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Doc24.vn BỘ GlÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO CỘNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHỦ NGHĨA VIỆT NAMTRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC SƯ PHẠM HÀ NỘl Độc lập Tự do Hạnh phúcĐỀ THI TUYỂN S1NHVÀO TRƯỜNG TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG CHUYÊN NĂM 2015Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH(Dùng cho thí sinh thi vào chuyên Anh)Thời gian làm bài: 120 phútMã đề số: 210Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.Question au ghter B. au ght C. au ghter D. au gmentQuestion A. in line B. eradi ate exa erbate D. en losureQuestion A. friend B. opinion picnic D. computer sQuestion A. chimpanz ee B. interview ee C. refug ee committ eeQuestion A. liteness nversation C. res lution D. intr ductionChoose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.Question I'd love to have lived in the old days, when people.......to market by horse and carriage.A. have been travelling B. got used to travellingC would travel D. had been travellingQuestion I'll give you the phone number of my hotel so that you can reach me if anything happens.......anything happen. want you lo look after my children.A. Can B. Might C. Will ShouldQuestion We've been together through......in our friendship, and we won't desert each other now. A. bad and good thick and thin C. odds and ends D. spick and spanQuestion ......a scholarship, entered the frightening and unknown territory of private education.A. To award B. Having awardedC. To be awarded D. Having been awardedQuestion 10 Millions of people say Coke tastes best from bottle, and whether this is scientifically provableor not. These millions know they like the look of the bottle and the way it fits so......into the hand. neatly B. orderly C. tidily D. finitelyQuestion 11 Language is so......woven into human experience that it is scarcely possible to imagine lifewithout it.A tightly B. tautly C. rigidly D. stifflyQuestion 12 ......I'd like to help you out, I'm afraid just haven't got any spare money at the moment.A Much as B. Try as C. Even D. DespiteQuestion 13 She was very badly depressed after the car accident. Now she is beginning to think that therecould be light at the end of the.......A tunnel B. subway C. passage D. journeyQuestion 14 The government must......strong measures against crime.A. be seen be taking B. see to be takingC be seen to be taking D. seen to takeQuestion 15: Athough she would have preferred to carry on working, my mum........her career in order to havechildren.A. devoted B. aholishcd C. repealed D. sacrificed 1Doc24.vnQuestion 16: number of landslides have ....... Nepal since the 7.8-magnitude earthquake on 25 th April whichkilled more than 8,000 people and injured many more.A stroke B. caused C. hit D. blownChoose the word whose primary stress is placed differently from that of the others. Question 17 A. compliment B. excellent C. nominate distinguishQuestion 18 A. remember quality C. occasion D. terrificQuestion 19 worldclass B. wheelchair C. firewood D. blackmailQuestion 20 A. volunteer B. referee spiritual D. recommendQuestion 21 A. influential accessible C. rudimentary D. incidentalRead the passage and choose the best answer to each of the questions that follow. GETTING THE BEST OUT OF OUR CHILDREN There is strange paradox to the success of the Asian education model. On the one hand, class sizes are hugeby western standards with on average between 30 and 40 students per class in countries like Japan and Korea.On the other hand, school children in developed Asian economies rank among the highest in the world foracademic achievement in the areas of science and mathematics, especially on standardised tests. Meanwhile,British secondary school students fail to shine in conditions most educational researchers would say are farmore likely to help them succeed. Why do Asian students seem to perform so well then? Is it their legendary discipline? Certainly, classroommanagement seems to be whole lot easier in places like Korea, and perhaps lessons are more effective as adirect consequence. After all, we are only too aware of the decline in discipline standards in our own schools;belligerent and disrespectful students appear to be the norm these days. Teachers in Britain seem powerless tocontrol what happens any more. Surely this situation cannot create very effective learning environment, soperhaps the number of students is far less relevant than is the manner in which they conduct themselves. But there are other factors to consider, too. Korean students spend lot more time with their teachers. It seemslogical to suggest, therefore, that they might form stronger bonds and greater trust, and that Korean teachers, inunderstanding their pupils better, might be able to offer them more effective learning programme. Of course,trust and understanding leads to greater respect as well, so Korean students are probably less likely to ignoretheir teachers’ advice. Then there is the home environment. The traditional family unit still remains relatively intact in Korea. Fewchildren come from broken homes, so there is sense of security, safety and trust both at home and at school. InBritain meanwhile, one in every two marriages fails and divorce rates are sky-high. Perhaps children struggle tocope with unstable family conditions and their only way to express their frustration is by misbehaving at school.Maybe all this delinquent behaviour we are complaining about is just cry for help and plea for attention. But while the Japanese, Korean and Asian models generally do seem to produce excellent results, the statisticsdon’t tell the truth. Asian sludents tend to put their education before literally everything else. They do very fewextracurricular activities and devote far more time to their studies than their British peers. And this begs thequestion: is all that extra effort justified for few extra percentage points in some meaningless internationalstudent performance survey? So Asian students are on average 3-5% better at maths than Britons big deal!What is their qualily of life like? Remember, school days are supposed to be the best, are they not? There has been lot of attention and praise given to these Asian models and their impressive statistics of late.And without question, some of this praise is justified, but it seems to be case of two extremes in operationhere. At one end, there is the discipline and unbelievably hard work ethic of the Asian students success ineducation before all else. At the other end, Brilish students at times appear careless and extremely undisciplinedby comparison, but at least they DO have the free time to enjoy their youth and explore their interests. Is eithersystem better outright? Or is it perhaps about time we stopped comparing and started trying to combine the best 2Doc24.vnbits of both, so that we can finally offer our students balanced, worthwhile education? We are not just dealingwith statistics; never forget that every statistic is little human being somewhere who desperately needs ourhelp and guidance who deserves it.Question 22 What does the writer mean when he says there is paradox in the Asian education model? A. There are too many students in each class.B Larger classes are expected to lead to poorer results but they do not.C. Asian students outperform their peers in other countries.D. Class sizes in Asia are much smaller in other parts of the world. Question 23 British secondary school students........A. do better on standardised tests B. have larger class sizesC fail at school more than they succeed D. enjoy better classroom conditions Question 24 What does the writer suggest might make lessons in Korean schools more successful than inBritain?A. stricter classroom discipline B. better school Boards of ManagementC more effective lesson planning D. better teachersQuestion 25 What can be inferred from the utterance perhaps the number of students is far less relevant than isthe manner in which they conduct themselves? Class size does not affect student performance.B. Class size is important to maintaining control.C. How students behave might be more important than class size. D. How teachers conduct classes affects student performance.Question 26 The traditional family unit.......A. is unstable in Korea due to conditions in the home B. is bad for children that come from broken homesC. is disappearing in Korea due to high divorce rates is more common in Korea than in BritainQuestion 27 Look at the following sentence.You see, behind those great maths and science scores, there is quite remarkable work ethic. Where does the sentence best fit in the paragraph? But while the Japanese, Korean and Asian models generally do seem to produce excellent results, the statisticsdon’t tell the truth. [1] Asian sludents tend to put their education before literally everything else. They do veryfew extracurricular activities and devote far effort more time to their studies than their British peers. [2] Andthis begs the question: is all that extra effort justified for few extra percentage points in some meaninglessinternational student performance survey? So Asian students are on average 3-5% better at maths than Britons –big deal! [3] What is their qualily of life like? Remember, school days are supposed to be the best, are they not?[4] A. [4] B. [3] C. [2] [1]Question 28 According to the wriler, Asian students ........ don't allow themselves much time to relax and have funC. don't have as good work ethic as British onesD. make big deal of their good results Question 29 What are the 'too exlremes’ mentioned in the last paragraph?A good discipline and hard work ethic B. success and failureC. carelessness and indiscipline D. neglecting school and neglecting free timeQuestion 30 Which conclusion about the two educational systems discussed would the author most probablyagree with?A. Neither system is perfect. B. Both systems are quite satisfactory. 3Doc24.vnC The Asian system is obviously better. D. The British system is too strict.Read the text below and decide which answer best fits each gap. The first one has been done as anexample (0).Example (0). beginning B. first primary basicVOLUNTEERING When Pamela Janett left university to become ).....school teacher, it was by no (31)...... easy to find job.She therefore decided to go abroad as volunteer teacher for year. When she realized she would be teachingdeaf and blind children, she was (32)...... taken aback. But after month's training she felt more confident thatshe would be able to cope with the situation. The basic living conditions also (33)......as something of shock. Pamela's school was situated in remote Ethiopian village, where her accommodation (34) ......of one roomand shared bathroom. Not only was the space cramped, but there was no electricity, Internet or telephoneaccess, so she felt totally cut (35)...... from the outside world. Now back home in Britain, Pamela has used her(36) ...... experience to set up similar school for the deaf and blind which has made huge (37)......to dozensof children who would (38)......find themselves struggling to learn. She is now concentrating her efforts on(39)......her school to cater for children with other learning difficulties, too. It seems as if the more people get toknow her, the (40).....the demand is for her skills.Question 31 means B. extent C. ways D. accountQuestion 32 A. rather B. quite little D. somewhatQuestion 33 A. appeared came C. proved D. arrivedQuestion 34 A. combined consisted C. contained D. composedQuestion 35 A. down B. away C. out offQuestion 36 A. worthy valuable C. priceless D. preciousQuestion 37 A. contrast B. difference C. change transformationQuestion 38 A. furthermore nonetheless C. otherwise D. howeverQuestion 39 A. growing B. widening expanding D. stretchingQuestion 40 greater B. larger C. steeper D. taller Put each verb in brackets into suitabie tense or form. The first one has been done as an example (0).Example (0) took LEARNING TO SURVIVE Last summer (0. take ).....a three-week survival course. The purpose of the course was (41. teach ..... us howto survive outdoors, where there are no shops, no houses and no electricity. had never slept outdoors beforethe course, and here was (42. learn .....to make fire, navigate and find food in the forest. The part that (43.like .....the most was catching our own fish and cooking them over fire. While (44. do .....the course, Irealised how much people (45. depend .....on modern technology. They think that they can't survive without it.but they can if they (46. learn ..... how. did! (47. never forget) .....that course it was the greatest experienceI (48. ever have .....so far. Now think if (49. not take ).....the survival course, (50. not be .....able to dealwith so many difficult situations in life.41. teaching 42. learning 43. liked 44. doing 45. depended 46. Learn 47. will never forget 48.have ever had 49. had not taken 50. would not have beenUse the word given in brackets to form word that fits in the space. The first one has been done as anexample (0). Example: (0.) likelyMODERN CULTURE? When people talk about contemporary culture they are just as (0. LIKE)....to be talking about fast cars, trainersor high heels as they are to be talking about Shostakovich or Shakespeare. 4Doc24.vn Goods have become as (51. MEAN) ..... measure and marker of culture as the Great and the Good. The word"culture" can now cover just about anything. Culture is no longer merely the beautiful and (52. SINGLE) …....until the late twentieth century that (53. SCHOLAR)....interest in objects began to (54. PLACE)…....thetraditional interest in -isms, with historians, (55. LITERATE).... critics and philosophers all suddenlybecoming fascinated by the meaning of objects, large and small. Is this sign, perhaps, of society crackingunder the strain of too many things? Our current (56. OBSESSIVE)......with material culture, one might argue, is simply (57. RESPOND.)to the Western crisis of abundance. There are obvious problems with this (58. MATERIAL) ....conception ofculture. If our experience of everyday life is so (59 SATISFY) ......, then how much more so is the (60.SPECTATOR)... of our everyday things under scrutiny.51. MEANINGFUL 52. SINGLENESS 53. SCHOLASTIC 54. PLACE 55. LITERARY 56. OBSESSION 57.RESPONSE 58. MATERIALISTIC 59. SATISFACTORY 60. SPECTATORRead the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only ONE word in each space.The first one (0) has been done as an example. Example (0) with When presented (0) ...... the idea of international boarding school, parents are (61) ......to baulk of emptyingtheir bank (62) .....to send their darlings to live life permeated by blackboards, bunk beds and Bovril. (63) ......conversely, will feel overjoyed at the prospect of signing (64) .....for literally fantastic life at Hogwarts. Suchmisconceptions neatly miss the point of internalional boarding education, sidestepping its capacity to (65) .......solid foundations for students' academic and professional success in today’s increasingly global society. Parents, understandably, require justification for (66) ..... considerate amount of money in their offspring'seducation. Their offspring, on the other hand, should be made (67) ..... of the huge number of opportunitiesprovided by boarding school life. Most of the world's leading boarding schools offer stimulating, progressive(68) .....which prioritizes their students' needs, thus consistently produce graduates (69) .....are confidentlearners, critical thinkers and self starters. Therefore, the time has come for parents and students (70) ..... to discover the unique, intellectuallychallenging experiences offered by internalional boarding schools worldwide.61. ready 62. and 63. They 64. up 65. lay 66. save 67. aware 68. opportunities 69. who 70.themselvesComplete each of the following sentences with one of the phrasal verbs given in the box. Each phrasalverb is used only ONCE. Make any necessary changes. put up go up come off make up for call forcome up drop out of set up take up grow out ofQuestion 71 The hotels were all full so we offered to........Carla….....for the night. put Carla upQuestion 72 Early that morning, we set off on our journey as the sun was ......... coming upQuestion 73 An enquiry was........into the use of chemicals in farming. set upQuestion 74 You're such good singer that you, should........ it........ professionally. take it upQuestion 75 How are they going to........the time they wasted playing cards in the barracks? make up forQuestion 76 Stop wasting your time. The whole situation......... an immediate response that could bring more decisive effects. calls forQuestion 77. like this photograph so much that am going to have it…..... coming offQuestion 78 As far as know, the idea of the party does not quite appeal to him and that's why he's thinking of..... dropped out of itQuestion 79. can't stop thinking there's something more that the scheme needs......... will go up .Question 80 Peter used to be fond of collecting mascots, but after his military service, he........the hobby. grew out of 5Doc24.vnComplete the second sentence using the word given so that it has similar meaning to the followingsentence. Write between two and five words in the space provided on the answer sheet. Do NOT changethe word given in brackets in any way.Question 81 That historian is famous for his vast knowledge of primitive life. AUTHORITY He is....................................................................................... He is an authority on (the history of) primitive life.Question 82 Nobody could possibly believe the story about her achievements. BEYOND ) The story about her achievements ..........................................The story about her achievements was beyond belief.Question 83 couldn't make sense of the radio message because of the interference. IMPOSSIBLE ) The interference on the radio ........................ to make sense of the message. The interference on the radio made it impossible to make sense of the message.Question 84 They arrived at the station with only minute to spare. NICK They arrived at the station.................... time. They arrived at the station in the nick of time.Question 85 David praised her exceptionally good choice of venue for the party. CONGRATULATED ) David......................................................a good venue for the party. David congratulated her on good venue for the party.Complete the unfinished sentence in such way that it means nearly the same as the sentence printedbefore it .Question 86 Were Jack not so affluent man, she would not be dating with him. But.............................................................................. But for Jack’s being so affluent she would not be dating with him.Question 87 It is likely that they forgot about the extra class. They............................................................................. They probably forgot about the extra class .Question 88 Do you have any scarves? I'm looking for one that's woolen, green and fairly long. I'm looking for a........................................................... I’m looking for woolen, green and fairly long scarf .Question 89 You should not lock this door for any reason when the building is open to the public. Under no ..................................................................... Under no circumstance should you open this door when the building is open to the public.Question 90 bee sting is more likely to cause death these days than snake bite. Death............................................................................ Death is more likely to be caused by bee sting than by snake bite these days.Write paragraph of about 150 words about the benefits of studying at gifted school.A Suggested Writing SampleA gifted school is really good environment to study and culivate the mind. We all can see that studying in agifted school bring us many benefits.Firstly, if you’re student at gifted school, you will have good conditions to develop abilities in yourfavorite subjects, help you to build dream and orient your future career.Secondly, most of the teacher in the gifted school are good and enthusiatic. They always create comfortableatmosphere in studying for students to receive knowledge easily. 6Doc24.vnBesides, there are many valuable scholarships for good students, especially, for students that have difficultcircumstances. Finally, the gifted school always has many different facilities for students to relax after studying hard. There are many advantages of studying in gifted school. Therefore, we need to make the best use of thesebenefits to have the most best results. [143 words]THE END 7Trên 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.