ĐỀ THI HSG 10 - ĐỀ 4

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    A. LISTENING (1 pt)
    Part 1. You will hear a tour guide talking to a group of tourists about a coach trip. For each question put a tick in the correct box.
    What is the change of plan?
    A. They will visit two towns.
    B. They will look round a university.
    C. They will visit a wild life park.
    2. Where will they stop for coffee?
    A. near a waterfall B. by a lake C. on a mountain
    3. The town of Brampton became well known because of its ___________.
    A. shops B. university C. museum
    4. What animals will they see in the wildlife park?
    A. lions B. monkeys C. tigers
    5. What time will they arrive back at the hotel?
    A. 5.30 B. 6.45 C. 7.15
    Part 2. You will hear a woman talking on the radio about a competition. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space.
    This month's competition
    a computer and a (6) ………………………….. printer
    Write a story
    • length:
    fewer than (7) ………………………….. words
    • subject: a short (8) ………………………….. story which takes place in the future
    Write your name, address, telephone number and (9) ………………………….. at the end.
    Story must arrive on or before (10) …………………………..
    I. TRẮC NGHIỆM NGÔN NGỮ (3,5 điểm)
    PART 1: PHONETICS (0.5 pts - 0.1/ each)
    Task 1: Choose the word (A, B, c or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each o f the following questions.
    11. A.
    embarrassed B. blessed C. naked D. adopted
    12. A. instead B. breakfast C. already D. breathe
    Task 2: Choose the word (A, B, c or D) whose main stress pattern is different from that o f the rest in each of the following questions.
    13. A.
    photographer B. destination C. participant D. professional
    14. A. geographical B. biological C. agricultural D. environmental
    15. A. campfire B. provide C. destroy D. conserve
    PART 2: LANGUAGE FUNCTION (0.5 pts - 0.1/ each)
    Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best completes each of the following exchanges.
    Two friends Diana and Anne are talking about their upcoming exams.
    - Diana: “Our midterm exams will start next Tuesday, are you ready?”
    - Anne: “___________”
    A. I’m half ready. B. God save you.
    C. Thank you so much D. Don’t mention it!
    17. Lucy is asking for permission to play the guitar at Pete’s home.
    - Lucy: “Is it all right if I play the guitar in here while you’re studying?”.
    - Pete: “______”.
    A. Oh, I wish you wouldn’t. B. Well, I’d rather not.
    C. Well, actually, I’d prefer it if you didn’t. D. Well, if only you didn’t.
    18. Mr Smith is having lunch in a restaurant.
    - Mr. Smith: "Could you bring me some water?" - Waiter: "_________."
    A. No, thanks. B. Of course you can.
    C. I'm afraid not. D. Certainly, sir.
    19. Mary and John are talking about John's new house.
    - Mary: "What a lovely house you have" - John: "_________."
    A. Thanks. Hope you will drop in. B. I think so.
    C. No problem. D. Of course, thanks.
    20. Lucy is asking for permission to play the guitar at Pete’s home.
    - Lucy: “Is it all right if I play the guitar in here while you’re studying?”. - Pete: “______”.
    A. Oh, I wish you wouldn’t. B. Well, I’d rather not.
    C. Well, actually, I’d prefer it if you didn’t. D. Well, if only you didn’t.
    PART 3: SYNONYM AND ANTONYM (0.5 pts - 0.1/ each)
    Task 1. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following sentences.
    Thanks to the invention of microscope, biologists can now gain insights into the nature of the human cell.
    A. deep understanding B. far-sighted views C. spectacular sightings D. in-depth studies
    22. Laws on military service since 1960 still hold good.
    A. remains for good B. is still in good condition
    C. stands in life D. remains in effect
    23. In rural Midwestern towns of the USA, the decisions that affect most residents are made at general assemblies in schools and churches.
    A. concerts B. public libraries C. gatherings D. prayer services
    Task 2. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following sentences.
    Nutritionists believe that vitamins circumvent diseases.
    A. defeat B. nourish C. help D. treat
    25. The young are now far more materialistic than their precedents years ago.
    A. monetary B. greedy C. spiritual D. object - oriented
    PART 4: LEXICO - GRAMMAR (2.0 pts - 0.1/ each)
    Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best completes each of the following sentences.
    The doctor _______ the cut on my knee and said it had completely healed up.
    A. examined B. investigated C. researched D. looked into
    27. The school was closed for a month because of serious _______ of fever.
    A. outcome B. outburst C. outset D. outbreak
    28. I agree with most of what you said, but I can't _______ your idea of letting children leave school at the age of 14.
    A. go along with B. put up with C. keep up with D. come up with
    29. The climate of China is similar in many ways to _______.
    A. which of the United States B. that of the United states
    C. the United States D. this of the United States
    30. He soon received promotion, for his superior realized that he was a man of considerable _______.
    A. opportunity B. ability C. possibility D. future
    31. These old houses are going to be _______ soon.
    A. run down B. knocked out C. pulled down D. laid out
    32. The stolen jewels were _______ a lot of money.
    A. worth B. priced C. valued D. cost
    33. Whether you stay or leave is a matter of total _______to me.
    A. disinterest B. importance C. indifference D. interest
    34. I’m terribly sorry! I didn’t break that vase on _______.
    A. my mind B. time C. purpose D. intention
    35. Bill Gates is probably the best known and most successful _______in computer software.
    A. pioneer B. navigator C. generator D. volunteer
    36. We don’t sell foreign newspapers because there is no _______for them.
    A. request B. claim C. requirement D. demand
    37. One wonders whether the current political _______ is right for such a move.
    A. environment B. climate C. state D. standpoint
    38. She _______ modern art. She visits all the local exhibitions.
    A. looks down on B. goes in for C. fixes up with D. comes up against
    39. The judge _______ the murderer to a lifetime imprisonment.
    A. accused B. convicted C. sentenced D. prosecuted
    40. She got up early; otherwise she ________ her bus.
    A. would have missed B. would miss C. missed D. had missed
    41. She believes that all countries should _______ the death penalty as it is inhumane.
    A. put down to B. catch up on C. get down to D. do away with
    42. What an excellent student she is! She almost has no _________ the exercise.
    A. difficult to finish B. difficulty to finish C. difficulty in finishing D. difficult finishing
    43. Henry was overweight, so he went on s strict diet and _________ twenty kilos.
    A. missed B. lost C. failed D. fell
    44. Staying in a hotel costs ______ renting a room in a dormitory for a week.
    A. twice as much as B. as much as twice C. twice more than D. twice as
    45. In spite of his abilities, Peter has been ______ overlooked for promotion.
    A. repeat B. repeatedly C. repetitiveness D. repetitive
    PART 1: WORD FORM (0.5 pts – 0.05/ each)
    Give the correct form of the words in brackets to complete the following sentences.

    46. I hadn't been to the city for 20 years and it was almost …………………………..………...


    47. His boss told him off because he had behaved ……………………….……………...


    48. They all cheered ……………………….……………..as their team came out.


    49. Jim is one of the most ……………………….……………..members of the committee.


    50. The damage caused by the terrible storm two days ago was ………………………….…. by the government. The real figures go up every minute.


    51. We always have a bed ready in the spare room in case visitors arrive ……………………….……………...


    52. ……………….……..energy sources such as wind and wave power are pollution-free.


    53. Barbara is very ……………………….………..about birds. She knows a lot about them.


    54. She is one of the greatest ……………………….……………..to appear in this theatre.


    55. I’m sorry for my ……………………….……………..but I hate being kept waiting.

    PART 2: ERROR CORRECTION (0.5 pts – 0.1/ each)
    There are 05 errors in the following passage. Identify the errors, write the line number and correct them. Write your answers in the numbered spaces below. Number (00.) is done as an example.




    The other day, when I was in London, I ran out an old friend of mine who had been at university with me. Although we hadn’t seen each other since ages and had lost touch, it was just like old times, and he told me all his news. He moved to London after leaving university, and started to train as a accountant. He left after a few months because he didn’t find it very interesting, and he didn’t feel like spending the rest of his life in an office. His parents were very helpful – they didn’t try to make him carrying on training as a chartered accountant, and said they would continue to support him though the fact that he didn’t have a job to go to. He soon found work doing what he really wanted – writing for a TV show. After the first series, the producer let him have his own TV show even though he was relative young, and it turned out to be a great success.




    00. out







    PART 3: PREPOSITIONS AND PHRASAL VERBS (0.5 pts – 0.05/ each)
    Supply each space with a suitable preposition or adverbial particle to complete each of the following sentences.
    Tom was absent four days at school last month because his grandmother passed ………………….
    I’ll see you ………………… tomorrow, so I can drive you to the airport.
    63. I am too young to settle …………………. I want to travel around the world before I get married.
    64. I bought this skirt without trying it …………………. I hope it's OK.
    65. Fortunately, Marie getting ………………… with her new co-workers.
    66. I really need to go on a diet. I put ………………… weight over the holidays.
    67. I just needed a bit of time to think it ………………… before I told him what I had decided.
    68. I need to get a new passport. It runs ………………… next month.
    69. When I went to the bank to ask for a loan, I had to fill ………………… hundreds of forms.
    70. You have to face ………………… your problems rather than avoid them.
    PART 1: READING (2 pts - 0.1/ each)
    Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits each blank in the following passage.

    Men are lazy in the home, according to an official survey (71) _______ today. They have about six hours' a week more free time than wives, but play a very little (72) _______ in cooking, cleaning, washing, and ironing, according to the Social Trends Survey by the Central (73) _______ Office.
    Nearly three quarters of married women (74) _______ to do all or most of the housework, and among married men the proportion who admitted that their wives did all or most of the housework was only slightly lower. The survey (75) _______ that washing and ironing was the least popular task among men, with only one per cent (76) _______ this duty, compared with 89 per cent of women, and 10 per cent sharing equally.Only 5 per cent of men (77) _______ the evening meal, 3 percent carry out household cleaning duties, 5 per cent do household shopping, and 17 per cent wash the evening dishes.
    But when household gadgets break down, (78) _______ are carried out by 82 per cent of husbands. The survey says that, despite our economic problems, the majority of Britons are substantially better (79) _______ than a decade ago. We're healthier, too - eating healthier foods and smoking less.The (80) _______ Briton, not surprisingly, is more widely-traveled than a decade ago. More people are going abroad for holidays, with Spain the favorite destination.
    71. A. furnished B. emerged C. published D. edited
    72. A. work B. role C. section D. part
    73. A. Statistical B. Cardinal C. Ordinal D. Numerical
    74. A. emitted B. pronounced C. claimed D. uttered
    75. A. pointed B. evolved C. planned D. showed
    76. A. burdening B. forming C. performing D. formulating
    77. A. prepare B. undertake C. process D. fit
    78. A. fittings B. fixings C. amendments D. repairs
    79. A. on B. through C. over D. off
    80. A. medium B. average C. popular D. normal
    Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question below.

    A useful definition of an air pollutant is a compound added directly or indirectly by humans to the atmosphere in such quantities as to affect humans, animals, vegetation, or materials adversely. Air pollution requires a very flexible definition that permits continuous change. When the first air pollution laws were established in England in the fourteenth century, air pollutants were limited to compounds that could be seen or smelled-a far cry from the extensive list of harmful substances known today. As technology has developed and knowledge of the health aspects of various chemicals has increased, the list of air pollutants has lengthened. In the future, even water vapor might be considered an air pollutant under certain conditions.
    Many of the more important air pollutants, such as sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxides, are found in nature. As the Earth developed, the concentrations of these pollutants were altered by various chemical reactions; they became components in biogeochemical cycles. These serve as an air purification scheme by allowing the compounds to move from the air to the water or soil. On a global basis, nature's output of these compounds dwarfs that resulting from human activities. However, human production usually occurs in a localized area, such as a city.
    In this localized region, human output may be dominant and may temporarily overload the natural purification scheme of the cycles. The result is an increased concentration of noxious chemicals in the air. The concentrations at which the adverse effects appear will be greater than the concentrations that the pollutants would have in the absence of human activities. The actual concentration need not be large for a substance to be a pollutant; in fact the numerical value tells us little until we know how much of an increase this represents over the concentration that would occur naturally in the area. For example, sulfur dioxide has detectable health effects at 0.08 parts per million (ppm), which is about 400 times its natural level. Carbon monoxide, however, has a natural level of 0.1 ppm and is not usually a pollutant until its level reaches about 15 ppm.
    81. What does the passage mainly discuss?
    A. The economic impact of air pollution B. What constitutes an air pollutant
    C. How much harm air pollutants can cause D. The effects of compounds added to the atmosphere
    82. The word "adversely" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to
    A. negatively B. quickly C. admittedly D. considerably
    83. It can be inferred from the first paragraph that ________.
    A. water vapor is an air pollutant in localized areas
    B. most air pollutants today can be seen or smelled
    C. the definition of air pollution will continue to change
    D. a substance becomes an air pollutant only in cities
    84. The word "altered" in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.
    A. eliminated B. caused C. slowed D. changed
    85. Natural pollutants can play an important role in controlling air pollution for which of the following reasons?
    A. They function as part of a purification process.
    B. They occur in greater quantities than other pollutants.
    C. They are less harmful to living beings than are other pollutants.
    D. They have existed since the Earth developed.
    86. According to the passage, which of the following is true about human generated air pollution in localized regions?
    A. It can be dwarfed by nature's output of pollutants in the localized region.
    B. It can overwhelm the natural system that removes pollutants.
    C. It will damage areas outside of the localized regions.
    D. It will react harmfully with naturally occurring pollutants.
    87. The word "noxious" in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.
    A. harmful B. noticeable C. extensive D. weak
    88. According to the passage, the numerical value of the concentration level of a substance is only useful if ________.
    A. the other substances in the area are known
    B. it is in a localized area
    C. the naturally occurring level is also known
    D. it can be calculated quickly
    89. The word "detectable" in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.
    A. beneficial B. special C. measurable D. separable
    90. Which of the following is best supported by the passage?
    A. To effectively control pollution, local government should regularly review their air pollution laws.
    B. One of the most important steps in preserving natural lands is to better enforce air pollution laws.
    C. Scientists should be consulted in order to establish uniform limits for all air pollutants.
    D. Human activities have been effective in reducing air pollution.
    PART 2: WRITING (2 pts)
    Task 1: SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (1.0 pt – 0.2/ each)
    Rewrite the following sentences in such a way that their meanings remain unchanged, using the words given.
    A small church lies at the foot of the hill.
     At the foot
    92.While I strongly disapprove of your behaviour, I will help you this time.
     Despite my
    93. If I were you, I wouldn't take too many classes this semester. (shoes)

    94. It was easy for us to get tickets for the concert. (no)

    95. “Why can’t you do your work more carefully?” Helen’s boss said to her. (for)

    VII. WRITING (1 pt)
    In about 100- 150 words, write a paragraph about the disadvantages of television
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