Đề thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn tỉnh Ninh Thuận môn Tiếng Anh (chuyên) năm học 2022-2023

Đề thi chuyên Anh, Lê Quý Đôn, tỉnh Ninh Thuận - Trang 1/8

Mời quý thầy cô và các em học sinh đọc và tham khảo Đề thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn tỉnh Ninh Thuận môn Tiếng Anh (chuyên) năm học 2022-2023 kèm theo đáp án gợi ý ở cuối bài viết. Đề thi Chuyên Anh Lê Quý Đôn, Ninh Thuận năm nay được Sở GD&ĐT tổ chức vào 01/07/2022. Đề thi có 08 trang gồm 04 phần chính: 1. Listening (2.5 points); 2. Use of English (2.5 points); 3. Reading (2.5 points) và 4. Writing (2.5 points). Thí sinh cần hoàn tất bài thi trong vòng 120 phút. 

Kỳ thi Tuyển sinh lớp 10 tại Ninh Thuận năm 2023 vẫn giữ ổn định như các năm trước, thí sinh dự thi 3 môn chung gồm: Toán, Ngữ văn, tiếng Anh và các môn chuyên (đối với TS có nguyện vọng thi vào Trường THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn).

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(Đáp án có 02 trang)


NĂM HỌC 2022-2023

Khóa ngày: 01/7/2022

Môn thi chuyên: Tiếng Anh

Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

SECTION 1: LISTENING (2.5 points)

Part 1.     1     A

      2     B

      3     B

      4     C

      5     A

      6     C

      7     A

      8     B

Part 2.     9     shelter

      10    oil

      11    roads

      12    insects

      13    grass(es)

      14    water

      15    soil

Part 3.     16    F

      17    F

      18    T

      19    T

      20    F

SECTION 2: USE OF ENGLISH (2.5 points)

Part 1.     21    C

      22    D

      23    D

      24    C

      25    C

      26    D

      27    B

      28    C

Part 2.     29    held

      30    located

      31    rainfall

      32    terms

      33    ethnic

      34    whom

Part 3.     35    dependable

      36    Conservationists

      37    revitalize

      38    indifferent

      39    comeback

      40    salesmanship

SECTION 3: READING (2.5 points)

Part 1.     41    E

      42    B

      43    C

      44    B

      45    YES

      46    NOT GIVEN

      47    NO

      48    YES

Part 2.     49    C

      50    H

      51    A

      52    F

      53    D

Part 3.     54    A

      55    A

      56    D

      57    D

      58    A

      59    B

      60    B

SECTION 4: WRITING (2.5 points)

Part 1.     61    They take pride in their achievements.

      62    Please make allowance for Jane’s poor typing; she’s only been learning for a month.

      63    You ought to have thought carefully enough before you decided.

      64    Alison bought a big house with a view to opening a hotel.

      65    People often mix Peter up with his twin brother.

      66    I never forget to take her ideas into account before making the final decision.

Part 2.     67    Only on Lan's fifth proposal did Diep accept.

      68    Workers and farmers find it extremely difficult to make ends meet these days.

      69    We would rather you behaved in a polite way.

      70    Torrentially as it rained all day, we enjoyed the voyage.

      71    Far from being friendly with him, in fact, I hardly even know him.

      72    He's got a low opinion of politicians.

Part 3.           Paragraph writing.

Đề thi chính thức môn Tiếng Anh (chuyên) vào trường THPT Chuyên Lê Quý Đôn, Ninh Thuận




(Đề thi có 08 trang)


NĂM HỌC 2022-2023

Khóa ngày: 01/7/2022

Môn thi chuyên: Tiếng Anh

Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

Lưu ý: Thí sinh làm bài ra giấy thi, ghi theo đúng thứ tự từ câu 1 đến hết bài thi.

SECTION 1: LISTENING (2.5 points)


- Bài nghe gồm 3 phần, mỗi phần được nghe 2 lần, mỗi lần cách nhau khoảng 5 giây, mở đầu và kết thúc mỗi phần nghe có tín hiệu.

- Mọi hướng dẫn cho thí sinh (bằng Tiếng Anh) đã có trong bài nghe.

Part 1. You will hear people talking in eight different situations. For questions 1-8, choose the best answer (A, B or C). (1.0 pt)

1. You hear two friends talking about a hiking trip. What is the man worried about?

A. lack of adequate climbing experience

B. lack of oxygen on the mountain

C. lack of appropriate equipment

2. You hear two students talking about maintaining traditions. They agree that __________.

A. we should come up with new celebrations.

B. it is important to learn from the past.

C. too many customs are outdated.

3. You hear two students talking about a website. What does the girl think about it?

A. It is less helpful than she’d hoped.

B. It is a good place to hold discussions.

C. Its specialist advice is interesting.

4. You hear a man talking to his friend about the cookery school she runs. What are the friends doing?

A. talking over ways to attract new business

B. expressing disappointment in a staff member

C. discussing why the school is successful

5. You hear part of a radio programme about modern zoos. The zoo-keeper says that he __________.

A. understands why some people dislike zoos

B. believes animals enjoy their lives in zoos

C. encourages people to take part in zoo projects

6. You hear a football coach talking to his team about winning and losing. How does he feel?

A. surprised that the team feels so positive

B. proud of the team’s recent success

C. disappointed by his team’s behavior

7. You hear two people talking about a sports event they are organising. What is the purpose of their discussion?

A. to decide how to increase sales of certain tickets

B. to confirm the timetable of sports events

C. to reach agreement about entry prices

8. You hear two friends discussing a newspaper article about physics. What surprised the man about it?

A. how interested it made him in the subject

B. how inspired it made him feel

C. how excited he was to understand it

Part 2. For questions 9-15, listen and complete the sentences. Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer. (0.875 pt)

The Eucalyptus Tree in Australia


●   it provides (9) __________ and food for a wide range of species

●   its leaves provide (10) __________ which is used to make a disinfectant

Reasons for present decline in number

A) Diseases

(i) ‘Mundulla Yellows’

●   Cause   

- lime used for making (11) __________ was absorbed

- trees were unable to take in necessary iron through their roots

(ii) ‘Bell-miner Associated Die-back’

●   Cause   

- (12) __________ feed on eucalyptus leaves

- they secrete a substance containing sugar

- bell-miner birds are attracted by this and keep away other species

B) Bushfires

William Jackson’s theory:

●   high-frequency bushfires have impact on vegetation, resulting in the growth of (13) __________

●   mid-frequency bushfires result in the growth of eucalyptus forests, because they:

- make more (14) __________ available to the trees

- maintain the quality of the (15) __________

Part 3. For questions 16-20, you will hear a conversation between a teenage boy, Jack, and his mother about accommodation for Jack at university. Choose True (T) or False (F) for each question. (0.625 pt)

16. Jack has to make a decision about accommodation soon.

17. Jack and his mother agree that he should share a house with friends.

18. Jack wants to cook for himself.

19. Jack’s mother thinks that sharing a house will cost a lot.

20. Jack thinks he will have less space in a shared house.


SECTION 2: USE OF ENGLISH (2.5 points)

Part 1. Choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D) in each sentence. (1.0 pt)

21. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.

A. combine  B. collect  C. commerce D. correct

22. Choose the word whose main stress pattern is placed differently from the others.

A. federation     B. unpolluted     C. disappearing   D. profitable

23. Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

One drawback of using the internet in learning is that students can gain access to inappropriate content, which distracts them from their projects and assignments.

A. uncensored     B. incompatible   C. tempting D. unsuitable

24. Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

We are now a 24/7 society where shops and services must be available all hours.

A. an active society    B. a physical society   C. an inactive society  D. a working society

25. William is asking Dr. Keith to spend some minutes helping him with his project.

- William: “Do you have a minute, Dr. Keith?” - Dr. Keith: “__________”

A. Well, I haven’t got it here.     B. Good. I hope so.

C. Sure. What’s the problem?  D. I’m not sure when.

26. People __________ actions to stop the blaze spreading. However, they didn’t do that.

A. must have taken      B. had to take    C. needn’t have taken   D. should have taken

27. Kids have to walk fast if they want to __________ their parents on a stroll through the park. 

A. keep with      B. keep up with   C. keep on to     D. keep over with

28. We would rather Helen __________ us all the information we needed. We should have been well informed.

A. sent     B. send     C. had send D. have sent

Part 2. Read the text below and write only ONE word which best fits each gap. (0.75 pt)

The 33rd session of its International Coordinating Council of the Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB-ICC) was (29) __________ in Abuja, Nigeria from September 13 - 17, during which a total of 20 new sites were designated as global biosphere reserves. The 106.6-ha Nui Chua Biosphere Reserve encompasses the terrestrial and marine areas of Ninh Thuan and is (30) __________ at the end of the Truong Son Mountain Range where the climate is harsh with sunny, hot and arid weather and minimal (31) __________. The biosphere reserve is a representative area in (32) __________ of biodiversity with a rich and diverse mosaic of ecosystems characteristic of the south-central region of Viet Nam, including unique semi-arid vegetation, sea turtle nesting beaches and coral reefs. A total of 447,162 people live in the site including the main (33) __________ groups of Kinh, Cham, Raglai, Hoa, Tay, Nung and Muong, all of (34) __________ have diverse cultures, artistic, religious and architectural traditions as well as numerous rituals and large festivals.

(Adapted from https://en.baoquocte.vn/)

Part 3. Use the correct form of the word given to complete each sentence. (0.75 pt)

35. Phong is a __________ person. If he says he will do something, you know that he will. (DEPEND)

36. __________ are calling for additional measures with a focus on more effective management of the habitat. (CONSERVE)

37. Gentle massage will __________ your skin. (VITAL)

38. The government cannot be __________ to public opinion. (DIFFER)

39. The famous singer retired in 2019, but now he’s making a __________ by releasing a new CD. (COME)

40. Good __________ is a partly about getting on well with the customers. (SALE)

SECTION 3: READING (2.5 points)

Part 1: Read the following passage and choose the correct answers to each of the following questions. (1.0 pt)

The True Cost of Food

A. For more than forty years the cost of food has been rising. It has now reached a point where a growing number of people believe that it is far too high and that bringing it down will be one of the great challenges of the twenty-first century. That cost, however, is not in immediate cash. In the West at least, most food is now far cheaper to buy in relative terms than it was in 1960. The cost is in the collateral damage of the very methods of food production that have made the food cheaper: in the pollution of water, the enervation of soil, the destruction of wildlife, the harm to animal welfare and the threat to human health caused by modern industrial agriculture.

B. First mechanisation, then mass use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides, then monocultures, then battery rearing of livestock, and now genetic engineering- the onward march of intensive farming has seemed unstoppable in the last half-century, as the yields of produce have soared. But the damage it has caused has been colossal. In Britain, for example, many of our best-loved farmland birds, such as the skylark, the grey partridge, the lapwing and the corn bunting, have vanished from huge stretches of countryside, as have even more wild-flowers and insects. This is a direct result of the way we have produced our food in the last four decades. Thousands of miles of hedgerows, thousands of ponds have disappeared from the landscape. The faecal filth of salmon farming has driven wild salmon from many of the sea lochs and rivers of Scotland. Natural soil fertility is dropping in many areas because of continuous industrial fertiliser and pesticide use, while the growth of algae is increasing in lakes because of the fertiliser run-off.

C. Put it all together and it looks like a battlefield, but consumers rarely make the connection at the dinner table. That is mainly because the costs of all this damage are what economists refer to as externalities: they are outside the main transaction, which is for example producing and selling a field of wheat, and are borne directly by neither producers nor consumers. To many, the costs may not even appear to be financial at all, but merely aesthetic -a terrible shame, but nothing to do with money. And anyway they, as consumers of food, certainly aren’t paying for it, are they?

D. But the costs to society can actually be quantified and, when added up, can amount to staggering sums. A remarkable exercise in doing this has been carried out by one of the world’s leading thinkers on the future of agriculture, Professor Jules Pretty, Director of the Centre for Environment and Society at the University of Essex. Professor Pretty and his colleagues calculated the externalities of British agriculture for one particular year. They added up the costs of repairing the damage it caused and came up with a total figure of £2,343m. This is equivalent to £208 for every hectare of arable land and permanent pasture, almost as much again as the total government and EU spends on British farming in that year. And according to Professor Pretty, it was a conservative estimate.

E. The costs included: £120m for removal of pesticides; £16m for removal of nitrates; £55m for removal of phosphates and soil; £23m for the removal of the bug cryptosporidium from drinking water by water companies; £125m for damage to wildlife habitats, hedgerows and dry stone walls; £1,113m from emissions of gases likely to contribute to climate change; £106m from soil erosion and organic carbon losses; £169m from food poisoning; and £607m from cattle disease. Professor Pretty draws a simple but memorable conclusion from all this: our food bills are actually threefold. We are paying for our supposedly cheaper food in three separate ways: once over the counter, secondly through our taxes, which provide the enormous subsidies propping up modern intensive farming, and thirdly to clean up the mess that modern farming leaves behind.

F. So can the true cost of food be brought down? Breaking away from industrial agriculture as the solution to hunger may be very hard for some countries, but in Britain, where the immediate need to supply food is less urgent, and the costs and the damage of intensive farming have been clearly seen, it may be more feasible. The government needs to create sustainable, competitive and diverse farming and food sectors, which will contribute to a thriving and sustainable rural economy, and advance environmental, economic, health, and animal welfare goals.

G. But if industrial agriculture is to be replaced, what is a viable alternative? Professor Pretty feels that organic farming would be too big a jump in thinking and in practice for many farmers. Furthermore, the price premium would put the product out of reach of many poorer consumers. He is recommending the immediate introduction of a ‘Greener Food Standard’, which would push the market towards more sustainable environmental practices than the current norm, while not requiring the full commitment to organic production. Such a standard would comprise agreed practices for different kinds of farming, covering agrochemical use, soil health, land management, water and energy use, food safety and animal health. It could go a long way, he says, to shifting consumers as well as farmers towards a more sustainable system of agriculture.

(Adapted from IELTS 7)

Questions 41-44: This passage has seven paragraphs, A-G. Which paragraph contains the following information? Write the correct letter, A-G, in boxes 41-44 on your answer sheet. NB You may use any letter more than once.

41. a cost involved in purifying domestic water

42. the stages in the development of the farming industry

43. the term used to describe hidden costs

44. one effect of chemicals on water sources

Questions 45-48 Do the following statements agree with the claims of the writer in Reading Passage 2? In boxes 45-48 on your answer sheet, write

YES         if the statement agrees with the claims of the writer

NO          if the statement contradicts the claims of the writer

NOT GIVEN         if it is impossible to say what the writer thinks about this

45. Several species of wildlife in the British countryside are declining.

46. The taste of food has deteriorated in recent years.

47. The financial costs of environmental damage are widely recognised.

48. One of the costs calculated by Professor Pretty was illness caused by food.

Part 2: Read and Match (0.625 pt)

The people below all want to go to a skiing holiday centre. On the opposite page there are descriptions of eight skiing holiday centres. Decide which skiing holiday centre would be the most suitable for the following people. For questions 49-53, mark the correct letter (A-H) on your answer sheet.


49.   Tomoko hasn’t skied before and wants inexpensive lessons from a teacher who speaks Japanese and English. She’d like to stay somewhere where she doesn’t have to cook for herself.

50.   Alex and Helen are going skiing for the second time and would like a centre with easy skiing and interesting places to visit. They want to fly there and rent skis cheaply on arrival.

51.   Matt and Martin are looking for some exciting skiing. They don’t want to be with beginners or worry that there might not be enough snow. They like eating out in the evenings.

52.   Isabel and her 14-year-old son, Juan, are expert skiers but her husband is a beginner. Juan would like to try other winter sports like snowboarding. They’ll travel to the holiday centre by train.

53.   Chris and his wife Jo are not keen skiers. They want to be able to relax in the sun and admire the beautiful scenery while their sons of 10 and 12 have skiing lessons.


A. Windy Pine

The ski and snowboard runs here are high in the mountains so you can be sure of lots of good snow, but they are extremely challenging and only for the expert. Skiers can relax after dark in a number of small bars and restaurants. The airport is a two-hour bus ride away.

B. Mount Brock

This centre is family-friendly with lots of sporting activities for children, but there isn’t much to interest advanced skiers. Although there’s seldom a lack of snow on Mount Brock, it can be cloudy so that the scenery is hidden. Access is by road.

C. Ice Mountain

Come to this beautiful spot if you’re new to the sport. Try out easy ski runs under the instruction of qualified teachers - their services are reasonably priced and many speak several languages including English. Classes are for adults only. Guesthouses provide accommodation with breakfast and evening meals. The centre is reached by train.

D. Eagle’s Nest

There’s skiing in this area for skiers of all abilities, with special classes for children, but snowboarders aren’t welcome. Accommodation is in comfortable holiday apartments with balconies, where non-skiers can enjoy the fine weather surrounded by wonderful mountain views. There’s a good bus service from the centre to the nearest train station.

E. Bear Point

This centre is a favourite with skilful young skiers who have limited money. Accommodation is reasonably priced and there’s a variety of evening entertainment. However, it’s hard to find a good instructor and you can’t be certain of the snowfall. Cheap flights go to the local airport.

F. Rose Valley

This area has much to offer, both to skiers with little or no experience and to those wanting challenging and exciting skiing. Ski instructors speak French and German. Some slopes are reserved for snowboarders. There’s lively nightlife but the weather can be unreliable. Access to the area is by rail.

G. Mount David

There’s good open skiing here, without too many twists and turns, making it suitable for intermediate skiers. Equipment hire is expensive. Accommodation is of a high standard and there are excellent restaurants, but prices are high. The airport isn’t far away.

H. Fairview

This historic mountain town has much for visitors to see. The slopes don’t attract expert skiers, but are suitable for those wishing to improve their basic skills. English-speaking instructors charge a lot, but hiring equipment is very reasonable. This centre isn’t recommended for children. The airport is nearby.

Part 3: Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best option for cach of the blanks. (0.875 pt)


The Thames Barrier is a (54) __________ part of the flood defence scheme for protecting London (55) __________ rising water levels. The defenses also include raised river embankments and additional flood gates at strategic points, including the Barking Barrier. The unique structure that is the Barrier spans the 520-metre wide Woolwich reach and consists of 10 separate movable gates, each pivoting and supported between concrete structures which house the operating machinery. 

When raised, the four main gates (56) __________stands as high as a five-storey building and as wide as the opening of Tower Bridge. Each (57) __________ 3700 tonnes. During the first twelve years of (58) __________, the Barrier has been closed twenty nine times to protect London.

(59) __________ the Barrier from the comfortable cafeteria, picnic on the riverside embankment, enjoy beautiful views from the riverside walk, visit the shop which stocks a large selection of souvenirs, books and Barrier information. There is a children’s play area suitable for 4-to 12-year-olds, located adjacent to the riverside walk. A visit to the spectacular Thames Barrier is a (60) __________ experience.

(Adapted from Successful FCE by Cambridge University Press)

54.   A. major    B. frequent C. similar  D. various

55.   A. against  B. for      C. between  D. with

56.   A. which    B. every    C. Ø  D. each

57.   A. measures B. costs    C. calculates     D. weighs

58.   A. operation      B. surgery  C. vocation D. profession

59.   A. Sight    B. View     C. Hear     D. Explore

60.   A. forgettable    B. memorable      C. neglectful     D. memorised

SECTION 4: WRITING (2.5 points)

Part 1. For questions 61-66, rewrite the sentences using the words in bold type. Do not change the forms of these words. Use between THREE and FIVE words. Do not change the meaning of the original sentence. (0.75 pt)

61. They are proud of their achievements. (TAKE)

They _____________________________________________________________________ their achievements.

62. Please excuse Jane’s poor typing; she’s only been learning for a month. (ALLOWANCE)

Please _______________________________________ Jane’s poor typing; she’s only been learning for a month.

63. You didn’t think carefully enough before you decided. (OUGHT)

You ________________________________________________________ carefully enough before you decided.

64. Alison bought the big house because she wanted to open a hotel. (VIEW)

Alison bought a big house ______________________________________________________________ a hotel.

65. People often think that Peter is his twin brother. (MIX)

People often __________________________________________________________________ his twin brother.

66. I never forget to consider her ideas before making the final decision. (ACCOUNT)  I never forget to __________________________________________________ before making the final decision.

Part 2. For questions 67-72, write the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. (0.75 pt)

67. The fifth time Lan asked Diep to marry him, she accepted.

Only on Lan’s _____________________________________________________________________________.

68. It is extremely difficult for workers and farmers to make ends meet these days.

Workers and farmers find ____________________________________________________________________.

69. We would prefer you to behave in a polite way.

We would rather ___________________________________________________________________________.

70. Although it rained torrentially all day, we enjoyed the voyage.

Torrentially _______________________________________________________________________________.

71. I am not friendly with him, in fact, I hardly even know him.

Far from _________________________________________________________________________________.

72. He doesn’t think very highly of politicians.

He’s got __________________________________________________________________________________.

Part 3. Write a paragraph of about 130-150 words to introduce some prominent features of Ninh Thuan province and its people to tourists. (1.0 pt)

DO NOT mention your name, your teachers’ name, your school’s name or your hometown’s name in your writing.

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