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Read the following passage then choose the best answer from the four options marked A, B, C and D to complete the numbered blanks in the passage.. Identify your answers by writing the co[r] (1)SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC - ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC KÌ THI CHỌN HSG VÒNG TỈNH – NĂM HỌC 2010 - 2011 ĐỀ THI MÔN: TIẾNG ANH LỚP 11 Dành cho học sinh các trường THPT không chuyên Thời gian làm bài: 180 phút (Đề thi gồm 05 trang) A.LISTENING I Listen to the conversation between Mary and John then decide the given statements are true or false by writing T ( for true), F (for false) in the box provided You will hear the conversation TWICE John has just published his latest book The topic of the book is about the Loch Ness Monster He has some problems with his computer He is going to Scotland to visit some of his friends He expects that when he gets back home he will find his word processor working properly II You will hear a man called Mike telling you about his plans for the evening For the question 110, complete the notes which summarize what he says You should write NO MORE THAN WORDS into each of the blanks You will hear the conversation TWICE Mike knows that Jill is coming to see him because she She should turn up just Mike has just bought himself Jill used to be mad on music and dancing but Mike liked watching Two things prevent Mike from going to a restaurant: one is the poor and the other is he Mike wants to take Jill to a special room at The furniture in the room is the wrong Mike wants Jill to try the room out but the museum closes 10 In the end, Mike wonders about taking Jill to see Herbert and Muriet, who are B PHONETICS I Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words Identify your answer by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet A advance B agrarian C apartment D attitude A minority B performance C helicopter D floppy A eradicate B represent C longevity D telecommunication A cultivation B consumption C subscriber D shuttle A games B partners C fields D reports C LEXICAL – GRAMMAR I Choose from the four options given (marked A, B, C and D) one best answer to complete each sentence Identify your answer by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet At the end of the meal, we had delicious fruit juices A ending B closing C dessert D last Friendship is like a game If you want to join it, you must learn the A laws B facts C customs D rules Mr Ralph _Mathematics before he to literature (2) A had taught/ had changed B was teaching/ changed C taught/ was changing D had taught/ changed mad men are responsible for their actions A Fewer B Few C Less D Little The last World Cup was in South Africa A broken B happened C held D taken palce I object _ to the sea in this cold weather A to going B going C about going D of going What an excellent student she is! She almost has no _ the exercise A difficult to finish B difficulty to finish C difficulty in finishing D difficult finishing I want to congratulate you the contest A to win B on winning C at winning D about winning You gave me precious help I am extremely grateful A to which B for that C to that D for which 10 I bought 20 roses, three were destroyed before I came home A of them B among them C among which D of which 11 John, that his girlfriend went out with another guy, decided to say goodbye to her A believing B believed C to believe D believe 12 Unfortunately, the university reacted unfavorably _ the proposals A against B by C to D with 13 Either I or they enjoying the party now A are B is C was D were 14 Unlike my brother, who always fails to finish English tests, I am quite good _ this subject A in B about C of D at 15 I really must my car repaired soon A need B have needed my car C have D let my car II Supply the correct form of the words in brackets The surgeon tried their best to save his life, but unfortunately the operation was _.(SUCCESS) He was very _ of the work he had done (PRIDE) There were 50 _ in the talent contest (COMPETE) Our _ has lasted a lifetime (FRIEND) It was a complete _ due to their poor planning (FAIL) III Fill in the blanks suitable particles or prepositions The bomb went _ in a crowded street last night Peter arranged to meet Helen after work last night but she didn’t turn _ I know how wonderful you are There no need to show _ There used to be a shop at the end of this street but it closed _ a month ago Things will get easier as time goes _ D READING I Read the following passage then choose the best answer from the four options (marked A, B, C and D) to complete the numbered blanks in the passage Identify your answers by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet Many of the world’s people are concerned (1) the dwindling number of whales in the oceans and seas They are worried because the number of whales is getting so (2) Whales are very large, aquatic animals People have hunted whales (3) about the eleventh century Certain types of whales have been hunted too much Recently, their numbers have decreased so much that they are in _(4) of becoming extinct These concerned people are working to save the whales (3) Why people want to save the whales? There are two important reasons One reason is that whales help to keep a balance between plants and animals People have (5) this balance People get rid of their wastes by throwing them into the oceans and seas People’s sewage and garbage increase the _(6) of salt in ocean and sea water The increased salt helps some plants and some very small animals _(7) These plants and animals can be _(8) to fish Whales eat enormous amounts of plankton, the plants and animals that thrive in very salty water (9), whales are very important because they keep the ocean environment clean enough for fish In addition, because fish (10) necessary food for many people, people need whales, and many people want to save them 1.A of B about C to D with A little B great C large D small A in B since C at D of A dangerous B endangered C danger D dangered A distributed B destroyed C disturbed D followed A number B amount C variety D much A grow B develop C appear D increase A good B useful C harmful D bad A Therefore B However C But D Moreover 10 A bring B provide C give D take II Read the following passage and then choose the best answer by writing the letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet Lin e (5) (10) (15) Just two months after the flight of Apollo 10, the Apollo 11 astronauts made their historic landing on the surface of the Moon This momentous trip for humanity also provided scientists with an abundance of material for study; from rock and soil samples brought back from the Moon, scientists have been able to determine much about the composition of the Moon as well as to draw interferences about the development of the Moon from its composition The Moon soil that came back on Apollo 11 contains small bits of rock and glass which were probably ground from the large rocks when meteors impacted with the surface of the Moon The bits of glass are spherical in shape and constitute approximately half of the Moon soil Scientists found no trace of animal or plant life in this soil In addition to the Moon soil, astronauts gathered two basic types of rocks from the surface of the Moon: basalt and breccia Basalt is cooled and hardened volcanic lava common to the Earth Since basalt is formed under extremely high temperatures, the presence of this type of rock is an indication that the temperature of the Moon was once extremely hot Breccia, the other kind of rock brought back by the astronauts, was formed during the impact of falling objects on the surface of the Moon This second type of rock consists of small pieces of rock compressed together by the force of impact Gases such as hydrogen and helium were found in some of the rocks, and scientists believe that these gases were carried to the Moon by solar wind, the streams of gases that are constantly emitted by the Sun The paragraph preceding the passage most likely discusses A astronaut training B the inception of the Apollo space program C a different space trip D previous Moon landings (4) What is the subject of this passage? A The Apollo astronauts B Soil on the Moon C What the Moon is made of D Basalt and breccia An “ abundance” in line is A a disorderly pile B a wealthy bunch C an insignificant proportion D a large amount According to the passage, what does Moon soil consist of? A Hydrogen and helium B Large chunks of volcanic lava C Tiny pieces of stones and glass D Stream of gases Which of the following was NOT brought back to the Earth by the astronauts? A Basalt B Soil C Breccia D Plant life An “ indication” in line 14 is A an exhibition B a clue C a denial D a dictate According to the passage, breccia was formed A when objects struck the Moon B from volcanic lava C when streams of gases hit the surface of the Moon D from the interaction of helium and hydrogen It is implied in the passage that scientists believe that the gases found in the Moon rocks A were not originally from the Moon B were created inside the rocks C traveled from the Moon to the Sun D caused the Moon’s temperature to rise The author’s purpose in this passage is to A describe some rock and soil samples B explain some of the things learned from space flights C propose a new theory about the creation of the Moon D demonstrate the difference between basalt and breccia 10 It can be inferred from the passage that A the only items of importance that astronauts brought back from the Moon were rock and soil samples B scientists learned relatively little from the Moon rock and soil samples C scientists not believe that it is necessary to return to the Moon D rock and soil samples were only some of a myriad of significant items from the Moon III Read the following passage then choose the best answer from the four options (marked A, B, C and D) to complete the numbered blanks in the passage Identify your answers by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet Stamp collecting! What a wonderful hobby! I began when I was only five I used to _(1) for the postman’s arrival, always eager to seize unwanted envelopes and tear off the corner with the stamp stuck (2) it Once- I remember it all too clear- my mother and father were sunning themselves in the garden when the post (3) on the doormat I heard the clatter of the letter flap and (4) went to investigate There are four or five envelopes, all with very enticing stamps (5) at the tender age of five I knew one doesn’t open mail addressed to other people (6), tearing just the corners off the envelopes struck me as perfectly fair and allowable, and that’s what I did I carefully tore as (7) to the stamps as possible, feeling that even the envelopes, which were addressed to my parents and not to me, should be treated with (8) There was nothing furtive in what I did I knew my parents would see what I’d done, and I didn’t think there was any (9) in it They always let me remove the corners after they’d opened them Later, though, my father solemnly showed me his letters They looked distinctly moth-eaten, with bites taken out of the corners and sides I began to (10) what I’d done! A stare B watch C look D peer A over B in C on D of (5) A came B was C lay D arrived A hurriedly B hurried C hurry D hurrily A Because of B Even C Due to D.To A However B But C So D Although A nearby B next C close D round A gentleness B caution C honour D respect A trouble B harm C wrong D bad 10 A accept B admit C realize D confess E WRITING I Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it If I were you, I’d look for another job I suggest He lost his money simply because he wasn’t careful If Jack’s parents made him study for his exams Jack was They believe he is mad He _ I tried as hard as I could, but I just couldn’t get the money No matter _ II Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the given word She owns all this land now (belongs) All _ Organized activities don’t interest Eva very much ( interested) Eva _ If you run everyday, your breathing improves quickly (running ) Daily There are too many people for so few resources (enough) There If it doesn’t stop snowing, we won’t get home ( unless) We _ SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC THE END HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM ĐỀ THI CHỌN HSG VÒNG TỈNH – NĂM HỌC 2010 - 2011 ĐỀ THI MÔN: TIẾNG ANH LỚP 11 Dành cho học sinh các trường THPT không chuyên (6) Thời gian làm bài: 180 phút (Hướng dẫn chấm gồm 03 trang) Tổng điểm: 100 điểm A LISTENING I (10ts:.2 pts/item) F T II (10 pts: 1,pt/item) has (just) phoned after o’clock a local paper sport (on television/ TV) food B PHONETICS ( pts: 01pt/ item) D B C LEXICAL – GRAMMAR T F T can’t afford it the Science Museum shape(s) and size(s) at o’clock 10 (professional) musicians A 4.C 5.D 1.C 2.D 6.A C 11 A 12 C II (5 pts: 1pt/ item) unsuccessful proud III (5 pts : 1pt/item) off up off D READING I ( 10pts: 1pt/ item) 3.D B 13 A 4.B D 14 D 5.C 10 D 15 C competitors friendship failure 1.B 2.D 6.B A II (10 pts: 1pt /item) 3.B C 4.C 9.A A 10 B 1.C 2.C 6.B 7.A III (10 pts: pt /item) B 2.C A C 3.D 8.A 4.C 9.B 5.D 10.D 3.D 8.D 4.A 9.B 5.B 10.C I ( 15pts: 1pt/ item) down E WRITING I ( 10 pts: 2pt/ item) I suggest (that) you (should) look for another job If he had been careful, he wouldn’t have lost his money Jack was made to study for his exam (by his parents) He is believed to be mad No matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t get the money II ( 10 pts: 2pt/ item) All this land belongs to her Eva isn’t interested in organized activities very much by (7) Daily running (quickly) improves your breathing (quickly) There are not enough resources for so many people We won’t get home unless it stops snowing LISTENING TAPESCRIPT Section I Mary: Hello, John John: Hello, Mary Mary: How is your latest book going? John: Oh, you mean the one I am writing on the Loch Ness monster? Well, it is going rather slowly at present Mary: Oh, dear Why’s that? John: Well, the inspiration’s there but everything is wrong One day I tire myself out with the writing but the next day I can hardly keep myself awake On top of that my work processor keeps breaking down Mary: Perhaps you need to take a week off John: Well, I am going up to Scotland to some research for the book next week Mary: That should be nice, especially if you see the monster! But you’ll still have your mind on your work the whole time John: That’s true In fact at this stage seeing the monster would be a mixed blessing as I’d have to rewrite and revise large chunk that I’ve already done But going away gives the engineer a good chance to see where the trouble is By the time I get back, my machine should be free of all its gremlins, even if I’m still under the weather Section II Mike: Hello, I’m Mike Jill has just phoned to say that she is coming to visit me She should arrive just after four o’clock So here I am at the Tourist Information Office I wanted to call at lunchtime but they were closed and I’ve had to wait until two o’clock They’ve given me some leaflets and I’ve bought myself a local paper I want to find somewhere good for us to go tonight Jill used to be mad on music and dancing And me, I was always keen on sport, well watching it on television, anyway Jill was the one who went in for all the exciting things like skiing down mountains There are plenty of restaurants, but the food isn’t always all that good and I probably can’t afford it anyway Oh dear, I don’t know what to choose Ah, this looks good There is a guided tour of the local television studios If you’re lucky you can actually see some of the stars filming new episodes of soap operas and things What does it say here in the small print? “Small group only, who have to watch from behind the screen.” That sounds OK to me as long as there aren’t loads of other people, in which case they probably won’t let anyone watch at all Oh, yes, there’s the Science Museum Jill says she doesn’t like science but I’ve been on about taking her there for years and she is quite keen on the hands- on exhibit There’s a room where all the walls are distorted and painted with misleading lines, and the furniture is all the wrong shapes and sizes It deceives your eyes and the funny thing is that you stumble about and bump into things Jill says it wouldn’t happen to her She thinks she’s got a superior sense of balance or something But she just doesn’t know what it is like in there I’d certainly love to prove her wrong Oh, dear, the Science Museum closes at five each evening That’s not very good Oh well, we can go tomorrow but that still leaves tonight to plan I wonder whether she’d like to go and see Herbert and Muriel She likes music, so why not spend the evening with two really top-class professionals? 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