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                                                     ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI HUYỆN LỚP 9
                                                                           NĂM HỌC 2020-2021
                         Môn Thi: TIẾNG ANH – PHẦN THI VIẾT
                            Thời gian: 120 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)
Họ và tên thí sinh:……………… …….………………………………………..
Ngày sinh:             ………………………………………….…….
Học sinh trường:   …………………………………….………......
Số báo danh:          …………………………………….………..…
Phòng thi:             …………………………………….……..……

Họ tên, chữ ký giám thị số 1: SỐ PHÁCH
Họ tên, chữ ký giám thị số 2:

  1. Bài thi gồm 08 trang. Thí sinh đọc kỹ yêu cầu làm bài.
  2. Thí sinh làm bài trực tiếp lên đề thi.
  3. Thí sinh giữ gìn cẩn thận bài thi.
  4. Thí sinh chỉ được dùng một màu mực, xanh hoặc đen để làm bài.
  5. Khi viết sai, dùng thước gạch. Không dùng bút tẩy trắng.
  6. Thí sinh không được sử dụng bất kỳ tài liệu nào, kể cả từ điển.
  7. Thí sinh làm trái với chỉ dẫn, qui chế thi, bài thi sẽ bị loại.
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Điểm Họ tên, chữ ký giám khảo Số phách
Bằng số:
Bằng chữ: ………………………………..…
Giám khảo 1: …………………………….…………………..
Giám khảo 2: …………………………….…………………..
(Thí sinh làm bài trực tiếp trên đề thi này)
I. Choose the correct answer from A, B, C or D to complete each of the following sentences.
Write your answers in Your answers’ part. (15 points)
1. Are these the books _________you have been looking for?
A.  who B.  which C. whom D. whose
2. If we had known your new address, we _________to see you.
A. came B. will come C. would have come D. would come
3. Milk bottles can be _________after being cleaned.
A. recycled B. broken C. reused D. reduced
4. Do you know ___________?
A. who how many people go on Sundays to church      B. who go to church on Sundays how many people
C. how many people who go on Sundays to church      D. how many people who go to church on Sundays    
5. Your hair needs ___________. You’d better have it done tomorrow.
A. cut B. to cut C. cutting D. being cut
6. Let’s go dancing, ___________?                                        - “Yes, let’s”.
A. won’t we B. shall we C. don’t we D. do we
7. The police stated that the accident ___________ soon.
A. will be investigated B. had investigated C. is being investigated D. would be investigated
8._________our children may be, we cannot go picnicking in this weather.
A. Though excited B. Excited as C. Because of excitement D. Exciting
9. John received __________ advice from his parents that he became successful.
A. such good B. so good   C. such a good          D. so good an         
10. You can borrow my book ___________you return it before the end of the class.
A. even if B. although C. as long as D. while
11. I read the contract again and again ___________avoiding making spelling mistakes.
A. with a view to B. In view of C. by means of D. in terms of
12. Peter: What a fantastic cook you are, Margaret!            Margaret: ___________
A. Sorry, I don’t think so B. No, no, it’s not true C. I’d prefer it D. It’s kind of you to say so
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
13.      - “What did he say to you?”                 - “He told me to clear off. He didn’t need my help.”
A. go away         B.. finish my work         C. tidy the place up D. throw the paper away
14. Choose the best option A, B, C or D to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in the following sentence.
I’d like to pay some money into my bank account                   
A. put some money into   B. withdraw some money from C. give some money out D. leave some money aside
15. Mary: “The lake had ice on it this morning”        Peter: “It   ___________ very cold last night”                              
A.  must have gotten B.  could have gotten C. would have gotten D. should have gotten
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

II. The passage below contains 10 mistakes. Each line has one mistake. Identify the mistakes and correct them in the space provided. (10 points)
My favourite singer is Lata Mangeshkar. She is recognized as one of the great singers of modern times. To her credit are more than seventy thousands songs in various Indian languages recorded and filmed so far. She possesses a God gifted voice, rare on the world.
Lata was born in a family where music was adored and practice with devotion. The entire Mangeshkar family including his father, brother and sisters were all dedicated to music. Lata came to be known as a well-known playback singer about the age of eleven.
It is really something great in human life that at such the tender age, one is picked up with care to sing for famous Indian films. Her popular song, Ayega Anewala, sang in her teenage days, still rings in our ears but creates a wonderful situation in the minds of the music lovers. Hence, Lata Mangeshkar is my favorite artist.
Your answers
Mistakes Corrections Mistakes Corrections
1.   6.  
2.   7.  
3.   8.  
4.   9.  
5.   10.  
I. 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. (15 points)
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out how much knowledge we have (1) __________. But do they really show how intelligent we are? After all, isn’t it a (2)______________  that some people who are very successful academically don’t have any
(3) ___________sense?
       Intelligence is the speed  (4) ___________which we can understand and (5) __________ to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. Although scientist are now preparing  (6)__________ computer technology that will be able to “read” our brains, (7)________ tests are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
      A person’s IQ is their intelligence (8) _______ it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are (9) _______ by Mensa, an organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976, it (10) ________ 1,300 members in Britain. Today there are 44,000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, (11)______ in the US.
       People taking the tests are judged in (12) ________ to an average score of 100, and those who score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This (13)  ________ at 2 percent of the population. Anyone from the age of six can take the tests. All the questions are straightforward and most people can answer them if (14) ________ enough time. But that’s the problem - the whole (15)_______ of the test is that they’re against the clock.
1. A. fetched B. gained C. attached D. caught
2. A. case B. fact C.  circumstance D. truth
3. A. natural B. bright C. sharp D. common
4. A. on B. to C. in D. at
5. A. accord B. react C. answer D. after
6. A. advanced B. forward C. ahead D. upper
7. A. at this age B. for the present C. at the time D. now and then
8. A. how B. that C. as D. so
9. A. appointed B. commanded C. run D. steered
10. A. held B. had C. kept D. belonged
11. A. largely B. enormously C. highly D. considerably
12. A. concern B. relation C. regard D. association
13. A. adds up B. turns to C. comes up D. works out
14. A. allowed B. spared C. let D. provided
15. A. reason B. point C. matter D. question
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
II. Fill ONE suitable word into each numbered blank. Write your answers in Your answers’ part. (20 points)
                                                                        THE COLLECTORS
     Have you ever considered joining the world’s thousands of young collectors? (1) ___________your parents use to collect stamps or coins? Although many teenagers spend a lot of time (2)  __________   computers games and doing sports, collecting things is still (3) ___________ popular hobby.
    You may not regard collecting (4) ___________ a hobby, of course. All those old comic books that you haven’t  got round to throwing out may not look (5) ___________ a proper collection, and your mother may not think that pile of old bus tickets in the corner is (6) ___________ any value at all.
    Some people, however, take their collections (7) ___________ seriously that they devote most of their free time to displaying and expanding them. (8) ___________ postcards to toys frogs, somebody somewhere (9) ___________ bound to be collecting them. And wherever they live, the internet allows collectors (10) __________   compare notes or organize exchanges.
Your answer:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
III. Read the following passage and answer the following questions by choosing one answer A, B, C or D only. (10 points)
       Design is the act of making something better. Everything, no matter how ordinary, has been designed. That some objects give us no special pleasure or are not fashionable does not alter the fact that somebody decided what they would look like, what they would do and how they would be used.
        Every time you buy a new kettle or toaster, the quality of the design is influential, encouraging you to choose one kettle or toaster over the others. Good design works well. Excellent design works well and gives pleasure. Look at it the other way round. Some objects look very good but do not work well. Take the Alessi kettle, with its curved handle and two-tone whistle. It looks very exciting but the handle can get too hot to touch. Compare this with the familiar Russell Hobbs automatic electric kettle. It has been in production since the late 1950s, works perfectly, and looks good.
        Poor designs are easy to find. If you cannot see what is at the back of the kitchen cupboard without getting down on your hands and knees that is bad design. If you catch your sleeve on a door handle, that is bad design.
        If you cannot understand how to use the controls on your cooker without searching for the instruction book – and if, when you find the book, you still cannot work the timing switch that is unpardonably bad design.
       The question is: how, when these kinds of faults are so obvious, have some designs ever reached our homes? The answer is that in most cases, bad designs emerge because not enough energy and time is given to thinking through all the different questions that should be asked about the product. Kitchen cupboard makers will say that they are making cup-boards as economically as possible. This kind of “cheapness” is one of the main reasons for the absence of good design in our homes. To make a cupboard where the shelves swing out to display the contents when the door is opened is more expensive.
  1. What does the passage say that good designers think about?
A. how things will be used B. what people are used to
C. what is fashionable D. what will influence people
       2. Things which are excellently designed _____________.
A.  work perfectly B. last a long time
C. always get chosen by shoppers D. both work well and look good
  1. What was wrong with Alessi kettle?
A. It was too round B. It was unreliable
C. The design was impractical D. The design was old-fashioned
      4. In what way are some cookers badly designed?
A. The handles stick out too far. B. It is difficult to find the controls
C. Using the timing switch is a confusing process D. The instruction books have no diagrams
      5. Why do badly-designed things get made and sold?
A. They are quicker and cost less to make. B. Manufacturers pay low wages to designers.
C. Designers do not know enough about manufacturing processes D. These are too few food designers.
Your answers
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
IV. You are going to read a magazine article about childhood experiences. For questions 1-15, choose from the people (A – D). The people may be chosen more than once. Write your answers in Your answers’ part. (15 points).
Which person mentions
an act of great generosity?                                                                         1. ______      
an opportunity to be creative?                                                                  2. ______
learning to be more independent?                                                            3.______
something that was in shot supply?                                                         4.______
regret at what may have been missed?                                                    5. ______      
something which is no longer available?                                     6. ______
someone who is unpredictable by nature?                                               7. ______
someone who found something puzzling?                                              8. ______
being particularly close to a family member?                                         9. ______
enjoying the fact that something was difficult?                                      10. ______
his/her intention to act differently from a parent?                                  11. ______
purchasing something which changed his/her life?                                12. ______
getting in touch with people who could be of help?                               13. ______
a way of making sure that he/she did not leave anything out?              14. ______
someone else making a decision with his/her wellbeing in mind?        15. ______

  1.                           COLIN
When I was eleven years old, my dad inherited quite a large amount of money from a distant relative. It was typical of him that he decided to use the money to take a whole party of local kids to Disneyland in Florida for three days. Fortunately, I was able to go as well, which was tremendous. In those days, you had to buy tickets for each ride and so we made a checklist of them all and ticked them off one by one until we’d been on every one. They still had a donkey train a canoe ride back then. My friend Eric bought a funny hat with his name on the front and then kept wondering how, all over Disneyland, random people knew his name and kept saying, “Hi Eric!”. My family will never let me forget how I ordered  bowl of potato chips on room service at the motel, which cost them a staggering $20. They were good chips, though!                
  1.                            MARILYN
Most teenagers’ parents have normal jobs, you know like working in an office or being part of a company, but not my mom. She lives for her work and makes spur-of-the moment decisions. When I was a teenager, it almost felt as if I was the parent and she was the child, as I tried to tall her out of whatever her latest scheme involved. You see, my mum’s an archaeologist. She travel round the world finding exciting things in old ruins, and because she was always on the move, so was I! Sometimes I used to wonder if we’d ever settle down and lead a normal family life, but we never did, which is a shame really. Of course, now I’m going to make sure that I don’t do the same to my daughter.                                                    
  1.                               JEREMY
I suppose being twins, my brother and I were always regarded as a single unit and, we did do everything together. From an early age; we were into inventing things, especially things which exploded like rockets, although I don’t ever recall any actually leaving the ground. We were keen on Maths at school and bought a computer when we were eleven years old. It was the best time for getting computers because there was very little software about in those days, so if you wanted to make the computer do anything, you had to write it yourself. Before long we were selling the stuff we’d written to software companies. I don’t think we knew how to turn our interest into money at that stage, having no commercial experience. But we soon found plenty of people who did know, but who couldn’t handle the technical side. We haven’t looked back since.
  1.                               TANYA
When I was a teenager, my parents used to send my brother and me off on a week-long summer activity camp each year. Actually, we went to the same place five years running. I think it was because they wanted us to do something outdoors rather than have us sitting in front of a computer screen at home. And it was certainly challenging, if you consider we learnt to do things like climbing and caving. It wouldn’t suit all kids, but for us it was great. We found out how to fend for ourselves and we met lots of people from around the world. I’m still in touch with some of them by e-mail even now. Looking back, I guess it cost my parents a lot of money, but as far as I’m concerned it was a good investment because it really broadened my horizons.

Your answers:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
V. Choose the most appropriate heading from the list A- G for each part (1-5) of  the article. There are TWO extra headings which you do not need to use. (10 points)
                                                 Lists of Headings
A. The challenge of middle-age                      E. Learning to accept danger
B. A priority understanding oneself              F. Wanted an almost impossible challenge
C. The earliest successes                                 G. A decision taken
D. Unexpected success stories
1       4  
  Many people have tried to row across the Atlantic and quite a few have managed it. It is clear from accounts of survivors that it is an exhausting test of endurance. Soldiers, sailors, housewives, Olympic rowers:the triumphant emerge from surprisingly varied quarters.       I have sailed, climbed, explored the Amazon and run marathons, but what I am looking for now is an endeavour that scares me and may not be within my capabilities. Such as racing across the Atlantic in a rowing boat.
2       5  
  What is  apparent, however, is that the main struggle takes place not in the muscles but in the mind. So, before fussing over such preliminaries as finding a crewmate and sponsorship to the tune of £50,000, I realised that first I had to explore my own mind and try to answer the obivious question of why I wanted to do something that most people would find frightening and painful.       Two Norwegian sailors were the first to row theAtlantic in 1896. They took 60 days and their achievement was unequalled until 1966, when two soldiers, John Ridgway and Chay Blyth, made in 91 days.
  When we are young we can afford to dream; as we grow older the gap widens between what we would like to do and what we actually can do. We come to the realisation that we either have to act now or dream on. After the age of forty, people respond to that realisation in varying ways, and rowing across the Atlantic is one of them.        
Your answers:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I. Use the word in brackets, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. You must use between two and five words. DO NOT change the word given.(10 points).
1. I’m sorry that I did not go to the cinema with Mark.                                                          (WISH)
à I  _______________________________________________ to the cinema with Mark.
2. They spent three days repairing the room.
à It _______________________________________________ to repair the room.            (TOOK)
3. They are building a new road through the town.                                                                      (IS)
à A new road _______________________________________________through the town.
 4. “I’m sorry. I didn’t do the homework,” Peter said to the teacher.                           (APOLOGIZED)
à  Peter ___________________________________________ not doing the homework.
5. The customer became extremely angry with the assistant after being kept waiting for hour. (TEMPER)
à The customer ____________________________the assistant after being kept waiting for hour.     
II. (20 points) Imagine you are Mary. Your English friend, Peter, is coming to your town for the day, and wants to meet you. Write an email (about 100-120 words) to Peter. In your email, you should:
  • Explain where you can meet
  • Suggest what you can do together
  • Advise Peter what to bring.

From: Mary.truelove@email.com
To:  Peter.me@email.com
III. (25 points) Your English teacher has asked you to write a story (120-140 words) for your school story writing competition. Your story must END with the following sentence: 
It was the best film I have ever seen in my life.
                                                                        _THE END_
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