Đề ôn luyện chuyên Anh vào 10 Sở Hà Nội số 5 (Listening)

7/12/2020 3:37:00 PM

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

Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer. 

‘Self-regulatory focus theory’ and leadership

Self-regulatory focus theory

People’s focus is to approach pleasure or avoid pain

Promotion goals focus on

Prevention goals emphasise avoiding punishment

Factors that affect people’s focus

The Chronic Factor

  • comes from one’s

The Factor

  • we are more likely to focus on promotion goals when with a
  • we are more likely to focus on prevention goals with our boss

How people’s focus affects them

Promotion Focus: People think about an ideal version of themselves, their and their gains.

Prevention Focus: People think about their ‘ought’ self and their obligations


Leadership behaviour and affects people’s focus

Transformational Leaders:

  • pay special attention to the of their followers
  • passionately communicate a clear
  • inspire promotion focus in followers

Transactional Leaders:

  • create to make expectations clear
  • emphasise the results of a mistake
  • inspire prevention focus in followers


Promotion Focus is good for jobs requiring

Prevention Focus is good for work such as a surgeon

Leaders’ actions affect which focus people use

(Cambridge IELTS 10, Test 3)

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 things that have recently happened to them at work.

While you listen, you must complete BOTH tasks.


For questions 1-5, choose from the list A-H what each speaker is talking about.

A. receiving an unwelcome visitor

B. being blamed for something

C. making a terrible mistake

D. receiving an unexpected offer

E. doing something uncharacteristic

F. resolving a misunderstanding

G. avoiding an argument

H. changing an opinion of someone

Speaker 1:

Speaker 2:

Speaker 3:

Speaker 4:

Speaker 5:


For questions 6-10, choose from the list A-H the main feeling each speaker is expressing.

A. amusement

B. anger

C. guilt

D. confusion

E. resignation

F. shock

G. suspicion

H. sadness

Speaker 1:

Speaker 2:

Speaker 3:

Speaker 4:

Speaker 5:

(Listening C1, CAE 2, Test 1)