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Doc24.vnSỞ GD&ĐT HẢI DƯƠNG*********ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC KÌ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI TỈNH LỚP 10 THPTNĂM HỌC 2015 2016MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANHThời gian làm bài: 180 phút(Đề thi có 06 trang)Chú ý: Thí sinh làm bài vào tờ giấy thiPhần trắc nghiệm: Chỉ cần viết đáp án A, hoặc B, C, DPhần tự luận: Viết đầy đủ theo yêu cầu của bài(Thí sinh không được sử dụng bất cứ tài liệu gì.)A. LISTENING Hướng dẫn làm bài Nghe Bài Nghe gồm có 02 phần, mỗi phần thí sinh được nghe 02 lần. Mở đầu và kết thúc phần nghe có tínhiệu nhạc.Mọi hướng dẫn cho thí sinh (bằng tiếng Anh) có trong bài.Part I: Listen to the recording and choose the best answer to each question (7.0 points):1. When was gold discovered in San Francisco?A. In 1784 B. In 1848 C. In 1884 D. In 19482. Where is Sutter’s Mill located?A. In the East of San Francisco. B. In the Northeast of San Francisco.C. In the Southeast of San Francisco. D. In the Middle of San Francisco.3. Among 100,000 people who reached the coast of California, only ________ were women.A. 8,000 B. 18,000 C. 38,000 D. 28,0004. ________had traveled overland across the American continent.A. All of them B. Few of them C. Half of them D. More than half ofthem 5. ________ were abandoned as everyone rushed to California.A. Saloons, farms and houses B. Homes and farmsC. Homes, farms, stores and factories D. Homes, farms and stores6. What happened to many of the ships which were anchored in San Francisco Bay?Doc24.vnA. They were preserved. B. They were sold.C. They were deserted. D. They were destroyed .7. It can be inferred from the listening that laws and orders at that time were ________. A. violated B. respected C. modified D. observed Part II: Listen to the recording and write down the correct answer A, or B, to each question(8.0 points): SPEAKER WHERE PEOPLE DECIDE TO EAT1 A. Chinese restaurant B. Fast Fried Chicken C. Fast food2 A. Quick Burger B. Hamburgers C. Pizza Pit3 A. home B. out C. restaurant4 A. steak house B. Korean restaurant C. Japanese restaurant5 A. seafood restaurant B. pizza restaurant C. steak house6 A. Korean restaurant B. Japanese restaurant C. Mexican restaurant7 A. fast-food restaurant B. French restaurant C. Hamburgers8 A. French restaurant B. home C. Thai vegetarian restaurant8. Speaker :_______ 9. Speaker :_______ 10. Speaker :_______ 11. Speaker :_______12. Speaker :______ 13. Speaker :______ 14. Speaker :_______ 15. Speaker :_______B. PHONETICS Choose the word that has different stress pattern from that of the others (5.0 points):16. A. photographer B. participant C. professional D. destination17. A. determine B. interrupt C. impossible D. atomic18. A. nutritious B. contemptuous C. numerous D. contagious19. A. questionnaire B. Japanese C. engineer D. practical 20. A. elephant B. rhinoceros C. habitat D. leopard C. GRAMMAR VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FUNCTIONSI. Choose the word, phrase or expression which best completes each sentence (20 points):21. number of houses were ________ so that new school could be built.A. wiped out B. destroyed C. demolished D. attacked22. “I’m sorry, Mrs. Thomson. didn’t break the clock ________ purpose,” said the little girl.A. by B. on C. with B. forDoc24.vn23. Lama: “________, Lily?” Lily: “Oh, terrific. Thanks.” A. What did you do during your geography field tripB. How was your geography field trip C. How did you spend your geography field tripD. Did you have nice geography field trip24. It is commonly known that the Greenhouse Effect occurs ________ heat radiated from the Sun. A. when the earth’s atmosphere trapB. when does the earth’s atmosphere trapC. when the earth’s atmosphere is trappedD. when the earth’s atmosphere traps25. The floor was so rotten that it almost gave ________ under Tommy’s weight.A. way B. away C. back D. up26. Boss: “Have you been able to reach that customer?” Secretary: “________.”A. Oh, there’s no approval B. Yes, have known him for yearsC. It’s much too high to reach D. Oh, no. The line’s busy 27. In Vietnam, many ________ crafts such as weaving and embroidering are now being revised.A. ordinary B. traditional C. habitual D. customary28. ________, Mike always feels lonely and unhappy.A. Despite his wealthy B. However rich he is C. Rich as is he D. In spite of hisbeing wealth29. About 600 years ago, ________ that glass coated with silver nitrate would turn yellow when firedin an oven.A. the discovery B. it discovered C. it was discovered D. it was discovering30. Tom: “Do you want me to give you hand with the washing?” Maria: “________.”A. No, thanks. You can say that again B. No, thanks. can manage it myselfC. Of course, not for me D. Thanks. Your hands are so warm.31. Jack promised to join us for dinner, but, to our disappointment, he didn’t ________.A. turn up B. take in C. make off D. pull out32. The explorers ________ for two days without food before they ________ small cottage under anoak.A. has been walking saw B. were walking sawDoc24.vnC. had been walking saw D. walked had seen33. ________ blue whale, breathes air through hole at the top of its head.A. The B. The largest mammal C. The largest D. The largest mammal, the34. Bob: “Take care of yourself, Kevin.” Kevin: “________.”A. Yes, do B. Not at all C. will D. You’re welcome35. think my car needs________. It stops running every five or six miles.A. to repair B. repairing C. to be repairing D. repaired36. No sooner ________ home ________ that the house had been broken into.A. had Ms. Taylor arrived when she found B. had Ms. Taylor arrived than she findsC. had Ms. Taylor arrived than she found D. did Ms. Taylor arrive when she found37. Mark: “Do you think that smoking should be banned in public.” Veronica: “________.”A. Yes, it’s an absurd idea B. Well, that’s very surprising C. Of course not. You bet D. There’s no doubt about it.38. ________ to her cousin’s wedding party, she would not have met her old friend, Bob.A. If Sarah didn’t go B. If Sarah hasn’t goneC. Had Sarah not gone D. Has Sarah not gone39. The long journey in an ________ car made the little boy tired out.A. air-condition B. air-conditioned C. air-conditioner D. air-conditioning40. The reporters thought that the football manager would be depressed by his dismissal, but he just________.A. ran it down B. called it off C. laughed it off D. turned it downII. Give the correct form of the words in brackets (5.0 points):41. As Vietnam is on the way to develop and integrate into the world, there is great demand forskillful TECHNICAL ________.42. Many species of plants and animals found in this area can be dated back to HISTORY )________times. 43. The Prime Minister showed his nervousness by constantly (STRAIGHT) ________ his tie.44. There isn’t enough coal for the coming winter, so we have to use it SPARE ________.45. We are sorry for Jackie. She was ORPHAN ________ as baby.Doc24.vnIII. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting (5.0 points):46. Thanks to the Internet, businessmen do not hardly have to travel as much as they used to D47. Fertilizers are used primarily to enrich soi and increasing yield. D48. It is fact that each country has their own traditions some of which have existed for hundreds ofyears. D49. Eric doesn’t care how much does the motorbike cost because he is going to buy it anyway D50. Surrounded by the forested mountain slopes are the town of Cornel, former silver mining town2,357 meters above sea level DD. READINGI. There are FIVE blanks in the passage below. From the options given in the box, choose themost suitable for each blank. There are THREE EXTRA OPTIONS that you do not need touse (5.0 points):A. moreover, you will be asked to discussB. not necessarily the EarthC. earthquakes and volcanoesD. however, you will discover that E. regard geology as an academic subjectF. enjoy the geological museumG. that is relevant to everyday lifeH. and more importantly, the moonTo many people, the word “geology” conjures up rather dull image of lumps of rock in glasscases. People tend to (51) ________ that you don’t need to know about unless you have to study it atschool. If you visit the Earth Galleries at London’s Natural history Museum, (52) ________ this imagecouldn’t be further from the truth. The aim of the exhibition is not to procedure future geologists, but rather to inspire interest in asubject (53) ________ The Earth Galleries turn the traditional idea of geological museum upside downliterally because you begin at the top. The central space in the museum is glass-topped atrium. As youDoc24.vnenter, you ride up to the top of this by escalator. On the way, the escalator passes through massiverevolving globe, measuring eleven meters in diameter. This represents planet, (54) ________ Once atthe top, you work your way down through the six different exhibitions that make up the museum. The individual exhibitions explain natural phenomena such as (55) ________ as well as lookingat the Earth’s energy resources and where our most common building materials come from. Theseexhibitions allow everyone to appreciate the fascination of geology. II. Read the passage below and decide which option A, B, or best fits each space (10 points):Face-to-face conversation is two-way process: You speak to me, reply to you and so on. Two-way (56) ________ depends on having coding system that is (57) ________by both sender andreceiver, and an agreed convention about (58) ________ the beginning and end of the (59) ________.In speech, the coding system is the language like English or Spanish; the convention (60) ________one person speaks at time may seem too obvious to mention. In fact, the (61)________ that peopleuse in conversations and meetings are often non-verbal. For example, lowering the pitch of the voicemay mean the end of sentence, sharp intake of breath may signal the desire to (62)________,catching the chairman’s (63)________may indicate the desire to speak in formal setting like a(64)________, clenched fist may indicate anger. When these (65)________ signals are not possible,more formal signals may be needed.56. A. communicator B. communication C. communicate D. communicating57. A. known B. translated C. understood D. heard58. A. signing B. symbolizing C. signalling D. showing59. A. message B. topic C. idea D. theme60. A. to which B. when C. why D. Ø61. A. symptoms B. signals C. signs D. symbols62. A. interfere B. interchange C. intercept D. interrupt63. A. neck B. eye C. shoulder D. hand64. A. chat B. debate C. broadcast D. lecture65. A. visual B. auditory C. verbal D. sensoryIII. Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question (10 points):Doc24.vnMadison Square Garden, world-famous sporting venue in New York City, has actually been aseries of buildings in varied locations rather than single building in one spot. In 1873, P.T. Barnumbuilt Barnum’s Monster Classical and Geological Hippodrome at the corner of Madison Avenue and26 th Street, across from Madison Square Park. Two years later, bandleader Patrick Gilmore bought theproperty, added statues and fountains, and renamed it Gilmore’s Gardens. When Cornelius Vanderbiltbought the property in 1879, it was renamed Madison Square Garden.A second very lavish Madison Square Garden was built at the same location in 1890, with aballroom, restaurant, theater, rooftop garden, and main arena with seating for 15,000. However,this elaborate Madison Square Garden lasted until 1924 when it was torn down to make way for aforty-storey skyscraper.When the second Madison Square Garden had been replaced in its location across fromMadison Square Park, boxing promoter Tex Rickard raised six million dollars to build new MadisonSquare garden. This new Madison Square Garden was constructed in different location, on th Avenueand 50 th Street and quite some distance from Madison Square Park and Madison Avenue. Rickard’sMadison Square Garden served primarily as an arena for boxing prizefights and circus events until itoutgrew its usefulness by the late 1950s.A new location was found for fourth for Madison Square Garden, atop Pennsylvania RailroadStation, and plans were announced for its construction in 1960. This current edifice which includes ahuge sports arena, bowling center, 5,000-seat amphitheater, and twenty-nine-storey officebuilding, does retain the traditional name Madison Square Garden. However, the name is actually quitea misnomer. The building is not located near Madison Square, nor does it have the flowery gardens thatcontributed to the original name. 66. The main point of this passage is that Madison Square Garden ________.A. has had varied history in various locationsB. was P.T. Barnum’s major accomplishmentC. is home to many different sporting eventsD. was named after and adjacent park67. Which paragraph discusses the third incarnation of Madison Square Garden?A. The first paragraph. B. The second paragraph.C. The third paragraph. D. The last paragraph.68. What is “venue” in paragraph 1?Doc24.vnA. place where people come together. B. An event in competition.C. An exhibit of various products. D. An invitation to program.69. According to the passage, Patrick Gilmore did all of the following EXCEPT that he ________.A. purchased the property at the corner of Madison Avenue and 26 th StreetB. made improvements to the property that he boughtC. named the property that he bought Madison Square GardenD. sold the property to Cornelius Vanderbilt70. The word “lavish” in paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.A. simple B. modern C. elaborate D. outlandish71. How long did the second Madison Square garden last?A. 11 years B. 34 years C. 45 years D. 60 years72. Which of the following would most likely have taken place at Rickard’s Madison Square Garden?A. balloon dance B. theater productionC. basketball game D. tiger show73. An “edifice” in paragraph is most likely________.A. an address B. an association C. competition D. building74. Monster Classical and Geological Hippodrome was renamed Gilmore’s Gardens in ________.A. 1890 B. 1879 C. 1875 D. 187475. What can be inferred about the current Madison Square Garden?A. It is on Madison Avenue. B. It is across from Madison Square Park. C. It has incredible gardens. D. It is above transportation center.E. WRITINGPart I: Finish each of the following sentences in such way that it means exactly the same as thesentence printed before (5.0 points):76. Jenny entered the room quietly so that she would not disturb the lecturer. So as …………………………………………………………………………………….……………77. The price of crude oil has decreased sharply in recent years. There ……………………….…………………………………………………….……………………78. don’t think it’s good idea to invest all your money in the property market. Were……… ………………………………………………………………….……………………Doc24.vn79. Ben was too exhausted to complete the marathon race. So….. …………………………………………………………………………………………………80. That is the funniest story that my children have ever read. My children have never ….. …………………………………………………………………………Part II: Use the suggested words and phrases below to make complete letter (10 points):Dear Sir or Madam, 81. reply your advertisement Baltimore Sun newspaper April 2, 2016 write apply post /secretary. 82. In advertisement you say you look secretary good typing skills who fluent German. 83. just complete two-year secretarial course College of St. John. 84. At end course pass all exams flying colors.85. Before start course spend years Hanover live German family. 86. While there learn speak German fluent. 87. addition chance work part-time office assistant German company.88. grateful if you send more information job application form.89. Enclosed herewith my resume and letter recommendation.90. look forward hear you. Yours faithfully, Catherine SmithPart III: “Facebook is neither good nor bad. It depends on how you use it.” What do you thinkabout the statement? In about 150 words, write paragraph to express your opinion. --------THE END--------Họ và tên thí sinh:……………………………………………………. Số báo danh:……………………Họ và tên giám thị 1:…………………………………………………. Chữ ký:………………………….Họ và tên giám thị 2:…………………………………………………. Chữ ký:………………………….Doc24.vnSỞ GD&ĐT HẢI DƯƠNG*******ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC ĐÁP ÁN BIỂU ĐIỂMĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI TỈNH LỚP 10 THPTNĂM HỌC 2015-2016MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANHA. LISTENING Part I: (7.0 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer1. 1848 2. east 3. 8,000 4. the American continent5. farms and stores 6. deserted 7. broke downPart II: (8.0 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer8. 9. 10.A 11. B12. 13. 14. 15. BB. PHONETICS (5.0 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer16. 17. 18. 19. 20. BC. GRAMMAR VOCABULARY LANGUAGE FUNCTIONSI. (20 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer21. 22. 23. 24. 25. A26. 27. 28. 29. 30. B31. 32. 33. 34. 35. B36. 37. 38. 39. 40. CII. (5.0 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer41. TECHNICIANS 42. PREHISTORIC 43. STRAIGHTENING44. SPARINGLY 45. ORPHANEDIII. (5.0 points): 1.0 point for each correct answer46. 47. 48. 49. 50. BD. READINGTrên 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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