Đề thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 trường THPT Nguyễn Tất Thành năm học 2015-2016

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Đề thi tuyển sinh vào lớp 10 trường THPT Nguyễn Tất Thành năm học 2015, có giải thích đáp án chi tiết.

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

  • night
  • slight
  • tighten
  • wisdom
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.
  • drought
  • cough
  • doubt
  • about
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.
  • sewage
  • steward
  • shipwreck
  • waist
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.
  • typhoon
  • festive
  • machine
  • resource
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.
  • compliment
  • mechanic
  • government
  • poisonous
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.
  • disappear
  • congratulate
  • disastrous
  • appliance

You can get a running-up nose if you _____ or an allergy.

  • had a cold
  • caught cold
  • will catch cold
  • have a cold

Nepal was _____ by a magnitude-7.3 earthquake on Tuesday, just weeks after the devastating quake that killed more than 8,000 people.

  • stuck
  • beaten
  • defeated
  • hit

The ideal tiger territory is a large forested area with rich vegetation for cover, plentiful water to drink and cool off in, and _____ deer, swine, and other large mammals to eat.

  • abundant
  • dangerous
  • fierce
  • extinct

Your car is very _____. It hardly seems to use any petrol at all.

  • economy
  • economical
  • economic
  • economically

It’s crucial that everybody _____ the ceremony.

  • attends
  • must attend
  • has to attend
  • attend

_____ you cut down your sugar intake, you'd have lost weight by now.

 

  • Had
  • If
  • Were
  • Should

The teacher was absent today, _____.

  • but classed was cancelled.
  • and classes was cancelled.
  • so that class was cancelled.
  • so class was cancelled.

Sam warned _____ the air conditioner on all night.

  • me not leaving
  • me not left
  • me not to leave
  • my not leave

She has changed her mind, _____ ?

  • didn't she
  • isn't she
  • has she
  • hasn't she

Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentence.

It’s against the law to kill the black rhinoceros. They _____ extinct.

  • became
  • have become
  • become
  • are becoming

Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentence.

I’m really sleepy today. I wish I _____ too much time on computer games last night.

  • didn't spend
  • hadn't spent
  • wouldn't spent
  • don't spend

Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentence. 

Singapore national swimming head coach and Olympic bronze medalist Sergio Lopez said that Vien was an excellent swimmer _____ has been improving leaps and bounds.

 

  • which
  • whose
  • who
  • whom

Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentence. 

_____ he worked with the deaf for many years and patented many devices to help them, Alexander Graham Bell will mainly forever be remembered for inventing the telephone.

  • Even though
  • In spite of
  • Despite
  • Because

Choose the best word or phrase to complete the following sentence. 

Tom: "I didn't undersand what the girl said."

Peter: “_____”.

  • So did I
  • I did too
  • I did either
  • Neither did I

Teacher: "Your English is very good, Nam."

Nam: "_____".

  • Yes, of course. I know it is perfect.
  • Thanks. Are you telling lies?
  • Thanks for your compliment. It's certainly encouraging.
  • No, I don't like it.

Would you mind _____ your radio a little, please?

  • turning out
  • turning down
  • to turn down
  • to turn out

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Around 1750, electricity experiments became popularly as entertainment at the court of the French King, Louis XV.

  • electricity
  • experiments
  • popularly
  • entertainment

Choose the underlined part that needs correction in the following sentence. 

The keyboard with alphabet keys is  enough easy to use to give program instructions to the computer .

  • is
  • enough easy
  • program instructions
  • computer

Choose the underlined part that needs correction. 

Some people take vitamin E to relieve muscular cramps, to extend life span, and fighting skin problems.

  • take
  • life span
  • and fighting
  • problems

Choose the underlined part that needs correction in the following sentence. 

Albany, a city on the Hudson River, was the capital of New York State since 1797.

  • a
  • on
  • was
  • the

Choose the underlined part that needs correction in the following sentence. 

Sequoyah, that worked on the alphabet for twelve years, finally completed it in 1823.

  • that
  • worked on
  • finally complete
  • in

Read the text and decide which answer best fits each space.

The world around us is very colorful. The place be very dull if there was no color. People like to surround themselves with things. Many years , people wanted to make themselves as colorful as the things they . They did this by making patterns on their bodies and themselves.

they learned to make cloth to cover their bodies, they tried to find ways and means of coloring it brightly. In time, they discovered the method of dyeing their .

People knew how to their clothes even before they knew to read or write. that time, men did not know how to make dye, so they got their colors from what they could find them.

Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question.

Man discovered fire many thousands of years ago. The first time he saw fire was probably when a tree struck by lightning. He soon learned how to make fire for himself. However, man probably made his first fire by rubbing two sticks together. Fire was very important to man. He needed fire to keep himself warm at night. He used fire to cook his food. He used fire to frighten away enemies and wild animals. In some parts of the world he used fire to signal messages. Red Indians, for example, used fire to make smoke signals. In some other countries, people lit fires to warn their friend of danger. Fire was also used to give light. Before the invention of the oil lamp, men used burning sticks as torches. And before man discovered gas and electricity, he hung small wire baskets from posts to light streets. One man even used fire to tell the time. He invented a candle clock. He made a candle that took exactly twelve hours to burn. Then he marked this candle in twelve equal parts. He lit the candle and could tell the time by counting the number of parts left of the burning candle. But the candle clock did not always work well. If there was a wind blowing on the candle, the flame burned too quickly.

The best title for the passage can be _____.

  • how fire was discovered.
  • the use of fire.
  • the danger of fire.
  • fire and candle.
How were the streets lit before gas and electricity were invented?
  • from a tree struck by lightning
  • from wire baskets hung on posts
  • from two sticks together
  • from a candle
Man probably used fire to do a lot of things EXCEPT:
  • to tell the time
  • to make swords
  • to send signal
  • to keep warm at night

Red Indians used fire _____.

  • to make gas and electricity
  • to frighten away enemies
  • to burn down trees
  • to send signal messages
According to the passage, man used the following to give light:
  • oil lamp
  • wire baskets
  • candle
  • all are correct

The first street lights were _____.

  • large bonfires
  • burning trees
  • candles
  • small fires in hanging baskets
How did man count the time from the candle clock?
  • He marked it in twelve parts.
  • He counted the burned parts.
  • He took a twelve- hour burning candle.
  • He made it burn in the wind.

The candle clock burned for ____.

  • one hour
  • a day
  • 12 hours
  • 12 days

Candles did not work well because _____.

  • it was easily blown away
  • it made flame
  • the wind could make it burn faster
  • the flame burned too quickly

The word “danger” most closely means _____.

  • threat
  • accident
  • fault
  • incident

Use the word given in capitals to form a word that fits in each gap. There is an example at the beginning (0).

Remembering your dreams

A team of (0) (science)…..scientists……, who have studied the subject of dreams, have come up with some (INTEREST)  conclusions. First of all, everybody, without exception, has them. Secondly, dreams can be of (PRACTICE)  value, acting as a (REMIND)  of things of importance that we need to do in our waking lives. If you dream of the punishment you may receive for not handing in your homework (PUNCTUAL) , for example, this may help you to do it on time. Indeed, things we are anxious about in our (DAY) lives often feature in our dreams. But it is hard to make sense of your dreams if you lack the (ABLE) to remember them in the first place. One recommendation is that you should keep a diary and pen by your bed, so you can write down your dreams as soon as they (OCCURRENCE) . You should concentrate on three aspects. Firstly, record the strongest emotion in your dream, whether it is fear, (ANGRY) or whatever. Then write down anything strange or (USUAL)  that happened and the names of the people who made an appearance in your dream. This way, according to the experts, you will have a (RELY)  and meaningful dream record, which will make for fascinating reading.

Read the passage and fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word. 

The only language that is easy to learn is one’s mother . And think how much practice that gets! Before the Second World War people usually learned a  language to read the literature of the country. Now speaking a foreign language is what most people want. Every year many millions of people started learning one.  do they do it? Some try  home with books and records of tapes; some use radio or television programs; some use computers and network;  go to evening classes.

If they use the language only two or three  a week, learning it will take a long time, like learning a foreign language at school. A  people try to learn a language fast by studying for 6 or more hours a day. It is clearly easier to learn a language in the country  it is spoken. However, most people cannot  this, and for many it is not necessary. They need the language in order  do their work.

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first. 

“Why don’t we go somewhere for a change?” said Mary. => Mary suggested ...........

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

The fridge was so heavy that we couldn’t move it. => The fridge was ..........

Combine the sentences into a new one, using the given word in the bracket. Do NOT change the word given.

The information I got from the assistant was so confusing that I didn’t know what to do. (SUCH)

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first. Do not change the word given.

Everyone thinks Alan will accept the job within the next few days. (EXPECTED)

=> Alan ............

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first. Do not change the word given.

It is not very likely that Angela will be given the leading role. (CHANCE)

=> Angela has .............