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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỒNG NAI
ĐỂ CHÍNH THỨC
KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 NĂM HỌC 2023-2024
Môn: TIẾNG ANH – CHUYÊN
Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút (không kể thời gian phát đề) (Đề thi này gồm 08 trang, 91 câu)
Họ và tên thí sinh:
Chữ ký giám thị 1 ...
I. PHONOLOGY (1 point)
Chữ ký giám thị 2: .......
For questions 1-5, 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 following questions.
1. A. reason
2. A. hooked
3. A. ransom
4. A. surgery
5. A. climber
For questions 6-10, choose the letter (A, B, C or D) to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions..
6. A. inherit
7. A. particular
8. A. available
9. A. experiment
10. A. enthusiasm
D. photographic D. significant D. ability
II. LEXICO-GRAMMAR (3 points)
For questions 11-25, choose the answer (A, B, C or D) which best completes each blank. 11. Because there was a delay in our flight, by the time we got to the craft fair, all the best items
A. had sold
B. had been sold
C. were being sold
D. would be sold
the student's had six months to work on his project, he hasn't made much progress.
A. On account of 13. It was essential that Eddie
B. Given that
C. As soon as
D. Due to equipment to our office before the end of the month.
C. had returned
D. was returning
dark chocolate causes acne is a widely held belief, but there is no scientific evidence for this.
15. Vitamins are
B. Why eating
are elements needed in greater quantities.
A. as important to our health as
C. the most important to our health
C. That eating
D. Because eating
B. to our health as important
D. important to our health than
a second language with relative ease, while others have a much more
16. Some people seem to
A. come round
B. break out
C. turn in
D. pick up
17. The shape and size of a clay teapot depend mainly on the function
A. which it is 18. Beth has always A. inspired
B. for which it is to become a professional actress.
C. which it is for
D. for which is
19. Listed as an endangered species,
A. humans have destroyed the red panda's habitat
B. the habitat of the red panda has been destroyed by humans. C. the red panda has had its habitat destroyed by humans
D. destruction has been made by humans to the red panda's habitat 20. The food Mrs. Bartley was cooking in the kitchen was giving B. off
21. As it was a small house party, we A. will not need to dress up
C. need not dress up
22. Brian: What is your brother doing now?
a wonderful smell.
B. did not need to have dressed up D. did not need to dress up
Steve: He works for the BBC, doing research work for the documentary programmes.
Steve: Well, yes. Most of it is..
A. Lucky him! The work must be fascinating!
C. What's the salary like?
23. Because John's parents always allow him to have his way, they have thoroughly
B. Interesting. Doesn't he get tired of it? D. How did he get into a job like that?
A. ruined 24. Health and fitness have become big
25. She is a(n)
scientist who has influenced many others in the field of medicine.
For questions 26-35, fill in each blank with the correct form of the word in brackets.
26. The artist's
was to remove details that would ruin the simplicity of the design. (INTEND) 27. How can I ever
you for your kindness? (PAY) 28. The new team leader was criticized for putting his
to the contract. (SIGN) 29. When you
guitar strings, the note gets higher. (TIGHT) 30. Without reliable published data, the journalist could only
a plane crash in the Amazon. (OFFICE)
31. The bad weather presented a serious challenge to even experienced 32. Unlike his friends who received art lessons at school, the
books and visiting art museums. (TEACH)
33. Jazz, which
34. Tourism has had
estimate there to be 8 survivors of
artist learned mostly by reading
in the US, has now become popular throughout the world. (ORIGIN)
35. Sadly, the company has
effects on the island's culture. (REACH)
the practice of providing its staff with free lunches. (CONTINUE)
For questions 36-40, choose the letter (A, B, C or D) to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following sentences. You do NOT need to fix the error. 36. Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
B. enough safe
37. Magnificent mountains and coastal scenery is British Columbia's chief tourist attractions.
38. Like her other novels, in her new book Jane Lo offers a moving account of what she considers to be
the worst years of her life.
A. Like her other
B. moving account
D. to be
39. Fertilizers are used primarily to enrich soil and increasing yield.
40. Long thought of as a quiet, stuffy place where people just borrowed books, libraries have been
changing their images dramatically over the last few years.
A. thought of as
B. a quiet, stuffy place
D. been changing
III. READING (3 points)
For questions 41-48, read the passage and fill each of the following numbered blanks with ONE suitable word.
The Secret to Unlocking Memory
How do you prepare for exams? Do you draw up a timetable months in (41) and stick to it or leave studying to the last minute, resorting to cramming as much as you can into your head the night (42) ? According to memory champion Ed Cooke, the key to memorizing material (43) start early but learn in short bursts, reading for 10 minutes then repeatedly testing yourself later. And he strongly believes that you can strengthen your memory (44) making connections with things you already know. He suggests that before you start, you write (45) everything you know about a subject on a piece of paper, then compare it to your notes in (46) to highlight the gaps in your knowledge. (47)
thing is for sure, though. None of these memory techniques will work (48) focus and discipline, so you still have a lot of hard work to do!
For questions 49-56, read the passage and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each of the following numbered blanks.
The cold and flu season is back again, so it's time to (49)
up on prevention and treatment.
to popular belief, cooler weather doesn't cause colds. What is more likely is that we stay indoors more, giving viruses a (51) of opportunity to spread from person to person. In addition, the low humidity, and the dry air makes the nasal cavity more between the beginning of autumn
cold months are associated (52)
(53) to bugs. Consequently, cases of colds and flu (54) and spring (the average adult gets two to four respiratory infections a year; children even more). Because the season is upon us, it is a good idea to revise a few cold and flu tactics.
To prevent an infection, the best defence is a good offence. The first step is to (55) contact with the cold sufferer. When someone with a cold sneezes, coughs or sniffles, keep your distance. Hugging, kissing and shaking hands are (56)
ways to catch a cold.
49. A. match
50. A. Contrary
51. A. door
52. A. for
53. A. deductible
54. A. surge
55. A. make
56. A. proven
For questions 57-62, read an extract from a magazine article. Six paragraphs have been removed from the extract. Choose from the list of paragraphs (A-G) the one which fits each gap (57-62). There is ONE extra paragraph which you do not need to use.
Learning to Cook
Writer and historian Angie Cullen looks at the history of cooking and finds that we're not as sophisticated as we'd like to think
In prehistory, home was often either a cave or a roughly constructed shelter. People lived on fruit, berries, roots, nuts and seeds. But they also learned to cook, having mastered hunting and how to control fire. Cooking was mostly done outside. Think cooking over a camp fire, and you won't be far out. The social aspect of eating a meal has its origins right here.
To start with, this meant feeding the immediate family, but if there was still more food, other members of the community would be invited. The host would be celebrated if this happened regularly, and would gain a higher position in society. Cooking was a simple affair, with roasting meat on a spit being the obvious. choice.
Another method made use of those heated stones to raise the temperature of a pit filled with water so that the meat could be boiled. For those living near the river or the coast, fish could also be boiled of course. We know that fish was also coated in wet clay and placed in a fire. This ensured it was cooked through without charring the outside.
The development of farming meant that people could settle more permanently. It also led to a surplus of food, so that it was no longer necessary for everyone to be involved in
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hunting, gathering, building fires or cooking. In other words, people had time to devote to new skills, among them pottery and later metalwork.
The discovery and use of these new materials helped create cookware which has since. remained incredibly similar ever Naturally, refinements have been made, but a large pan in today's kitchen doesn't differ all that much from an Iron Age version.
There's one major problem with this arrangement, however, and that's smoke. Yes, an indoor fire solves problems caused by the wind and the rain, but living and sleeping in a smoke- filled room brings problems of its own. It took a surprisingly long time to solve this, but eventually it was done with the invention of the chimney, and ultimately a separate room - the kitchen.
The popularity of large, open plan kitchens where family and guests can sit and chat with the cook is a very recent development. After generations of kitchens and their occupants being hidden away, they now take centre stage in our homes. Think about it for a moment; family and friends gather around the stove to eat and socialise. Remind you of anything? For all the mod cons in today's kitchen, the way we use it goes right back to our prehistoric roots.
A. A level of sophistication was needed in order to combat the effects of the wind and rain. One method. was to light a fire in a hole dug in the ground and heat large stones on it. The meat was then placed on the hot stones, covered with earth (protected by wet leaves) and left to cook through slowly.
B. It's most likely that the earliest uses of pottery were in cooking and food preparation. You can
certainly see the appeal of being able to keep food free from dirt, as well as being able to transport water more easily and avoid burns. As for metal implements, after improved tools and weapons for hunting, food preparation would have been next to benefit.
C. That's because a successful hunter would bring home more food than was needed for one person. With no means of preserving or keeping food fresh, the food had to be eaten before it went off, so the logical thing to do was to all eat together.
D. Things developed more rapidly once homes had a dedicated space for cooking. Stoves and ovens became more sophisticated, cleaner and more easily regulated. Electricity, of course, brought a whole range of extra luxuries, and fridges, freezers and dishwashers all helped to ease the cook's burden. However, kitchens in homes were still small and functional, and were often sited at the back of the house, as if we were just a little bit ashamed of them.
E. The rise of television and, in particular, cooking programmes, has helped with this. Thanks to the popularity of celebrity chefs, the average household has been motivated to try dishes that were unheard of before. People stopped complaining that their food was boring, and more and more people were tempted to try out their culinary skills.
F. Where there has been a major change, of course, is in the relocation of the cooking area from the open air, via an outside courtyard, to an indoor space. At first, the house would be a single room, with all the action - sleeping, playing, cooking and eating - taking place around a central fire.
G. All this inventiveness came about in the absence of cooking utensils. People moved around a lot, and carrying things like pots and pans would have been an issue, even if they had them. Despite people moving to semi-permanent settlements, perhaps for a season at a time, archaeological finds still only. reveal evidence of some kind of fire pit and very little else.
For questions 63-70, read the passage and do the tasks that follow.
Parenting and Responsibility
A. There are still significant gaps between women and men in terms of their involvement in family life, the tasks they perform and the responsibilities they take. Yet, at least in developed Western countries, both women and men express a desire for greater equality in family life. It is evident that in terms of attitudes and beliefs, the problem cannot simply be thought of in terms of women wanting men to share more equally and men being reluctant to do so. The challenge now is to develop policies and practices based on a presumption of shared responsibility between men and women, and a presumption that there are potential benefits for men and women, as well as for families and the community, if there is greater gender equality in the responsibilities and pleasures of family life. These are becoming key concerns for researchers, policy makers, community workers and, more importantly, family members themselves.
B. Despite the significant increase in the number of women with dependent children who are in the paid workforce, Australian research studies over the last 15 years are consistent in showing that divisions. of labour for family work are very rigid indeed (Watson, 1991). In terms of time, women perform approximately 90% of childcare tasks and 70% of all family work (Russell, 1983). Demo and Acock (1993), in a recent US study, also found that women continue to perform a constant and major proportion of household labour (68% to 95%) across all family types (first marriage, divorced, step- family or never married), regardless of whether they are employed or non-employed in paid work.
C. Divisions of labour for family work are particularly problematic in families in which both parents are employed outside the home (dual-worker families). Employed mothers adjust their jobs and personal lives to accommodate family commitments more than employed fathers do. Mothers are less likely to work overtime and are more likely to take time off work to attend to children's needs (Van den Heuvel, 1993). Mothers spend less time on personal leisure activities than their partners, a factor that often leads to resentment (Demo and Acock, 1993).
D. The parental role is central to the stress-related anxiety reported by employed mothers, and a major contributor to such stress is their taking a greater role in childcare (Van den Heuvel, 1993). Edgar and Glezer (1992) found that close to 90% of both husbands and wives agreed that the man should share equally in childcare, yet 55% of husbands and wives claimed that the men actually did this. (These claims are consistent despite the findings mentioned earlier that point to a much lower participation rate by fathers.) A mother's wanting her partner to do more housework and childcare is a better predictor of poor family adjustment than is actual time spent by fathers in these tasks (Demo and Acock, 1993). It is this desire, together with its lack of fulfillment in most families, that brings about stress in the female parent.
E. Family therapists and social work researchers are increasingly defining family problems in terms of a lack of involvement and support from fathers and are concerned with difficulties involved in having fathers take responsibility for the solution of family and child behaviour problems (Edgar and Glezer, 1986). Yet, a father accepting responsibility for behaviour problems is linked with positive outcomes. F. Research studies lend strong support to the argument that there are benefits for families considering a change to a fairer or more equitable division of the pleasures and pains of family life. Greater equality. in the performance of family work is associated with lower levels of family stress and higher self- esteem, better health, and higher marital satisfaction for mothers. There is also higher marital satisfaction for fathers, especially when they take more responsibility for the needs of their children fathers are happier when they are more involved (Russell, 1984).
Questions 63-65: Choose the most suitable heading (i-xi) from the list of headings below for each paragraph (A-C). On your answer sheet, write the appropriate numbers (i-xi). There are more headings than you will need.
List of Headings
The presumptions of policy makers
Need for more equitable parenting policies viii.
The impact of dual employment
Comparison of employed and non-
The effect of stress on the female parent Disadvantages of parental equality The experts' view of the male parent's role
The benefits of balanced responsibility
Commitment of mothers to their paid jobs Origins of anxiety in working mothers
The unchanged role of the female parent
63. Paragraph A
64. Paragraph B
65. Paragraph C
Questions 66-69: Match each research finding below with the researcher(s) from the list of researchers. On your answer sheet, write the appropriate letter(s) DA, EG, R, VH, or W.
The number of hours a father spends doing childcare is not the best indicator of how well the family is adjusted.
List of Researchers
The vast majority of fathers do not take part to any great extent in family work.
DA Demo and Acock EG Edgar and Glezer
With regard to the issue of equal responsibility for childcare, there is a discrepancy between the wishes and the claims of parent couples.
In terms of dealing with family issues, employed fathers make fewer sacrifices in their jobs than do working women.
Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to the question below. Question 70: What is the writer's main aim in this reading passage?
A. to argue that a division of labour in parenting is equitable
VH Van den Heuvel
B. to argue for increased participation in parenting by working men and women
C. to discuss the differences in the contributions of men and women to the job of parenting
D. to describe the composition of modern families
IV. WRITING (3 points)
For questions 71-80, rewrite each of the following sentences in such a way that it has a similar meaning to the original sentence.
71. I have been studying English for three years now, and next year will make it four.
72. Nobody remained on the ship after the captain had left it.
The captain was the
73. The mechanic repaired our car.
74. You cannot go into that restaurant without wearing a jacket and a tie.
75. I'm sure you didn't lock the front door.
76. I regret not speaking to Stephen sooner.
77. She didn't spend the money on a holiday, which she thought was a pity.
She would rather.........
78. The chicken soup was so sweet that we couldn't eat it.
The chicken soup was too
79. I drank too much tea, and now I am feeling light-headed..
Had it not been
80. "People believe that the previous owner of this house was a rich man's third wife," he said.
He said the previous owner of this house...
For questions 81-90, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do NOT change the word given. You must use between THREE and EIGHT words, including the word given in brackets.
81. They ceased to find his jokes amusing. (LONGER)
82. She didn't realize her mistake until she had put the phone down. (AWARE)
Only after putting the phone down...
83. The eldest of Hoa's three daughters is a famous poet. (WHOM)
........ her mistake.
is a famous poet.
84. "I'm really sorry we didn't inform you about the room changes," the receptionist told us. (HAVING)
85. If you need any further information, please call me. (HESITATE)
If you need any further information,
86. We tried not to laugh at his new haircut, but it was impossible. (HELP)
87. We really need to determine the cause of this leaking tap! (BOTTOM)
We really must get to
about the room changes.
...... me a call.
at his new haircut.
causing this tap to leak.
88. He always gives the impression that he's very confident. (ACROSS)
89. In my opinion, Pelé is the best soccer player. (CONCERNED)
... very confident.
.... soccer better than Pelé.
90. The author was extremely happy when he knew how much influence his writings had on later
... of his writings' influence on later generations.
91. Write a paragraph of about 150 words to answer the question below.
If you had the ability to solve ONE of the following problems our country is facing, which problem would you choose? Explain.
limited access to education for children in remote areas
exhaustion of natural resources
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge, experience or observations.
ĐÁP ÁN CHÍNH THỨC
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH – CHUYÊN
Phần và tổng điểm từng phần
31. mountaineers 32. self-taught
Reading (3.0 điểm)
64. vi VI
65. iii /11
ghi sai chính tả cho
71. By next year I will have been studying / will have studied English for
72. The captain was the last (person) to leave the ship. that left 73. We got our car repaired (by the mechanic)/ the mechanic to repair
74. Unless you wear / are wearing a jacket and a tie, you cannot go into
75. You can't have locked the front door.
76. I wish (that) I had spoken to Stephen sooner.
77. She would rather have spent the money on a holiday.
a had spent
78. The chicken soup was too sweet for us to eat.
are allowed to
won't be allowed to
Canner / go
79. Had it not been' for (my) drinking too much tea, I wouldn't be feeling
80. He said the previous owner of this house was believed to have been a
rich man's third wife.
81. They no LONGER found his jokes amusing.
82. Only after putting the phone down was she AWARE of her mistake.
83. Hoa has three daughters, the eldest of WHOM is a famous poet. 84. The receptionist apologized for not HAVING informed us /
apologized for HAVING failed to inform us about the room changes. 85. If you need any further information, (please) do not HESITATE to give
me a call.
86. We could not HELP laughing at his new haircut.
87. We really must get to the BOTTOM of what is causing this tap to leak. 88. He always comes ACROSS as being
89. As far as I am CONCERNED, no one plays soccer better than Pelé. 90. The author was over the MOON when knowing the extent of his
writings' influence on later generations.
91. The mark is based on the following scheme:
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a. Task completion (20%)
b. Content (40%)
Is the paragraph too short or too long?
Does the paragraph fulfill all of the task requirements (state the chosen problem AND explain why by using appropriate evidence in one paragraph)?
Is the paragraph well-concluded?
Does the paragraph have a clear topic sentence that lets the reader tiêu chí know what problem is being discussed?
Does the paragraph explain and analyze in detail the significance
of solving the chosen problem? Or does the paragraph just describe the problem?
Are the ideas being discussed logically arranged?
c. Language (40%)
Does the paragraph demonstrate an ability to use English grammar, topic-related vocabulary, punctuations and spelling accurately and skillfully?
Is there cohesion in the paragraph? Or are ideas connected using inappropriate linking devices?
Does the paragraph fully inform the reader? If there are errors in usage, do these errors seriously impede the reader's understanding? Is the register appropriate? Or is the language used in the paragraph too informal or unnatural?
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