CHIA SẺ KIẾN THỨC HSG - LÀM NGAY CÓ THƯỞNG

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CHIA SẺ KIẾN THỨC HSG - LÀM NGAY CÓ THƯỞNG

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§Ò thi chän HSG cÊp tØnh 2002 - 2003 Section I. Grammar and vocabulary Question 1. Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of the verbs in the brackets. 1. I _______ (arrive) home last night to find that my house was flooded. Someone _______ (forget) to turn off the bathroom tap and water _______ (pour) out the whole day. 2. When he was 18 years old, he _______ (be) seriously ill. If he _______ (not send) to the hospital, he _______ (die). Question 2. Circle A, B, C or D to choose the word which is best to fill in each of the blanks. 1. Ken is so _______ that he can run up 12 flights of stairs without getting out of breath. A. strong B. in form C. energy D. fit 2. What are you wearing to the _______ party ? We’re going as Roman soldiers. A. costume B. disguises C. fancy dress D. wedding 3. Don’t be late for the interview, _______ people will think you are a disorganized person. A. unless B. otherwise C. if not D. or so 4. Spectators are reminded that it is _______ to take photographs during the match. A. prevented B. restricted C. forbidden D. banned Question 3. Reading the text and put the correct forms of the given word to fill in the blank. 1. Many _______ people sleep on the streets of the capital. HOME 2. Drug _______ is a problem causing great concern. ADDICT 3. _______ creates hardship for all members of the family. EMPLOY 4. We feel that the laws against begging should not be _______. FORCE 5. Police arrested well-known _______ before the match. TROUBLE 6. It seems unjust to arrest a poor old person for _______. SHOP Section II. Reading Question 1. Fill in the blank with ONE suitable word. Sydney is _______ (1) important cultural, industrial and tourist centre _______ (2) the south east coast of Australia. It is the Australia’s largest _______ (3), with a population of _______ (4) than three million. It now occupies about 350 square miles. The city has _______ (5) famous sights. The harbour is _______ (6) of the largest and most beautiful places _______ (7) the world, and Sydney Harbour Bridge, as the people of Sydney _______ (8) it has been a tourist attraction for many years. However, the most famous sight here today is the _______ (9) House. Some people think it is one of the _______ (10) beautiful modern buildings in the world. Question 2. Choose the right words to fill in the blank. A. available B. Consequently C. disturbing D. eliminating E. even F. explains G. For example H. in I. marine J. poisons K. refers L. scatteering M. too N. with Environmental pollution is a term that _______ (1) to all the ways by which man pollutes his surroundings. Man dirties the air with gases and smoke, _______ (2) the water with chemicals and other substances, and damages the soil with _______ (3) many fertilizers and pesticides. Man also pollutes his surroundings _______ (4) various other ways. _______ (5) people ruin natural beauty by _______ (6) junk and little on the land and in the water. They operate machines and motor vehicles that fill the air with _______ (7) noise. Environmental pollution is one of the most serious problems facing mankind today. Air, water, and soil are necessary to survival of all living things. Badly pollutes air can cause illness, and _______ (8) death. Polluted water kills fish and other _______ (9) life. Pollution of soil reduces the amount of land that is _______ (10) for growing food. Environmental pollution also brings ugliness to man’s naturally beautiful world. Question 3. Read the following passage choose A, B, C or D which is the best answer. If you were to stop people in the street and them to name a ship that had been sunk, it is likely that nearly all of them would say the Titanic . For the sinking of the Titanic was, if not the most tragic, certainly the most famous sea disaster in the history of ocean travel. The Titanic was built as a luxury liner, intended to be the fastest in the world, and a great deal of publicity had surrounded it. The last point probably explains why so many important people from all walks of the life were on the boat when it went down. The Titanic was on its maiden voyage to American in 1912 when it struck an iceberg and sank. Of its 2,300 passengers, more than two-thirds were drowned. Because the Titanic was thought to be virtually unsinkable, no one was prepared for the tragedy. There was total panic as very few of the passengers had bothered to learn the necessary drill in the event of trouble. There was severe shortage of lifeboats and those that were launched were still half-empty. The one point of calm was to be found in the ballroom where the band carried on playing right to the end. What makes the sinking of the Titanic even more tragic is the fact that warnings of icebergs had been sent, yet the liner was still continuing at full speed. In addition one ship was only ten miles away but did not receive the distress signal. One good thing did, however, result from disaster. The whole question of safety at sea was looked into, resulting in much better satety measures, including stricter lifeboat regulations and the establishment of an iceberg patrol. 1. The sinking of the Titanic was A. the most tragic disaster. B. the most historic disaster. C. the most famous sea disaster. D. the first great sea disaster. 2. Why were so many important people on board ? A. The Titanic had received a lot of publicity. B. The Titanic was a luxury liner. C. it was the fastest liner in the world. D. They wanted to go to American. 3. The lifeboats were A. too short B. launched too soon. C. half finished D. poorly equipped 4. The chances of disaster were increased because A. no warnings had been sent. B. the dance band was playing too loud. C. the Titanic was travelling too fast. D. there was no distress calls. 5. The positive result of the disaster was that A. a full inquiry was made. B. a programme of iceberg destruction was started. C. lifeboats were made larger. D. sea travel was made safer. Section III. Writing Question 1. Finish each of the following incomplete sentences so that it has the same meaning as the one printed before it. 1. it is not necessary for you to wear a uniform. - You __________________________. 2. Paul smashed a window and damaged the television too. - Not only __________________________. 3. I remembered I had forgotten to buy any eggs after I arrived home. Only __________________________. 4. She was too old. She couldn’t play table tennis. - If she __________________________. 5. John smoked cigarettes when he was a young man. John used __________________________. 6. I met him for the first time in 1997. - I had not __________________________. Question 2. Using the suggested words to complete the letter. Dear Gladys, 1. My husband / just / lose job / ten years before / he due / retire. 2. He / be / very upset / not know / what / do. 3. He / not have / much chance / find / another job / his age. 4. He / work / 20 years / same firm. 5. When / he / start / they be / only / small firm / employ / only ten men. 6. Since then / they / expand / and / become / largest employer / in area. 7. Now because / sales / drop / and they / introduce / automation. / His job / no longer / exist. 8. He / get / redundancy pay / but / he / miss / work / as / he enjoy / company / workmates. 9. We / have / more time together / but / he / already / start / get bored / do nothing. What do you think he ought to do ? Love, Mary Question 3. Write a paragraph to say about your favourite sport and why you like it. (about 120 words) . §Ò thi chän HSG cÊp tØnh 2002 - 2003 Section I. Grammar and vocabulary Question 1. Complete the following. necessary for you to wear a uniform. - You __________________________. 2. Paul smashed a window and damaged the television too. - Not only __________________________.

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