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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH LỚP 10 KHỐI PHỔ THÔNG CHUYÊN NGOẠI NGỮ - ĐHNN - ĐHQGHN
16-06-2011, 06:05 AM (Được chỉnh sửa: 16-06-2011 06:05 AM bởi tieude.)
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Music ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH LỚP 10 KHỐI PHỔ THÔNG CHUYÊN NGOẠI NGỮ - ĐHNN - ĐHQGHN
Part I: Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others in the same line:
1. A. weather B. unique C. highland D. ladder
2. A. experience B.hurricane C. volcano D. material
3. A. depend B. prepare C. predict D. forecast
4. A. tidal B. amount C. ancient D. heavy
5. A. tropical B. commercial C. disastrous D. extensive
Part 2: Choose the word or phrase that best substitutes the underlined in the sentences below.
6. Germination of seeds begins with the absorption of water, the swelling of the whole seed, and the cracking of the seed coat.
A. outer
B. entire
C. wet
D. stiff

7. In order to understand the concept of infinity, we must think in much broader terms than we are accustomed to.
A. used to
B. able to
C. confronted with
D. aware of

8. The home of Helen Keller was a crossroads where people gathered to discuss art, politics, and the state of the world.
A. huge rural estate
B. quiet refuge
C. central meeting place
D. national monument

9. The American Medical Association has called for the sport of boxing to be banned.
A. forbidden
B. regulated
C. studied
D. reorganized

10. The Little Foxes, a drama by Lillian Hellman, was first produced in New York in 1939.
A. play
B. novel
C. music
D. dance

11. The policy of separation of church and state has limited direct government support of private schools in the United States.
A. restricted
B. reversed
C. demanded
D. imposed

12. In the twentieth century, drugs markedly improved health throughout the world.
A. recently
B. consistently
C. supposedly
D. noticeably

13. The bald eagle is fond of fish and prefer to live near water.
A. likes
B. finds
C. hunts for
D. dives for

14. Rehoboth is probably Delaware's most famous seaside resort.
A. summer
B. holiday
C. beach
D. family

15. The most dramatic example of static electricity is lightning.
A. examination
B. instance
C. purpose
D. conductor

16. Surveying is the science of calculating exact distances and directions between points on the Earth's surface.
A. precise
B. local
C. obscure
D. great

17. Bone and ivory are light, strong, and accessible materials for Inuit artists.
A. available
B. beautiful
C. economical
D. natural

18. Ants follow scent trails so precisely that they can locate their nests without hesitation.
A. build
B. find
C. clean
D. fill

19. Although its takeoff in April 1981 was beset with delays, the space shuttle Columbia returned triumphantly two days later from its mission in the Earth's orbit.
A. staff
B. rescue
C. funding
D. launching

20. In the first decades of the 20th century, the individual gene could not be seen, but could be worked with fruitfully.
A. blindly
B. completely
C. productively
D. carefully
For questions 21-30 , choose the word or phrase that best complete each of the following conversations .
21. - Did you finish the report ? - Yes , but I wish I had known ___
A. how hard would it be
B. how hard it would be
C.would be hard
D .how would it be hard
22.-Why did Bob get into trouble ? - Someone heard him ___his views of the boss .
A.to express
B.expressing
C. expressed
D.was expressing
23.- What was the weather like yesterday ? - It was a ___afternoon
A. raining
B.rainy
C.rain
D.rained
24. - This traffic is terrible ! - You're right . People should ____
A.less use their cars
B.use less their cars
C. use their cars less
D. their cars use less
25. - Computers certainly have changed the world . - Yes , they make ___to store information
A. it easier for people
B. people easier
C.it easier
D. easier for people
26.- Are your parents coming to your concert ? . - Yes , but they seem to be nervous about ___playing
A. watching me than
B.watching me
C. watching than I am about
D. watch me
27. I want to buy that car . - ___its good qualities , is has one drawback
A. Although
B. Even
C. Nevertheless
D. Despite
28. - Those students study a lot . - Yes , ___the students here are very serious
A. most
B. almost
C. most of
D. almost of
29. - Which is more important : luck or effort ? - Luck is ___effort
A. of the same importance
B. the same importance as
C. of the same importance as
D. as the same importance as
30. - How did you do on the test ?
- No matter what the results __ , I plan to study harder next time
A. may
B. be
C. would be
D. may be
For question 31- 40 , read the 2 passages then choose the best answer for each question .
1st passage
NOTICE : TO ALL PATRONS OF THE BLUE WAVE FITNESS CENTER .
The management would like members to note that the Blue Wave Fitness Center is not liable for any items left in the lockers . Should you lose anything
from the locker , we regret that we will be unable to assist you in any way . Therefore , it is important that you make certain that your locker is kept locked while you are using our facilities . Also, security reasons , we do not keep a record of member's locker combination code , so it is vital that you remember the combination you choose .
31. Where would this notice be posted ?
A. In a changing room
B. At a railway station
C. In a rest room
D.In an office
32. What do members need to open their lockers ?
A. A key
B. Coins
C. A series of numbers
D. Nothing
33. Why do you think this notice was posted ?
A. The Blue Wave has suffered thefts recently
B. The Blue Wave has bought new lockers
C. The Blue Wave changed its management
D. The Blue Wave is looking for new members
2nd passage
Bears spend much of their time looking for food , and they are not choosy , gorging on insects , berries , nuts, small mammals, ham sandwiches , and garbage with equal relish . Despite this , the chief natural factor limitting a bear population is the food supply . Dr. Lynn Rogers has found that , contrary to popular belief , so - called garbage bears - those that visit town dumps or campsites - do not lose their ability to forage successfully for wild foods but are simply supplementing their diets with easy pickings . In fact , these enterprising bears grow faster , mature sooner , and reproduce earlier than those that depend only on wild foraging . Rogers has also found that dump -fed bears are the strongest and largest in the population . He and his crew once captured a male bear that weighed 611 pounds .
But easy living for the bears carries a price : those that stalk garbage dumps are easier targets for hunters and those that visit camps may terrify - if not injure - visitors . Some state wildlife agencies capture " nuisance " bears that have become too chummy with people and cart them off to less populated parts of the forest . The removal programs do not always work ; bears release 100 miles or more from their place of capture have reappeared in their old haunts .
34. The passage suggests that Dr. Lynn Rogers is a ___
A. writer who has published books about bears' feeding habits
B. naturalist whose concern is preserving bears' wild habitats
C. scientist who has studied dump- fed bears
D. trapper who captures live bears for zoos
35.According to the passage , which of the following assumptions about bears has been proved to be wrong ?
A. Some would rather eat wild foods than garbage .
B. They devote a lot of time to searching for food
C. Some do not fear campers and approach campsites readily
D. They lose their foraging ability after feeding at garbage dumps.
36.Which of the following is not true of bears that feed at garbage dumps and campsites ?
A. They grow at a relatively slower rate
B. They can be easily shot
C. They reproduce at an early age
D. They are sometimes relocated
37.It can be concluded from the passage that garbage bears are the strongest of the bears population because ____
A. Their natural predators are not found near garbage dumps
B. They can get more food by combining wild food and food from dumps
C. They have been known to travel distances of 100 miles or more
D. They get a lot of exercise climbing in and out of garbage cans
38. The word " those " used in lines 9 and 10 refers to __
A. vistors
B. dumps
C. hunters
D. bears
39. It can be inferred from the passage that bears contact with humans has resulted in ____
A. bears ' preference for life in the wild
B. both benefits and disadvantages to bears
C. an increased liketo a likelihood of the extinction of bears
D. bears' susceptibility to a variaty of diseases
40. According to the passage , the purpose of removal program is to __
A. clean out the dumps
B. shoot " nuisance " bears
C. settle bears in less populated areas
D. reduce the bears ' food supply
For questions 41- 55 , read the text below and decide which answer A, B , C or D best fits each space .
MENTORING
Many adults in America and increasing numbers elsewhere 41___part in mentoring schemes . A mentor is an adult who provides support and friendship to a young person . There are 42__different 43.___of mentoring : passing on skills, sharing experiences , offering guidance . Sometimes the most 44___thing to do is just listen . Mentoring is open to anybody - no particular 45___experience is repuired , just a desire to make a 46___to the life of a young person whp needs help . This may seem a difficult thing at frst , but many people find they have a real 47___for it .
The support of a mentor can play an important 48___in a child 's development and can often make up 49.___a lack of guidance in a young person' s life . It can also improve young people 's 50___towards society and build up their 51___in dealing with life's challenges . For the mentor , it can be incredibly rewarding to know that they have had a significant 52.__on a child and helped to give the best possible 53____in life . In deed , it is not only adults who are 54.__of taking on this role .There is now an increasing 55___for teenagers to mentor young children , for example by helping them with reading or other school work .
41. A. hold B. give C. take D.form
42.A. number B. numerous C. double D. massive
43. A. approach B. times C. supplies D . ways
44.A. helpful B. willing C. kind D. unlikely
45.A. trained B. difficult C. professional D. skilled
46. A. home B, switch C. difference D. distance
47.A. ability B. skill C. strength D. talent
48. A. piece B. part C. hope D. section
49. A. to B . for C. with D. over
50. A. attitude B. impression C. agreement D. conduct
51. A. work B. belief C. confidence D. hope
52. A. desire B. consequence C. experience D. influence
53. A. avaiability B. risk C. chance D. difficulty
54. A. able B. capable C. good D. efficient
55. A. want B. wish C. demand D. lack
Part II: Word forms (for Questions 56-65)
MEN AND WOMEN ARE NOT EQUAL HERE!
There is a big (56. DIFFER) …………. In the Bijago Islands off the west coast of Africa in the roles that men and women play. For example, men look after the children and wear jewelry and perfume when they go out. Women find building houses (57. PREFER) ……………… to shopping and do all kinds of jobs which men would (58. NORMAL) …………….. do in other countries. If they want a husband, they ask his mother’s (59. PERMIT) ………………… and do not need to obtain his (60 AGREE) …………. When they plan their (61, MARRY) …………. to him. Most men spend hours every day standing in front of a mirror brushing his hair and choosing nice clothes to wear.
“I don’t want to make any (62.CRITIC) ……….. of the women in our society, but I think it’s time that sexual (63. DISCRIMINATE) against men stopped,” one man said.“Some visitors to our islands find our customs very (64. AMUSE) ……… but I feel very (65.NERVE) ……… when any girl visits my mother,” another men said.

Cloze test (for Questions 66-70)

In Western countries, electricity, gas, and water are not luxuries but necessities. Companies now realize that consumers want products that will not (66) ………. Work effectively, but also save money.
For most North American households, lighting accounts for 10% to 15% of the electricity bill. However, this amount can be (67) …………….. by replacing an ordinary 100-watt light bulb with an energy-saving bulb. These bulbs use the quarter of the electricity of standard (68) …….. and last eight times longer. Therefore, consumers can save about US$7 to US$21 per bulb.
In Europe, there is a labeling scheme for fridges, freezers, washing machines and tumble driers. The label tells the consumers how (69) ……….. energy efficiency each model has, compared (70) ……….. other appliances in the same category.


Part III: Rewrite the following sentences:

71. Tom and Ken like many of the same things. (COMMON)
à Tom and ken have many things ……………………

72. It’s your decision whether we stay in or go out (UP)
à It’s …………………. whether we stay in or go out

73. I hope you enjoy yourself while you stay with Mabel. (DURING)
à I hope you enjoy yourself ………………… with Mabel

74. His daughter owns this flat (BELONGS)
à This …………………………….. his daughter

75. I started studying law in 2003 and I’m still studying law. (SINCE)
à I …………………………………………� �.. 2003.

76. I am sorry that I have caused you so much trouble. (APOLOGIZE)
à I ……………………………………… so much trouble

77. Jill doesn’t often walk to college. ( UNUSUAL)
à It’s …………………………………………� �.. walk to college

78. I don’t have enough money to buy a new camera (AFFORD)
à I …………………………………….. a new camera

79. My sister always talks when I’m watching my favourite TV programme. (HABIT)
à My sister has ……………………………………. when I’m watching my favourite TV programme.

80. Our team won and the visitors lost. (BEATEN)
à The visitors ……………………… our team.

81. He tries hard, but he cannot master English pronunciation.
à No matter how ……………………………………

82. Wherever he goes, his mother goes too.
à His mother ………………………………………….

83. The garage is going to repair the car for us next week.
à We are going ……………………………………….

84. No explanation is necessary
à It is …………………………………………� �……

85. I can meet you if you arrive before eleven
à So long …………………………………………� �..

86. Why don’t you ask her yourself?
à I suggest …………………………………………� �.

87. He would prefer you to pay him immediately.
à He’d rather you …………………………………..

88. Nobody can deny that he has a beautiful voice
à It can’t........................................... .

89. The furniture was so expensive that I didn’t buy it
à The furniture was too ………………………………..

90. He didn’t arrive in England until the end of December.
à It wasn’t…………………………………… …………

For questions 91-100, write a paragraph of about 100-120 words on the benefits of the Internet. Your paragraph must cover the following:

The Internet as a source of information

The Internet as a source of entertainment

The Internet as a source of education
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