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Đề thi HSG huyện môn tiếng anh 9

Thứ hai - 26/04/2021 04:58
Bài thi môn: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài 150 phút (bao gồm cả phần nghe)
tải xuống (3)
tải xuống (3)
Bài thi môn: TIẾNG ANH
Đề và đáp án chi tiết tải tại đây
Điểm Họ tên, chữ ký giám khảo Số phách
Bằng số:
……………………….………….
Bằng chữ: ………………………………..…
Giám khảo 1: …………………………….…………………..
Giám khảo 2: …………………………….…………………..
 

SECTION A. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

Part 1 (10 points). Choose the correct answer from A, B, C or D to complete each of the following sentences. Write it in Your answers’ part.
1. Studies indicate _________ collecting art today than ever before.
          A. there are that more people                            B. more people that are
          C. that there are more people                            D. people there are more
2. I_________ my best suit - everyone else was very casually dressed.
         A. needn’t wear         B. mustn’t wear               C. needn’t have worn             D. mustn’t have worn
3.  _________, it is obvious that the whole thing was a waste of time and effort.
          A. None of us wanted to go in the first place
          B. Staff meetings are often boring and have no apparent point to them
          C. Since the results were far more satisfactory than anyone had expected
          D. Seeing that we couldn’t solve anything in the end
4. _________ the high decrease in inflation, our currency seems to have increased in value.
         A.  Thanks to            B.  Despite                       C.  As far as                           D. What’s more
5. Choose the word having the SIMILAR meaning to the underlined word.
The most important thing is to keep yourself occupied.
         A. busy                       B. comfortable                C. free                                     D. relaxed
6. Helen was _________ disappointed when she learnt that she hadn’t won the beauty contest.
  A. seriously               B. bitterly                        C. strongly                              D. heavily
7. After congratulating his team, the coach left and allowed the players to let their _________ down and enjoy themselves.
         A. hearts                    B. heads                          C. hair                                      D. souls
8. Choose the most suitable response to the following exchange. 
   Jennifer: “Hey, Tommy. What are you guys doing?”
   Tommy: “_________”
A. We’re just chilling out. Do you want to come around?
B. I don’t think it’s a question I can discuss.
C. We’re talking to you, Jennifer!
D. I’m not sure if we’re doing something much.
9. The time has now come when it will be necessary to_________making a plan.
        A. see about                   B.  see over                  C.  see through                          D.  see into
10. We dont have cupboards so we_________ boxes.
        A. do away with              B. make do with          C. make allowance for              D. keep an eye on
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 2: (10 points). There are 10 mistakes in the following passage. Identify the mistakes and write the corrections in Your answers’ part.
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A newspaper makes its money from the price people pay for it and also from the advertisings it carries. A popular newspaper with a circulation of over five millions daily makes a lot of money. Less seriously newspapers are probably read just for entertainment. They have big headings above the new stories, funny cartoons to look at and sensational photos of violent. The gossip columns are full of stories of private live of famous people. No one takes the political views of such papers seriously. On an other hand, in a free country where there is no censorship, serious papers are read principle for their news, send to themselves by their correspondents around the world and by the big news agencies. People also read these papers for their revisions of the new books, films and plays and for their editorials what represent the opinion of the newspaper itself about the important events and issues of the moment.

Your answers:
  Line Mistake Correction   Line Mistake Correction
1.       6.      
2.       7.      
3.       8.      
4.       9.      
5.       10.      


SECTION B. READING COMPREHENSION

Part 1 (10 points). Read the passage below and decide which answer (from A, B, C or D) best fits each gap. Write your answers in Your answers’ part.
Generally speaking, the interview is one of the most important (1) _____ in the job search process. When an employer invites you to an interview, he/she is indicating an (2) _____ in yourself. The interview gives both of you the opportunity to (3) _____ enough information to determine if you are a good "fit" for each other. Think of an interview as a highly focused professional conversation. You should (4) _____ the limited amount of time you have learning about the employer's needs and discuss the ways you can meet these needs. In many cases, you will interview at least, twice before being employed for a (5) _____. Once in a brief screening interview and at least once again in a (6) _____ serious meeting when you may also talk to many of your potential coworkers.
A job interview is a strategic conversation with a purpose. Your goal is to show the employer that you have the (7) _____, background, and ability to do the job and that you can successfully fit into the organization. The interview is also your (8) _____ to gather information about the job, the organization, and future career opportunities to figure out if the position and work environment are (9) _____ for you. Most employers do not hire people based on certificates or diplomas alone. Personality, (10) ______, enthusiasm, a positive outlook, and excellent interpersonal and communication skills count heavily in the selection process.
  1. A. parts                 B. roles                                    C. fields                       D. facts
  2. A. interest             B. interesting                           C. interested                D. interestingly
  3. A. fill                     B. change                                C. exchange                D. translate
  4. A. make                 B. spend                                  C. post                         D. apply
  5. A. condition          B. location                               C. satisfaction             D. position
  6. A. most                 B. mostly                                 C. more                       D. more than
  7. A. skills                 B. aspects                                C. appearances            D. weaknesses
  8. A. fates                  B. feasts                                  C. lucks                       D. opportunities
  9. A. fit                      B. right                                    C. accurate                  D. exact
  10. A. confide             B. confidence                          C. confident                D. confidently
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.


Part 2 (10 points). Read the following text and choose the best answer for each question below. Write your answer in “Your answers” part.
Have you ever seen a ghost? I haven’t. And the only man I know who has seen a ghost is my secretary, Mr. Steele. He is a quite careful man whose life is spent in dealing with facts. He is the last person in the world to give way to fantasy. He has a wife and two children of whom he is proud, takes a modest holiday abroad every year and spends his Sundays gardening. He is knowledgeable about art and architecture, though he doesn’t pretend to be an expert by any means. It is, therefore, all the more surprising that he should be so insistent about the ghost. It happened, so he said, like this:
He was travelling from London to the north of England by train. It was a misty November evening and the train was half empty. In fact, for the first part of the journey Mr. Steele had the carriage to himself and sat dozing over a newspaper. However, at the first stop a passenger jumped in, slamming the door behind him. He seemed out of his breath as if he had been running. He was a striking looking young man with dark, bushy hair and bright intelligent eyes. He was dressed rather oddly in a long waistcoat with silver buttons, tight trousers and embroidered waistcoat. Mr. Steele didn’t pay much attention to this because people wore all sorts of extravagant clothes these days and he had long grown accustomed to them.
Presently, the two men got into conversation, as people do on long journeys. Mr. Steele was interested to discover that the young man was very knowledgeable about art – in particular portraits. His name, he said, was Robinson Hart, and he was on his way to visit an exhibition. It seemed that he worked in a famous London Art Gallery – a picture restorer, perhaps, thought Mr. Steele, he seemed to know a great deal about varnishes and paints, and even more about the subjects of certain portraits. When Mr. Steele asked his opinion of the portrait of a famous judge by an artist he admired, his companion laughed and said: “He’s only a reproduction – a good one I agree but you can’t talk to a reproduction”. He spoke as though the person in the portrait were still living.
After a while the carriage got hot and steamy and Mr. Steele dropped off. He woke up just as the train was drawing up at a junction with a grinding of brakes. His companion had disappeared.
A few days later, having returned to London, Mr. Steele found himself near the Art Gallery. Moved by some impulse, he went in and inquired for Robinson Hart. The attendant directed him to a room devoted to early nineteenth century portraits of well-known men. There was no one in the room and Mr. Steele looked around him. Without knowing quite how he had got there, he found himself standing in front of a full-length portrait of a young dark man in tight trousers and an embroidered waistcoat. The eyes smiled at him with a hint of amusement. The name-placed at the foot of the picture read: Robinson Hart, Gentleman, 1700-1744.

1. What kind of person was Mr. Steele?
      A. Imaginative                                                      B. Fantastic
      C. Sensible                                                            D. Insensitive
2. Although he was a secretary, Mr. Steele_________.
      A. pretended to know a lot about art                    B. knew something about art
      C. pretended to take interest in art                       D. intended to learn more about art
3. When the passenger entered Mr. Steele’s department, ________.
      A. he was painting                                                B. he was running
      C. the train was just stopping                               D. the carriage was half-empty
4. The passenger’s clothes didn’t seem strange to Mr. Steele because ________.
      A. he was used to wearing strange clothes           B. he liked people who wore strange clothes
      C. everyone he knew wore strange clothes          D. he had seen a lot of people in strange clothes
5. Mr. Steele thought the young man might _________.
      A. be an art dealer                                                             B. be an art expert
      C. renew old pictures                                                        D. paint reproductions of old pictures
6. Why wouldn’t the young man give an opinion on the portrait of the judge?
      A. The judge wasn’t alive.                                                B. The judge was still alive.
      C. The picture was a copy.                                               D. He hadn’t seen it.
7. When did Mr. Steele first realize that the passenger had gone?
      A. When the train started.                                                 B. After the train had stopped.
      C. Just before the train stopped.                                       D. When the train was leaving the station.
8. Why did Mr. Steele go into the Art Gallery?
      A. He was walking past there.                                          B. He had never been there before.
      C. He has planned to do so.                                              D. He suddenly decided to.   
9. In the part of the Gallery that Mr. Steele was directed to ________.
      A. there were a lot of pictures of unknown people          
      B. there were a lot of nineteenth century people
      C. no one else was looking at the pictures                       
      D. he only saw one portrait
10. When Mr. Steele looked the portrait of Joseph Hart, _______.
      A. he smiled at it                                                               B. he thought it smiled at him
      C. he didn’t recognize it                                                   D. he was amused
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 3. (20 points) Read the following passages and do the tasks that follow.
 A.
Aylito Binayo's feet know the mountain. Even at four in the morning, she can run down the rocks to the river by starlight alone and climb the steep mountain back up to her village with a container of water on her back. She has made this journey three times a day since she was a small child. So has every other woman in her village of Foro, in the Konso district of south-western Ethiopia in Africa. Binayo left school when she was eight years old, in part because she had to help her mother fetch water from the Toiro River. The water is unsafe to drink; every year that the drought continues, the river carries less water, and its flow is reduced. But it is the only water Foro has ever had.
B.
In developed parts of the world, people turn on a tap and out pours abundant, clean water. Yet nearly 900 million people in the world have no access to clean water. Furthermore, 2.5 billion people have no safe way to get rid of human waste. Polluted water and lack of proper hygiene cause disease and kill 3.3 million people around the world annually, most of them children. In southern Ethiopia and in northern Kenya, a lack of rain over the past few years has made even dirty water hard to find. But soon, for the first time, things are going to change.
C.
Bringing clean water close to villagers’ homes is the key to the problem. Communities where clean water becomes accessible and plentiful are transformed. All the hours previously spent hauling water can be used to cultivate more crops, raise more animals or even start a business. Families spend less time sick or caring for family members who are unwell. Most important, not having to collect water means girls can go to school and get jobs. The need to fetch water for the family, or to take care of younger siblings while their mother goes, usually prevents them ever having this experience.
D.
But the challenges of bringing water to remote villages like those in Konso are overwhelming. Locating water underground and then reaching it by means of deep wells requires geological expertise and expensive, heavy machines. Abandoned wells and water projects litter the villages of Konso. In similar villages around the developing world, the biggest problem with water schemes is that about half of them break down soon after the groups that built them move on. Sometimes technology is used that can't be repaired locally, or spare parts are available only in the capital.
E.
Today, a UK-based international non-profit organization called WaterAid is tackling the job of bringing water to the most remote villages of Konso. Their approach combines technologies proven to last - such as building a sand dam to capture and filter rainwater that would otherwise drain away. But the real innovation is that WaterAid believes technology is only part of the solution. Just as important is involving the local community in designing, building and maintaining new water projects. Before beginning any project, WaterAid asks the community to create a WASH (water, sanitation, hygiene) committee of seven people. The committee works with WaterAid to plan projects and involve the village in construction. Then it maintains and runs the project.
F.
The people of Konso, who grow their crops on terraces they have dug into the sides of mountains, are famous for hard work. In the village of Orbesho, residents even constructed a road themselves so that drilling machinery could come in. Last summer, their pump, installed by the river, was being motorised to push its water to a newly built reservoir on top of a nearby mountain. From there, gravity will carry it down in pipes to villages on the other side of the mountain. Residents of those villages have each given some money to help fund the project. They have made concrete and collected stones for the structures. Now they are digging trenches to lay pipes. If all goes well, Aylito Binayo will have a tap with safe water just a three-minute walk from her front door.

The reading passage has six paragraphs, A-F. Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below. Write the answers in the corresponding numbered boxes.
LIST OF HEADINGS
i     Why some plans have failed
ii    A rural and urban problem
iii   A possible success
iv   Explaining a new management style
v    Some relevant statistics
vi   A regular trip for some people
   vii   Treating people for disease
   viii  How water can change people’s lives

Your answers
1. Paragraph A ______ 2. Paragraph B ______ 3. Paragraph C ______
4. Paragraph D ______ 5. Paragraph E ______ 6. Paragraph F ______

Questions 7 – 10:  Complete the sentences below.
Choose NO MORE THAN TWO WORD AND/OR A NUMBER from the passage for each answer. Write the answers in the numbered space.
7. The water levels in the Toiro River are falling because of ______.
8. Globally, the number of people who die each year as a result of using dirty water is ______.    
9. When families have clean water, they can spend more time ______.       
10. Specialist knowledge and equipment are needed to dig ______.
Your answers:
7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 4 (15 points). Fill ONE suitable word into each numbered blank. Write it in Your answers’ part.
Many people say that one of the most difficult decisions in their life is choosing what to do for a living when they grow up. Starting our life (1)_____ a right profession is very important because the future of young people depends on this choice. That is why they must choose it with utmost (2)_____ analyzing all pros and cons.
In our modern fast paced world, there are plenty of new interesting and socially important professions. The future profession (3)_____ not be boring for you. It should (4)_____ your interests and your features of character. You might choose working indoors or outdoors, (5)_____ with people or just with papers. In other (6)_____, you should enjoy the work you do. It should also satisfy your career plans and (7)_____ ambitions. It should provide us with a chance of professional growth and personal development.
I am sure that all of us want to earn as much money as (8)_____. However many young people are wise (9)_____ to follow a definite career and earn quite a low salary (10)_____ the beginning. They realize they have so good prospects in a company which trains its staff (11)_____ soon they can climb the career ladder. At the (12)_____ time, there are young people who prefer (13)_____ any kind of work because they just need an (14)_____. Even (15)_____ we must admit that any temporary jobs help us gain much useful experience and we can learn a lot from working.

Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Part 5 (15 points). You are going to read a magazine article about members of a part - time drama club called The Globe Players. For questions 1-15, choose from the people A-F. The people may be chosen more than once. When more than one answer is required, these may be given in any order.

The Globe Players
  1. Christina Howard
When I moved to this area the children were quite little, and I wondered how I was ever going to meet people. Then I met Susanna Ducksters, who was the organizer of The Globe Players, and she said, “ Do you want to join? And I said, “ Well, yes, all right”. They appeared to be incredibly extrovert people, which I suppose I am by nature too. For three years I was the theatre manager. I think I make a better manager than an actress, but I did have a dream role in a play the year before last.
  1. Eric Plumber
I do about one play a year, just out of interest. But I’m a quiet sort of chap, not one of the world’s extrovert, and yet here I am in an extrovert field, doing theatrical activities. There is a sort of magic to the theatre. There’s a sense of togetherness with the rest of the actors in the cast. When a play is over, on the last night, there is a combination of anticlimax and relief. It’s rather nice to think you will be able to do all the things that you weren’t able to do when the play was on. But there’s also a sense of loss, so you look forward to the next play.
  1. Laura Golfcrest
I have done some stage management for productions at my school and when I saw the play The Globe Players were going to do next, I thought I’d try for it. Usually there are not a lot of parts for people my age, so when there was this opportunity, I went along and auditioned. It went all right, and I got the part. Lots of my friends just hang around with people at The Globe Players who are quite old, and I get talking to them about all sorts of things. It’s amazing how our views differ, but we have lovely conversations.
  1. Clare MacDonald
When I was at school, I used to think I’d rather like to go on stage. But then other things came along. One job I did was as a stewardess for an airline. That’s like giving a performances. I left the airline and joined The Globe Players. My husband will always come to performances, but he does tend to moan a bit because he feels it takes up too much time. As a club I feel we are very professional. I do about one play a year, which is quite enough for me. Obviously, there are fewer parts as you get older, particularly for women: one can no longer play Juliet or other young parts, which I feel sad about.
  1. Robin Wilson
I work behind the scene with The Globe Players because it’s always a challenge. For instance, the last play I last did needed a full-sized, working swimming pool. Well, most amateur theatres have a bucket
of water in the wings. But our director said: “I want a real swimming pool on that set. Go away and do it”. It was a real challenge for me. However, we did it. We got more reviews than we always do because, of course, it was something different. And quite a lot of amateur societies came to see if they could do it – and a lot of them decided they couldn’t.
  1. Mike James
I was a science teacher and took early retirement from my college. After twenty four years it was a bit hard and I got rather bored. During that times it was good to have the drama group. It takes your mind off things; you can’t act and worry about something else. But it is very disruptive to a family-my wife will tell you that. Teaching in a way is like being on stage. When you go into a class you may not be feeling very well, you are not necessarily very keen on the subject you are teaching – the whole thing adds up to a no-no. But you go in, you are enthusiastic and you try to generate interest, and it’s an act.

Which person or people…
1. mentions joining because of loneliness?
2. had some theatre experience before joining The Globe Players?
3. has a high opinion of The Globe Players?
4. joined to keep busy?
5. has mixed feeling about finishing a show?
6-7. have difficulty finding suitable roles?
8. enjoys being with people who have different ideas?
9. thinks that acting is out of character for them?
10. mentions the publicity they sometimes receive?
11. believes the other members are like them in character?
12. Talks about the complications of putting on a play?

13-14. feel that not everyone approves of them acting?
15. doubts their ability to perform?

Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
                             

SECTION C. WRITING
Part 1 (10 points). Using the word in capital letters, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the word given.
1. What you are saying is quite irrelevant. (BESIDE)
= What you are saying ………………………………………………………………
2. In the end, it was such a good day. (OUT)
= After all, it …………………………………………………………………………………..
3. Unlike other languages, Esperanto has no irregular verbs. (UNIQUE)
= Its lack of  …………………………………………………………………………
4. I don't mind which make of car you choose. (NO)
= It is of …………………………………………………………………….....................................
5. Perhaps my sister was bad-tempered because she was tired. (FACT)
= I put my sister’s …………………………………………………………………….................................

Part 2 (20 points). Your pen pal, Thu who lives in Ho Chi Minh city has sent you an email to invite you to spend the summer holiday with her.
Write an e-mail to her. In your e-mail, you should accept the invitation, ask her about the details of the holiday that you are going to have together.
You should write about 80 - 100 words.
You do NOT need to write your address.

Dear Thu,
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Best wishes,
Tu Linh

Part 3 (30 points). Write a story (about 120-150 words) beginning with the following sentence:
It was getting darker and darker. ………………………………………………….……………………………………………………………….

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SECTION D. LISTENING

Part 1 (10 points). You will hear part of a talk about taking a course in English.  For questions 1-10, fill in each blank with one missing word. Write A, B, C or D in “Your answers” part.

Hello, everyone. Before you start your course, we would like to tell you a little about the background of how the course is designed. You will have an opportunity to discuss the (1)________ you would like the course to have in the first two units. We are (2)______you will benefit from the course if you can agree on what is important to do and how you would like it to be done.
The emphasis of this course is on (3)_______ how native speakers use English, describing how the
language is used, discussing difficulties, and practising the language as it is really used.
Much of the material, particularly in the second part of each unit, may seem simple; from a (4)______and (5)_______point of view, that is. The emphasis, however, is not on knowing, nor even understanding, such language, but on being able to use it yourself.
This course is not for those who want to know something about English, but for those who wish to use it effectively as a means of spoken (6)_________.
The following (7)________ are made throughout the course:
1. It is possible to study the spoken language, and this is in no way (8)_______to the written language.
2. Some students find grammar rules helpful, others do not, but nobody finds rules helpful which are full of (9)________.
3. It helps to learn more words, but it often helps more to learn to use those you already know more effectively.
4. At your level, discussing the language and how it is used is an essential element in learning.
5. It helps to use (10)_______materials.
This course is not for those who want to know, but for those who want to use the language. The most important objective of the course is to help you to be yourself in English.

Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Part 2 (20 points): You will hear a woman asking a tutor for more information about a Media Studies course at a university. For questions 11-20, listen and write whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F). (Before listening you’ll have 1 minute to look at this part).
  T/F
11. Louise worked at a radio station for about 4 years.  
12. Louise doesn’t like her job at present because she thinks it has few promotion opportunities.  
13. Louise wants to do a Masters because employers like post-graduate qualifications.  
14. Louise‘d like to study part-time.  
15. It will take 4 years to do the Masters part-time rather than the modular route.  
16. To join the course, Louis must have research experience and a completed thesis.  
17. The fees for studying part-time are £2250 a year.  
18. Universities only provide funds for students who meet criteria.  
19. Students can find the details on funding on the university website.  
20. Louise should phone the office in advance to make sure that Mark is available.  

 
Part 3 (20 points): Listen to an interview with a health worker about vaccination programmes in less economically developed countries. For questions 21-30 choose the best answer (A, B or C). 
21. The proportion of the world’s children receiving vaccinations is...
 A. just over two thirds.                   
 B. just under three quarters.              
 C. just over four fifths.   
22.  One achievement mentioned by the expert is that...
 A. measles cases have fallen by one quarter.  
 B. polio has almost been eradicated.   
 C. there are 200,000 fewer tetanus cases since the 1980s.  

23.  The expert warns against...
 A. investing too heavily in immunisation and neglecting other health issues.  
 B. assuming that recent achievements are sufficient and withdrawing funding.   
 C. giving children one vaccination and not delivering a full course of injections.  
24.  According to the expert, many children do not get immunized if they...
 A. are already sick.  
 B. live in isolated rural areas.  
 C. do not live within an established system.  
25.  Leaflets are not effective means of advertising immunisation programmes because...
 A. some people cannot read.  
 B. they are expensive.  
 C. they do not reach people in isolated areas.   
26.  To ensure that vaccinations reach everyone, it is necessary to...
A. have an education programme in place as well.  
B. pinpoint where the system fails and address these issues.  
C. only hire health workers who are well trained and trustworthy.  
27.  To solve the storage problem, the expert’s organisation is...
 A. training health workers how to store vaccines properly.  
 B. building cheap fridges that work reliably without mains electricity.   
 C. creating vaccines that can be stored at any temperature.  
28.  The expert mentions that computers are necessary to...
 A. manage distribution.    
 B. maintain communication.        
 C. keep knowledge up-to-date.  
29.  The expert advises against using vaccines which are...
 A. cheap.                             B. unbranded.                                 C. not pre-qualified.  
30.  A DALY is...
 A. the amount of time lost when a person is ill or dies prematurely.   
 B. the amount of money a country spends on its health service.  
 C. the loss of earnings due to ill-health and caring for relatives. 



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21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

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