Đề thi tuyển sinh Lớp 10 THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Trãi môn Tiếng Anh (Chuyên) - Năm học 2014-2015 - Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo Hải Dương (Có đáp án)

41. We regret to inform you that you are not (QUALIFICATION) __________ for the job.

42. How will you (BEAUTIFUL) __________ the Christmas tree, Jane?

43. The man left his village on a (MISERY) __________ wet day.

44. It is education that helps with the (RICH) __________ of knowledge for the young.

45. Henry drank a lot of coffee to keep him (WAKE) __________ .

 

doc5 trang | Chia sẻ: thúy anh | Ngày: 11/05/2023 | Lượt xem: 277 | Lượt tải: 0download
Bạn đang xem nội dung tài liệu Đề thi tuyển sinh Lớp 10 THPT Chuyên Nguyễn Trãi môn Tiếng Anh (Chuyên) - Năm học 2014-2015 - Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo Hải Dương (Có đáp án), để tải tài liệu về máy bạn click vào nút DOWNLOAD ở trên
y __________ and he managed to find a table for them after all.
B. PHONETICS 
I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others (2.0 points):
16. 	A. hardware	B. custard	C. bargain	D. chart
17. 	A. thanked	B. blocked	C. locked	D. naked
II. Choose the word that has a different stress pattern from that of the others (3.0 points):
18. 	A. absolutely	B. photography	C. biology	D. geography
19. 	A. purity	B. accompany	C. immense	D. advantage
20. 	A. important	B. disease	C. organize	D. community
C. GRAMMAR – VOCABULARY – LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
I. Choose the word, phrase of expression which best completes each sentence (20 points):
21. I remember __________ this film when I was a small child.
	A. to watch	B. watched	C. watching	D. to be watching 
22. My new job __________ working with old age pensioners.
	A. requests	B. consists	C. involves	D. contains
23. Jack: “Mary, remember to send my regards to your grandfather.”	Mary: “__________”
	A. You’re welcome.	B. Thanks, I will.	C. That’s a good idea.	D. It’s my pleasure.
24. The man __________ two weeks ago has now been released.
	A. arrested	B. arresting	C. was arrested	D. who arrested
25. Did you __________ well with your roommates when you were at university?
	A. take on	B. put on	C. go on	D. get on
26. __________ to the beach before, little John was excited to see the huge waves crashing against the shore.
	A. Having not been	B. Not having been	C. Not to have been	D. Not being
27. Jenny bought a __________ when she was in Paris.
	A. silk pretty red dress	B. red pretty silk dress	C. dress pretty silk red	D. pretty red silk dress
28. No doubt, sleeplessness can have a noticeable effect __________ our performance at work.
	A. to	B. with	C. on	D. for
29. I am sorry, but we can’t use the elevator at the moment because it is __________.
	A. out of work	B. out of sight	C. out of order	D. out of duty
30. If I __________ in your position, I would refuse to take part in the game.
	A. am	B. were	C. have been	D. be
31. Mr. Brown: “It’s very nice of you to meet me here.”	Tom: “__________.”
	A. That’s right, sir.	B. Yes, certainly, sir.	C. You’re right, sir.	D. It’s my pleasure, sir.
32. “How long will you stay here, Susan?” the man asked.
	A. The man wanted to know how long Susan will stay there.
	B. The man asked Susan how long I would stay there.
	C. The man asked Susan how long would she stay there.
	D. The man asked Susan how long she would stay there.
33. We must go now, __________ we will get stuck in the traffic.
	A. or else	B. so that	C. although	D. in order that
34. “Your aunt has rarely been abroad, __________?” the policeman asked Tony. 
	A. has not she	B. has she	C. hasn’t she	D. has your aunt
35. The notice “Keep out of reach of children!” can be seen __________.
	A. at the gate of a supermarket	B. on a box or bottle of medicine
	C. on an electric post	D. at a gas station
36. “There’s someone behind us. Do you think we are__________?” Jack asked worriedly.
	A. following	B. being following	C. followed	D. being followed
37. “How I hate to see the dentist tomorrow! I hope I don’t need to__________,” Bob cried out.
	A. have anything done	B. be done something	C. make something done	D. let anything done
38. The party was awful. Jane wishes she __________ to it.
	A. did not go	B. had not gone	C. has not gone	D. would not have gone
39. It was __________ difficult a question that all of us could not answer it.
	A. such	B. so	C. too	D. very
40. __________ you give the answer, __________ marks you can get.
	A. The quicker / the better	B. The more quickly / better
	C. The quickest / the best	D. The more quickly / the better
II. Give the correct form of the words in brackets (5.0 points):
41. We regret to inform you that you are not (QUALIFICATION) __________ for the job.
42. How will you (BEAUTIFUL) __________ the Christmas tree, Jane?
43. The man left his village on a (MISERY) __________ wet day.
44. It is education that helps with the (RICH) __________ of knowledge for the young.
45. Henry drank a lot of coffee to keep him (WAKE) __________ .
III. Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting (5.0 points):
46. Dictionaries frequently explain the origin of the defined word, state its part of speech, and indicating its correct use.
 A B C D
47. John’s parents are very glad that he has done lots of progress this school year.
 A B C D
48. The Prime Minister, accompanied by his attendants, are present at the opening of the new sports center.
 A B C D
49. The receptionist said Tom to sit down at the table and wait for the manager.
 A B C D
50. There are many different ways of comparing the economy of one nation with those of another. 
 A B C D
D. READING
I. There are five blanks in the passage below. From the words given in the box, choose the most suitable for each blank. There are TWO EXTRA WORDS that you do not need to use (5.0 points):
A. taken
B. total
C. made
D. experience
E. considerably
F. however
G. experiment
For many people, traveling by plane is an exciting (51) __________. Others, however, find the whole idea quite terrifying, although flying is no more dangerous than any other forms of travel and some experts say it is (52)__________safer. It is known, (53)__________, that most accidents occur during take-off and landing when the pilot’s decisions are very important. 
	The people whose job is to look after the passengers - the stewards and stewardesses - play an important role in helping passengers to feel safe and comfortable. Indeed for many passengers, being (54)__________ such care of is all part of the (55)__________experience. No other form of travel is required to wait on people in quite the same way, with food, drink, newspapers, magazines, music and even video films. 
II. Read the passage below and decide which option A, B, C or D best fits each space (10 points):
The media are the means or methods by which people learn what is (56)__________ in the city, in the country and in the world. The news media can be classified (57)__________ two general categories: the categories of print media and electronic media. Print media use the written material to communicate news to (58)__________. Electronic media use air waves to (59)__________ news to homes, offices and public places. Print media are usually divided into magazines and newspapers. Most newspapers print news daily. For example, the newspaper “The New York Time” is (60)__________ daily. However, Newsweek and Time magazines are published once a week. The electronic media are (61)__________ divided into radio and television. (62)__________ news is news that you listen to. In the United States many radio (63)__________ broadcast five minutes of news every hour. Television news is news that you not only listen to but also watch. In Canada and the United States, for example, many people watch an hour of news on TV at six o’clock in the evening. In the future, new categories of news media will (64)__________ even today computers are beginning to influence the transmission and reception (65)__________news.
56. 	A. showing	B. happening	C. making	D. doing
57. 	A. into	B. to	C. for	D. about
58. 	A. viewers	B. listeners	C. spectators	D. readers
59. 	A. receive	B. send	C. offer	D. get
60. 	A. published	B. made	C. taken	D. brought
61. 	A. carefully	B. especially	C. generally	D. completely
62. 	A. Print	B. Newspaper	C. Magazine	D. Radio
63. 	A. stations	B. offices	C. buildings	D. houses	
64. 	A. discover	B. develop	C. invent	D. disappear
65.	A. for	B. into	C. of	D. at
III. Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question (10 points):
 	During the teenage years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to. They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling to talk about their work in school. This is a normal development at this age, though it can be very hard for parents to understand. It is part of becoming independent of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still growing up. Young people are usually more willing to talk if they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not because people are trying to check up on them.
 	Parents should do their best to talk to their sons and daughters about school work and future plans. However, it is not a good idea that parents push teenagers to talk if they do not want to. Parents should also watch for the danger signs: some young people in trying to be adult may experiment with sex, drugs, alcohol, or smoking. Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behavior which may be connected with these and get help if necessary.
66. This passage is taken from a __________.
A. handbook for parents 	B. school timetable
C. teenage magazine 	D. book for children
67. Sometimes it is difficult for adults to talk to teenagers because __________.
A. teenagers think adults are not honest	B. teenagers do not like the ways adults ask them
C. most teenagers are quiet	D. most teenagers hate adults
68. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?
	A. That teenagers do not want to talk to adults is unusual at their age.
B. Teenagers will be unwilling to talk if people try to check up on them.
	C. It is advisable for parents to talk to their sons and daughters about school work and future plans.
	D. Parents should not force teenagers to talk if they do not want to.
69. Some teenagers experiment with drugs, smoking or alcohol because __________.
A. cigarettes, drugs, or alcohol help them relax 	B. cigarettes, dugs and alcohol are available everywhere 
C. they feel proud to be respected by adults 	D. they regard these as a mark of adulthood
70. The word behavior in the last sentence is closest in meaning to__________.
A. feeling 	B. reaction. 	C. activities 	D. manners
E. WRITING
I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way 

File đính kèm:

  • docde_thi_tuyen_sinh_lop_10_thpt_chuyen_nguyen_trai_mon_tieng_a.doc
  • docDAP AN DE ANH CHUYEN 2014.doc
Giáo án liên quan