Đề thi chính thức Anh Chuyên vào 10 Chuyên Sư Phạm năm 2011

4/11/2019 8:04:00 AM
Đề thi tuyển sinh vào trường THPT Chuyên ĐHSP Hà Nội năm 2011. Môn thi: Tiếng Anh. Dành cho thí sinh thi vào chuyên Anh.

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others in each group.

  • struggle
  • reduction
  • multiply
  • endure

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

  • challenge

  • achievement

  • character

  • speech

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

  • agency

  • satisfactory
  • emigrate
  • endangered

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others in each group.

  • rag

  • generous

  • injure

  • orphanage

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

  • amused
  • cooked
  • laughed
  • increased

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group.

  • departure
  • institute
  • waterfall
  • heritage

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group

  • Arabian
  • Mexican
  • Brazilian
  • Malaysian

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

  • manufacture
  • unemployment
  • citizenship
  • competition

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group

  • recycle
  • memorial
  • convenient
  • decompose

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group

  • academic
  • superstitious
  • presidential
  • accessible

_____ the hamster's basic diet is vegetarian, some hamsters also eat insects.

  • Despite
  • Although
  • Regardless of
  • Consequently

He's a very _____ worker. If he says he'll do something, he does it.

  • reliable
  • inflexible
  • dictatorial
  • ambitious

I only asked if he'd put on a bit of weight and he _____ it completely the wrong way.

  • took
  • went
  • confirmed
  • had

I'm tired of moving from town to town and I'd like to settle _____ in one place.

  • up
  • on
  • down
  • through

Computers have certainly changed the world by making _____ to store information.

  • it easier for people
  • it easier people
  • people easier
  • easier for people

I was ill that day; otherwise, I _______ the football match.

  • took part in
  • would take part in
  • would have taken part in
  • had taken part in

I'll do my best to finish the report by Friday, but in all _____, it won't be ready till Monday.

  • chance
  • likelihood
  • possibility
  • opportunity

There is water below the earth's surface ______ everywhere.

  • most
  • in
  • most of
  • almost

Gravity, _____ by Issac Newton, has been widely applied in physics.

  • discover
  • discovered
  • discovering
  • to discover

Not only _____ among the largest animals that ever lived, but they are also among the most intelligent.

  • they are whales
  • whales
  • some whales
  • are whales

Read the text below and look carefully at each sentence. If a sentence is correct, enter '0' in the blank. If the sentence has the words that should not be there, write the words in the blank. There is an example at the beginning.


The problem with hobbies is that they can so easily to take over, and I mean that in every sense [to]. 

They either monopolize your life, making too many demands on your time, or, worse than, they physically invade your living space . One friend of mine is haunted by the desire to collect bottles . This passion, which it started quite by chance five years ago , has now reached an absurd stage, where he has in fact had to rebuild his house to keep with the 3429 (at the last count) selected exhibits . Some of his bottles are indeed worth having, including and an example of the very first Coca Cola design, a hand-painted wine bottle from the 1920s, and some rather so attractive milk bottles , which carry brightly-colored images up of advertising . However, that the overwhelming majority are the plain ordinary and should have been taken away to a bottle bank since years ago . The reason he has hung onto them for all of this time is far away from clear , though I suppose that being true of all hobbies . Once they have taken you over, you become a mere slave to the obsession . If only my friend had chosen bottle tops - such as a collection would fill three drawers at most !

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in capitals at the end.


The Real Walkers Company offers a selection of small group walking holidays which explore some delightful hidden corners of Europe, the Americas, and Australasia. There is something for everyone to enjoy on these holidays, (REGARD) of age or level of (FIT) . The brochure includes various destinations and a range of itineraries. These range from sightseeing tours of (HISTORY) cities to undemanding walking trips in unspoiled coastal and rural regions and, for the more (ADVENTURE) traveler, challenging mountains or hill-walking expeditions. But it would be (FAIR) to give the impression that these holidays are just about walking. According to the brochure, an (ENJOY) of walking is often the thing that brings together a group of like-minded people, who share the (PLEASE) of good companionship in (ATTRACT) surroundings. The company believes that its tour leaders are the key to its success. These people are (FULL) trained and are particularly keen to (SURE) that each individual traveler makes the most of their trips.

You are going to read a magazine article about a young mother whose house was burgled. For questions 46-55, choose the correct answer.

Lisa Tyler was weary after a long, hard day at the pottery factory where she works. But as she approached her home in the English city of Stoke-on-Trent, her heart lightened: soon she would be having a nice cup of tea, putting her feet up and watching "Friends", her favorite TV series. But first, she needed to change out of her work clothes and pick up her three-year-old son from his grandmother's house nearby.

As Lisa walked up to her garden path, she noticed a light flashing on and off in an upstairs bedroom. A shiver went down his back. What if it was a burglar? Quietly, she crept round to the back of the house to see if there was any sign of a break-in. Sure enough, a window was open and someone's coat was hanging on the gatepost!

Well, 26-year-old Lisa didn't fancy coming face to face with a burglar, so she ran to a neighbor's house and rang the police. But as she sat waiting for the police to arrive, Lisa's curiosity got the better of her and she decided to go back and see what was going on. That's when she saw a leg coming out of the downstairs front window. It was a man climbing out. Lisa gasped in shock. The burglar was carrying her portable television!

At this point, Lisa saw red. She didn't have many possessions and she'd saved long and hard to buy that set. Besides nobody was going to stop her from watching "Friends".

"Oh no you don't," she muttered under her breath, as the fury swelled inside her. Without even stopping to think, she tore across the garden and started shouting at the burglar. 'Give me my TV- drop it now!' she screamed.
Ignoring her, the man fled across the garden. So Lisa threw herself at him and successfully rugby-tackled him to the ground. The burglar struggled to escape, but Lisa hung on like the best kind of guard dog despite being punched and kicked. As she looked up, she realized that she recognized the burglar's face. She was so surprised that she lost her grip and the burglar got away, leaving the TV behind in the garden.

By the time the police and her father arrived, Lisa was in tears. 'I can't believe you were so foolish, Lisa,' scolded her father. "You could have been killed."
"I know, but at least he didn't get my TV," she replied.

Lisa later remembered the name of the burglar, who had been in the same year as her at school. He was later caught and jailed for 15 months after admitting burglary and assault. In May last year, Lisa was given a Certificate of Appreciation by Staffordshire Police for her 'outstanding courage and public action'. But in the future, she intends to leave household security to a new member of her family, Chan, who is a real guard dog.

How was Lisa feeling as she walked home from work?

  • tired
  • anxious
  • depressed
  • relieved

What does "pick up" in paragraph 1 mean?

  • contact
  • visit
  • collect
  • check

What first led Lisa to think there was a burglar in her house?

  • Something had been broken.
  • Something had been left outside.
  • Something was in the wrong place.
  • Something was moving outside.

Why didn't Lisa wait in her neighbour's house until the police arrived?

  • She was worried about losing her televison.
  • She wanted to know what was happening
  • She noticed something from her neighbour's window.
  • She realised that the burglar was leaving.

What does "Lisa saw red" in paragraph 4 mean?

  • She got impatient.
  • She felt frightened.
  • She got angry.
  • She felt brave.

What happened when Lisa shouted at the burglar?

  • He tried to explain why he was there.
  • He fell over as he ran towards her.
  • He pretended not to have heard her.
  • He dropped the TV and attacked her.

What did Lisa's father do when he arrived?

  • He told her off.
  • He comforted her.
  • He praised her.
  • He argued with her.

How was the burglar caught?

  • Lisa was able to describe him.
  • He was found at another burglary.
  • Lisa realised she could indentify him.
  • He was already known to the police.

Despite having beaten the burglar to the ground, Lisa couldn't keep him for long because______

  • she was hit by the burglar
  • the police and her father arrived then
  • she was astounded to have known the burglar before
  • the burglar was much stronger than her

What is Lisa going to do after this incident?

  • To work for the safety of her neighbourhood
  • To visit the burglar in prison
  • To move and live at her parents'
  • To have her house looked after by a dog

Read a magazine article about an actress. 6 paragraphs have been removed from the article. Choose the most suitable paragraph from the list A-G for each part (56-60) of the article. There is one extra paragraph which you do not need to use. There is an example at the beginning (0).

A. "I didn't like school and I spent most of my time in my head." One of the teachers noticed that. She'd say, "I'm not going to repeat that for Nyree Porter because she's not listening anyway. No doubt she'll let me have the sketch she's doing under the desk."

B. Her mother also did well at school. She became a gifted painter and was, as her father always said, "The prettiest girl in New Zealand."

C. Against hundreds of other actors, Nyree was given the part. She had no hesitation in giving up everything to act and within two years had been brought to England by a famous film producer.

D. By the time she left school, Nyree had passed all the required exams for teaching ballet. She had her own dance studio and enjoyed her work. Bt somethig told her that at some stage she would have to leave New Zealand to find full satisfaction.

E. Nyree was born on the north island of New Zealand. Her father was a butcher who later became a developer and a businessman. She was given the Maori name of Ngaire which was later changed to its present English form as nobody could pronounce it.

F. Sadly, that didn't happen. "My parents were like oil and water," explains Nyree. "They simply couldn't live together. My father's work kept him away from home but I think it was partly because he found it difficult to live with my mother."

G. "It stopped me dead and instead of joining the other performances I walked down to the front of the stage to find out what that noise was."


After an upbringing in New Zealand and a spell acting in her own country, Nyree Dawn Porter made London her home. Interview by Alan O'Kelly.

Nyree Dawn Porter made her first stage appearance at the age of three. Playing the part of a ladybird in an amateur production of Noah's Ark, she walked onto the stage and into the lights to delighted applause and laughter (0)G.

"That noise" has charmed her ever since and in a long, successful career, both on the theatre stage and on television, she has received plenty of it.

Nyree speaks lovingly of her father Ken, who was warm and affectionate and loved music passionately. For a long time, she was an only child, but when her sister, Merle Isabel, came along, the happy family should have been complete.

As a result, Nyree remembers her childhood as being sad but productive. She had a nervous stammer and was so shy and quiet that her teachers became extremely worried about her. She found her release through books, painting, and ballet.

A teacher name Jim Goodall came to her rescue by encouraging her to do well and by making her president of the drama club. A second influential person was another teacher, who had spent a lot of time in England and France. The teacher enthusiasm helped Nyree to use her natural gift for French and she also encourages Nyree to act.

"I was acting in a local amateur production when a woman came to my dressing room and asked me if I had ever considered acting as a career. She was the wife of the leading actor at the New Zealand National Theatre. Her car had broken down outside and that was the only reason she had come in. She arranged for me to try for a role in an American comedy called The Solid Gold Cadillac."

"I love London and my lucky break came when I was given a letter of introduction to Hazel Vincent Wallace at the Leatherhead Theatre. I got a job in a Christmas show, both acting, and dancing." Nyree Dawn Porter has adopted England, and England has adopted her, too. She has lived in England ever since, although she does visit her old home and regularly works in Australia.

Choose the correct word that best fits the blank space in the following passage


A superhero is a fictional character with special powers. the first Superman story was written in the USA in 1983, superheroes have in various comic books around the world. But more recently they have better known as film characters. superhero powers vary widely, superhuman strength and the ability to fly are common. superheroes do not have special powers but have other important abilities. In order to protect friends and family, a superhero's identity is normally secret, which often means superheroes have a complicated double life. have been successful superheros in countries other than the USA. Examples Cybersix from Argentina and the heroes of AK Comics from Egypt. Japan is the only country that has created as many superhero characters as the USA. However, most Japanese superheroes are short-lived. While American entertainment companies reinvent superhero, they will stay popular, Japanese companies frequently introduce new characters.

Fill in the gaps in the following text with an appropriate word.

Dear Mary, I'm sorry for not having written for so long, but I've busy with exams. They're over now, thank goodness, and I am relaxing for a while and writing letters to all friends. I was looking forward to to the beach, but unfortunately, the weather has turned quite cold all of a sudden. You have finished your exams too. How were they? I hope you them all. We are about to get the results next week so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. If I studied a bit harder in the first term, I wouldn't have anything to worry about. I did try to up for the lost time, but you know how it is. I've been to phone Jacqui, but I can't seem to get to her. Has her number changed? Can you tell me if you know about this? I better finish now as it's very late. Write back soon.

Love, Claudia

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

There is no ice cream left.

=> We have ..........

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

She went to see the film three times because she enjoyed it so much.

=> She found the film ..........

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

"If you don't take any exercise you won't be healthy," the doctor told me.

=> The doctor warned me ..........

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

I don't want to go to work late in the morning.

=> I would ..........

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

Adam behaves so well that all his teachers and friends love him.

=> Adam's ..........

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

The number of people who attended the exhibition exceeded our expectation.

=> More people ..........

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

Everyone thinks that she made the cake all by herself.

=> She is ..........

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

It is possible that the thieves entered the building by breaking a window at the back.

=>The thieves may ..........

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

"I'll definitely take you to the park on Sunday," Tom said to the children.

=>Tom promised to ..........

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

No matter what happens, we will never do business with that company again.

=> Under no ..........

Write an opinion paragraph of about 120-150 words about the benefits of the Internet on students' lives.

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