Đề thi chính thức vào 10 năm 2021 môn Anh - Sở GD&ĐT Vĩnh Long

6/21/2021 10:53:18 AM
Would you mind _____ the sentence aloud, please?
  • read
  • reading
  • be reading
  • be read
Space travel may cost millions; _____, few people in the world can afford it.
  • however
  • therefore
  • because
  • so
Dad asked the children _____ his tie was.
  • where
  • who
  • that
  • if
My roommate always turns _____ the music so loudly. It is very annoying.
  • out
  • off
  • for
  • on
My favorite item of clothing is the blue T-shirt _____ my mother bought for me.
  • which
  • who
  • whom
  • what
I don't know anything about plumbing, but if I knew, I _____ leak myself.
  • fixed
  • fix
  • will fix
  • would fix
I don't know that because I _____ today's newspaper yet.
  • don't read
  • am not reading
  • haven't read
  • didn't read
Yesterday, at the end of the city tour, the bus _____ us back to the hotel.
  • brought
  • brings
  • has brought
  • bring
According to the police, the house was _____ down by lightening.
  • burning
  • burnt
  • burn
  • burns
Jeans were expensive, _____?
  • were they
  • was it
  • weren't they
  • wasn't it
Look! This jacket is on _____. Let's buy it.
  • cost
  • help
  • sale
  • market
The church was badly _____ by the 1976 earthquake.
  • occurred
  • reached
  • repaired
  • damaged
These flowers often grow on river _____ and near streams.
  • stop
  • place
  • bank
  • wall
If factories pump their raw _____ into the sea, many fish will die out.
  • water
  • trash
  • sewage
  • spill
The _____ of electricity always increases in hot weather.
  • consume
  • consumption
  • consumes
  • consumed
Because of the outbreak of COVID-19, the course has been shortened _____.
  • consider
  • considerable
  • considerably
  • considering

- Nam: "I think we should all recycle our rubbish."

- Nick: "_____."

  • Yes, I agree
  • Yes, I'm glad to
  • I'm fine thanks
  • No, thanks

- Nam: "Would you like me to wash the dishes for you?"

- Nick: " _____. That's very kind of you."

  • Yes, please
  • No, you won't
  • You're right.
  • Nothing special
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • abroad
  • consist
  • label
  • attend
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • evidence
  • temperature
  • decorate
  • effective
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • site
  • kite
  • like
  • hit
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • wanted
  • loaded
  • planned
  • ended

Read the passage and choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen is one of the world's most famous clothes designers. He started working in an expensive clothes shop in London where he made clothes for people like Prince Charles and the Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev. the 1990s, he decided to work on his own and he his own fashion business.

Many rich and famous people became his customers and the clothes he made for them were often unusual. Magazines and newspapers liked to write about his clothes and about him. However, he wasn't always pleasant to journalists so they didn't always write nice things about him. But McQueen never cared what anyone said about him.

Unfortunately, he in 2010 when he was only 41 years old.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

"Can I have a day off tomorrow?" asked Emma.

  • Emma asked that she could have a day off tomorrow.
  • Emma asked if she can have a day off tomorrow.
  • Emma asked that if she could have a day off tomorrow.
  • Emma asked if she could have a day off the next day.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

We held the Environment Day at our school last week.

  • The Environment Day was held at our school last week.
  • The Environment Day was hold at our school last week.
  • Last week at our school, the Environment Day is held.
  • Last week at our school, the Environment Day is hold.
He seldom writes to me. I wish _____.
  • he writes to me more often
  • he wrote to me more often
  • he didn't write to me often
  • he doesn't write to me often
He can't see well _____.
  • unless he won't wear his glasses
  • unless he wears his glasses
  • if he not wear his glasses
  • if he won't wear his glasses

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

If you have decided to be a doctor or an engineer, it's easy to get information about how to become one. It's more difficult if you want to be an actor. Nobody can say, "First you do this, then you do that, and one day you're an actor". But I can tell you some things that will help.

Learning to be an actor usually starts at school. Drama lessons and clubs can teach students many things, including different ways of acting and how to write their own plays. Writing helps you understand a lot about acting. But even more important is learning to work in a group with other actors.

However, school lessons and clubs are only one part of learning about being an actor. Find small theatre groups near where you live - and don't worry about being the star! It doesn't matter if you only have one word to say in a play, it will still help you improve. You need to be on stage as much as possible, in a variety of different types of plays.

When you finish school, you should think about studying at university. Of course, it's possible to be an actor without going to university, but doing a theatre course is a good idea for some people. These courses may improve your acting, and also help you learn about a variety of subjects, such as business, history, music, and dance.

What is the best title for this text?
  • My Life as an Actor
  • How to Become an Actor
  • Different Types of Acting Jobs
  • Going to university may help
According to paragraph 1, if you want to become an actor, it's difficult to _____.
  • decide if it's a good job for you
  • find out what you need to do
  • tell people why you want it
  • compare with other jobs
The word "their" in paragraph 2 refers to _____.
  • schools'
  • lessons'
  • clubs'
  • students'
What advice does the writer give in paragraph 3?
  • Practice acting outside school.
  • Meet theatre stars who live near you.
  • Learn about all kinds of jobs in theatres.
  • Remember your words in the play.
The phrase "a variety of" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _____.
  • many
  • important
  • unnecessary
  • difficult

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Last year's storm was even more dangerous because it struck the village in night.

  • was
  • because
  • struck
  • in

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I invited Tim to my birthday party, so I haven't had a reply from him yet.

  • to
  • so
  • haven't had
  • him

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Most students in my class like our English teacher because he has a good mood of humour.

  • students
  • likes
  • because
  • mood

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The worst drought which it occurred last summer damaged all the fruit crop in the region.

  • The
  • which it
  • damaged
  • in