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Bộ 10 đề thi giáo viên giỏi THCS môn Tiếng Anh được biên soạn nhằm cung cấp thêm tư liệu tham khảo chuẩn bị cho kì thi chọn giáo viên giỏi cấp THCS sắp diễn ra của quý thầy cô giáo. Tham khảo và tải về bộ đề thi dưới đây để có cơ hội rèn luyện và trau dồi kỹ năng giảng dạy môn Tiếng Anh nhé. Chúc quý thầy cô thành công!

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  1. BỘ 10 ĐỀ THI GIÁO VIÊN GIỎI THCS MÔN TIẾNG ANH
  2. PHÒNG GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO HỘI THI GIÁO VIÊN THCS DẠY GIỎI CẤP HUYỆN NINH GIANG NĂM HỌC 2014-2015 BÀI VIẾT KIỂM TRA NĂNG LỰC Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Ngày thi: 13 / 11 / 2014 (Đề thi cho giáo viên Tiếng Anh) Câu 1: (3 điểm) Nghị quyết Hội nghị Trung ương 8 khóa XI về đổi mới căn bản, toàn diện giáo dục và đào tạo có nêu ra 9 giải pháp, đồng chí hãy nêu đề mục của từng giải pháp và nhận thức như thế nào về nhiệm vụ, giải pháp: Tiếp tục đổi mới mạnh mẽ và đồng bộ các yếu tố cơ bản của giáo dục, đào tạo theo hướng coi trọng phát triển phẩm chất, năng lực của người học theo tinh thần của Nghị quyết Hội nghị Trung ương 8 khóa XI. Câu 2 (3 điểm) Trình bày các hoạt động tổ chức dạy học và dự giờ, hoạt động Phân tích, rút kinh nghiệm bài học trong việc đổi mới phương pháp dạy học và kiểm tra, đánh giá theo định hướng phát triển năng lực của người học Câu 3 (4 điểm) WRITING I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence given before it (5 points): 71. Although the weather was very bad, the captain ordered his men to sail down the coast. → In spite of.................................................................................................................................................... 72. We would rather walk home than take a bus. → We prefer..................................................................................................................................................... 73. If you worry, you will find it difficult to get to sleep. → The more..................................................................................................................................................... 74. Jane cannot get a good job because she does not have any qualifications. → If.................................................................................................................................................................. 75. The boss made us work 12 hours a day. → We............................................................................................................................................................... II. Use the suggested words and phrases below to write a complete letter (10 points): I write / tell / how much / I / enjoy evening / I spend / you / your family / last Saturday evening. I / be / Sydney / since/ January / and it be / first time / dinner / an Australian family. I / find / conversation / most interesting. I also / congratulate you / excellent cooking. I / very grateful / helpful / information/ courses of English. I / hope / I / find / suitable school / next few days, and English / not too hard / me / study. You / give / best regards / husband / lovely daughters? Thank / again/ extremely / pleasant evening. I / look forward / see / you / next week. You are required to begin and end your letter as followed: Dear Mrs. Thomson, .......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... Yours faithfully, Pham Thanh Thuy III. Write a paragraph of about 120 words about your favorite teacher (10 points) ========== THE END ==========
  3. PHÒNG GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI CHỌN GIÁO VIÊN GIỎI HUYỆN - CẤP THCS HUYỆN NÔNG CỐNG NĂM HỌC 2014 - 2015 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài 150 phút (Không kể thời gian giao đề) Ngày thi 16/3/2015 SECTION I: PHONETICS I. Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that has the underlined part pronunced differently from the others in each group. (5 points) 1.A. massage B. carriage C. voyage D. dosage 2.A. understand B. until C. unusual D. underwater 3.A. angle B. face C. page D. angel 4.A. occurs B. imagines C. questions D. predicts 5.A. checked B. naked C. booked D. picked II. Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A,B,C or D. (2 pts) 1.A. experience B. available C. temperature D. discovery 2.A. Chinese B. impression C. engineer D. succeed SECTION II: VOCABULARY, GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES I. Choose the best answer to complete the sentences by circling A, B, C or D. (15 pts) 1. I had to get up early, ……………..….I would miss the train. A. otherwise B. if not C. so that D. but 2. My parents are going to take three days…….next month to help my brother move his house. A. at B. over C. off D. out 3. English is used as an access …………….….a world scholarship and world trade. A. into B. to C. for D. towards 4. Parents love and support their children ……….the children misbehave or do foolish things. A. if B. since C. only if D. even if 5. The Historical Museum is becoming ……………..…. crowded. A. much and more B. more and more C. much and much D. more and much 6. The scheme allows students from many countries to communicate……………..…. A. with other B. themselves C. each other D. with one another 7. Have you ever read anything……………..….Earnest Hengmingway? A. by B. of C. from D. for 8. Not a good movie,……………..….? A. did it B. didn’t it C. was it D. wasn’t it 9. Hoi An is……………..….for its old, small and tile-roofed houses. A. well-done B. well-dressed C. well-organised D. well-known 10. Hurry up! They have only got……………..….seats left. A. a lot of B. plenty of C. a little D. a few 11. The party, at ….. I was the guest honor, was extremely enjoyable. A. that B. who C. which D. where 12. _______ parrots are native to tropical regions is untrue. A. All B. That all C. Since all D. Why all 13. Lomonosov was not ______ a great scientist but also a very talented poet. A. fairly B. merely C. hardly D. scarcely 14. Linda: “What an attractive hair style you have got, Mary!” - Mary: “___________.” A. Thank you very much. I am afraid B. You are telling a lie C. Thank you for your compliment D. I don't like your sayings 15. Mark: “Do you find it very interesting to travel alone?” – Nick: “___________.” A. Yes, you’re welcome B. Never mind C. No, not at all D. It’s exciting II. Read the text and use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space in the same line. (0) is an example. (10 pts)
  4. The (0) original Olympic Games began in Ancient Greece in 776 BC in ORIGIN Olympia. The Games were very popular and were held (1)_____________ every four REGULAR years until AD 393 when they were stopped by the Roman Emperor. The (2)______________ games were started again in Athens in 1896. MODERNIZE The Games have become the World’s most important international athletics (3)__________________, in which the best athletes spend years training in COMPETE (4) for this great event. Sports range from basketball to horse riding PREPARE . Perhaps the most (5)________ track and field event is the decathlon CHALLENGE . Athletes take part in ten (6)______ running, jumping and throwing events. DIFFER Almost every nation sends a team to the Olympic Games and one of the ideas is that the Games encourage (7)_______________ between countries. FRIEND (8)__________ sports lovers travel thousands of miles to watch the DEDICATE Games and most (9)_________ athletes want the chance of winning an AMBITION Olympic medal. Such an (10)____ can make them known throughout the world. ACHIEVE III. Give the correct tense or form of the verbs in brackets to complete the following sentences. (10 pts) 1. I (meet) ________ John before I (be) ________ a fortnight in Paris. 2. The children were frightened because the lights suddenly (go) __________ out and they (sit) __________ in the dark. 3. What tune (play) ________ when we (come) ________ in? 4. She was badly hurt when her car hit another car. If she (wear) ________ her seat belt, she (not hurt) ________ so badly. 5. Coming into the room he (see) ________ Mary where he (leave) ________ her. IV. Fill in each blank with a suitable preposition. (8 pts) 1. He sent a copy of his will to his bank _______ safe keeping. 2. Although I practise quite a lot, I never seem to win very often _______ tennis. 3. Most people think the government is to blame _______ rising unemployment. 4. After the war, several people were tried for crimes _______ humanity. 5. Do you know of a cure _______ baldness? 6. Could you come back in half an hour? Mr. Baston’s _______ lunch at the moment. 7. I know _______ experience that I do my best work early in the morning. 8. There has been a sharp increase _______ house prices in recent months. SECTION III: READING I. Fill in each numbered space with ONE appropriate word. (10 pts) Most people know that cigarette smoking is (1)……..to their health.Scientific research shows that it can (2)………many kinds of diseases. In fact, many people(3)………smoke get lung cancer. Doctors believe that it may also cause lung cancer in people who (4)………not smoke. Nonsmokers often breathe in the smoke from(5)……….people’s cigarette. This is secondhand smoking. People are becoming very (6)……..of the danger of secondhand smoke, As a result, they(7)……..passed laws that prohibit people from smoking in many public places. Besides, many government tend to (8)…..…put taxes on cigarette so as to discourage people from smoking. With all the concerted effort (9)………. the authority and non- smokers, we can look forward to the world(10)………. smoking. II. 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 pts) 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
  5. “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. 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. 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 ……………. 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, ……………………………………………. 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, ……………………………………….. 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 III. Arrange these sentences to make a complete passage (10 points). a. As they built bigger and bigger ships, they were able to sail further and further away. b. They don’t really mean that the world is getting smaller, of course. c. They found that as they sailed further away from their home countries, the world became bigger. d. Then men began to use ships to explore the world. e. Today there are no undiscovered countries left to put on the map, but there are many new worlds to discover out in space. f. But 2,300 years ago the Egyptians and the Greek thought that the world was very small and flat that around it was the ocean. g. We often hear people saying that the world is getting smaller. h. So they had to make new maps to show the countries that they found. i. And they discovered new countries that they didn’t know about. j. What they mean is that with modern means of transport, we can now reach every part of the world very quickly. 1. ....... 2..... 3....... 4....... 5...... 6..... 7....... 8...... 9...... 10........ SECTION IV: WRITING
  6. I. Choose the underlined word or phrase that needs correcting. Write A, B, C or D on your answer sheet. (5 points) 1. All Mike's friends felt sorry about him when he had to give up playing football. A B C D 2. We couldn’t find the man who car was blocking our driveway. A B C D 3. A large number of people was killed during the earthquake in China in May 2012. A B C D 4. The dentist gave me a check up and then telling me I needed two fillings. A B C D 5. He warned me to make an eye on my luggage as that place was full of thieves. A B C D II. Rewrite each of the following sentences so that it means the same as the first one, beginning with the given words. (5 pts) 1. I find his handwriting very hard to read.  I have …………………………………………..………………………..……… 2. He got down to writing a letter as soon as he returned from his work.  No sooner ………………………………………………………………….….. 3. Success depends on your hard work.  The harder …………………………………………………………………………………..… 4. “If I were you, I wouldn’t accept his marriage proposal”, said Nam to Lan.  Nam ………………………………………………………………….……… 5. No matter how hard I tried, I could not open the window.  Try …………………………………………………………..……………..…. III: Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given. (5 pts) 1. Why isn’t the government informing people about this problem? informed Why.......................................................................... about this problem by the government? 2. I am interested in why you did it. is The only thing................................................................................................ why you did it. 3. I’m sorry I didn’t look at the hotel room before I booked it. regret I......................................................................................... the hotel room before I booked it. 4. People walked more fifty years ago than they do now. would Fifty years ago,........................................................................................... than they do now. 5. First of all, the director explained the reason for the meeting. began The director.................................................................................. the reason for the meeting. IV. The mass media are important to us. Write an exposition of about 150 - 200 words about the advantages and disadvantages of the mass media. (10 points) Họ và tên..........................................................Số báo danh...................................
  7. PHÒNG GD-ĐT PHÙ CÁT KÌ THI TUYẺN GVDG CẤP HUYỆN NĂM HỌC 2009-2010 MÔN THI: KIẾN THỨC BỘ MÔN ĐÈ CHÍNH THỨC Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút. (Khổng tính thòi gian phát đề) Ngày thi: 18- 10-2009. CHỮKÍ GK1 CHỬ KÍ GK2 ĐIẺM BẢNG SÓ ĐIÈM BANG CHỮ MÃ PHÁCH (Do HĐGK ghi) Part If 3 ms) These are incomplete sentences. Choose one best option A, B, c or D to complete each sentence. 01. With new technology, cameras can take pictures of underwater valleys ______ color A. within B. for C. in D. by 02. To release pain caused by severe bums, prevent infection, and treat for shock, _____ immediate steps. A. taking B. to take C. taken D. take 03. Ann said that she was going away for a few days and _____ me when she got back. A. will call B. was going to call C. would call D. would have call 04. Jim _____ anybody what had happened A. said me not to tell B. said me don’t to tell C. asked me don’t to tell D. asked me not to tell 05. If Michelle hadn’t been wearing a seat belt, she injured. A. would be B. was C. would have been D. can be 06. When people are driving, they _____keep their eyes on the road. A. wouldn’t B. should C. would D. shouldn’t 07. The train _____arrive at 11.30, but it was an hour late. A. supposed to B. has supposed to C. were supposed to D. was supposed to 08. Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries _____ the participants are not careful. A. that B.to C. if D. with 09. A few letters came this morning, but _____ of them were for me. A. none B. all C. either D. neither 10. Anyone _____must apply before next Friday. A. who are interested in the job B. who is interested in the job C. who are interesting in the job D. whose job is interested 11. Do you know the restaurant_______? A. that we have a good meal B. which we have a good meal C. where we can have a good meal D. what we can have a good meal 12. It seems that the Earth is the only planet A. that can support life B. which supports the life C. that can be supported life D. which support life car you borrowed? 13. What’s the name of the man ___ A. who. B. which C. that D. whose 14. Are these the keys___________yesterday? A. you look for C. you are looking for B. you were looking for D. you had looked for 15. Who was Tom with when you saw him? - Nobody. He was _ A. in his own B. by his own C. on his own D. with his own 16. Mary doesn’t buy many clothes. She usually _______ . A. makes by herself B. makes her clothes C. makes her own clothes D. makes clothes her own
  8. 17. Are you _ _ in soccer? A. interesting B. interests C. interested D. interest 18. Some of the people couldn’t come A. that I invited to my party C. that I invited my party to B. to that I invited my party D. which I invited to my party 19. Tell me ______you want, and I’ll try to get it for you. A. that do B. what do C. that if D. what 20. __ _ is no way to tell the exact number of heroin addicts in Laos. A. It B. There C. What D. Each 21. In order for people to work together effectively, they need ______each other’s needs A. to be sensitive to B. is sensitive for C. sensitivity D. sensitive 22. _____ occasions for congratulations. A. Birthdays that usually considered B. Birthdays are usually considered C. Usually considering birthday B. That considered birthdays usually Choose the underlined word or phrase (A,B, C or D) that needs correcting. 23. If I were you, I didn’t buy that expensive car. A B C D 24. I met a lot of interesting people while I was studying at Ho Chi Minh City. A B C D 25. There’s the woman who she sold me the handbag. A B C D 26. Mr Smith is going to buy a new Japanese car, doesn’t he? A B C D 27. The picture was painting by my brother last year. A B C D 28. You have to study hard to keep pace in your classmates ■ A B C D 29. He has made a lot of mistakes in his writing because his carelessness. A B C D 30. He never goes home late before he will finish his work. A B C D YOUR ANSWER. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Part II(2 ms) Read the text and do the tasks that follow. TEAM LEARNING. A. Research has shown that students, especially those in high school and university, can learn as much, or more, from classmates as they do from instructors and textbooks. When students work effectively in a supportive group, experience can be a very powerful way to improve achievement and satisfaction with learning experience. The list below describes important activities that a learning team can work together. Sharing Class Notes. Get together with other students immediately after class to share and compare notes. One of your teammates may have understood something you missed or vice versa. Doing research. Studies show that many students are unfamiliar with doing research, particularly using the library. Forming research teams is an effective way to prepare for class presentation of school social studies such as history, geography, literature, and economics. Working in groups, you could locate and share information to improve your own work.
  9. Reviewing Test Results. After receiving test results, members of a learning team can review their individual tests together to identify their mistakes, and to find out any “ modal” answers that earned good grades. You can use this information to improve your performance on later tests or assignments. B. Not all leaning teams, however, are equally successful. Sometimes teamwork is ineffective because people do not know how to form a good team. The following suggestions are strategies for maximizing the performance of teamwork. Seeking Right Teammates. In forming team, look for classmates who are attentive, active in class, and cooperative while working in groups. Forming Teams with Both Genders. Membership should include both boy and girl students of different personalities. Such diversity will bring different life experience and different styles of thinking and learning strategies to your team. However, choose only friends or teammates with shared interests and lifestyles. Keeping Your Group Size Small. A small group allows for more face-to -face interaction and it is also much easier for you to get together outside of class. In short, teamwork is one of the most valued activities in schools and today’s work world. (Adapted from Select Readings by Linda Lee and Erik Gundersen) a) The following statements can be True (T), False (F) or not mentioned In the text (NI). Check the appropriate boxes. Then correct the false statements. Statements T F NI 1. One of the main purposes of the text is to encourage students to study in groups. 2. According to the text, a team that includes both boy and girl students will probably be more effective than one with only boy / girl students. 3. Team learning helps you save time doing your homework. 4. It’s a good idea to form teams of people who have different interests. 5. A team of ten people is better than a team of five. YOUR ANSWER. 1 ................ 2 .................. 3 ..................... 4 ..................... 5 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. b) Answer the following questions. 1. Why is it essential to share notes right after class? 2. How does a small group help? 3. What makes a team successful? Why are some teams more successful than others? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Part III (2 ms)Fill in the gap with the correct word in the box to complete the passage. CAMPING backpacking; key; outdoors; personal; involves; photography; which; or; wildlife; wilderness ■ Camping is an activity in which people live (1) _________ temporarily. Campers participate in fishing, hunting, swimming, (2) _________ watching, plant study and nature (3) __________ . It
  10. provides physical benefits when it (4) _________ hiking to, from, and around a campsite, and many people believe that camping makes youngsters feel more confident. People throughout the world enjoy hiking to (5) ___________ campsites. This activity is called backpacking because it involves carrying a backpack (6) ____________ contains such essential camping gear as a tent, a sleeping bag, food and clothing. (7) _________ is best suited for those who are in good physical condition as it may require walking several miles. The (8) _____ to any enjoyable camping trip is planning. A decision on where to camp depends on (9) ______ preference, but planning the trip before leaving helps campers avoid regrettable accidents.Many unpleasant situations: bad weather, possible injury, (10) ____________simply a crowded campsite will be less disappointing if campers are prepared. YOUR ANSWER. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part IV (2 ms YFill in the gap with a suitable word to complete the passage. In the summer of 2000, the Vietnam Society of Learning Promotion (1) ________ a campaign for illiteracy eradication. In the campaign, six hundred (2) ____________minority students from the northern highlands were asked to provide reading and writing skills to 1,200 illiterate people living in their (3) ______ villages. In 2001, eight hundred volunteer students took (4) ___________ in the campaign. The number of people receiving reading and writing lessons (5) _______ 4,523. This was an effective way to help people in remote and mountainous area to read and write. The fight (6) ______ illiteracy continued in the summer 2002. This time the Vietnam Society of Learning Promotion decided to (7) ________ its activities to the central mountainous provinces. At present, the number of illiterate people in the remote and mountainous areas is (8) ___________ decreasing. It is hoped that illiteracy will soon be (9) ________ in our country as more and more are taking part in the (10) _______ against it. YOUR ANSWER. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part V (1 m) Do you have any difficulties in teaching istening comprehension? What are they? The first sentence has been answered as an example ■ (0). I have trouble catching the actual sounds of the foreign language. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. The End - Good Luck.
  11. PHÒNG GD-ĐT VĨNH TƯỜNG ĐỀ THI GIÁO VIÊN GIỎI VÒNG HUYỆN MÔN: TIẾNG ANH NĂM HỌC: 2009 - 2010 PART I: LISTENING Complete the form below MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM Example: answer NAME: ..CAMDEN…. FIRST NAME: Peter ADDRESS: Flat 5 53 (1) ……………..Finsbury. POSTCODE: (2)……………………...……. DATE OF BIRTH: (3) …………………….…….. HOME TEL: NONE MOBILE TEL: (4)………………….….…….. PROOF OF RESIDENCE PROVIDED: (5)…..…….……… PART II: BASIC KNOWLEDGE I. Find the word that has its underlined part pronounced differently from the other three in each question. 1. A. moment B. monument C. slogan D. quotient 2. A. feather B. leather C. feature D. sweater 3. A. none B. zone C. phone D. bone 4. A. bother B. worthy C. weather D. wealthy II. Find the word with the stress pattern different from that of the other three words in each question. 5. A. rhetoric B. dynamic C. climatic D. phonetic 6. A. medieval B. malarial C. mediocre D. magnificent 7. A. domestic B. dormitory C. dogmatic D. deliberate 8. A. redundant B. acquainted C. reluctant D. microscopic III. Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence. 9. Do you believe ……...ghosts? A. in B. on C. to D. of 10. The only means of ………to the station is through a dark subway. A. arrival B. admission C. access D. approaching 11. May I borrow your pen, Jane? I seem to have ……..mine at home. A. missed B. forgotten C. lost D. left 12. Which is the odd one out? A. stepfather B. grandpa C. granddad D. grandfather 13. Last year ABBA made a ……..of several million crowns. A. win B. gain C. salary D. profit 14. If you like skiing, there’s a ski …….under an hour’s driving from Madrid. A. resort B. station C. place D. port 15. If you are ‘over the moon’ about something, how do you feel? A. stressed B. very C. very happy D. bored 16. He’s very ……..about his private life. He’s got no secrets. A. trustworthy B. direct C. open D. sincere 17. Everyone is hoping and praying that ……..peace will eventually come to the area. A. durable B. ongoing C. irrevocable D. lasting 18. The ……..are against her winning a fourth consecutive gold medal. A. chances B. odds C. prospects D. bets 19. Even though they don’t agree with what’s happening, they’re too ………to protest. A. apathetic B. subdued C. quiet D. outgoing
  12. 20. Before you begin the exam paper, always read the ……carefully. A. orders B. answers C. rules D. instructions 21. Even though I didn’t want my son to leave home, since he was twenty-one there was nothing I could do to …….it. A. hinder B. resist C. prevent D. cease 22. Which of the following describes a country’s armed force that operates at sea? A. navy B. air force C. army D. civilians 23. Don’t be …….... Say “thank you”. A. nasty B. tactless C. rude D. crude 24. Mary lost one running shoe, but won the race despite this …….. A. feat B. disaster C. handicap D. awkwardness 25. She noticed …….away from the house. A. him to run B. him running C. his running D. him ran 26. We talked to each other all night and resolved some of our problems. It’s good to have a proper ……..sometimes. A. head-to-head B. heart-to-head C. head-to-heart D. heart-to-heart 27. Li has …….; he loves cakes, chocolate, ice-cream – anything which is sweet. A. a sweet mouth B. sweet lips C. a sweet tooth D. a sweet tongue 28. You’d better pack those glasses extremely carefully if you want them to arrive ……... A. intact B. entire C. whole D. complete 29. She’s so …….., you really have to watch what you say or she’ll walk out of the room. A. high and dry B. prim and proper C. rough and ready D. sick and tired 30. You’ve all …….the point. The film itself is not racist – it simply tries to make us question our own often racist attitudes. A. mistaken B. misunderstood C. missed D. lost IV. Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the word. 31. This screw needs ________. (TIGHT) 32. Scientists consider it ________ that gods create volcanic eruptions. (BELIEVE) 33. I’m looking for a ___________gift for an old lady. (SUIT) 34. The accommodation was _______ and comfortable. (SPACE) 35. There’s no easy ________ to this problem. (SOLVE) 36. His hands were wet and _______. (SLIP) 37. We were lucky enough to get tickets for the first _______ of the hit musical. (PERFORM) 38. He said good morning in a___________way. (FRIEND) 39. My teacher ___________me to take this examination. (COURAGE) 40. Recently nutritious food has increased in ________ (POPULAR) V. Read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each space. FEAR OF FLYING But most can overcome their fear (even if they will never leap abroad planes with a (47) ____ heart) by understanding more about how and why an aircraft flies, and learning how to (48) ___ with anxiety. There are courses which (49) ___ plane-loads of nervous passengers all about this. About 95 percent of those taking them are then ‘cured’ (50) ___ the extent that they can board a plane without feeling overwhelming panic. 41. A. between B. in C. among D. including 42. A. severe B. harsh C. austere D. stern 43. A. disgust B. distance C. horror D. hate 44. A. by B. under C. with D. about 45. A. grounds B. resource C. means D. resort 46. A. hazard B. threat C. peril D. menace
  13. 47. A. soft B. gentle C. bright D. light 48. A. co-exist B. cope C. interfere D. satisfy 49. A. teach B. inform C. notify D. instruct 50. A. by B. with C. in D. to VI. Read the passage and the questions or unfinished sentences. Then choose the answer – A, B, C or D – that you think fits best. FIRST TIME IN THE AIR When John Mills was going to fly in an aeroplane for the first time, he was frightened. He did not like the idea of being thousands of feet up in the air. “ ‘I also didn’t like the fact that I wouldn’t be in control,” says John. “I’m a terrible passenger in the car. When somebody else is driving, I tell them what to so. It drives everybody crazy.” However John couldn’t avoid flying any longer. It was the only way he could visit his grandchildren in Canada. “I had made up my mind that I was going to do it, I couldn’t let my son, his wife and their three children travel all the way here to visit me. It would be so expensive for them and I know Tom’s business isn’t doing so well at the moment – it would also be tiring for the children – it’s a nine-hour flight!” he says. To get ready for the flight John did lots of reading about aeroplanes. When he booked his seat, he was told that he would be flying on a Boeing 747, which is better known as a jumbo jet. “I needed to know as much as possible before getting in that plane. I suppose it was a way of making myself feel better. The Boeing 747 is the largest passenger aircraft in the world at the moment. The first one flew on February 9 th 1969 in the USA. It can carry up to 524 passengers and 3.400 pieces of luggage. The fuel for aeroplanes is kept in the wings and the 747’s wings are so big that they can carry enough fuel for an average car to be able to travel 16,000 kilometres a year for 70 years. Isn’t that unbelievable? Even though I had discovered all this very interesting information about the jumbo, when I saw it for the first time, just before I was going to travel to Canada, I still couldn’t believe that something so enormous was going to get up in the air and fly. I was even more impressed when I saw how big it was inside with hundreds of people!” The biggest surprise of all for John was the flight itself. “The take-off itself was much smoother than I expected although I was still quite scared until we were in the air. In the end, I managed to relax, enjoy the food and watch one of the movies and the view from the window was spectacular. I even managed to sleep for a while! Of course,” continues John, “the best reward of all was when I arrived in Canada and saw my son and his family, particularly my beautiful grandchildren. Suddenly, I felt so silly about all the years when I couldn’t even think of getting on a plane. I had let my fear of living stop me from seeing the people I love most in the world. I can visit my son and family as often as I like now!” 51. Why did John Mills fly in an aeroplane? A. He wanted to go on holiday B. He wanted to try it. C. He wanted to see his family D. He had to travel on business. 52. Why did John read about aeroplane? A. He wanted to know how they work. B. It was his hobby. C. It made him feel safer. D. He had found a book on them. 53. What happened when he saw the jumbo jet for the first time? A. He felt much safer. B. He liked the shape of it. C. He couldn’t believe how big it was. D. He thought the wings were very small. 54. What surprised John most about the flight? A. that he liked the food. B. that he was able to sleep C. that there was a movie being shown D. that the view was good 55. How did John feel about his fears in the end? A. He thought he had wasted time being afraid.
  14. B. He realized it was okay to be afraid. C. He hoped his grandchildren weren’t afraid of flying. D. He realized that being afraid kept him safe. VII. Rewrite the following sentences so that the second one has the same meaning as the first one. 56.Julia has been working for this company for six years. ->Julia started ………………………………………………………….………… 57. My dress needs dry-cleaning before the party. ->I must have ……………………………………………………………………. 58. You might fall if you are not careful. ->Be careful ………………………………………………..……….…………… 59. I’d rather you didn’t smoke in the kitchen. ->I’d prefer ………………………………………………………….…………… 60. I didn’t realize who he was until later. ->Only later …………………………………………………………….……….. VIII. Write an essay.(about 150-200 words) Some people say that “Parents are the best teachers for their children.” To what extent do you agree or disagree? ______________THE END___________
  15. SỞ GD & ĐT NGHỆ AN KÌ THI CHỌN GV DỰ THI GIÁO VIÊN PHÒNG GD & ĐT NGHĨA ĐÀN DẠY GIỎI THCS CẤP TỈNH Chu kì: 2009- 2012 (Thời gian: 150 phút không kể thời gian giao đề) Hä tªn,ch÷ kÝ gi¸m kh¶o Sè ph¸ch §iÓm b»ng sè: …………… 1…………………………… §iÓm b»ng ch÷: …………. 2………………………….. ………………………….. Section A: Listening You will listen to the dialogue between Gavin and Diane. Listen then fill in the missing information or choose the suitable answers. You will listen twice. The amount of time for listening is 20 minutes. * Questions 1-2: Circle the correct letter A-C Example. Gavin moved into his apartment……………….. A two days ago. BT two weeks ago. C two months ago. 1. Gavin's apartment is located on the …………….. A ground floor B second floor C third floor 2. The monthly rent for Gavin' s apartment is ……………. A $ 615 B $ 650 C $ 655 * Questions 3-6 Complete the table below. Write no more than three words for each answer. Item value (3)……………………………………… $450 (4)…………………………………........ $1,150 Watches $2,000 CDs and (5) ………………………........ $400 Total annual cost of insurance (6) $………………………………… *Questions 7-10: Complete the form below. Write no more than three words for each answer. insurance application form Name: Mr. Gavin (7) ………………………………………………. Address: (8) ………………………………………. Biggins Street (9) ………………………………………………………….. Date of birth: (10) ………………………………………………………… Telephone: Home: (11) ………………………………………………… Nationality: (12) ………………………………………………………..
  16. SỞ GD & ĐT NGHỆ AN KÌ THI CHỌN GV DỰ THI GIÁO VIÊN PHÒNG GD & ĐT NGHĨA ĐÀN DẠY GIỎI THCS CẤP TỈNH Chu kì: 2009- 2012 (Thời gian: 150 phút không kể thời gian giao đề) Hä tªn,ch÷ kÝ gi¸m kh¶o Sè ph¸ch §iÓm b»ng sè: …………… 1…………………………… §iÓm b»ng ch÷: …………. 2………………………….. ………………………….. Section B: pronunciation and speaking 1. Choose the words which have the underlined part pronounced differently from the others. Circle the letter A, B, C or D. 1 A drunkard B postcard C remark D discard 2 A kites B catches C oranges D buzzes 3 A student B stupid C study D studio 4 A wealth B cloth C with D marathon 5 A brilliant B strip C stripe D tip 2. Circle the words which have different stress pattern from the others. 1 A retail B pursue C direct D consult 2 A fancy B portrait C endless D require 3 A agency B memory C encounter D influence 4 A advancement B chemical C conception D deposit 5 A similar B Japanese C superpose D teenager Section c: Vocabulary and grammar 1. The words in capitals below each of the following sentences can be used to form a word that fits suitably in the blank space. Fill each blank in this way. 1. The country is very ……………………….. so travelling by road is very difficult. mountain 2. The teacher stressed the need for the regular …………………….. attend 3. Sarah …………………….opened the door of the cellar, wondering what she might Caution find. 4. There were over fifty …………………….. in the orchestra. music 5. Jim always does what he says; he's a very ………………….. person rely 6. Alexander knows which mushrooms are …………………, so ask him before you pick poison them. 7. The company is very efficient and gives a ……………………. service. speed 8. The …………………………… of the fire was very welcome after our long walk. warm 9. They have agreed to ………………….. the road because of the amount of heavy traffic wide now using it. 10. John's ………………………… improved at his new school. behave 2. One of the four underlined parts in each sentence below is not correct. Find out and correct it. 1. Dreams are commonly made up of either visual and verbal image A B C D …………………………………………………………………………………………… 2. In the early day of their development, cars used a great numbers of fuel A B C D …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3. Many bridges in New England were covered with wooden roofs to protect it from snow. A B C D ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
  17. 4. Salt was once too scarce and precious that it was used as money A B C D ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 5. She received many lovely gifts for her birthday, probably more than it was good for her. A B C D ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Fill in the gaps with suitable form of verbs in the brackets. a. I (wait) ………………………………. for you for the past hour! What (do) ……… you …………………………..… all this time? b. Why didn't you phone me? If I (know) …………………………… you were ill, I (come) ……………………………………… to see you. c. Hello, Pat. I (phone)……………………………..to ask if you (do) …………………… anything this Saturday. d. Hurry up! I (think) …………………………………..you (be) ……………… ready by now. e. When we (arrive) ………………………………. at the scene he (take) ………………… ……… to the hospital. Section D: Reading comprehension 1. Read the following passage and choose the best answer among A, B, C or D Like all growing plants, the potato is a product of the seamless cooperation of soil, temperature and water. However, while potatoes thrive on the moisture, so does the potato's worst affliction, late blight. After attacking and blackening the leaves, phytophthora infestans spores move down the stem, eventually reaching the rotting the tubers in the ground. Even those potatoes harvested and stored may carry the fungus and be wiped out. The search for the cause of the blight that ruined the Irish plants in the 1840's and the Polish plants in 1980 preoccupied researchers for years. M. J. Berkeley, a 19th -century naturalist, first recognized that the fungus appearing on the potato plants in 1845 in Ireland and elsewhere was not the result of the blight but the cause. Working in Germany, another scientist, Henrich Anton de Bary, proved Berkeley's theory by identifying the fungus as an outgrowth on the host. It took another hundred years, however, before the mystery of the origin of the fungus was solved, and the pathogen itself was traced to central Mexico. Late blight has traditionally been held in check with costly chemical fungicides. Unfortunately, for many farmers, the chemical are too expensive, if available at all. Therefore today, identifying or creating blight - resistant potato species is the major goal of agricultural researchers interested in late blight. 1. Where does late blight begin? A in the stem of the potato plants B on the leaves of the potato plants C in potatoes in the ground D in potatoes that are being stored 2. M. J. Berkeley is known for ……….. A discovering the cause of late blight. B finding a treatment for late blight. C understanding that the fungus was a result of late blight. D recognizing that the blight in Ireland was the same as the blight in Germany. 3. Where did the fungus come from originally? A Ireland B Poland C Germany D Mexico 4. The work of Heinrich Anton de Bary supported the theory that … A blight was a disease caused by potatoes. B late blight caused a fungus. C the cause of late blight was a fungus. D German potato blight and Irish potato blight had different causes 5. According to the passage, current researcher is primarily aimed at A finding types of potatoes not so affected by late blight B developing more effective chemical fungicides to fight late blight C developing more expensive chemical fungicides to fight late blight D discovering the cause of phytophthora infestans
  18. 2. Fill in each blank with one suitable word In the US, industries that generate hazardous wastes want to dispose of them as cheaply as possible. Private companies hired to dispose of this waste compete with each other to offer the lowest prices to these industries. The government does not get involved, beyond setting minimum safety standards. Unfortunately, the (1) ……………………………..of companies that generate and dispose of waste is to save money, (2)………………………………… to guarantee safety. These companies usually send waste to landfills because this is cheaper than recycling or incineration. Disposal firms who want to increase their business must cut corners to lower costs and (3)……………………………customers. At the same time, relatively (4)………… ……………………. is not done to reduce the volume of waste generated, because disposal costs (5) …………………………… relatively modest. Things are different in Denmark. There the government (6) ……………………… in the waste disposal process beginning (7) ………………………… the front end. Together with industry, the government formed a corporation to establish and (8) …………………… waste disposal facilities. This company, called kommunichem, has a (9) …………………… on waste disposal. Generators of hazardous waste (10) ………………………… ship their waste to one of kommunichem's disposal facilities. In this system, there is no price competition in the waste disposal business. 3. Below is an incomplete text, choose the sentences numbered from 1-6 to fill suitably in 5 gaps. One is unnecessary. Fill your choice into the table.For example 0-H Good reason for choosing atlas English language college On an English course with Atlas English Language College, you improve your language skills and make friends from all over the world! Because Atlas courses start every Monday of the year, there’s bound to be one that fits in with your academic, personal or professional commitments. ……………A…………. Courses match a range of individual requirements, from intensive examination preparation to short summer programmes. Most courses commence at 9 am and run till 3 pm. If you take an intensive full – time course, we will help you to select the special interest options which best suit your goal. From then on, our teacher will discuss your work with you on a weekly basis. ……………B…………… . The popularity and success of any language school depend greatly on the quality of the teachers and the method they employ. …………C………... We employ only experienced professionals with a proven record of success in the classroom. Atlas’s teaching methodology is constantly revised as more is discoved about the process of learning a new language. Our teachers have accessed to an extensive range of materials, including the very latest in language teaching technology. On your first day of school, you will take a test which enables our Director of study to place you at the appropriate study level. ……………D…………….. Every Atlas course fee includes accommodation in carefully selected homestay families. Breakfast and dinner each day are also included, so you need have no concerns about having to look for somewhere to live once you get to the school. On completion of any intensive, Examination or summer course, you will receive the Atlas Course Certificate of Attendance. On completion of a four-week course or longer you will also receive the Atlas Academic Record that reflects your ability in every aspect of the language from conversation to writing. ………………E…………………. Answer Order of Order of gaps Sentences sentences All Atlas teachers have specialist qualifications in the teaching of 1 English to foreign students and are all native speakers This school has lots of books available in the library and here the ways 2 of encouraging students attract them much.
  19. Your progress will be continuously assessed and, once you have 3 achieved specific linguistic goals, you will move up to a higher level of study Whatever your level of English ability, from beginner to advanced, you 4 can choose to study for any length of time, from two weeks to a full year Such a record will allow you to present your linguistic credentials to 5 academic institutions or potential employers around the world This means that you should develop the language skills you need – and 6 that you are helped to study at your own pace Section e: Writing 1. Finish each of the incomplete sentences below in such a way that it has the same meaning as the sentence above it. a. It is unnecessary to change your dress. You need …………………………………………………………………………………… b. You'll be better off staying the night. It will …………………………………………………………………………………… c. Bill had had the wireless repaired. Bill had arranged…………………………………………………………………………… d. I could do with a sleep. A sleep …………………………………………………………………………………….. e. She awoke with a feeling of terror. When she …………………………………………………………………………………… 2. For each of the sentences below, write a new sentence as similar as possible in meaning to the original sentences, but using the word given. This word must not be altered in any way. a. Martin hasn't mentioned the party to me at all. (word) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. b. Apparently, Sheila wasn't listening to me. (appear) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. c. Margaret was offered a place on the course but couldn't accept because she was ill. (turn) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. d. " I wouldn't trust Frank with your money if I were you, Carl”, I said. (advised) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. e. I don't know Leslie's reason for his resigning. (idea) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3. Write an essay about 200 - 250 words to show your opinion about the idea that "In our district, to teach students to learn English and use it as a mean of everyday communication is not easy" ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………
  20. Së GD & §T NghÖ An K× thi chän GV dù thi Gi¸o Viªn d¹y giái Phßng GD & §T NghÜa §µn THCS cÊp tØnh Chu k×: 2009- 2012 Hä vµ tªn GV: ……………………………… Tr-êng: ………………………………… Thêi gian: 150 phót (Kh«ng kÓ thêi gian giao ®Ò) SBD Hä tªn,ch÷ kÝ cña ng-êi coi thi Sè ph¸ch 1…………………………………… ………………………. 2………………………………….. Good reason for choosing atlas English language college On an English course with Atlas English Language College, you improve your language skills and make friends from all over the world! Because Atlas courses start every Monday of the year, there’s bound to be one that fits in with your academic, personal or professional commitments. Whatever your level of English ability, from beginner to advanced, you can choose to study for any length of time, from two weeks to a full year. Courses match a range of individual requirements, from intensive examination preparation to short summer programmes. Most courses commence at 9 am and run till 3 pm. If you take an intensive full – time course, we will help you to select the special interest options which best suit your goal. From then on, our teacher will discuss your work with you on a weekly basis. This means that you should develop the language skills you need – and that you are helped to study at your own pace. The popularity and success of any language school depend greatly on the quality of the teachers and the method they employ. All Atlas teachers have specialist qualifications in the teaching of English to foreign students and are all native speakers. We employ only experienced professionals with a proven record of success in the classroom. Atlas’s teaching methodology is constantly revised as more is discoved about the process of learning a new language. Our teachers have accessed to an extensive range of materials, including the very latest in language teaching technology. On your first day of school, you will take a test which enables our Director of study to place you at the appropriate study level. Your progress will be continuously assessed and, once you have achieved specific linguistic goals, you will move up to a higher level of study. Every Atlas course fee includes accommodation in carefully selected homestay families. Breakfast and dinner each day are also included, so you need have no concerns about having to look for somewhere to live once you get to the school. On completion of any intensive, Examination or summer course, you will receive the Atlas Course Certificate of Attendance. On completion of a four-week course or longer you will also receive the Atlas Academic Record that reflects your ability in every aspect of the language from conversation to writing. Such a record will allow you to present your linguistic credentials to academic institutions or potential employers around the world.
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