Đề Thi Học Sinh Giỏi môn Tiếng Anh lớp 9 tỉnh

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Đề Thi Học Sinh Giỏi môn Tiếng Anh lớp 9 tỉnh. ĐỀ THAM KHẢO THI HỌC SINH GIỎI MÔN ANH VĂN TOÀN QUỐC GIÚP CHO CÁC EM HỌC SINH VÀ QUÝ THẦY CÔ GIÁO THAM KHẢO DỄ DÀNG MÔN TIẾNG ANH, ĐỂ LÀM BÀI TỐT TRONG CÁC KÌ THI HỌC KỲ, GIỮA LÌ VÀ THI HỌC SINH GIỎI CÁC CẤP.... Cũng như các thư viện tài liệu khác được thành viên chia sẽ hoặc do sưu tầm lại và chia sẽ lại cho các bạn với mục đích tham khảo , chúng tôi không thu tiền từ bạn đọc ,nếu phát hiện nội dung phi phạm bản quyền hoặc vi phạm pháp luật xin thông báo cho chúng tôi,Ngoài tài liệu này, bạn có thể download bài giảng,luận văn mẫu phục vụ học tập Có tài liệu tải về sai font không xem được, nguyên nhân máy tính bạn không hỗ trợ font củ, bạn tải các font .vntime củ về cài sẽ xem được.

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SÔÛ GIAÙO DUÏC VAØ ÑAØO TAÏO KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 CẤP TỈNH TÆNH BAØ RÒA VUÕNG TAØU Naêm hoïc : 2008 – 2009 -Ngaøy thi: 04/ 03/ 2009 MOÂN THI: TIEÁNG ANH - Thôøi gian laøm baøi : 150 phuùt ÑEÀ CHÍNH THÖÙC SỐ ĐIỂM GIÁM KHẢO 1 GIÁM KHẢO 2 SỐ PHÁCH I. Phonetics (1 pt): CIRCLE the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently in each group 1. A. bush B. flush C. brush D. crush 2. A. sun B. sort C. sour D. sure 3. A. pour B. roar C. flour D. soar 4. A. latter B. label C. ladder D. matter CIRCLE the word with different stress pattern in each group. 5. A. tragedy B. candidate C. genuine D. cathedral 6. A. activity B. biology C. geography D. scientific 7. A. admirable B. advisable C. reliable D. desirable 8. A. encounter B. determine C. document D. disaster II. Conversation pieces (2 pts) It’s your best friend David’s birthday next week. You and your friend are discussing buying him something. Put the conversation in the right order. a) Fine! b) Good ideas! We could go tonight. c) Hi, Ella! I’ve been looking for you anywhere. It’s David’s birthday next Sunday! What can we get him? d) No, I don’t think that’s a good idea. His parents are going to do that. e) No, I don’t think that’s a very good idea. They are too expensive. What about getting him a Bjork CD? f) No, that’s no good, either. He’s got all of her CDs. Anyway, he’s not very keen on her any more. g) Hi, John. Yes, I’ve been thinking what to get David. What about a Manchester United shirt? He’s crazy about football. h) Oh, isn’t he? Well, let me think. I know! We could get him something for his computer! i) Well, in that case, I’ve got no idea what to get him. Hang on! What about asking his brother? Maybe he can help us. =>1………., 2………., 3………., 4………., 5…...…., 6………., 7………., 8…...…., 9…...…., III. Complete the letter by writing in the blanks the correct form of the verbs in parentheses (2 pts). Dear Jackie, Thanks for your letter. It was great to hear from you. I have left school – for the summer anyway. I left in June. I was sick of it and I (1.not want) ……………..……………to go to summer school. I wanted to earn some money. I (2.have) ……………….……………a part time job this summer. Samantha (3.leave) ………………..…………our school. She started at a private school last month. I haven’t seen her since she went to private school. Casey saw her last week. She (4. play) ………………….……..…racquetball with Sue. Casey said she (5.not recognize) ……………....………… her at first. Sue and Casey are both in summer school, but they (6.not take) …………………….………the same subjects. So they (7.not see) ………………….…..………each other very often. Your parents moved last month, so I guess you (8.not come) …………………..….………… back here. Anyway, please write to me when you have time. Love, Richie IV. Complete the passage by writing the correct forms of the words given in parentheses (2 pts). TWENTIETH – CENTURY FASHION Before the First World War fashions did not change very quickly. Men wore dark suits. Women wore long dresses. Under their dresses they wore stiff corsets. These gave women a very narrow waist, but they were very (1. comfort) ……………….……….. In the “(2.Roar) ………….……………..Twenties” dresses became shorter. People saw women’s knees for the first time. Corsets (3. appear) ……………….……….. A straight figure with no waist was (4.fashion) ………………………….. People saw men in pants with wide legs. In the 1930s and 1940s dresses and coats became longer again. Men’s fashion did not change very much. In the 1950s people were richer, and teenagers spent a lot of money on clothes. A lot of teenagers wore shirts and jackets, (5.special) ……………….…………..in pink and green. Both men and women wore shoes with (6.point) …………….…………..toes. The 1960s saw (7.revolutionize) ………………..………..in clothes. Everything changed. This was the time of the mini-skirt, tights, and high boots. In the late 80s and early 90s, it seems that “anything goes”. People just want to wear anything from a loose sweatshirt and baseball cap to (8.sport) ……………….……..clothes. V. CIRCLE the best answers to complete the sentences (2 pts). 1. Go on, finish the dessert. It needs …………..up because it won’t stay fresh until tomorrow. A. eating B. eat C. to eat D. being eaten 2. If only we …………..more time, we …………..more of the country. A. have/could see B. had/could have seen C. had had/ could see D. had had/ could have seen 3. Sir Edward is said………………….the brightest boy in his class. A. to be B. being C. to have been D. having been. 4. Most people would prefer to fly ……………go by sea because it is so much faster. A. than B. to C. rather than D. better than 5. Could you wait for a few moments until the manager …………..back? A. to get B. gets C. getting D. will get 6. The orator goes from one university to ………….. A. other B. another C. others D. the other 7. The doctor suggested that Mary …………..to see him more regularly. A. go B. goes C. went D. would go 8. - “Are they good pianists?” - “Mary is a good pianist, …………..” A. but John isn’t B. but John isn’t, either C. and John is D. and John is, either 9. Will anyone who has taken my dictionary please bring …………..? A. back to me B. it back to me C. it back me D. back it to me 10. Their father is a very good friend of ………….. A. them B. themselves C. their D. theirs 11. John has behaved like an adult; he imagines …………..grown up. A. he B. his C. himself D. he will 12. …………..the novels that I have read, I enjoy this one the most. A. From all B. All of C. For all D. Of all 13. I could tell from the …………..look on her face that something terrible ………….. A. frightened/happened B. frightened/had happened C. frightening/ was happened D. frightening/ had been happened 14. She asked for …………..the apples. A. some more B. any more C. some more of D. any more of 15. A compass …………..directions. A. used to find B. is used to find C. is used to finding D. gets used to finding 16. He gets his close friend Peter …………..his essay for mistakes. A. check B. checks C. to check D. checked VI. IDENTIFY underlined words or phrases that are wrong and then CORRECT them (2 pts). Ex: 0. (A) No matter how (B) hardly she tried, she (C) failed the (D) entrance exam. => 0. B: hard 1. Her (A) fear of (B) the dark (C) dates from when she (D) has been a little girl. 2. Harry, (A) alike his classmates, (B) is trying (C) hard to finish his work (D) early. 3. Without (A) a doubt, the best way to do well at school (B) to keep up (C) constantly with the homework and (D) regularly master all the class notes. 4. (A) Identical twins are almost always (B) of the same sex, (C) resemblance one another very (D) closely and have similar fingerprints and blood groups. 5. You (A) really must see (B) that new movie. We (C) find it very (D) excited. 6. The new computer chip (A) is (B) the smallest one (C) has ever (D) been developed. 7. The ability (A) to talk is one of (B) the skill that make humans (C) different from the rest of (D) the animal world. 8. Telescopes are (A) frequently used in astronomy (B) to collect light from a celestial object, bring the light (C) into focus, and (D) producing a magnified image. => 1……………………..2………………………..3. ………………………4. …………………………. 5. ……………………… 6………………………..7………….…………….8. ………………..………… VII. Complete the passage by writing in each blank with ONE suitable word (2 pts). The country is more beautiful than a town and pleasanter to live in. Many people think so, and go to the country for the summer holidays (1)………..….. they cannot live there all the year round. Some have a cottage built in a village so that they can go there whenever they time (2)………..… Villages are not all alike, but (3)…..…………some ways they are not very different from each other. (4) ……….…….. every village has a village square with big old banyan trees. Houses or cottages in villages are (5)…………..…….. by green paddy fields, clusters of bamboo tress, and wide stretches of green grass… Country life is now more comfortable and many villages have water brought through pipes into each (6) ………….……… Most villages are so close to some small towns (7)………..…….. people can go to buy (8)……………….. they cannot find in the village shops. VIII. Read the text about HAWAII and CIRCLE the answer which best fits each space (2 pts). Hawaii, a group of islands (1)…………about 2,400 miles west of California, became the fiftieth state of the United States of America in 1959. The islands contain many volcanoes, some of (2)…………erupt from time to time. The lava which flowed from earlier eruptions has developed into very (3)…………soil. Many plants thrive there, particular sugar canes, pineapples, and tropical flowers. Hawaii prospers by exporting all of these and also by tourism. Tourists are attracted by the beautiful scenery and the sunny beaches. Hawaii is particularly fortunate in its climate, which, (4)…………it varies at different altitudes, is exceptionally mild for a tropical region. The first schools in Hawaii were (5)…………established by missionaries; today most of the schools are secular, and education is compulsory. One of Hawaii’s centers of (6)…………learning is the University of Hawaii, established in 1907. It is a large university with modern research facilities. The people of Hawaii are noted (7)…………their friendliness and charm. The population is basically Polynesian. There are also many Japanese and other Far Eastern, etc. These varied racial and ethnic groups have learned to live together in peace and harmony, setting an example well worth (8)………… 1. A. stayed B. positioned C. placed D. located 2. A. which B. them C. these D. what 3. A. rich B. fertile C. plenty D. abundant 4. A. although B. because C. when D. as long as 5. A. ones B. what C. that D. those 6. A. greater B. extra C. higher D. advanced 7. A. from B. for C. by D. about 8. A. obeying B. copying C. following D. imitating IX. Reading comprehension (2 pts). Read the article on “Spyware” and write questions A-E in the correct place 1-5. A. What is Spyware B. How do I get rid of it? C. What can it do? D. How does it get on to my computer? E. Is Spyware a common problem? Nobody likes a computer virus, but at least you can get rid of it. And there is a lot of anti-virus software these days. It can find a virus, fix it and you can forget about it. Unfortunately the same isn’t true for spyware. 1. ...................................................... Spyware is software that hides somewhere on your computer. It collects information about what you do on the Internet and passes this information to companies without your permission. If you shop on the Internet and use your credit card, you should know that some spyware can record this information! 2. ...................................................... Your computer can catch spyware in lots of ways. If you open the wrong mail, or even visit the wrong website, spyware can download itself onto your computer. And spyware often comes with free software. 3. ...................................................... Most spyware just collects information about your surfing habits for advertising reasons. But some spyware can be more powerful and will often make your computer slower. Adware is a type of spyware which is advertising software. It makes ‘pop-up’ advertisements appear while you are connected to the Internet. Not dangerous … but very annoying. 4. ...................................................... If this is the first time you’ve heard of spyware, you’ve probably got some on your PC. Surveys have found that 90% of computers have several pieces of spyware on them. And spyware will stay on your computer for a long time, quietly collecting information and sending it back to its authors. 5. ...................................................... There is some anti-spyware software that will remove most of your problems. However, some anti-spyware is spyware itself, so be careful! For a complete list of software, go to spywarewarrior.com. X. Rewrite the sentences, using exactly correct words given in bold (3 pts) 1. People admire him more as a guitarist than as a singer. (successfully) => He ………………………………………………………………………………………………….sings. 2. Why didn’t you finish the work last night. (were) => If ……………………………………………………………………………………………….last night. 3. You won’t have any seat unless you book in advance. (can) => Only ………………………………………………………………………………………………..a seat. 4. Two of Peter’s three sisters are working as English teachers. (whom) => Peter has …………………………………………………………………………………English teachers. 5. I haven’t seen such an interesting film for ages. (a) => It ……………………………………………………………………………………………………...film. 6. There are such a lot of jobs that he cannot decide which to take. (so) => There …………………………………………………………………………………………………take. GOOD LUCK TO YOU! ... - tailieumienphi.vn 686972