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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO BÌNH PHƯỚC 

ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC 

(Đề thi gồm 08 trang) 

KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 NĂM 2022–2023 

Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên) 

Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút 

Ngày thi: 07/06/ 2022 

Chú ý: Thí sinh làm bài vào phiếu trả lời (có phát kèm theo đề) 

HƯỚNG DẪN PHẦN THI NGHE HIỂU 

– Trước khi bắt đầu phần nghe hiểu thi sinh có 20 giây để đọc đề. 

– Bài nghe gồm 3 phần, mỗi phần nghe 2 lần. 

(Bài nghe đã được biên tập hoàn chỉnh, thí sinh sẽ nghe 1 lượt từ đầu đến hết.) 

A. LISTENING (1.5 points-0.1p/each) 

Part 1. You will hear a conversation between a woman called Mrs. Adams, her son, Brian and 

a neighbour, Mr. James and choose the best option (A, B or C). (0.5 point – 0.1/ each). 

1. What does Mr. James want to speak about? 

A. a fight outside the bakery. 

B. an amusing event. 

2. How is Mr. James sure it was Brian he saw? 

A. He recognised Brian’s jacket. 

B. He recognised Brian’s orange hair. 

C. He saw Brian underneath a street light. 

3. Brian wants to leave his mother out of the argument because 

A. his mother is too tired to discuss the matter. 

B. he is ashamed of what he has done. 

C. he thinks he’s old enough to fight his own battles. 

C. an incident involving Brian. 

4. Which problem in the area do Mr. James and Mrs. Adams agree on? 

A. the pavements 

B. the streets 

5. What will the residents’association do? 

C. the dogs 

A. teach the neighbours gardening B. improve the appearance of the area C. paint the front doors Part 2. You are going to hear two students talking about a project. Listen and complete the notes below with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer. Write your answers in the numbered space on the answer sheet. (0.5 point – 0.1/ each). 

Part 1: Planning for lightning 

Lightning Safety: Presentation Plan 

Important to be prepared 

Go inside before it (6) 

Part 2: If inside 

Stay away from water, doors, windows and telephones Turn off (7) 

Part 3: If outside 

Avoid trees, open spaces, and metal objects 

If the lightning comes near you, (8) 

Part 4: If someone gets hit 

Get help from a (9) Call an ambulance Don’t worry: (10) 

and cover your ears 

of lightning victims survive 

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Part 3. Listen to the speaker talking about a book called The Filter Bubble and choose 

(A)TRUE or (B) FALSE. (0.5 point – 0.1/each). 

11. Everyone sees the same adverts when they are online. 

A. True 

B. False 

12. According to the speaker, websites and apps monitor the way we use them. 

A. True 

B. False 

13. The speaker of this talk wrote a book called “The Filter Bubble”. 

A. True 

B. False 

14. The speaker clicks more frequently on friends with the same ideas. 

A. True 

B. False 

15. A website can decide which information you want to see. 

A. True 

B. False 

B. LANGUAGE (4.5 points) 

I. TRÁC NGHIỆM (3,0 điểm) 

PART 1: PHONETICS (0.4 point -0.1/ each) 

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Task 1: Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions. 

16. A. oppose 

17. A. comment 

B. release 

B. percent 

C. purchase 

C. weekend 

D. commence 

D. ailment 

Task 2: Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose main stress pattern is different from that of the rest 

in each of the following questions. 

18. A. suffice 

19. A. respiratory 

B. product 

B. managerial 

C. nuclear C. psychological 

D. province 

D. interpersonal 

PART 2: LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS (0.4 point – 0.1/each) Choose the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. 

20. Joe and Phebie are friends. 

– Joe: “How are you today?” – Phebie: 

A. I feel like a million stars 

C. I can feel it in my bone 

” 

B. I feel your cars burning 

D. I feel like a million dollars 

21. Zac Efron: “Hello! Could I speak to Taylor Swift?” – Taylor Swift: ” 

A. Excuse me? Who on earth are you? 

B. Sure, I’m Taylor Swift. 

C. Sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. 

D. Hi. This is Taylor Swift speaking. 

22. “Are there any cookies left?” – “No,. 

A. whatsoever they are 

B. quite a few 

C. whatever there 

D. none whatsoever 

23. Mary and her friend, Ensoleill, are in a coffee shop. Mary: “Would you like Matcha ice-cream 

or Caramen with jam?” Ensoleill: ” 

A. I like eating them all. 

C. It doesn’t matter. 

B. Yes, I’d love two. 

D. Neither is fine. They are good. 

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choose 

that 

est 

PART 3: SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS (0.4 point – 0.1/each) 

Task 1: Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following sentences. 

24. I’m taking a crash course in Korean so that I can study in Seoul in 6 months. 

A. hitting and running B. long and effortless 

C. short and strenuous 

D. fun and relaxing 

25. The smell of durians might deter people, but in actual fact the taste is heavenly. 

A. attract 

B. discourage 

C. invite 

D. persuade Task 2: Choose the word or phrase (A,B,C or D) that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following sentences. 

26. The minister came under fire for his rash decision to close the factory. 

A. was dismissed 

B. was acclaimed 

C. was criticized D. was penalized 

27. If any employee knowingly breaks the terms of this contract, he will be dismissed immediately. 

A. coincidentally B. deliberately 

C. instinctively D. accidentally 

PART 4: LEXICO – GRAMMAR (1.8 points-0.1/each) 

Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best completes each of the following sentences. 

Manh Dung shot and scored a spectacular goal at the last minute of the second half. 

28. 

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A. Just as the midfielder passed the ball to the striker and B. The midfielder hardly had passed the ball to the striker when C. Scarcely had the midfielder passed the ball to the striker before D. No sooner the midfielder had passed the ball to the striker than 29. Jack may have stayed up late last night, but our teacher would sooner he 

A. is not sleeping 30. Let him have his say before you can judge, 

A. shall we 

31. Although 

32. 

A. convoluted 

B. doesn’t sleep 

B. will you 

C. not sleep 

C. may he 

at first, his explanation was finally clearer. 

B. convoluting 

he_______ in our class now. 

D. didn’t sleep 

D. don’t you 

C. being convoluting D. having convoluted 

a bear approaching you, what would you do? A. Did you notice. B. If you had noticed C. Were you noticed D. Were you to notice. 33. If he fails, it won’t be through of effort because he has certainly tried hard. 

B. absence 

A. shortage 34. When the factory closed, over a hundred people were 

B. given 

C. lack 

D. insufficiency 

redundant. 

C. made 

D. done 

A. taken 35. She told a joke which Josh and Silver couldn’t help laughing at, but it didn’t make 

B. sense 

A. laugh 36. The existence of many stars in the sky leads us 

C. meaning 

A. to suspecting that there may be life on another planet 

B. to suspect that there might be life elsewhere in the universe 

C. to that there might suspect to be life elsewhere in the universe 

D. suspecting that there may be life on another planet 37. Mr.Tuan is certainly a 

A. prolific 

D. reason 

writer; he has written quite a few books this year. 

D. successful 

B. fruitful 

C. fertile 

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to me. 

38. Everyone 

A. present 

39. 

voted to go on strike. 

B. have 

D. current 

with the size of the whole earth, the highest mountains do not seem high at all. 

A. Compare them 

C. actual 

B. If you compare 

C. When compared 

D. A comparison 

40. I much preferred it when we 

to Wales every summer on holiday. 

A. got used to go 

B. were used to going 

C. had gone 

D. have been going 

41. High-level sport people must maintain a high level of fitness 

injuries that cause permanent damage. 

A. or else 

B. besides 

C. unless 

42. My cousin was nervous about being interviewed on television, but he 

wonderfully. 

A. raised 

B. rose 

C. fell 

run the risk of suffering 

D. on account of 

to the occasion 

D. faced 

43. The press thought the sale manager would be depressed by his dismissal but he just 

A. turned it down 

44. Many students prefer 

A. continuing 

B. continued 

B. called it off 

C. spoke it out assessment as an alternative to exams 

C. continual 

D. laughed it off 

D. continuous 

her! 

45. You and your big mouth! It was supposed to be a secret. You 

A. shouldn’t have told B. mightn’t have told 

II. TỰ LUẬN (1,5 điểm) 

PART 1: WORD FORM (0.5 point – 0.05/each) 

C. mustn’t have told D. couldn’t have told 

Give the correct form of the words in brackets to complete the following sentences. 46. The first three runners to complete the race were Siva, Tom and Peter 

47. All parents are encouraged to have their children 

RESPECT 

against the pandemic VACCINE 

of Covid-19. 

48. The service in the restaurant was so 

meal. 

that I refused to pay for my 

STANDARD 

49. The results of the medical tests showed that the patient had several 

of the brain that required urgent treatment. 

NORMAL 

50. Elon Musks has pledged to conditionally support the needs of 

in Africa. 

children PRIVILEGE 

51. His desire to learn new things is 

as a lifelong learner. 

52. Ancestor worship during Tet is a(n) 

53. There was such a lot of 

on the internet that we need to be selective. INFORM 

54. Khoa is a fun boy and this morning, he did an amazing job of 

English teacher in class. 

55. After its launch in 2010, Instagram rapidly gained in 

million registered users in two months. 

our 

PERSON 

with one 

POPULAR 

unstoppable and he is considered 

SEEM 

part in Viet Nam. 

DISPENSABLE 

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PART 2: ERROR CORRECTION (0.5 point -0.1/ each) 

There are 5 errors in the following passage. Identify the errors, write the line number and correct the ERRORS. Number (00.) is done as an example. 

Line 

10 

11 

12 

Line 

In US, industries that generate hazardous wastes want to dispose of them as cheap as possible. Private companies hiring to dispose of this waste compete with each other to offer the lowest prices to these industries. The government does not get involved, beyond setting minimum safety standards. Unfortunately, the goal of companies that generate and dispose of waste is to save money, not to guarantee safety. These companies usually send waste to landfills so this is cheaper than recycling or incineration. Disposal firms who want to increase their business must cut corners to lower costs and gain customers. At the same time, relatively little is done to reduce the number of waste generated, because disposal costs remain relatively modest. Things are different in Denmark. There the government participates in the waste disposal process beginning in the front end. Together with industry, the government formed a corporation to establish and operate waste disposal facilities. 

Error 

Line: 1 

00. US 

Line: …… 

56. 

Line: 

57. 

Line:….. 

58. 

Line: 

59. 

Line: …… 60. 

Correction 

→the US 

→>> 

→ 

→ 

→ 

PART 3: PREPOSITIONS AND PHRASAL VERBS (0.5 point – 0.05/each) 

Supply each space with a suitable preposition or adverbial particle to complete each of the following sentences. 

61. The printer is still under guarantee, so I am going to take it 62. Many diners had talked 

eating there once. 

to the FPT shop. 

the foods in that restaurant, but I found it quite disappointing 

63. Although many teenagers want to be independent 

their own living. 

64. Mark’s success is believed to be attributed 

their parents, they cannot work for 

his work ethic and attitude. it yet. 

65. She’s leaving without a word and I can’t get my head 66. The company is 

stake unless they can do away with the unpopular policy. 67. Why does she object to his staying here? Is she prejudiced 

him personally? 68. You’d better not drink that milk, Joe. It’s gone 

69. I was 

70. Shall we go 

the impression that you liked Indian food. 

your car or mine? 

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C. READING (2.0 points) 

Task 1: Guided Cloze Test (0.6 point – 0.1/each) 

Read the following passage and write the letter A, B, C or D in the numbered space on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks below. Of the more than 4,000 species of mammals that have inhabited our earth (71) 

the past 

it is possible that we 

10,000 years, the horse’s one of fewer than a dozen which have been successfully domesticated 

Domestication does not imply a matter of human intention. If it (72) 

would now be sitting in our fireside chairs with a hyena curled at our feet. Much of what we (73) 

In 

for granted as useful in the modern horse – speed, size and 

response to a changing diet. As the Ice Age advanced and forests died away, to be replaced by intelligence, for example – can be explained through the evolutionary changes it has (74) 

to change their diets from leaves to 

windswept savannah, many herbivores were (75) grass. The little leaf-browsing predecessor of our modern horse – the ur-horse – began to change and adapt to a new ecological niche on the plains. The head grew longer, with the eye positioned at some distance from the mouth, so that in exposed spaces it could keep a careful (76) 

for predators 

while it grazed. A larger brain began to develop, probably because, as a grazer, it needed tactile sensitivity in its lips to choose its food. 

71. A. since 

72. A. is 

73. A. assume 74. A. undergone 75. A. compulsory 76. A. outlook 

B. over 

B. has been 

B. think 

B. subjected 

B. compulsive B. lookout 

C. with 

C. were 

C. make 

C. foregone 

C. compelled C. observation 

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Task 2: Open Cloze Test (0.6 point – 0.1/ each) 

D. above D. may be 

D. take 

D. committed 

D. compelling 

D. attentiveness 

greater 

Read the following passage, and fill each of the following numbered blank with ONE suitable word. Write your answer in the numbered blank on the answer sheet. 

One of the three basic processes that cause a change in oceanic salinity is the subtraction of water from the ocean (77) 

means of evaporation – conversion of liquid water to water vapor. In this manner, the salinity is increased, since the salts stay behind. If this is carried to the extreme, of course, white crystals of salt would be left behind. 

The (78) 

of evaporation is precipitation, such as rain, by which water is added to the ocean. Here the ocean is being diluted so that the salinity is decreased. This may occur in areas of high rainfall or in coastal regions where rivers flow into the ocean. Thus salinity may be increased by the subtraction of water by evaporation, or decreased by the (79) 

of fresh water by precipitation 

or runoff. 

Normally, in tropical regions where the sun is very strong, the ocean salinity is somewhat higher than it is in other parts of the world where there is not (80) 

coastal regions where rivers dilute the sea, salinity is somewhat lower than in (81). 

much evaporation. Similarly, in 

areas. 

oceanic 

A third process by which salinity may be altered is associated with the formation and melting of sea ice. When seawater is frozen, the dissolved materials are left behind. In this manner, seawater directly beneath freshly formed sea ice has a higher salinity than it did before the ice appeared. Of 

it will tend to decrease the salinity of the surrounding water. 

course, when this ice (82) 

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past 

ted. 

we 

nd 

in 

by 

to 

Task 3: Reading Comprehension (0.8 point – 0.1/ each) 

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 

Cambridge University is considering axing compulsory written exams, allowing students to use laptops or iPads instead, after tutors complained that students’ handwriting is becoming illegible. Academics say the move, which would bring an end to over 800 years of tradition, has come about because students rely too heavily on laptops in lectures, and are losing the ability to write by hand. Dr. Sarah Pearsall, a senior lecturer at Cambridge University, said handwriting is becoming a “lost art” among the current generation of students. She added, “It’s increasingly hard for our examiners to read students’ scripts. Those with illegible writing are forced to come back to their college during the summer holidays to read their answers aloud in the presence of two university administrators. It’s extraordinarily commendable that the University is considering reforms to its examination practices.” Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham, said it is inevitable that universities will move to computers as handwriting deteriorates in the coming years. “We have to accept the reality. Handwriting has now become an optional, not a necessary, part of education. There simply isn’t the same time in the curriculum for learning elegant, beautiful handwriting. Life is so quick now. Everybody writes as if they were a doctor writing a prescription,” he said. “Handwriting is not necessary for great thought, great English, or great intelligence. Some of our finest wordsmiths today write using laptops, and we have to fight to preserve what is really important, such as the use of great English or great sentence structures.” 

Others, however, were not very positive about the move. Tracey Trussell, a handwriting expert, urged Cambridge to ensure that students continue to write by hand. She said, “It’s vital that people continue to write by hand. Writing by hand improves memory and equates to a higher rate of comprehension and information retention.” There is also concern that schools could follow Cambridge’s example by moving away from handwriting. Dr. Jane Medwell, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham, is concerned that scrapping handwritten exams in universities could prompt “downward curriculum pressure” on primary and secondary schools to follow suit. Shared by Angels of Otto 

(Adapted from http://www.telegraph.co.uk) 83. Which of the following best serves as the title for the passage? 

Channel 

A. Cambridge University in an Attempt to Improve Students’ Handwriting B. Cambridge University Pondering Changes to its Exam Practices 

C. Cambridge University Attacked again for Abolishing Written Exams 

D. Cambridge University to Replace Written with Oral Exams 

84. According to paragraph 1, Cambridge University has a long-standing tradition of 

A. offering academic tutorials 

C. relying heavily on technology 

85. The word “Those” in paragraph 2 refers to 

A. examiners 

B. students 

B. organising handwritten exams 

D. training students in legible handwriting 

C. scripts 

D. administrators 

B. becomes more important D. gets worse and worse 

86. The word “deteriorates” in paragraph 3 mostly means 

A. remains unchanged 

C. improves gradually 

87. It can be inferred from what Sir Anthony Seldon said in paragraph 3 that 

A. schools in the country used to have more time for handwriting practice B. schools in the country have failed to preserve the beauty of English 

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C. people’s handwriting generally reflects their intelligence and linguistic competence D. the majority of doctors these days no longer write prescriptions by hand 

88. The word “scrapping” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to 

A. reconsidering 

B. eliminating 

89. As mentioned in paragraph 4, writing by hand can 

C. introducing 

D. discouraging 

A. enhance the ability to remember information B. guarantee desirable academic performance C. facilitate the process of information exchange D. relieve students of unnecessary pressure 90. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? 

A. Cambridge University’s move away from handwriting has already set an unprecedented example for other schools to follow. 

B. Sarah Pearsall acknowledged handwriting as an art form to be preserved among the current generation of students at Cambridge University. 

C. Sir Anthony Seldon claimed that learning to use great English was more important than learning to write by hand beautifully. 

D. Most of the tutors at Cambridge are skeptical of the university’s decision regarding 

handwritten exams. 

D. WRITING (2.0 points) 

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Task 1: SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (1.0 point -0.2/ each) 

Rewrite the following sentences in such a way that their meanings remain unchanged. 

91. The noise next door did not stop until after midnight. 

→It was 

92. You should have known how to ride a bike by now. 

It’s high 

Rewrite each of the following sentences so that it means exactly the same as the given one. Use the given words in the parentheses and do not change their forms. 

93. Son Tung’s new MV release was so controversial that it was banned in Viet Nam. (CAUSED) 

→ Such was 

94. You should take advantage of all the sports facilities while you’re at university. (MOST) 

→I recommend 

95. You’d better not tell him anything because he may reveal it. (BEANS) 

→ You ought 

Task 2: PARAGRAPH WRITING (1.0 point) 

Many people think that summer vacation is the time for students to have a break; others claim that it is the chance for students to review lessons and do homework. Which opinion are you in favour of? Why? 

Write a paragraph (of about 120-150 words) to state your view and the reasons for your choice. (Note: You are not allowed to include any personal information such as your name, your school’s name, your address … in your writing.) 

(Cán bộ coi thi không giải thích gì thêm) Họ và tên thí sinh: 

HÉT= 

Số báo danh: 

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO 

BÌNH PHƯỚC 

ĐÁP ÁN CHÍNH THỨC 

(Đáp án gồm 02 trang) 

KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 NĂM 2022-2023 

Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH (chuyên) 

Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút 

Ngày thi: 07/06/ 2022 

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A. NGHE HIỂU (1,5 điểm-0,1/ câu Channel 

2.A 

1.C 

6. rains 

7. (any) electrical equipment 

11. B 

12. A 

3.C 

4.C 

5.B 

8. crouch down 

9. first aider 

10.80% / eighty percent 

13. B 

14. A 

15. A 

B. KIẾN THỨC NGÔN NGỮ (4.5 điểm) 

I. TRẮC NGHIỆM (3,0 điểm-0,1/ câu) 

16.A 

17.D 

18.A 

19.A 

20.D 

21.D 

22.D 

23.C 

24.C 

25.B 

26.B 

27.D 

28.C 

29.D 

30.B 

31.A 

32.D 

33.C 

34.C 

35.B 

36.B 

37.A 

38.A 

39.C 

40.B 

41.A 

42.B 

43.D 

44.D 

45. A 

II. TỰ LUẬN (1,5 điểm) 

PART 1: WORD FORM (0.5 điểm – 0.05/ câu) 

46. respectively 47. vaccinated 

51. seemingly 

48. substandard 

49. abnormalities 50. underprivileged 

52. indispensable 53. misinformation 54. impersonating 55. popularity 

PART 2: ERROR CORRECTION (0.5 điểm – 0.05/ câu) 

Lưu ý: Thí sinh xác định được lỗi: 0.05 điểm/ câu; sửa đúng lỗi: 0.05 điểm/ câu 

Line 

10 

11 

12 

In US, industries that generate hazardous wastes want to dispose of them as cheap as possible. Private companies hiring to dispose of this waste compete with each other to offer the lowest prices to these industries. The government does not get involved, beyond setting minimum safety standards. Unfortunately, the goal of companies that generate and dispose of waste is to save money, not to guarantee safety. These companies usually send waste to landfills so this is cheaper than recycling or incineration. Disposal firms who want to increase their business must cut corners to lower costs and gain customers. At the same time, relatively little is done to reduce the number of waste generated, because disposal costs remain relatively modest. Things are different in Denmark. There the government participates in the waste disposal process beginning in the front end. Together with industry, the government formed a corporation to establish and operate waste disposal facilities. 

Line 

Line: 1 

Line: 1 

Error 00. US 

56. cheap 

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Correction 

the US cheaply 

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Line 2 

57. hiring 

hired 

Line 6 

58. so 

because 

Line 9 

59. number 

amount/volume 

Line 11 60. in 

at 

PART 3: PREPOSITIONS AND PHRASAL VERBS (0.5 điểm – 0.05/ câu) 

61. back 

62. up 

63. of 

64. to 

65. around/round 

66. at 

67. against 

68. off 

69. under 

70. in 

C. ĐỌC HIỂU(2 điểm- 0.1/ câu) 

71. B 

72. C 

73. D 

74. A 

75. C 

76. B 

77. by 

78. opposite 

79. addition 

80. as/so 

81. other 

82. melts 

83.B 

84.B 

86.D 

87.A 

88.B 

90.C 

89.A 

D. VIỆT (2.0 điểm) 

85.B 

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Task 1: SENTENCE TRANSFORMAFON (1.0 điểm – 0.2/ câu) 

91. It was not until after midnight that the noise next door stopped. 

92. It’s high time you could/were able to ride a bike. /It’s high time for you to know how to ride a bike./It’s high time you knew how to ride a bike. 

93. Such was the controversy caused by Son Tung’s new MV release that it was banned in Viet 

Nam. 

94. I recommend you make the most (out) of all the sports facilities while you’re at university. 95. You ought not to tell him anything because he may spill the beans. 

Lưu ý: Nếu thí sinh viết cách khác mà đúng yêu cầu đề thi thì vẫn cho điểm tối đa. Các phương án khác, Tổ chấm thảo luận, thống nhất trước khi áp dụng chấm chung. 

Task 2: PARAGRAPH WRITING (1 pt) 

1. Organization and presentation: (0.2 pt) 

The paragraph is well structured. 

– Ideas are well-organized and presented with coherence, cohesion, and clarity. 

2. Content: 0.3 (pt) 

– Providing main ideas and details. 

– Communicating intentions sufficiently and effectively. 

3. Language: (0.3 pt) 

– Variety of appropriate vocabulary and structures. 

– Good use of grammatical structures. 

4. Handwriting, punctuation and spelling: (0.2 pt) 

– Intelligible handwriting. 

-Good punctuation and no spelling mistakes. 

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