Đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh 12 TP Đà Nẵng năm học 2021-2022

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Mời quý độc giả tham khảo Đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh 12 TP Đà Nẵng năm học 2021-2022 - mã đề 746, bao gồm đáp án và file nghe, được cung cấp dưới định dạng word và pdf tại trang web Tài liệu diệu kỳ. Kỳ thi học sinh giỏi lớp 12 cấp thành phố tại Đà Nẵng là một cuộc thi thường niên nhằm chọn ra các học sinh có năng lực tốt các môn văn hóa bậc THPT, do sở GD&ĐT TP Đà Nẵng chủ trì với sự tham gia của tất cả các trường cấp 3 trên địa bàn thành phố bao gồm cả chuyên và không chuyên.

Đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh 12 TP Đà Nẵng năm học 2021-2022 mã đề thi 746 gồm 04 trang, với 50 câu hỏi trắc nghiệm đánh giá kĩ năng toàn diện Listening, Reading của thí sinh. Thí sinh làm bài trong vòng 90 phút, không tính thời gian phát đề.

Dạng bài trong đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh 12 tại Đà Nẵng năm học 2021-2022:

  • Phần 1: Listening (7 câu hỏi)

The listening section includes an interview with Hannah discussing her experience with paragliding. Students are required to listen carefully and answer multiple-choice questions based on the content of the interview. This assesses their ability to understand spoken English, grasp key details, and infer information.

  • Phần 2: Lexico-Grammar (19 câu hỏi)

This section consists of multiple-choice questions testing grammar rules and vocabulary usage. Questions range from choosing the correct article, preposition, or verb form to understanding idiomatic expressions and phrasal verbs.

  • Phần 3: Reading (17 câu hỏi)

The reading passage discusses solutions for traffic problems in cities. Students need to comprehend the passage and answer questions that evaluate their ability to identify main ideas, infer meaning from context, and understand implied information.

  • Phần 4: Writing (5 câu hỏi)

In this section of the test, students are required to choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given sentence. 

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NĂM HỌC 2020-2021


Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

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Học sinh làm bài bằng cách chọn và tô kín một ô tròn trên Phiếu trả lời trắc nghiệm

tương ứng với phương án trả lời đúng của mỗi câu.

Họ và tên học sinh: ...................................................Số báo danh: ............... Phòng thi :............

You will hear an interview with Hannah who went on a paragliding course. Listen to the recording

twice and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each

of the following questions.

1. Why did Hannah want to try paragliding?

A. She found it risky to paraglide. B. She wanted to write an article about it.

C. She was bored with the sport she was doing. D. She had seen other people doing it.

2. Why did Hannah choose to do a paragliding course in France?

A. The location was safer. B. The course was cheaper.

C. The weather was better. D. The dune was higher.

3. Hannah says that the advantage of learning to paraglide from the sand dune is that

A. you are unlikely to fall in the sea. B. you can land comfortably on the sand.

C. you have a rescue team. D. you cannot fall too far.

4. How did Hannah spend the first morning of her course?

A. She learned to lift her paraglider. B. She flew to the bottom of the dune.

C. She watched other people paragliding. D. She mastered the flying technique.

5. When she started flying, her instructor ______.

A. shouted at her from the ground B. talked to her over the radio

C. told her about serious accidents D. flew next to her

6. When you land after paragliding, it feels like ______.

A. jumping from a seat B. falling from a horse

C. falling from a bicycle D. hopping off a cushion

7. What, for Hannah, is the best reason to go paragliding?

A. It's exciting. B. It's unusual. C. It's quiet. D. It’s sensational.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the

following questions.

Question 8. ______ Sahara, which filled nearly all of northern Africa, is the largest desert in the world.

A. The B. No article C. A D. An

Question 9. Despite social media’s ubiquity in modern life, research on its effects on human is still in its ______.

A. initial B. beginning C. infancy D. outset

Question 10. John never uses that bike anymore, but he's very reluctant to ______ of it.

A. discard B. dispose C. disperse D. dissemble

Question 11. Both sides are trying to wear the other ______ by being obstinate in the negotiations.

A. out B. down C. off D. on

Question 12. Only when I had the information ______.

A. I made further comment about the project B. I made the project further comment

C. did I make further comment about the project D. did I make the project further comment

Question 13. It was the first time we ______ in a Japanese restaurant.

A. will have eaten B. have eaten C. will eat D. had eaten

Question 14. From all the puppies, we ______ the smallest one to take home.

A. got through B. picked out C. looked into D. brought up

Question 15. ______ you wish to use the Internet, there is a code available at the reception desk.

A. Should B. Will C. May D. Might

Question 16. None of Shakespeare's plays ______ in its original manuscript form.

A. remains B. lasts C. continues D. survives

Question 17. Two complete strangers drove her car off before her ______ eyes.

A. actual B. naked C. real D. very

Question 18. Beth finally admitted ______ on the test.

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NĂM HỌC 2020 - 2021


Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)

 (Đề thi có 50 câu, 04 trang)

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A. to cheat B. to cheating C. to be cheating D. to have cheated

Question 19. It turns out that the doctor and the pharmaceutical company have been ______ for years,

conspiring together to push expensive medications on patients regardless of their actual need.

A. hand over fist B. hand in glove C. hand in hand D. hand to mouth

Question 20. Dharavi, one of Asia's largest slums, has long been considered to be a ______ of crime and drug


 A. melting pot B. frying pan C. hotpot D. hotbed

Question 21. Togo and Ghana are making ______ to address forest landscape restoration and sustainable wood


A. steps B. moves C. measures D. actions

Question 22. He was caught ______ taking money from the till and was fired.

A. full-bodied B. green-fingered C. red-handed D. blue-blooded

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to

complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 23. - Ted: “What’s the date today?”

 - Jane: “______”

A. It’s 2021. B. It’s Thursday. C. It’s the 25th

. D. It’s my birthday.

Question 24. - Josh: “Why didn’t you come to my party?”

- Sue: “______”

A. I wasn’t feeling well. B. I didn’t like it. C. I had a great time D. There I was.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs

correction in each of the following questions.

Question 25. Neither my friends nor I were going to the festival.

 A B C D

Question 26. It was the human factor not vehicle malfunctions or road shortcomings that contributes to the

 A B

majority of road accidents involving the tremendous toll of fatalities each year.

 C D

Question 27. Rob has good sense of humour; he has us all laughing whenever he tells a joke.

 A B C D

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the

correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.


Coca-Cola is launching a new bottle size for the first time in a decade, but it's what the bottle's made of that

marks an even more notable first: 100% recycled plastic material. The new 13.2-ounce recyclable bottle that

some customers will see on (28) ______ this week is made entirely of other plastics, and it's the latest move in

Coca-Cola's several-year (29) ______ to reduce its plastic waste. The new bottle will be available starting this

month in select states across the Northeast, including New York and Connecticut, as well as in California and

Florida, before launching nationwide this summer. Coke (30) ______ the size as a “more sippable package,” and

it will debut with the company's most popular sodas like Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and Coke Zero Sugar at a

suggested retail price of $1.59. The 13.2-ounce size is slightly larger than its aluminum can option and smaller

than the (31) ______ 20-ounce bottle. Unique sizes like the 7.5-ounce mini can have garnered strong sales.

Alpa Sutaria, Coca-Cola's general manager of sustainability said developing the new packaging has been a "labor

of love and great innovation" for Coca-Cola. The recycled plastic is cleaned, ground down and (32) ______ into

grain-like flakes before being transformed into a new bottle. She added that launch states were chosen because

customers in those areas "are more sensitive (33) ______ the challenges we have around sustainability issues."

Coca-Cola (KO) is often criticized for contributing to environmentally damaging plastic waste. Last year, the

company was (34) ______ as the world's No.1 plastic (35) ______ by the environmental firm Break Free From

Plastic. Its logos and branding were found on 13,834 pieces of plastic in 51 countries, often littered in public

spaces like parks and beaches. In 2018, Coke announced its "World Without Waste" goal of, by 2030, collecting

and recycling one bottle or can for each one it sells. The new bottle, according to Sutaria, is a "big step in that

direction." "We're (36) ______ to innovate and to develop technology to minimize our impact," she said, adding

the company is "following (37) ______ our commitment with real action."

28. A. shelves B. markets C. sales D. offers

29. A. alternative B. incentive C. initiative D. perspective

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30. A. describes B. designs C. defines D. denounces

31. A. normal B. typical C. ordinary D. average

32. A. altered B. developed C. brought D. turned

33. A. to B. with C. at D. of

34. A. called B. named C. titled D. termed

35. A. pollutant B. pollution C. polluter D. polluting

36. A. settled B. decided C. agreed D. determined

37. A. in B. on C. with D. through

You are going to read an article about solving traffic problems in cities. For questions 38-45

choose the answer (A, B, C or D) which you think fits best according to the text.


How two experiments could help urban dwellers reclaim their streets from traffic.

Many city-dwellers around the world face a dilemma: despite living a relatively short distance from local shops

and services, a wide dual-carriageway has to be negotiated in order to get there. Whilst this poses few problems

for the vast majority of people, there are those who can only make it as far as half way with each push of the

pedestrian crossing button. Running out of milk has significant consequences.

In the Dutch city of Tilburg, ten people have been taking part in a trial of Crosswalk, a smartphone app that

gives pedestrians with limited mobility extra crossing time. This ground-breaking experiment enables

participants to cross the road in one go, without needing to dodge cars. A sensor in the traffic lights is

constantly on the lookout for anyone with Crosswalk on their phone. It scans both sides of the road and adjusts

the crossing time automatically, once a pedestrian carrying the app has been detected. Each user triggers a

specific time which is pre-installed onto their phone and varies according to their level of mobility. In this way,

delays to traffic are also minimised. The app works in combination with GPS and the software that operates the

traffic lights, thus getting around the need to install further devices to control the system.

The pilot project is part of a 25-year plan to make Tilburg’s road network more pedestrian and cycle-friendly.

Another system under development there senses when bikes are approaching a junction and changes the lights

sooner than it otherwise would, thereby giving cyclists priority over motorists. A logical extension of this

technology could trigger lights to green to let ambulance or fire crews pass through. Smart traffic lights can also

have environmental benefits, for example, by giving lorries a clear run through urban areas and reducing the

frequency with which they have to stop and start, they thereby reduce emissions, noise pollution and damage

to road surfaces. All of this seems a far cry from the majority of urban centres.

The applications of the technology are virtually limitless and could form a major weapon in the battle to

recapture city streets worldwide from motor vehicles and reduce pollution. To put this into context, in Barcelona,

which is anything but large relative to many modern urban sprawls, air pollution is estimated to cause around

3,500 premature deaths per year out of a population of 1.6 million. Additionally, it is responsible for severe

effects on ecosystems and agriculture. Traffic, which is the major contributor to this problem, also causes noise

pollution beyond levels considered healthy. Scaling this bleak picture up for larger metropolitan areas could be

bad for your health!

The World Health Organisation recommends that every city should have a minimum of 9 m2

 of green space per

resident. While some places come out well relative to this figure (London scores an impressive 27, and

Amsterdam an incredible 87.5), many do not. Tokyo currently has around 3 m2

 per person, and is far from alone

in providing insufficient ‘lungs’ for its population. Picture the effect on these figures of banning traffic from the

majority of a city's streets and allowing these roads to be converted into community areas, such as parks and

pedestrian zones. Such a system, known as ‘superblocks', is rapidly gaining support in many of the world's

urban centres.

The idea has at its heart the notion that streets belong to people and not cars. Roads are repurposed within an

area known as a superblock, leaving only the streets around the perimeter accessible to vehicles. Taking up less

space than a neighbourhood, but larger than the blocks in many cities, their design ensures that no one would

ever be more than 300 m from a road. This may mean sacrificing the parking spaces assigned to properties

within them, but that's a small price to pay. By increasing the frequency of bus stops on the surrounding streets

and applying smart traffic management technology as used in Tilburg, it would be possible to make public

transport more effective despite having significantly fewer vehicle-accessible roads. This could be paired with a

new system of cycling lanes in the areas off-limits to traffic.

Given that the majority of the world’s population now lives in an urban environment, imagine the number of

people who would benefit from this combination of ideas

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38. In paragraph 1, the writer is

A. offering an opinion about city life. B. exemplifying one aspect of city life.

C. giving a reason why city life can be expensive. D. suggesting city life is hard for most people

39. The word ‘ground-breaking’ in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to

A. pioneering B. sensible C. monitoring D. feasible

40. In the second paragraph, we learn that Crosswalk

A. detects the presence of vehicles. B. can be programmed by its users.

C. has been relatively easy to set up. D. is being trialled on one major road.

41. What is the writer emphasising in the sentence “All of this seems a far cry from the majority of urban

centres” in the third paragraph?

A. the contrast between aims and the current reality.

B. how upsetting living in some cities can be.

C. how advanced technology is in certain regions.

D. the technological changes happening worldwide.

42. What does the word ‘they’ in the third paragraph refer to?

A. fire crews B. traffic lights C. lorries D. motorists

43. What point does the writer make in the fourth paragraph?

A. Smaller cities have relatively high levels of pollution.

B. Having farms near cities decreases harmful pollution.

C. Problems caused by pollution multiply with city size.

D. Embracing technology eases harmful pollution levels.

44. What does the writer suggest about green spaces in the fifth paragraph?

A. Most cities exceed international green space guidelines.

B. Modern cities have fewer green spaces than old ones.

C. Much urban green space worldwide has disappeared.

D. Many city authorities should change their green space policy.

45. According to the writer, all of the following people would benefit from the introduction of superblocks except

A. bus users. B. residents. C. cyclists. D. pedestrians.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in

meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 46. It’s likely that the crisis will lead to war.

A. The crisis may well result in war. B. The crisis might as well lead to war.

C. The crisis should result in war as well. D. The crisis could lead to war as well.

Question 47. The safety of the children is given top priority.

A. The safety of the children is on top of anything else.

B. Priority is given to all but the safety of the children.

C. The safety of the children takes anything but top priority.

D. The safety of the children takes precedence over anything else.

Question 48. He has recovered quickly since the operation.

A. There have been ups and downs in his recovery since the operation.

B. He has recovered in leaps and bounds since the operation.

C. His recovery from the operation has been made on the spur of the moment.

D. He has been quick on the uptake since the operation.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each

pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 49. Sam is very smart. He can solve all the problems in no time.

A. Sam is too smart to be able to solve all the problems in no time.

B. So smart is Sam that he can solve all the problems in no time.

C. In no time can Sam solve all the problems although he is very smart.

D. But for his smartness, Sam could solve all the problems in no time.

Question 50. You shouldn’t sign the contract in any circumstances. You haven’t read it thoroughly.

A. In no circumstances should you sign a contract you haven’t read thoroughly.

B. Until you have read the contract thoroughly you should sign it.

C. However thoroughly you have read the contract, you shouldn’t sign it.

D. At no time have you read the contract thoroughly before you sign it.

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