeply for a minute. Then skim all the exam questions. Read all the instruction carefully. How many questions do you have to answer? Are there any sections that you don’t have to answer? Be prepared – then you won’t get any nasty surprises halfway through the exam.”

6. When it is all over

“Well done! You’ve done the best you could. Don’t look at the questions with your friends, as this can make you worry more. Concentrate on your next exam. But take a rest first.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Answers

 

1. ………

 

1. According to Professor Turnbull, ………………………………..…… .

A. more than 90% of students are stressed

B. most American teenagers have problems with eating

C. stress is worse than taking an exam

D. more than 25% of American teenagers suffer from daily stress

E. about 25% of teenagers are stressful.

 

2. …………

2. Students find exams stressful because ……………………….……. .                                                                       

A. parents and teachers demand a lot

B. they have to do too much revision

C. they can’t take exams a second time

D. schools don’t care about students’ schedules

E. failing can result in a terrible punishment

3. To create a good environment for revising, Professor Turnbull suggests …………… .

 

3. …………

A. selling your cell phone

B. not working in your bedroom

C. not eating fish

D. removing distractions

E. finding quite a nice place

4. Before you revise each day, …………………………………………… .

 

4. …………

A. rest for a few hours

B. make a list of fish and vegetables to eat that day

C. make a list of what you want to study that day

D. read a magazine or play volleyball

E. text or email your friends first

5. After an exam, ………………………………………. .

 

5. …………

A. concentrate for five more minutes

B. think about the answers that you got wrong

C. relax for a while

D. call your friends

E. help the teacher collect the exam papers

PART III:  WRITING (25 marks)

I. Rewrite the second sentence in such a way that it has the same meaning as the one before

    it. Write your answer in the box provided. (6 marks)

 

1. I can’t help laughing at his funny face.

    I find it difficult ……………………………

1.

 

2. Although he couldn’t speak Dutch, Tom decided to settle in Amsterdam.

    In spite …………………………………………...

2..

 

3. Kate is the only real friend that Dolly has.

    Except ................................................

3.

 

4. His real identity will always remain a secret.

    No one…………………………………… .

4.

 

5. People no longer smoke so many cigarettes as they used to.

   The ……………………………………………………..

5.

6. Karajan was the first person to recognize her extraordinary musical gift.

    It ………………………………………………………..

6.

     

 

II. Complete the second sentence in such a way that it has the same meaning as the one before it, using the word given in brackets. DO NOT CHANGE THE WORD. (7 marks)

 

 

1. Chocolate can be good for you but you must not eat too much of it.                  (provided)

    Chocolate ……………………………………….

1.                 

2. “Does your brother want to go to the cinema with us?” asked my friend.   

                                                        (felt)

My friend asked me if …………………………….

2.

3. She has always had a good relationship with the children.                                     (got)

 She has ……………………………………………

3.

4. A child cannot sit still for 15 minutes.

                                                     ( impossible )

   It ………………………………………………. .

4.

 

5. The Pacific Ocean is on average deeper than the Atlantic Ocean.                         ( greater)

 The average…………………………………. .

5.

 

6. After being in Australia for a year, I still find driving on the left difficult.                  ( get )

After being in Australia for a year, I still can’t …………………………………. on the left.

6.

7. Nobody could possibly believe the story he told us.                                          (beyond)

 The story ……………………………………………

7.

 

III. Composition (12 marks)

Imagine you are Phuc. You are planning to buy a new bike. You see one advertised in a magazine. Write a letter to the shop to ask for more information. Include the following information and use indirect questions:

  • say where you saw the advert, and why you are writing
  • explain what you need the bike for
  • ask your most important question
  • ask your other questions

………..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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………..………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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