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NĂM HỌC 2021-2013 

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 để 

Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others. Write A, B, Cor D on the answer 

sheet. (0.5 point) 

1. A. canal 

2 A, prefer 3. A. benefit 

4. A. majority 

5. A. benefactor 

B. product B. police 


D. measure 

C. disease 

D. damage 

B. explorer 

C. chemical 

D. energy 

B. certificate 

C. ncedemic 

D. spectacular 

B. catastrophic 

C. residential 

D. perseverance 


1. 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. I suppose it was a special occasion, 

A. was it 

2. We have an intention 

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B. wasn't it 

studying abroad. B. on scarf in a shop near my house. A sweet little green silk C. sweet green little silk 

A. in 

3. I saw a 

4. An eyewitness described how ten people 

A, had been killed B. have been killed 

5. All the passengers were made 

A buckle 

C. don't l 

D. do I 

C. at 

D. of 

B. little green silk sweet 

D. green little sweet silk 

in the fire. 

C. are killed 

D. will have been killed 

their seat 

belts during the turbulence. 

B to buckle 

C. buckling 

D. for buckling 

slice, please? 

C) another 

D. the other answer. He 


6. This cake is delicious! Can I have 

A. other 

B. others 

7. I went to Tom's house last night and rang the door bell. There was no 

A. need have gone 

8. The garden 

A. designing 

C. may have gone D. should have gone to harmonize with the natural landscape looks very beautiful. 

C. having designed (D. designed 

B. must have gone 

B. to design 

9. Many people were killed in the accident. The bodies of 

C. the English because it is useful for his work 

C. to learn B. learns 

B. a 

10. It is necessary that he 

A learn 

11. Many elderly people have to live on the money they 

12. In Asia, children are taught to 

dead were taken away. 

D/No article 

A laid up 

B. put back 

C. set up 

D. has learned when they were working. 

D. put aside 

A come up with 

13. The passage 

A refers 

their teachers. B. look up to C. think back on D. make up for that the first settlers were Spanish. 

B. instills 

C. implies 

D. infers 

A. heart 

B. head 

A. mouth 

14. After congratulating his team, the coach allowed the players to let their 

15. I caught the last bus by the skin of my 

B. leg 

down for a while. 

C. soul 

D. hair 

C. neck 

D. teeth 

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16. Our neighbors look down on us; they are a bit 

A. advertent 

B. unpretentious 



C. hard nut 

(B) wet blanket 

17. She likes spoiling people's fun. She is really a 

A. couch potato 18. She will have to 

if she wants to pass the final exam. 

C. take the credit Paul: " 

A. pull her socks up 

B. work miracles 

19. Tom: "Is it alright if I use your bike?" 

A. Please accept it with my best wishes 

C. I don't want to use your bike 

D. humble 

D. cold fish 

D. keep up her appearances 

B, Sorry, no, I won't do it 

D. Sure, go ahead 

20. Mai: "Passing a university entrance exam is not difficult." 

A. I couldn't agree more. It's not easy at all C. But I don't. I failed it last year 

- Lan: 

B. You must be kidding me. It's not easy D. I do, too. I passed it last year 

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. He resembles his father in appearance very much. 

A. looks after 

B. names after 

C. takes after 

2. These machines are older models and have to be operated by hand. 

B. manually 

D. calls after 

D. mechanically 

D. mandatory 

A. spiritually 3. All young men are required to do two years of compulsory military service. 

A. perfunctory 

B. desirable 

C. automatically 

C. rational 

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) 

B. modern 

C. basic 

D. recent 

1. In those days, dental equipment was primitive and a visit to the dentist was a painful experience. 

A. original 2. It's quite disappointing that some people still turn a blind eye to acts 

A. take no notice of B. have no feeling for Cpay attention to 

of injustice they witness. 

D. show respect for 

IV. Supply the appropriate form of the words in the brackets. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point) 

1. They need more funds to 


the country's telephone system. (A


2. His boss told him off because he had behaved expertiblely 

3. It is a 

4. The cost of the 

to say he did when you know he didn't. 

must be paid by the buyer. 

5. First-time visitors to France will find this guide particularly 

6. She spoke 7. The 

and vaguely, so it was hard to recall anything she had said. inside our bodies is a complex system. 8. Words alone cannot convey the 








refugee camps, 

9. It's 


10. Many top athletes are 


to have so many people all trying to use this equipment at the same 


who drive themselves to excel. 


misery endured by people in these 

PART C: READING C I. Choose the word or p on the answer sheet. (1 

More and more peo can be as rewarding as with a book, a book participating in or leadi 

A successful book but also big enough for backgrounds for more 

The book club co biographies. Or the m 

someone who thinks 

Some book club meetings in member To make the m discussion by asking their opinions, even like something. 

LA.it 2.A schedule 

3. A. proposal 4. A. characte 5. A. number 

6. A. as well 

7. A. valuable 

8. A. offers 9. A. called 10. A. what 

II. Read the foll on the answer 3 

As kids 

growing up. T pay. Life has robots we soo 

By 20 

starting to int launch a fac 

American ed 

push of a bu to ensure cu and work al 


according t Then there 




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) 

Reading is Fun 

More and more people are discovering that sharing and talking about their favourite books with others can be as rewarding as the act of reading with a book, a book club helps them 



For people who feel that they are too busy to sit down time to read, others have gained self-confidence by 

(3) to make new friends. participating in or leading a discussion. And most people enjoy the 

A successful book club should have a group that is small enough so even the quiet people can be heard 

(5) The best arrangement is a (4) but also big enough for many different backgrounds for more reading variety and livelier discussions. 

(7) discussing. 

of ages, sexes, and 

The book club could specialise in one subject or type of book, like mysteries, science fiction, or (6) the book is highly recommended by biographies. Or the members could read books of all types. someone who thinks it would be 

Some book clubs meet in places like bookstores, public libraries, or restaurants, but most have their (8) more privacy and time for longer meetings. meetings in members' homes. This approach simply 

(9) The leader will usually start the To make the meeting go smoothly, a leader should be discussion by asking what the author's main idea was. Book club members should never be afraid to offer their opinions, even if they don't like a book. They just need to be prepared to explain 

like something. 



B. make 

C. form 


2. A schedule 

C. themselves C. do 

3. A. proposal 

B chance 


4. A. characters 

B. issues 

5. A. number 

B. range 

B. as far as 

B. worth 

6. A. as well as 

7. A. valuable 

8. A. offers 

9. A. called 

10. A. what 

B. supplies 

B. named 

B. how 

C, opinions 

C, mixture 

C. as soon a5 

C. busy 

C. encourages 

C. suggested 


D. oneself 

D. stay 

(10) they didn't 

D. result D. phenomena D. lot 

D. as long as D. useful 

D takes 

D. appointed D. where 

II. Read the following passage and choose the best answer to complete the sentences. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (10 point) 

The Rise of Robots 

As kids, our grandparents frequently scared us by talking about how difficult life was when they were growing up. They mentioned walking miles to school in the snow, or doing hours of manual labour for little pay. Life has changed greatly since then, and it seems to get easier year by year. In fact, with the help of robots we soon might not have to do much at all. But is this a good thing? 

By 2030, it's estimated that robotics will be a $10 billion business worldwide. Companies are already starting to integrate them into the workforce. The electronics manufacturer Foxconn is drawing up plans to launch a factory within the next 10 years that's completely staffed by robot workers. Meanwhile, an American company Briggo has invented a robot that serves gourmet-quality coffee to customers. With the push of a button it will crush coffee beans, measure exact quantities of water, and even wave a steam wand to ensure customers get the perfect cream on top. Unlike human baristas, it can serve multiple drinks at once and work all day and night without a break. 

Robots are also invading our homes. The Rooma is a mini-robot that vacuums rooms automatically according to a schedule. The Robomow is a device that will cut the grass for you while you sit in the shade. Then there's the Nanda clocky, an alarm clock that makes sure that even the deepest sleepers get up on time. 

it has the HANGE 

The clock is attached to a pair of wheels, and it will randomly move around the room. Once you finally catch it, you're probably too awake to hit the snooze button. 

Although these early home robots are somewhat basic, they will likely become more capable as times goes on. Although robots certainly help us to eliminate tedious tasks, many people are concerned about a future filled with robots. Some fear that humanity will start to decline if machines do everything for us. Others have even warned about the robot rebellion, in which robots become so smart that they may decide to turn on their masters. These ideas may seem a bit far-fetched, but there are certainly lots of questions that need to be answered before everyone opens up to the idea of a robotic future, 

(Adapted from "Developing skills for the TOEFL Ibt intermediate") 

1. How is Briggo's invention superior to human workers? A. It is more knowledgeable about coffee-making. C. It never has to stop. 

2. What would happen if you pressed the snooze button? 

A. The alarm would stop, but go off again soon. C. You would have to wake up immediately. 

B. It is better at conversation. D. It can operate machinery. 

B. The alarm clock would turn off forever. D. Nothing would happen at all. 

3. Which of the following is NOT true about the concerns over robotics? 

A. It takes some time for people to accept robots. B.Robots may be dominant at the workplace. 

C. The idea of robotics may seem far-fetched. D. Robots may do some harm to humans. 

4. The word "them" in paragraph 2 refers to 

A. robotics 

B. companies 

5. The word "tedious" in paragraph 4 mostly means 

A. boring 

B. difficult 

6. What is the last paragraph mainly about? 

C. electronics manufacturer D. business 

C. intelligent 

A. A very amusing science-fiction story about robots. 

B. Some reasons why people don't accept robots yet. 

e. How people in local communities are supporting robots. 

D. A few of the lastest robots on the market today. 

7. According to the first paragraph, how is the life changed since our parents' time? 

A. The education system has got much worse. 

B. Children have to walk longer distance to school. 

C. It hasn't changed much at all. 

D. Things aren't as hard as they once were. 

8. All of the following statements are true about robots EXCEPT that 

A. they can work all day and night without break 

they can draw up plans to launch a story 

D. expensive 

B. they have greater capabilities 

D. they can do boring tasks for human 

C. manifestation 

D. innovation 

9. The word "rebellion" in paragraph 4 mostly means 

A. revolt 

B. resistance 

10. We can infer from the passage that 

A, present domestic robots can work without any programs 

B. the 




B. the communication will decline with the use of robots 

C. robotics will have been a major business by 2030 

D. a robot rebellion can happen daily 

III. Fill in each numbered blank with ONE suitable word. Write your answers on the answer sheet. (1.0 point) 


(1) most severe sources smoke that contains sulfur 

(2) There are many sources of pollution in our modern world. At present, are acid rain, car exhaust fumes and oil spills. Factory chimneys give dioxide and nitrogen oxide. These gases combine with the moisture in the atmosphere to form sulfuric acid (3) in the rain and turn it acidic. Acid rain is thought to be and nitric acid. When it rains, these acids the worst (4) problem of all. It has polluted aquatic life by turning many lakes into lifeless bodies of water. In these areas, there is no limestone in the rocks to neutralize the acid rain (5). One remedy is to pump limestone into the acidic lakes. 6, it is not possible to do this on a large enough scale to save all the lakes. Car exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and lead which are highly poisonous. In big (7) human beings. Pollution of the sea by cities, the exhaust fumes build up and pose a health hazard oil threatens 

life. Much of the oil comes from ships that clean their fuel tanks while at sea. of oil into the sea. Pollution of the sea can also be caused Offshore oil wells also discharge vast 

of accidents involving oil tankers. 


by oil spills. An oil spill may occur as a 





I. Choose the underlined word or phrase that needs correcting. Write A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. (1.0 point) 

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1. The earth is the only planet with a large number of oxygen in its atmosphere. 

2. The boys were punished by their parents although they made many mistakes. 

3. Naomi Uemura, a Japanese explorer, travelled lonely to the North Pole on foot. 

C 4. The oxygen content of Mars is not sufficient enough to support life as we know it. 

D/ C 5. Weather and geography conditions may determine the type of transportation used in a region. 

B 6. Some studies show that young babies prefer the smell of milk to those of other liquids. 

D C 7. The carpenters tried to join together the pieces of the broken beam, but found it impossible to do. 

C 8. The number of nature reserves have increased dramatically so as to protect endangered species. 

C D 9. Manufacturers may use food additives for preserving, to color, to flavor or to fortify foods. 

B A 

D C 10. Each of the students in the accounting class has to type their own research paper this semester. 

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'd prefer you to start work next week. 

→I would rather stalt 

work next week. 


3. Diane was supposed to write to her parents last week. 

2. Linda's plans for a picnic have been spoilt by the weather. 


→ Linda's a 

3. Dimbe's plans for a picnic Jave fallen claus because of the weather. 


→ Diane ought to wate 

to her parents last week. 




4. His handwriting is so small that I can hardly read it. → He has Fach Small hard 


I can hardly read it. 

5. I was strongly impressed by the performance of that singer. 

→ The performance of that singer wole o 

Strong impression" 

6. As far as I know, he is still working in Bristol. 

→ To Try belt /crowdedge 

, he is still working in Bristol. 

7. My dad is now abroad and I am in charge of the office. →My dad has put me 



the office as he is now abroad. 


new traffic scheme. 

8. Local residents said they were against the new traffic scheme, → Local residents expressed their disapp the now 9. Your attitude will have to change if you want to succeed. →You will have to 

if you want to succeed. 

10. The mannger should think about experience when hiring new staff. → The manager should 

when hiring new staff. 




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. Don't tell the boss anything about it. shared by Angels of Otto Channel 

→Don't breathe 

2. Experts think that all dogs evolved from wolves. 


→ All dogs are thought to have been evolved from welke by expects 

3. We have a plan to raise a fund to help the poor in our neighborhood next year. 

→We are 

planning to love a fund & help 

4. "I am happy you have passed the final exams. Congratulations!" Tom said to me. 

→ Tom congratulated th 



final exors 

5. My father hardly drinks coffee or tea in the evening. 

→ Hardly does father dunks coffee 

6. If you want to save your eyesight, we must operate immediately. 

→ Only by 

7. Simon hadn't expected that he would feel so weak after the operation. 

→The operation left 

8. Without your good advice, I would never have made a good investment. 

→ If it hadn't been for your good advice 

9. Unfortunately my stay here will be too short for me to visit many of the tourist attractions. 

→ Unfortunately I shan't 

10. I won't change my mind about that problem whatever happens. 

→ Come 

Hu và lần 

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