Đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh 9 tỉnh Vĩnh Phúc năm học 2023-2024 có đáp án và file nghe

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO VĨNH PHÚC ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 TRUNG HỌC CƠ SỞ NĂM HỌC 2023-2024 MÔN THI: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút (không tính thời gian phát đề) (Đề thi gồm 08 trang)

PART A. LISTENING (Each recording will be played TWICE)

Section 1

Questions 1-10

You will hear a woman from a job agency providing information to a man about work in a restaurant.

Fill in the blanks with the information you hear.

Questions 1-5

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.

WORKING AT MILO’S RESTAURANTS

Person specification


must be prepared to work well in a team

must care about maintaining a high standard of (4) cleanliness

must have a qualification in (5) food hygiene

Benefits

(1) Meals provided for all staff

*O) during weekdays at all Milo's Restaurants

.Q) provided after midnight

Questions 6-10

Complete the table below. Write ONE WORD AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.

Location Job title Responsibilities include Pay and conditions

(6) Breakfast Checking portions, etc. Starting salary

Street supervisor are correct £9 per hour

Making sure (7) Start work at 5.30 a.m

is clean

City Road Junior chef Supporting senior chefs Annual salary £23,000

Maintaining stock and No work on (9) Sundays (10) once a

month

Section 2

Questions 11-15

Label the map below. Write the correct letter, A-I, next to the questions 11-15,

City Museum

B SN T o

Box Office

Children's Room

Cafe

Multimedia Room

Showroom

Section 3

Questions 16-20

You will hear part of a radio interview with Martin Middleton, who makes wildlife programs

for television. For questions 16 - 20, choose the best answer (A, B or C).

When he visited Borneo, Martin .

À. made a program about life on the river

B. had no fixed expectations

C. became more interested in filming old buildings

Since the early 1960s, wildlife filming has become .

A. more organized

B. more relaxed

C. more creative

When he takes a holiday, Martin prefers to .

A. relax by the sea

B. travel for a particular reason

C. stay in comfortable surroundings

Martin thought that the holidaymakers he saw in the Dominican Republic were _ .

A. risking their health

B. wasting opportunities

C. lacking entertainment

What is Martin's opinion of tourism?

A. It should be discouraged

B. It is well managed

C. It can be a good thing

PART B. LEXICO-GRAMMAR

Section 1. Choose the correct option marked A, B, C, or D to complete the following sentences,


I haven't had a very _ week. I seem to have done nothing at all.

A. extensive B. productive C. enthusiastic D. economic

Janet put a _ in her husband's car about getting the children a dog for Christmas.

A. bug B. bee C. fly D. butterfly

I doubt whether he will actually carry out his threats.

A. highly B. deeply C. absolutely D. seriously

Young children often ask many questions because they are naturally

A. intriguing B. inquisitive C. ingenious D. captivating

We know people are generally more aware of the importance of a healthy and active

lifestyle than they were.

A. leading B. taking C. doing D. making

Teacher: “Self-studying is an inseparable part of effective learning.”

Student: * >

A. 'I say! B. Good job! C. By all means! D. I got a clue.

Cable TV revolutionized communications; , the very existence of that service is now

threatened by satellites.

A. moreover B. consequently C. eventually D. nevertheless

Beacon Hill, cobblestone streets, is one of Boston’s most charming historical sections.

A. where Colonial brick houses line B. where Colonial brick lines houses

C. Colonial brick houses line where D. houses where Colonial brick lining

I'm sure that this isn’t a true story. He it up.

A. must have made B. should have made

C. would have made D. can have made

Accompaniment is a musical line that is secondary the melody; and accompaniment

parts support the melody.

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

Some city residents voiced their objection when the old houses were to build a new

supermarket.

A. pulled down B. caught on C. put aside D. turned over

Her filmography spans more than a decade and she in over 50 movies.

A. was acting B. has acted C. has been acting D. had acted

The ancient monastery is now to tourists because of numerous landslides.

A. inadvertent B. inaccessible C. impractical D. impervious

The boy who is standing over there has just won the first prize in the contest, ?

A. did he B. hasn't he C. didn’t he D. doesn’t he

Looking down at the coral reef, we saw of tiny, multi-colored fish.

A. teams B. flocks C. schools D. swarms

If you get lost, just ask me for directions. I know this part of town like

A. the ring on my finger B. the toes of my foot

C. the back of my hand D. the knee of my leg

, modeling is actually hard work.

A. Glamorous although it may seem B. Even it may seem glamorous

C. However glamorous it may seem D. So glamorous may it seem

Don't be by false advertisements. If something looks too good to be true, it probably is.

A. put off B. given up C. taken in D. put down

The findings of the report read that by the year 2028, famine in the Third World countries will

reach epidemic s

A. proportions B. spread C. ratio D. range

In The Sociology of Science, a classic, Robert Merton discusses cultural, economic and

social forces that contributed to the development of modern science.

A. now considering B. now considered

C. which considers D. which considered

Section 2. The passage below contains TEN mistakes. Underline the mistakes and provide the

corrections in the spaces below.

Eg:

Line 1. skill skills

Line 2 One of the essential skill parents and teachers should equip young people with

Line 3 is map reading. If you are interpreting a road map, a plan of a city, or a relief map

Line 4 showed the physical features of an area, familiarity with maps is a great asset

Line 5 without that individuals may well feel deprived.

Line 6 The science of making maps, called cartography, is a specialized job.

Line 7 Reading and interpreting maps, however, does not require special training. It is more

Line 8 a matter of practice. Children are particularly adept on learning these skills,

Line 9 because their sense of curiosity and wonder are still alive. Schools should not miss

Line 10 these chances to give them confidence in an area which could seem difficult.

PART C. READING

Section 1. Read the passage below and choose the best option A, B, C, or D to answer the questions 1-5.

Harvard University was established in 1636, and it is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the United States. Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, it has the largest financial endowment of any academic institution in the world, standing at over $40 billion as of 2020. Harvard is organized into eleven separate academic units, and its main campus covers over 200 acres. The university has a student population of approximately 23,000, with over 20,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs and more than 2,000 faculty members.


When was Harvard University founded?

A. 1630 B. 1636 C. 1670 D. 1700

Where is Harvard University located?

A. New York City B. Cambridge, Massachusetts C. Los Angeles D. Chicago, Illinois

What is the approximate student population at Harvard University?

A. 10,000 B. 15,000 C. 20,000 D. 25,000

What is the size of Harvard University's financial endowment?

A. Over $20 billion B. Over $30 billion C. Over $40 billion D. Over $50 billion

How many academic units is Harvard University organized into?

A. Seven B. Nine C. Eleven D. Thirteen

Section 2. Read the passage below and choose the best option A, B, C, or D to fill in the blanks.

Life Skills Education: Preparing Students for the Real World

Life skills education is an important component of a well-rounded education. It equips students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to effectively navigate the challenges and complexities of the real world. Life skills encompass a broad range of abilities, including communication skills, interpersonal skills, problem-solving skills, decision-making skills, and coping skills.

In today's rapidly changing world, life skills education is more important than ever. Students need to be able to adapt to new situations, think critically, communicate effectively, and collaborate with others. By integrating life skills education into the curriculum, schools can better prepare students for success in both their personal and professional lives.

Life skills education provides students with the necessary tools to navigate the challenges of the _.

A. virtual world B. academic world C. real world D. digital world

What kinds of skills are included in life skills education?

A. Only communication skills B. Only academic skills C. A broad range of abilities D. Only technical skills

Why is life skills education considered important in today's world?

A. Because students need to focus only on academic skills B. Because students don't face any challenges C. Because the world is rapidly changing and students need to adapt D. Because life skills education is outdated

How can schools better prepare students for success?

A. By focusing only on academic subjects B. By excluding life skills education from the curriculum C. By integrating life skills education into the curriculum D. By providing less support to students

Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a component of life skills?

A. Communication skills B. Interpersonal skills C. Technical skills D. Decision-making skills

PART D. WRITING

Section 1. Write a short paragraph (about 80 words) about your favorite hobby, explaining why you enjoy it.

Section 2. Write a letter to your friend inviting him/her to your birthday party. Include details such as the date, time, venue, and activities planned for the party. (about 120-150 words)

Section 3. Write a story beginning with the following sentence: "It was a dark and stormy night, and I was all alone in the house."

(about 150-200 words)


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