Đề thi chính thức vào 10 chuyên Anh HN năm 2015-2016

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Đề thi môn Anh Chuyên cho các học sinh thi tuyển vào khối chuyên các trường THPT Chuyên trực thuộc Sở GD Hà Nội năm 2015-2016

Choose the word that differs from the others in the position of the primary stress.

  • economical
  • personality
  • preparatory
  • entertainment

Choose the word that differs from the others in the position of the primary stress.

  • interrupt
  • interview
  • intervene
  • intimation

Choose the word that differs from the others in the position of the primary stress.

  • surprising
  • astonishing
  • amazing
  • interesting
The word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.
  • scissors
  • possess
  • dissolve
  • tosses
The word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others.
  • explain
  • complain
  • certain
  • campaign
The teacher said that I would be able to speak English fluently ________ six months.
  • in
  • by
  • since
  • till
The police began an _________ into the disappearance of the painting five days ago.
  • investigation
  • investigatory
  • investigate
  • investigating
They are having their house ______ by a construction company.
  • to paint
  • painting
  • being painted
  • painted

Only after doing his chores __________ to go to meet his friends.

  • Jim was allowed
  • did Jim allow
  • was allowed Jim
  • was Jim allowed
I hope you will ____________ notice of what I am going to tell you.
  • gain
  • keep
  • get
  • take
There were some very strong candidates for the job, but none of them ________ my expectations.
  • took
  • gave
  • made
  • met

_________ from outer space, our earth looks like a "blue planet".

  • Seen
  • Having seen
  • Seeing
  • Be seen
British and Australian people share the same language, but in other aspects they are as different ___________.
  • cats and dogs
  • chalk and cheese
  • salt and pepper
  • here and there
Even if that laptop is the most expensive in the store, it doesn't ________ mean that it is the best.
  • severely
  • valuably
  • doubtfully
  • necessarily
Graham was exhausted. He __________ tennis for an hour.
  • had been playing
  • played
  • has been playing
  • was playing

Write an adjective or a noun that is similar in meaning to the phrase below.

not good or pure enough to drink:  

Write an adjective or a noun that is similar in meaning to the phrase below.

a person who tends to look on the bright side of things:  

Write an adjective or a noun that is similar in meaning to the phrase below.

lasting or intended to last or be used only for a short time:

Write an adjective or a noun that is similar in meaning to the phrase below.

a room or building used for scientific research experiment, testing etc.:  

Write an adjective or a noun that is similar in meaning to the phrases below.

a person who is concerned about protecting the environment:  

Complete the following passage by writing the correct form of the words given in brackets.

A recent front-page story in the British press revealed a truly (sensation) musical discovery - six Haydn piano sonatas had been found in Germany.

(Apparentness) , the long-lost sonatas were discovered by a German music teacher in the home of an elderly lady. (Strange) enough, the manuscripts, which have been pronounced genuine by several eminent (musicological) were not made (availability) in their original form, so no (science) tests could be carried out in order to verify their (authentic) . The musical world was thrown into a state of great excitement by this news. (Prepare) were made for a prestigious recording of the sonatas, and an (author) article was published in the BBC's Music Magazine. Since then, however, a note of doubt has crept in, and experts now say that unless the (origin) are handed over very soon, the manuscripts must be regarded as a forgery, albeit a very clever one.

Complete each of the following sentences using the correct form of phrasal verbs front the box. There are two extra ones.

[ fall out | seize up | let off | stand for | take in | stand over | bring in ]

Since Sarah with her next door neighbor, she has been sad.

I can't concentrate with him me like that.

If a machine stops moving or working normally, you can say that it has .

Don't be by products claiming to help you to lose weight in a week.

Sally was with a warning by the police because it was her first offence.

Read the article below. Five sentences have been removed from it. Choose from the sentences A-F the one which fits each gap. There is one extra sentence you do not need to use.

A. Major changes in public opinion and behavior can certainly occur.

B. On land they are everywhere, too.

C. These range from cheap ‘bags for life’ offers to bag-free check-outs.

D. Worse still, billions get into the environment, especially the ocean environment, where they become a terrible threat to wildlife.

E. But there was a very different pattern of household shopping then: the purchase of a much smaller number of items, on a daily basis after a walk to smati, local shops.

F. She realised then that it was too late to do anything about this man-made disaster.

According to a recent study, whereas plastic bags were rarely seen at sea in the late eighties and early nineties, they are now being found almost everywhere across the planet, from Spitsbergen in the Arctic to the South Atlantic close to Antarctica. They are among the 12 items of rubbish most often found in coastal clean-ups. Windblown plastic bags are so common in Africa that a small industry has appeared: harvesting bags and using them to make hats and other items, with one group of people collecting 30,000 per month. In some developing countries, they are a major nuisance in blocking the drainage systems of towns and villages.

What matters is what happens to them after use. Enormous numbers end up being buried or burnt, which is an enormous waste of the oil products which have gone into their manufacture. Turtles mistake them for their jellyfish food and choke on them; birds mistake them for fish with similar consequences; dolphins have been found with plastic bags preventing them breathing properly.

The wildlife filmmaker Rebecca Hosking was shocked by the effects of the bags on birds on the Pacific island of Midway. She found that two-fifths of the 500,000 albatross chicks born each year die, the vast majority from swallowing plastic that their parents have mistakenly brought back as food. As a result, she started a movement to turn her home town into the first community in the country to be free off plastic bags. Many local residents and shopkeepers joined in, and the idea of getting rid of them completely soon spread to other towns and villages.

Although some people remain unconvinced, it does seem possible that the entire country could eventually become plastic-bag free. Who could have imagined half-a-century ago that our public places would one day all become cigarette-smoke free? Or that we would all be using lead-free petrol? Who would have thought even a decade ago that about two-thirds of us would by now be actively involved in recycling?

What is needed is a general change in consumer attitudes, towards the habit of using reusable shopping bags. Older people will remember how this used to be entirely normal as every household had a 'shopping bag', a strong bag which was used to carry items bought in the daily trip to the shops. Today, many of us tend to drive to the supermarket once a week and fill up the car with seven days' worth of supplies, for which plastic bags, of course, are fantastically useful. It's a hard habit to break.

However, there has already been a big drop in plastic bag use, partly because the leading supermarkets and other shopkeepers are making a major effort to help us give up the habit, with a whole variety of new ideas. It is clear that habits are starting to change; reusable bags are more visible than they were even two years ago.

Many believe there should be a tax on plastic bags, and the governments of a number of countries are considering the idea. What people have in mind is the example of Ireland, where a tax of €0.22 was introduced on all plastic bags, the first of its kind in the world.

Read the following text and choose the correct answer which best fits each gap. 

Tourism is the fastest-growing industry in the world. As well as bringing prosperity to an area, however, it can also destroy the qualities which visitors in the first place. If it is not carefully controlled, tourism can also problems for local people, as is shown by various examples from around the world. 

When Phuket in Thailand first became a popular tourist , people there were unable to cope with the increase in rubbish that 2 million visitors a year and a huge incinerator had to be built in the countryside to deal with it. New hotels at Goa in India caused a huge increase in water consumption, many local people to walk considerable distances to get clean water. And Egypt’s desert landscapes are being destroyed by the litter dropped by tourists. Moving sands are difficult to clean, and the white desert to the west of the Nile Valley may be permanently .    

It’s encouraging, therefore, to read about the of certain tour companies who are organising environmental holidays in some of the worst hit areas. Regular tours now go to places the Himalayas and Atlas mountains in North Africa with the of combining a bit of sightseeing with the chance to help some of the mess left by previous visitors.

Read the following text and fill each blank with a suitable word.

Twenty years ago, kids in school had never even heard of the internet. Now, I'll bet you can't find a single person in your school who hasn't at least heard of it. In fact, many of us use it on a basis and even have access to it from our homes! The 'net' in Internet really stands for network. A network is two or more computers connected together so that information can be , or sent from one computer to another. 

The internet is a vast resource for all types of information. You may enjoy using it to do research for a school project, your favorite songs or communicating with friends and family. Information is through web pages that companies, organizations and individuals create and post. It's kind of like a giant board that the whole world uses! But since anyone can put anything on the internet, you also have to be careful and use your best and a little common sense.

Just because you read something on a piece of paper someone sticks on a bulletin board doesn't mean it's good information, or even correct, for that matter. So you have to be sure that whoever the information knows what they're talking about, especially if you're doing research! 

But what if you're just emailing people? You still have to be very careful. If you've never met the person that you're with online, you could be on ground. You should never give out any personal information to someone you don't know, not even your name! And just like you can't believe the information on every website out there, you can't rely on what you 'meet' on the internet tell you either. Just like you could make up things about yourself to tell someone, someone else could do the same to you!

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.

Neil remembered to pack everything except his toothbrush.

=> The only thing ________________

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.

 Peter hadn't expected to be so many foreigners at the party.

=> It came as ___________________

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.

Jacqui and I were sitting by ourselves at the back of the coach.

=> Jacqui and I _______

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. 

We will do everything possible to avoid a disaster.

=> Everything ______________

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence.

Exhaustion prevented any of the runners from finishing the race.

=> So _____

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do not change the word given. 

There was no point in staying at the party because my friends had left. (worth)

=> ________

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do not change the word given.

Terry was rude, but Sue got her revenge on him. (being)

=> _______

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do not change the word given.

If you are not careful, you are going to be dismissed. (sack)

=> _________

Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given in brackets. Do not change the word given. 

I am looking for a job which is commensurate with my abilities. (level)

=> _______

In about 200 words, write an essay about the advantages and disadvantages of living in the modern world. 

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