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 Môn thi: Tiếng Anh (dành cho thí sinh chuyên Anh)

 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)


 (Đề thi có 06 trang)

(Thí sinh làm bài ra tờ giấy thi)

Họ và tên thí sinh: ………………………………………. Số báo danh: …………………………


I. You are going to hear a travel agent talking with a client who is planning her summer holiday.

For each of the questions 1-5 choose the best answer A, B, or C, as in the example. (5.0 pts)

0. The woman wants to book a holiday for ____________.

A. I person B. 2 people v C. 3 people

1. She wants to go on holiday in ___________.

A. two weeks time Β. June C. July

2. The woman doesn't decide to go on safari because _____________.

A. the weather would be too hot

B. it would be too expensive

C. her husband wouldn't enjoy it

3. When they are on holiday, all members of the woman's family enjoy _______________

A. having meals in restaurants B. staying in big cities C. visiting museums

4. Who went to Spain last year?

A. the woman B. the woman's husband C. the woman's daughter

5. The travel agent says that __________

A. Italy is cheap

B. the food in Italy is good

C. the Italian countryside is beautiful

II. Listen to the English teacher talking about listening skill. Mark the statements below as true (T)

or false (F). (5.0 pts)

1. The interviewer finds speaking the most difficult.

2. Gabriella thinks, in some situations such as in exams, people can find speaking easier than listening.

3. According to the interviewer, asking for someone to say the same thing again is one way to solve the


4. Gabriella recommends pretending to understand if a conversation is too difficult.

5. Gabriella's idea involves asking a lot of questions.

III. Susan is telephoning a travel agency. Before listening to the conversation read the enquiry form

carefully. Then listen and complete each gap with no more than three words. (10.0 pts)

Worldbridges Travel Agency Ltd. Enquiry form

• Enquiry regarding holiday in (1) __________

• Number of people: (2) __________

• Kind of accommodation needed: apartment

• Requirements:

- Price (£): (3) __________ a day

- Location: near the beach

• Customer's name: (4) ______________

• Enquiry made in: April

• How far from the beach is the accommodation offered? (5) ___________


I. 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. (2.0 pts)

1. A. choreograph B. Christianity C. archaeology D. chivalry

2. A. inaudible B. draughty C. astronaut D. launch

II. 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. (3.0 pts)

3. A. comprise B. design C. outbreak D. before

4. A. fabulous B. cathedral C. practical D. hyperlink

5. A. memorialize B. conservative C. pedestrian D. astrophysics


1. Choose the best answer (A. B. C. or D) to each of the following questions. (10.0 pts)

1. The school authorities ______the child's unruly behavior on his parents' lack of discipline.

A. attribute B. accuse C. blame D. ascribe

2. He may be shy now, but he'll soon come out of his ____when he meets the right girl

A. shoe B. shell C. shed D. hole

3. Sales of the toy ______ sharply when the TV news reported that a child had swallowed part of the toy

and almost died.

A. dropped off B. dropped over C. took away D. turned out

4. I don't think it would be wise to try to make Max change his mind about divorcing Narnara. Well, in

his place I ________ her at all.

A. would never have married B. needn't have married

C. would never marry D. must never have married

5. The new Garden City is well worth _____________if you're in the area.

A. being seen B. a visit C. to visit D. the sight

6. Her outgoing character contrasts __________ with that of her sister.

A. sharply B. thoroughly C. fully D. coolly

7. My father _______ when he found out that I'd damaged the car.

A. hit the roof B. saw pink elephants

C. made my blood boil D. brought the house down

8. You can imagine how upset I was after the closure of the magazine. Since the first day on its staff I

_________ it was my best job ever.

A. have considered B. considered C. had considered D. was considered

9. I'm afraid we haven't got a spare bed. Can you _____________ with a mattress on the floor?

A. make do B. make by C. make over D. make up

10. I know him by ___________ but I have no idea what his name is.

A. sight B. myself C. heart D. chance

11. Would you please leave us details of your address ____ forwarding any of your mail to come?

A. as a consequence of B. for the purpose of C. for the sake of D. by means of

12. M.D. played much better than their opponents, they almost ________ the match.

A. dominated B. eliminated C. activated D. terminated

13. If you don't repay the money, we will, as a last ________, take you to court

A. measure B. attempt C. act D. resort

14. In the middle of the blue river ______________.

A. does a tiny violet flower emerge B. did a tiny violet flower emerge

C. emerged a tiny violet flower D. emerge a tiny violet flower

15. She said that she would be punctual for the opening speech, ____________ she were late?

A. but what if B. how about C. and what about D. so if

16. There has been a recommendation from the union leaders that the offer of 5% ____

A. is rejected B. has been rejected C. be rejected D. rejects

17. In all ______, he failed to understand the consequences of his actions.

A. odds B. probability C. certainty D. possibilities

18. We failed to lay eyes on a tiger during our expedition, ________ film one.

A. let alone B. not to mention C. apart from D. but for

19. Is it far to Stamford? Not at all. It's only a _________ from here.

A. stone's throw B. bird's eye view

C. short cut D. step in the right direction

20. The genus Equue became extinct in North America during the glacial period, and it was not

reintroduced until ________ by the Spaniniards.

A. was brought there B. brought there

C. bringing it there D. it brought there

II. Give the correct tense/form of the verb in each bracket. (5.0 pts)

- The huge damage (1. now report) _______ (2. cause) _______ by the recent violent earthquake.

- The uneaten breakfast was still on the table. She (3. must/call) _______ away in a hurry.

- The US postal service policy for check approval includes a requirement that two pieces of identification

(4. present) _____________

- Mary was sitting on the ground. She was out of breath. She (5. run) _____ all the way here for half an


- The car broke down. But for that we (6. be) ______ in time.

- The man (7. sit) ________ on the park bench said hello to the jogging woman in a friendly way.

- "Eric is really upset about losing his job." "Well, (8. fire) __________ once myself, I can understand."

- I (9. not do) _________ the test for the time being, I would be playing football with you.

- I'm sure you (10. forget) __________ me by the time I am back in five years.

III. Give the correct form of the word in each bracket. (5.0 pts)

People are often put off meditation by what they see as its many mystical associations. Yet meditation

is a (1. STRAIGHT) ____________ technique which merely involves sitting and resting the mind. In

addition to its (2. SIMPLE) ________, meditation offers powerful help in the battle against stress.

Hundreds of studies have shown that meditation, when (3. TAKE) _________ in a principled way, can

reduce hypertension which is related to stress in the body. Research has (4. PROOF) ______ that certain

types of meditation can substantially decrease key stress symptoms such as anxiety and (5. IRRITABLE)

_________. In fact, those who practice meditation with any regularity see their doctors less and spend, on

average, seventy percent fewer days in hospital. They are said to have more stamina, a happier (6.

DISPOSE) _______ and even enjoy better relationships.

When you learn to meditate, your teacher will give you a (7. PERSON) ____ ‘mantra' or word which

you use every time you practice the technique and which is (8. SUPPOSE) ________ chosen according

to your needs. (9. INITIATE) ___________ classes are taught individually but subsequent classes

usually consist of a group of students and take place over a period of about four days. The aim is to learn

how to slip into a deeper state of (10. CONSCIOUS) ________ for twenty minutes a day. The rewards

speak for themselves.

IV. Each of the following sentences has one word/phrase that is not correct. Identìy and correct it

(5.0 pts)

1. The vacuum tube did an important contribution to the early growth of radio and television.

2. He hopes to pursue an advance degree that may aid him in getting a job with excellent promotion


3. Since rats are destroyable and may carry diseases, many cities try to exterminate them.

4. Made up of more than 150 member countries, the organization known as the United Nations were

established after World War II to preserve international peace and security.

5. Lack of animal protein in the human diet is a serious cause of the malnutrition.


1. Read the text below and choose the word that best fits each of the blanks in the following passage.

(5.0 pts)


Crocodiles see well, their eyes are equipped with three eyelids, each having a different function. Their

eyeballs slide back out of hann's way during an attack. Should they lose one of their eight centimeter-long

teeth, a replacement is always ready. A crocodile may go through several thousand teeth during a lifetime

of over seventy years. Crocodiles cannot chew, as their teeth are (1) ______ only to penetrate and hold.

These animals can attack at any (2) ____ of the year, but they are more active in the warmer months and

when in (3) _______ of mates. Underwater, crocodiles (4) _____ their victims at the water's (5) ______

by sensing any movement in the water. Once they have a hold on their victim, they drag it deep into the

water to (6) ________ They then crush and swallow it. Many battles occur (7)________ mates. About six

weeks after mating, the female makes a nest, often on a river bank, and (8)_______ about fifty eggs. She

then seals the nest for protection and also as a way of (9) _______ the temperature. After ten to twelve

weeks the baby crocodiles come out of the eggs: only about one percent of these (10) _______ it to

adulthood, as thousands die in flooding or are eaten by fish or bigger crocodiles. In an attempt to ensure a

source of healthy animals, crocodile farms have been set up, and a vast industry now exists in crocodile

skin and meat.

1. A. composed B. constituted C. designed D. styled

2. A. time B. phase C. month D. interval

3. A. discovery B. hunt C. exploration D. search

4. A. prefer B. accept C. propose D. choose

5. A. border B. rim C. edge D. shore

6. A. sink B. drown C. capsize D. soak

7. A. against B. over C. between D. for

8. A. lays B. sets C. drops D. puts

9. A. dominating B. ruling C. imposing D. controlling

10. A. reach B. make C. get D. arrive

II. Read the text below and fill each blank with ONE suitable word. (10.0 pts)

Always a sure source of affection, my grandparents (1) ______ hugely important figures in my life. They

would shower my sisters and me with sweets, indulgences and stories, (2) _______ tales about my parents

as naughty children. When the last of (3) ____ died, we all wondered who would hold the family together.

People have relied on grandparents in Britain since the Industrial Revolution, (4)______ whole

families moved into cities from the country to get work in the new factories, taking grandmother along to

look after the children. (5)_________ the fact that more grandmothers are working now, grandparents are

still the backbone of childcare in Britain. They provide 44% of full-time care for pre-school children,

which (6) _______ you wonder how the country would manage without them.

The traditional image of a grandparent is a smiling old person surrounded by a cohort of happy

children, but this doesn't match the facts. (7) ______ we have now is the so-called ‘beanpole family,

thinly stretched over several generations, with fewer family members in each and with growing (8)

________ of single-parent families. Grandparents are getting younger - more than 50% of grandparents

have already had their first grandchild by the age 54.

For many of them, grandparenthood means juggling a job, involvement with grandchildren and,

sometimes, the care of their own parents. It is up to us to balance the demands we make on them if we

don't want to wear them (9) ________. Grandparents are (10) ______ a valuable part of the family that we

just cannot do without them.

III. Read the following passage and choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to

each of the following questions. (10.0 pts)

About 200 million years ago, as the Triassic Period came to a close, many species of animals

disappeared from the face of the Earth Scientists previously believed that the series of extinctions

happened over a period of 15 to 20 million years. Recent discoveries in Nova Scotia suggest, however,

that the extinctions may have happened over a much shorter period of time, perhaps less than 850,000


Evidence for a rapid extinction of species at the end of the Triassic Period is found in the McCoy

Brook Formation along the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. Fossils found in this formation indicate a

rapid disappearance of species rather than a slow and gradual change over time. One explanation for

a relatively sudden extinction at the end of the Triassic may be that a large meteorite struck the earth

at the time and is responsible for a 70- kilometer hole nearby. If geologists and other researchers can

find evidence, such as shocked quartz in the rock formations, that a meteorite did strike the earth, it

would give more credence to the theory of rapid Triassic extinctions. It is possible, however, that even

if a rapid extinction happened in and around Nova Scotia, it did not necessarily occur in the rest of the


1. What is the main topic of this passage?

A. the disappearance of animal species at the end of the Triassic Period

B. evidence of a relatively sudden extinction of species

C. the possibility of an extinction happening simultaneously throughout the world

D. a meteorite hole in the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia

2. The author uses the phrase "the face of the Earth" in paragraph 1 in order to ______.

A. emphasize the disappearance B. focus on one part of the Earth

C. focus on one period of time D. point out the reference to land, not water

3. All of the following were mentioned in the passage EXCEPT __________

A. the extinction of late Triassic animals

B. the duration of time for the extinction

C. a large meteorite hitting the Earth 10 million years ago

D. the use of types of rock in scientific research

4. Where in the passage does the author give evidence for the argument?

A. Lines 1-2 B. Lines 6-10 C. Lines 11-12 D. Lines 13-14

5. According to the passage, what would give evidence that a meteorite struck the earth?

A. a gradual change in species over time B. a change in the quartz

C. deposits in the veins of rocks D. a change in the waters of the Bay of Fundy

6. Which of the following could best replace the word "struck" as used in the passage?

A. affected B. discovered C. devastated D. hit

7. Which of the following is most probably the meaning of “shocked quartz" in the passage?

A. narrow chasms B. tiny lines C. hardened ores D. cracked minerals

8. The word "it" in paragraph 2 refers to _________

A. evidence B. an extinction C. the Earth D. a meteorite

9. The word "credence” in the passage could be best replaced by ________

A. demonstration B. elevation C. suitability D. credibility

10. Which of the following best describes the author's tone?

A. aggressive B. explanatory C. apologetic D. cynical


1. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. (5.0 pts)

1. You could be arrested for not giving a breath sample to the police.

=> Refusal _________________________________________________

2. Absolute secrecy was crucial to the success of the mission.

=> Without _________________________________________________

3. It is very kind of you to give me a lift.

=> I appreciate _________________________________________________

4. It's sad, but the crime rate is unlikely to go down this year.

=> Sad as _________________________________________________

5. "Please don't run so fast!" Suzy begged her friend.

=> Suzy pleaded _________________________________________________

II. 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. (5.0 pts)

1. His irresponsible attitude is endangering his career as a doctor. (jeopardy)

=> _____________________________________________

2. Only final-year students are allowed to use the main college car park. (restricted)

=> _____________________________________________

3. He could not explain why he was always late for work. (account)

=> _____________________________________________

4. She doesn't see or hear from her childhood friends any more. (lost)

=> _____________________________________________

5. A government official leaked the story to the world press. (wind)

=> _____________________________________________

III. Essay Writing: (15.0 pts)

"The responsibility of bringing up children should be shared equally between mother and father."

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Write an essay of about 250 words to express your opinion, using specific details and examples to support

your answer.