Secondary school entrance exam_010

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.

1. A. Christmas B. school C. occur D. celebrate

2. A. program B. also C. nominate D. compose

3. A. season B. support C. house D. gifts

Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.

4. A. cultural B. satisfied C. although D. decorate

5. A. parade B. icon C. nationwide D. charity

Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best completes the sentence.

6. She is never satisfied _________what she has, is she?

 A. of B. with C. at D. in

7. She cried with _________when she heard that she had passed the final exam.

 A. joyful B. joyfully C. joy D. joyfulness

 

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ied with _________when she heard that she had passed the final exam.
 	A. joyful	B. joyfully	C. joy	D. joyfulness
People who cannot _________between colors are said to be color-blind.
 	A. differ	B. distinguish	C. tell	D. recognize
Do you know the shop _________I often buy newspapers and magazines?
 	A. which	B. who	C. where	D. that
Auld Lang Syne is a song which is sung _________ New Year’s Eve.
	A. on	B. at	C. in	D. to
He is the man _________priority is his family.
	A. which	B. that 	C. who	D. whose
_________he likes chocolate, he tries not to eat it.
	A. Because	B. Though	C. In spite of	D. As
The gentle lady _________before they said goodbye.
	A. gave a hug for her new friend	B. sent her new friend a hug
	C. sent a hug to her new friend	D. gave her new friend a hug
The Lunar New Year Holiday is the most important celebration _________Vietnamese people.
 	A. of	B. with	C. for	D. to
_________Passover, Jewish people celebrate freedom from slavery.
 	A. On 	B. At	C. In 	D. With
You can congratulate yourself _________having done a good job.
	A. on 	B. at 	C. in 	D. for
The government should have _________measures to reduce unemployment in the country.
	A. effect 	B. effective 	C. effectively	D. effectiveness
A _________is a person who is known for his humorous writing or talk.
	A. humor 	B. human	C. humorer 	D. humorist
Are you _________with the works of Shakespeare?
	A. acquaintance 	B. acquainting 	C. acquainted 	D. acquaint
My uncle, _________has just retired, is interested in gardening.
	A. who 	B. that	C. whose 	D. which
Choose the words or phrases that needs correction.
This novel, which written by a well-known writer, should be read.
	A	B	C	D
I think grey hair makes you look rather distinguishing.
	A	B	C	D
The water and land around the chemical factory are serious polluted.
	A	B	C	D
We suggest to plant more trees along the streets to have more shades and fresh air.
	A	B	C	D
I’d like going out for dinner, but I don’t feel like eating out tonight.
	A	B	C	D
Choose the one option A, B, C or D to complete the passage.
I (26)_______my teaching career nearly ten years ago. I spent six years (27)_______in a remote village where the villagers were very poor and the living standard was low. Sometimes I was very disappointed (28)_______bad living condition and low pay. I was really homesick. However, at that time with my youth enthusiasm, I tried my best to devote myself to the noblest career, which was "teaching". I loved my poor little students. They (29)_______living in poverty but they could not suffer from empty mind. I am proud (30)_______ myself to be a teacher, a hard working "boatman" taking my students to the "destination" of knowledge.
A. begin	B. had begun	C. have begun	D. began
A. having taught	B. taught	C. teaching	D. to teach
A. because of	B. because	C. so	D. despite
A. was	B. were	C. are	D. is
A. on	B. of	C. about	D. in
Read the text and questions below.
Most of the people in Saragossa were attending a children’s graduation ceremony in the village school when one of the worst tornadoes in American history suddenly struck. A sudden loud whistling sound made everyone sit up as the youngest child was shaking hands with the village mayor. It was supposed to be a time of great happiness. Instead it ended in tragedy. The children were receiving their certificates when the tornado hit the village without any warning. The walls of the school building fell in while most of the parents were watching the ceremony. Tons of concrete were sent crashing down on them. Other parents were preparing a huge meal in the school kitchen at the time of the disaster. Afterwards no building in Saragossa remained standing. Out of the population of 185, at least 25 were dead and a further 112 were injured. “The whole village has gone,” said police officer Paul Deshler. “There’s nothing at all here now. It looks worse than a war zone.”
What kind of disasters is the writer trying to show in the text?
	@	
Where were most of the village people when the tornado hit the village?
	@	
What could be heard when the tornado was coming?
	@	
What was the population of the village?
	@	
What did the police officer compare the village after the tornado with?
	@	
Rewrite the sentence as directed.
She can’t come to class because of her illness. (use conditional sentence type 2)
	@	
Children often give their mothers flowers on the Women’s Day. (change into passive)
	@	
Those students were punished. They didn’t do their homework. (use non-restrictive relative clause)
	@	
Despite a bad day, we went out for a picnic. (use Although…)
	@	
Our team didn’t play well, so we lost the game. (use I wish…)
	@	
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ANSWER KEYS
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently. 
A. Christmas	B. school	C. occur	D. celebrate
A. program	B. also	C. nominate	D. compose
A. season	B. support	C. house	D. gifts
Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
A. cultural	B. satisfied	C. although	D. decorate
A. parade	B. icon	C. nationwide	D. charity
Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best completes the sentence.
She is never satisfied _________what she has, is she?
	A. of 	B. with	C. at	D. in
She cried with _________when she heard that she had passed the final exam.
 	A. joyful	B. joyfully	C. joy	D. joyfulness
People who cannot _________between colors are said to be color-blind.
 	A. differ	B. distinguish	C. tell	D. recognize
Do you know the shop _________I often buy newspapers and magazines?
 	A. which	B. who	C. where	D. that
Auld Lang Syne is a song which is sung _________ New Year’s Eve.
	A. on	B. at	C. in	D. to
He is the man _________priority is his family.
	A. which	B. that 	C. who	D. whose
_________he likes chocolate, he tries not to eat it.
	A. Because	B. Though	C. In spite of	D. As
The gentle lady _________before they said goodbye.
	A. gave a hug for her new friend	B. sent her new friend a hug
	C. sent a hug to her new friend	D. gave her new friend a hug
The Lunar New Year Holiday is the most important celebration _________Vietnamese people.
 	A. of	B. with	C. for	D. to
_________Passover, Jewish people celebrate freedom from slavery.
 	A. On 	B. At	C. In 	D. With
You can congratulate yourself _________having done a good job.
	A. on 	B. at 	C. in 	D. for
The government should have _________measures to reduce unemployment in the country.
	A. effect 	B. effective 	C. effectively	D. effectiveness
A _________is a person who is known for his humorous writing or talk.
	A. humor 	B. human	C. humorer 	D. humorist
Are you _________with the works of Shakespeare?
	A. acquaintance 	B. acquainting 	C. acquainted 	D. acquaint
My uncle, _________has just retired, is interested in gardening.
	A. who 	B. that	C. whose 	D. which
Choose the words or phrases that needs correction.
This novel, which written by a well-known writer, should be read. [which was written]
	A	B	C	D
I think grey hair makes you look rather distinguishing. [distinguished]
	A	B	C	D
The water and land around the chemical factory are serious polluted. [serious]
	A	B	C	D
We suggest to plant more trees along the streets to have more shades and fresh air. [planting]
	A	B	C	D
I’d like going out for dinner, but I don’t feel like eating out tonight. [to go]
	A	B	C	D
Choose the one option A, B, C or D to complete the passage.
I (26)_______my teaching career nearly ten years ago. I spent six years (27)_______in a remote village where the villagers were very poor and the living standard was low. Sometimes I was very disappointed (28)_______bad living condition and low pay. I was really homesick. However, at that time with my youth enthusiasm, I tried my best to devote myself to the noblest career, which was "teaching". I loved my poor little students. They (29)_______living in poverty but they could not suffer from empty mind. I am proud (30)_______ myself to be a teacher, a hard working "boatman" taking my students to the "destination" of knowledge.
A. begin	B. had begun	C. have begun	D. began
A. having taught	B. taught	C. teaching	D. to teach
A. because of	B. because	C. so	D. despite
A. was	B. were	C. are	D. is
A. on	B. of	C. about	D. in
Read the text and questions below.
Most of the people in Saragossa were attending a children’s graduation ceremony in the village school when one of the worst tornadoes in American history suddenly struck. A sudden loud whistling sound made everyone sit up as the youngest child was shaking hands with the village mayor. It was supposed to be a time of great happiness. Instead it ended in tragedy. The children were receiving their certificates when the tornado hit the village without any warning. The walls of the school building fell in while most of the parents were watching the ceremony. Tons of concrete were sent crashing down on them. Other parents were preparing a huge meal in the school kitchen at the time of the disaster. Afterwards no building in Saragossa remained standing. Out of the population of 185, at least 25 were dead and a further 112 were injured. “The whole village has gone,” said police officer Paul Deshler. “There’s nothing at all here now. It looks worse than a war zone.”
What kind of disasters is the writer trying to show in the text?
	@ He is trying to show a tornado.	
Where were most of the village people when the tornado hit the village?
	@ They were at a children’s graduation ceremony in the village school.	
What could be heard when the tornado was coming?
	@ A sudden loud whistling sound could be heard.	
What was the population of the village?
	@ It was 185.	
What did the police officer compare the village after the tornado with?
	@ He compared it with a war zone	
Rewrite the sentence as directed.
She can’t come to class because of her illness. (use conditional sentence type 2)
	@ if she weren’t ill, she could come to class.	
Children often give their mothers flow

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