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Đề thi Chuyên Anh vào THPT Chuyên Huỳnh Mẫn Đạt tỉnh Kiên Giang năm học 2020-2021 có đáp án đã được cập nhật đầy đủ tại website Tài liệu diệu kỳ. Đây sẽ là tài liệu hữu ích dành cho các thí sinh có nguyện vọng xét tuyển vào lớp chuyên Anh của Trường THPT Chuyên Công lập tại tỉnh Kiên Giang. Đề thi chính thức sẽ giúp các em tham khảo các dạng bài thường gặp và lên kế hoạch ôn luyện bám sát theo cấu trúc đề thi.

Theo thông tin từ Sở GD&ĐT Kiên Giang, các học sinh thi vào trường THPT chuyên tại tỉnh cần dự thi 02 bài thi bắt buộc là Toán và Ngữ Văn (hệ số 1) và Bài thi chuyên (hệ số 2). Kết quả xét tuyển sẽ dựa trên kết quả thi của các thí sinh và chỉ tiêu tuyển sinh của trường.

Bài thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh gồm có 90 câu hỏi (tự luận + trắc nghiệm) và 1 bài viết luận (Paragraph writing). Thí sinh có tổng cộng 150 phút làm bài. Dưới đây là toàn bộ đề thi chính thức và đáp án gợi ý được website Tài liệu diệu kỳ tổng hợp.

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Questions Answers

16 C

17 B

18 D

19 C

20 D

21 B

22 B

23 C

24 D

25 A

26 A

27 B

28 A

29 A

30 C

31 D

32 D

33 B

34 A

35 A

36 been held => held

37 them => it

38 celebrate => celebrates

39 performing => to perform

40 since => during











51 A

52 B

53 B

54 D

55 C

56 A

57 B

58 C

59 A

60 C

61 make

62 end

63 define

64 options

65 pursue

66 break

67 share

68 close

69 decision

70 situation

71 G

72 C

73 E

74 A

75 F

76 B

77 A

78 B

79 A

80 D

81 With exception of Nam, all the students took part in the project.

82 In my opinion, it isn't worth staying at that guesthouse because the service is dreadful.

83 There’s no point in rewriting this report.

84 It is not like Andy to complain about everything.

85 His mother asked him if there was anyone else he wanted to invite.

86 Linda would rather study History than Maths.

87 We haven’t heard from them for a year.

88 Anna has never written such a good story before.

89 Khoa was made to tidy his room before he could go and play in the park.

90 Jack and David’s father told his sons that he could pick them up from school that afternoon.

91 Essay writing.

Đề thi Chuyên Anh vào THPT Chuyên Huỳnh Mẫn Đạt tỉnh Kiên Giang




(Đề thi có 10 trang)


NĂM HỌC 2020-2021


Ngày thi: 21/07/2020

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

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).




Bài nghe gồm 3 phần; tất cả các phần đều được nghe 2 lần.

Mở đầu và kết thúc đều có nhạc hiệu và/hoặc lời dẫn. Sau khi nhận bài, thí sính có ít nhất 5

phút để xem qua nội dung và yêu cầu của mỗi bài nghe.

Mọi yêu cầu và hướng dẫn làm bài được in sẵn trong đề trước mỗi bài nghe.

Lưu ý: Thí sinh phải đọc kỹ phần hướng dẫn in trong đề thi do không có phần ghi âm

(recording) trước mỗi bài nghe.

LISTENING (15 points)

Part 1. You will hear a radio programme about Barcelona. For questions 1-5, choose the best answer (A. B, or C). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

0 has been done as an example for you.

0. Visitors to Barcelona should not go

A. in the middle of summer.

B. when there is a festival.

C. in winter.

1. The best way to get around the city is

A. on a moped.

B. by taxi.

C. on the Metro.

2. Barcelona is

A. a city with modern and old features.

B. a completely modern city.

C. a very old city.

3. What does the speaker say about La Rambla?

A. It is full of cars.

B. It is Barcelona’s best-known street.

C. It is a famous food market.

4. What can you see in Maremagnum?

A. a cathedral

B. a bird market

C. lots of shops and cafés

5. The Sagrada Familia cathedral

A. doesn’t take long to visit.

B. is not completed.

C. is difficult to climb up.

Your answers:

0. A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.


Part 2. You will hear a student phone-in programme about revising for exams and decide who said these things (6-10): Dan (D), Charlie (C) or Mohammed (M). For questions 6-10, write D for Dan, C for Charlie or M for Mohammed in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

0 has been done as an example for you.

0. You need to get some exercise in the fresh air to keep your brain working well.

6. Keep yourself motivated by rewarding yourself.

7. Get organized with a revision timetable.

8. Prioritise – study the important things first.

9. Leave some time to relax.

10. Don’t drink lots of coffee.

Your answers:

0. D 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 3. You will hear a talk by David Johnson, the chief instructor at Hillside Survival School. For questions 11-15, complete the sentences with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS. Write exactly what you hear.in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

00 has been done as an example for you.

Your answers:

00. the army 11. 12.

13. 14. 15.





A. Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from other three in the position of primary stress in each of the questions from 16 to 18. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

00 has been done as an example for you.

00. A. funny B. happy C. other D. awake

16. A. abrupt B. alert C. aspect D. attend

17. A. compliment B. correspond C. decorate D. innovate

18. A. interactive B. economic C. resolution D. academy

B. Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the questions from 19 to 20. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

19. A. installed B. ploughed C. laughed D. raised

20. A. label B. parade C. nominate D. climate

Your answers:

00. D 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.


For questions 21 - 35, choose the correct answer A, B, C or D to each of the following questions. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

00 has been done as an example for you.

00. Is English a(n) language in your country?

A. mother B. official C. living D. tongue

21. Don’t return the book to the library 

A. because I don’t want to read it. B. because I haven’t read it yet.

C. when I read it. D. but I have already read it.

22. What would you like _ while waiting for your examination result?

A. doing B. to do C. to doing D. do

23. After visiting Dalat many times, they decided to it their home.

A. list B. name C. make D. place

24. The young teacher was more and more impatient as the time passed.

A. showing B. developing C. seeming D. growing

25. Our new apartment is easy reach of the town centre.

A. within B. to C. of D. in

26. The shopping centre is easily from the motorway.

A. accessible B. accountable C. available D. affordable

27. He likes nearly everything on TV, but his favourite programmes are chat .

A. series B. shows C. broadcasts D. videos

28. Famous actors are always in the public .

A. eye B. interest C. light D. service

29. She tried windsurfing, but she didn’t take it at all.

A. to B. up C. over D. on

30. I really like his paintings, but I admit that at first _ the colours seem a bit bright.

A. impression B. look C. sight D. view

31. Due to a(n) in the postal service, we got the flight tickets at the very last minute.

A. break B. interruption C. postponement D. delay


32. There were people protesting here earlier, but now everything’s fine: it’s all control.

A. behind B. over C. in D. under

33. I can’t stand seeing animals in .

A. reserve B. captivity C. protection D. packaging

34. Instead of throwing paper and glass we can recycle them.

A. away B. off C. up D. in

35. It’s better for animals to live in the .

A. wild B. habitat C. wildlife D. nature

Your answers:

00. B 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35.

Part 3. There are 6 mistakes in the following text. The first mistake (numbered 00) is corrected as an example for you. Find the other 5 mistakes and correct them. Write your answer in the corresponding numbered boxes (36-40).















People in the city of Lafayette, Louisiana enjoys this amazing cultural festival every year. They have been held the festival at the end of April annually since 1986. Most people know them by its French name, Festival International de Louisiane, because the festival celebrate the French speaking culture and history of Southwest Louisiana. The organisers invite musicians from France, the Caribbean, Africa and the Americas performing outdoor concerts all around Lafayette. People also set up stalls selling food and arts and crafts all over the city since the week-long celebrations.


Your answers:

Questions Line Incorrect item Corrected item

00. example 1 enjoys enjoy







Part 4. For questions 41-50, write the correct form of each word in CAPITAL LETTERS in the numbered boxes provided.

(00) has been done for you as an example.

Juice Extractor - USER GUIDE


Read this manual (00) before first use, even if you are familiar with the product. The (41) precautions enclosed herein reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury when correctly adhered to.

To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or serious (42) _ injury:

Always ensure the product is (43) from the electrical outlet before relocating, assembling, disassembling, or cleaning it.

Keep the product out of the reach of children and pets. Close (44) is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.

Do not leave the product (45) while it is in use. Always unplug the product from the electrical outlet when it is not in use.

Do not use attachments not recommended or sold by the product (46) .

Handle the blades with care as they are (47) sharp.

Do not plug/unplug the product into/from the electrical outlet with a wet hand. Do not remove the pulp container when the appliance is in (48) .

This appliance is intended for indoor, household use only. It is not (49) for commercial or industrial use.

Do not operate the appliance for more than 40 seconds at a time when juicing heavy loads and let it cool down (50) afterwards.










Your answers: 00. thoroughly 41. 42.

43. 44. 45. 46.

47. 48. 49. 50.


Part 1. For questions 51-60, read the passage and choose A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

Be a better listener

Listening is the most important of all skills for successful conversations at work, college or in social (51) . Generally, people are very (52) listeners. The reason for this is that when talking to a colleague or a friend, they are often already preparing their (53) while the colleague or friend is still speaking. But effective listening requires that you listen as though there were (54) _ else in the world more fascinating to you than what that person is saying. Even in the (55) of an extremely noisy party, the very best listeners seem to have (56)    _     gift of making the person who is speaking feel as if he or she were the only person in the room. They do this by paying (57) attention and asking lots of questions. One very useful technique to (58) the conversation going is to ask, ‘What do you mean, exactly?’ It’s impossible for the other person not to (59) more detail. You can then follow (60) with other open-ended questions and keep the conversation rolling along.

51. A situations B. locations C. places D. settings

52. A faint B. poor C frail D. hopeless

53. A. speech B. response C. reaction D. expression

54. A. not B. anything C. something D. nothing

55. A. heart B. depth C. middle D. peak

56. A. possessed B. achieved C. received D. acquired

57. A. strong B. close C. hard D. deep


58. A. give

59. A. provide B. put

B. participate C. get

C. contribute D. make

D. attach

60. A. along B. in C. up D. after

Your answers:

51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

Part 2. For questions 61-70, fill each of the following numbered blanks with only ONE suitable word to complete the passage. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

(00) has been done for you as an example.

How to manage the result stress if you scored low

Do not compare your grades with others

Comparing your result (00) others will only  (61) you feel worse. It might feel that everyone around you has performed better. But the truth is that there will be plenty of people who will be sitting quietly and thinking about their result. Try to avoid the noises around you, relax and go through your result carefully.

Try to move on

It is obvious to feel sad and disappointed if your grades are low, but this is not a(n) (62) of the world. Your marks do not (63) your capability and intelligence level. In a few years, you won't even remember your grades. So, stop stressing about it and focus on what lies ahead.

Look for some other alternative

If you think that you would not be able to get into the high school you wanted due to low grades, then look for some alternative (64) . Low grades do not mean that you cannot (65)            your dreams. Talk to someone who has knowledge about it and try to mull other possibilities.

Stay away from social media

There are chances that people might be posting about their results on social media. Watching such posts can make  you feel more  negative about yourself. Take a(n) (66) _ from  social media for a day or two. If you do not want to (67) your result with everyone, it's alright.

Do not bottle your feelings

If you are feeling anxious or stressed about the result  then talk to someone you are (68) to. Discuss your feelings and plans, this will help to calm your mind and make a better(69) . Bottling your feelings is not the right thing to do at this time. You can also seek professional advice in such a (70) .

Your answers: 00. with 61. 62.

63. 64. 65. 66.

67. 68. 69. 70.

Part 3. Read the following passage and do the tasks that follow.

Why Study History?

Happiness in life could be defined as successfully acting as the chief character in a story one has written oneself. While individuals create a meaningful personal story through action, experience, behaviour and memory, so too the history of a nation (or other group) is a story that gives meaning to the members of that nation living today.

Historians try to combine an understanding of social, economic, political and cultural activity into a general story, explaining how these have affected each other to shape the general course of human events.

Historians use rational scientific methods like the study of statistics and data, but their goal is to tell stories that make sense and have a plot. Many facts are, or seem, certain. But the meaning of those facts, or even the full story of what happened, is less obvious than might think. To understand and explain the past, the historian must develop a theory and test it against the evidence he or she has collected. In a nutshell, the more evidence it can satisfactorily account for, the better the theory.


Much of the evidence that historians use was not available to people of the time, and much material that existed then has been lost. Relatively little new evidence comes to light, so historians largely rely on developing new methods of analysis, asking new questions, or following new story lines that show the relevance of evidence that was previously ignored.

No historical theory can be proved beyond all doubt, because there is room for interpretation in any human activity. Every time one tries to understand the past, one gains insight into the uncertainty of any knowledge: history is sometimes more like a detective story than an experiment in a laboratory.

For questions 71-75, read the passage above and complete each sentence with the correct ending A – G from the box below. Write the correct letter A - G in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. There are TWO endings that you do not need to use.

71. Nations use history to understand

72. Historians show the interaction between

73. Historians try to explain

74. Historians often need to work out

75. We can never be certain about

Your answers:

71. 72. 73. 74. 75.

Part 4. For questions 76-80, read the following passage and choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided.

We’re in Paris, on the Île de la Cité, in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame next to the River Seine. This is point zero. The distances from Paris to all parts of France are measured from here. And at the heart of Paris is the Seine. ‘For Parisians the Seine is the way to know where you are in Paris,’ says the art historian Marina Ferretti.

I love my boat

One day 34 years ago, Claude Tharreau was walking along the Seine looking for an apartment to buy when he saw the Cathare: a 70-foot-long boat built in 1902 and for sale. It was Sunday. On Wednesday he bought the boat. ‘Afterwards I noticed it was a boat with no electricity or water,’ he says. He has lived on it since then. It’s one of the 199 houseboats in Paris.

Instant beach

The beach-on-the-Seine was the idea of Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoë. Every summer, the road on the Right Bank of the river is closed for four weeks. The project manager Damien Masset lists the ingredients for an instant beach: 5,500 tons of sand, 250 blue umbrellas, 350 deck chairs, 800 chairs, 250 loungers, 200 tables, four ice-cream sellers, eight cafés, 250 people to build the beach and 450 people to work there.

River rules

It’s a hot summer day. You can see the heat rising from the road. The river looks cool. ‘Can you swim in the Seine?’ I ask the head of police Sandrine Berjot. ‘Non,’ she says. ’38 euros.’ That’s the fine for swimming. ‘What about your feet?’ ‘No, you can’t put your feet in.’ Here are some other things you can’t do: go waterskiing or tie your boat around a tree with rope. And if you see a person in the water you mustn’t jump in. You must call the police. This is serious: the fine for jumping in may be 75,000 euros and five years in jail.


The river

All kinds of objects float in the water: plastic toys, balloons, cigarettes, empty bottles. They float past the famous architecture of Paris and the river changes all the time. The painters Claude Monet and Henri Matisse had studios on the river. In their paintings we can see the changing and dancing light on the river.

76. Which statement is true?

A. Parisians don’t know the Seine very well.

B. The river is an important part of Parisian life.

C. The Seine is cleaner now than it was in the past.

D. The river goes around the outside of Paris.

77. According to the first paragraph 

A. distances to places in France are counted from the Île de la Cité.

B. the Seine goes through the centre of France.

C. you can get to all parts of France on the Seine by boat.

D. you can do different water sports on the river.

78. What did Claude Tharreau want to do?

A. know the Seine better B. buy a place to live

C. find a place to work D. go on a trip on the river

79. What is the Cathare?

A. a houseboat B. an apartment

C. an area next to the river D. the centre of France

80. If you see a person with problems in the river, you should _

A. go in a boat to the person. B. jump into the river.

C. call for help. D. tell the police.

Your answers:

76. 77. 78. 79. 80.


Part 1: For questions 81-85, rewrite the sentences using the words in bold type (DO NOT change the form of these words). Use between 3 and 5 words. Do not change the meaning of the original sentence.

81. All the students took part in the project except Nam. exception

→ With all the students took part in the project.

82. If I were you, I wouldn’t stay at that guesthouse because the service is dreadful. worth

→ In my opinion, at that guesthouse because the service is dreadful.

83. I don’t think we need to rewrite this report. point

→ There’s this report.

84. Andy doesn’t usually complain about everything. like

→ It is about everything.

85. His mother asked him if he wanted to invite any more people. else

→ His mother asked him if he wanted to invite.

Part 2: For questions 86-90, finish each of the sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it. Use between 3 and 5 words

86. Linda wants to study History, not Maths.

→ Linda would rather ………………………...………………………………………………………

87. The last time they contacted us was a year ago.

→ We haven’t heard ……………………………………………………………………………….…

88. This is the best story Anna has ever written.

→ Anna has story before.

89. Khoa’s mum made him tidy his room before he could go and play in the park.

→ Khoa his room before he could go and play in the park.

90. ‘I can pick you two boys up from school this afternoon,’ said their father to Jack and David.

→ Jack and David’s father told his sons that from school that afternoon.

Part 3: Write a paragraph of about 120 words to answer the following questions.

“What subjects at school are useful to help prepare yourself for the modern world? Why do you think they

are important?”

(DO NOT mention your name, your teachers’ name, your school’s name or your hometown’s name in your


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