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  1. SỞ GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI CHUYÊN ĐỀ LẦN 1 NĂM HỌC 2020-2021 TRƯỜNG THPT VĨNH YÊN MÔN: TIẾNG ANH 11 Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; Mã đề thi 101 (Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu) Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số BD: ............................. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others of the same group 1. A. bury B. nut C. young D. but 2. A. machine B. sure C. sugar D. soup Mark A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose main stress differs from the rest 3. A. appropriate B. majority C. electrician D. traditional 4. A. vanish B. decay C. attack D. depend Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word of phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 5. The government found it very difficult to cope with the rising unemployment. A. increase B. try C. reduce D. manage 6. Gary didn’t always see eye to eye with his father, this is where the honesty shows through. A. look up to B. be truthful with C. agree with D. take after Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 7. Don’t confess your love to your friends unless you know they feel the same way. A.conceal B. admit C. declare D. expose 8. Jane found herself in conflict with her parents over her future career. A. disagreement B. harmony C.controversy D. fight Mark the letter A,B,C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underline part that needs correction in each of the following questions 9. It is his dishonesty what I dislike the most A. what B. It is C. dislike D. the most 10. They are accustomed to share every sorrow and mirth with each other. A. sorrow and mirth B. accustomed C. to share D. each other Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 11.You _____________drink if you're going to drive afterwards. A. have to B. mustn't C. should D. ought to 12. It was Mr. Harding ___________ the bill to yesterday. A. who sent my secretary B. to whom my secretary sent C. that my secretary sent D. my secretary sent 13. We ____ to the hospital to visit Mike when he ____ to say that he was fine. A. were driving – called B. drove - called C.were driving - was calling D. drove - was calling 14. I…………. to drink coffee now. A. has wanted B. am wanting C. wanted D. want 15. The teacher demanded that the classroom__________immediately. A.should be cleaned B. must clean C. need clean D. can clean 16. “I’m afraid there is no real friendship between boys and girls - “..........................., Mommy. We are just with friends.” A. Don’t worry. B. Of course not C. Don’t mention it D. I hope so. Read the following passage on social issues in American schools, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks
  2. Statesmen define a family as a group of individuals having in common dwelling and related by flood, adoption, or marriage, __(17)_____ includes common _law relationships. Most people are born into one of these groups and__(18)____live their lives as a family in such a group. Although the definition of a family may not change, __(19)_____relationship of people to each other with in the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are__(20)_____ paying jobs and as a result, the role of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expected to__(21)_____for pay for 40 years of their lives, and, in today marriages in which both spouse have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. 17. A. what B. that C. which D. it 18.A. will B. would C. need D. must 19.A. the B. a C. any D. some 20.A.taking B. making C. keeping D. performing 21.A. work B. live C. hope D. ask Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer Different relationships affect teenagers in various ways. Friends impact teenagers almost the same amount as their parents. Teenagers go to their friends for help or to ask questions that they could not ask their parents about. Most of the time their friend give them good advice. In most cases, they tell their friends how to dress and act when being around certain people. Love relationships just make it even harder for a teenager to get a good education. Some start to fail in school because they are hanging out with their boyfriend or girlfriend instead of doing their work. Parents have a big influence on teenagers because their children look up to them and the majority of them grow up to act and do things just like their parents did with them. Children who have experienced a family break-up may have lower achievements then children brought up in an intact family. As previously stated, teenagers are affected by many relationships which involve their friends, family, and their love relationships. The relationships affect them so much that most teenagers change their ideas about how they should live their lives in a different way and to change their future goals. They should be influenced to help themselves or to help others. (22). Teenagers go to their friends in order to………… A. impact them in various ways and the same amount. B. ask how to dress when being around certain people. C. have different relationships that their parents can’t offer. D. ask for help or advice that their parents can’t give them. (23). Love relationships may make a teenager harder to get a good education because………. A. their boyfriend or girlfriend may make them fail in school B. they tell their boyfriend or girlfriend how to dress to how to act C. they hang out with their boyfriend or girlfriend instead of studying D. they try to do their work instead of hanging out with their boyfriend or girlfriend. (24). All of the following statements about parents’ influence on teenagers are true EXCEPT that…. A. achievements of teenagers from a family break-up are always slow. B. parents have a great impact on teenagers. C. most teenagers grow up to act and do things just like their parents. D. a family break-up may have a negative effect on teenagers. (25). Relationships can…………… A. influence teenagers in many aspects of their lives. B. help teenagers to decide the future goals in love relationships. C. help others to form relationships. D. help teenagers to follow their future goals with their friends and family. (26) .The main idea of the passage is………………… A. the effects of love relationships on teenagers’ study. B. the impact of relationships on teenagers’ lives. C. the role of parents in their children’s lives. D. the impact of relationships on adults and teenagers.
  3. Which notice (A-H) says this (27-31)? For questions 27-31, mark the correct letter A-H on your answer sheet. A.Star Cinema B.This way to staff car C.Booked online by credit D.Special offers! New staff member park card? Teenagers _ ask wanted to work No exit for cinema Collect tickets from staff about evenings customers machine near entrance discounts on tickets E. Children's film F. Cash only G. Snack bar H.Children under No tickets left for 11 when paying for sweets Food available from 3 12 may only see a.m. show -afternoon p.m. weekends and 5 p.m. this film with an show only weekdays adult. 27. Teenagers can go in here alone. 28. Get your tickets here if you’ve already paid to see the film. 29. This place doesn’t open in the mornings. 30. You can only use this door if you work here. 31. You can’t use a credit card here. 27_______ 28 _________ 29_________ 30___________ 31_________ * Listening Part 1: You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1-5, put a tick (/) under the right answer. 1. Which T-shirt does the woman buy? 2. When is the girl’s swimming lesson next week?
  4. 3. Which bus stop does the woman need? 4. Which is the man’s raincoat? 5. Which is the office manager? Part 2: Listen to Jessica talking to Frank about a dance class. Tick (/) A, B or c. You will hear the conversation twice. 6. The class takes A. half an hour. B. three quarters of an hour. C. an hour. 7. What doesn’t Frank need to take? A trainers B. sports clothes C. drink 8. The teacher needs to know A. if people are beginners. B how fit people are. C. people’s age. 9 .The normal price of classes is A £5. B £6 C. £8.
  5. 10.They will meet A at Jessica’s house B at college C. in the café. *Writing: Part 1: Complete the sentences without changing the meaning with suggested word 1. John doesn't get permission to use that computer. (mustn't) _____________________________________________________________ 2. Most parents are willing to lend their ear to their children. (cleft sentence) _____________________________________________________________ Part 2: Write an email about 80-100 words to tell the counsellor about your problems with your friends ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ____________
  6. SỞ GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI CHUYÊN ĐỀ LẦN 1 NĂM HỌC 2020-2021 TRƯỜNG THPT VĨNH YÊN MÔN: TIẾNG ANH 11 Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; Mã đề thi 102 (Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu) Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số BD: ............................. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others of the same group 1. A. inventor B. lecturer C. medium D. president 2. A. characterize B. cheer C. watch D.teach Mark A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose main stress differs from the rest 3. A. motion B. fashion C. commit D. actor 4. A. traditional B. industrial C. intelligent D. education Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word of phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following question 5. I am now reconciled with two of my estranged siblings - not just my older brother, but my sister, whom I hadn't spoken to for 17 years. A. harmonised B. contactable C. opposed D. truthful 6. Many parents find it hard to understand their children when they are teenagers. A. elders B. adolescents C. adults D. kids Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 7. I can't concentrate on my work because of the noise caused by my children. A. focus B. abandon C. neglect D. allow 8. Then the strangest thing happens - Will and Marcus strike up an unusual friendship. A. remain B. cover up C. make up D. give up Mark the letter A,B,C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underline part that needs correction in each of the following questions 9. It is in 2010 that my life turned over a new leaf. A. is B. that C. turned D. leaf 10. They are accustomed to share every sorrow and mirth with each other. A. accustomed B. to share C. sorrow and mirth D. each other Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 11. You are driving too fast. You _______ to slow down. A. ought B. could C. should D. must 12. It was Mr. John___________ the bill to yesterday. A. who sent my secretary B. to whom my secretary sent C. that my secretary sent D. my secretary sent 13. As we ______the street , we __________ an accident. A. crossed - saw B. were crossing – saw C. crossed - was seeing D. were crossing – were seeing 14. To decide the winner of the competition, the examiners (taste) ____ candidates' dishes now. A. are tasting B. tasted C. taste D. tasting 15. The wine _________opened 3 hours before you use it A. need B. must C. should be D. can 16. “Your new dress looks fantastic!” – “Thanks, ____”
  7. A.I t's up to you. B. I'd rather not. C. I bought it at Daisy's. D. You can say that again. Read the following passage on social issues in American schools, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks Statesmen define a family as a group of individuals having in common dwelling and related by flood, adoption, or marriage, __(17)_____ includes common _law relationships. Most people are born into one of these groups and__(18)____live their lives as a family in such a group. Although the definition of a family may not change, __(19)_____relationship of people to each other with in the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are__(20)_____ paying jobs and as a result, the role of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expected to__(21)_____for pay for 40 years of their lives, and, in today marriages in which both spouse have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. 17. A. it B. that C. which D. what 18.A. will B. would C. need D. must 19.A. a B. the C. any D. some 20.A. making B. taking C. keeping D. performing 21.A. ask B. live C. hope D. work Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer Generally, friendship exists for three reasons: virtue; usefulness; or pleasure. When virtue is the reason, friendship exists for the sake of friendship; where both like each other and cherish each other for some creditable values in the other's personality. You know that you would even die to swear your friendship for that person. You also know that the other would make you live than die for him/her regardless of intelligence, handsomeness, utility or the capability of giving pleasure. A friendship of the second kind is formed for the practical value of it. How useful so and so is to me? What can I benefit from him? Will he use his reputation and influence to fetch me a good job? Thus a person may maintain relationship for practical, professional, and political reasons. However, once we do away with the usefulness, the friendship eventually dies. Friendship of the third kind is formed essentially on account of the pleasure the relationship can give. He is a joker. The moment he enters, you forget all your worries. She is cute, intelligent and charming. The very notion that she is your friend makes you feel proud. The point rests here: How good is he/she in giving me pleasure physically, emotionally, mentally and materially? Now to the question: Which of the three is good? The second type is good, yet since basing on utility, it falls short of longevity and quality. The third type is good too, but how long one enjoys only pleasure in life? But the first type, virtue-based friendship is fantastic for this reason: it lasts till the end of this universe. (22)From paragraph 1, we can infer that ____. A. Real friendship does not count one person's cleverness, appearance, utility and his/her aptitude for creating fun. B. You have to die in order to prove your friendship. C. Personality is not an important factor in choosing a friend. D. There are two main motives for friendship. (23) Which of the following has the closet meaning to “do away with” in paragraph 2? A. get rid of B. escape C. kill D. ask for (24)Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the reading passage? A. Friendship basing on the capacity for creating pleasure still possesses some uncertainty B. Friendship requires a lot of patience and efforts from both sides C. Friendship usually does not last long if it is built on materialistic need D. Virtue-based friendship's core is a friend's creditable traits in his or her personality (25)Synonym(s) of utility in paragraph 4 can be found in: A. paragraph 1 B. paragraph 2 C. paragraph 3 D. paragraph 4 (26)Which kind of friendship is most unshakable? A. The first B. The second C. The third D. Not mentioned
  8. Which notice (A-H) says this (27-31)? For questions 27-31, mark the correct letter A-H on your answer sheet. A.Star Cinema B.This way to staff car C.Booked online by credit D.Special offers! New staff member park card? Teenagers _ ask wanted to work No exit for cinema Collect tickets from staff about evenings customers machine near entrance discounts on tickets E. Children's film F. Cash only G. Snack bar H.Children under No tickets left for 11 when paying for sweets Food available from 3 12 may only see a.m. show -afternoon p.m. weekends and 5 p.m. this film with an show only weekdays adult. 27. Teenagers can go in here alone. 28. Get your tickets here if you’ve already paid to see the film. 29. This place doesn’t open in the mornings. 30. You can only use this door if you work here. 31. You can’t use a credit card here. 27_______ 28 _________ 29_________ 30___________ 31_________ * Listening Part 1: You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1-5, put a tick (/) under the right answer. 1. Which T-shirt does the woman buy?
  9. 2. When is the girl’s swimming lesson next week? 3.Which bus stop does the woman need? 4.Which is the man’s raincoat? 5.Which is the office manager?
  10. Part 2: Listen to Jessica talking to Frank about a dance class. Tick (/) A, B or c. You will hear the conversation twice. 6. The class takes A. half an hour. B. three quarters of an hour. C. an hour. 7.What doesn’t Frank need to take? A trainers B. sports clothes C. drink 8. The teacher needs to know A. if people are beginners. B how fit people are. C. people’s age. 9 .The normal price of classes is A £5. B £6 C. £8. 10.They will meet A at Jessica’s house B at college C. in the café. *Writing: Part 1: Complete the sentences without changing the meaning with suggested word 1. He spent his summer vacation in Da Lat. (cleft sentence) _____________________________________________________________ 2. His doctor advises him not to drink too much alcohol. (ought to) _____________________________________________________________ Part 2: Write an email about 80-100 words to tell the counsellor about your problems with your friends ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ____________
  11. SỞ GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI CHUYÊN ĐỀ LẦN 1 NĂM HỌC 2020-2021 TRƯỜNG THPT VĨNH YÊN MÔN: TIẾNG ANH 11 Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; Mã đề thi 103 (Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu) Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số BD: ............................. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others of the same group 1. A. soup B. sugar C. sure D. machine 2. A. nut B. but C. bury D. young Mark A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose main stress differs from the rest 3. A. depend B. vanish C. decay D. attack 4. A. traditional B. appropriate C. majority D. electrician Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word of phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 5. The government found it very difficult to cope with the rising unemployment. A. increase B. manage C. try D. reduce 6. Gary didn’t always see eye to eye with his father, this is where the honesty shows through. A. be truthful with B. agree with C. take after D. look up to Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 7. Jane found herself in conflict with her parents over her future career. A. fight B. harmony C. disagreement D. controversy 8. Don’t confess your love to your friends unless you know they feel the same way. A.conceal B. expose C. admit D. declare Mark the letter A,B,C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underline part that needs correction in each of the following questions 9. They are accustomed to share every sorrow and mirth with each other. A. sorrow and mirth B. to share C. accustomed D. each other 10. It is his dishonesty what I dislike the most A. dislike B. what C. It is D. the most Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 11. It was Mr. Harding ___________ the bill to yesterday. A. my secretary sent B. to whom my secretary sent C. that my secretary sent D. who sent my secretary 12. I…………. to drink coffee now. A. has wanted B. want C. am wanting D. wanted 13. We ____ to the hospital to visit Mike when he ____ to say that he was fine. A. were driving - was calling B. drove - was calling C. were driving – called D. drove - called 14. The teacher demanded that the classroom__________immediately. A.should be cleaned B. need clean C. can clean D. must clean 15. “I’m afraid there is no real friendship between boys and girls - “..........................., Mommy. We are just with friends.” A. I hope so. B. Don’t mention it C. Of course not D. Don’t worry. 16. You _____________drink if you're going to drive afterwards. A. mustn't B. ought to C. have to D. should Read the following passage on social issues in American schools, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks
  12. Statesmen define a family as a group of individuals having in common dwelling and related by flood, adoption, or marriage, __(17)_____ includes common _law relationships. Most people are born into one of these groups and__(18)____live their lives as a family in such a group. Although the definition of a family may not change, __(19)_____relationship of people to each other with in the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are__(20)_____ paying jobs and as a result, the role of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expected to__(21)_____for pay for 40 years of their lives, and, in today marriages in which both spouse have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. 17. A. which B. what C. that D. it 18.A. must B. will C. need D. would 19.A. some B. the C. a D. any 20.A. performing B. taking C. keeping D. making 21.A. ask B. live C. work D. hope Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer Different relationships affect teenagers in various ways. Friends impact teenagers almost the same amount as their parents. Teenagers go to their friends for help or to ask questions that they could not ask their parents about. Most of the time their friend give them good advice. In most cases, they tell their friends how to dress and act when being around certain people. Love relationships just make it even harder for a teenager to get a good education. Some start to fail in school because they are hanging out with their boyfriend or girlfriend instead of doing their work. Parents have a big influence on teenagers because their children look up to them and the majority of them grow up to act and do things just like their parents did with them. Children who have experienced a family break-up may have lower achievements then children brought up in an intact family. As previously stated, teenagers are affected by many relationships which involve their friends, family, and their love relationships. The relationships affect them so much that most teenagers change their ideas about how they should live their lives in a different way and to change their future goals. They should be influenced to help themselves or to help others. (22). Teenagers go to their friends in order to………… A. ask for help or advice that their parents can’t give them. B. ask how to dress when being around certain people. C. have different relationships that their parents can’t offer. D. impact them in various ways and the same amount. (23). Love relationships may make a teenager harder to get a good education because………. A. their boyfriend or girlfriend may make them fail in school B. they try to do their work instead of hanging out with their boyfriend or girlfriend. C. they hang out with their boyfriend or girlfriend instead of studying D. they tell their boyfriend or girlfriend how to dress to how to act (24). All of the following statements about parents’ influence on teenagers are true EXCEPT that… A. parents have a great impact on teenagers. B. a family break-up may have a negative effect on teenagers. C. most teenagers grow up to act and do things just like their parents. D. achievements of teenagers from a family break-up are always slow. (25). Relationships can…………… A.help others to form relationships. B. help teenagers to decide the future goals in love relationships. C. influence teenagers in many aspects of their lives. D. help teenagers to follow their future goals with their friends and family. (26). The main idea of the passage is………………… A. the role of parents in their children’s lives. B. the effects of love relationships on teenagers’ study. C. the impact of relationships on teenagers’ lives. D. the impact of relationships on adults and teenagers.
  13. Which notice (A-H) says this (27-31)? For questions 27-31, mark the correct letter A-H on your answer sheet. A.Star Cinema B.This way to staff car C.Booked online by credit D.Special offers! New staff member park card? Teenagers _ ask wanted to work No exit for cinema Collect tickets from staff about evenings customers machine near entrance discounts on tickets E. Children's film F. Cash only G. Snack bar H.Children under No tickets left for 11 when paying for sweets Food available from 3 12 may only see a.m. show -afternoon p.m. weekends and 5 p.m. this film with an show only weekdays adult. 27. Teenagers can go in here alone. 28. Get your tickets here if you’ve already paid to see the film. 29. This place doesn’t open in the mornings. 30. You can only use this door if you work here. 31. You can’t use a credit card here. 27_______ 28 _________ 29_________ 30___________ 31_________ * Listening Part 1: You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1-5, put a tick (/) under the right answer. 1. Which T-shirt does the woman buy? 2. When is the girl’s swimming lesson next week?
  14. 3. Which bus stop does the woman need? 4. Which is the man’s raincoat? 5. Which is the office manager? Part 2: Listen to Jessica talking to Frank about a dance class. Tick (/) A, B or c. You will hear the conversation twice. 6. The class takes A. half an hour. B. three quarters of an hour. C. an hour. 7. What doesn’t Frank need to take? A trainers B. sports clothes C. drink 8. The teacher needs to know A. if people are beginners. B how fit people are. C. people’s age. 9 .The normal price of classes is A £5. B £6 C. £8. 10.They will meet A at Jessica’s house B at college C. in the café.
  15. *Writing: Part 1: Complete the sentences without changing the meaning with suggested word 1. John doesn't get permission to use that computer. (mustn't) _____________________________________________________________ 2. Most parents are willing to lend their ear to their children. (cleft sentence) _____________________________________________________________ Part 2: Write an email about 80-100 words to tell the counsellor about your problems with your friends ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______ ________________________________________________________________ ____________
  16. SỞ GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI CHUYÊN ĐỀ LẦN 1 NĂM HỌC 2020-2021 TRƯỜNG THPT VĨNH YÊN MÔN: TIẾNG ANH 11 Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; Mã đề thi 104 (Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu) Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số BD: ............................. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others of the same group 1. A. teach B. watch C. cheer D. characterize 2. A. inventor B. lecturer C. medium D. president Mark A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose main stress differs from the rest 3. A. actor B. fashion C. commit D. motion 4. A. traditional B. industrial C. intelligent D. education Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word of phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following question 5. Many parents find it hard to understand their children when they are teenagers. A. adults B. elders C. adolescents D. kids 6. I am now reconciled with two of my estranged siblings - not just my older brother, but my sister, whom I hadn't spoken to for 17 years. A. opposed B. harmonised C. contactable D. truthful Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions 7. Then the strangest thing happens - Will and Marcus strike up an unusual friendship. A. make up B. give up C. cover up D. remain 8. I can't concentrate on my work because of the noise caused by my children. A. focus B. abandon C. allow D. neglect Mark the letter A,B,C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underline part that needs correction in each of the following questions 9. It is in 2010 that my life turned over a new leaf. A. leaf B. is C. that D. turned 10. They are accustomed to share every sorrow and mirth with each other. A. each other B. sorrow and mirth C. accustomed D. to share Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions 11. As we ______the street , we __________ an accident. A. crossed - was seeing B. were crossing – were seeing C. were crossing – saw D. crossed - saw 12. It was Mr. John___________ the bill to yesterday. A. my secretary sent B. to whom my secretary sent C. that my secretary sent D. who sent my secretary 13. To decide the winner of the competition, the examiners (taste) ____ candidates' dishes now. A. taste B. are tasting C. tasted D. tasting 14. The wine _________opened 3 hours before you use it A. need B. should be C. must D. can 15. You are driving too fast. You _______ to slow down. A. should B. ought C. could D. must 16. “Your new dress looks fantastic!” – “Thanks, ____”
  17. A.. I'd rather not B. I bought it at Daisy's. C. You can say that again. D. It's up to you. Read the following passage on social issues in American schools, and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks Statesmen define a family as a group of individuals having in common dwelling and related by flood, adoption, or marriage, __(17)_____ includes common _law relationships. Most people are born into one of these groups and__(18)____live their lives as a family in such a group. Although the definition of a family may not change, __(19)_____relationship of people to each other with in the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are__(20)_____ paying jobs and as a result, the role of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expected to__(21)_____for pay for 40 years of their lives, and, in today marriages in which both spouse have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. 17. A.that B. what C. it D. which 18.A. will B. need C. would D. must 19.A. a B. the C. some D. any 20.A. making B. taking C. keeping D. performing 21.A. live B. work C. ask D. hope Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer Generally, friendship exists for three reasons: virtue; usefulness; or pleasure. When virtue is the reason, friendship exists for the sake of friendship; where both like each other and cherish each other for some creditable values in the other's personality. You know that you would even die to swear your friendship for that person. You also know that the other would make you live than die for him/her regardless of intelligence, handsomeness, utility or the capability of giving pleasure. A friendship of the second kind is formed for the practical value of it. How useful so and so is to me? What can I benefit from him? Will he use his reputation and influence to fetch me a good job? Thus a person may maintain relationship for practical, professional, and political reasons. However, once we do away with the usefulness, the friendship eventually dies. Friendship of the third kind is formed essentially on account of the pleasure the relationship can give. He is a joker. The moment he enters, you forget all your worries. She is cute, intelligent and charming. The very notion that she is your friend makes you feel proud. The point rests here: How good is he/she in giving me pleasure physically, emotionally, mentally and materially? Now to the question: Which of the three is good? The second type is good, yet since basing on utility, it falls short of longevity and quality. The third type is good too, but how long one enjoys only pleasure in life? But the first type, virtue-based friendship is fantastic for this reason: it lasts till the end of this universe. (22)From paragraph 1, we can infer that ____. A. You have to die in order to prove your friendship. B. Personality is not an important factor in choosing a friend. C. Real friendship does not count one person's cleverness, appearance, utility and his/her aptitude for creating fun. D. There are two main motives for friendship. (23) Which of the following has the closet meaning to “do away with” in paragraph 2? A. escape B. get rid of C. kill D. ask for (24)Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the reading passage? A. Friendship usually does not last long if it is built on materialistic need B. Friendship requires a lot of patience and efforts from both sides C. Friendship basing on the capacity for creating pleasure still possesses some uncertainty D. Virtue-based friendship's core is a friend's creditable traits in his or her personality (25)Synonym(s) of utility in paragraph 4 can be found in: A. paragraph 1 B. paragraph 2 C. paragraph 3 D. paragraph 4 (26)Which kind of friendship is most unshakable? A. The first B. The second C. The third D. Not mentioned
  18. Which notice (A-H) says this (27-31)? For questions 27-31, mark the correct letter A-H on your answer sheet. A.Star Cinema B.This way to staff car C.Booked online by credit D.Special offers! New staff member park card? Teenagers _ ask wanted to work No exit for cinema Collect tickets from staff about evenings customers machine near entrance discounts on tickets E. Children's film F. Cash only G. Snack bar H.Children under No tickets left for 11 when paying for sweets Food available from 3 12 may only see a.m. show -afternoon p.m. weekends and 5 p.m. this film with an show only weekdays adult. 27. Teenagers can go in here alone. 28. Get your tickets here if you’ve already paid to see the film. 29. This place doesn’t open in the mornings. 30. You can only use this door if you work here. 31. You can’t use a credit card here. 27_______ 28 _________ 29_________ 30___________ 31_________ * Listening Part 1: You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For questions 1-5, put a tick (/) under the right answer. 1. Which T-shirt does the woman buy? 2. When is the girl’s swimming lesson next week?
  19. 3. Which bus stop does the woman need? 4. Which is the man’s raincoat? 5. Which is the office manager? Part 2: Listen to Jessica talking to Frank about a dance class. Tick (/) A, B or c. You will hear the conversation twice. 6. The class takes A. half an hour. B. three quarters of an hour. C. an hour. 7. What doesn’t Frank need to take? A trainers B. sports clothes C. drink 8. The teacher needs to know A. if people are beginners. B how fit people are. C. people’s age. 9 .The normal price of classes is A £5. B £6 C. £8. 10.They will meet A at Jessica’s house B at college C. in the café.
  20. *Writing: Part 1: Complete the sentences without changing the meaning with suggested word 1. He spent his summer vacation in Da Lat. (cleft sentence) _____________________________________________________________ 2. His doctor advises him not to drink too much alcohol. (ought to) _____________________________________________________________ Part 2: Write an email about 80-100 words to tell the counsellor about your problems with your friends ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ____________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________
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