Đề thi môn Tiếng Anh - Kỳ thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 THPT - Đề số 03 - Năm học 2019-2020 (có đáp án)

Đề thi môn Tiếng Anh - Kỳ thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 THPT - Đề số 03 - Năm học 2019-2020 (có đáp án)

Part 1. You will hear part of an interview with a boy called Simon who is helping to protect the environment. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C to best answer each of the following questions.

1. Simon enjoys taking his boat onto the River Stanton because _______.

A. he knows many people who go there.

B. the speed of the water makes it exciting.

C. it is the closest river to his home town.

2. Simon noticed that the river water _______.

A. was getting lower and lower.

B. was too dark to let him see the bottom.

C. was having a negative effect on him.

3. Simon learned more about the problem with the river _______.

A. by looking on the internet.

B. by asking the people who owned the river.

C. by talking to his school teachers.

4. Why did Simon do a special course?

A. to join an organization that protects the river.

B. to learn about the geography of the river.

C. to be able to check the water quality of the river.

5. Simon is pleased because _______.

 A. the company causing the problem closed.

B. he found a way to reduce the problem.

C. he discovered new plants that live in the river.

 

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ THI SỐ 03
(Đề thi này gồm có 08 trang)
KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 
NĂM HỌC 2019 - 2020
ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH (Chuyên)
Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút 
Họ và tên thí sinh: ...............................................................số báo danh: ...............................................................
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A. LISTENING (1 pt)
Part 1. You will hear part of an interview with a boy called Simon who is helping to protect the environment. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C to best answer each of the following questions.
1. Simon enjoys taking his boat onto the River Stanton because _______.
A. he knows many people who go there.
B. the speed of the water makes it exciting.
C. it is the closest river to his home town.
2. Simon noticed that the river water _______.
A. was getting lower and lower.
B. was too dark to let him see the bottom.
C. was having a negative effect on him.
3. Simon learned more about the problem with the river _______.
A. by looking on the internet.
B. by asking the people who owned the river.
C. by talking to his school teachers.
4. Why did Simon do a special course?
A. to join an organization that protects the river.
B. to learn about the geography of the river.
C. to be able to check the water quality of the river.
5. Simon is pleased because _______.
	A. the company causing the problem closed.
B. he found a way to reduce the problem.
C. he discovered new plants that live in the river.
Part 2. You will hear some information about a café for young people. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space.
NOTES ABOUT THE RAINBOW CAFÉ
* This is a special café for teenagers which opened last month.
* The café is run by a (6) .. of ten local teenagers.
* The teenagers got a grant worth (7) £ .. to start the café.
* They need some more teenagers to work as cooks in the café.
* The café is currently open every (8) .. from 1.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
* The café serves a range of hot and cold drinks and some (9) .. 
* To get more information, call (10) .. or visit www.youthcafe.com.
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. appealed 	B. denied 	C. hoped 	D. trained
12. 	A. doubt 	B. thumb 	C. subtle 	D. absorb
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. interfere 	B. entertain 	C. difference	D. magazine
14. 	A. impossible 	B. geography 	C. information	D. convenience
15. 	A. ethnic 	B. nuclear 	C. sewage 	D. persuade
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.
16. Tom: “Can I borrow your umbrella for a day?” TMK: “___________”
A. With pleasure 	B. Ready 	C. Welcome 	D. Yes, I can
17. -“What a new nice style of hair you have it cut!” “___________.”
A. Yes, please	B. It’s from Italy	
C. Thank you 	D. No, I think it’s suitable for me.
18. Reese: remember, they want someone who works well with people . You’re going to show them how easy- going and personable you are! 
Kent: ________.
A. wait and see. Thanks 	B. thanks .I hope you 
C. you see what I am like. Don’t worry 	D. Thanks. I’ll keep that in mind
19. Bill: -“Where can we meet?” – Joanna: “___________.”
A. at your house 	B. I do not know 
C. I do not want to meet you 	D. It’s up to you
20. - “A bat can hear from a long distance .” “________”
A. You bet 	B. Yes, good hearer 
C. No, you can be so sure 	D. You know a bat well
PART 3: SYNONYM AND ANTONYM (0.5 pts - 0.1/ each)
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. 
21. When their rent increased from 200 to 400 a month, they protested against such a tremendous increase. 
	A. light 	B. huge 	C. tiring 	D. difficult 
22. In 1952, Akihito was officially proclaimed heir to the Japanese throne. 
	A. installed 	B. declared 	C. denounced 	D. advise 
23. The augmentation in the population has created a fuel shortage.
	A. increase 	B.necessity 	C. demand 	D. decrease 
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.
24. During the five- decade history the Asian Games have been advancing in all aspects. 
	A. holding at 	B. holding back 	C. holding to 	D. holding by 
25. The distinction between schooling and education implied by this remark is important. 
	A. explicit 	B. implicit 	C. obscure 	D. odd 
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. 
26. It is imperative ________ what to do when there is a fire.
A. he must know about B. that everyone know C. we knew	D. that he knew
27. Our industrial output ________ from $2 million in 2002 to $4 million this year.
A. was rising	B. rises	C. rose	D. has risen
28. That hotel is so expensive. They________ you sixty pounds for bed and breakfast.
A. charge	 B. fine	C. take	D. cost 
29. Under no circumstances________in public places.
A. should we allow to be smoked	B. should smoking be allowed
C. we should allow smoking	D. smoking should be allowed
30. The carefully nurtured gardens with a wide________of flowers and fruit trees have added elegance to this place and made it a major tourist attraction.
A. amount	B. number	C. species	D. variety
31. Visitors to the local museum are mostly attracted by___________ table.
A. an old wooden Chinese beautiful 	B. an old beautiful wooden Chinese
C. a wooden old beautiful Chinese 	D. a beautiful old Chinese wooden
32. While I was looking through my old albums the other day, I ________ this photograph of my parents' wedding.
A. saw about	B. looked down	C. came across	D. made up
33. We've already bought the house but won't ________ it until May, when the present occupants have moved out.
A. take possession of	B. keep track of	C. catch sight of	D. gain recognition of
34. ________my mother's encouragement, I wouldn't have made such a daring decision.
A. In spite of	B. Providing	C. But for	D. Due to
35. The young lady sat still in the afternoon breeze, with her hair________her back.
A. streaming down	B. fallen against	C. flowed down	D. running over
36. Mai is a student in Ms Lan's writing class. She is asking for Ms Lan's comments on her last essay. Select the most suitable response to fill in the blank.
- Mai. "You must have found reading my essay very tiring." - Ms Lan. "________. I enjoyed it."
A. You are welcome	B. Just in case	C. At all costs	D. Not in the least
37. My car may be ugly, but it's certainly ________ . In fact, I haven't had any problem with it for over five years.
A. dependable	B. dependent	C. independent	D. dependant
38. Books and magazines________around made his room very untidy.
A. lying	B. which lied	C. laying	D. that lie
39. Having traveled to different parts of our country, ________.
A. many interesting lifestyles and customs have been learned by us
B. we have learned a lot about interesting lifestyles and customs
C. much has been learned about interesting lifestyles and customs
D. we are seeing a lot of interesting lifestyles and customs
40. He wasn't attending the lecture properly and missed most of________.
A. what the teacher said	B. which the teacher said
C. things said by the teacher	D. that the teacher said
41. Angela’s enthusiasm makes________ her lack of work experience.
A. off with	B. up with	C. up for	D. up to
42. After the car crash last night, all the injured ________ to the hospital in an ambulance.
A. was rushing	B. were rushed	C. was rushed	D. were rushing
43. “The inflation rate in Venezuela is five times________my country,” he said.
A. as much as	B. more than	C. as many as that in	D. as high as that in
44. If you don’t stop smoking, you ________ the risk of developing chronic bronchitis.
A. bear	B. take	C. make	D. run
45. With ________, it is obvious that our approach to the problem was completely wrong.
A. retrospect	B. hindsight 	C. afterthought	D. review	
II. TỰ LUẬN KIẾN THỨC NGÔN NGỮ (1,5 điểm)
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. It is not .. to stay up late the night before a test. ADVISE
47. The idea of working four, 10-hour work days was .. to the employees. ATTRACT
46. The major .. of the show was a speech by the president. ATTRACT
45. The attorney's .. questioning weakened the witness. PERSIST
50. Their .. of the plan caused the experiment to be abandoned. APPROVE
51. It was obvious that the house was built .. . HAPHAZARD
52. His .. to captain came unexpectedly. ADVANCE
53. The .. of seeds is very quick with this new machine. DISTRIBUTE
54. His teacher gave him the .. that he needed to learn the material. ENCOURAGE
55. John presented .. the argument for his salary increase. PERSUADE
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.
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KEEPING OUR TEETH HEALTHY
	It’s very important to have health teeth. Good teeth help us to chew our food. They also help us to look nicely. How does a tooth go bad? The decay begins in a little crack in the enamel covering of the tooth. This happens after germs and bits of food have collected there. Then the decay slowly spreads inside the tooth. Eventually, poisonous goes into the blood, and we may feel quite ill. How can we keep our teeth healthy? First, we ought to visit our dentist twice a year. He can fill the small holes in our teeth before they destroy the teeth. He can examine our teeth to check that they are growing in the right way. Fortunate, many people wait until they have toothache before they see a dentist. Secondly, we should brush our teeth with a toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day once after breakfast and once before we go to bed. We can also use wood toothpicks to clean between our teeth after a meal. Thirdly, we should eat food that is good for or teeth and our body: milk, cheese, fish, brown bread, potatoes, red rice, raw vegetables and fresh fruit. Chocolate, sweets, biscuits and cakes are bad, especially when we eat it between meals. They are harmful because they stick to our teeth and cause decay.
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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. 
61. Little Angela hasn’t got .. her shyness yet.
62. The garage gave me a 5 per cent discount .. paying cash.
63. Our teacher explains things so quickly that sometimes I can’t keep up .. her.
64. I’m so sorry I’m late, the car broke .. on my way here.
65. Peter, you’re a stupid little boy! Stop showing .. like that.
66. Children should be prohibited .. smoking.
67. Everyone in the village was concerned .. the plans for the new road.
68. It was a good attempt, but it didn’t really come .. , which was a pity.
69. He confessed to me that he had just been converted .. some strange religion.
70. We are fortunate .. having sufficient supplies of fuel for the winter.
KỸ NĂNG NGÔN NGỮ 
PART 1: READING (2 pts - 0.1/ each)
Task 1: GUIDED CLOZE TEST 
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits each blank in the following passage.
IT’S COOL TO CAMP
For many of us, life is full of man-made sounds: traffic, machinery, television and other human beings. It is not surprising (71) ________ that camping continues to (72) ________in popularity, as it teaches us to take our focus off these distractions and (73) ________to enrich our lives. According to a recent report, one holiday (74) ________eight in Europe is a camping holiday. Despite that, some would still have you believe that camping should be considered an alternative holiday that you are driven towards because money is (75) ________ nonsense. It is a lifestyle choice to be embraced and enjoyed, for it (76) ________us the freedom to explore in our own time and (77) ________ our own speed. The opportunities available for (78) ________camping with some form of recreational activity are as varied as Europe’s many thousands of miles of hiking trails, cycling routes, canals, rivers and lakes. Whether your chosen form of activity is recreational or competitive, a sociable hobby or a way of (79) ________the crowds, there can be nothing more pleasurable than sitting outside your tent after a day of activity with only the hum of dragonflies and the gas stove (80) ________the peace. And just remember: whatever form of camping you choose, as long as you are out there enjoying yourself and the surroundings, the rest of the world can wait.
71. 	A. therefore	B. nevertheless	C. so	D. though
72. 	A. enlarge	B. grow	C. raise	D. stretch
73. 	A. contributes	B. gives	C. supplies	D. helps
74. 	A. from	B. on	C. for	D. in
75. 	A. hard	B. rare	C. tight	D. slim
76. 	A. lets	B. opens	C. allows	D. enables
77. 	A. of	B. at	C. by	D. to
78. 	A. mixing	B. attaching	C. adding	D. uniting
79. 	A. escaping 	B. separating	C. clearing	D. departing
80. 	A. stopping	B. annoying 	C. disturbing 	D. breaking
Task 2: READING COMPREHENSION 
Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question below. 
A balanced diet contains proteins, which are composed of complex amino acids. There are 20 types of amino acids, comprising about 16 percent of the body weight in a lean individual. A body needs all 20 to be healthy. Amino acids can be divided into two groups: essential and nonessential. There are 9 essential amino acids. These are the proteins that the body cannot produce by itself, so a healthy individual must ingest them. The 11 nonessential amino acids, on the other hand, are produced by the body, so it is not necessary to ingest them. Proteins are described as being either 
high-quality or low-quality, depending on how many of the 9 essential amino acids the food contains. High-quality proteins, typically found in animal meats, are proteins that have ample amounts of the essential amino acids. Low-quality proteins are mainly plant proteins and usually lack one or more of the essential amino acids. Since people who follow a strict vegetarian diet are ingesting only low-quality proteins, they must make sure that their diets contain a variety of proteins, in order to ensure that what is lacking in one food is available in another. This process of selecting a variety of the essential proteins is called protein complementation. Since an insufficient amount of protein in the diet can be crippling, and prolonged absence of proteins can cause death, it is imperative that a vegetarian diet contains an ample amount of the essential proteins.
81. With what topic is this passage primarily concerned?
A. the 20 types of amino acids 	B. high- and low-quality proteins 
C. the process of complementation 	D. healthy diets for vegetarians 
82. The word "lean" in line 2 could be best replaced by
A. thin 	B. fat 	C. tall 	D. short 
83. The word "ingest" in line 5 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
A. meager 	B. frequent 	C. substantial 	D. harmful 
84. Which of the following would NOT be an example of a low-quality protein?
A. legumes 	B. apples 	C. grains 	D. tuna 
85. According to the passage, a vegetarian could die from insufficient protein ingestion if he or she
A. did not follow a varied and properly protein-complemented diet. 
B. ate too many animal proteins,and could not digest them properly. 
C. did not follow a diet in which nonessential proteins were ingested. 	
D. ate too many low-quality proteins. 
86. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word "crippling" as used in line 19?
A. discouraging 	B. betraying 	C. incapacitating 	D. amazing 
87. Which of the following words could best replace the word "prolonged" in line 15?
A. narrow 	B. hollow 	C. hard-hearted 	D. extended 
88. In line 15, the word "imperative" can be best replaced by
A. crucial 	B. impossible 	C. wonderful 	D. satisfying 
89. Which of the following best describes the author's tone in this passage?
A. forceful 	B. light 	C. casual 	D. argumentative 
90. Which statement best describes the organization of this passage?
A. Contrasting views concerning proteins are compared. 
B. The author moves from a general comment to a specific argument. 
C. A statement is given and its cause is then discussed. 
D. Items are discussed in their order of importance. 
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. 
91. He speaks more persuasively than his brother.
@ He is a 	 
92. Mary told the police about the burglary.
@ Mary reported 	
93. It is said that the thief stole everything in the house.
@ Everything 	
94. I only recognized him when he came into light.
@ Not until 	 
95. “You had better go to see the doctor immediately,” Jone said. (advised)
@ 	
96. She liked Paris very little and Rome less. (worse)
@	
97. I called my uncle for some advice. (order)
@ 	
98. Freda still hasn’t decided if she’ll study medicine or law next year. (mind) 
@ Freda still hasn’t .. to study medicine or law next year. 
99. I wish I hadn’t phoned my sister-in-law. (regret) 
@ I .. that phone call to my sister-in-law.
100. I have absolutely no interest in TV reality shows. appeal
@ TV reality shows .. in the least. 
101. It's a pity I had to sell my car. (wish)
@ I .. sell my car.
102. It looks as if he's forgotten about the meeting again. (have)
@ He seems .. about the meeting again.
103. He said to me, “I won’t go until I meet your manager”. (insisted)
@ He .. my manager.
104. We feel uncomfortable in the house. (fish)
@ We feel .. in the house.
105. In the area, Vietnam was far better than all other countries in football in 2018. (shoulders)
@ In the area, .. .. all other countries in football in 2018. 
Part 2: Write a paragraph about this topic.
Using cell phones and computers have made communication among people much easier. What is your point of view about it?
THE END 
SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ THI SỐ 03
(Đề thi này gồm có 08 trang)
KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 
ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH (Chuyên)
Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút 
Họ và tên thí sinh:...............................................................số báo danh:....................
A. LISTENING (1 pt)
Part 1. You will hear part of an interview with a boy called Simon who is helping to protect the environment. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C to best asnwer each of the following questions.
1. Simon enjoys taking his boat onto the River Stanton because _______.
A. he knows many people who go there.
B. the speed of the water makes it exciting.
C. it is the closest river to his home town.
2. Simon noticed that the river water _______.
A. was getting lower and lower.
B. was too dark to let him see the bottom.
C. was having a negative effect on him.
3. Simon learned more about the problem with the river _______.
A. by looking on the internet.
B. by asking the people who owned the river.
C. by talking to his school teachers.
4. Why did Simon do a special course?
A. to join an organization that protects the river.
B. to learn about the geography of the river.
C. to be able to check the water quality of the river.
5. Simon is pleased because _______.
	A. the company causing the problem closed.
B. he found a way to reduce the problem.
C. he discovered new plants that live in the river.
Part 2. You will hear some information about a café for young people. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space.
NOTES ABOUT THE RAINBOW CAFÉ
* This is a special café for teenagers which opened last month.
* The café is run by a (6) committee of ten local teenagers.
* The teenagers got a grant worth (7) £ 3,000 / three thousand to start the café.
* They need some more teenagers to work as cooks in the café.
* The café is currently open every (8) Sunday from 1.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.
* The café serves a range of hot and cold drinks and some (9) sandwiches
* To get more information, call (10) 01903 764211 or visit www.youthcafe.com.
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. appealed 	B. denied 	C. hoped	D. trained
12. 	A. doubt 	B. thumb 	C. subtle 	D. absorb
Task 2: Choose the word (A, B, c or D) whose main stress pattern is different from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
13. 	A. interfere 	B. entertain 	C. difference	D. magazine
14. 	A. impossible 	B. geography 	C. information	D. convenience
15. 	A. ethnic 	B. nuclear 	C. sewage 	D. persuade
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.
16. Tom: “Can I borrow your umbrella for a day?” TMK: “___________”
A. With pleasure	B. Ready 	C. Welcome 	D. Yes, I can
	"Tôi có thể mượn chiếc ô của bạn một ngày được không?" -"tôi rất sẵn lòng" 
17. -“What a new nice style of hair you have it cut!” “___________.”
A. Yes, please	B. It’s from Italy	
C. Thank you 	D. No, I think it’s suitable for me.
	Kiểu tóc bạn mới cắt đẹp quá! cảm ơn 
18. Reese: remember, they want someone who works well with people . You’re going to show them how easy- going and personable you are! 
Kent: ________.
A. wait and see. Thanks 	B. thanks .I hope you 
C. you see what I am like. Don’t worry 	D. Thanks. I’ll keep that in mind
	Ta thấy câu Reese nói có “remember .. – Hãy nhớ ” câu mệnh lệnh chỉ nhắc nhở
	=> Đáp án phù hợp nhất là D. Thanks. I’ll keep that in mind. – Cảm ơn. Tớ sẽ nhớ.
19. Bill: -“Where can we meet?” – Joanna: “___________.”
A. at your house 	B. I do not know 
C. I do not want to meet you 	D. It’s up to you
	-“ where can we meet ? ” Chúng ta có thể gặp nhau ở đâu?
	It’s up to you. – Tùy bạn. => Nghĩa là người hỏi sẽ chọn địa điểm gặp.
20. - “A bat can hear from a long distance .” “________”
A. You bet 	B. Yes, good hearer C. No, you can be so sure D. You know a bat well
	Một vận động viên bóng chày có khả năng nghe từ khoảng cách xa. 
	A. you bet: dĩ nhiên. – chỉ sự đồng tình
PART 3: SYNONYM AND ANTONYM (0.5 pts - 0.1/ each)
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. 
21. When their rent increased from 200 to 400 a month, they protested against such a tremendous increase. 
	A. light 	B. huge 	C. tiring 	D. difficult 
22. In 1952, Akihito was officially proclaimed heir to the Japanese throne. 
	A. installed 	B. declared 	C. denounced 	D. advise 
23. The augmentation in the population has created a fuel shortage.
	A. increase 	B.necessity 	C. demand 	D. decrease 
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.
24. During the five- decade history the Asian Games have been advancing in all aspects. 
	A. holding at 	B. holding back 	C. holding to 	D. holding by 
25. The distinction between schooling and education implied by this remark is important. 
	A. explicit 	B. implicit 	C. obscure 	D. odd 
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. 
26. It is imperative ________ what to do when there is a fire.
A. he must know about B. that everyone know C. we knew	D. that he knew
27. Our industrial output ________ from $2 million in 2002 to $4 million this year.
A. was rising	B. rises	C. rose	D. has risen
28. That hotel is so expensive. They________ you sixty pounds for bed and breakfast.
A. charge	 B. fine	C. take	D. cost 
29. Under no circumstances________in public places.
A. should we allow to be smoked	B. should smoking be allowed
C. we should allow smoking	D. smoking should be allowed
30. The carefully nurtured gardens with a wide________of flowers and fruit trees have added elegance to this place and made it a major tourist attraction.
A. amount	B. number	C. species	D. variety
31. Visitors to the local museum are mostly attracted by___________ table.
A. an old wooden Chinese beautiful 	B. an old beautiful wooden Chinese
C. a wooden old beautiful Chinese 	D. a beautiful old Chinese wooden
32. While I was looking through my old albums the other day, I ________ this photograph of my parents' wedding.
A. saw about	B. looked down	C. came across	D. made up
33. We've already bought the house but won't ________ it until May, when the present occupants have moved out.
A. take possession of	B. keep track of	C. catch sight of	D. gain recognition of
- take possession of = become owner of = chiếm hữu, chiếm lấy
Ex: You can't take possession of the house until all the papers have been signed.
- keep track of = maintain a record = theo dõi
Ex: Please carefully keep track of your expenses during the trip.
- catch sight of = get a glimpse of = see for a moment thoáng thấy
Ex: I caught sight of her getting on the bus when I came out of the bookstore
- gain recognition of (v) được mọi người thừa nhận
34. ________my mother's encouragement, I wouldn't have made such a daring decision.
A. In spite of	B. Providing	C. But for	D. Due to
35. The young lady sat still in the afternoon breeze, with her hair________her back.
A. streaming down	B. fallen against	C. flowed down	D. running over
36. Mai is a student in Ms Lan's writing class. She is asking for Ms Lan's comments on her last essay. Select the most suitable response to fill in the blank.
- Mai. "You must have found reading my essay very tiring." - Ms Lan. "________. I enjoyed it."
A. You are welcome	B. Just in case	C. At all costs	D. Not in the least
not in the least = not at all 
I am not in the least suspicious of it. 
She wasn't in the least afraidher Dad was with her
37. My car may be ugly, but it's certainly ________ . In fact, I haven't had any problem with it for over five years.
A. dependable	B. dependent	C. independent	D. dependant
38. Books and magazines________around made his room very untidy.
A. lying	B. which lied	C. laying	D. that lie
39. Having traveled to different parts of our country, ________.
A. many interesting lifestyles and customs have been learned by us.
B. we have learned a lot about interesting lifestyles and customs.
C. much has been learned about interesting lifestyles and customs.
D. we are seeing a lot of interesting lifestyles and customs.
40. He wasn't attending the lecture properly and missed most of________.
A. what the teacher said	B. which the teacher said
C. things said by the teacher	D. that the teacher said
41. Angela’s enthusiasm makes________ her lack of work experience.
A. off with	B. up with	C. up for	D. up to
42. After the car crash last night, all the injured ________ to the hospital in an ambulance.
A. was rushing	B. were rushed	C. was rushed	D. were rushing
43. “The inflation rate in Venezuela is five times________my country,” he said.
A. as much as	B. more than	C. as many as that in	D. as high as that in
44. If you don’t stop smoking, you ________ the risk of developing chronic bronchitis.
A. bear	B. take	C. make	D. run
run the risk of doing sth có nguy cơ
Anyone travelling without a passport run the risk of being arrested
45. With ________, it is obvious that our approach to the problem was completely wrong.
A. retrospect	B. hindsight 	C. afterthought	D. review
with hindsight = the ability to understand a situation only after it has happened
With hindsight, I should have seen the warning signs
II. TỰ LUẬN KIẾN THỨC NGÔN NGỮ (1,5 điểm)
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. It is not advisable to stay up late the night before a test. (advise)
47. The idea of working four, 10-hour work days was attractive to the employees. (attract)
48. The major attraction of the show was a speech by the president. (attract)
49. The attorney's persistent questioning weakened the witness. (persist)
50. Their disapproval of the plan caused the experiment to be abandoned. (approve)
51. It was obvious that the house was built haphazardly. (haphazard)
52. His advancement to captain came unexpectedly. (advance)
53. The distribution of seeds is very quick with this new machine. (distribute)
54. His teacher gave him the encouragement that he needed to learn the material. (encourage)
55. John presented persuasively the argument for his salary increase. (persuade)
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.
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