THI KHẢO SÁT VÀO LỚP 10 NĂM HỌC 2023-2024 MÔN THI TIẾNG ANH (Dành cho thí sinh thi chuyên Anh) (70 câu trắc nghiệm)

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Họ, tên thí sinh:……………………………………………… 

Số báo danh:…………………………………………………. 

PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM (Thí sinh làm bài trên phiếu trả lời trắc nghiệm)  

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1: A. Christian B. bachelor C. scheme D. mechanic Question 2: A. prison B. discipline C. digest D. scarf Question 3: A. donkey B. handkerchief C. conquer D. contour Question 4: A. umbrella B. nonetheless C. welcome D. something Question 5: A. canary B. share C. baron D. phaoraoh 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose primary stress differs from that of the other three in each of the following questions. Question 6: A. diversity B. biography C. biology D. fundamental Question 7: A. emergency B. coordinate C. particular D. contribution Question 8: A. intellectual B. economic C. dedicated D. overwhelming Question 9: A. apologize B. application C. optimistic D. pessimistic Question 10: A. regulation B. restoration C. information D. political Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct preposition or adverb particle to complete each of the following questions

Question 11: Some local fishermen saw the helicopter ______ and ______ into the waters near Hon Net Island in Cat Hai District 

A. exploded/fell B. exploding/falling C. explode/fall D. exploded/falling Question 12: The student waited with some slight ______ while his teacher stood reading his exercise. 

A. apprehension B. terror C. dread D. horror Question 13: There is a constant ______ of visitors to this important historic site. A. current B. tide C. wave D. stream Question 14: John is talking to Mary on the way to school. 

 - John: “I’ve got some amazing news." 

 - Mary: “______” 

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Question 15: The photocopier in our office needs a complete ______. These copies are terrible. 

A. maintenance B. repair C. overhaul D. renovation Question 16: Stop ______ about the bush, James! Just tell me exactly what the problem is. A. rushing B. hiding C. beating D. moving Question 17:. Lack of sleep can have a noticeable ______ your performance at work. A. effect to B. effect in C. effect on D. affect on Question 18: When Tim was eating a cherry, he accidentally swallowed the ______. A. nut B. stone C. seed D. core Question 19: Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention ______. A. limit B. duration C. span D. time Question 20: Clothing made of plastic fibers has certain advantages over ______ made of natural fibers like cotton, wool, or silk. 

A. what B. the one C. that D. which Question 21: A car was running on a street in Hanoi when it banged into tens of motorcycles, ______ 22 people ______ on Wednesday afternoon. 

A. left/injured B. leaving injuring C. leaving/injured D. leaving wounded Question 22: My throat infection left me very ______ and made talking difficult. A. speechless B. dumb C. hoarse D. inarticulate Question 23: Mary attempted to ______ herself with her new boss by volunteering to take on extra work. 

A. ingratiate B. please C. gratify D. commend Question 24: ______, he felt so unhappy and lonely. 

A. Despite of his riches B. Rich as was he 

C. Rich though he was D. Despite of the fact that he was rich Question 25: Harry is broke and he is going to borrow some money from Judy.  - Harry: “Have you got any money left?” 

 - Judy: “Unfortunately, ______” 

A. none of all B. nothing of all C. not even a few D. none whatsoever Question 26: She worships the sun and ______ she always spends her holidays in Greece. A. accordingly B. nevertheless C. yet D. however Question 27: I doubt whether he can keep ______ his efforts much longer as he looks very tired. A. in B. up C. on D. on with Question 28: I dread having to speak to my boss. He’s such a(n) ______ character that I never know how he’s going to react. 

A. transitory B. volatile C. impermanent D. fleeting Question 29: He passed the test by the skin of his teeth. 

A. easily B. with very little margin C. with a very high score D. All are correct 

Question 30: Automobile production in the United States ______. 

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C. has been erratically lately D. are going up and down all the time Question 31: I was awfully tired. However, I made up my mind to ______ myself to the tedious task once again. 

A. involve B. absorb C. engross D. apply Question 32:. If she can make up such stories, she is certainly a very ______ girl. A. imaginable B. imaginative C. imaginary D. imagining Question 33: ______ September 1st, ticket prices for the museum will increase to $6. A. As for B. As of C. As shown D. As well Question 34: The US Postal service policy for check approval includes a requirement that two pieces of identification ______. 

 A. for presentation B. be presented C. presented D. must present Question 35: Four miles off the southeastern coast of Massachusets ______, a popular summer resort. 

 A. lies the island of Martha’s Vineyard B. the island of Martha’s Vineyard lies  C. does lie the island of Martha’s Vineyard D. where the island of Martha’s Vineyard lies 

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. 

Stressful situations that (36)______ almost every day in life seem to be unavoidable. However, we can do little sometimes to avoid a misfortune or an unpleasant occurrence which may (37)______ us expectedly as only it can. At such a moment, one may hit the (38)______, give in to the helplessness of the situation or, ideally, put a brave face on it trying to (39)______ the burden. 

Can you (40)______ in your mind an hour spent in a traffic jam, say, this morning? Do you light one cigarette after another? Do you sound the horn every few seconds like the other neurotics? Or do you take a different (41)______ and make good use of the time drawing up a schedule for the days to come? To withstand the stressful moment you can also do a crossword puzzle, listen to your favourite music or even compose a menu for your Sunday dinner. 

In fact, whatever way you (42)______ to the annoying situation, you can exert no impact on it as the traffic jam will only reduce in due (43)______. Nevertheless, your reaction might considerably influence your mood for the rest of the day. The inability to confront a stressful occurrence like that with a deal of composure and sensibility adds much more strain to your life and in this way puts your well-being in (44)______. Surprisingly, it’s the seemingly negligible hardships we stumble on daily that run double the risk of developing serious health disorders rather than our isolated tragedies however painful they may be.  

(45)______ that so many of those wretched stress inducing troubles affect us in a day, we should, at best, try to avoid them or possibly make radical alterations in the way we lead our daily lifestyles. 

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Question 37: A. arise B. happen C. befall D. occur Question 38: A. post B. roof C. bottom D. wall Question 39: A. subsist B. remain C. cow D. bear Question 40: A. envision B. observe C. picture D. image Question 41: A. manner B. stance C. practice D. mode Question 42: A. strike B. deal C. respond D. challenge Question 43: A. term B. course C. timing D. period Question 44: A. risk B. weakness C. insecurity D. jeopardy Question 45: A. Providing B. Given C. Hence D. As much 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions

Question 46: According to initial information, around 4pm on April 5, a continual accident between cars and many motorbikes occurred at the intersection of Xuan La – Vo Chi Cong streets. 

A. to B. continual C. between D. occurred Question 47: An understanding of engineering theories and problems are impossible until basic arithmetic is fully mastered

A. engineering theories B. are C. is D. mastered Question 48: There being few people on the beach, I could find her easily.  A. being B. few C. on D. could Question 49: Do not hesitate to give me a ring should you need my help, but you had better not to do it at midnight. 

A. to give B. should you C. not to do D. at Question 50: I was thinking of taking gymnastics, but I wonder if there is any point to spend so much money on club fees

A. was thinking B. but I wonder C. to spend D. on club fees Question 51: If someone feels faint, you should have him lay flat, keep his head low, and make him breathe deeply

A. feels faint B. lay flat C. head low D. breathe deeply Question 52: When Mr. Conway promoted to vice president, he was trying to avoid being transferred to another district. 

A. promoted B. was trying C. being D. another Question 53: If they took their language lessons seriously, they would be able to communicate with the locals now. 

A. took B. would be C. with D. locals Question 54: The rate of stomach cancer is lowest in countries where people don’t eat processed meat products than in nations where such foods are consumed

A. lowest B. where C. don’t eat D. are consumed Question 55: The reason my teacher wants to work in Thai Nguyen is because it is an educationally developed city. 

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A. reason B. to work C. because D. educationally 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct phrasal verb to complete each of the following sentences

Question 56: At first the children enjoyed the game but quite soon the novelty ______.  A. went off B. died out C. died down D. wore off Question 57: The manager’s future _______ whether the team wins or loses this one game. 

A. stems from B. rests on C. derives from D. counts on Question 58: I had my doubts about her when I took her on, but now I’m pleased to say that she has ______ to be a talented executive. 

A. taken up B. made out C. turned out D. carried on Question 59: As its sales have increased, that computer company is going to ______ more staff. 

A. take in B. take on C. take over D. take up Question 60: The government has tried to ______ the price of petrol, but they failed. A. bring on B. put on C. get over D. bring down Question 61: Nancy is a very careful person. Usually, Nancy doesn’t submit her test paper until she has ______ her answer twice. 

A. gone through B. signed up C. thought D. copied down Question 62: When the funds finally ______, they had to abandon the scheme. A. faded away B. clamped down C. petered out D. fobbed off Question 63: I haven't ______ any name for my puppy. What do you think I should call him? A. got round to B. made up C. come up with D. taken up on 

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 questions. 

Printmaking is the generic term for a number of processes, of which woodcut and engraving are two prime examples. Prints are made by pressing a sheet of paper (or other material) against an image-bearing surface to which ink has been applied. When the paper is removed, the image adheres to it, but in reverse. 

 The woodcut had been used in China from the fifth century A.D. for applying patterns to textiles. The process was not introduced into Europe until the fourteenth century, first for textile decoration and then for printing on paper. Woodcuts are created by a relief process; first, the artist takes a block of wood, which has been sawed parallel to the grain, covers it with a white ground, and then draws the image in ink. The background is carved away, leaving the design area slightly raised. The woodblock is inked, and the ink adheres to the raised image. It is then transferred to damp paper either by hand or with a printing press. 

 Engraving, which grew out of the goldsmith's art, originated in Germany and northern Italy in the middle of the fifteenth century. It is an intaglio process (from Italian intagliare, "to carve"). The image is incised into a highly polished metal plate, usually copper, with a cutting instrument, or burin. The artist inks the plate and wipes it clean so that some ink 

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remains in the incised grooves. An impression is made on damp paper in a printing press, with sufficient pressure being applied so that the paper picks up the ink.  Both woodcut and engraving have distinctive characteristics. Engraving lends itself to subtle modeling and shading through the use of fine lines. Hatching and cross-hatching determine the degree of light and shade in a print. Woodcuts tend to be more linear, with sharper contrasts between light and dark. Printmaking is well suited to the production of multiple images. A set of multiples is called an edition. Both methods can yield several hundred good-quality prints before the original block or plate begins to show signs of wear. Mass production of prints in the sixteenth century made images available, at a lower cost, to a much broader public than before. 

Question 64: What does the passage mainly discuss? 

A. The origins of textile decoration B. The characteristics of good-quality prints C. Two types of printmaking D. Types of paper used in printmaking Question 65: The word "prime" in line 2 is closest in meaning to ______. A. principal B. complex C. general D. recent Question 66: The author's purposes in paragraph 2 is to describe_____. A. the woodcuts found in China in the fifth century 

B. the use of woodcuts in the textile industry 

C. the process involved in creating a woodcut 

D. the introduction of woodcuts to Europe 

Question 67: According to the passage, all of the following are true about engraving EXCEPT that it_____. 

A. developed from the art of the goldsmiths 

B. requires that the paper be cut with a burin 

C. originated in the fifteenth century 

D. involves carving into a metal plate 

Question 68: The word "yield" in line 22 is closest in meaning to_____. A. imitate B. produce C. revise D. contrast Question 69: According to the author, what made it possible for members of the general public to own prints in the sixteenth century? 

A. Prints could be made at low cost. 

B. The quality of paper and ink had improved. 

C. Many people became involved in the printmaking industry. 

D. Decreased demand for prints kept prices affordable. 

Question 70: According to the passage, all of the following are true about prints EXCEPT that they______. 

A. can be reproduced on materials other than paper 

B. are created from a reversed image 

C. show variations between light and dark shades 

D. require a printing press 

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