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Đề thi chọn HSG lớp 12 THPT môn tiếng Anh năm 2015-2016 - Sở GD&ĐT Thái Nguyên

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English Examinationfor selecting good students, Grade 12,<br /> <br /> lil<br /> <br /> round 2015 -2A16<br /> <br /> sdcrtroDucvApAor4.orutrrNcrrrEN<br /> KY<br /> <br /> rm<br /> <br /> clro. N Hec srNE GrOr LOp rz cAp<br /> NAM Eqc 20ts<br /> <br /> -2016<br /> <br /> MON TIII: TffiNG ANH l,6p tZ<br /> Ngiy thi: 13 ll0l 2015<br /> Thdi gian ldm bdi: 180 phtu (Kh6ng kC thdt gian giao di)<br /> <br /> riNu<br /> <br /> DE CHINH THUC<br /> <br /> (Thi sinh lim biri trgc ti6p viro biri thi theo hutSng df,n duoi m6i caul<br /> Gi6m khio sO 1<br /> (ho t0n. cht kv)<br /> <br /> Di6m<br /> <br /> BIng s6<br /> <br /> Gi6m khdo s6 2<br /> fto t0n. cht kf)<br /> <br /> 56 ph6ch<br /> (do chtr tich HQi d6ng thi)<br /> <br /> BIne cht<br /> <br /> Dd thi ndy g6m<br /> <br /> I<br /> <br /> trang<br /> <br /> duo. c<br /> <br /> ddnh sd til<br /> <br /> I - 8. Thi sinh kidm tra sd trang trildc khi ldm bdi.<br /> <br /> SECTION A: LISTENING<br /> Part 1. Questions 1-10. Complete the fonn below.<br /> Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS for each answer.<br /> HOST FAMILY APPLICANT<br /> Answer<br /> Jenny Chan<br /> <br /> Example<br /> Name:<br /> <br /> Present address: Sea View Guest House, (1)<br /> <br /> Daytime phone number: 2237676<br /> (1.tr8 Best time to contact is (2).<br /> Age: 19<br /> Intended length ofstay: (3)....<br /> <br /> .......)<br /> <br /> Occupation while irr UK: shrdent<br /> General level of English: (4)....<br /> Pret-erred L:cation: in the<br /> <br /> (5)....<br /> <br /> Special diet: (6).<br /> Other requirements: own facilities<br /> <br /> own television<br /> <br /> (7) ...<br /> to be (8).<br /> Maxirnum price: ((9)<br /> <br /> f<br /> <br /> .....<br /> <br /> a week<br /> <br /> Prefened starting time: (10)<br /> <br /> Part?. Questions 11- 13. Complete the sentences below.<br /> Write NO MORE THAII TWO WORDS for each answer.<br /> 11. The next meeting of the soccer club will be in the<br /> 13.<br /> <br /> Atthe final dinner, players receive<br /> <br /> ...;....<br /> <br /> Questions 14-17. Complete the table below.<br /> <br /> ... in King's Park on 2 Jdy.<br /> <br /> ..:.....<br /> <br /> English Examinationfor selecting good students, Grad,e t 2, t't round 2015 -2i l d<br /> <br /> Write NO MORE THAhI TIIREtr WORDS AND/OR IIUMBERS for each answer.<br /> Competition<br /> Number of Teams<br /> Games Begin<br /> Training Session<br /> (in King's Park)<br /> Junior<br /> <br /> t4.<br /> <br /> 8.3Oam<br /> <br /> 15.<br /> <br /> Senior<br /> <br /> 16.<br /> <br /> 2.00pm<br /> <br /> T7,<br /> <br /> SECTION B: GRAMMAR & VOCABI]LARY<br /> I. Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences by circling A, B, C or D.<br /> <br /> N<br /> <br /> An employer may look with _<br /> or a young college $aduate.<br /> A. suspect<br /> B. suspicion<br /> c. suspicious D. suspiciously<br /> 19. Expressing one's<br /> is one skill that the school can really teach.<br /> A. thinking<br /> B. thoughts<br /> C.thoughtfulness D.thoughtlessness<br /> 20. As a model, you have to _<br /> the art of walking in high heels.<br /> A. master<br /> B. grasp<br /> C. study<br /> D. gain<br /> 21. Some people feel that television should give less<br /> to sports.<br /> A. programmes<br /> B. coverage<br /> C. concern<br /> D. involvement<br /> 22.If you can't fmd what you want in this chapter, look it up in the ...<br /> A. reference<br /> B. index<br /> C. catalogue<br /> D. directory<br /> 23. People believe there is a .. . . .. . . ... between the two crimes.<br /> A. joint<br /> B. chain<br /> C. link<br /> D. connector<br /> 24.Youarenotallowedto drive ..... the influence ..... alcohol.<br /> A. under/of<br /> B. inlof<br /> C. under/by<br /> D. by/in<br /> 25. she was overwhelmed withhonor .. recognition ........... her bravery.<br /> A. with/of<br /> B. or/in<br /> C. bylabout<br /> D. in/of<br /> 26. .......... exception ...<br /> .... the little baby, everybody in my family has to jog every moming.<br /> A. With/to<br /> B. With/of<br /> C. hVof<br /> D. B/on<br /> 27.Tt,e interviewees are supposed to give their answers to the job offers<br /> A. on the spot<br /> B. all in all<br /> C. beyond the joke D. with in reach<br /> 18.<br /> <br /> 18.<br /> <br /> 19.<br /> <br /> 20.<br /> <br /> 2t.<br /> <br /> 22.<br /> <br /> 24.<br /> <br /> 25.<br /> <br /> 26.<br /> <br /> 27.<br /> <br /> B/ Choose the correct answer A, B, C or D to eomplete the passage.<br /> Around 200 million people are employed in tourism worldwide, making it the largest industry in<br /> the modern global economy. It is estimated that three-quarters of a billion people (28)... .... on hoticlay<br /> each year, and industry planners expect this figure to double by 2020. Some of the biggest beneficiaries<br /> are less developed countries, Q9)...... it is often their main source of income.<br /> (30)....., along with the economic benefits, this mass movement of people has resulted in threats<br /> (31)...... the environment. People often forget the damage caused by carbon dioxide emissions from<br /> aircraft, which (32)..... directly to global warming. Deforestation has cleared land in order to build<br /> hotels, airports and roads, and this has destroyed wildlife. In some areas, water shortages are now<br /> commori (33). .... .. of the need to fill swimming pools and water golf courses for tourists. By pushing<br /> up,prices for goods and services, tourism can also be (3a)..... to the people who live in tourist<br /> destinations.<br /> In response to these concerns, some travel operators now offer environment-friendly holidays.<br /> Many of these aim to reduce the negative (35)....... of tourism by promoting only hotels that have<br /> invested equipment to recycle waste and use energy and water efficiently. Increasingly, tourists are also<br /> being remindedto showrespect (36)...... the customs of the people (37).... Countries they are going to<br /> <br /> English Examinationfor selecting good students, Grade 12, l"t round 2015 -2016<br /> <br /> visit, and to support<br /> main income.<br /> 28. A. go<br /> 29. A. where<br /> 30. A. Therefore<br /> 31. A. at<br /> 32. A. contribute<br /> 33. A. thanks<br /> 34. A. harmful<br /> 35. A. reasons<br /> A. with<br /> 37. A. whose<br /> 36.<br /> <br /> local business, such as restaurants and shops, which depend on tourism for their<br /> B. travel<br /> B. whom<br /> B. Although<br /> B. on<br /> B. result<br /> B. because<br /> B. destructive<br /> B. effects<br /> B. to<br /> B. their<br /> <br /> C. move<br /> C. which<br /> C. However<br /> C. for<br /> <br /> D.leave<br /> D. when<br /> D. Furthermore<br /> D. to<br /> D. act<br /> D. since<br /> D. dangerous<br /> D. achievements<br /> D. at<br /> D. whom<br /> <br /> C. cause<br /> C. due<br /> C. offensive<br /> C. objectives<br /> C. for<br /> C. that<br /> <br /> 28.<br /> <br /> 29.<br /> <br /> 30.<br /> <br /> 31.<br /> <br /> 32.<br /> <br /> JJ.<br /> <br /> 34.<br /> <br /> 35.<br /> <br /> 36.<br /> <br /> 37.<br /> <br /> II. Find 6 mistakes in the following<br /> <br /> passage and then correct them. There is an example for you.<br /> Nowadays students are more dynamic and sensible for cornparison with students in the past in<br /> <br /> termsoftheirquickadaptationtonewconditionsu''d.i,"@theycanquicklyadapt<br /> <br /> to new conditions and circumstances). Students used to be academic. For them there was a great distant<br /> between lecture hal1s and daily life; between theory and practice. Today students can take part in more<br /> different fields such as science, manual work, business, arts, etc. They not only specialize-intheir jobs<br /> but also earn their living from all sort ofjobs. Th"y are able to find out the society's needs in order to<br /> direct their interest to the career.<br /> They place more emphasis on work efficiency. Before starting anything, they often ask themselves<br /> the question "What good will it do?" or "What are the personal profits?" That's the motive stimulation<br /> the dynamism and enthusiasm, however with that reason, young people can hardly avoid pragmatism.<br /> Example: for comparison with -+ in comparison with<br /> 38<br /> <br /> 39<br /> <br /> 40.<br /> <br /> J<br /> <br /> 41<br /> <br /> 42.<br /> 43<br /> <br /> SECTION C: READING<br /> I. FiU in each numbered blankwith ONE appropriate word.<br /> Studying English Abroad<br /> Just more English is being taught in nrimary schools worldwide, so there arc a growing<br /> (44). . .. . .. of language schools in English-speaking countries that are offering courses for young iearners.<br /> ln Britain, most young learners' courses are (45)........ to 1l-year-olds and upwards, with a few that<br /> cater (46)....... children as young as seven. But what is a sensible age to (47)...... sending children<br /> abroad to study? After all, even adult learners find the experience of travellingto astrange county and<br /> encountering people who speak abarcLy comprehensive language challenging.<br /> A great deal depends on how a child has been (48)...:.up.For example, if they have been<br /> exposed (49)....... new things and have akeady started to leam independently, then they are likely to<br /> e4ioy the experience. Further more, childqen who have previously (50)....... abroad with their parlnts<br /> will be well-prepared to undertake a study trip in an English-speaking country on their (51i.".... .<br /> <br /> English Examinationfor selecting good students, Grade<br /> r 2, Is round 2015 -2at 6<br /> <br /> Getting<br /> <br /> (52)""""<br /> <br /> stage in the process<br /> <br /> to the idea that other countries have different customs and<br /> cultures is an important<br /> of (53). .... a foreign language.<br /> <br /> 44.<br /> <br /> 45.<br /> <br /> 46.<br /> <br /> 47.<br /> <br /> 48.<br /> <br /> 49.<br /> <br /> 50.<br /> <br /> 51.<br /> <br /> 52.<br /> <br /> 53.<br /> <br /> rr. Read the following passage and then do the exercise below.<br /> A' If you edoy water sports, Hawaii is the place for yo_u. You can go<br /> swimming all year round<br /> in the wann water' You can go sport fishing from the<br /> shore oi from- a boat. iiyou like boats, you can go<br /> sailing, canoeing, or windsurfing. or,<br /> Ylu can also try some other water sports that are especially<br /> popular in<br /> <br /> Hawaii: surfing, snorkeling and scuba diving.<br /> Surfing is a sport which started in Hawaii man' years<br /> ago. The Hawaiians called it .,he,e nalu,,,<br /> which means "to slide on a wave". If you want to try<br /> rrrnng, you ,r..J, firrt of all, to be a good<br /> swimmer' You also have to have an exceilent sense of<br /> balance. You must swim out from the beach with<br /> yorlr surfboard under your arm. when you get<br /> to where the waves begin to break, you wait for a calm<br /> moment' Then you try to stand up on the board. The<br /> wave will begin t6 rise *a., you. you must try to<br /> steer the board with your feet st you stay on top<br /> of the y_rye. The important thing is to keep your<br /> balance and not to fall down. If you can manage<br /> this, you will have an exciting ride all the way into the<br /> shore.<br /> Scuba diving and snorkeling are<br /> ways to get chose look at the beauty lying below the<br /> suface of the ocean' The waters off th. f,yo<br /> Hawaiian rsr#is are clean, clear, and warm. They contain<br /> hundreds of kinds of colourfulfish. The undersea<br /> world is made even more colourful by the coral reefs<br /> of rbd, gold, white, and light purple. Among these reefs<br /> there may be large fish or sea turtles.<br /> Scuba diving allows you to ste the most interesting<br /> undersea sights. .,scuba,, means ,.Selfcontained underwater.Breathing Appara!s'], that is,<br /> equipment for breathing and swimming around far<br /> under water' In Hawaii, you can take special .ourr.,<br /> to learn how to scuba jive. After the courses, you<br /> can get a certificate that will allow you to dive alone.<br /> Since it can be a*g..or., proper instruction and<br /> great care are always necessary when you are<br /> scuba diving.<br /> If you are less adventurous, you mjsht tv snorkefng instead of scuba<br /> diving. Less equipment is<br /> needed, just a face mask, a breathing<br /> (snorkel) and'flippers for your feet. It only takes<br /> a few<br /> tlbe<br /> minutes to learn how to snorkel. Although<br /> you .u*oidiu. deep into the water, you can swim<br /> with<br /> your<br /> face below the surface Breathing through ihe tube, you<br /> noat on the surface, rnd k..p yourself moving<br /> with your flippers. Even from the surfaci like this, ihere<br /> will be plenty of colour and beauty to see.<br /> 54. This passage is about<br /> A. water sports around the world<br /> B. surfing<br /> B. tourist activities in Hawaii<br /> D. water sports in Hawaii<br /> 55. Youcan infer from this passage that<br /> A. water sports are all expensive.<br /> B: you need to take a course for all water sports.<br /> C. everyone can find away to enjoy sports in the water.<br /> D. swimming in Hawaii can be dangeious.<br /> _<br /> 56. You can go deep under water when you are... . . ..<br /> B. scuba diving C. swimming<br /> _A. snorkeling<br /> D. surfing<br /> 57. According to the passage, surfing<br /> B. was invented by the native Hawaiians<br /> {. began as a sport in1943<br /> expensive equipment D. is very dangerous<br /> _^C,lequires<br /> 58:.If you want to try surfing, you .<br /> A. need to be a good swimmer<br /> ' B. should not go out'into deep water<br /> C. need to wait for a windy day<br /> D. should go to Australia<br /> <br /> EnglishExaminationforselectinggoodstudents,Grade 12, li round2|l5 -2016<br /> <br /> ,<br /> <br /> 59. The water aroUnd the Hawaiian Islands is<br /> <br /> A. often quite cold<br /> C. usually very dark<br /> 60. The word 'lhis" refers to ....<br /> A. standing on the board<br /> <br /> .........<br /> <br /> B. full of colourful things to see<br /> D. full of dangerous fish<br /> <br /> B. keeping balanced and not falling down<br /> C. an exciting<br /> D. staying on top of the wave<br /> 61. According to the passage, scuba diving<br /> A. is an ancient Hawaiian water sport<br /> B. requires special equipment and training<br /> C. is the only way to see the fish underwater<br /> D. requires good balance<br /> 62.The word "proper" is closest meaning to ....<br /> A.<br /> B.<br /> C.<br /> D. short and clear<br /> <br /> ride<br /> <br /> .<br /> <br /> enthusiastic<br /> <br /> informative<br /> <br /> appropriate<br /> <br /> A. requires more expensive equipment than scuba diving<br /> B. can be dangerous<br /> C. is an easy way to see the underwater life<br /> D. was invented in ancient times<br /> 54.<br /> <br /> 55.<br /> <br /> 56.<br /> <br /> 57.<br /> <br /> 58.<br /> <br /> 59.<br /> <br /> 60.<br /> <br /> 61.<br /> <br /> 62.<br /> <br /> 63.<br /> <br /> B. For centuries, sky watchers have reported seeing mysterious flashes of light on the surface of<br /> the moon. Modern ashonomers have observed the same phenomenon, but no one has been able to<br /> satisfactorily explain how or why the Moon sporadically sparks. However, researchers now believe they<br /> have found the cause.<br /> Researchers have examined the chemical content of Moon rocks retrieved by astronauts during<br /> the Apollo missions and have found that they contain volatile gases such as helium, hydrogen and argon.<br /> The researchers suggest that stray electrons, freed when the rock cracks, may ignite these gases. Indeed,<br /> lunar rock samples, when fractured in the lab, throw off sparks.<br /> What causes these rocks to crack on the lunar surface? The flashes are most often seen at the<br /> borders between sunlight and shade on the Moon, where the surface is being either intensely heated or<br /> cooled. A sudden change in temperatures may cause thermal cracking. Another possibility is that<br /> meteors may strike the rocks and cause them to crack. Finally, lunar rocks may be fractured by seismic<br /> events - in other words, by tiny moonquakes.<br /> 64. According to the passage, how long have people been aware of the mysterious lights on the Moon?<br /> A. For the last ten years.<br /> B. Since the Apollo moon missions.<br /> C. For hundreds of years.<br /> D. For thousands of years.<br /> 65. The word "sporadically" is closest meaning to .........<br /> A. reputedly B. occasionally C. mysteriously D. constantly<br /> 66. The word "retrieved" is closest meaning to .........<br /> A. invented<br /> B. brought back<br /> C. recovered<br /> D. renewed<br /> 67.The word 'othey" refers to .........<br /> A. helium, hydrogen and argon<br /> B. researchers<br /> C. Apollo spacecrafts<br /> D. lunar rocks<br /> 68. The word "stray" is closest meaning to .... .....<br /> A.loose<br /> B. speeding<br /> C. fiery<br /> D. spinning<br /> 69, The word "fractured" is closest meaning to ..... ....<br /> A. produced B. degraded<br /> D. analyzed<br /> C. broken<br /> 70. According to the passage, the theory that Moon rocks give off sparks when they crack is supported<br /> by ..............<br /> A. a telescopic study of the Moon<br /> B. experiments conducted by astronauts<br /> <br />
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