Đề thi chính thức vào 10 năm 2020 môn Anh - Sở GD&ĐT Vĩnh Long

9/1/2020 4:25:00 PM
Family members _____ live apart always try to be home at ‘Tet’.
  • who
  • which
  • whom
  • they
Would you mind _____ that? I don’t quite catch on.
  • repeat
  • repeating
  • to repeat
  • repeated
I think television is an _____ means of communication.
  • effects
  • effect
  • effective
  • effectively
In England, turkey is _____ eaten on Christmas Day.
  • traditionally
  • traditions
  • tradition
  • traditional
If there were no oxygen on earth, life as we know _____ exist.
  • wouldn’t
  • didn’t
  • doesn’t
  • won’t
He _____ to sell the painting for months, but nobody wants it.
  • has tried
  • tried
  • does try
  • has try
She asked me _____ was too late to apply for the course.
  • it
  • that
  • that
  • if it
My son will _____ watching TV till midnight unless I tell him to stop.
  • turn on
  • turn off
  • go on
  • go out
My uncle _____ as a journalists years ago, but now he’s retired.
  • has worked
  • worked
  • is working
  • works
People believe that he was _____ by an alien. That's ridiculous.
  • captures
  • capturing
  • captured
  • capture
English is important today, _____?
  • isn’t it
  • isn’t that
  • is it
  • is that
The coach dropped us at the _____ to the village and we had to walk to my uncle’s farm.
  • visit
  • entrance
  • chance
  • journey
The interviewer asked me if I could speak any _____ languages.
  • overseas
  • abroad
  • foreign
  • outside
Do you know how many planets _____ the sun?
  • orbit
  • travel
  • move
  • go
Buddhism is the official _____ of Cambodia.
  • nation
  • capital
  • population
  • religion
Learning a foreign language can be difficult for most of us. _____, it’s quite easy for some people.
  • However
  • Therefore
  • Although
  • Because

Nam: “Where are you from?”

Min: “_____”

  • Well, I am a student.
  • I’m from Seoul, Korea.
  • I’m here only for two days.
  • From 17th to 18th of July.

Nam: “Do you think I should get Mary a CD for her birthday?”

Nick: “_____”

  • Yes, but make sure it isn’t one she’s already got.
  • How about waiting until tomorrow?
  • I think the red one looks better on you.
  • Are such ceremonies held in your country?

Read the passage and choose the correct word or phrase. 

THE HISTORY OF FARMING

   Before people started farming, they went to the forest to look plants or fruit, they could eat. This meant that people were moving all the time to find food. But about 12,000 years , in the Middle East, people began to grow food. These people were the first farmers. Farming made it possible for people to in one place and slowly their villages got bigger.

   Some people in the villages became free to do other work, like making clothes, the farmers could grow food for everyone. Unfortunately, farming was difficult when the weather was bad and then some people did not get enough food to eat. Today, farmers can more food and it travels thousands of kilometres from where it is grown to our homes.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Although I have tried very hard, I am not doing much progress with my English writing skill.

  • have
  • hard
  • doing
  • writing

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The pesticides which farmers spray them on their crops kill pests but they can also damage people’s health.

  • which
  • them
  • kill
  • damage

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Since this book was first published on 2006, over 50 000 copies have been sold.

  • was
  • on
  • copies
  • been

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I like wearing casual clothes at work though it makes me comfortable.

  • wearing
  • clothes
  • though
  • comfortable

I am not good at English but I wish _____.

  • I can speak well English
  • I could speak English well
  • I couldn't speak English
  • I am able to speak English well
Unless I wear my scarf, _____.
  • then I catch a cold
  • I will catch a cold
  • and I would catch a cold
  • I didn't catch a cold

Read the passage and choose the correct answer.

SPACE HOLIDAY

   Are you thinking of going on holiday in space? Well, you may not be able to go to the Moon, but you could consider a space tour! This kind of ‘holiday’ allows people to stay in space in a space station. Of course, it’s very expensive and you’d have to be a millionaire to afford it!

   First of all, it costs 30 million dollars! Secondly, there’s a pretty long waiting list - there are no free places for some years. Finally, you have to be very fit and healthy and do a lot of training to prepare yourself before you can go on this kind of holiday.

   So, why do people want to travel in space? Well, the answer seems to be the excitement and the fun of seeing Earth from above. Astronauts have described the view of Earth from space as absolutely breathtaking. Also, if you have enough to go on this kind of holiday, imagine the stories you’ll be able to tell your friends.

   If you’re feeling a bit down about not being able to be a space tourist, there is some hope for you in the future. Some people are now looking into the ideas of space hotels. Some Japanese designs look very exciting. If they are built, they will offer all the things you expect in a hotel. It will be interesting to see what they will be like. 

   For now, you will have to forget space holidays unless you are rich. I don’t know about you, but I’m going to visit a nice beach and relax in the sun. Maybe if I stay late, I can imagine I’m on the Moon as well!

Which of the following is a good title for this reading?

  • Space Holiday: Is it possibly true
  • The Reasons You Should Go on a Space Holiday
  • Space Holiday: Ready for Everyone Now
  • Space Holiday: the Moon Destination

Which of the following is NOT true, according to paragraph 2?

  • A space holiday may cost you thirty million dollars.
  • You cannot have a place on the holiday for some years.
  • You have to be in good health to go on this kind of holiday.
  • You don’t need any training before a space holiday.

The word “they” in paragraph 4 refers to _____.

  • space hotels
  • Japanese
  • spaceships
  • space tours

The word “breathtaking” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • highly dangerous
  • really disappointing
  • extremely beautiful
  • extremely cold

Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?

  • If you are rich, you can go on a space holiday tomorrow.
  • The writer will have a holiday nearer to home.
  • Space hotel will definitely offer us holidays in the future.
  • Japanese scientists have successfully built some space hotels.
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • bottle
  • destroy
  • erupt
  • behave
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • currency
  • disaster
  • celebrate
  • hurricane
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • tidal
  • shrine
  • sticky
  • describe
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • reached
  • washed
  • impressed
  • prayed

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given sentence.

"My parents expect me to get good grades." She said.

  • She said that his parents expected him to get good grades.
  • She told that her parents expected me to get good grades.
  • She said that her parents expected her to get good grades.
  • She told me her parents are expecting her to get good grades.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given sentence.

A huge tidal wave has destroyed several villages.

  • Several villages have been destroyed by a huge tidal wave.
  • By a huge tidal wave, several villages were destroyed.
  • Several villages have destroyed by a huge tidal wave.
  • Several villages has by a huge tidal wave been destroyed.