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Đề thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 Phổ Thông Chuyên Ngữ


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Đề thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 Phổ Thông Chuyên Ngữ 

- Năm học: 2002 - 2003: (Thời gian: 150 phút)





Ms. ĐÀO HẠNH - giảng viên 2 ngành tiếng TRUNG & tiếng ANH
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PART I:
I. Give the correct form of the verb in brackets.
1. When I (1-buy).... my new house I (2 - ask) .... for a telephone. The Post Office (3- tell)... me (4-wait) ...., but I 95 - wait) .... a year now and my phone still ( 6 - not come)....
2. When I (7 - get).... back after lunch, Jean ( 8 - tell) .... me that somebody (9-phone) ...when I (10 - be ).... out.
3. I. (11- stay).... in England for a few weeks now. You see, I (12 - be)... a businessman and I (13 - want)... to improve my English. I (14 - attend) ... a special course in business English at the moment. The course (15- last) .... three weeks.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

II. Give the correct form of the words given to complete the passage.
Architects responsible for the (1-construct) ... of many skyscrapers believe that a fall building must always have a certain minimum (2 - wide)... but that there is no limit to its absolute (3 - high).... This means that the skyscrapers of the future are likely to be even taller.
Engineers agree with this, but there is ( 4 - agree)... over the best shape for the tall, slim buildings. The effects of wind ( 5 - press).... mean that cylindrical designs have enjoyed some ( 6-popular)... in recent years, and these are quite pleasing to be eyes. ( 7 - fortunate)..., however, the ideal shape is an ugly square with heavily rounded corners.
Would these tall building of the future offer more than a ( 8-wonder)... view? Some believe tall towers could contain all the ( 9 require)... for modern living. The ( 10- inhabit).... of these vertical villages would travel up and down between their home and work zones and would rarely need to journey to ground level.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
III. Fill in each numbered blank with a most suitable word.
Around the age of sixteen, you must make one of the biggest (1).... of your life. Do I stay on at (2)... and hopefully go on to university later? Do I leave and start (3)... or beginning a training course?
The decision (4).... yours, but it may be worth remembering two (5)... There is more unemployment among people (6)... haven't been to university, and people who have the right skills will have a big advantage in the competition for (7)... If you decide to go straight into a job, there are many opportunities (8)... training.
Getting qualifications will help you to get more quickly in many careers, and evening classes allow you to learn while you earn. Starting work and taking a break to study (9).... you are older is another possibility. This way, you can (10)... up money for your student days, as well as getting practical work experience.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
IV. There is one mistake in each following sentence. Identify it and rewrite the whole sentence.
1. These lessons are very interested
.................................................. ..................................
2. They are looking forward to see her again.
.................................................. ..................................
3. There is a few water in the pot.
.................................................. ..................................
4. Last week he had his head - phone repair at that shop
.................................................. ..................................
5. He didn't go to that meeting, was he?
.................................................. ..................................
PART II
I. Read the passage and circle the best answer (a, b, c, d)
Harvard University is situated along the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The university is now a sprawling complex of more than four hundred buildings, housing classrooms, laboratories and libraries.
The Harvard faculty has produced 27 Nobel laureates and more than 20 winners of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize. Today the university has more than 16,000 students and over 2,300 full-time faculty members.
Harvard is consistently ranked as one of the best schools in America and the world. And it is considered a leading international research institution. The university owesits reputation as a centre for academic excellence to its professional and graduate schools, as well as to its undergraduate program. The Medical, Law, Business and Divinity schools are leaders in their fields, attracting top students around the world.
Beginning in the 1930s, Harvard made a conscious effort to recruit students from all over the United Stated, not just the eastern part of the nation. More recently, the University has pursued policies to increase the number of women and minority students on campus. A long tradition of modification and change continues, but the commitment to excellence remains at the heart of Harvard education.
1. Which of the following statements is true?
A. The Harvard University has won 27 Nobel Prizes.
B. The Harvard graduates have won 27 Nobel Prizes.
C. The Harvard Faculty has won more than 20 Pulitzer Prizes.
D. The Harvard graduates have won 27 Nobel Prizes but no Pulizer Prizes.
2. Harvard includes three of the following except.
a. professional school b. graduate programme
c. job training programme d. undergraduate programme
3. Three of the following are the famous schools in Harvard . Which is the exception?
a. Medical School b. Mathematics School
c. Divinity School d. Business School
4. Since 1930s, Harvard has fried hard to enroll students from
a. all over the United States b. all over the world
c. eastern part of the country d. western part of Europe
5. Harvard has managed to increase the number of... students on campus.
a. top b. Asian
c. women and minority d. women and black.
II. Circle the best answer to complete the following passage.
Visitors to Britain are always complaining about English food. But they do not really know what they are talking about because they rarely get a chance (1)... it. Most of the (2).... in large towns have foreign (3).... who serve foreign food (4)... visitors are invited (5)... in and English home their (6)... often feel they must (7)... them something foreign and exotic.
Those of us who (8)... know English food are aware that at its best in can be (9).... very good. On the other (10)... it is true to say that it is sometimes terrible. Part of the problem is that we are not really interested in food - we eat to live, we do not live to eat. So we don't generally (11)... the necessary time and effort which are needed to cook really good meals. We (12).... food that is simple and easy to cook, (13) ... ready prepared food which only needs (14)... before eating.
You can find the best food in the country away from the large towns, where life is (15)..... and people are not in such a hurry. But, of course, most visitors come to London. They come because they are interested in shopping and sightseeing. They do not come to find the food. So why should they complain about it?
1. a to think b. to cook c. to eat d. to fetch
2. a. dining-rooms b. dining - halls c. restaurants d. stores
3. a. owners b. visitors c. eaters d. guests
4. a. The b. When c. No d. Any
5. a. drinking b. eat c. to eat d. to drink
6. a. masters b. owners c. hosts d. keepers
7. a. fetch b. take c. carry d. offer
8. a. do b. did c. don't d. didn't
9. a. hardly b. really c. never d. point
10. a. side b. way c. hand d. point
11. a. cost b. spend c. kill d. occupy
12. a. would rather b. prefer c. hate d. take
13. a. or b. nor c. but d. neither
14. a. heat b. heated c. heating d. hot
15. a. slower b. quicker c. slowly d. quickly
III. Fill in each numbered blank with one of the words given.
A. when B. missed C. went D. because E. discover
F. catch G. angry H. late I. ran J. clock
I had a very bad day yesterday. Everything (1)... wrong. In the morning, my alarm (2).... didn't ring so I woke up an hour )3)... I was in such a hurry that I burned my hand (4)... I was making breakfast. Then I ran out of the house to (5)... the 8.30 bus, but of course (6)... it. I was very unhappy (7)... my teacher gets (8)... if anyone is late for class. I (9)... three miles to the school only to (10)... that it was Sunday.
PART III
I. Rewrite the following sentences in such a way that their original meanings are unchanged.
1. Who does this book belong to?
- Whose............................................. ...................................
2. I didn't learn my lesson so I got a bad mark.
- If I .................................................. ...................................
3. She started work for that company a year ago.
- She's been.............................................. .............................
4. It's a pity I didn't take my doctor's advice
- I wish.............................................. ...................................
5. It's a three hour drive from Hanoi to Hai phong.
- It takes............................................. ..................................
II. Write a short paragraph about Albert Einstein using the prompts given.
1. Albert Einstein/ born/1897/ Germany/ die/ 1955
.................................................. ............................................
2. He/ graduate/ University of Zurich/ 1905
.................................................. ............................................
3. 1919/ win/ the Nobel Prize/ Physics.
4. 1919 to 1933/ live/ Germany/ travel/ lot/ talk/ scientists
5. 1933/ leave Germany/ United States/ live/ until/ death


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Ms. ĐÀO HẠNH - giảng viên 2 ngành tiếng TRUNG & tiếng ANH
- phong cách giảng dạy ngoại ngữ chuẩn quốc tế -
Mail: daohanh86@gmail.com - 0978.020.636
www.daohanhclass.blogspot.com

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