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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
TỈNH PHÚ N
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề thi có 06 trang)
ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH THPT CHUYÊN LƯƠNG VĂN CHÁNH
NĂM HỌC 2013-2014
Môn: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài:120 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
---Điểm bằng số ---Điểm bằng chữ Họ tên và
chữ ký GK1
Họ tên và
chữ ký GK2
(Do Chủ tịch HĐ
chấm thi ghi)
Thí sinh làm bài trên đề thi.
Thí sinh khơng được sử dụng tài liệu. Giám thị không giải thích gì thêm.
I. You will hear a conversation about an art club. Listen and complete each question. You will
hear the conversation twice. (1.5 points)
Museum Art Club
Day : (1)________
Begins at : (2)________
Next week they will make : (3)________
One meeting costs : (4)________
Place : (5)________ in the museum
Bring : (6)________
PHONETICS AND VOCABULARY
I. Choose a word in each line that has different stress pattern. (1 point)
1. A. forecast B. grandmother C. problem D. report
2. A. interview B. activity C. addition D. imagine
3. A. dormitory B. dynamite C. decorate D. disappear
4. A. exist B. extensive C. energy D. environment
1. 2. 3. 4.
II. Give the correct form of the word in capitals (2 points)
A NEW GENERATION OF MOBILE PHONES ?
Mobile phones have increased in popularity over the last few years, and
these days almost everyone has one. We (1)________ use them mainly
to make calls and to send text messages. Soon, however, information
such as exactly where you are, to the (2)________few metres, may be
available through a mobile. This could be extremely (3)________ if
you got lost, say when driving a car. There is now no (4)________
reason why your phone shouldn’t also be able to tell you that you are
entering an area of high (5)________ activity. Such technology has
been available to (6)________such as the police and pilots for a long
time, but now that the (7)________ costs of such equipment have come
down, mobile phone companies are looking at the suitability of
offering these services to the public. In their (8)________, there will be
a great demand for such services. It remains to be seen, of course,
whether the public agrees.
1. 2. 3. 4.
5. 6. 7. 8.
I. Give the correct tense of the verb in parentheses (1.5 points)
1. When Michelle lived in Italy, she (always/have) dinner at 9 p.m.
2. I hate (wait) for buses. You (wait) for ages and then three (come) at the same time.
3. I feel a bit dizzy. I think I (faint).
4. John was exhausted because he (work) in the garden all day.
II. The text below has ten words that should not be there . Find them, underline and write them
down (2 points )
I traveled a lot as a child, which was lucky because I saw some great sights, but it wasn’t until
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
I. Read the passage and decide which answer best fits each space (2.5 points)
IT’S COOL TO CAMP
it teaches us to take our focus off these distractions and (3)_________to enrich our lives.
According to a recent report, one holiday (4)_________eight in Europe is a camping holiday.
Despite that, some would still have you believe that camping should be considered an alternative
holiday that you are driven towards because money is (5)_________ . Nonsense. It is a lifestyle
choice to be embraced and enjoyed, for it (6)_________us the freedom to explore in our own time
and (7)_________our own speed.
The opportunities available for (8)_________ camping with some form of recreational activity are
as varied as Europe’s many thousands of miles of hiking trails, cycling routes, canals, rivers and
lakes. Whether your chosen form of activity is recreational or competitive, a sociable hobby or a
way of (9)_________ the crowds, there can be nothing more pleasurable than sitting outside your
tent after a day of activity with only the hum of dragonflies and the gas stove (10)_________ the
And just remember: whatever form of camping you choose, as long as you are out there enjoying
yourself and the surroundings, the rest of the world can wait.
1. A. therefore B. nevertheless C. so D. though
2. A. enlarge B. grow C. raise D. stretch
3. A. contributes B. gives C. supplies D. helps
4. A. from B. on C. for D. in
5. A. hard B. rare C. tight D. slim
6. A. lets B. opens C. allows D. enables
7. A. of B. at C. by D. to
8. A. mixing B. attaching C. adding D. uniting
9. A. escaping B. separating C. clearing D. departing
10. A. stopping B. annoying C. disturbing D. breaking
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
II. Choose the most suitable heading from this list for each paragraph of the text. Write the
headings above the correct paragraphs and the paragraph numbers next to the appropriate
headings. An example is given. There is one extra heading (1.75 points)
A. STAY CALM B. BE ORGANIZED
C. VARY THE WAY YOU REVISE D. DON’T WASTE ANY TIME
E. REMEMBERING THE DIFFICULT BITS F. GET SOME SLEEP
G. WRITE DOWN THE MAIN POINT H. REWARD YOURSELF
I. SET YOURSELF TARGETS
HOT TIPS FOR STAYING COOL AT EXAM TIME
Rather than having to work through masses of notes every time you revise something , try noting
down things you want to remember on a piece of paper. It doesn’t seem as much to learn that way,
but it makes sure you don’t miss out anything important. Once you’ve learnt the main points,
rewrite them on another piece of paper without looking at your notes.
“If you don’t know it by now, you’ll never learn it for tomorrow.” Everybody says it, but it’s
probably true. Don’t stay up all night studying. You’d be better going to bed at a reasonable time,
so that you can wake up fresh and alert on exam day.
There’s nothing worse than being disorganized. If you have a plan and stick to it, you won’t end up
cramming all your revision into the last few hours! Make a list of your exams and what you need to
learn beforehand, and then draw up a timetable covering all the topics. You can then work out what
you need to do on a weekly basis and when you are going to do it.
When you reach each of your targets, give yourself a treat – you deserve it! It could be a drink, a
short break to watch your favourite TV programme, a phone call to a friend – anything you enjoy.
Test yourself, from time to time, on a topic and if you do well, give yourself a special treat based
on how well you have done.
By now you will probably have discovered the method of revision which suits you best. But every
now and then it might be helpful to try a different method. You could try working with a group of
friends , or using a different book which covers things from a new angle. Whatever it is, just try
something different occasionally.
Some things are almost impossible to remember, so you may need to do something unusual to help
you remember. Try writing them down in large letters and bright colors and sticking them on the
Not too many people like exams and most of us get nervous. But if you’ve followed your plan and
put the effort into revising, then there is not need to worry or panic. Hopefully these tips will have
helped you. Give it your best shot – that’s all that anyone can expect of you.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
III. Fill in the gap with ONE suitable word (2.5 points )
Their business venture started three years (6)________as a way of making some extra pocket
money. Now Niall and Roarke have expanded their business. They have invested (7)________
some chickens and now also sell their own organic eggs (8)________they cycle round the town.
The judges of the “Ethical Kids Award”, (9)________ the boys won, were very impressed by
them, saying: “The Recyclists captured our imaginations straightaway. Their idea was innovative
and green at the (10)________ time.” As the boys say, they’re going to be on the planet for at least
another fifty years, so why not try to make it to be a better place to live?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
I. Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the
word given. Do not change the word given. (2 points )
1. It isn’t really worth trying to fly the kite when there’s no wind. hardly
2. Graham likes to spend time alone just before a race. by
Graham likes to spend time_________________________
3. There aren’t any good restaurants in this village anymore, are there? used
4. “I will make the dinner only if you do the shopping,” she told him. not
5. Do you happen to know the time of the next train to London ? could
6. The date for the Barcelona Conference is the 23rd of March. place
The Barcelona Conference__________________________
7. It was necessary to send the letters special delivery. be
8. What attracted you to this part of the country ? find
II. Tom and Jonathan are having coffee together. Neither of them has a very well paid job, so
they have to be careful with their money . Fill in the parts of the dialogue, numbered (1) to
(7) , which have been left blank (1.75points)
Tom : I’m thinking of buying a car.
Jonathan : Are you sure you need one?
How often (1)__________________________________________ ?
Tom : Well, I’d use it at weekends to do the shopping and it would mean I
Jonathan : Would you (2)__________________________________________ ?
Tom : Oh, no. I’d continue to cycle to work. I need the exercise.
Jonathan : I didn’t know you cycled to work.
How (3)_______________________________________________ ?
Tom : Since I changed my job and there was no bus.
Jonathan : And how (4)____________________________________________?
Tom : About eight miles, and that’s a long way! Another thing is I’d like to go
abroad on holiday.
Jonathan : That’ll be expensive.
Where (5)______________________________________________ ?
Tom ; Somewhere sunny like Greece or Italy. That will cost about ₤300 and
that’s about what I need for a deposit on a new car.
Jonathan : In that case, why (6)______________________________________ ?
Tom : I don’t want an old car that’s always breaking down . Oh, I really don’t
know what to do . What (7)________________________________ ?
Jonathan : If I were you I’d buy a second-hand car and take a cheap holiday in it!
III. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Children should be required to help
with household tasks as soon as they are able to do so. Write about 100 words