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0 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO KIÊN GIANG ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC | KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI VÒNG TỈNH THCS NĂM HỌC 2017-2018 Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Ngày thi: 13/3/2018 Chú ý: - Đề thi này gồm 10 trang - Thi sinh làm bài trực tiếp vào bản đề thi này. ĐIỂM CỦA TOÀN BÀI THI CÁC GIÁM KHẢO (Họ, tên và chữ ký) Bằng số Bằng chữ 1. SỐ PHÁCH (Do CTHĐ chấm thi ghi) X------ 2. PHÁCH ĐÍNH KÈM ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH Số báo danh: Ngày sinh: Họ và tên thí sinh: .Nam/nữ: Đơn vị: $ CÁC GIÁM THỊ SỐ PHÁCH (Họ, tên và chữ ký) (Do CTHĐ chấm thi ghi) ང. 2. Chú ý: - Thí sinh phải ghi đủ các mục ở phần trên theo sự hướng dẫn của giám thị; - - Thí sinh làm trực tiếp vào bản đề thi có phách đính kèm này - Bài thi phải được viết bằng một loại bút, một thứ mực; không viết bằng mực đỏ, bút chì; không được đánh dấu hay làm ký hiệu riêng; phần viết hỏng phải dùng thước gạch chéo; không được tẩy, xóa bằng bất kỳ cách gì (kể cả bút xóa). 1 I. LISTENING (50 marks) Part 1: Question 1 – 5, 10 marks. Lindsay is talking to Jake about having a dog. Listen to their dialogue and choose the best answer to each question. You will hear the dialogue TWICE. Write your answer in the box. 1. What does Lindsay worry about the dog? A. They are scary. 3. Why doesn't Jake like dogs? A. They are always inside of the house. B. They attack him. 4. What does Lindsay like about dogs? C. They are loyal. A. It will be messy. B. It will chew the furniture. C. It will be left alone a lot. 2. What does Jake think about dogs? B. They are good guards. C. They make the house dirty. A. They protect you. B. They love you. C. They make you laugh. 5. What does Lindsay suggest? A. Jake get a dog. B. Jake get a cat. C. Jake play with her dog. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Your answer: Part 2: Question 6-15, 20 marks. Listen to Kevin and Maria. They are talking about Maria and her sister, Catherine. Listen and complete the dialogue. You will hear the dialogue TWICE. Write your answer in the box. Kevin: Is that your sister - the girl over there? Maria: Yes, that's my sister Catherine. How did you know? Kevin: You look 6 Maria: Do you think so? Kevin: Yes, I mean, obviously you have 7 Hers is blonde, yours is brown. Maria: And Catherine's isn't curly, like mine. Kevin: No, but your faces are the same. Maria: I don't think so. Her eyes are a different colour to mine. Hers are blue, mine are green. Kevin: I'm not talking about eye colour. I mean, the yours, yes, but you have the same 9

8 of your faces. Her face is longer than and the same noses. than me. Maria: I don't think I look like her. She's much 10 Kevin: Maybe, but she isn't any taller. Maria: No. Kevin: Are your 11 the same? Maria: No! We're nothing like each other! Catherine's much more friends. I'm quieter. I prefer my own older than me. Kevin: You must have 14 in common. 12 than me. She has lots of 13 She's bossier too. I suppose it's because she's Maria: Well, we both like music, and the countryside, and we're both those things in common. What about you? Do you have a brother or a sister.....? Your answer: 15 I suppose we have 6. 11. 7. 12. 8. 13. 9. 10. 14. 15. Part 3: Question 16-25, 20 marks. You will hear a report about how people use SMS. Listen and answer the following questions. For each question, your answer should be a number or NO more than four words. You will listen TWICE. Write your answer in the box. When was the first SMS sent? 16. Last year, how many messages were sent every minute? 17. What percentage of smartphone users prefer to text? 18. According to James Thickett, director of research, what is the | 19. most popular means of communication? Are the number of calls on mobiles going up or down? How many texts does the average Briton send a week? How many texts a week do 18 to 25-year-olds send? What country is the world's fastest texter from? 20. 21. 22. 23. How many social ills led to by texting are mentioned? 24. Name one of the mentioned social ills. 25. 2 II. LEXICO - GRAMMAR (40 marks) Part 1: Question 26 – 35, 10 marks. Choose the best option A, B, C, or D to complete each of the following sentences. Write your answer (A, B, C, or D) in the box. 26. He is thought A. to work in a foreign country when he was 20. B. to have worked C. working measured to air pollution. 27. Some large cities have A. minimize B. fight B. Another F 28. Tom can speak two languages. One is English. D. has worked C. cover is French. D. grow C. The other D. Others A. Other 29. Vietnamese women today often prefer to wear modern clothing at work A. although B. however 30. Customers of the new mall will shop are under one roof. A. in B. on it is more convenient. C. as D. moreover comfort and won't notice the weather since all the shops C. with 31. The temple Angkor Wat was built around the year 1100 to Buddhist religious center. A. remember 32. When I B. worship C. celebrate D. at a Hindu God, but later it became a at the new dress for half an hour, I asked how much it cost. B. looked A. had looked 33. The Great Pyramid of Giza is said to A. be building 34. To save energy, please A. take off 35. Tourist information officer should C. have looked over a 20-year period. C. have built D. compliment D. look D. have been built D. come off suggestion about which places to visit. B. build the lights as you leave. B. go off C. switch off A. make B. bring Your answer: 26. 27. 28. 31. 32. 33. C. say 29. 34. D. take 30. 35. 3 Part 2: Question 36 - 45, 20 marks. Supply the correct form of the words in brackets to complete the passage. Write your answer in the box. VTV.vn - A string of new (act) ____36_____ are expected to take place within the framework of the 16th Vietnam Poetry Day, scheduled to start on February 27 (the 12th of the first lunar month), in the hope of attracting more audiences. In the previous years, the even kicked off in the 15th day of the first lunar month and art performances honouring Vietnam's poetry organised on the previous night. However, this year's event, themed "Literature (company) over four days, from February 27 to March 2.

37 the nation", will take place Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Writers' Association Nguyen Tri Huan said the association issued 1,500 more (invite) ___38 to members of poetry clubs compared to previous years to increase the presence of audience at the event. Four members from Japan's poets association have been invited to (change) 39 with Vietnamese poetry lovers on the occasion. A photo (exhibit) 40 on Vietnamese writers who participated in the General Offensive and Uprising in the Spring of 1968 will be held on the margin of the event. Poetry (recite) 41 contests and art performances will take place on March 1 at Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam, Temple of Literature. The 16th Vietnam Poetry Day will (office) 42 lunar month, at Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam. The organising board is also looking to (gradual) for literature in general. kick off on March 2, the 15th day of the first 43_____ turning the Poetry Day into a festival Towards this goal, besides a workshop featuring Vietnam's current (poetry) 44 February 27, a discussion on fiction reform will be held on February 28. issues on Since its debut on Nguyen Tieu (the 15th day of the first lunar month) in 2003, the Vietnam Poetry Day, the biggest poetry festival in the country, has become a national tradition, taking place in the spring of each year. Starting out as an (initiate) 45 of the Vietnam Writers' Association, the Poetry Day has been organised in many provinces and cities to honour poetry, which has been an integral part of Vietnamese culture for thousands of years. (from www.english.vtv.vn on 27 February, 2018) Your answer: 36. 41. 37. 42. 38. 43. 39. 44. 40. 45. Part 3: Question 46 - 55, 10 marks. Choose the best option A, B, C, or D to complete the passage. Write your answer (A, B, C, or D) in the box. Lucky Escape After having saved for years the Clarke family were finally in a position to see their dream come true. They (46) ready to travel from Scotland to start a new life (47) America. The (48) family were very excited about their (49) by ship across the Atlantic. However, just days before their departure, one of their sons was bitten by a dog. Their plans fell through when they were told they (50) not be able to travel because of the possibility (51) _______ boy could have rabies.

The family were devastated and the father went to the docks to watch the ship that he had hoped would (52) them to their new life depart. As he stood on the harbour thinking about his son, he watched the ship and wondered (53) the family would ever get to make the journey. However, soon (54) this disappointment the father discovered how fortunate the family had been. The son did not have rabies and a few days later the news came (55) the ship the Clarke family should have been on had sunk. The Titanic had gone down with hundreds of people losing their lives. 46. A. have been B. were C. been 47. A. on B. at C. in D. are D. to 48. A. total B. whole C. all D. altogether 49. A. trip 50. A. could B. going B. had C. travel 51. A. some B one. C. would C. a 52. A. move B. take C. carry D. journey D. should D. the D. ship 53. A. why B. how C. if D. because 54. A. since B. when C. until D. after F. 55. A. that B. which C. when D. how Your answer: 46. 47. 48.. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. III. SPEAKING (30 marks) Part 1: Question 56 63, 16 marks. - At home, Peter and his wife are talking about dinner. For each line of the dialogue, choose the correct picture (1-6) and write only the number in the box. There are two lines you do not need. For these, simply write "NO" in the box. 5 EWOOSH! 4 5 Lines Was that the pre-dinner entertainment? I hope you like hot food. Questions 56. 57. 58. 59. I 60. 61. 62. 63. That's not what your mother told me. may have added too much tabasco sauce! Oh dear. I can't wait to see what you've made. Erm, I'll go and get dessert. But it's nearly eight o'clock. Wow, what a spectacular meal! Part 2: Question 64 - 70, 14 marks. Pictures (from 1 to 6) Where can you see these signs? Match each sign (from A to G) with the most suitable place. Use each sign ONLY once. Write your answer in the blank.

Number 0 (sign Z) is an example for you. Z. B. NO PROTESTORS, MARCHING BANDS OR CIRCUS ANIMALS ALLOWED IN THIS HOTEL! ONLY WELL-BEHAVED CHILDREN WHO CAN KEEP THEIR FOOD ON THEIR PLATES AND THEIR BOTTOMS ON THEIR SEATS ARE WELCOME! D. F. ARRIVALS NO PARKING. A. C. t. E. PLEASE TIP GENEROUSLY OR I MIGHT DRIVE OFF WITH YOUR BAG! G. EAT HERE OR WE WILL STARVE! NO SMOKING, SINGING, DRINKING, SCREAMING, RUNNING OR JUMPING! WELCUM TURIS! WE SPIK INGLEESH GUD! KISS AND GOODBYE. NO KISS ABOVE 3 MINUTES! At the hotel 0. וי Z 64. At the airport 65. 66. In a taxi 67. 68. In a restaurant 69. 70. IV. READING (50 marks) Part 1: Question 71 – 75, 10 marks. 6 Read the following article and choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. Write your answer in the box. Vietnamese women play an increasingly important role in the nation's development, especially at present and in the future. When we look back at the development of Vietnamese society, particularly economic development, women hold a key position, as they directly participate in the national labour force and in paid labour. For instance, in agriculture - one of the country's key sectors - women make up some 70 percent of the labour force, and in production alone, they make up not a modest workforce in export- oriented industries, such as garment and textile, footwear, light industry, and seafood processing. Also, women's economic roles will be much more major in the future as Viet Nam more deeply integrates into the world, while these industries continue to spearhead the economy. 71. The word "important" can be best replaced by A. significant B. blank 72. When does women's role become more important? A. after war C. non-sense D. awesome C. now and in the future D. at the moment 73. Women make up not a modest workforce in many fields, EXCEPT A. cloth B. years ago, B. footwear C. agriculture 74. Why women's economic roles will become more major? D. tax A. Because Viet Nam's economy will develop and assimilate into the world. B. Because they are well-paid. C. Because their products get higher price when being exported. D. Because they have tried a lot. 75. Which is the best title for the article? A. Vietnamese Women and Economy. C. Advantages of Vietnamese Women. Your answer: 71. 72. Part 2: Question 76 – 80, 10 marks. B. Vietnamese Women and Their Contribution. D. Changes of Vietnamese Women. 73. 74. 75. The following letter from Mike about his recent European vacation was sent to Linda. Unfortunately, her dog chewed it up and now she needs to put it back in the right order. Can you help her? Put the correct paragraph into each of the boxes in the missing parts. There are two extra paragraphs you don't need. Write your answer in the box below the text. Dear Linda, How are things with you? It was great talking to you yesterday by phone. 76. # I can't wait to arrive in Athens to see all that history. Let me tell you something about where we have visited so far. 77. We started in England and we spent two days in London and another day in Canterbury. We saw a lot of great history and the only bad thing was the weather - it rained for the whole time we were there. Can you believe it? 78. Well, I have to say I prefer the American Disneyland. But we met some nice people from Canada and spent two great days with them. One of them, Clive, is going to your university next year.

How's that for a coincidence! 79. 7 After that, we went south into Switzerland. It was very expensive and we couldn't stay as long as we wanted to, so that's why we're in Italy now! 80. See you soon, Mike Paragraphs: A. Clive and his wife left us once we got to Germany by train. They went up into Denmark but we continued to Munich. Wow - what a great city. I bought you a surprise gift there. I hope you like it. B. As I told you yesterday, I am in Rome today. Tomorrow we are getting the train down into the south of the country and then the ship across to Greece. C. I paid nearly $200 for it but it looks magnificent and is made of real leather. D. OK, that's enough from me for now. I want to post this letter now so you get it by the weekend. 1 E. At least when we got to Paris, the sun was shining! We only stayed for one afternoon in the French capital because my friends really wanted to visit Euro Disney which is to the east of Paris. F. I sent her a postcard last night. It had the Eiffel Tower on it, which she has always wanted to visit. Now she can look at it on a postcard every day! G. I know you want to come here on vacation too one day! Your answer: 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. Part 3: Question 81 - 85, 15 marks. Five people (Marco, Gemma, Ingrid, Trevor, and Sarah) are looking for places to spend their summer in the West Midlands. Choose the most suitable place for each of them. Write your answer (A to H) in the box. There are three extra places you do not need. 81. Marco studies physics and is interested in anything to do with science. He'd like to visit somewhere to see some examples of early mechanical engines. 82. Gemma wants to take her 5-year-old to see some animals. She'd also like to look around some shops to buy something for her mother's birthday. 83. Ingrid's eldest daughter is learning about English history and would like to go somewhere to bring this subject to life. Ingrid is really interested in flowers. 84. Trevor is an artist and enjoys drawing wildlife. He recently visited a zoo and drew large animals and would like to try sketching something smaller. 85. Sarah and her husband would like to spend the day outdoors. They don't like going on rides but are both interested in history and how people used to live. Places to go this summer See what's on in the West Midlands this summer: A - Stratford Butterfly Farm The biggest butterfly farm in Europe. Whatever the weather come and see these beautiful creatures as they would live in their natural environment. Walk around a tropical rainforest as butterflies fly freely around you. See them as they come into the world in the Caterpillar Room. And don't miss Insect City where you can view huge spiders and our very own scorpion colony! " . : J 8 B - National Sea-Life Centre You wouldn't expect to bump into a hammerhead shark whilst visiting Brum city centre. But yes, it's true, The National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham is the only aquarium in the UK where you can see this creature along with our Sea Dragons from Australia and baby stingrays from the Amazon. We guarantee an experience you'll never forget. C - Coventry Transport Museum Coventry Transport Museum hosts the world's largest transport collection. A day out here will give you the chance to see some of the earliest motor cars as well as more modern vehicles like the De Lorean 'back from the future' car. You can also design your own car and experience what breaking the sound barrier at 763 miles an hour feels like. D- Warwick Castle Regarded by many as Britain's greatest Medieval Castle. Visit exhibitions, climb the castle towers, relax as you walk around the gardens, designed and created in 1753 by Capability Brown.Experience the preparations for battle in the Kingmaker exhibition or witness a Victorian Royal Weekend. And if your interest is more in the darker side of the Castle's history visit The Castle Dungeon.

E-ThinkTank At Thinktank you will find four floors of hands-on exhibits and historical collections that will amaze and inspire you, showing you the science of the world all around us from the past, the present and the future. From galleries and exhibitions to an exciting programme of events and activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether your interest is steam engines, looking into deepest space or seeing how doctors perform life-saving surgery. F - Drayton Manner One of the UK's most popular attractions. The park is home to some of the scariest rides you'll find like Stormforce 10 and Apocalypse, which has been voted the UK's most frightening ride. You'll also find an indoor and outdoor play area and of course, Drayton Manor Zoo with over one hundred different species, including twelve rare breeds from across the world. G - Hatton Country World If you're keen on seeing unique crafts and craft work side-by-side with antique shops and a traditional butchers shop, Hatton Country World is the place for you. As well as these wonderful shops you'll be able to enjoy the Farm Park with many farm animals to help keep the kids entertained. H - Black Country Museum It's been called Britain's friendliest open-air museum. Come to Black Country Museum and discover an old-fashioned village by the canal. Look around original old-fashioned shops and houses, see what it's like down a mine and take a ride on a tramcar. Your answer: 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. Part 4: Question 86 – 90, 15 marks. Read the text and complete the chart. Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS from the text for each answer. Write your answer in the box. There has been an example for you. DEALING WITH YOUR OFFICE EMAILS Email has completely changed the way we work today. It offers many benefits and, if used well, can be an excellent tool for improving your own efficiency. Managed badly, though, email can be a waste of valuable time. Statistics indicate that office workers need to wade through an average of more than 30 9 emails a day. Despite your best efforts, unsolicited email or spam can clutter up the most organized inbox and infect your computer system with viruses. Here we give you guidance on protecting yourself. Prioritizing incoming messages If you are regularly faced with a large volume of incoming messages you need to prioritize your inbox to identify which emails are really important. If it is obvious spam, it can be delete without reading. Then follow these steps for each email: Check who the email is from. Were you expecting or hopping to hear from the sender? How quickly do they expect you to respond? Check what the email is about. Is the subject urgent? Is it about an issue that falls within your sphere of responsibility, or should it just be forwarded to someone else? Has the email been in your inbox for long? Check the message time. An initial scan like this can help you identify the emails that require your prompt attention. The others can be kept for reading at a more convenient time. Replying in stages Having prioritized your emails, you can answer them in stages, first with a brief acknowledgement and then a more detailed follow-up. This is particularly advisable when dealing with complicated matters where you don't want to give a rushed answer. If you decide to do this, tell the recipient a definite date when you'll be able to get back to him or her and try to keep to this wherever possible. Some emails are uncomplicated and only require a brief, one line answer, so it's a good idea to reply to these immediately. For example, if all you need to say is, "yes, I can make the 10.00 meeting", or "thanks, that's just the information I need”, do it, if you are unable to reply there and then or choose not to, let the sender know that you've received the message and will be in touch as soon as possible. * Complete the chart: Dealing with emails Delete (0) spam Sort email according to the: Sender Subject (86) Deal with emails that need your (87) If an email is easy to deal with, you should (88) Your answer: 0 spam If an email is complex, you can: • First send a (89). Give the sender a (90) 86 87 88 89 90 V. WRITING (30 marks) Part 1: Question 91 – 95, 10 marks. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. DO NOT CHANGE THE WORD GIVEN. You must use between two and five words, including the word given. Write your answer in the blanks. 91. Will your neighbours look after your dog when you go away? (take) Do you know if your neighbours your dog when you go away? 92. My boss wanted to know what I thought about her suggestion. (you) "What 93. The children spent two hours in the pool. (stayed) The children suggestion?" my boss asked me. 94. Three hundred students entered the swimming competition last year. (part) Three hundred students 95. Could you speak English when you were younger? (able) When you were younger, Part 2: 20 marks. two hours. the swimming competition last year. speak English? Write a passage of about 100 words to express your opinion on the topic. “Children should help their parents to do household chores because doing chores brings them many benefits/advantages." Your answer:

10 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO KIÊN GIANG HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC A. HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM - Tổng điểm chấm: 200 Điểm bài thi = điểm chấm : 10 B. ĐÁP ÁN VÀ BIỂU ĐIỂM I. LISTENING (50 marks) Part 1: Question 1 – 5, 10 marks. 1. C 2. A Part 2: Question 6 – 15, 20 marks. KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI VÒNG TỈNH THCS NĂM HỌC 2017-2018 Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Ngày thi: 13/3/2018 (Hướng dẫn chấm có 2 trang) 3. C 4. B 5. C 6. similar 7. different hair 8. shape 9. mouths 11. personalities 12. outgoing 13. company 14. some things 10. slimmer 15 independent Part 3: Question 16-25, 20 marks. 16. December 1992 17. 15 million 18.92% 19. text (messaging) 20. going up/ grow 21.50 22. about 133 messages 23. Norway 24. 4 25. cyber bullying/ harassing someone by text/ "sexting" /sending sexually explicit messages/drunk texting/sending messages while drunk/ car-texting/texting while driving II. LEXICO - GRAMMAR (40 marks) Part 1: Question 26 – 35, 10 marks. - 26. B 31. B 27. A 32. A 28. C 33. D 29. C 34. C 30. A 35. A Part 2: Question 36 45, 20 marks. - 36. activities 41. recitation 37. accompanying 42. officially 38. invitations 43. gradually 39. exchange 44. poetic 40. exhibition 45. initiative Part 3: Question 46 – 55, 10 marks. 46. B 47. C 48. B 49. D 50. C 51. D 52. B 53. C 54. D 55. A III. SPEAKING (30 marks) Part 1: Question 56 – 63, 16 marks. 11 Questions Lines 56. 57. Was that the pre-dinner entertainment? I hope you like hot food. 58. That's not what your mother told me. 59. I may have added too much tabasco sauce! Oh dear. 60. I can't wait to see what you've made. 61. Erm, I'll go and get dessert. ¡ 62. 63. But it's nearly eight o'clock. Wow, what a spectacular meal! Part 2: Question 64 – 70, 14 marks. At the hotel 64. E 65, 65: D, G 67, 68: F, C 69, 70: A, B At the airport In a taxi In a restaurant IV. READING (50 marks) Part 1: Question 71 - 75, 10 marks. 71. A Part 2: Question 76 – 80, 10 marks. 76. B Pictures (from 1 to 6) 5 2 NO 4 1 6 NO 3 72. C 73. D 74. A 75. B 77. G 78. E 79. A 80. D Part 3:

Question 81 – 85, 15 marks. 81. E 82. G 83. D 84. A 85. H Part 4: Question 86 - 90, 15 marks. 86. Message time 87. prompt attention 88. reply immediately 89. brief acknowledgement 90. date V. WRITING (30 marks) Part 1: Question 91 - 95, 10 marks. I 91. Do you know if your neighbours would/will take care of your dog when you go away? 92. "What do you think about my suggestion?" my boss asked me. 93. The children stayed in the pool for two hours. 94. Three hundred students took part in the swimming competition last year. 95. When you were younger, were you able to speak English? Part 2: 20 marks. Tiêu chí Nội dung Ngữ pháp Từ vựng Tính mạch lạc Số lượng từ - Yêu cầu - Nêu được quan điểm cá nhân về chủ đề (ủng hộ hoặc phản đối). - Nêu lên được ưu điểm/ hạn chế của làm việc nhà. - Nêu ít nhất 1 ví dụ giải thích cho ưu điểm/ hạn chế. Sử dụng đúng ngữ pháp. - Cấu trúc câu đa dạng, phong phú. Viết đúng chính tả, chính xác, có ý nghĩa rõ ràng. - Từ ngữ được sử dụng đa dạng, tránh trùng lắp nhiều. - - Sắp xếp các ý logic. Sử dụng được các từ chuyển ý, nối ý phù hợp. - Đảm bảo đủ số từ theo qui định. ! I 12 Điêm 2222222222 1