[004] - Đề luyện thi vào khối 10 chuyên - CLC (Thầy Đại Lợi)

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Nguồn: Thầy Đại Lợi
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SECTION A: PHONETICS

I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

II. Choose the word whose stressed pattern is different from the others.

III. Rearrange the following sentences to make a complete conversation. (Điền số thứ tự vào ô trống).

[A] - Yes. My name’s Harry James. I’ve been with him for years.
[B] - Right. He’ll be in touch with you very soon.
0 → [C] - 8 679 123. Hello. Dr. Robinson’s practice. Can I help you?
[D] - Oh, really? What’s her home phone number?
[E] - It’s my arm. It’s swollen. I think it’s broken. You see, I was putting the kettle on and I slipped on the floor in the kitchen.
[F] - It’s on Holly Trees, 17 London Road, Hastings.
[G] - And is this your phone number?
[H] - Yes, I see. What’s your address, Mr. James?
[I] - Hastings 8 592 432.
[J] - It’s my sister’s. I’m using her mobile phone. I’m staying with her and the doctor can ring me there.
[K] - Yes. Mr. James. What’s your problem?

Question 11.
   → [A] - Yes. My name’s Harry James. I’ve been with him for years.
Question 12.
   → [B] - Right. He’ll be in touch with you very soon.
Question 13.
   → [D] - Oh, really? What’s her home phone number?
Question 14.
   → [E] - It’s my arm. It’s swollen. I think it’s broken. You see, I was putting the kettle on and I slipped on the floor in the kitchen.
Question 15.
   → [F] - It’s on Holly Trees, 17 London Road, Hastings.
Question 16.
   → [G] - And is this your phone number?
Question 17.
   → [H] - Yes, I see. What’s your address, Mr. James?
Question 18.
   → [I] - Hastings 8 592 432.
Question 19.
   → [J] - It’s my sister’s. I’m using her mobile phone. I’m staying with her and the doctor can ring me there.
Question 20.
   → [K] - Yes. Mr. James. What’s your problem?

SECTION B: VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

IV. Choose the best answer from A, B, C, or D.

Question 21. Everybody has known the day I return, ______?
Question 22. - Mrs. Smith: You made a lot of noise last night! - David: ______
Question 23. The Smiths bought a very beautiful house ______ a fairly good price.
Question 24. - Peter: Is our breakfast OK? - Mary: Yeah, mom is ______ it ready.
Question 25. Time is short, so the secretaries are typing the documents ______.
Question 26. When the headmaster ______ the room, all the pupils stood up.
Question 27. - Andrew: What would you like for dinner? - Laura: ______ we’re both so tired, why don’t we order a pizza?
Question 28. All the boys are good at cooking, but ______ is as good as the girls.
Question 29. She asked me if I would like half an apple or ______.
Question 30. He’s a ______ drinker and can nearly always be found in the hotel bar.
Question 31. Tuan is ______ good results in his final exam.
Question 32. Our children are looking forward to ______ to the circus this weekend.
Question 33. I couldn’t ______her, she is one of the fastest runners in my school.
Question 34. My mother often gives me advice ______ water.
Question 35. What a ______ car!

V. Read the passage below and use the correct form of the words given.

One of the major (ENVIRONMENT) ___(36)___ concerns in today’s world is the growing list of (DANGER) ___(37)___ plants, animals and birds. The (BIG) ___(38)___ threat of all to wildlife is, of course, man, who must take action now to prevent the (APPEAR) ___(39)___ of these species. Whales, tigers and elephants all (REQUIRING) ___(40)___ greater protection as hunters threaten to drive them to extinction. (SIMILAR) ___(41)___, more effective measures are suggested to stop (GLOBE) ___(42)___ warming, which has led to the (LOSE) ___(43)___ of important natural habitats. Fish too, are increasingly at risk from high level of river and sea (POLLUTE) ___(44)___, caused by oil spills and toxic effluent. Stricter government controls will help in the fight to save our wildlife and a greater public (AWARE) ___(45)___ of the issues should be involved.

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VI. There is one mistake in each of the following sentences. Find and correct it. (Viết lại từ đúng vào ô trống)

Question 46.
He started working as an editor 10 years ago but now he knows as a famous MC. →     
Question 47.
It was raining heavy when I woke up yesterday morning. →     
Question 48.
The homeworks that your teacher assigned is due on Tuesday unless you have made prior arrangements to turn it in late. →     
Question 49.
During The Second World War, almost a third of a million people was killed. →     
Question 50.
Mr. Brown isn’t in his own car, he is driving someone else car. →     
Question 51.
It often takes my mom half an hour getting to work by underground every morning. →     
Question 52.
In icy winter days, I prefer being driven to driving myself. →     
Question 53.
Found in the 12th century, Oxford University ranks among the world’s oldest ones. →     
Question 54.
Doctors have known for a long time that loud noises can cause hear damage or loss. →     
Question 55.
Streets of Bangkok are usually crowding with people selling food, clothing, flowers and souvenirs. →     

SECTION C: READING COMPREHENSION

VII. Read the passage below and choose the best answer from A, B, C, or D.

If we took a look at how people in Europe communicated just one hundred years ago, we would be very surprised to find out that English was hardly used outside the United Kingdom. The language most commonly used between people of different nationalities, and particularly the aristocracy, was French. In fact, French was the language of diplomacy, culture and education. However, that is not the case nowadays. English has replaced French as the international language of communication. Today, there are more people who speak English as a second language than people who speak it as a first language.

There are many reasons why English has become the language of international communication. Britain’s colonization of many parts of the world had something to do with it, but it is mainly due to America’s rise to the position of major world power. This helped spread popular American culture throughout the world bringing the language with it.

But is it good that English has spread to all parts of the world so quickly? Language specialists seem to be divided over this issue. There are those who claim that it is important to have a language that the people in our increasingly globalized world have in common. According to others, English is associated with a particular culture and therefore promotes that culture at the expense of others. Linguists have suggested “Esperanto”, an artificially put-together language, as a solution to international communication problems but without success. So English will continue being the world language until some other language, maybe Chinese, which is the most widely-spoken native language in the world, takes over as the world’s international language instead of English.

Question 56. According to the passage, a century ago ___________ .
Question 57. What is chiefly responsible for the growth in popularity of English?
Question 58. What is meant by “the language of diplomacy”
Question 59. What is true according to the passage?
Question 60. The linguists’ opinion on the spread of English is___________ .
Question 61. The author believes that ___________ .
Question 62. These days ___________ .
Question 63. What would be a good title for this passage?

VIII. Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word.

A hundred years ago, most people traveled on foot, by train, or on horseback. Railways made ___(64)___ possible to travel rapidly over long distances. ___(65)___ were also becoming popular, after the invention of the air - filled tire, which made cycling a lot more comfortable. Buses, trams and underground railways ___(66)___ invented, and cities all over the ___(67)___ already had traffic jams. There were very ___(68)___ private cars and city streets were still full of horses.
What a difference a hundred years have made? Nowadays we have got used ___(69)___ the problem of private cars, and some cities are ___(70)___ noisy and polluted that in many places vehicles have been banned from the city center. ___(71)___ will we travel in a hundred years’ time? Perhaps by then there will be only personal helicopters. ___(72)___ may be no need to travel to work or school in the future, since everyone will have a computer at home. There might even be more ___(73)___ walking and horse - riding, for pleasure and exercise.

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