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Đề thi chọn HSG môn Anh lớp 9 - Trường THCS Bình Minh

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PHÒNG GD&ĐT THANH OAI TRƯỜNG THCS BÌNH MINH ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 Năm học: 2013- 2014 Môn: Tiếng anh Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) A. PHONETICS: I. Find out and circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from those of the others. (3 × 0,2 = 0,6 pt) 1. A. of B. coffee C. off D. wife 2. A. relaxes B. watches C. misses D. lives 3. A. opened B. closed C. contained D. finished II. Pick out and circle the word whose main stress is different from those of the others. (3 × 0,2 = 0,6 pt) 4. A. literature B. entertainment C. recreation D. information 5. A. pollution B. excitement C. usually D. remember 6. A. assistant B. difficult C. important D. encourage B. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR I. Circle the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences. (20 × 0,2 = 4,0 pts) 7. He came to Paris 6 months ago……………………………………..French. A. so that to learn B. in order to learn C. for learning D. being learning 8. The examiner didn’t tell me………………………..I passed or not.. A. whether B. how C. if D. why 9. I’m expecting an important phone call from America. ……….you tell me when it comes? A. Could B. Would C. Will D. all are correct 10. Everyone is ready, …………………………………? A. isn’t he B. isn’t she C. aren’t they D. is he 11. I had my trousers………………………because they were too short. A. long B. length C. lengthening D. lengthened 12. The house was ……………………..expensive than he thought it would be. A. far more B. many more C. even more D. much 13. Nina wants to be a(n)…………………………….and join the government. A. politician B. economist C. physician D. socialist 14. She had to do the shopping for her friend…………………………..….she? A. didn’t B. hadn’t C. does D. isn’t 15. The more the car costs, ………………………..it goes. A. faster B. the more fast C. the fastest D. the faster 16. He looked at me…………………………. A. angry B. angrily C. anger D.angryly 1 17. It is difficult to find………………………..in this city. A. employment B. employer C. employee D. employ 18. The coach didn’t let anyone……………the team……………before the champion game. A. to watch/ to practise B. watch/ to practise C. to watch/ practise D. watch/ practise 19. My mother seldom goes to the theater and………………………… A. neither do I B. so do I C. I do to D. I do either 20. While working in the garden, ………………………. A. a snake attacked him B. a snake had attacked him C. he was attacked by a snake D. he had been attacked by a snake 21. You won’t have that cake……………………..you promise to help me. A. when B. except C. unless D. only if 22. I have just bought…………………………. A. a brown nice leather belt B. a nice leather brown belt C. brown a leather nice belt D. a nice brown leather belt 23. Thank you very much for that! - Well, ……………………. A. you’re welcome B. of course C. thank you D. I don’t mind 24. Excuse me! I’m doing my homework……………………..turning down your radio a bit? A. Would you please B. Can you C. Could you D. Would you mind 25. We are delighted…………………you won the English speaking contest. Well done! A. if B. whether C. that D. While 26. The team……………….. by an experienced rice cook won the rice-cooking contest. A. led B. leads C. leading D. lead II. Fill in each numbered blank with a suitable word. (7× 0,2 = 1,4 pts) A DOCTOR A doctor who worked in a village was very annoyed because many people (27)………..……… to stop him in the street and ask (28)………………….his advice. In this way, he was never paid for his services, and he never managed to earn much money. He made up(29)………………….. mind to put an end to do this. One day, he (30)……………….......................stopped by a young man(31)………………said to him, “Oh, doctor, I’m so happy to see you. I’ve got a severe pain in my left side”. The doctor pretended to be interested (32)……………………..said, “Shut your eyes and stick your tongue out of your mouth”. Then he went away, leaving the man standing in the (33)……………..with his tongue hanging out and a large crowd of people laughing at him. -> Your answers: 27: ……………. 28: …………….. 29: …………….. 30: …………... 31: ……………. 32: ……………. 33: …………….. III. Give the correct form of the words in brackets. (7× 0,2 = 1,4 pts) 34. In her…………………………………..she was a well – known athlete. (YOUNG) 35. English is a……………………………difficult language for us to learn. (COMPARE) 36. During wars civilians may be ………………………..to obtain food, water, shelter, and medical care. (ABLE) 2 37. The…………………………need assistance from the whole society. (POVERTY) 38. Our………………………………will arrive at Tan Son Nhat Airport at 6.30. (FLY) 39. The boy felt quite ………………………..…..with his examination results. (SATISFY) 40. After the earthquake, very few people were found to be……………………….. (LIVE) IV. There is a mistake in each of the following sentences. Find and correct it. (10× 0,2 = 2,0 pts) 41. Children should not be allowed to watch the lately film on TV when they have to get up early for school. ->……….............. 42. They who arrive early will get the best selection of seats. ->…….……...…. 43. Either my sister or the neighbors is looking after the dog. ->……….………. 44. The progress made in space travel for the early 1960s was remarkable. -> ……………… 45. There was a very interesting news on the radio this morning about the earthquake in Italy. ->……….……… 46. The person sits next to me is someone I’ve never met. ->……………… 47. This is our new employee. Will you show him how sending a fax? ->…..…………. 48. They asked me what did happen last night, but I was unable to tell them. ->…………...… 49. Each student studying chemistry have to spend at least three hours per week in the laboratory. ->…………….… 50. The little boy’s mother bought him a five speeds racing bicycle for his birthday. ->……………… V. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct forms. (5× 0,2 = 1,0 pt) 51. The door to this room (shut)……………………………………..……..since Monday. 52. Terance and Alice (water)…………………………………….when they suddently heard an alarm going off. 53. You shouldn’t get Jack (type)………………………………..this letter, he’s a careless man. 54. The money (steal)……………………………..in the robbery was never found. 55. My boss is angry with me. I didn’t do all the work that I (do)……………………last week. C. READING COMPREHENSION I. Choose the word or phrase to fill each of the blanks to make a meaningful passage. (10× 0,2 = 2,0 pts) Television may be a bad influence on children for three main reasons: First of all, some programmes are (56)………….. for children to see. For example, there are many police stories on television. People (57)………… with guns, knives and even cars. Some children might think that these things could happen to them at any time. Therefore, they can become frightened. (58)…………., some youngsters might begin to think that violence is a normal part of life because they see it so often on television. They may begin to act out violence they see and (59)………… or their playmates. (60)…………., television can affect children’s reading ability. Reading requires skills and brain processes that watching television does not. If children watch television too many hours each day, they don’t practise the skills they need to learn (61)…………to read. Finally, television may affect children’s (62)………………..in other ways. If they spend too much time watching television, they may get behind in their work. Also, if they stay up late to 3 watch a (63)……………………, they may fall (64)……………………… in class the next day. Consequently, they will not learn their lessons, and they could (65)……………....fail in school. 56. A. unimportant B. inconvenient C. unpopular D. unsuitable 57. A. are killed B. killed C. are died D. died 58. A. In addition B. Moreover C. Furthermore D. all are correct 59. A. hurt them B. are hurt them C. hurt themselves D. are hurt themselves 60. A. Second B. Secondly C. both are correct D. both are incorrect 61. A. what B. something C. all D. how 62. A. ability B. schoolwork C. health D. activities 63. A. late film B. exciting game C. good talk show D. fascinating cartoons 64. A. asleep B. sleepy C. sleeping D. slept 65. A. also B. even C. only D. still II. Read the text and decide whether the following is true (T) or false (F). (10× 0,2 = 2,0 pts) A TRADITIONAL WEDDING Everybody loves a good wedding and I’m no exception. I’ve been to a load of them in my native Britain and I must say that I usually have a great time. I’ve also been to a few abroad, including the Caribbean and Spain, and most recently (last week in fact) to one in the mountains of Sardinia. No two weddings are ever the same and I really enloyed this one for one or two of the differences from those in the UK. First, the two families spent at least three weeks before the big day preparing all the food, from wonderful home-made delicacies to simple traditional breads and pastas. In my experience, in the UK that onerous task is left to the caterers! In the week leading up to the wedding there is a dinner or some forms of celebration every day- training for stomach I guess. I know that we have the traditional Bachelor party and Bachelorette party, but this is more family orientated and certainly a little less rowdy. This particular ceremony was in a beautiful country church and afterwards the couple were driven to the reception in a wonderfully decorated classic Fiat 500, which was really similar to what happens in the UK, even down to the string of tin cans trailing behind the car! The reception itself was also very similar until I realized that the seven tables in the hall each sat sixty guests (that’s four hundred and twenty, for those of you who didn’t study Math), an average number for Sardinia but would be considered a very large wedding where I’m from. The wine flowed, as did the chatter – the famous Italian exuberance showing itself to the full. There were the five or six courses of wonderful food, screaming kids running wild, the ceremonial cutting of the cake by the bride and groom – but no speeches! Not one. In the Uk it’s traditional for the father of the bride to propose a toast. Followed by the groom and 4 finishing up with that of the best man. His is meant to be the highlight of the lunch/ dinner, generally having a good laugh at the groom’s expense, but here the groom was spared that particular discomfort. Instead there was a delightful custom which I’d never seen before, in which six or seven of the male guests pass round the hall banging trays, drums, pots, pans or basically anything that makes a horrendous noise, selling pieces of the groom’s tie which has been cut into tiny bits. The money raised is then given to the happy (!)couple to help them set up their new life together. Really nice. Finally, the evening saw a lot of traditional dancing, a little disco dancing and some karaoke. Pretty much the part I like best, and again I wasn’t disappointed. Can’t wait for the next one. 66. ……………………..The writer generally likes weddings. 67. ……………………. He didn’t particularly enjoy the Sardinian one. 68. ……………………..The families helped the caterers to prepare the food. 69. ……………………..There is usually a dinner the night before the wedding. 70. ……………………..The groom meets the bride outside the church. 71. ………………………UK wedding receptions are often a lot smaller than Sardinian ones. 72. ……………………...The writer found it hard to understand the speeches. 73. ………………………The staff of the reception hall cut the cake for the guests. 74. ………………………There is an auction to sell the groom’s tie. 75. ……………………….The money from this hepls to pay for the reception. D. WRITING I. Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning. (5× 0,2 = 1,0 pt) 1. You won’t get into university without passing your exam. -> Unless……………………………………………………………………………………..? 2. Both Jean and my sister can do nothing to help him. -> Neither…………………………………………………………………………………….. 3. He is said to have been in the French Foreign Legion. -> People……………………………………………………………………………………… 4. I regret selling the car. -> I wish………………………………………………………………………………………. 5. Bob is a much better swimmer than George. -> George can’t………………………………………………………………………………. II. Rewrite each sentence so that it contains the word in capitals and so that the meaning stays the same. (5× 0,2 = 1,0 pt) 1. People say that the couple are living in London. (SAID) -> ……………………………………………………………………………………….…….. 2. “Can I borrow your calculator?” Mandy said. (IF) -> …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3. It is difficult for me to read without my glasses. (FIND) ->……………………………………………………………………………………………… 4. Unless he changes his way of living, he’ll meet a lot of troubles. (IF) 5 ... - tailieumienphi.vn 911725

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