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KỲ THI CHỌN HSG TỈNH NĂM HỌC 2022-2023 Khóa ngày 13 tháng 12 năm 2022 Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH 


Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Đề gồm có 05 trang. 


Thí sinh làm bài vào tờ giay thị. 

Thi sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu, kể cả từ điển. 


Hướng dẫn phần thi nghe hiểu 

• Bài nghe gồm 3 phần; mỗi phần được nghe 2 lần, mỗi lần cách nhau 15 giây; mở đầu và kết thúc 

mỗi phần nghe có tín hiệu. 

Mở đầu và kết thúc bài nghe có tín hiệu nhạc. 

Part 1. For questions 1-5, you will listen to Helen and Alex talking about going shopping. Listen and choose the best answer to each questions. (5 pts) 

1. Alex has seen a nice, but expensive 

A. skirt 

B. dress 

2. What does Helen suggest Alex buy? 

A. trousers 

B. jeans 

B. three 

3. How many skirts does Alex have? 

C. shirt 

D. sweater 

C. T-shirt 

D. pants 

C. two 

D. one 

abi C. Sonic 

D. Peaky 

C. white or 

D. pink 

A. four 4. What is the name of the new shop on George street? 

B. Raw 

A. Shooz 5. What colour of the shoes will Helen wear? 

A. black 

B. blue 

Part 2. For questions 6-10, y

ou will hear a talk about a chance to rethink the world. Listen and decide whether these statements are True (T) or False (F). (5 pts) 

6. Visitors can use pushchairs free of charge. 

7. Visitors can buy refreshments at the shop. 

8. The Grand Opening of the baths occurred in 1897. 

9. The Romans built on the site at the same time as the Celts. 

10. In Roman times, the Sacred Spring was well-known for its healing powers. 

Part 3: For questions 11-20, you will hear part of a radio programme presented by author and foodie, Pat Chapman. Listen and complete each sentence with a word or short phrase. (10 pts) 

according to Napoleon. 

Pat says that the British were a (11) 

Pat likens curry in Britain nowadays to a (12) Britain suffered from a (13) 

in the period after the Second World War. 

Immigrants to Britain had to arrange for their prized (14) Eating curry became compulsive as the dish was (15) The majority of curry restaurants in the UK are not (16) Indian dishes prepared in their own containers need (17) Nowadays, additional (18) 

A (19). is responsible for This is still the formula of the (20) 

to be imported. for most people. 

to be authentic. 

are added to pre-cooked ingredients. cooking breads and tandoori items. 


Page 1 of 5 pages 

Part 2. Read the text and think of the word which best fits each gap. Use only ONE 

each gap. (10 pts) 

In April 2002, Erich Ritter, a shark expert, was (66) 


out research in the Bahamas when 


part of his leg was bitten off by an adult shark that was pursuing a large fish. (67) 

for the fact that Ritter had claimed to know how to 

nothing unusual about the incident, (68) 

prevent sharks from attacking him. He believed that sharks could sense fear, and that this triggers the 

attack response. Dr Ritter, a yoga expert, had learnt (69) this could fool the sharks and they would not see him as (70). 

actually standing bare-legged in water, 

into the water to attract sharks. (72) 

to lower his heart rate, believing that When he was attacked, he was 

surrounded by pieces of fish which had been (71) 

shark experts were unsurprised by the incident. They felt happen. He had been risking his life for years because of his been proved. At the time of the attack, Dr Ritter was being by a TV crew, so the whole horrific incident was recorded. A documentary called Anatomy of a Shark Bitewas made a year (75) 

This showed footage of the attack as well as 

that something like this was bound to theories, although they had (73). 


Dr Ritter diving with sharks again for the first time since he had been bitten. Part 3. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. (5 pts) 

Some animal behaviorists argue that certain animals can remember past events, anticipate future ones, make plans and choices, and coordinate activities within a group. These scientists, however, are cautious about the extent to which animals can be credited with conscious processing. 

Explanations of animal behavior that leave out any sort of consciousness at all and ascribe actions entirely to instinct leave many questions unanswered. One example of such unexplained behavior: Honeybees communicate the sources of nectar to one another by doing a dance in a figure- eight pattern. The orientation of the dance conveys the position of the food relative to the sun's position in the sky, and the speed of the dance tells how far the food source is from the hive. Most researchers assume that the ability to perform and encode the dance is innate and shows no special intelligence. But in one study, when experimenters kept changing the site of the food source, each time moving the food 25 percent farther from the previous site, foraging honeybees began to anticipate where the food source would appear next. When the researchers arrived at the new location, they would find the bees circling the spot, waiting for their food. No one has yet explained how bees, whose brains weigh four ten-thousandths of an ounce, could have inferred the location of 

the new site. 

who uses a stone to crack mussel shells, are capable of using objects in the natural environment as Other behaviors that may indicate some cognition include tool use. Many animals, like the otter young how to use tools to open hard nuts. In one study, chimpanzees compared two pairs of food rudimentary tools. One researcher has found that mother chimpanzees occasionally show their four chips and three chips. Allowed to choose which pair they wanted, the chimpanzees almost wells containing chocolate chips. One pair might contain, say, five chips and three chips, the other 

have learned to use numerals to label quantities of items and do simple sums. 

76. What does the passage mainly discuss? 

A. Observations that suggest consciousness in animal behavior. 

B. The use of food in studies of animal behavior. 

C. The role of instinct in animal behavior. 



D. Differences between the behavior of animals in their natural environments and in laboratory 

77. What did researchers discover in the study of honeybees discussed in paragraph 2? 

A. Bees are able to travel at greater speeds than scientists thought. 

B. The bees were able to determine in advance where scientists would place their food. 

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Part 1. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others. (3 pts) 

21. A. variety 

22. A. shoulder 

23. A. promotion 

B. varied 

B. announce 

B. psychology 

C. variable 

C. around 

C. programme 

D. variation D. background 

D. respectively 

Part 2: Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others. (2 pts) 

24. A. vigorous 

25. A. considerate 

B. obvious B. photographer 

C. infamous C. community 

D. financial D. circumstance 

SECTION THREE: LEXICO - GRAMMAR SHARED BY ANGELS OF OTTO CHANNEL Part 1. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) which best completes each sentence. (10 pts) 

26. I don't think he is a polite person, 

A. do I 

27. There is a 


B. don't I 

C. is he 

D. isn't he 

table which was given to me by my best friends on my house warming. 

B. beautiful large round wooden A. large beautiful round wooden 

D. wooden large round beautiful 

C. beautiful round large wooden 

as taste is really a composite sense made up of both taste and smell. 

A. That we refer to 

C. To which we refer 

29. When his alarm went off, he shut it off and slept for 

A. other 

B. others 

30. Nowadays, erosion is more and more increasing. 

A. on account of B. on behalf of he remained optimistic. 


A. Badly wounded as he was C. As he was badly wounded 

32. It was Martain who 

A. adopted 


B. What we refer to 

D. What do we refer to 

15 minutes. 

C. another 

D. the others 

the removals of trees. 

C. in spite of 

D. with a view to 

B. Though badly wounded he was no D. As badly wounded he was 

the initiative in introducing our guests to the princess. 

B. took 

33. We used to go skating at the ice 

A. pitch 

34. The property is going 

35. She had 

A. out a song 

A. an examining 

Wow C. led every Saturday. 

C. rink because they need to sell it fast. 

B. arena 

B. in a song 

mind which kept her alert and well-informed even in old age. 

B. a demanding 

C. with a song 

C. an enquiring 

D. pursued 

D. court 

D. for a song 

D. a querying 

Part 2. Each of the following sentences contains ONE mistake. FIND and CORRECT it. (4 pts) 36. The latest medical report indicated that the patient's temperature was near normal and their lungs were partially cleared. 

37. Medical researchers are continually looking for ways to control, preventing and cure diseases. 38. Astronomers do not have sufficient information to determine what the solar system was created. 39. About two-fifth of my students wish to get a scholarship to study abroad. 

Part 3. Use the word given in capital letters to form a word that fits in the space. (6 pts) 

on food and water, we wouldn't have survived a single (ECONOMY) 

40. If we hadn't 

day in the cave. 

41. Some of you must have forgotten to 

the iron before leaving the house 


and therefore the fire broke out, 

42. Amanda's father works as a general 

43. He says he had no intention of hurting me, but I'm sure he hit me 

in the Hamsworth hospital. 


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44. He was too 

with his own thoughts to notice anything wrong. 

45. Mary has no practical experience in treating sick animals. She only has (BOOK) 

knowledge of the subject. 


Part 4. Put the verbs given in brackets into the appropriate tenses or forms. (5 pts) 46. The Principal demanded that the heaters (repair) 47. It's your own fault. You (not/allow) 


immediately. Winter is coming! 

them to go out on their own; they are still new here. 

48. The mountaineers who had been trapped by the avalanche were very lucky (find) 

rescue team within an hour. 

49. By the time the new policy comes into effect I'm sure there (be) 

50. The photographs (publish) 

some changes. 

in the newspaper were extraordinary. 

by the 

Part 5. Complete each sentence with a suitable form of one of the phrasal verbs in the box. Use each ONE ONCE only. There is an extra one that you do not need to use. (5 pts) 

blow up 

give in 

bring round 

put away 

take up 

call for 

some money for her studies in 

51. Mary isn't very wasteful with her income, she prefers to 


52. Don't think you can change his approach, he's too stubborn to be 53. I like this photograph so much that I'm going to have it 

as they are a bit too long for my size. 

after the first round. 

54. I'm having these trousers 55. Hardly anyone would have thought that the boxing champion would 


Part 1. Read the passage below and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) which best fits each gap. (10 pts) 

for a good diet and (57). is no longer able to (58) body to do (60) 

Health and fitness are not just for young people. They are for anyone willing to accept the (56) exercise. With age, there is a tendency to feel that the body normal. Instead of pushing the Aches and pains are (59) activities become limited. Yet examples after examples have shown us that Men and women in their sixties have run in into 

older people can and should be (61) marathons, races of more than twenty-six miles. Some professional athletes stay (62) 

their forties and fifties. For most people, simple activities like walking and swimming are all that is It's important to include exercise in your daily routine. In the winter, push-ups, sit-ups, and other indoor exercises. Of course, such exercises will be of little 

needed to stay in (63) 


use (65)_____________ you follow them with soda and chips. 

56. A. discipline 

57. A. useful 

58. A. run 

59. A. believed 

60. A. weaker 

61. A. eager 62. A. competitive 

63. A. needs 

B. ruling 

B. regular 

B. malfunction 

B. thought 

B. more B. bold 

B. passive 

B. form 

C. strictness 

C. much 

C. operate 

C. considered 

C. greater C. active 

C. equal 

C. contact C. work 

64. A. make 

B. get 

65. A. although 

B. unless 

C. if 

D. regulation 

D. little 

D. perform 

D. made 

D. faster 

D. passive D. available 

D. shape D. do 

D. otherwise 

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C. Changing the location of food caused bees to decrease their dance activity. 

D. The bees could travel 25% farther than scientists expected. 

78. Why are otters and mussel shells included in the discussion in paragraph 3? 

A. To provide that certain species demonstrate greater ability in tool use than other species. 

B. To provide an example of tool use among animals. 

C. To show that animals are very good at using objects in their habitat. D. To provide an example of the use of weapons among animals. 

79. The word "rudimentary" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to 

A. technical 

B. superior 

C. basic 

D. original 

80. Scientists concluded from the experiment with chimpanzees and chocolate chips that chimpanzees 

A. prefer to work in pairs or groups 

B. have difficulty selecting when given choices 

C. lack abilities that other primates have 


D. exhibit behavior that indicates certain mathematical abilities 



Part 1. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. (5 pts) 

81. He never seems to succeed, even though he works hard. 


82. Richard only took over the family business because his father decided to retire early. 

But for his 

83. We get him to look after our house when we are on business. 

We get our 

84. Success in academic field depends on your ability to amass qualifications. 

The more 

85. You can try to get Tim to lend you his car but you won't succeed. 

There's no point 

Part 2. 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. (5 pts) 

86. I hope his story will help us to understand what happened. 

Hopefully when he tells us his story, it will 


87. None of us was expecting to have a test this morning. 


This morning's test 

for every one of us. 

88. It wasn't necessary for her to buy presents for everyone but she did. 



for everyone. 

89. My father hates it when people call him by his nickname. 

My father 

90. They discouraged me from moving to the north. 


Part 3. Paragraph writing. (10 pts) 

In about 150 words, write a paragraph about the ways to prevent road accidents. 



by his nickname. 


the north. 

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