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Môn thi: Tiếng Anh (Lớp 10 chuyên - HS2) Ngày thi: 10/6/2022 

Thời gian: 150 phút (Không kể thời gian phát đề) 


Lưu ý: Thi sinh làm bài trên Tờ giấy thi, KHÔNG làm bài trên Đề thi này 

Questions 1-2. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the other three in each of the following questions. (2 ms) 

1. A. sought 

2. A. reservoir 

B. drought B. domestic 

C. bought C. optimist 

D. fought 

D. nursery 

Questions 3-4. Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions. (2 ms) 

3. A. advocate 

4. A. comparable 

B. disallow 

B. benevolent 

C. interrupt 

C. devastating 

D. overcome 

D. charitable 

Questions 5 -37. Choose the correct answer to each of the following questions. (33 ms) 

5. I'd rather you 

A. hadn't done 

anything about the garden until the weather improves. 

6. They have arranged special insurance to cover medical 

A. numbers 

7. I really object 

A. on 

B. expenses being charged for parking. 

B. wouldn't have done C. won't do 

C. money 

C. to 

C. confiding 

B. for 

B. confidence 

D. didn't do in the event of an accident. 

8. Now, don't tell anyone else what I've just told you. Remember, it is 

A. confident 9. Most people had moved to safe areas when the storm broke. Only 

B. little 

A. a little 10. It will be more effective if we all 

change his training techniques. 

A. speak out against 

C. tell the difference 

11. Phone me before ten; 

A. unless 

D. amounts 

D. against 

D. confidential 

minor injuries were reported. 

D. a few 

C. few and present a united front when we ask the coach to 

B. speak with one voice 

D. lower our voice 

I'll be too busy to talk to you. 

B. whether 

C. if 

12. The bank is reported in the local newspaper 

A. to be robbed 

C. to have been robbed 

13. He 

D. otherwise 

in broad daylight yesterday. B. having been robbed 

D. robbed 

have watered the plants. If he had, they wouldn't have died. 

B. needn't 

A. shouldn't 14. The brochure says that the hotel has a great 

C. wouldn't 

D. can't 

of the sea. 

A. appearance 15. The harder you try, 

A. better results 

B. look 

C. sight 

D. view 

you will get. B. the better results 

D. the best results 

A. write down 

B. move down 

C. pull down recommended that he 

D. take down 

16. The webmaster will decide whether to 

17. Carl was injured last week, and the doctor 


A. can't play 

B. not play 

C. more better results the web page or make the required changes. 

C. won't play 

in the next match. D. might not play 

saying was so important that I asked everyone to stop talking and listen. 

A. What the woman was 

C. The woman was 

B. That was the woman 

D. How was the woman 

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Questions 41-50. Read the following passage and choose the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (10 ms) 


Most of what we do in our daily lives follows procedures that come from the past. They are habits and customs (41) throughout the centuries, and they have a profound relation to the unchanging natural order of things. When people or institutions (42) a custom, it is because its efficiency had already been tested and approved for generations as the best way to act. (43) people and institutions have a large stock of these wise customs and a natural tendency to continue them. They confer stability. Things become fixed in tradition because they work well that way: they aren't seen as a straitjacket, limiting movement. One may adjust the custom, but only to improve it, not destroy it. Of course, if one was to call every practice "tradition" and refuse to change anything for its (44) society wouldn't move forwards at all. Shared by Angels of Otto Channel 

Some object that tradition produces (45) 

because nothing changes. This is a rash judgment. 

Traditions don't become mouldy; they constitute an inheritance of wise practices and customs that prevent us from having to waste time figuring out (46) our ancestors have already figured out - where's the point in trying to reinvent the wheel? It is constantly starting again that produces sluggishness. Leave (47) 

enough alone. When one accepts established solutions for problems, one is free to accomplish creative additions in other unexplored fields. This is the way societies progress and rise (48) higher level of civilisation. To constantly change everything is to condemn society to instability, perpetually remaining at the same level of civilisation, or even (49). into decay. Important traditions which are held sacred don't interfere with progress: they give us a (50) of belonging! When we belong, we care enough to think about how we can improve our own lives and the lives of those around us. 

41. A. posed 

B. caused 

42. A. break 

B. adopt 

C. created C. win 

D. raised 

D. gain 

43. A. Therefore 

B. However 

C. By contrast 

D. Even if 

44. A. right 

B. sake 

C. role 

45. A. stagnation 

B. difference 

C. revolution 

46. A. when 

B. why 

47. A. any 

48. A. off 

B. some 

B. to 

49. A. dropping 

50. A. sense 

B. moving 

C. what 

C. just 

C. on 

C. falling 

D. self 

D. improvement 

D. where 

D. well 

B. mind 

C. brain 

D. with 

D. holding 

D. head 

Question 51 - 57. Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions. (7 ms) 


To paint a clearer picture, we should first familiarize ourselves with the different parts of the brain. Did you know, for instance, that our brains are made up of around 100 billion nerve cells called neurons? And stemming from these neurons are several branch-like structures for sending and receiving electrical signals? Every time we do or think anything, a signal is transmitted. The signal travels down a long structure called axon and, at the end it passes across tiny gaps called synapses to the dendrites of another neuron, which receive the signal. In this way, messages are sent across our neural network. 

Our brain structure changes dramatically as we grow up. Newborn babies have almost all their neurons but few connections between them, which is why they can't do very much. After a few months however, the number of connections explodes, which in turn helps tiny tots master a whole range of new skills such as walking and talking. Despite earlier myths that, most brain development is completed in the first few years, we know that our brains continue to develop throughout our lives and perhaps the most dramatic time of change and development is during puberty. 

During this period of reorganization, the brain witnesses a sudden increase in neurons not dissimilar to a plant growing uncontrollably in spring. Just as we prune a plant to make it stronger and healthier, we prune our brains. The connections that are used become stronger, whereas those which aren't used wither 

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19. Everyone knows about pollution problems, but not many people have 

A. come up with 20. Unlike most birds, 

B. thought over 

C. got round to 

A. the heads and necks of vultures lack feathers B. feathers are not found on the heads and necks of vultures C. there are no feathers on vultures' heads and necks D. vultures do not have feathers on their heads and necks 21. Even if you are rich, you should save some money for a 

A. windy 

B. foggy 

C. rainy 



the ringing phone when it went dead. A. Hardly I reached 

C. Just as I reached 

any solutions. 

D. looked out 

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D. snowy 

B. I had no sooner reached 

D. Scarcely had I reached 

he agreed to help his wife with the household chores. 

A. So tired did he feel 

C. No matter how tired he felt 

24. Although we argued with him for a long time, he 

B. stood 

A. remained 25. We regret to inform you that the materials you ordered are 

A. out of work 

B. out of reach 26. It's often said that there's a 

A. long 

B. Such was his tiredness D. But for his tiredness 

his ground. 

C. kept 

D. persisted 

B. short 

C. out of stock line between genius and madness. 

C. fine 

D. out of practice 

D. thick 

D. ingredients 

27. Before you start cooking, you should gather together all the necessary 

A. factors 

28. I am writing. 

A. by all means of 

C. elements 

your advertisement for interns, which is currently posted on your website. 

29. The interviewer asked 

A. of which most 30. Shelley disagreed with 

A. retired 

B. substances 

B. with regard to C. in place of me a lot of professional questions, B. most of which C. most of that the board's decision so she 

B. sacked 

D. in honor of I couldn't answer. 

C. fired 

31. When his alarm went off, he shut it off and slept for 

A. other 

B. others 32. Meet Gabriel, she's a 

A. British cute white tiny C. cute white tiny British 

D. most of them and went to work for another company. 

D. resigned 

15 minutes. 

D. another 

C. the others cat that we adopted a month ago. 

33. The mother was afraid to let the boy 

A. risk to cross 

34. I disapprove 

A. with 

B. risk crossing 

B. cute tiny white British 

D. tiny cute white British 

the street alone. 

C. to risk crossing 

people whispering to each other in a meeting. 

B. of 

C. at 

35. In football, a penalty shot is awarded when a major foul is 

A. prevented 

36. He retired early 

A. on behalf of 

D. to risk to cross 

D. on 

inside the 16.5-meter line. 

D. contacted 

B. presented 

C. committed 

his ill health. 

B. in front of 

C. on account of easily at this time of the year. 

D. apart from 

B. break out 

C. set off 

D. trigger off 

37. Don't smoke in the forest. Fires 

A. catch up 

Questions 38 40. Choose the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following sentences. (3 ms) 

38. Once having provided with sufficient information, the freshmen will feel more confident to start 

the new course. 

A. having provided 

B. sufficient 

C. freshmen 

D. more confident creation and innovation. D. creation pollution in this city. 

39. The aim of the award in this competition is to encourage participants' 

A. aim 

B. this competition C. to encourage 40. It's high time the government take tougher measures to reduce the 

A. high 

B. take tougher 

C. to reduce 

D. in this 

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and die. So, the more frequently an action or thought is activated, the stronger the connections become between the neurons, which in turn strengthens the part of the brain being used. This explains why the more you do something, the better you become at it, reinforcing the old adage "practice makes perfect”. In fact, it would seem that the teenage brain provides optimum conditions for perfecting skills such as playing a musical instrument, speaking another language or learning a complex computer game. It could therefore be argued that teenagers determine the development of their own grey matter through the activities and experiences they engage in. 

It may also be unsurprising to many to learn that the last part of the adolescent brain to develop is the frontal cortex, responsible for self-control, problem solving and decision making. Consequently, long before teens become adept at rational, abstract thinking and logical decision making, they rely on the emotional centre of the brain to make choices and think. So perhaps unpredictable, volatile, risk-taking teenage behaviour, often put down to hormones, may actually have more to do with what's going on inside our brain. 

51. What do we learn about the structure of the brain? Shared by Angels of 

A. All neurons are activated when we think. 

B. The structure of a brain cell is compared to a tree. 

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C. The structure of a brain cell changes when a message is sent. 

D. Neurons come into contact with one another to allow a message to travel around the brain. 

52. What does the second paragraph tell us? 

A. Brain development is an ongoing process. 

B. Babies are born with the capacity to do anything. 

C. A reduction in connections between neurons helps babies learn how to speak. 

D. It is no longer believed that most changes in the brain occur before adulthood. 

53. What does the text tell us about brain reorganisation? 

A. It normally occurs in the spring. 

B. When we engage in an activity, we strengthen connections in the brain. 

C. As the number of neurons increases, the brain gets stronger. 

D. People who play a musical instrument have stronger brain connections than those who play sport. 

54. What does the writer imply in the third paragraph? 

A. All teens should play a musical instrument. 

B. It is just as difficult to speak another language as it is to play computer games. 

C. If we don't practise an activity in our teenage years, we won't be able to do it as an adult. 

D. Teens can influence their own brain development. 

55. During adolescence, 

A. all parts of the brain develop simultaneously 

B. we make emotional decisions because of our hormones 

C. we gradually improve our ability to think in abstract terms 

D. we are unable to carry out problem-solving tasks 

56. In the final paragraph, the word "volatile" is closest in meaning to 

A. unstable 

B. bad-tempered 

57. Overall, the writer thinks teenagers 

A. are misunderstood 

B. want to learn more about the changes in their brains 

C. are more intelligent than they used to be 

C. aggressive 

D. can benefit from understanding the changes that happen in their brains 

D. lunatic 

Questions 58 - 62. Read the text. Five sentences have been removed from the text. Choose from sentences A - F the one that best fits each gap. There is ONE extra sentence that you do not need. (5 ms) 


What is causing the decline of the world's giant forests? 

Big trees are incredibly important ecologically. For a start, they sustain countless other species (58) Their trunks and branches can become gardens, hung with green ferns, orchids and 

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bromeliads, coated with mosses and draped with vines. With their tall canopies basking in the sun, they capture vast amounts of energy. This allows them to produce crops of fruit, flowers and foliage that sustain much of the animal life in the forest. 

Only a small number of tree species have the genetic capacity to grow really big. The mightiest are native to North American, but big trees grow all over the globe, from the tropics to the boreal forests of the high latitudes. To achieve giant stature, a tree needs three things: the right place to establish its seedling, good growing conditions and lots of time with low adult mortality. (59) 


In some parts of the world, populations of big trees are dwindling because their seedlings cannot survive or grow. In southern India, for instance, an aggressive non-native shrub, Lantana camara, is invading the floor of many forests. Lantana grows so thickly that young trees often fail to take roof. With no young trees to replace them, it is only a matter of time before most of the big trees disappear. Across much of northern Australia, gamba grass from Africa is overturning native savannah woodlands. (60)_ creates super-hot fires that cause catastrophic tree mortality. Shared by Angels of Otto Channel (61)___________. There is some evidence to suggest tree growth could slow in a warmer world, particularly in environments that are already warm. Having worked for decades at La Selva Biological Station in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui, Costa Rica, David and Deborah Clark and colleagues have shown that tree growth there declines markedly in warmer years. "During the day, their photosynthesis shuts down when it gets too warm, and at night they consume more energy because their metabolic rate increases, much as a reptile's would when it gets warmer," explains David Clark. With less energy produced in warmer years and more being consumed just to survive, there is even less energy available for growth. 

The Clark's hypothesis is correct, which means tropical forests would shrink over time. (62) According to the Clarks, this might trigger a destabilization of the climate; as older trees die, forests would release some of their stored carbon into the atmosphere, prompting a vicious cycle of further warming, forest shrinkage and carbon emissions. 

A. The loss of big trees has had impacts on the wider environment 

B. The grass grows up to four meters tall and burns fiercely 

C. The largest, oldest trees would progressively die off and tend not to be replaced 

D. Without the right growing conditions, trees cannot get really big 

E. They provide shelter for many animals 

F. Disrupt any of these, and you can lose your biggest trees 

Questions 63-70. Use one of the words listed in the box to form a new word and fill in each blank. (8 ms) 



competitor present 

identify hoist 




The 31 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31), the region's biggest sporting event, (63) with a grand opening ceremony held at My Dinh National Stadium in Hanoi on May 12th evening. President Nguyen Xuan Phuc, National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue, and Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam were among the Vietnamese leaders (64) the ceremony. International guests include Speaker of the Singaporean Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin, ministers and heads of the sports delegations of the 11 participating countries, chief (65), of international organisations, 

and foreign ambassadors. 

The opening ceremony saw the presence of a large number of athletes and coaches from the 11 delegations who have been (66) in 40 sports since May 4th. The Vietnamese delegation comprises more than 1,300 members. The event began with the Vietnamese flag (67) ceremony, which was followed by special art performances by over 1,000 artists and athletes to introduce the Vietnamese culture and honour the cultural (68) of the countries in Southeast Asia, aiming to strengthen solidarity and friendship, promote the spirit of contribution, dedication and honesty, and (69) people's inner strength through sports competition. The ceremony looked to not only (70) 


of Vietnam but also express the country's readiness for integration and contribution "For a Stronger Southeast Asia" as the theme of the Games goes. 

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Questions 71-80. Read the following passage and think of a word that best fits each gap. Use ONLY ONE word in each gap. (10 ms) 

There is emerging evidence that some people who develop long Covid have similar symptoms to people with a condition known (71) postural tachycardia syndrome, or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS). This condition can cause dizziness when moving to an upright position and can be triggered by infections. The most common (72) are feeling lightheaded, palpitations (being aware 

of your heartbeat) and fatigue. 

Normally when can cause a fall in 

There have been several case reports in medical journals of people who had continuing symptoms following Covid-19 infection, and some were found to have POTS. POTS happens because your body's ways of avoiding a drop in blood pressure when you stand up aren't working (73) you sit up or stand up, gravity makes some of your blood flow downwards, (74) blood pressure. Your body (75) to prevent a fall in blood pressure by narrowing your blood vessels and slightly increasing your heart rate. But (76) you have POTS, these automatic changes don't happen. When you move to an upright position, the supply of blood to your heart and brain drops. and your heart starts (77) faster to compensate. 

While there is (78) 

cure for POTS, it can be managed by diet, exercise and medication, and the researchers say it is important to get an accurate diagnosis so patients can be treated and advised on how to manage their symptoms. 

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If this sounds (79) your symptoms after having Covid-19, you should (80). know to ensure you are correctly diagnosed and can receive effective treatment. 

your doctor 

Questions 8190. Complete the second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. DON'T CHANGE THE WORD GIVEN. Write between THREE and SIX words. (20 ms) 

81. Danny found it difficult to control his bicycle on the steep slope. (UNDER) → Danny found it difficult to......... 

......... on the steep slope. 

82. You should think about the price before you decide whether to buy it or not. (CONSIDERATION) → You should......... 

before you decide whether to buy it or not. 

83. Don't forget you are due to see the dentist at 10 o'clock. (APPOINTMENT) → Don't forget that............ 

84. That dress is a third of the cost of the pink one. (MUCH) 

→The pink dress is 

85. The two theories appear to be completely different. (COMMON) 

→The two theories seem..... 

86. Jake was the person who started my interest in collecting pottery. (GOT) 

It was............... 

..the dentist at 10 o'clock. 

...... that one. 

collecting pottery. 

87. I wish people wouldn't talk during a performance - it makes me really uptight! (NERVES) →It really .......... 

people talk during a performance. 

88. We didn't understand how challenging the programme would be. (DEMANDS) 


of the programme would be. 89. You have to use logic and lateral thinking in equal measure in this job. (STRIKE) → You have to 

..................... logic and lateral thinking in this job. 90. Being in prison seems to have changed Kevin's behaviour for the better. (LEAF) 

→ Kevin has.......... 

.since he got out of prison. 


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