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đề thi học sinh giỏi tiếng anh lớp 12 năm 2014

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO GIALAI KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI CẤP TỈNH THPT ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2014 2015 Môn thi: TIẾNG ANHNgày thi: 22/10/2014Thời gian thi: 180 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) (Đề thi gồm 11 trang)• Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu kể cả từ điển và giám thị không giải thích gì thêmĐiểm bài thiBằng số: ……………………………..Bằng chữ: ………………………… Họ tên và chữ ký giám khảoGK ………………………………….GK …………………………………. Mật mãI. LISTENING (50/200 points) HƯỚNG DẪN PHẦN THI NGHE HIỂU• Bài nghe gồm phần, mỗi phần được nghe lần, mỗi lần cách nhau 15 giây• Mọi hướng dẫn cho thí sinh (bằng tiếng Anh) đã có trong bài nghe.PART Questions 1-5You will hear five different cyclists talking about long-distance race they took part in. For questions 1-5, choose from the list (A-F) what each speaker says. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use.A. started the race but then decided not to continue.B. had to change bicycles during the race. Speaker 1C. felt...

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO GIALAI KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI CẤP TỈNH THPT ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2014 2015 Môn thi: TIẾNG ANHNgày thi: 22/10/2014Thời gian thi: 180 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) (Đề thi gồm 11 trang)• Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu kể cả từ điển và giám thị không giải thích gì thêmĐiểm bài thiBằng số: ……………………………..Bằng chữ: ………………………… Họ tên và chữ ký giám khảoGK ………………………………….GK …………………………………. Mật mãI. LISTENING (50/200 points) HƯỚNG DẪN PHẦN THI NGHE HIỂU• Bài nghe gồm phần, mỗi phần được nghe lần, mỗi lần cách nhau 15 giây• Mọi hướng dẫn cho thí sinh (bằng tiếng Anh) đã có trong bài nghe.PART Questions 1-5You will hear five different cyclists talking about long-distance race they took part in. For questions 1-5, choose from the list (A-F) what each speaker says. Use the letters only once. There is one extra letter which you do not need to use.A. started the race but then decided not to continue.B. had to change bicycles during the race. Speaker 1C. felt uncomfortable on my bicycle throughout the race. Speaker 2D. had done some serious physical training for the race. Speaker 3E. think the organisers of the race were inefficient. Speaker 4F. was satisfied with my performance in the race. Speaker 5PART Questions 16Questions 6-8: Multiple choiceChoose the correct letter -C6. One of the aims of this lecture isA. to describe how art supports society.B. to define contemporary art.C. to define artistic experiences.7. It is important for the students toA. agree with the lecturer’s ideas.B. utilize their past experiences.C. revisit galleries to look at contemporary art.8. The students will ultimately have toA. write critical analysis.B. write 2000 words.C. write an art review.6. 7. 8.1Questions 13: Sentence completionComplete the sentences using NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS and/or NUMBER9. The French revolution began in ________________________________ and marked the beginning of what is known as the modern era in art.10. Contemporary art is best viewed as any works of art from the period beginning _________________________ until today.11. One of the disadvantages of official art is its ___________________________ nature.12. Art is subsidized by governments or wealthy individuals like ________________________________13. ________________________________ art, also known as amateur art, is now becoming more widely acceptable.Questions 14-16: Short answer questionsAnswer the following questions using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer14. What do graffiti artists damage? ________________________________15. What can contemporary art teach us about? _______________________________16. What can contemporary art influence? ________________________________PART 3Questions 17-25You will hear radio news report about “Google”, popular Internet search engine. Listen and fill the gaps withthe missing information.Google’s success is such that the brand name has become (17) _________________ For its success, Google relied on (18) _________________ which is particularly old-fashioned way to market aproduct. Google is now the official search engine for top global (19) _________________ American Online.The professor mentioned by the reporter used the word “googling” to indicate that, rather than being involved inserious (20) _________________, he was just browsing.He was searching the (21) _________________ in relaxed manner looking for things to interest him. The majority of (22) _________________ use Google to search the Net.The brand name has become so widely used that it is sometimes spelt without its (23) ________________.The verb “to google” literally means searching for what is of use to you through vast quantity of (24) _________________.“ Google” is variant spelling of “googol”, term invented by mathematician’s (25) ________________ severaldecades ago.II. LEXICO- GRAMMAR (30/200 points)Part 1: Choose the word or phrase that best completes each sentence. Write your answer (A, B, C, or D) in the numbered box. 26. He was sad at the sight of the old woman ____________ down to the store every morning.A. hobbling B. pacing C. striding D. staggering27. The rates for overtime in the USA are generally known as ____________.A. pay-plus-one-half B. an hour and half C. hour plus half D. time-and-a-half28. Books are all closed at the end of an accounting period. more common term for an accounting period is ___________ period.A. physical B. fiscal C. focal D. foreclosed29. Derek was ____________ from military service on health grounds.A. ejected B. barred C. earmarked D. exempted30. am _______ appalled by the thoughtless attitude of people who needlessly endanger other people's lives by using mobiles while driving.A. tremendously B. terribly C. awfully D. utterly31. This holiday offer does seem ____________ attractive but think we are going to have to pass on it because of the high cost.A. avidly B. absolutely C. irresistably D. heavily32. Deborah and Simon can't stand each other. There is deep ______ between them.2A. animosity B. anarchy C. anomally D. allusion33. When you've finished watching the film, can you just ________________ yourself out, because I'm going now.A. take B. make C. see D. get34. If you want good flat in London, you have to pay through the ____________ for it.A. mouth B. ear C. lip D. nose35. Charlie’s ____________ again, he forgot to lock up last night.A. in the bath B. in hot water C. in the shower D. in the ocean36. We decided to celebrate by going out and painting the town ____________.A. red B. purple C. gold D. brown37. Many schools set lot of ____________ by the success of their students in examinations.A. prize B. store C. honour D. value38. The manager ____________ that all the customers should be searched.A. predicted B. insisted C. obliged D. told39. It has been established ____________ dispute that Ebola virus disease can be cured.A. past B. over C. beyond D. outside40. As the evening ____________ on, became more and more bored.A. passed B. drew C. stuck D. wore26. 27. 28. 29. 30.31. 32. 33. 34. 35.36. 37. 38. 39. 40.Part 2: Read the text below. Use the word in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form word that fits in the space in the same line. THE BUSINESS OF “BLING”41. 42. 43. 44.45. 46. 47. 48.Part 3: Some lines of the text are correct and some contain an extra word which should not be there. From questions 49-55, identify EXTRA WORDS AND THE LINES containing them. There are many customs and superstitions associated with weddings,2 most of which had originated centuries ago. In the past, wedding was seen3 as time when people that were particularly susceptible to bad luck4 and evil spirits. Some traditions, such as the bride is not being seen by the groom in her wedding dress before the ceremony, are known It was New Orleans rapper named “BG” that first coined theterm “bling bling” to describe his taste in (0) flashy jewellery. Since FLASHthen, it has certainly not gone (41) …………… as NOTICEfashion statement. In fact, it has become the byword for (42) ……………, extravagant lifestyle. The term is so GLAMOURwidespread that it’s even entered English dictionaries. Blingmeans big money, so it’s hardly (43) ……………that people are keen SURPRISEon experimenting with bling including even the most traditionaljewellery companies. When footballer David Beckham wanted agift for his wife, he turned to New York designer. Better knownto his clients as “Jacob the Jeweller”, he sent pink diamond ringto Spain so that Beckham could surprise his wife with the (44)…………… present. It meant Jacob could add another celebrity EXPECTto his list of customers.But he isn’t the only one catering for such high-profile people.Other New York jewellers have client lists that are (45)…………… INCREASEmade up of hip-hop and R&B stars. The value of hip-hop as amusic and lifestyle industry is put at an (46)…………… $10 million CREDIBLEannually. As with the world of fashion, hip-hop stars are nowjoining in and (47)…………… creating jewellery lines of their own. FEVERAnd they face fierce competition from those in the rap world.It seems jewellery is much more than (48)…………… accessory. BASEPerhaps the era of bling is only just beginning.36 throughout the UK and many other parts of the world too. Others may be regional or can even maintained within families from generation to generation. Whether they are widespread or specific to small group, they are maintained in the belief that they10 will bring the good luck and happiness to the couple at time 11 when their lives are changing, hopefully for the better. In day 12 gone by, when the marriage proposals were more formal, the prospective13 groom sent his friends or his members of his family to represent his interests14 to the prospective bride and her family. If they saw blind man,15 monk or pregnant woman during their journey it was thought that16 the marriage would be doomed to failure as if they continue their journey,17 so they had to go home and start again! If, however, they saw goats, pigeons 18 or wolves, these were good omens which would not bring good fortune 19 to the marriage.Question Line Extra word0 Had49505152535455III. READING (50/200 points)Part 1: Read the following passage and decide which answer best fits each gap. Write your answer (A, B, C, or D) in corresponding numbered boxes.A ROMANTIC RESORTThere are more than ten all-inclusive resorts (56) __________ in the most exotic and picturesque areas of Jamaica.Everything is taken care of, from hotel (57) __________ to evening entertainment. At all of the resorts, you will notpay for single meal, drink or sports activity and if you try to tip, you will be politely refused. Why? Becauseeverything is (58) __________.Sandals Resort is the perfect (59) __________ if you want to rekindle romance. This tropical hideway was createdespecially for couples. Walk along seven mile (60) __________ of beach where the only other person you arelikely to see is your significant other. At night, (61) __________ in fine cuisine and dance the night away to liveentertainment.56. A. positioned B. placed C. situated D. sited57. A. transfers B. relocations C. moves D. shifts58. A. incorporated B. included C. integrated D. involved59. A. terminal B. destination C. goal D. end60. A. length B. stretch C. track D. spell61. A. rejoice B. pamper C. indulge D. exult56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61.IT’S ALL IN THE MAGNETSYoshihiro Kyotani is jolly man, with mischievous (62) __________ in his eye. Now 75, he has (63) __________40 years of his working life to Japan Railways and is one of the engineers behind the bullet train. From his office(64) __________ the maze of railway tracks that (65) __________ through the centre of Tokyo, he obliginglyexplains the technology he refers to as TTS Tube Train System. The principle of TTS is based on super-conducting magnets. Superconductivity is the phenomenon whereby some materials, when (66) __________ to lowtemperatures, lose all resistance to electrical currents. Kyotina’s TTS would make use of magnets to both levitatethe train, and to (67) __________ it forward with series of magnetic pulses from the side of the track.462. A. glow B. twinkle C. speck D. wink63. A. expended B. bequeathed C. dedicated D. surrendered64. A. overseeing B. overlooking C. overhanging D. overlapping65. A. twirls B. coils C. curves D. snakes66. A. cooled B. reduced C. frozen D. thawed67. A. pluck B. propel C. compress D. rotate62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67.Part 2: Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in each space. Write you answers in CAPITAL LETTERS in corresponding numbered boxes.THE KARAOKE CULTUREWe live in culture that values participation over ability: the karaoke culture. (68) ……….. broadcasting, itseems we cannot escape the vougue for “access TV”, “people shows” and “video diaries”. (69) ………… is ourapparent obsession with documenting our own lives (70)…………, in future, programmes will be replaced bycameras in every room, so that we can watch (71)………… endlessly on TV. In the countless shows that fill ourdaytime schedules, (72)………… audience has become the star. The (73) ………… with this “inclusive” culture isthat it knows (74) ………… bounds. The public make programmes, the public participate in programmes, the publicbecome performers. Anybody (75) ………… do it!But there is world of(76) ………… between enjoying something and joining in. If we all join in, (77)………… is the point of artists or experts? If everything is accessible, (78)………… can be no mystery, nomystique. Is there (79)………… beauty in knowledge, pleasure in learning from true expert? love listening toa genius and learning from (or even just appreciating) his or her skill. (80)………… assume then that can “have ago at” their craft (81)………… be monstrous impudence on my part. Worse still is the dismissal of somethingdifficult or demanding (82)………… “elitist”. We don’t (83)………… to brilliant glassblower, juggler or plastereras “elitist”, yet because we all use words and can all sing, anyone who aspires to greatness in these arts isconsidered elitist by some people.68. 69. 70. 71.72. 73. 74. 75.76. 77. 78. 79.80. 81. 82. 83.Part 3: You are going to read text about woman who spent day with her mobile phone switched off as partof an experiment. Seven sentences have been removed from the text. Choose from sentences A-H the one whichbest fits each gap (84-90). There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use.Journalist Sandra Mills took part in an experiment to see if she could get through twenty-four hours without hermobile phone. Here's what happened:Day Hour 1. My mobile is lying on the bedside table. It's still switched on. The screensaver of my baby son seemsto be staring at me in reproach. I'm supposed to have switched it off by now. will. Just give me minute.At 8:30 the phone rings. don't answer because I'm convinced that it's someone ringing to check up on me.(84)________________. give my office and home numbers as alternatives. It's not exactly cheating, but supposeit is bending the rules slightly. Then switch it off.5Leaving the phone at home is the first hurdle. What if the train crashes and need to call my loved ones to say lastgoodbye? What if like the man who got lost in the mountains fall down ravine and the only way out is an SOSmessage? “You're being ridiculous!” tell myself (85) ________________. take his advice, leave the phone on thetable by the front door and step into the world without it. When get to work, the phone on my desk rings. friend is worried about me and wants to know if everything isalright. (86) ________________. She thinks this sounds terrible. Her mobile isn't working properly, but she is soaddicted she can't even get it fixed. Every time she takes it to be repaired, the people in the shop say it's going totake three hours. She can't bear to be without it for that long. understand how she feels.At about 11:30 very strange thing happens. hear my phone ring. It's definitely mine because am the only one inthe office with salsa ring tone. check my bag. (87) ________________. left it at home. Remember? hear itring again and then realise that it's just my imagination. My phone is haunting me. It's like being in horror movie.At lunchtime, meet up with some friends and they all sit down, and put their phones on the table so that they canbe sure not to miss single call or message. It's as if they were physically tied to their phones.(88)________________. It's bit like when you have given up smoking and you see other people lightingcigarettes. still keep hearing my phone ringing, but am getting used to being without it. It's making my feel quiteadventurous. decide to walk back to the office instead of catching the bus. For whole ten minutes no one cancontact me. By the end of the afternoon have completely forgotten about my phone. catch the train home and actually enjoythe journey. spent Friday evening peacefully with my husband and children. (89) ________________. neverthought I'd say it, but it's bliss.The next day it takes me until lunch to remember to switch the thing back on. There are twelve voicemail messagesand few texts. There is nothing very important though. (90) ________________. The others can wait for me tocall them back, when it's convenient for me. A. Everyone who really needed to managed to get hold of me.B. My phone isn't there, of course.C. My husband agrees with me.D. There are no interruptions and no one demanding long conversations.E. Instead, record message explaining that I'm going to be without my phone for two days.F. My brother calls to remind me it's my mother's birthday next week.G. explain that I'm taking part in an experiment to spend twenty-four hours with my mobile switched off.H. Without mine, feel liberated and even bit pleased with myself.84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90.Part 4: Read the passage and answer questions 91 -105A HISTORY OF FINGERPRINTINGA To detectives, the answers lie at the end of our fingers. Fingerprinting offers an accurate and infallible means ofpersonal identification. The ability to identify person from mere fingerprint is powerful tool in the fight againstcrime. It is the most commonly used forensic evidence, often outperforming other methods of identification. Thesedays, older methods of ink fingerprinting, which could take weeks, have given way to newer, faster techniques likefingerprint laser scanning, but the principles stay the same. No matter which way you collect fingerprint evidence,every single person's print is unique. So, what makes our fingerprints different from our neighbor’s?6B good place to start is to understand what fingerprints are and how they are created.A fingerprint is the arrangement of skin ridges and furrows on the tips of the fingers. This ridged skin develops fullyduring foetal development, as the skin cells grow in the mother's womb. These ridges are arranged into patterns andremain the same throughout the course of person's life. Other visible human characteristics, like weight andheight, change over time whereas fingerprints do not. The reason why every fingerprint is unique is that when ababy's genes combine with environmental influences, such as temperature, it affects the way the ridges on the skingrow. It makes the ridges develop at different rates, buckling and bending into patterns. As result, no two peopleend up having the same fingerprints. Even identical twins possess dissimilar fingerprints.C It is not easy to map the journey of how the unique quality of the fingerprint came to be discovered. Themoment in history it happened is not entirely clear. However, the use of fingerprinting can be traced back to someancient civilisations, such as Babylon and China, where thumbprints were pressed onto clay tablets to confirmbusiness transactions. Whether people at this time actually realised the full extent of how fingerprints wereimportant for identification purposes is another matter altogether. One cannot be sure if the act was seen as meansto confirm identity or symbolic gesture to bind contract, where giving your fingerprint was like giving yourword.D Despite this uncertainty, there are those who made significant contribution towards the analysis offingerprinting. History tells us that 14 th century Persian doctor made an early statement that no two fingerprints arealike. Later, in the 17 th century, Italian physician Marcello Malpighi studied the distinguishing shapes of loops andspirals in fingerprints. In his honour, the medical world later named layer of skin after him. It was, however, anemployee for the East India Company, William Herschel, who came to see the true potential of fingerprinting. Hetook fingerprints from the local people as form of signature for contracts, in order to avoid fraud. His fascinationwith fingerprints propelled him to study them for the next twenty years. He developed the theory that fingerprintswere unique to an individual and did not change at all over lifetime. In 1880 Henry Faulds suggested thatfingerprints could be used to identify convicted criminals. He wrote to Charles Darwin for advice, and the idea wasreferred on to Darwin's cousin, Sir Francis Galton. Galton eventually published an in-depth study of fingerprintscience in 1892.E Although the fact that each person has totally unique fingerprint pattern had been well documented andaccepted for long time, this knowledge was not exploited for criminal identification until the early 20 th century. Inthe past, branding, tattooing and maiming had been used to mark the criminal for what he was. In some countries,thieves would have their hands cut off. France branded criminals with the fleur-de-lis symbol. The Romans tattooedmercenary soldiers to stop them from becoming deserters.F For many years police agencies in the Western world were reluctant to use fingerprinting, much preferring thepopular method of the time, the Bertillon System, where dimensions of certain body parts were recorded to identifya criminal. The turning point was in 1903 when prisoner by the name of Will West was admitted into LeavenworthFederal Penitentiary. Amazingly, Will had almost the same Bertillon measurements as another prisoner residing atthe very same prison, whose name happened to be William West. It was only their fingerprints that could tell themapart. From that point on, fingerprinting became the standard for criminal identification.G Fingerprinting was useful in identifying people with history of crime and who were listed on database.However, in situations where the perpetrator was not on the database and crime had no witnesses, the system fellshort. Fingerprint chemistry is new technology that can work alongside traditional fingerprinting to find moreclues than ever before. From organic compounds left behind on print, scientist can tell if the person is child, anadult, mature person or smoker, and much more. It seems, after all these years, fingers continue to point the way.Questions 91-97The Reading Passage has seven paragraphs, A-G.Choose the correct heading for paragraphs A-G from the list of headings below.List of Headingsi Key people that made differenceii An alternative to fingerprintingiii The significance of printsiv How to identify criminal Patterns in the makingvi Family connections7vii Exciting new developmentsviii strange coincidenceix Punishing criminal An uncertain past91. Paragraph A92. Paragraph B93.Paragraph C94. Paragraph D95. Paragraph E96. Paragraph F97. Paragraph G91. 92. 93.94. 95. 96. 97.Questions 98-100Complete the sentences.Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the passage for each answer.98. Unlike other ____________________________ that you can see, fingerprints never change.99. Although genetically the same, ___________________________ do not share the same fingerprints.100. fingerprint was substitute for __________________________ in Indian contracts.Questions 101-105Do the following statements agree with the information given in Reading Passage ?WriteTRUE if the statement agrees with the informationFALSE if the statement contradicts the informationNOT GIVEN if there is no information on this101. Fingerprinting is the only effective method for identifying criminals.102. The ridges and patterns that make up fingerprints develop before birth.103. Malpighi conducted his studies in Italy.104. Roman soldiers were tattooed to prevent them from committing violent crimes.105. Fingerprint chemistry can identify if fingerprint belongs to an elderly person.101. 102. 103. 104. 105.IV. WRITING: (50/ 200 points) Part Finish each of the following sentences in such way that it is as similar as possible in meaning tothe original sentence. Use the word given in brackets. Do not change the form of the given words .106. You can’t possibly expect me to have supper ready by o’clock. QUESTION………………………………………………………………..107. This contract is not binding until we both sign it. BOUND………………………………………………………………..108. You shouldn’t take his help for granted. ASSUME8………………………………………………………………..109. He talked about nothing expect the weather. SOLE………………………………………………………………..110. It is stupid of you to refuse Richard’s offer of loan. IDIOT………………………………………………………………..Part 2: For questions 111-115, complete the second sentences so that it has similar meaning to the firstsentence, using the words given. Do not change the word given. You must use between THREE AND EIGHTWORDS, including the word given.111. Anthony wasn’t at all discouraged by this bad experience.PUTThis bad weather …………………………………………………………least.112. After announcing his resignation, he said that he had done nothing improper.DENYAfter announcing his resignation, he went ……………………………………………………..improper.113. There came time when completely ran out of patience.STAGEI …………………………………………………………………………more patience left.114. Francis chose computing rather than marketing for his next course.PREFERENCEFrancis opted ………………………………………………………………marketing for his next course.115. tried not to get involved in that situation.MIXEDI tried to avoid………………………………………………………………..that situation.Part The graphs below provide information on global population figures and figures for urban populations in different world regions.Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.Write at least 150 words. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population9………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Part 4: Disruptive school students have negative influence on others. Students who are noisy and disobedient should be grouped together and taught separately.Do you agree or disagree with this view? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your experience.You should write at least 250 words.( NB: You may continue your writing on the back page if you need more space)……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………10Trên đây chỉ là phần trích dẫn 10 trang đầu của tài liệu và có thế hiển thị lỗi font, bạn muốn xem đầyđủ tài liệu gốc thì ấn vào nút Tải về phía dưới.

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