Đề thi Chuyên Anh Đắk Nông, THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Chí Thanh năm học 2023-2024

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Đáp án và Đề thi Chuyên Anh Đắk Nông, THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Chí Thanh năm học 2023-2024. Bài thi môn Tiếng Anh (chuyên) có 08 trang gồm 65 câu hỏi (tự luận và trắc nghiệm) và một bài Essay writing, qua đó kiểm tra các kĩ năng Nghe, Đọc và Viết của thí sinh. Căn cứ vào Điểm các bài thi trong Kỳ thi Tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 THPT, sở GD&ĐT Đắk Nông sẽ công bố kết quả các thí sinh trúng tuyển vào trường chuyên của tỉnh.

Đề thi chính thức môn Tiếng Anh (chuyên) của tỉnh Đắk Nông có độ khó vừa phải với thời gian làm bài là 150 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề. Thầy cô và các em có thể tải xuống đề thi file word và pdf để chuẩn bị cho Kỳ thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 năm học 2024-2025 sắp tới.

Cấu trúc đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh vào trường THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Chí Thanh có cấu trúc quen thuộc gồm 4 phần chính:

  • SECTION 1: LISTENING (2.5 points) - 25 câu hỏi.

  • SECTION 2: WORD FORMATION (0.5 point) - 5 câu hỏi

  • SECTION 3: READING (2.5 points) - 25 câu hỏi

  • SECTION 4: WRITING (2.5 points) - 10 câu hỏi Sentence transformation và 1 bài essay.
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(Đáp án có 02 trang)

SECTION 1: LISTENING (2.5 points)

Part 1. 1 Nội dung đang được cập nhật.

Tham khảo các bài nghe tương tự tại: 


Part 2. 8 three children

  9 six months

  10  a year

  11  four o'clock/four a.m

  12  their foreign

Part 3. 13  born

  14  social

  15  challenges

  16  powerful

  17  talents

  18  mindset

  19  practice

  20  regularly

Part 4. 21  A

  22  B

  23  C

  24  B

  25  C


26-30 26  performers

  27  easier

  28  anxiety

  29  carelessly

  30  enables

SECTION 3: READING (2.5 points)

Part 1. 31  A

  32  B

  33  C

  34  B

  35  D

Part 2. 36  effective

  37  addition

  38  that

  39  too

  40  care

Part 3. 41  D

  42  G

  43  C

  44  A

  45  E

Part 4. 46  E

  47  G

  48  C

  49  F

  50  B

Part 5. 51  A

  52  A

  53  B

  54  C

  55  D

SECTION 4: WRITING (2.5 points)

Part 1. 56  Before Irene went to the zoo last week, she had not seen a tiger.

  57  If I were you, I would talk to our teachers.

  58  My local sailing school said that I was not old enough to join their courses.

  59  Conan drives very carefully in order not to have an accident.

  60  There’s no need to make an appointment to see the personnel manager.

Part 2. 61  It took Leonardo a long time to paint this picture.

  62  The girl told the boy that she had seen his uncle at her house the previous night.

  63  Beijing is much more populated than Auckland.

  64  Do you regret not accepting his offer?

  65  Do you feel like listening to K-pop music?

Part 3.   Essay writing.

Trích dẫn nội dung Đề thi Chuyên Anh Đắk Nông, THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Chí Thanh năm học 2023-2024:




(Đề thi có 06 trang)


NĂM HỌC 2023-2024

Môn: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên)

Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

SECTION 1: LISTENING (2.5 points) 

Part 1. There are seven questions in this part. For each question, there are three pictures and a short recording. Choose the correct picture and put a tick ( ) in the box below it (A, B or C). You will hear each recording TWICE.

1. How much does a large cup of coffee cost?

2. Where’s Michael?

3. What is the man going to do on the weekend?

4. What did the boy eat?

5. Who will meet Lee at the airport?

6. What time does Lyn need to leave her class? 

7. What will the weather be like on Sunday?

Part 2. You will hear a young woman who has applied for an office job talking about her jobs abroad. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space with NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS and/or A NUMBER or A TIME. You will hear the recording TWICE.



Two years’ experience abroad:

First job:  - looked after (8) _______

- worked over a period of (9) _______

Second job: - worked as a receptionist in a hotel

Third job:  - worked for (10) _______

- got up at (11) _______ in the morning

Bank International: - worked in (12) _______ department

Part 3. Listen to a talk about confidence and fill in the missing information in the numbered space with only ONE WORD. You will hear the recording TWICE.


*Several factors that impact confidence:

1. What you’re (13) _______ with (e.g. your genes), which will impact things like the balance of neurochemicals in your brain.

2. How you’re treated, including the (14) _______ pressures of your environment.

3. The part you have control over, the choices you make, the risks you take, and how you think about and respond to (15) _______ and setbacks.

*Practical tips to cultivate confidence:

Tip 1: A quick fix.

- There are a few tricks that can give you an immediate confidence boost in the short term such as picturing your success, striking a (16) _______ pose or giving yourself a pep talk.

Tip 2: Believe in your ability to improve.

- The way that you think about your abilities and (17) _______ matters because they can influence how you act when you’re faced with setbacks.

- People who have a growth (18) _______ are more successful, getting better grades, and doing better in the face of difficulties.

Tip 3: (19) _______ failure.

- Studies show that those who fail (20) _______ and keep trying anyway are better

equipped to respond to difficulties in a constructive way.

- They learn how to try different strategies, ask others for advice, and persevere.

Part 4. You will hear Monica and her friend, Jonathan, talking about a holiday. Choose the correct answer by ticking ( ) in the box (A, B or C). You will hear the conversation TWICE.

21. Where did Jonathan spend his holiday?

A. in the USA B. in Canada  C. in Brazil

22. When did they leave to start their journey?

A. 1st July B. 3rd July C. 30th July

23. What does Jonathan say about Yellowstone Park?

A. It’s the country’s biggest national park.

B. It’s the country’s most exciting national park.

C. It’s the country’s oldest national park.

24. What was he afraid of at the campsite?

A. wild birds B. bears  C. snakes

25. What is Jonathan unhappy about?

A. He spent too much on souvenirs.

B. He didn’t buy enough souvenirs.

C. He didn’t take many pictures.


Fill in each gap with the correct form of the word in brackets.

26. She is one of the greatest _______ to appear in this theatre. (PERFORM)

27. Life has become _______ than before thanks to mobile phones. (EASE)

28. Children normally feel a lot of _______ about their first day at school. (ANXIOUS)

29. I won’t let him use my car because he drives very _______. (CARE)

30. This new software _______ you to create your own DVDs. (ABLE)

SECTION 3: READING (2.5 points)

Part 1. Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.

It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be (31) _______ of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you’ve made up your mind to (32) _______ a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don’t let the negative criticism of others prevent you (33) _______ reaching your target, and let the constructive criticism have a positive effect on your work. 

There are many film stars who (34) _______ once out of work. There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel or who didn’t, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it published. Being successful does depend on luck, to a certain extent. (35) _______ things are more likely to turn out well if you keep trying and stay positive.

31. A. aware  B. fond C. proud  D. capable

32. A. score  B. achieve  C. obtain D. make

33. A. of B. in C. from D. for

34. A. are  B. were C. is D. was

35. A. Although B. Since  C. Or D. But

Part 2. Fill in each numbered blank with only ONE appropriate word.


Doctors are useful. If you’ve had an injury while doing sport, they can fix it. If you’re ill, they can tell you what the most (36) _______ treatment is. If you’re very ill, you might have to have an operation in hospital. We need doctors for all of these things. 

But in (37) _______ to what doctors do, there are things (38) _______ you can do yourself in the fight against ill health. Getting regular exercise at school or at a gym will help you to stay in shape. Having a healthy diet will also keep you strong. A healthy diet is all about balance. It doesn’t mean never eating chocolate. It means not eating (39) _______ much. And eating more vegetables! The more we can take (40) _______ of ourselves, the less we’ll need doctors to look after us. That must be good!

Part 3. The teenagers below all want to do something to help the environment.

- There are descriptions of six charities which help the environment. 

- Decide which charity (letters A-F) would be the most suitable for each of the following teenagers (numbers 41-45)

- For each question 41-45, mark the correct letter (A-F) on your answer sheet.

  Ali has just moved from the city to the country. He is interested in finding out about how to help the wild animals that live in his area.

41. _______

  Ramon is worried about the amount of pollution in his area and thinks local wildlife is suffering. He wants to do something about it.

42. _______

  Harper has some time at weekends and wants to meet other young people interested in the environment. She wants to organise social events that benefit her local area.

43. _______

  Shayna would love to help a charity that works with animals. She has never had a pet, so she would need some help in learning how to look after animals.

44. _______

  Saffia lives in a small apartment a long way from the nearest park and wants to spend more time outside when the weather is nice. Her interests include cooking.

45. _______

Charities working to help the environment

A. Animal Home

We provide a home for cats and dogs whose owners don’t want them any more. We need young people to help us with jobs like cleaning out the cages and preparing food. Have fun and find out about caring for other creatures.  B. Blackrock Zoo Supporters Club

Join our club and get involved in projects to make the zoo a better place for the animals. For example, this month you could help to build a new tree house for the monkeys to climb on. We also need helpers to give out information to visitors at weekends and to make them feel welcome.

C. Friends of City Park

At the moment we’re building a wildlife area to teach kids about nature. It’s hard work but you’ll make lots of new friends. We often have barbecues and camping trips at weekends. We need help from teenagers with lots of energy and ideas for other projects to help protect animals in our area. 

D. Wildlife Watch

At our monthly meetings you can learn more about the birds, insects and bats and other creatures in the fields and woods, and also in your garden. You’ll find out all sorts of interesting information which will help you provide a better environment for local wildlife.

E. Community Garden Club

We introduce a taste of the countryside into city life. We can teach you all you need to know about growing vegetables and we even share recipes too. There’s no better way to spend a warm summer’s afternoon in the school holidays or at weekends. 

F. Zero Waste Club

Start a recycling club at your school. Join our online community and share ideas with other young people who are worried about the amount of waste we produce. The aim is to make your school a zero waste zone.

G. Beach Clean-up Club

We need more young people to help us pick up all the plastic bottles and bags on the beach. Often we have to take birds and fish that are sick or injured to the animal hospital. We also remove oil from sand and rocks and check to see if the water is clean.  

H. Wild Animal Support Group

We need young people to help us raise money for conservation projects to help animals in danger around the world. We provide information packs with some ideas about what events you can organise and how to get your friends at school involved too. 

Part 4. Choose from sentences A- G the one which fits each gap 46- 50. There are TWO extra sentences you do not need to use.

A new way of making electricity

Ever since the 19th century, when people were developing different ways of creating electricity, companies have looked for improved ways of producing power, using cleaner and more efficient methods. Now a UK company called Pavegen has been working on technology that could be widely used in the future to produce electricity. (46) _______. The company has developed a special type of floor, made of square tiles. Underneath each square, there’s a system that can produce a certain amount of electricity very cheaply - from the energy created every time someone steps on it! 

The creator of the floor, Laurence Kemball-Cook, came up with the idea when he was a student, and did some work experience with an energy company. The company asked him to investigate ways of providing street lighting in city centres, using energy from the sun to produce electricity. (47) _______. One reason was that many city centres don’t get enough sunlight, because of all the tall buildings. Then he thought of a better plan. 

(48) _______. The right technology could be used to convert this energy into electricity - right under people’s feet! 

The design of the floor is actually extremely effective. (49) _______. And the reason is that a lot of energy is produced simply because of the large numbers of people walking across the floor. In fact, the special squares are already in place in several locations with high numbers of pedestrians. These include big department stores and also an airport. 

The flooring can have other uses too, such as recording how many people visit a shopping centre at particular times. (50) _______. For example, shop owners in the centre would be interested in knowing at which times of days they have the highest customer numbers. So the next time you visit a big shopping centre, have a careful look at the floor that you’re walking across!

A   But that isn’t the end of the story.

B   This kind of information is very useful for certain people.

C   Why not use the energy created by pedestrians instead?

D   However, one big problem could be cost.

E   And it’s actually based on a simple idea.

F   This is especially true when it’s been used in very busy areas.

G   But it soon became clear that this might not work.

H   This new system should work even better.

Part 5. Read the passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the best answer to each of the questions that follow.

Did you know that the first New Year’s celebration was recorded over 4,000 years ago in ancient Babylon? Although the date of the new year has changed over the centuries, nowadays most cultures restart their calendar on January 1st. This means that people like to party on December 31st to celebrate their past successes and say goodbye to any hardships. 

In earlier human history, the new year was tied to farming and religion. When life was most prosperous in spring, that’s when many cultures felt like they had a fresh start. During their festivities, they would feast and exchange simple gifts with their neighbors to ensure the rest of their year could be merry. A joyous Happy New Year card featuring a striking sun design with a bold black sun and radiant golden rays, harmoniously placed alongside white text in the center. Enhancing the celebratory scene are vibrant number balloons and elegant champagne glasses. Surprise - New Year Invitation In the modern world, our New Year parties have become even more fun. People all around the world send out New Year’s Eve invitations for awesome parties, stock up on champagne and snacks, and dance the night away with their loved ones. No matter where you go in the world, you’re guaranteed to witness a countdown and firework show when the clock strikes midnight. 

In many countries, like America, one tradition is to kiss someone at midnight. In London, Big Ben awakens to ring in the new year. If you visit Thailand, don’t be surprised if you see people climbing in and out of coffins. In their culture, this is a way to ward off bad luck, pay their respects to the dead, and renew themselves. Another common tradition around the world is to

51. Which of the following could best serve as the main idea for the passage?

A. The brief history of the New Year

B. Ways of celebrating New Year in the world

C. Universal successes during the New Year Festival

D. Different meanings of New Year Day

52. The phrase “stock up on” in paragraph 2 most probably means _______.

A. buy a lot  B. drink so much

C. make together  D. save money

53. According to paragraph 2, which of the following can be seen everywhere in the world on New Year’s Eve?

A. exchange of gifts  B. a firework show

C. restarting calendar  D. giving kisses

54. The phrase “their culture” in paragraph 3 refers to the culture of _______.

A. America  B. England  C. Thailand D. many countries

55. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?

A. The New Year is related to agriculture and religion at all times.

B. The modern New Year is less joyful than the past one.

C. Going in and out of a coffin in the New Year brings bad luck to all people in the world.

D. Kissing someone at midnight on New Year’s Eve is not only popular in America.

SECTION 4: WRITING (2.5 points)

Part 1. For each question, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first one, using NO MORE THAN FIVE WORDS.

56. Irene saw a real tiger for the first time when she went to the zoo last week.

=> Before Irene went to the last week, she _____________________________________________ tiger.

57. My advice to you is to talk to our teachers.

=> If I ____________________________________________________________________ to our teachers.

58. My local sailing school said that I was too young to join their courses.

My local sailing school said that I was not _______________________________________ their courses.

59. Conan’s very careful when he drives so that he doesn’t have an accident.

=> Conan drives _____________________________________________________ not to have an accident.

60. You needn’t make an appointment to see the personnel manager.

=> There’s ________________________________________ an appointment to see the personnel manager.

Part 2. Rewrite each of the following sentences so that the new one means the same as the original sentence, using the words given. Do NOT change the form of words in brackets.

61. Leonardo spent a long time painting this picture. (TO)

=> It _________________________________________________________________________________.

62. The girl said to the boy, “I saw your uncle at my house last night”. (TOLD)

=> The girl ____________________________________________________________________________.

63. When it comes to population, Beijing’s is much bigger than Auckland’s. (POPULATED)

=> Beijing is much ______________________________________________________________________.

64. Are you sorry that you didn’t accept his offer? (REGRET)

=> Do _______________________________________________________________________________?

65. Do you want to listen to K-pop music? (FEEL)

=> Do _______________________________________________________________________________?

Part 3. Write an essay (1.5 points)

Many students find it difficult to concentrate on or pay attention to the lessons at school. What are the reasons for this problem? What can be done to solve it?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

You should write at least 200 words.

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