Đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh tỉnh Lâm Đồng năm học 2020-2021 có đáp án

Đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh tỉnh Lâm Đồng năm học 2020-2021

Tải xuống ngay tài liệu Đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh tỉnh Lâm Đồng năm học 2020-2021 có đáp án tại website Tài liệu diệu kỳ để chuẩn bị cho Kỳ thi Tuyển sinh lớp 10 THPT sắp tới. Đề thi dành cho thí sinh thi vào lớp chuyên Tiếng Anh tại hai trường THPT Chuyên Thăng Long và THPT Chuyên Bảo Lộc. Kết quả trúng tuyển sẽ được Sở GD&ĐT Lâm Đồng công bố tại website chính thức https://lamdong.edu.vn/.

Cấu trúc đề thi tương đối quan thuộc. Đề thi được chia thành bốn phần chính: Nghe, Sử dụng Tiếng Anh, Đọc hiểu, và Viết.

Phần Nghe (Listening bao gồm hai bài tập: điền thông tin và trả lời câu hỏi trắc nghiệm từ đoạn hội thoại đã nghe, nhằm kiểm tra khả năng lắng nghe và hiểu thông tin cụ thể trong ngữ cảnh thực tế.

Phần Sử dụng Tiếng Anh (Use of English) gồm các câu hỏi về ngữ pháp và từ vựng thông qua việc điền từ thích hợp và sửa lỗi sai trong câu. Đây là phần thi thử thách khả năng áp dụng kiến thức ngữ pháp và vốn từ vựng vào thực tế.

Phần Đọc hiểu (Reading) yêu cầu học sinh đọc và hiểu các bài văn bản với nhiều chủ đề khác nhau, từ đó trả lời các câu hỏi trắc nghiệm hoặc chọn câu đúng để điền vào chỗ trống, đo lường khả năng phân tích và hiểu sâu sắc nội dung đọc được.

Cuối cùng, phần Viết (Writing) đòi hỏi thí sinh hoàn thành các câu hoặc viết thư, kiểm tra khả năng biểu đạt ý tưởng một cách rõ ràng và mạch lạc trong tiếng Anh.

Tải xuống: Đề thi Chuyên Tiếng Anh tỉnh Lâm Đồng năm học 2020-2021





NĂM HỌC 2020-2021

Môn: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên)

Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề


Part 1 1 artists

2 12th July

3 Fridays

4 groups

5 lessons

6 timetable

Part 2 1







Part 1 1 B

2 A

3 D

4 C

5 B

6 C

7 C

8 A

9 C

10 B

Part 2 1 variety

2 emotional

3 personality

4 solutions

5 satisfaction

6 possible

7 importance

8 creativity

9 preparation

10 pleasure

Part 3 1 have

2 very

3 -

4 over

5 us

6 -

7 up

8 -

9 made

10 of + so


Part 1 1 A

2 D

3 C

4 D

5 A

6 A

7 B

8 C

Part 2 1 C

2 B

3 A

4 C

5 D

6 C

Part 3 1 C

2 G

3 A

4 F

5 E

6 B

SECTION 4: WRITING (5.0 pts)

Part 1 1 Animals must not be fed by visitors at the zoo.

2 The trip to Chicago wasn’t as expensive as I had expected.

3 My uncle learned to drive when he was forty.

4 The lecturer spoke too quickly for them to understand.

5 In spite of the noise in the room/ noisy room, the singer continued singing.

6 Judith advised Mark to buy himself a new jacket.

Part 2 1 It has been ten years since my first visit to London.

2 Everyone is looking forward to our trip to China next month.

3 The architecture here reminds me of the buildings in Amsterdam.

4 Tina would have stayed in the house on her own if she had not been so frightened.

5 The plane was unable to land because of the thick fog.

6 Anyone who is more than eighteen years of age can be a member of the club.

Part 3 1 I am writing to tell you how much I enjoyed the few hours I spent with you and your family yesterday evening.

2 I have been in England since the beginning of October, and this was my first invitation to dinner with an English family.

3 I found the conversation most interesting, and I am glad to practice my English.

4 I also would like to congratulate you on your excellent cooking.

5 I am grateful for all the helpful information you gave me about English courses.

6 I hope to find a suitable school in the next few days.

7 Could you please give my best wishes to your husband and children?

8 Thank you, again, for an extremely pleasant evening. I look forward to seeing you next month.

Đề thi chính thức Chuyên Tiếng Anh tỉnh Lâm Đồng năm học 2020-2021




(Đề thi có 07 trang)


NĂM HỌC 2020-2021

Môn: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên)

Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề


Part 1: You will hear a man telling some young people about a four-week study programme in a college. For each question, fill in the missing information in the numbered space. Write your answers in the numbered box. (1.5 pts)

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Part 2: You will hear an interview with an Australian girl called Verity, who has recently been on an exchange programme. For each question, choose the correct answer A, B or C. Write A, B or C in the numbered box. (1.5 pts)

1. Verity chose Netherlands for her exchange programme because    

A. a friend had recommended it. B. one of her relatives was from there.

C. she had always wanted to go there.

2. What did Verity find difficult about living in the Netherlands at first?

A. sharing a bedroom B. getting up early

C. cycling to school

3. What did Verity immediately notice about Netherlands?

A. The countryside was more varied than Australia.

B. The buildings were how she’d imagined them.

C. The weather was much colder than she had expected.

4. What was different about the school in the Netherlands?

A. It had better facilities. B. There was a wider range of subjects.

C. The class size was much bigger.

5. Verity was surprised that students in Netherlands

A. knew very little about Australia.

B. had never considered doing an exchange programme.

C. had travelled to a lot of countries.

6. Verity recommends that students on an exchange programme should

A. go to a place where they can speak the language.

B. stay for six months.

C. ask their parents to visit.

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.


Part 1: Choose the word or phrase that best completes each sentence. Write A, B, C, or D in the numbered box. (2.0 pts)

1. In Britain, most shops close at 6 pm, in other countries, they often open in the evening, too.

A. despite B. whereas C. moreover D. nevertheless

2. Isn’t that Tim, the boy father owns a huge yacht?

A. whose B. whom C. which D. that

3. Suddenly, someone shouted, “Thief!” and the man quickly on a motorbike.

A. took in B. came forward C. handed in D. made off

4. I know you don’t like saving money, but suppose you your job. What then?

A. will lose B. are losing C. lost D. would lose

5. Everyone fell when Jane told her joke.

A. off B. about C. over D. in

6. I wish about work all the time. It’s so boring!

A. you don’t talk B. you not talk

C. you wouldn’t talk D. you hadn’t talked

7. It’s very kind of you to bring some cakes with you but you really to.

A. needn’t B. didn’t need C. needn’t have D. not need

8. Sally is so successful because she has completely confidence herself.

A. in B. at C. of D. for

9. Although he didn’t say so directly, the prime minister between the two sides was within reach.

A. told B. ordered C. suggested D. complained

10. We today and I got into trouble because I hadn’t done it.

A. had checked our homework B. had our homework checked

C. were checked our homework D. have checking our homework

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 2: Complete each gap in the passage with the correct form of the word in brackets. Write your answers in the numbered box. (2.0 pts)

Play is an activity that all children take part in, whether alone or with others. In fact, play offers a wide (1. vary)     of benefits for children and is vital for a child's learning and (2. emotion)     development. It is central to the formation of a child's (3. person)      and can help to increase the knowledge children need to cope with the challenges they encounter in school and at home. Play enables children to realise their potential and to find (4. solve)     to problems, thus allowing them to experience the (5. satisfy)     that success brings.

Experts tell us that it is (6. possible)     to overestimate the (7. important)     of play as it is probably the most effective way that children have of trying out and mastering new skills. By opening children's minds to (8. create)    and imagination, play is indeed a good (9. prepare)    for life.

However, as far as children themselves are concerned, the only value of play is quite simply in the fun and (10. please)     that it gives them.

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 3: Look carefully at each line. Some of the lines are correct, and some have a word which should not be there. Tick (🗸) each correct line. If a line has a word which should not be there, write the word in the space. Write the answers in the numbered box. (2.0 pts)












10. I thought I would let you know how much I enjoyed our holiday together in last week. The only trouble with enjoying yourself as much as we did is that life can seem so dull afterwards. Things started to go wrong when I have got to the airport and was told my flight would be delayed for at very least three hours. There was really nothing to do but wait. I felt very hungry but I could not buy anything to eat as I had run out of money. Time passed over really slowly. After about two and a half hours there was an announcement to say us that there would be a further delay of up to two hours, and passengers booked on the flight could order a free meal in the café. I joined up a long queue and had just been served when I heard another announcement telling passengers that the flight was now ready made for boarding. I had to leave my meal and rush to the gate. There was yet another wait at the gate for half of an hour but we did eventually leave more than four hours late. It was not a very good end

to what until then had been a so fantastic holiday. in .

  .

Your answers:

00. in 0.  1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.


Part 1: Read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each gap. Write A, B, C, or D in the numbered box. (2.4 pts)

An ancient cave interests scientists

At the base of a hill in South Africa, a cluster of huge stones marks the entrance to one of humanity's oldest known dwelling places. In fact, humans have (1)     Wonderwerk Cave for 2 million years - most recently in the early 1900s, when a farming family (2)    it their home. Wonderwerk holds another distinction as well: the cave contains the earliest (3)    evidence that our ancient ancestors were using fire for cooking.

Like many archaeological finds, this one was accidental. Researchers were trying to (4)

the age of primitive stone tools that had been unearthed in the cave. In the process, they

(5)    across the ashes of a campfire containing what turned (6) to be remains of food from a million years ago. That was 200,000 years older than any (7) discovered remnants of human-controlled fire. At Wonderwerk, the researchers are digging ever deeper, analysing soil up to 1.8 million years old, (8)     evidence of even older fires.

1. A. occupied B. stayed C. settled D. remained

2. A. built B. found C. used D. made

3. A. heavy B. fixed C. solid D. dense

4. A. conclude B. detect C. notice D. determine

5. A. came B. looked C. went D. fell

6. A. out B. in C. off D. back

7. A. last B. previously C. once D. formerly

8. A. enquiring B. looking C. seeking D. chasing

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. 8.

Part 2: Read the text and the questions below. For each question, choose the correct answer. Write A, B, C, or D in the numbered box. (1.8 pts)


I always look forward to this time of year, and I’m always disappointed! It’s the time of year when the TV channels tell us their plans for the summer and every year I tell myself that it might be different. It never is. Take SuperTV, for example. This channel, on our screens for five years now, broadcasts a depressing mix of game shows and music videos. So what do we find in the new schedule? I’m The One, a game show with holidays as prizes, and VJ-TV, yet another music video programme with brainless presenters. They’re also planning to repeat the dreadful chat show Star Quality, which is about as entertaining as watching grass grow. Why can’t they come up with new ideas?

Channel 9 does a little better. Now that Train Driver has finished, they’ve decided to replace it with Staff Room, a reality show that follows teachers around all day. It should be the hit of the summer, giving us an idea of what really goes on when the lesson is over. Who doesn’t want to see and hear what teachers say about their students at the end of the school day? Great stuff! Together with Life in Aylesford Street, the soap opera that everyone’s talking about, it looks like Channel 9 could be the channel to watch this summer.

Over on BTV1, Max Read is back with Joke-a-Cola, the comedy show. The first series was slightly amusing, the second hilarious. Let’s wait and see what the third series is like. Comedy is difficult to get right, but it ought to be great. I wish I could say the same about the sitcom, Oh! Those Kids! It’s enough to look at the expressions on the faces of the cast! It’s obvious they know it’s rubbish and the script is just so badly written! Oh! Those writers!

The programme makers must think we’ll watch anything. That’s just not true. People might have hundreds of channels on their TV or might live near a cinema with a dozen screens. There is so much choice of entertainment these days- TV, the cinema, the theatre, even the internet- that they have to work hard to keep their audience. What they should be doing is making new, exciting programmes. Where are the programmes that make people think they must stay in to watch them?

We have to ask ourselves what entertainment is. We have to think about what people do with their leisure time. Television has been popular for about 50-60 years but it might not be popular forever. More people are going to the cinema and theatre than ever before. More people are surfing the internet or playing computer games than ever before. If Oh! Those Kids! is all that the TV can offer, why should we watch it? With one or two exceptions, this summer’s programmes will make more people turn off than turn on.

1. At this time of year

A. the TV channels change all their programmes.

B. the writer disappoints the TV channels with her reviews.

C. the writer hopes for something that never happens.

D. the writer’s favourite programmes often disappear.

2. What does “they” in line 6 refer to?

A. SuperTV B. the TV channels

C. the presenters of VJ- TV D. TV viewers

3. The writer says that Staff Room will probably

A. be successful. B. shocks students.

C. be worse than Train Driver. D. be on instead of Life in Aylesford Street.

4. The writer thinks that Joke- a- Cola is now

A. more difficult to understand. B. more popular with viewers.

C. funnier than before. D. more like a sitcom.

5. Because of the choice of entertainment

A. people watch more television.

B. people move to areas with more facilities.

C. programme makers have to tell lies.

D. programmes have to be more exciting.

6. The writer thinks that television

A. will never be as popular as the theatre is.

B. should show more programmes about hobbies.

C. could lose its popularity in the future.

D. ought to provide more than just entertainment.

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Part 3: Read an article about a dam removal project. Six sentences have been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A-G the one which fits each gap (1 – 6). There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. Write A – G in the numbered box. (1.8 pts)

A. The water there had become so shallow that it was possible for people to wade all the way across.

B. “People pay attention to the big fish,” Coffin says. “Yes, they're an important part of the system, but they're not the only things.”

C. One result of these projects has been an unanticipated research opportunity to study how to minimize the damage caused by releasing huge floods of water and decades of sediment.

D. However, the reservoir lost its water and much of its mud, sand and gravel in three hours.

E. Coffin leads me through patches of alder trees that were planted after the dam was removed, then crosses a rocky beach by the river.

F. In the process of doing this, the workers rediscovered the river's original channel along the reservoir bottom.

G. Built back in 1935, the structure provided power and irrigation for a nearby tree nursery that shut down in 1997.

Removing a dam to restore a river

Journalist Richard Lovett is taken to see how a river has come to life again after a dam has been removed.

Just outside the small town of Stabler in Washington, hydrologist Bengt Coffin surveys a mountain river he helped to revive. Today, the clear waters of Trout Creek run fast between banks covered in young alder trees. But just five years ago, an eight-metre-high concrete wall blocked the river at the site. This dam and the reservoir behind it had changed the river completely and made it difficult for fish such as the endangered steelhead trout to return to where they were born in order to breed. For one thing, the reservoir was full of sediment - mud, sand and gravel. It was Coffin who led the US Forest Service effort to remove the dam.

This is all part of a growing trend in the United States. An increasing number of dams are being removed, for financial and environmental reasons. (1)    Some schemes take a slow path, restoring river flow over months or years. Others use explosives and other engineering techniques to drain reservoirs within hours.

At Trout Creek, Coffin and his colleagues decided to take the cautious route when removing the ageing Hemlock Dam. (2)    The dam had been designed to include what is called a fish ladder, which allows fish and other animals to bypass the dam and swim upstream, but it was poorly built by modern standards and the number of fish using it had steadily declined.

A bigger concern was the reservoir, which had been steadily filling in with sediment.

(3)   Coffin holds a hand above his knee to make the point. In the midsummer sun, temperatures in the water could reach 260C; “Too warm for steelhead,” he says.

Coffin and others worried that flooding the river with all that sediment would harm the steelhead further downstream. The solution was to divert the river into a big pipe and then hire a fleet of dumper trucks to carry away all the sediment. (4)    They then reinforced its banks with logs to stop them from eroding.

All those efforts seem to have worked. Just seven hours after water was allowed to flow back, Coffin's team could clearly see the first steelhead venturing into the new channel upstream from the old dam site, but there is another sign of success which Coffin is keen to reveal. (5) The rounded stones on it range from the size of potatoes to loaves of bread, and make walking difficult. But Coffin is thrilled to see them because they are newly arrived, having just been washed in by the current.

The stones in the river provide nesting spots for the steelhead and a habitat for the insects that they eat. (6) To illustrate this, he turns over a couple of rocks and points out six types of insect clinging to the underside, including caddisfly larvae and a stonefly. “The year after the dam was removed, these wouldn't have been here,” he adds with satisfaction.

Your answers:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

SECTION 4: WRITING (5.0 pts)

Part 1: Finish the sentence in such a way that means the same as the one provided. (1.5 pts)

1. Visitors to the zoo are not allowed to feed the animals.

Animals must

2. The trip to Chicago was cheaper than I had expected.

The trip to Chicago wasn’t

3. My uncle didn’t learn to drive until he was forty.

My uncle learned

4. They couldn’t understand the lecturer because he spoke so fast.

The lecturer spoke too

5. Although the room became quite noisy, the singer continued singing.

In spite of the

6. “I think you should buy yourself a new jacket, Mark,” said Judith.

Judith advised Part 2: Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. (1.5 pts)

1. I first visited Rome ten years ago. HAS

It first visit to London.

2. All of us are excited about our trip to China next month. LOOKING

Everyone our trip to China next month.

3. The architecture here makes me think of the buildings in Amsterdam. REMINDS

The architecture here the buildings in Amsterdam.

4. Tina was too frightened to stay in the house on her own. BEEN

Tina would have stayed in the house on her own so frightened.

5. Thick fog prevented the plane from landing. UNABLE

The plane of thick fog.

6. Membership of the club is open to anyone over eighteen. THAN

Anyone who age can be a member of the club.

PART 3: Make all the changes and additions necessary to produce sentences which together make a complete letter. (2.0 pts)

Dear David,

1. I write / tell you how much /I enjoy / the few hours / I spend / you and your family yesterday evening.

2. I be / England /since / beginning / October and this / my first invitation / dinner / an English family.

3. I / find the conversation / most interesting and I / glad / practice English.

4. I / also like / congratulate you / your excellent cooking.

5. I / grateful / all the helpful information / you give / me / courses / English.

6. I hope / find a suitable school / next few days.

7. you / please / give my best wishes / your husband and children.

8. Thank you, again / an extremely pleasant evening. I look forward / seeing you / next month.