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TRẠI HÙNG VƯƠNG LẦN THỨ XI ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI MÔN: TIẾNG ANH- KHỐI:11 Ngày thi: 01 tháng 08 năm 2015 Thời gian làm bài:180 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) (Đề thi gồm 11 trang) CHÍNH THỨC THÍ SINH LÀM BÀI TRỰC TIẾP VÀO BẢNG CHO SẴN TRONG TỜ ĐỀ THI Điểm Bằng số Giám khảo Giám khảo Số phách Bằng chữ LISTENING (40 pts) I You will hear a woman and a man talking about their work in the library Complete the information below Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10 pts) City library Head librarian Example: Mrs Phillips Hours (1) _ to 4.30 Books Ground floor Reference books Second floor (2) Third floor (3) _ Book carts Brown cart books to re-shelve Black cart books to (4) White cart books to (5) Your answers II You are going to hear a conversation between a university student and a company representative at a graduate fair Listen and complete the form by using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (20 pts) GRADUATE FAIR REGISTRATION TGS GLOBAL Graduate details Area of work: Example: Marketing Name: Dominica (1) _ Nationality: (2) _ Email address: (3) @qmail.com University: (4) _ Type of course: a full-time BA Date available for an interview (5) _ Personal information Other activities: organize a (6) _ for charity Interests: (7) _ and Previous job(s): (8) _ Career plans: want to be a (9) Heard about fair through: (10) Your answers 10 III Listen to the conversation and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each of the following questions Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10 pts) Paul decided to get work experience in South America because he wanted A to teach English there B to improve his Spanish C to learn about Latin American life D to learn how to speak Spanish What project work did Paul originally intend to get involved in? A construction B agriculture C tourism D engineering Why did Paul change from one project to another? A His first job was not well organized B He found doing the routine work very boring C The work was too physically demanding D He wanted to find something challenging In the village community, he learnt how important it was to A respect family life B develop trust C use money wisely D save money What does Paul say about his project manager? A He let Paul most of the work B His plans were too ambitious C He was very supportive of Paul D He did not give Paul any work to Your answers LEXICO-GRAMMAR (50 pts) I Choose the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to each of the following questions and write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (20 pts) The are against her winning a fourth consecutive gold medal A chances B bets C prospects D odds The police have been ordered not to if the students attack them A combat B rebuff C retaliate D challenge _ the invention of the steam engine, most forms of transport were horse-drawn A Akin to B Prior to C In addition to D With reference to He was _ with an extraordinary ability A entrusted B ensured C endowed D entreated Four people drowned when the yatch in a sudden storm A inverted B overflowed C upset D capsized , he remained optimistic A Though badly wounded he was B Badly wounded as he was C As he was badly wounded D As badly wounded he was imagined what would happen A Not for one minute had they B Never they had C No minute had they D Not one minute had they We were taken out for a meal the company's expense A for B in C at D from Nathalie seems very tough at work She’s a different person at home, _ A though B although C as though D even though 10 The entire city was _ electricity last night – it was chaotic A no B almost no C hardly any D without 11 Henry was overweight, so he went on a strict diet and twenty kilos A missed B lost C failed D fell 12 Humanity has done great damage to the environment in its search for materials A live B raw C crude D rude 13 , the balcony chairs will be ruined in this weather A Leaving uncovered B Having left uncovered C Left uncovered D Been left uncovered 14 I know you didn’t want to upset me but I’d sooner you _ me the whole truth yesterday A could have told B told C have told D had told 15 Life’s very easy for you You were born with a _ spoon in your mouth A silver B golden C bronze D diamond 16 There has been a lot of surrounding the government’s proposed scheme A controversy B consent C conformity D consequence 17 You can’t bury your head and hope that this problem goes away, you know A in the mud B in the pool C in the sand D in the water 18 I’m working long hours this week. _, the au-pair girl has asked for a few days’ leave A Even so B All the same C On top of that D After all 19 Everything from chairs and fishing poles to ropes and papers can be made from bamboo Equally important, A this giant grass grows in warm climate B fresh spring bamboo shoots take longer to cook than winter ones C a variety of food can be made from this giant grass D preserved bamboo shoots can be used in soups instead of fresh ones 20 of all of us who are here tonight I would like to thank Mr Jones for his talk A On behalf B On account C In person D Instead Your answers 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 II Fill each gap of the following sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10 pts) _ (LEAD) skill is the one skill that can grant you the opportunity to get a good job The teacher warned the children that if they _ again, they would be punished (BEHAVE) His busy schedule made him completely _ (ACCESS) to his students If you are worried about wrinkles, use a (MOIST) cream every day She (ROOT) herself, left the farm and moved to London Heavy rain and excessive use have _ soil (POVERTY) Next week, the Sunday mass will be held to (MEMORY) the victims of the holocaust That bicycle lacks a few spokes in the wheels, but I think you can ignore such a minor _ (SHORT) and buy it at the low cost offered The key to the peaceful coexistence of a multiracial community is the reduction of the social _ (EQUAL) 10 Some of you must have forgotten to _ (CONNECT) the iron before leaving the house and therefore the fire broke out Your answers 10 III There is ONE mistake in each of the following sentences Find out the mistake and correct it Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes No (0) has been done for you (10pts) Most people are afraid from sharks They have replaced workers with computer-controlled machines in near all their factories We spent a great deal of time looking through a large number of books to help him find a few information about Bermuda, but he knew most of it already Not many people realize that a spider is not insect because insects don’t have eight legs and neither of them make webs The school advised William's parents to let him go on the adventure holiday as it might develop him self-confidence By the year 2015 it may be possible to travel faster than the speed of the light Probably a number of people is going to be working on space stations in fifty years' time It seems almost inevitable that the lead actor will be replaced before the show will close In general, realistic films attempt to reproduce the surface of concrete reality with a minimum of distort The railway police have finally arrested the man who has been responsible to biting all the buttons off railway carriage seats 10 Migration is a perilous seasonal journey undertake by many bird species Your answers Mistake Correction Mistake Correction from of 10 IV Fill in the gaps of the following sentences with suitable particles or prepositions Write the answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10pts) His heart attack was brought _ by too much stress at work We don’t quite like the new employer’s approach He seems to lie _ the job Learning this long definition _ heart seems to be an impossible task At the moment, I am _ to my ears in work, so I can't go out with you The government’s plans to reduce crime came for a lot of criticism from freedom groups I was the impression that you like Indian food Mr Horrid was a terrible teacher and obviously not cut for teaching The farmhouse we stayed in was completely the beaten track The teacher was deaf Nick's explanation of why he hadn't done his homework 10 Although Mrs Parker was bitterly jealous _ her friends’ higher wage in the company, she managed to avoid making sharp comments Your answers 10 READING (50 points) I Read the following passage and decide which answer (A, B, C, or D) best fits each gap Write your answer in correspondent numbered boxes (10pts) People’s personalities vary considerably from one another as there are no two alike Our ingrained characters which (1) the patterns of our behavior, our reactions and temperaments are unparalleled on (2) of the diversified processes that mould our personality in the earliest (3) of human development Some traits of character may to some (4) _ be hereditary simulating the attributes that identify our parents Others may (5) _ from the conditions experienced during pregnancy and infancy in this way reflecting the parents’ approach towards (6) _ their offspring Consequently, the environmental factor (7) _ a crucial role in strengthening of eliminating certain behavioral systems making an individual more prone to comfort to the patterns that (8) a prize Undoubtedly, human personality (9) the most profound and irreversible formation during the first period of its development, yet, certain characteristics may still be (10) to considerable changes conditioned by different circumstances and situations A denote B resolve C inflict D determine A account B means C token D event A states B instants C stages D terms A scope B area C extent D length A stem B relate C rise D formulate A breeding B rearing C growing D yielding A makes B does C finds D plays A yearn B deserve C wish D necessitate A under acts B undertakes C undergoes D underlies 10 A practicable B feasible C subject D potential Your answers 10 II Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap Use only one word in each gap Write your answer in correspondent numbered boxes (10pts) What is the difference between creative thinking and logical thinking? In creative thinking, we try to (1) up with as many ideas as (2) We call this brainstorming We keep (3) open mind about the ideas for the time being, (4) the ideas are practical or not No idea is considered ridiculous because (5) the most outlandish idea may work This way we have a (6) of several possible solutions In logical thinking, we are looking for (7) right answer (8) we find a working solution, we stop looking for alternatives, without realizing that there could be better solutions Most problems have more than one possible solution Creative thinking (9) us to choose the best of them Creative thinking and logical thinking don't oppose (10) other but they complement each other in fact Your answers 10 III Read the following passage and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) according to the passage Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10 pts) Over the last century the world has become increasingly smaller Not geographically, of course, but in the sense that media, technology and the opening of borders has enabled the world’s citizens to view, share and gain access to a much wider range of cultures, societies and world views In this melting pot that the world has become, today’s child is privy to facets of the human experience that his immediate predecessors had no inkling even existed It stands to reason that in order to absorb, configure and finally form opinions about this information-laden planet, children must be supplied with certain tools Included in this list of ‘tools’ are: education, social skills, cultural awareness and the acquisition of languages, the most important of these being the latter Until recently, a child who had the ability to speak more than one language would have been considered a very rare entity This one-language phenomenon could be attributed to a combination of factors Firstly, the monolingual environment in which a child was raised played a strong role, as did the limited, biased education of the past With regard to immigrants, the sad fact was that non-native parents tended to withhold the teaching of the mother tongue so that the child would acquire the ‘more prestigious’ language of the adopted country Nowadays, the situation has undergone an almost complete reversal In the majority of North American and European countries, most children are given the opportunity to learn a second or even a third language Children acquire these foreign languages through various and diverse means In many countries, learning a foreign language is a compulsory subject in the state school curriculum Other children rely on language schools or private tuition to achieve their goal In other instances, children are born to bilingual parents, who, if they so desire, may teach the children two languages Bringing up one’s child bilingually is not a decision to be taken lightly Both parents must consider long and hard the implications involved in raising a child in a two-language home This decision is one of those all-important choices which will affect not only the parents’ lives but also the life of the child Raising a child bilingually has a two-fold effect Firstly, of course, the child learns the two languages of the parents Secondly, the parents’ decision will influence factors which will have a farreaching effect on the child’s life Some of these factors include: style and place of education; diameter of social circle; employment potential and preference; and, most importantly, the way in which the child views himself and his global environment One of the more advantageous by-products of being a member of a bilingual family is the inherent awareness of two different cultures This bicultural child inherits a wealth of knowledge brought about by an exposure to: historical backgrounds; traditional songs and folklore; rituals of marriage; models of social interaction; and therefore, two varying interpretations of the world The monolingual child seems to be at a disadvantage in comparison to the bilingual child, who has a set of languages and an accompanying set of abstract cultural ideas Practically speaking, when a child comes from a twolanguage family, he must be taught both languages in order to communicate with the extended family members When, for example, the grandparents speak a language which differs from that of the child’s locale, a monolingual child would be deprived of the interaction which occurs between grandparents and grandchildren On the other hand, a bilingual child will not only be able to speak to grandparents, but will also comprehend where these people have ‘come from’ There will be a shared cultural empathy within the family Because all family members can communicate, on both a verbal and cultural level, no one will feel excluded and the child will develop a sense of rootedness On a more abstract level, it has been said that a bilingual child thinks differently from a monolingual child Current research in linguistics indicates that there may be a strong correlation between bilingualism and cognitive skills This new research concerns itself with the fact that a bilingual child has two lexical structures for any given physical or abstract entity This leads logically to the assumption that the child also has two associations for many words, as a word can mean different things in different languages For example, the word ‘fire’ in many western hemisphere languages connotes warmth and relaxation In the Inuit language however, where fire is a necessity of life, it may connote heat and survival For the bilingual child, then, vocabulary items and the abstract idea behind them are both dual in nature and more elastic Researchers maintain that this elasticity of ideas may allow the child to think more flexibly and, therefore, more creatively In the author’s view, the world is becoming a _ A more culturally diverse place B place where only privileged children will prosper C less complex place to live in D much more integrated place According to the first paragraph, which of the following was true of immigrants? A Children were reluctant to use their mother tongue B The mother tongue was considered less important C Parents encouraged children to use their mother tongue D Most parents made it a priority for children to grow up bilingual The phrase “privy to” in paragraph mostly means _ A acquainted with B advised of C apprised of D in the know about The phrase “attributed to” in paragraph mostly means _ A ascribed to B associated with C connected with D held responsible for According to the writer, second or foreign language learning is something _ A people are still apathetic towards B mainly associated with private sector education C that few people take seriously D about which general attitudes have evolved considerably According to the article, the decision to raise bilingual children is difficult because A it may limit the child’s choice of friends B though simple for parents, it can impact negatively on children C it may cause children to lose their sense of identity D it needs to be considered from many different angles With regard to the extended family in immigrant situations, the writer feels it is important that _ A adults try to understand the child’s difficult cultural situation B children are not pressured to speak their parents’ native language C adults recognize the child’s need to identify more with local culture D children can relate to all aspects of their parents’ native culture The word “by-products” in paragraph mostly means _ A entailments B knock-on effects C side effects D spin-offs The word “connotes” in paragraph mostly means _ A underpins B implies C signifies D smacks of 10 According to current research, the benefit of learning two languages is that _ A different types of knowledge can be accessed in different languages B bilinguals become more aware the origin of words in languages C it helps to develop different capabilities of the mind D bilinguals develop a greater sense of the value of culture Your answers 6 10 IV Read the following passage and choose the most suitable from A to G on the list and write it in each gap from to Write your answers in the correspondent numbered boxes (10 pts) STAYING HEALTHY IN SPACE The range of foods available to astronauts is vast, and great care is taken to ensure that it looks and smells appetizing Meals are organized to provide an average of 3,000 calories a day, which seems high for living in an enclosed environment in which there is no gravity But astronauts can expend a great deal of energy in doing the simplest things For example, if they try to turn a handle, they turn themselves as well If they bend down to up a shoelace, (1) Finding unusual ways of doing such ordinary things uses up the excess calories The space diet is balanced rather differently from a terrestrial diet This is to try and compensate for changes that take place in the body during space flight Bodily changes begin as soon as astronauts go into space (2) _Among the most serious is calcium loss, which causes a marked reduction in the mass and strength of bones There is also a progressive loss of red blood cells What causes these effects is not known, (3) The heart muscles, with no gravity to battle against, start to waste away The leg muscles start to waste away too, since walking, as done on Earth, (4) _ Exercise also helps to reduce muscle wastage (5) _ No one yet knows the limit of human endurance in space If astronauts can withstand two years or more of continuous weightlessness, the mankind’s dream of visiting other planets could become reality in the early decades of the next century A can only be done if astronauts put on their heavy spacesuits B and will never be known C which is rather more than astronauts really need D and are quite noticeable after even a week E they start turning somersaults F and is vital on very long flights G and the question must be answered before long-duration space-flight is really safe Your answers: V Read the passage and the tasks that follow (10pts) The US City and the Natural Environment A While cities and their metropolitan areas have always interacted with and shaped the natural environment, it is only recently that historians have begun to consider this relationship During our own time, the tension between natural and urbanized areas has increased, as the spread of metropolitan populations and urban land uses has reshaped and destroyed natural landscapes and environments B The relationship between the city and the natural environment has actually been circular, with cities having massive effects on the natural environment, while the natural environment, in turn, has profoundly shaped urban configurations Urban history is filled with stories about how city dwellers contended with the forces of nature that threatened their lives Nature not only caused many of the annoyances of daily urban life, such as bad weather and pests, but it also gave rise to natural disasters and catastrophes such as floods, fires, and earthquakes In order to protect themselves and their settlements against the forces of nature, cities built many defenses including flood walls and dams, earthquake-resistant buildings, and storage places for food and water At times, such protective steps sheltered urbanites against the worst natural furies, but often their own actions – such as building under the shadow of volcanoes, or in earthquake-prone zones – exposed them to danger from natural hazards C City populations require food, water, fuel, and construction materials, while urban industries need natural materials for production purposes In order to fulfill these needs, urbanites increasingly had to reach far beyond their boundaries In the nineteenth century, for instance, the demands of city dwellers for food produced rings of garden farms around cities In the twentieth century, as urban populations increased, the demand for food drove the rise of large factory farms Cities also require fresh water supplies in order to exist – engineers built waterworks, dug wells deeper and deeper into the earth looking for groundwater, and dammed and diverted rivers to obtain water supplies for domestic and industrial uses In the process of obtaining water from distant locales, cities often transformed them, making deserts where there had been fertile agricultural areas D Urbanites had to seek locations to dispose of the wastes they produced Initially, they placed wastes on sites within the city, polluting the air, land, and water with industrial and domestic effluents As cities grew larger, they disposed of their wastes by transporting them to more distant locations Thus, cities constructed sewerage systems for domestic wastes They usually discharged the sewage into neighboring waterways, often polluting the water supply of downstream cities The air and the land also became dumps for waste disposal In the late nineteenth century, coal became the preferred fuel for industrial, transportation, and domestic use But while providing an inexpensive and plentiful energy supply, coal was also very dirty The cities that used it suffered from air contamination and reduced sunlight, while the cleaning tasks of householders were greatly increased E In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, reformers began demanding urban environmental cleanups and public health improvements Women's groups often took the lead in agitating for clean air and clean water, showing a greater concern than men in regard to quality of life and health-related issues The replacement of the horse, first by electric trolleys and then by the car, brought about substantial improvements in street and air sanitation The movements demanding clean air, however, and reduction of waterway pollution were largely unsuccessful On balance, urban sanitary conditions were probably somewhat better in the 1920s than in the late nineteenth century, but the cost of improvement often was the exploitation of urban hinterlands for water supplies, increased downstream water pollution, and growing automobile congestion and pollution F In the decades after the 1940s, city environments suffered from heavy pollution as they sought to cope with increased automobile usage, pollution from industrial production, new varieties of chemical pesticides and the wastes of an increasingly consumer-oriented economy Cleaner fuels and smoke control laws largely freed cities during the 1940s and 1950s of the dense smoke that they had previously suffered from Improved urban air quality resulted largely from the substitution of natural gas and oil for coal and the replacement of the steam locomotive by the diesel-electric However, great increases in automobile usage in some larger cities produced the new phenomenon of smog, and air pollution replaced smoke as a major concern G During these decades, the suburban out-migration, which had begun in the nineteenth century with commuter trains and streetcars and accelerated because of the availability and convenience of the automobile, now increased to a torrent, putting major strains on the formerly rural and undeveloped metropolitan fringes To a great extent, suburban layouts ignored environmental considerations, making little provision for open space, producing endless rows of resource-consuming and fertilizer-dependent lawns, contaminating groundwater through leaking septic tanks, and absorbing excessive amounts of fresh water and energy The growth of the outer city since the 1970s reflected a continued preference on the part of many people in the western world for space-intensive single-family houses surrounded by lawns, for private automobiles over public transit, and for the development of previously untouched areas Without better planning for land use and environmental protection, urban life will, as it has in the past, continue to damage and stress the natural environment Questions 1-7 (7pts) The passage has seven sections, A-G Choose the correct heading for each section from the list of headings below Write the correct number, i-x, in boxes 1-7 Three of the headings not fit List of headings i Legislation brings temporary improvements ii The increasing speed of suburban development iii A new area of academic interest iv The impact of environmental extremes on city planning v The first campaigns for environmental change vi Building cities in earthquake zones vii The effect of global warming on cities viii Adapting areas surrounding cities to provide resources ix Removing the unwanted by-products of city life x Providing health information for city dwellers 1) Paragraph A _ 2) Paragraph B _ 3) Paragraph C _ 4) Paragraph D _ 5) Paragraph E _ 6) Paragraph F _ 7) Paragraph G _ Your answers Questions 8-13 (3pts) Do the following statements agree with the information given in the passage? In boxes 8-10, write TRUE if the statement is true according to the passage FALSE if the statement is false according to the passage NOT GIVEN if the information is not given in the passage 8) In the nineteenth century, water was brought into the desert to create productive farming land 9) Women were often the strongest campaigners for environmental reform 10) Reducing urban air and water pollution in the early twentieth century was extremely expensive Your answers 10 WRITING (60 points) I Describing the graph (20 points) The table shows the average annual percentages of water pollution in four large cities in 2003 Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant You should write at least 150 words Water pollution by major pollutants, 2003 Cities Taipei Sao Paulo Tokyo New York Pollutants Pesticides 28 31 13 Erosion 12 20 23 12 Phosphates in detergents 10 23 34 Domestic Sewage 50 65 23 41 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… II Summary Read the following paragraph carefully Use your own words to summarize it You MUST NOT copy the original (10pts) The busy schedules that most adults face from day to day have created a rising health problem in the modern world Stress affects almost everyone, from the highly pressured executive to the busy homemaker or student It can cause a variety of physical disorders, ranging from headaches to stomach ulcers and even alcoholism Stress, like a common cold, is a problem that cannot be cure; however, it can be controlled A person can learn to control stress by setting realistic goals, enjoying a hobby and/ or physical exercise, and by maintaining a good, warm relationship with family and friends ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… III Essay (30 points) In recent years, the proportion of crimes committed by youngsters is on the rise and families are solely responsible for this trend Do you agree or disagree with the above statement? 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swimming Dom54/ dom54 children’s tutor London University project manager st st 21 July/ July 21 or 21/7 10 (a) friend III Listen to the conversation and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each of the following questions (10 pts) 1.C 2.C 3.A 4.B 5.C LEXICO-GRAMMAR (60 pts) I Choose the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to each of the following questions.(20 pts) D C B C 5.D 6.B 7.A 8.C 9.A 10.D 11.B 12.B 13.C 14.D 15.A 16.A 17.C 18.C 19.C 20 A II Fill each gap of the following sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets.(10 pts) leadership 2.misbehaved inaccessible 4.moisturizing uprooted impoverished 7.commemorate shortcoming 9.inequalities/ 10.disconnect inequality III There is ONE mistake in each of the following sentences Find out the mistake and correct it (10pts) Mistake Correction Mistake Correction from of near nearly is are few little will close closes neither none distort distortion him his to for the light light 10 undertake undertaken IV Fill in the gaps of the following sentences with suitable particles or prepositions (10pts) 12 on/about under on/ down on 7.out by off 4.up 9.to in 10 of READING (50 points) I Read the following passage and decide which answer (A, B, C, or D) best fits each gap (10pts) D A 3.C 4.C 5.A 6.B 7.D 8.B 9.C 10 C II Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap (10pts) 1.come 2.possible 3.an 4.whether 5.even 6.choice 7.the Once/When 9.enables 10 each III Read the following passage and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) according to the passage (10 pts) A B D A D D D D B 10 C IV Read the following passage and choose the most suitable from A to G on the list and write it in each gap from to Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes (10 pts) 1.E 2.D 3.G 4.A 5.F V Read the passage and the tasks that follow (10pts) iii F iv T viii 10 NG ix v i ii WRITING (60 points) I Describing the graph (20 points) Completion: 2pts - The writing is complete - The writing is neither too long nor too short Content: pts - Cover the main information of the table yet not go into too much detail - Make general remarks and effective comparisons Organization: 5pts - The ideas are well-organized - The description is sensibly divided into paragraphs Language: 5pts - Use a wide range of vocabulary and structures - Good use and control of grammatical structures Handwriting, punctuation - Intelligible handwriting and spelling: 2pts - Good punctuation and no spelling mistakes II Summarizing an extract (10points) Requirements: Good summary with enough content and clear, logical information Suggested content: - Causes of stress - Effects of stress - Solutions to the problem of stress III Essay (30 points) Completion: 3pts - The writing is complete - The writing is neither too long nor too short Content: pts - Provide relevant and convincing ideas about the topic - Supported by specific example and/or reasonable justifications Organization: 8pts - Present the right form of an essay - Ideas are well organized and presented with unity, cohesion and coherence - The writing is sensibly divided into paragraphs Language: pts - Use a wide range of vocabulary and structures - Good use and control of grammatical structures Handwriting, punctuation - Intelligible handwriting 13 and spelling: 3pts - Good punctuation and no spelling mistakes - THE END - 14 ... , he remained optimistic A Though badly wounded he was B Badly wounded as he was C As he was badly wounded D As badly wounded he was imagined what would happen A Not for one minute had they... open mind about the ideas for the time being, (4) the ideas are practical or not No idea is considered ridiculous because (5) the most outlandish idea may work This way we have a (6)... opportunity to get a good job The teacher warned the children that if they _ again, they would be punished (BEHAVE) His busy schedule made him completely _ (ACCESS) to his students If you are worried
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