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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO HƯNG YÊN
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề thi gồm 06 trang)
PART A: PHONETICS
KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 THPT NĂM HỌC 2023 - 2024
Bài thi: TIẾNG ANH
Dành cho thí sinh thi vào lớp chuyên Tiếng Anh Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others. Write A, B, C or D on the
answer sheet. (0.5 point)
1. A. police
2. A. endanger 3. A. embroider 4. A. ornamental
5. A. interactive
D. service D. consider
D. compromise D. combination
PART B: VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR
I. Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentences. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (2.0 points)
1. When the electricity failed, he
2. When you go out, will you get me
A. a copy
a match to find the candle.
C. a paper
B. an edition
3. The doctor told Tom that too much
bicycle is among the most efficient
D. a publication
D. No article
to the sun is bad for the skin.
C. exhibition machines invented by man.
they get the letter tomorrow, you still won't get a reply before the weekend.
A. Even though
A. who awarded
7. The paintings
6. Marie Curie was the first woman
C. Even if
two Nobel prizes.
B. to be awarded
D. that was awarding
the cultural features of the coastal region, which attracts tourists to the
village of Nhon Ly in Quy Nhon city.
8. According to the
intend to leave.
of the contract, foreign tenants must give an eight-month notice if they
9. I think city dwellers can enjoy an exciting nightlife,
A. don't I
D. can they
B. do I
C. can't they
to have a toothache.
B. hadn't wanted
C. doesn't want
p. hasn't wanted
10. He should eat fewer sweets if he
A. didn't want
11. I'm sure that this isn't a true story about his life. She
A. must have made
C. would have made
B. should have made D. can have made
12. I don't think you have been watering the plants near the gate. The soil is
A. as dry as rice
C. as dry as a bone
13. Very soon I found some other people to
A. keep up with
C. talk through with
A. came into
B. as dry as a tile
B. as dry as wood
and we began to write songs.
B. team up with
B. get along with
a big fortune when they were young, so they didn't have to work hard.
C. came across
B. came up
D. came round
15. The population of London is a lot smaller than that of Tokyo or Shanghai, but it is by far
A. the most popular
& more and more popular
B. more popular
B. most popular
, they slept soundly in the room because they were working hard on the farm the whole
A. Hot though was the night air
C. Hot as was the night air
17. Where's the
B. Hot though the night air was D. Hot although the night air
dress that your grandma gave you?
lovely long pink silk
pink long lovely silk
B. lovely pink long silk
long pink silk lovely
when people didn't understand what he was trying to say that he discontinued his
A. So frustrated did he feel
Such frustrated did he feel
19. Mary and Peter are at the flower shop.
B. So frustrated he felt
He felt such frustrated
Mary: "Would you mind sending those flowers to Mr. Carlos?" Peter: "
A. He wouldn't mind.
C. I would if I were you.
B. No, I can handle it myself. B. Sure, I'll do it now.
20. Jenifer and Margret are talking about Margret's new dress.
Jenifer: "You really have a beautiful dress, Margret."
Margret: "Thank you, Jenifer.
A. That's a nice compliment.
C. Of course, it is very expensive.
B. My mother bought it yesterday. R. Yes, I like it very much.
II. Choose the word or phrase which is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined one in each of the following sentences. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (0.3 point)
1. Mr. Johnson and his family embarked the ship sailing to an island in the Pacific Ocean.
2. The factory is fined for discharging dangerous chemicals into the river.
A. keeping 3. Mr Hai: "How often does your daughter come back to your hometown?"
Mr Nam: "She comes back there once in a blue moon because she's busy with her work."
A. every morning
B. too often R. always
III. Choose the word or phrase which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in each of the following sentences. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (0.2 point)
1. There is no excuse for your discourtesy. Think twice before you are going to say anything.
C. impoliteness D. boldness 2. Sorry, I can't come to your party. I am snowed under with work at the moment.
A. relaxed about
B. busy with
C. free from
R. interested in
IV. Supply the appropriate form of the words in the brackets. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
1. Deforestation and excessive farming have
2. The damage caused by the terrible storm two days ago was
government. The real figures go up every minute.
3. Don't you know that your good result will make your parents
4. From the hotel, there is a
view across the canyon.
carved mirror lead up (EXOTIC)
5. Two Japanese masks hung on the walls and an
to the staircase.
It was highly pool.
7. He found much information
of him to leave the children on their own in the
because the library lacked a
modern classification system.
8. Now, don't tell anyone else what I've just told you. Remember, it's
9. When you travel into space, you can eat and drink in
of the Premier League has been agreed upon by all the
PART C: READING COMPREHENSION
(CONFIDE) (WEIGHT) (CONTINUE)
I. Choose the word or phrase that best fits the blank space in the following passage. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
Pollution is any contamination of the environment (1)
causes harm to the environment or
the inhabitants of the environment. There are three main kinds of pollution. Air pollution can be caused by liquids, or gases that make the air (2)
to breathe. There are two main types of air pollution: primary and secondary. Primary pollutants enter the air (3)
like smoke from factories and car exhaust. Secondary pollutants are chemicals that mix together (4)
the air, like mixtures of emissions from vehicles and factory smoke that change to form more dangerous pollutants in the air and sunlight. Soil pollution can be caused by pesticides, leakage from chemical tanks, oil spills, and (5)
chemicals which get into the soil by dumping or accidental contamination. Soil pollution can also cause water pollution when underground water becomes (6)
by coming into contact with the polluted soil. Water pollution can be caused by waste products, sewage, oil spills, and (7)
in streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans. Some scientists believe that water pollution is the largest cause of death and (8)
in the world, causing about 14,000 deaths in the world each day. It is (9)
for anyone to predict the exact timing and effects of global pollution and global climate change brought about by pollution. There is a general (10)
by scientists that the global climate will continue to change, the intensity of weather effects will continue to increase, and some species of animals will become extinct.
C. who C. fresh
C. gradually to pollute
C. many C. illiterate
10. A. conclusion
B. poverty B. compulsory Bagreement
C. flyover @diseases
harmful D directly
D. polluting D. some D. healthy D. litter D. shortage
D. necessary B, argument
II. Read the following passage and choose the best answer to complete the sentences. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
The year 1850 may be considered the beginning of a new epoch in America art, with respect to the development of watercolor painting. In December of that year, a group of thirty artists gathered in the studio of John Falconer in New York City and drafted both a constitution and bylaws, establishing The Society for the Promotion of Painting in Water Color. In addition to securing an exhibition space in the Library Society building in lower Manhattan, the society founded a small school for the instruction of watercolor painting. Periodic exhibitions of the members' paintings also included works by noted English artists of the day, borrowed from embryonic private collections in the city. The society's activities also included organized sketching excursions along the Hudson River. Its major public exposure came in 1853, when the society presented works by its members in the "Industry of All Nations" section of the Crystal Palace Exposition in New York.
The society did not prosper, however, and by the time of its annual meeting in 1854 membership had fallen to twenty-one. The group gave up its quarters in the Library Society building and returned to Falconer's studio, where it broke up amid dissension. No further attempt to formally organize the
growing numbers of watercolor painters in New York City was made for more than a decade. During that decade, though, Henry Warren's Painting in Water Color was published in New York City in 1856, the book was a considerable improvement over the only other manual of instruction existing at the time, Elements of Graphic Art, by Archibald Roberson, published in 1802 and by the 1850's long out of print. In 1866 the National Academy of Design was host to an exhibition of watercolor painting in its elaborate neo-Venetian Gothic building on Twenty-Third Street in New York City. The exhibit was sponsored by an independent group called The Artists Fund Society. Within a few months of this event, forty-two prominent artists living in and near New York City founded The American Society of Painters in Water Colors.
1. This passage is mainly about
A. the most influential watercolor painters in the mid-1800's
Befforts to organize watercolor painters in New York City during the mid-1800's
C. a famous exhibition of watercolor paintings in New York City in the mid-1800's
D. styles of watercolor painting in New York City during the mid-1800's
2. The year 1850 was significant in the history of watercolor painting mainly because A. John Falconer established his studio for watercolor painters
B. watercolor painting was first introduced to New York City Ca group of artists established a watercolor-painting society D. The first book on watercolor painting was published
3. The word "securing" in line 4 is closest in meaning to
4. All of the following can be inferred about the Society for the promotion of Painting in Water Color
A. The society exhibited paintings in lower Manhattan
B. The society exhibited only the paintings of its members
&Instruction in watercolor painting was offered by members of the society
Scenes of the Hudson River appeared often in the work of society members 5. The word "it" refers to
6. Which of the following is true of watercolor painters in New York City in the late 1850's?
They formed a new society because they were not allowed to join groups run by other kinds of artists. B. They were unable to exhibit their paintings because of the lack of exhibition space.
The Artists Fund Society helped them to form The American Society of Painters in Water Colors. They increased in number despite a lack of formal organization.
7. Henry Warren's Painting in Water Color was important to artists because it
A. received an important reward
B was the only textbook published that taught painting
was much better than an earlier published
D. attracted the interest of art collectors
8. The word "considerable" is closest in meaning to
9. The year 1866 was significant for watercolor painting for which of the following reasons?
A The National Academy of Design held an exhibition of watercolor paintings.
B. Private collections of watercolors were first publicly exhibited.
C. The neo-Venetian Gothic building on Twenty-Third Street in New York City was built. D. Elements of Graphic Art was republished.
10. The word "prominent" is closest in meaning to
III. Fill in each numbered blank with ONE suitable word. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
Since the aeroplane became a common form of (1) their choice of holiday destination and expected to be able to fly to even the most (2) the world. But what effect do tourists have on (3)
people have become more adventurous in
The arrival of a group of tourists in a small community can mean the end of peace and quiet as they indulge in one long party. When on (4)
away from parents, young people can sometimes change their normal standards of behaviour. Fuelled by alcohol and too much sun, they can do damage to themselves as well as the community around them. This invasion (5)
the local people in many ways, disrupting their normal routine and increasing their working hours.
However, (6) can also be of benefit to a small community, bringing jobs and a source of income that may not have existed before. This may mean that younger people are encouraged to stay in the community rather than seeking work in the city. There (7)
also a growing trend towards different types of holidays. Nowadays we hear a great deal about the popularity of eco-tourism, (8) indicates that people are more aware of the environment and wish to protect it rather than harm it. Travellers should always treat the places they visit as well as the local inhabitants (9) people behave in a responsible way (10)
increased tourism should far outweigh the negatives.
PART D: WRITING
they are at home) or abroad, then the benefits of
I. Choose the underlined word or phrase that needs correcting. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
1. It is time the government helped the unemployment to find some jobs.
2. I was surprising to learn that there was a tram system in Hanoi a century ago.
3. Several people have apparent tried to change the man's mind, but he refuses to listen.
4. After driving for twenty miles, he suddenly realized that he has been driving in the wrong direction.
5. Instead of calling off the football match as the outbreak of Covid-19, maybe we can just put it over
till next month.
6. The new advanced water treatment plant, which will eventually serve 300,000 customers, is now on
7. The Nobel Prize winning candidate, together with his wife and children, are staying in Sweden after
8. In spite of his dropped out of Harvard in 1975, Bill Gates managed to found Microsoft with
A his childhood friend.
9. The main cause of the strike was the management's refusal to give further consideration to the
question of paying differences.
10. By the mid-nineteenth century, the land was such expensive in large cities that architects began to
conserve space by designing skyscrapers.
II. Use the word given in each bracket and other words to complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first. You must use between THREE AND FIVE WORDS. DO NOT CHANGE THE WORD GIVEN IN CAPITAL. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
1. I don't like him because he boasts a lot.
→I don't like him as
2. She got a scholarship as soon as she registered for the training course.
the training course when she got a scholarship.
→ There is
3. Books on animal diseases in Outer Mongolia are not exactly best sellers.
books on animal diseases in outer Mongolia. 4. Fleming discovered penicillin as a result of a little luck. →A little luck
5. Wilson has so much talent that a number of different clubs are interested in him. → Wilson
different clubs are interested in him.
6. When she left home, she had to do everything on her own. → When she left home, she
7. You cannot get to the village in winter because of the snow.
player that a number of
the village in winter because of the snow.
the loss of his money.
in the public places.
8. Martin had difficulty in accepting the loss of his money. → It was
9. It was Peter who pointed the mistake out to me. →It was Peter who
10. You are not allowed to smoke in the public places. → There
III. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point)
1. We were very impressed by the new cinema but we found it rather expensive.
2. In my opinion, Chinese films are far superior to Korean ones.
→ I'd rather
3. We were late for the meeting because it rained heavily.
4. He was really jealous when he caught sight of his brother's new villa.
He was green
5. Seeing that Hung was determined to kick off bad habits, I knew he was serious about changes. → In light
6. He said that he had won as a result of good luck.
→ He attributed
7. People think that heart disease is caused by eating the wrong things.
8. Martin may not be very well but he still manages to enjoy life.
9. Given fair warning, I could have avoided that date.
→If you had told me
10. They cancelled the flight because of the heavy rain.
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