Đề ôn luyện chuyên Anh vào 10 Sở Hà Nội số 1 (Listening)

6/29/2020 3:46:00 PM

Listen to the audio and fill in the blanks. You can hear the audio TWICE.

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer. 

Ocean Biodiversity

Biodiversity hotspots

areas containing many different species

important for locating targets for

at first only identified on land

Boris Worm, 2005

identified hotspots for large ocean predators, e.g. sharks

found that ocean hotspots:

- were not always rich in

- had higher temperatures at the

- had sufficient in the water

Lisa Ballance, 2007

looked for hotspots for marine

found these were all located where ocean currents meet

Census of Marine Life

found new ocean species living:

- under the

- near volcanoes on the ocean floor

Global Marine Species Assessment

want to list endangered ocean species, considering:

- population size

- geographical distribution

- rate of

Aim: to assess 20,000 species and make a distribution for each one

Recommendations to retain ocean biodiversity

increase the number of ocean reserves

establish corridors (e.g. for turtles)

reduce fishing quotas

catch fish only for the purpose of

(Source: Listening, Cambridge IELTS 11)

Listen to the audio and fill in the blanks with the correct letters. You will hear the audio TWICE.

You will hear five short extracts in which people are talking about an occasion when they came into contact with a well-known celebrity.

While you listen, you must complete BOTH tasks.


For questions 1-5, choose from the list A-H what each speaker says about coming into contact with a celebrity.

A. I failed to recognise the person.

B. I realised I had forgotten something.

C. I insisted on something.

D. I was upset by personal criticism.

E. I had been given incorrect information.

F. I was pleasantly surprised.

G. I refused a request.

H. I was amused by something.

Speaker 1:

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Speaker 5:


For questions 6-10, choose from the list A-H the opinion each speaker gives about the celebrity.

A. He/She became more agitated than necessary.

B. He/She enjoyed causing trouble.

C. He/She appeared totally at ease.

D. He/She expected too much privacy.

E. He/She seemed insincere.

F. He/She wasn’t able to cope with fame.

G. He/She talked down to me.

H. He/She eventually accepted the regulations.

Speaker 1:

Speaker 2:

Speaker 3:

Speaker 4:

Speaker 5: