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|25-02-2009, 09:49 PM||#1|
đề thi học sinh giỏi tiếng anh
ai có đề thi học sinh giỏi môn anh văn toàn quốc lớp 10, 11, 12 trong các năm gần đây cho em xin với#
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|26-04-2009, 05:30 PM||#2|
Ma Cấp 2
Use a relative pronoun or relative adverb to combine each pair of sentences below.
1.I thanked the woman.This wonan had help me.
2.Mr.Smith he was too busy to speak to me.I had come to see him.
3.The man is my father.I respect this man most.
4.The man is my father.I respect his opinions most.
5.I saw o lot of people and horses they went to market.
6.Tom has three sisters.All of them are married.
7.I recently went back to Paris.It is still as beatiful as a pearl.
8.I recently went back to Paris.I was born in Paris nearly 50 years ago.
9.She is the most intelligent woman.I've ever met this woman.
10.His doctor is famous.You visited him yesterday.
11.Do you know the music?It is being played on the radio.
12.The police want to know the hotel.Mr.Franter stayed two weeks ago.
13.The reason hasn't been told yet.The president will come to that city for that reason.
14.The day was rainy.She left on that day.
15.You didn't tell us the reason.We have to cut down our daily expenses for that reason.
16.The reason is not valid.You gave it yesterday.
17.That man is an artist.I don't remember the man's name.
18.I've sent two letter.He has received neither of them.
19.My father goes swimming everyday.You met him yesterday.
20.That car belongs to Dr.Dark.Its engine is very good.
|26-04-2009, 05:31 PM||#3|
Ma Cấp 2
Combine the following sentences, using relative pronouns or relative adverb.
1.The letter is full of interesting news.I received it two days ago.
2.The young man is my brother's friend.You met him at my place last night.
3.The room is painted yellow.Nobody has slept in the room for years.
4.The man is an architect.We talked to him last night.
5.She didn't remember the small town.She had been born and grown up in that town.
6.The girl is my friend.Her mother died last year.
7.I'll never leave for the village.I was born there.
8.The field is very fertile.They plant potatoes in the field.
9.There are many hotels.Tourists can enjoy their holidays there.
10.You can't enjoy hiking in winter.Snow covers everything in winter.
11.Please ask them the time.The train started the trip at that time.
12.No one knows the school.My uncle taught at that shool 10 years ago.
13.I'll always remember the day.I first saw that sight on that day.
14.The building is very old.He lives in that building.
15.July is the month.The weather is usually hot in that month.
16.that is a restaurant.I will meet you at that restaurant.
17.That is the man.He wife is my teacher.
18.I do'nt know the reason.She left shool for it.
19.It is the worst film.I've never seen it.
20.I know the young man.Her mother writes detective stories
|17-06-2009, 08:01 PM||#4|
nam 2009 de thi hoc sinh gioi 12
PART I : LISTENING COMPREHENSION: ( 2.0 pts )
Question 1: Listen to the passage then pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) in each question. The passage will be read twice:
1. In Porto, walking around is great because _______________.
A. the shops are very modern and the centre is very crowded.
B. the streets are narrow and full of churches, museums, and markets.
C. the streets are wide and full of people and vehicles.
D. the weather is warm and there are lots of shops and restaurants.
2. The writer thinks the atmosphere in Porto is_____________.
A. very exciting B. unsafe and violent
C. busy and unfriendly D. safe and friendly
3. People spend the evening hitting each other with plastic hammers___________.
A. at weekends B. every Sunday in summer
C. at São Joao in June D. when the weather is sunny
4. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The writer really enjoys drinking wine produced in Porto.
B. People usually go to Foz at the weekends.
C. Porto is not a big town.
D. Porto is situated in the north of Portugal.
Question 2 : Listen to the passage then pick out the information to complete these sentences. The passage will be read twice:
1. If the coffee plant is left alone in the wild, it can grow up to_______________.
2. When the berries are ripe, the_____________are used to produce coffee.
3. After the coffee beans are roasted and ground, people pack the coffee powder in_______________ to keep it fresh.
4. In some places of the world, coffee is made very_______________, and it is served in small cups.
PART II :VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR ( 8 pts )
Question 3: Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to complete each sentence :
1. We are………busy to think about that problem at the moment.
A. much more B. far too
C. really D. simply
2. Please help me! I couldn’t open the jar……….hard I tried.
A. in spite of B. no matter
C. whatever D. however
3. He tells his daughter to eat all her food or……….she would not get any toys.
A. instead B. in fact
C. else D. in case
4. Mrs. Laurence has to send her dirty clothes to the laundress’s because her washing
machine was out of…………..
A. order B. fashion
C. work D. position
5. Janet should have stayed out of the sun because her skin is so…………..
A. senseless B. sensible
C. sensitive D. insensible
6. A good friend will…………you when you’re having problems.
A. stand by B. stand in
C. stand off D. stand over
7. Total colour blindness,……………, is the result of a defect in the retina.
A. is a rare condition B. a rare condition
C. that a rare condition D. a rare condition that
8. Earthquakes can damage a tree………violently, and it can take several years for the
tree to heal.
A. to cause to shake it B. when shaking it causes
C. to cause shaking D. by causing it to shake
Question 4 : Complete these sentences, using the suitable forms of the words in
1. Coffee plants were first………in Ethiopia over 700 years ago. ( discovery )
2. He got retired 5 years ago and was then invited to be a member of the………….. committee of the town. (advice )
3. WWF has ……….. panda as a kind of endangered animals in the world. ( classes )
4. It seems to be……….for human beings to live on Mars. It’s extremely hot there. ( possibility )
5. ………….is now applying in education and public health care in our country.
( society )
6. Weather is sometimes………….It’s hard to predict the weather exactly. ( rely )
7. Everyone likes him a lot because of his………….( generous )
8. Nowadays, mobiles are used………….in all regions of Viet Nam. ( popularity )
Question 5 : There are 8 errors in the passage below. Read the passage, find out these
errors then correct them.The number (0) is an example:
There are so ( 0.much -> many ) museums and gallleries in London which even people who have lived there for a long time do not know them all. Some are traditional museums, but many are now making its exhibitions interactive, or hands-on, to encourage people to touch and understand what is on display. At the Science Museum, visitors can carry away experiments. At the National History Museum, managers can find out how to look for fossils on the beach. At the National Gallery, the country’s main art gallery, visitors can call up paintings on radio screens, find out about them and then print out a plan with their location indicated. The Clink Prison Museum is a reconstruction of a seventeenth-century prison. Visitors can look at a typical cell and light leg irons and chains.
At MOMI, the Museum of the Moving Image, almost all the things on display move. You can see why the first film was made, listen to the latest stereo systems and watch the news from the 1960s. You can compose your own cartoons, read the news on TV and fly like Superman over London.
Question 6 : Choose ONE option ( A,B,C or D ) corresponding to the best sentence
which is made up from the given cue words.
1. / important / it / stop / patient / smoke / drink / at once /
A. It’s important that the patient stops smoking and drinking at once.
B. It’s important that the patient should stop smoking and drinking at once.
C. It’s important that the patient stops to smoke and drink at once.
D. It’s important that the patient should stop to smoke and drink at once.
2. / balcony / high building / good / view / football match /
A. The balcony of the high building can make the football match better to view.
B. From the balcony of the high building, we can have a better view of the football match.
C. From the balcony of the high building, the football match can have a good view.
D. The football match can view the balcony of the high building quite well.
3. / police’s warnings / people / refuse / helmets /
A. Despite the police’s warnings, many people still refuse to wear helmets.
B. Because of the police’s warnings, many people refuse wearing helmets.
C. Thanks to the police’s warnings, many people still refuse of wearing helmets.
D. Even though the police’s warnings, many people refuse not to wear helmets.
4. / ages / be / they / go / Da Lat /
A. It has been ages when they last went to Da Lat.
B. It has been ages when they have gone to Da Lat.
C. It seems to be ages since they last went to Da Lat.
D. Since they have gone to Da Lat, they have been ages.
5. / stop / we / play / tennis / because / rain / start /
A. We stopped playing tennis because it rain starts.
B. We stopped playing tennis because of it started to rain.
C. We stopped playing tennis because it started to rain.
D. We stopped to play tennis because it started to rain.
6. / computer / run / ten time / fast / this / old one /
A. This ten times computer runs faster than the old one.
B. This computer runs ten times faster than the old one.
C. This computer runs fast ten times than the old one.
D. This computer runs faster ten times than the old one
7. / this coat / you / prefer / coat / wear / yesterday /
A. I prefer this coat to the coat you wearing yesterday.
B. I prefer this coat than the coat you were wearing yesterday.
C. I prefer this coat to the coat you wear yesterday.
D. I prefer this coat to the coat you wore yesterday.
8. / Einstein / can / not / speak / until / he / eight /
A. Not until Einstein was eight can he speak.
B. Einstein could not speak until he was eight.
C. Einstein cannot speak until he was eight.
D. Not until Einstein was eight he can speak.
PART III : READING ( 6.0 pts )
Question 7 : Read the passage below then pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) in
each question :
Disasters are usually unexpected. For once, this was one which everyone had expected. Even so, when Mount St Helens actually exploded in Washington State on Sunday, 18th May 1980, it did so suddenly and dramatically __ and left some 100 people dead.
Geologist David Johnston was keeping watch at the Coldwater Two observation post five miles north of the summit of Mount St Helens. For seven weeks the 2,949-metre snow-covered mountain had been giving out signs of imminent eruption. Johnston was at one of a number of observation points from which geologists were keeping up with the state of the mountain and reporting back to the US Geological Survey base 40 miles south of the summit at Vancouver, Washington State.
At 8.32 a.m. that Sunday, Johnston got on to the base and shouted over the radio: ‘Vancouver, Vancouver. This is it. The mountain’s going!’ They were the 30-year-old geologist’s last words. He died instantly as the volcano exploded with a force 500 times greater than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima, taking 400 metres off the top. Any attempts to get through to Johnston again were useless.
People heard the noise 200 miles aways. But the mud and ash quickly caught up with Bert Delfonso, a logger, only 25 miles away. He said it was ‘like the end of the world. Heavy, thick cloud boiled up, while and blue, lightning flashes crackled through the mountains. It rained mud balls. And after that the ash came down. It just got black, and I mean pitch black’.
Another witness said: ‘I broke out in a cold sweat, and ran.’
Within seconds the volcano had put on a terrible display. The north wall collapsed and gas, ash and rock blasted up into the air, some up to 16 miles into the stratosphere. Snow melted instantly and avalanches of mud and rock hurtled down the sides of the volcano at 100 mph, sweeping away homes, cabins, bridges and millions of fir trees. One flow of debris blocked the outlet of Spirit Lake. When the ash fell, it fell on the state fish farm at Green River killing 10,000,000 salmon, and on the wheat fields and orchards to the east.
Until 1980 the volcano had been inactive since 1857. In 1975 geologists had predicted that it might erupt ‘perhaps before the end of the century’. And then seven weeks before the disaster, the experts came up with a more exact prediction. They said an eruption was imminent and that an evacuation programme should begin. They declared two zones around the mountain ( a red zone and a blue zone) and set up blockades to stop people going in. But in the weeks that led up to that Sunday, tourists, loggers, property-owners, newsmen and mountain climbers had entered the ‘forbidden’ zones. Some of these people paid with their lives. Later, it was found that ash and molten mud had caught up with many: falling trees had killed others.
David Johnston had always known that the mountain would blow fast when the time came. He thought they would have about two hours’warning. In the event, he had hardly any warning at all. Searchers found only a four-foot-high pile of black ash where Johnston’s trailer had stood.
When the dust and ash had finally settled, what kinds of problems do you think people in nearby towns and cities had to face up ?
1. The disaster happened when__________
A. an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima .
B. a bomb exploded at the US Geological Survey base.
C. Mount St Helens erupted in the United States in 1980.
D. there was an explosion in the US capital in 1980.
2. The eruption at Mount St Helens happened _________
A. suddenly without any signs of warnings in advance.
B. seven weeks after it had given out signs of imminent eruption.
C. repeatedly one by one in some days during seven weeks.
D. seven weeks earlier than the geologists’ prediction.
3. Right after Johnston saw the eruption, he___________
A. drove quickly to the US Geological Survey base.
B. reported quickly to the US Geological Survey base by radio.
C. quickly escaped from the site by helicoter.
D. couldn’t report any words to the base in Vancouver.
4. After the explosion at the summit of Mount St Helens, the mud and ash caught up anybody and anything ___________ away .
A. 25 miles B. 200 miles
C. 16 miles D. 400 metres
5. Some of the gas, ash and rock blasted up into the air up to the __________.
A. snow-covered summit B. outer space.
C. Geological Survey base D. stratosphere
6. Before this eruption, Mount St Helens had been living in peace since _________
A. the end of the previous century B. 1980
C. 1857 D. 1975
7. Seven weeks before the disaster, geologists suggested_________
A. carrying out an evacuation programme.
B. building a series of observation points.
C. building a long wall to prevent the hot lava.
D. sweeping away homes, cabins, bridges and trees.
8. A lot of people paid their lives in this disaster ___________
A. while running away from the blue zone.
B. for entering the ‘ forbidden’ zones.
C. while climbing to the summit of Mount St Helens.
D. for stopping people evacuating from the red zones.
Question 8 : Fill in each numbered blank with ONE suitable word to complete the
Sanjit Ray works for a computer company in Los Angeles, California. He writes computer …( 1 )…. But he doesn’t go to Los Angeles every day. In fact, he doesn’t live in the USA. He lives in India. Every day, he…( 2 )…the bus into Bombay and he goes to an office there. The computer company sends information to him…( 3 )…e-mail. He works on the information on a computer and then he sends the program back to California. The computer company doesn’t do the work in the USA because it costs…( 4 )…to do it in India. Salaries there are…( 5 )….Also, India is twelve hours…( 6 )…of California. So the computer company sends information at the end of the day and Sanjit works on it when it’s…( 7 )…time in the USA. When he sends the programs…( 8 )…, they arrive in California before the computer company starts in the morning.
Question 9 : The article below is not complete and logical. Eight paragraphs or sentences have been removed from it. Find out one of the suitable paragraphs / sentences ( A- I ), then insert it into the gaps ( 1- 8 ) where it should be to make the article a good one. There is one extra paragraph which you do not need to use:
THE DAY I WILL NEVER FORGET
That day in May three years ago could have put me off flying completely, but it didn’t. I had always wanted to take up flying, but it wasn’t until I had seen an advertisement for a cheap trial lesson that I decided to try it.
__ or at least I thought I did! So I rang up the flying club and booked a lesson.
When I turned up at the club, I paid and then met my instructor, who turned out to be a woman.
I should have listened to her from the moment we had shaken hands, because she was in fact giving me my own private lecture on the basic of flying. The trouble was that everything was so new and strange to me that I hardly heard anything she said.
The instructor was still talking, giving me information and advice, but I couldn’t take anything in. I wasn’t frightened: I was just too interested in leaving the earth and in the view beneath us.
But we had only up in the air for about ten minutes__ and remember that this was the first time I had ever been in an aeroplane__ when she said: ‘Right. You can take over now. Good luck. Just keep her steady with the horizon.’And she took her hands off the controls.
I obviously did something wrong because the next moment the ground seemed to be racing up to meet us.
my instructor took over the controls and we were soon flying straight again.
I honestly admit that the experience was more embarrassing than anything else.
but friends won’t let you forget things like that very easily, will they?
THE REMOVED PARAGRAPHS :
A. I know that I froze for a moment or two, but I don’t know exactly what I did after that.
B. Although she knew I had no experience at all, she took me straight out to the plane which was being tanked up with fuel.
C. I have been flying regularly for three years now and can put a plane in and out of a dive,
D. I had very little money and no knowledge at all about flying, but I had a lot of courage
E. “ Oh, yes, I know there’s an energy crisis__ but we’ll pull through somehow!”
F. I woke up very excited on the morning of the ‘historic day’ and cycled to the airport which was about ten miles away.
G. We put on parachutes, got into the plane, which was about as big as a Mini inside, strapped ourselves in side by side, and took off.
H. I thought we were going to crash, but with a calm ‘I’ll take over again now’,
I. The instructor was flying the plane of course and I was just holding my dual controls.
PART IV : WRITING ( 4.0 pts )
Question 10 : For each of the sentences below, write a new sentence as similar as possible in meaning to the original one, but using the word given.This word must not be altered in any way:
Example: ( o ) There was no conclusion at the end of the workshop.
They did not conclude anything at the end of the workshop.
1. Life in the countryside was completely different from that in the city.
2. The exploration of the New World was made as early as the 15th century.
3. Deep breath in pure air is good for your health.
4. Weather may cause various effects on a person’s mood.
5. For thousands of years , people have highly believed in supernatural powers.
6. Telephone has brought convenience to people all over the world.
7. A man with high ambition will never find leisured time in his life.
8. She was finally persuaded to travel by train.
Question 11: Write a short passage ( about 150 words ) which ends with this sentence: “ In spite of everything that had happened, however, I just couldn’t help smiling to myself.”
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|22-06-2009, 08:56 PM||#6|
Ma Cấp 2
nhìn đề thì thấy hơi choáng,cũng ko khó,làm thử 1 fần thử hen
Question 4 : Complete these sentences, using the suitable forms of the words in
1. Coffee plants were first…dícoveried……in Ethiopia over 700 years ago. ( discovery )
2. He got retired 5 years ago and was then invited to be a member of the……adviser…….. committee of the town. (advice )
3. WWF has …class…….. panda as a kind of endangered animals in the world. ( classes )??? ko bik câu này
4. It seems to be…possible…….for human beings to live on Mars. It’s extremely hot there. ( possibility )
5. ……Society…….is now applying in education and public health care in our country.
( society) ơ đây chỉ có thể là noun
6. Weather is sometimes…unreliable……….It’s hard to predict the weather exactly. ( rely )
7. Everyone likes him a lot because of his……generousity…….( generous )
8. Nowadays, mobiles are used…popularly……….in all regions of Viet Nam. ( popularity )
mong là trên Tb
WHEN CAN U LIVE 4EVER,
WHAT DO U LIVE 4???
WHEN CAN U LIVE 4EVER,
WHAT DO U LIVE 4???
|23-06-2009, 10:50 AM||#7|
3. classified 4. impossible
5. socialization 6. unreliable
7. generosity 8. popularly
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