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(Đề thi có 06 trang) PART A. LISTENING


Dành cho thí sinh thi vào lớp chuyên Tiếng Anh và chuyên Tiếng Pháp Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút, không kể thời gian giao đề.


SECTION 1. Question 01-10. 

Question 01-03. Complete the sentence below, write ONE WORD ONLY for the answer.


Information Source: found in the brochure. 

Included service: (01)______________ and accommodation. Sydney Arrival Date: 15th of (02)____________________.  Accommodation Criteria: (03)______________________.




Question 04-06. Complete the sentence below, write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/ OR A NUMBER for the answer.


Room type: (04)_______________________________________.  Credit Card Holder: (05)_____________________________.  Total cost for one night: (06)________________________.




Question 07-10. Complete the sentence below, write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for the answer.


07. The______________ in within walking distance of the accommodation. 08. The customer books a_______________________________________________. 09. The aboriginal stone carvings are in the___________________________. 10. The Dreamtime can be experienced beneath the_________________.




SECTION 2. Question 11-20. 

Question 11-15. You will hear an announcement. For questions 11-15, circle the best answer A, B or C. You will hear the recording twice.

11. Volunteer worker must be at least____________________ years old.

A. eighteen B. sixteen C. nineteen 

12. Job applicants should not have____________________. 

A. school reports B. police records C. health reports

13. Job applicants are asked to submit____________________. 

A. references B. registers C. letter of acceptance 14. The applicants are also asked to bring along____________________. 

A. academic certificates B. all diplomas C. curriculum vitae 15. The employer will pay the expenses of____________________ and phone calls. A. transportation B. accommodation C. training

Question 16-18. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer.




Wheelchair Users

The Blind

Disabled Children

Drive them in volunteer’s 

(16)_____________ to view nature Read books to them

Take care of them on holiday

Tuesday afternoon


For one week in (18)______________




Question 19-20. Complete the sentence below, write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/  OR A NUMBER for the answer.

If you are willing to become a volunteer, here is some information to help: Contact Person: Mary Smith, Post Office Box (19)______________________.




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e-mail address: (20)_____________________ @worldwidehelpers.org.





I. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions. 

21. A. transcript B. preserve C. training D. royal 22. A. commitment B. computer C. compassion D. comprehend 23. A. advertise B. definite C. composite D. apprentice 24. A. fracture B. pressure C. treasure D. mature 25. A. integration B. original C. relationship D. development

II. Write the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 

26. __________ the operation costs were rising so fast, the United Nations decided to reduce personnel by half. 

A. Because B. If C. As if D. As a result 27. A dolphin six__________ length can move as fast as most ships.

A. foot in B. foot of C. feet in D. feet of

28. I haven’t heard from Pete for ages. I wish he__________ me his phone number before he left.  A. gave B. had given C. would've given D. would give 29. In excess of 80 percent of the UN's budget is used__________ the economic development of member nations. 

A. the support B. supporting C. to support D. support 30. Margaret looked embarrassed__________ than pleased when she won the prize. A. apart B. except C. instead D. rather

31. Staying in a hotel costs__________ renting a room in a dormitory for a week. A. twice as much as B. as much twice as C. twice more than D. as much as twice 32. The change in timetable will__________ many students having to catch an earlier bus. A. mean B. lead C. result D. cause

33. John has been looking for his car, __________ is light blue.

A. whose its colour B. the colour of which

C. of which colour D. which colour

34. I wonder__________ like to travel by Concorde. 

A. how it is B. what is it C. what it is D. that it is 35. He sat there with his arms__________ doing nothing, waiting for us.

A. flapped B. folded C. turned D. twisted  36. In the last few weeks, a record number of cars__________. 

A. have been sold B. was sold C. had been sold D. has been sold 37. People all over the world are starving__________. 

A. more numerously B. greater in numbers

C. in greater numbers D. in most numbers

38. Mr. Nixon refused to answer the questions on the__________ that the matter was confidential. A. reasons B. excuses C. grounds D. foundations 39. It costs about thirty dollars to have a tooth__________.

A. filling B. to fill C. filled D. fill

40. Hopefully, more diseases will be__________ in the near future.

A. eradicated B. cleared C. extinguished D. wiped

III. Fill in each blank with a suitable preposition or particle.

a. The company isn’t taking (41)___________ any new workers, in fact they might actually have to lay (42)___________ some staff.

b. She was brought (43)___________ by her grandmother after her parents passed (44)___________. c. The spokesperson informed the staff (45)___________ behalf of the management that the company was (46)___________ debt.

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d. If we succeed (47)___________ launching this new product on time, we will take our competitors (48)___________ surprise.

e. She plans to reach the top (49)___________ her profession (50)___________ all costs.

IV. Complete each of the sentences in the following passage with the correct form of the word given in CAPITALS.

 Before going to an interview, it is advisable to go through a mock

interview. This will give you the opportunity to try out your technique

and answers live. It is also a chance to receive feedback that is


(51)___________ in guiding you towards improving your interview style and general (52)___________. Just one mock interview will result in a (53)___________ improvement in your interview skill. Why? For the same reason that a (54)___________ doesn’t exist while it is still on paper or floating in your head. It only exists when you give it (55)___________. The first time you give it in front of an audience, it will come out nothing like the one you prepared.

 It is the same with being interviewed. It is not enough to look at a question and say, “Yeah, I know the answer to that one.” You need to practise your answer live; this is not the time to talk to yourself in front of a mirror. Seek out a (56)___________ and have the session videotaped. Then you will have two opinions – the interview’s and your own. You will find you get a completely different (57)___________ when listening to yourself than when you are watching yourself saying something. Just as your voice always sounds different on tape, so do your (58)___________. You will be glad the image is captured on tape and not in a potential employer’s mind. For maximum effect, you should (59)___________ your answers and go through a second mock interview. This should help with any (60)___________ and give you more confidence for the real interview.




55. ORAL


60. EASE


I. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

With rise of the great petropolis in the industrial era, city planning in the United States passed out of the hands of the architect and into the hands of the technical expert. Unlike the architect, who thought of the city as a work of art to be built up with an eye towards beauty, the modern technocrat has always taken a purely functional approach to city planning; the city exists for the sole purpose of serving the needs of its inhabitants. Its outward appearance has no important value. 

Over the span of a few centuries, this new breed of urban planner has succeeded in forever changing the face of American cities. A visit to any large city confirms this grim fact. Even a casual observer could not fail to notice that the typical urban landscape is arranged along the lines of a tedious chessboard pattern, with its four-cornered intersections and long, straight, and dull streets.

Strict building codes have resulted in an overabundance of unsightly neighbourhoods in which there is only slight variation among structures. Rows of squat concrete apartment houses and files of gigantic steel and glass skyscrapers have almost completely replaced older, more personal buildings. Moreover, the lovely natural surroundings of many cities are no longer a part of the urban landscape. For the most part, the hills and rivers that were once so much a part of so many metropolitan settings have been blotted out by thoughtless construction. The lone bright spot in this otherwise bleak picture is that currently there is a rebirth of interest in architecture. Enrollments in graduate architectural programs are the highest they have been in years. Hopefully, this trend will continue and help pave the wave for a more beautiful America of future. 61. The primary purpose of this passage is to___________.

 A. show the accomplishments of the modern technical expert

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 B. communicate the author’s preference for architects over technocrats  C. point out the failures of old-fashioned architects

 D. argue for the preservation of natural surroundings

62. The architect had always considered cities to be___________. 

 A. in need of many tall skyscrapers B. a place for experimentation  C. a work of art D. a functional place of dwelling 63. The reference to a “purely functional approach to city planning” in paragraph 2 serves to___________. 

A. demonstrate that architects and technocrats should cooperate

B. show that this approach is to be desired

C. imply that architects are unconcerned about human comfort

D. stress the difference between architects and technocrats

64. The word “span” in paragraph 3 most nearly means___________.

 A. days B. stretch C. extension D. bridge 65. According to the passage, what is a consequence of strict building codes?  A. More neighborhoods than are necessary. 

B. A lack of interested building observers.

 C. An unsightly regularity of building styles. 

D. A return of the old-time architect.

66. We can infer from the passage that the author sees modern architect as___________.  A. valuable B. necessary C. lovely D. impersonal 67. The expression “blotted out” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to___________.  A. made useless B. taken away C. omitted D. blocked out 68. It is most likely that the author would support which of the following? A. Programs increasing the public’s appreciation for architecture.

B. An effort to enforce disregarded building codes.

C. Plans to build fewer parks.

D. A return to eighteenth century living styles.

II. Read the following passage and fill in each blank with the most suitable word. Education in the future

Education is another area of social life in (69)_________ information technology is changing the way we communicate. Today’s college students may not simply sit in a lecture or a library to learn about their field. Through their computers and the wonders of virtual reality they can participate in lifelike simulated experiences. Consider the following scenario of the future of education (70)_________ possible through developments in information technology.

For children over the (71)_________ of 10, daily attendance at schools is not compulsory. Some of the older children attend school only (72)_________ or twice weekly to get tutorial support or instruction from a teacher. For the most part, pupils are encouraged to work online (73)_________ home. Students must complete a minimum number of study hours per year; (74)_________, they may make up these hours by studying at home at times that suit their family schedule. They can log on early or late in the day and even join live classes in other countries. In order to ensure that each student is learning adequately, computer software will automatically monitor the number of hours a week each student studies on-line as (75)_________ as that student’s learning materials and assessment activities. Reports will be available for parents and teachers. The software can then identify the best learning activities and condition for each individual student and generate similar activities. It can also identify areas of weak achievement and produce special programs adjusted to the student’s needs.

III. 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.  Education is more important today than ever before. It helps people acquire the skills they need for such everyday activities as reading a newspaper or managing their money. It also gives them the specialized training they may need to (76)_________ for a job or career. For example, a

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person must meet certain educational requirements and obtain a license or certificate before he can practice law or medicine. Many fields, like computer operation or police work, require satisfactory completion of special training courses.

Education is also important (77)_________ it helps people get more out of life. It increases their knowledge and understanding of the world. It helps them acquire the skills that make life more interesting and enjoyable, (78)________ the skills needed to participate in a sport, paint a picture, or play a musical instrument. Such education becomes (79)________ important as people gain more and more leisure time.

Education also helps people adjust to change. This habit has become necessary because social changes today take place with increasing speed and affect the lives of more and more people. Education can help a person understand these changes and provide him (80)________ the skills for adjusting to them.

76. A. do B. prepare C. make D. work 77. A. therefore B. despite C. although D. because 78. A. such as B. for instance C. such that D. for example 79. A. increased B. increasing C. increase D. increasingly 80. A. with B. for C. in D. to

IV. Read the article and answer the questions 80-90. Write A, B, C or D. Getting away from it all

A. Radisson SAS Portman Hotel, London 

For those who enjoy the finer things in life, a break at the Radisson SAS Portman Hotel will be right up your street. This deluxe four-star hotel is just a minute's walk away from Marble Arch and a stone's throw from the stylish boutiques of Oxford Street. After spending a day shopping and sightseeing in London's trendiest area, you can relax in your room, watch cable TV and enjoy something from the extensive room service menu. At this hotel, you will also be in the ideal place to visit the many sights of London such as Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. You must also be sure to allow yourself the time to enjoy the leisure facilities of the hotel itself. The hotel has a fully equipped gym and two fantastic restaurants where you can sample gourmet cuisine. 

B. Langley Castle Hotel, Northumberland 

For a touch of medieval magic why not take the time to visit Langley Castle Hotel. Set in its own ten-acre woodland this fabulous castle hotel dates back to 1350. All guest rooms have got private facilities and are luxurious. Some have special features such as four-poster beds, stained glass windows and window seats. The hotel is the perfect base from which to explore Hadrian's Wall and the Northumberland countryside, as well as the Scottish Borders and the Lake District. At night, relax in the hotel lounge in front of the roaring log fire or dine in style in the award winning restaurant. During your stay, you can go hot air ballooning or try your hand at archery. You can even have a picnic especially prepared for you by the hotel's chefs. However you choose to spend your time, you will never forget your stay. 

C. The Metropole Hotel, Cornwall 

This Victorian Hotel, situated in one of the most scenic areas of the British Isles, stands on a hilltop with an amazing view out over Padstow Harbour. Walk along the waterfront or one of the area's many unspoiled beaches. Try some fabulous seafood - the local speciality. Wander through Padstow's narrow streets and buy some handmade souvenirs from one of the many colourful shops. This is an area with a fascinating history. Take a short trip to Tintagel where you can visit the ruins, claimed to be those of the legendary King Arthur's castle. You can end the day

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with a swim in the hotel's heated outdoor pool. The Metropole Hotel is ideal for those who want to experience the mystery of Cornwall. 

D. Old Oxenhope Hall Cottage, West Yorkshire 

Fans of English Literature should not miss the opportunity to spend a few days at Old Oxenhope Hall Cottage. This attractive 17th century building is just five minutes from the village of Haworth, where the famous Bronte sisters lived. Their house, Haworth Parsonage, is open to the public and is well worth a visit. The moors, where they would wander for hours, are perfect for those who enjoy walking. The cottage itself is fully self-contained and has been restored to a high standard of comfort. It is furnished with all the modern conveniences, and will certainly appeal to history lovers and aspiring writers alike.

Questions 81-90. Which place(s): 

Example: answer

is not a hotel? 0. D

are perfect for a luxury break? 81.____ 82.____ offers the chance to visit a famous person's home? 83.____

is situated on a hill? 84.____

are not far from shops? 85.____ 86.____ offers the chance to eat outdoors? 87.____

is suitable for fitness fanatics? 88.____

is near the sea? 89.____

is not in the countryside? 90.____


Section 1: For questions 91 – 95, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between two and five words, including the word given.

91. Celine has always been fond of classical music. (taste) Celine____________________________________________ for classical music.

92. They cannot watch this film because they are not adults yet. (under) Since_____________________________, they cannot watch this film.

93. I didn’t know what to say when they told me the news. (loss) I_____________________________________ words when they told me the news.

94. He boarded the plane at 4 p.m. and it’s now 8 p.m. (travelling) He_________________________________ on the plane for four hours.

95. She may have been rich and famous, but she didn’t think she was better than others. (down) She didnt______________________ others even though she was rich and famous.

Section 2: Essay writing

Modern technology is changing our world. This has advantages such as bringing people closer together through communication. It also has disadvantages such as destroying the differences between cultures. 

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Write 250-300 words.

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