Đề thi tuyển sinh vào 10 năm 2019 của Đắk Lắk

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Đề thi tuyển sinh vào 10 năm 2019 của Sở GD&ĐT tỉnh Đắk Lắk

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

"Don't forget to submit your assignments by Thursday," said the teacher to the students.

  • The teacher encouraged the students to submit their assignments by Thursday.
  • The teacher ordered the students to submit their assignments by Thursday.
  • The teacher allowed the students to submit their assignments by Thursday.
  • The teacher reminded the students to submit their assignments by Thursday.

Choose the correct to indicate the sentence the best combines each of the following pairs of sentences.

The security guards caught a thief. He was attempting to steal a painting.

  • The thief which the security guards caught was attempting to steal a painting.
  • The security guards caught a thief who was attempting to steal a painting.
  • The security guards caught a thief whom was attempting to steal a painting.
  • The security guards caught a thief attempted to steal a painting.

Choose the correct to indicate the sentence the best combines each of the following pairs of sentences.

He was very tired. However, he agreed to help her with her work.

  • Despite being very tired, I agreed to help him with his work.
  • He was tired, so he agreed to help me with my work.
  • Though he was very tired, he agreed to help me with my work.
  • Tired though he was, but he agreed to help me with my work.

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

  • sugar
  • mosque
  • compulsory
  • sightseer
Choose the correct answer to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from those of the rest in the following question.
  • defeated
  • developed
  • looked
  • finished

Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.

  • hamburger
  • champagne
  • casual
  • advance

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • dynamite
  • evidence
  • government
  • expensive

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • luggage
  • sample
  • spacecraft
  • remote

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

The coffee festival occured in March. Thus, we couldn't attend it on our trip last month.

  • took off
  • happened
  • held
  • halted

Choose the correct answer to indicate the phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in the following question.

The most disastrous earthquake in Japanese history damaged Tokyo and Yokohama and killed about 150,000 people.

  • beneficial
  • informative
  • devastating
  • wealthy

Choose the correct answer to indicate the meaningful sentence that is built from the given words in the folling question.

It/ be / awful/ weather/ that/ students/ not go/ picnic/.

  • It was so awful weather that the students couldn't go for a picnic.
  • It was such awful weather that the students couldn't go for a picnic.
  • It was such awful weather that the students can't go for a picnic.
  • It was such an awful weather that the students couldn't go a picnic.

Choose the correct answer.

Many companies don't treat their sewage before discharging it into rivers ______ the process takes so much money.

  • so that
  • since
  • although
  • due to

Today in Vietnam there are many designers who have added patterns to the Ao dai in order to make it more _____.

  • fashionable
  • fashion
  • fashionably
  • fashionista

Choose the correct answer to indicate the correct answer in the following question.

West and East Malaysia are _______ by about 640km of the sea.

  • related
  • cut
  • separated
  • comprised

If you want to have a chest of drawers made, you must call ______.

  • a carpenter
  • a plumber
  • an artist
  • a mechanic

Mary: "What a nice piece of shoes you're wearing."

Peter: "_______."

  • Don't worry
  • No problem
  • You're welcome
  • Thanks a lot

Choose the correct answer to indicate the correct answer in the following question.

Energy-saving bulbs should be used in every household to help save ______.

  • electric
  • electrical
  • electrician
  • electricity

John wishes he ______ an astronaut when he grows up.

  • were
  • would be
  • had been
  • will be

The pianist was awful! I think that's _____ performance I've ever heard.

  • as badly as
  • as bad as
  • worse than
  • the worst

He was advised _____ up the tent before it got dark.

  • put
  • not to put
  • putting
  • to put

Not many people have turned out to watch the festival, ______?

  • have they
  • don't they
  • do they
  • haven't they

Christopher Colombus _______ America more than 500 years ago.

  • discovered
  • has discovered
  • had discovered
  • had been discovering

The music is making me nearly deaf. Could you please ______ it ______?

  • look/ out
  • turn/ up
  • put/ off
  • turn/ down

- Tourist: "Could you show me the way to the supermarket, please?"

- Pedestrian: "_____."

  • It's quite near here
  • Big C is the biggest supermarket here
  • You can go there by bus
  • Take the first turning on the left. It's only a five-minute walk

Choose the correct answer to indicate the correct answer in the following question.

I waited _______ half an hour, and _____ last she came.

  • for/ in
  • at/ at
  • for/ at
  • in/ at

Choose the correct answer to indicate the correct answer in the following question.

It ______ rain this evening. Why don't you take an umbrella?

  • might
  • would
  • had better
  • must

Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

DANGER FACING ANTARCTICA

Antarctica is becoming a popular tourist destination and for over 5 decades there a dramatic increase in visitors to the area. Some tourists simply want to see last unspoiled continent, while some others have more active pursuits such as adventure sports mind. And of course, there are also adventurous souls who want to follow in the footsteps of the great polar explorers. , environmentalists are concerned that the booming tourist industry may be the Antarctic environment and sowing the seeds of its own destruction.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The top leaders of ASEAN have been considering the recommendation that East Timor admit to the bloc.

  • leaders
  • have been considering
  • admit
  • to

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

John always arrives lately for his chemistry class even though he leaves his domitory in plenty of time.

  • leaves
  • lately
  • always
  • in plenty of time

Choose the answer to indicate the underlined part that is INCORRECT in each of the following questions.

Eistein is said to be felt very bad about the application of his theories to the creation of weapons of war.

  • be felt
  • application
  • bad
  • to

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer in each of the following questions.

SLEEPING IN SPACE

Sleeping in space is different from sleeping on Earth. There is almost no gravity in space, so your body can float around. You don't need a soft bed because your body doesn't rest on the bed. It floats a little bit above it. You don't get tired of sleeping on air. Astronauts can sleep in special sleeping compartments, or they can sleep in sleep bags. The sleeping bags are attached to the walls. Astronauts can don eyeshades to block out the light and earplugs to block out noise. That's something that some people on Earth do, too.

Astronauts are scheduled for eight hours of sleep every day. That's the same amount of sleep that most adults on Earth require. Astronauts Eileen Collins explains, "As far as sleeping, you can sleep anywhere you want in the orbiter. Usually, you look for a place that's quiet. We talk among ourselves as to who's going to sleep where, and on both of my flights I elected to sleep in the middeck with my head close enough to the stairs so that I could go up to the flight deck immediately if there were a problem. I find that to be a rather quiet place. You've got the fans going. I sleep very well in space. We're scheduled for eight hours' sleep, although I don't usually sleep the whole time. I find it very easy to sleep in space. You don't have any pressure points. You don't have to roll around - going to your right side and then to your left side - sleeping in space is very comfortable." Eileen Collins is lucky. Most astronauts don't sleep well in space.

According to the reading passage, which statement is NOT TRUE?

  • In space, astronauts can sleep in a special sleeping compartment or in a sleeping bag.
  • Astronauts don't have to roll around when sleeping in space.
  • Because of the weightlessness, astronauts have to sleep on a soft bed.
  • Both astronauts and people on Earth can use eye shades and ear plugs to block out out the light and noise.

Why do you think the sleeping bags are attached to the walls?

  • So that the astronauts won't fall down.
  • So that the astronauts will be comfortable.
  • So that the astronauts won't float.
  • So that the astronauts won't get lost.

In paragraph 1, the word gravity means the force that _____.

  • powers spaceships as they move through space
  • make sit possible to travel in space
  • helps things grow
  • causes objects to move to the center of the Earth

In paragraph 1, what does the word "It" refer to?

  • a soft bed
  • your body
  • gravity
  • sleeping in space

What can be inferred from the reading passage?

  • Eileen Collins doesn't like sleeping in space.
  • Sleeping in space is unlike sleeping on Earth.
  • Most astronauts feel comfortable sleeping in space.
  • Astronauts are timed for seven hours of sleep everyday.

Choose the correct answer to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following sentences.

It's raining heavily, so we can't pack up and leave.

  • If it isn't raining heavily, we will pack up and leave.
  • The heavy rain doesn't prevent us from packing up and leaving.
  • Were it not raining heavily, we would pack up and leave.
  • As the rain is not heavy, we pack up and leave.