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Đề thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 chuyên năm 2017-2018 môn tiếng Anh - Sở GD&ĐT Kiên Giang

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO<br /> KIÊN GIANG<br /> ………...<br /> ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC<br /> (Đề thi gồm có 8 trang)<br /> <br /> KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 THPT<br /> NĂM HỌC 2017 – 2018<br /> ……………………<br /> Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên)<br /> Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)<br /> Ngày thi: 04/ 6/ 2017<br /> <br /> Thí sinh làm bài trực tiếp vào đề thi này<br /> ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………......<br /> Thí sinh đọc kỹ hướng dẫn trước khi làm bài!<br /> Điểm bằng số<br /> <br /> Điểm bằng chữ<br /> <br /> Giám khảo (họ tên và chữ ký)<br /> GK1<br /> <br /> Mã phách<br /> <br /> GK2<br /> <br /> PART I. LISTENING: (20 points)<br /> A. In this part of the test you will hear people talking about four different situations. Before you<br /> listen, read the questions carefully then listen to questions 1-4. Choose the best answer (A, B or<br /> C). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.<br /> 1. You are passing by a room in your school and hear this man talking. What is about to start?<br /> A. a lesson<br /> B. an exam<br /> C. a speech<br /> 2. You overhear this conversation in an office. The woman is talking to a colleague. What does she<br /> want him to do?<br /> A. listen more carefully<br /> B. type less noisily<br /> C. talk more quietly<br /> 3. You hear a woman speaking. What kind of recording is it?<br /> A. an exercise tape<br /> B. a relaxation tape<br /> C. a recording of poetry<br /> 4. You will hear this recording over the telephone. What information is being given?<br /> A. weather information<br /> B. travel information<br /> C. telephone information<br /> Your answers:<br /> 1.<br /> <br /> 2.<br /> <br /> 3.<br /> <br /> 4.<br /> <br /> B. In this part of the test, you will hear a radio interview about an environmental group. For<br /> questions 5-10, choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) which fits best each of the question. Write<br /> your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.<br /> 5. Dr Harris ____<br /> A. is a student.<br /> C. is the leader of the group.<br /> 6. The students wanted to ____<br /> A. study the problems in the town.<br /> C. help bigger groups.<br /> 7. Some animals ____<br /> A. need birds to live.<br /> C. are finding their homes.<br /> 8. So far, the group has ____<br /> A. started a recycling campaign.<br /> C. thrown a lot of rubbish away.<br /> <br /> B. is an assistant of the project.<br /> D. created the group.<br /> B. help Dr Harris.<br /> D. help the local environment.<br /> B. are a problem to wildlife.<br /> D. are in danger.<br /> B. cleaned up the beach.<br /> D. given talks about the importance of the bins.<br /> Page 1 of 8<br /> <br /> 9. The group wants to ____<br /> A. collect money to buy plants.<br /> C. build a home for birds.<br /> 10. Next week, the group ____<br /> A. is going to collect money.<br /> C. is helping people in the streets.<br /> Your answers:<br /> 5.<br /> 6.<br /> <br /> B. protect animals in the streets.<br /> D. build a home for cats and dogs.<br /> B. is holding a festival.<br /> D. is going to clean up the streets.<br /> <br /> 7.<br /> <br /> 8.<br /> <br /> 9.<br /> <br /> 10.<br /> <br /> C. Listen to a lecturer talking about the Moon. Fill in each space provided in the sentences (1-10)<br /> with a MAXIMUM of THREE WORDS and/ or NUMBER.<br /> 1. A recent scientific research seems to show that the moon …………… …………… …………….<br /> 2. We can see a …………… …………… …………… at the time of the full moon.<br /> 3. Most people think that the moon is white; however, it is in fact …………… …………… .<br /> 4. The moon causes high and …………… …………… in our seas.<br /> 5. The number of people visiting their doctor increases by ……… ……… ……… percent during the<br /> full moon period.<br /> 6. Also, people who suffer from asthma, a …………… ……………, have more asthma attacks<br /> during new and full moon.<br /> 7. A study in Florida shows that more …………… happens around the full moon.<br /> 8. The largest of car accidents happens …………… …………… …………… the full moon.<br /> 9. We eat …………… ……………more food at the time of the full moon.<br /> 10. Only …………… …………… have walked on the moon.<br /> PART II. PHONETICS and SPEAKING (10 points).<br /> A. Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part in bold is pronounced<br /> differently from that of the others. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes<br /> provided.<br /> 1. A. juice<br /> B. funnel<br /> C. pollution<br /> D. lunar<br /> 2. A. clothing<br /> 3. A. designed<br /> <br /> B. ethnic<br /> B. arrived<br /> <br /> C. throw<br /> C. closed<br /> <br /> D. think<br /> D. laughed<br /> <br /> B. Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose stressed syllable is placed differently<br /> from that of the others. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.<br /> 4. A. terrific<br /> B. compliment<br /> C. industry<br /> D. atmosphere<br /> 5. A. unique<br /> B. bamboo<br /> C. surface<br /> D. control<br /> Your answers:<br /> 1.<br /> 2.<br /> <br /> 3.<br /> <br /> 4.<br /> <br /> 5.<br /> <br /> Page 2 of 8<br /> <br /> C. Match a sentence (0-5) with a response (a-h). Not all the responses are used. 0 has been done for<br /> you as an example.<br /> 0<br /> <br /> h<br /> <br /> a. By all means. Help yourself.<br /> b. By no point. She never listens.<br /> c. Never mind. Give it to me<br /> whenever you can.<br /> d. Hang on a second. I’ll come<br /> with you.<br /> e. Have you? Let me have a<br /> look.<br /> f. I don’t mind. You choose.<br /> g. I see what you mean. It’s a<br /> difficult decision.<br /> h. How come? Were you ill?<br /> <br /> I didn’t go to the party.<br /> <br /> 1<br /> <br /> I’m sorry, but I can’t pay you what I owe you.<br /> <br /> 2<br /> <br /> My computer isn’t working. Can I use yours?<br /> <br /> 3<br /> <br /> Shall we eat Chinese or Italian?<br /> <br /> 4<br /> <br /> I don’t know whether to take the job or not.<br /> We’re going for a walk.<br /> <br /> 5<br /> <br /> PART III. VOCABULARY and GRAMMAR (25 points).<br /> A. Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.<br /> Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 0 has been done for you as<br /> an example.<br /> 0. I suggest ______ a new architect who will understand what you want.<br /> A. to find<br /> B. you to find<br /> C. for finding<br /> D. finding<br /> 1. I want ______ me what’s wrong, but she won’t.<br /> A. Lisa to tell<br /> B. to tell Lisa<br /> C. Lisa telling<br /> D. Lisa to telling<br /> 2. Do you remember ______ excited the first time you went on a plane?<br /> A. to feel<br /> B. you feel<br /> C. to feeling<br /> D. feeling<br /> 3. That ______ be my mobile – mine is silver and that one is black.<br /> A. mustn’t<br /> B. shouldn’t<br /> C. wouldn’t<br /> D. can’t<br /> 4. My bike ______. Call the police!<br /> A. was being stolen B. has been stolen<br /> C. stolen<br /> D. was stealing<br /> 5. Let’s go somewhere for a cold drink, ______ ?<br /> A. do you<br /> B. shall we<br /> C. don’t we<br /> D. shall you<br /> 6. It seems that the thief took ______ of the open window and got inside that way.<br /> A. occasion<br /> B. opportunity<br /> C. chance<br /> D. advantage<br /> 7. Slow down! I can’t ______ with you!<br /> A. get on<br /> B. drop out<br /> C. put down<br /> D. keep up<br /> 8. Let’s go for a swim as soon as we ______ the hotel.<br /> A. arrive<br /> B. get<br /> C. reach<br /> D. meet<br /> 9. Why don’t you ______your clothes in half before you put them in the drawer?<br /> A. fix<br /> B. stretch<br /> C. create<br /> D. fold<br /> 10. Many parts of Mekong Delta have been suffering from water ______ after the unusually dry season.<br /> A. thirsty<br /> B. shortage<br /> C. supply<br /> D. absence<br /> Your answer<br /> 0. Example<br /> <br /> 1<br /> <br /> 2<br /> <br /> 3<br /> <br /> 4<br /> <br /> 5<br /> <br /> 6<br /> <br /> 7<br /> <br /> 8<br /> <br /> 9<br /> <br /> 10<br /> <br /> D<br /> Page 3 of 8<br /> <br /> B. Fill in each gap with ONE word. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes<br /> provided. 0 has been done for you as an example.<br /> 0.<br /> 1.<br /> 2.<br /> 3.<br /> 4.<br /> 5.<br /> 6.<br /> 7.<br /> <br /> I am writing ______ response to your letter of 19th May.<br /> Could you put me in touch ______ someone who knows about starting a website?<br /> I finished reading the web page, logged ______ and then went to watch TV.<br /> Did you know that our head teacher is married ______ an actress? I had no idea.<br /> Did you really see an alien, or are you making it ______?<br /> Trudy is such a lovely baby. She always smiles ______ you when you sing to her.<br /> I know you’re still angry; let’s talk it ______ tonight.<br /> The computer in his office broke down so he took it ______ to fix it.<br /> Your answer<br /> 0. Example<br /> <br /> 1<br /> <br /> 2<br /> <br /> 3<br /> <br /> 5<br /> <br /> 6<br /> <br /> 7<br /> <br /> in<br /> 4<br /> <br /> C. Complete sentences with words formed from the words in capitals. Write your answers in the<br /> corresponding numbered boxes provided. 0 has been done for you as an example.<br /> 0.<br /> 1.<br /> 2.<br /> 3.<br /> 4.<br /> 5.<br /> 6.<br /> 7.<br /> 8.<br /> <br /> I would hate to give a good _____ in front of hundreds of people!<br /> Should I write ‘British’ or ‘English’ as my _____?<br /> You looked so _____when you fell asleep on the sofa.<br /> It’s _____! I’ve lost my glasses again!<br /> She must have a lot of good _____ to think of ideas like that.<br /> Would it be safer if all houses had windows made out of _____glass?<br /> I think astronomy is absolutely _____!<br /> These dresses are _____ made – just feel the quality!<br /> Mrs. Green can help Alice to make a good _____.<br /> Your answer<br /> 0.<br /> <br /> SPEAK<br /> NATION<br /> PEACE<br /> BELIEVE<br /> IMAGINE<br /> BREAK<br /> FASCINATE<br /> BEAUTY<br /> CHOOSE<br /> <br /> 1<br /> <br /> 2<br /> <br /> 3<br /> <br /> 4<br /> <br /> 5<br /> <br /> 6<br /> <br /> 7<br /> <br /> 8<br /> <br /> speech<br /> <br /> PART IV. READING (25 points).<br /> A. Read the text below and decide which answer A, B, C, or D best fits each space. 0 has been done<br /> for you as an example.<br /> English around the world<br /> Teaching English as a foreign language can be a great (0) ____ to travel the world and (1) ____<br /> money at the same time. However, some graduates actually like the idea of (2) ____ a career in teaching<br /> English, and there are numerous courses at various (3) ____, from the basic certificate to the diploma or<br /> even the master’s.<br /> <br /> Page 4 of 8<br /> <br /> To find the right course, a good place to start is TEFL.com-an Internet site with lots of relevant<br /> information and helpful (4) ____, including a full list of places in the UK doing courses. The site also<br /> offers assistance to qualified graduates in finding work.<br /> When deciding on a course, the best thing to do is to (5) ____ at what your needs are. If you want a<br /> career in teaching English, then definitely find one designed for that (6) ____, such as an MA or diploma;<br /> but if you want to travel (7) ____ the world, then do a shorter course that will supply you with teaching<br /> skills.<br /> Some countries will staff people without a teaching qualification as (8) ____ as the teacher is a native<br /> speaker of English. However, most countries now (9) ____ a qualification.<br /> It is advisable to make sure that the course that you want to do is recognised and that it includes a<br /> period of teaching practice. This is important in (10) ____ people to be English language teachers.<br /> 0. A. form<br /> 1. A. gain<br /> 2. A. following<br /> 3. A. levels<br /> 4. A. opinion<br /> 5. A. look<br /> 6. A. function<br /> 7. A. over<br /> 8. A. soon<br /> 9. A. insist<br /> 10. A. planning<br /> Your answer<br /> 0<br /> 1<br /> <br /> B. manner<br /> B. win<br /> B. chasing<br /> B. categories<br /> B. suggestion<br /> B. examine<br /> B. use<br /> B. around<br /> B. long<br /> B. wait<br /> B. organising<br /> 2<br /> <br /> 3<br /> <br /> C. way<br /> C. earn<br /> C. hunting<br /> C. groups<br /> C. idea<br /> C. notice<br /> C. aim<br /> C. in<br /> C. well<br /> C. expect<br /> C. practising<br /> 4<br /> <br /> 5<br /> <br /> 6<br /> <br /> D. method<br /> D. take<br /> D. tracking<br /> D. classes<br /> D. advice<br /> D. see<br /> D. purpose<br /> D. through<br /> D. far<br /> D. ask<br /> D. preparing<br /> 7<br /> <br /> 8<br /> <br /> 9<br /> <br /> 10<br /> <br /> B<br /> B. Read the following passages then answer the questions. Write your answers in the corresponding<br /> numbered boxes provided.<br /> <br /> Man comes back from the dead.<br /> When 35-year-old Australian Ricky McGee set off in his car to drive the 4,800 km from Brisbane to<br /> Port Hedland to start a new job, he knew that the journey would not be short. However, he did not expect to<br /> spend three months of his life alone in one of the harshest areas of Western Australia before he encountered<br /> civilization once more.<br /> According to Mr. McGee, he stopped when he saw three men on the side of the road and gave one<br /> of the men a lift. The last thing he remembers of the journey was driving up the road, feeling a little dizzy<br /> and confused. His next memory is waking up face-down in a hole covered with rocks and earth. What<br /> woke him was the noise of four wild dogs scratching at the rocks to try to get at him.<br /> McGee believes that he was drugged and dumped by his passengers, and one fact that supports his<br /> claim is that his car has never been found. After losing his vehicle, Mr. McGee says he walks for ten days,<br /> regularly fainting from heat exhaustion through a region virtually uninhabited where temperatures rose<br /> daily to over 40oC. Eventually, he found a small stream and built a shelter of branches there. He says he<br /> would go out just before dark and gathered snakes, lizards, and frogs to eat.<br /> When he finally did emerge from the bush after 90 days surviving in these conditions, it is hardly<br /> surprising that his appearance scared the life out of the first person who saw him, cattle-station manager<br /> Mark Clifford. Clifford says Mr. McGee looked like a ‘walking skeleton’ when he saw him, a description<br /> Page 5 of 8<br /> <br />
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