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Mô tả: UBND HUYỆN QUẾ SƠN PHÒNG GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 TOÀN HUYỆN Năm học 2009-2010 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút ( Không kể giao đề) Đề thi này gồm 06 trang(1-6). Thí sinh kiểm tra cẩn thận số trang trong đề trước khi làm bài. PHẦN GHI ĐIỂM DÀNH CHO GIÁM KHẢO SECTION I Grammar&Vocab (7.0 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1(2.0đ). 16 câu x 0.125 đ Q.2 (1.25đ).10 câu x 0.125 đ Q.3 (1.25đ).10 câu x 0.125 đ Q. 4 (2.5 đ). 10 câu x 0.25đ SECTION II Reading (5.5 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (3.0đ). 12 câu x 0.25 đ . . Q.2 (2.5đ). 10 câu x 0.25 đ SECTION III Writing (5.5 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (2.0đ). 8 câu x 0.25 đ . . Q.2 (3.5đ). 7 câu x 0.5 đ SECTION IV Listening (2.0đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (2.0đ). 8 câu x 0.25 đ . . Tổng câu đúng: Tổng điểm bài thi: Điểm ghi bằng chữ: . Chữ ký giám khảo 1: ; Chữ ký giám khảo 2: .Thí sinh làm bài vào tờ giấy thi này . SECTION I: GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY (7.0 PTS) Question 1: Circle the letter next to the word or phrase which best completes each of the following sentences (2.0 pts): 1. Peter used to __________ swimming every Friday when he was a student. A. went B. goes C. going D. go 2. There was such a huge _________ outside the stadium that it looked like we’d never get inside. A. team B. class C. crowd D. group 3. My friend __________ me that he was going to take a driving test. A. spoke B. told C. said D. talk 4. The teacher advised the children __________ and see the dentist regularly. A. went B. going C. go D. to go 5. Carmen __________ that you are making a mistake by turning down their offer. A. thinks B. is thinking C. is thought D. has thought 1 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Vòng 1 MÃ PHÁCH (Do Chủ tịch HĐ chấm ghi) 6. When you _________ the intersection of Fifth and Broadway, turn right. A. come B. reach C. get D. arrive 7. I asked my friend __________ he wanted to go out with me. A. that B. which C. who D. if 8. I’m learning English __________ I want to get a better job. A. or B. but C. therefore D. because 9. I admire so many actors, it would be hard to say who my ________ one is. A. perfect B. favorite C. better D. best 10. “ Would you like to have dinner with me?”. “__________” A. Yes, I’d love to B. Yes , so do I C. I’m very happy D. Yes, it is 11. Mary never cooks, __________? A. did not she B. doesn’t she C. does she D. did she 12. I think their house is __________ I’ve ever seen. A. the most beautiful B. more beautiful C. most beautiful that D. more beautiful that 13. “What do you know about the new chairperson?” “My assistant, __________ worked for him for years, says he’s a wonderful man.” A. that B. she C. who D. whose 14. “I’m having lunch with Sue Peterson tomorrow.” “Please __________ her my regards when you see her.” A. give B. you give C. to give D. be giving 15. “Does this jacket belong to you?” “No, and I’m not sure _________ it is.” A. who B. whose C. which D. that 16. They left the restaurant because there was nothing on the _________ they wanted to eat. A. list B. program C. menu D. catalogue Question 2: Circle the letter of the word(s) that is different. (1.25 pts): Example: 0. A. Sunday B. Friday C. June D. Tuesday 1. A. downtown ■ B. cottage ■ C. suburbs ■ D. village ■ 2. A. government ■B. relaxation ■ C. survival ■ D. organize ■ 3. A. professor ■ B. student ■ C. teacher ■ D. schedule ■ 4. A. luckily ■ B. fortunately ■ C. carelessly ■ D. comfortable ■ 5. A. department store ■ B. bakery ■ C. supermarket ■ D. shopping mall ■ 6. A. manager ■ B. cash register ■ C. salesperson ■ D. customer ■ 7. A. artist ■ B. music ■ C. inventor ■ D. cyclist ■ 8. A. star ■ B. plot ■ C. extra ■ D. director ■ 9. A. full-time ■ B. permanent ■ C. part-time ■ D. retire ■ 10. A. patience ■ B. fortunate ■ C. lucky ■ D. careful ■ Question 3: Complete the word in the sentence. (1.25 pts): Example: The audience loved the show. 1. It’s 3:30; I must p_______ up my children from school. 2 2. Discip_______ in schools isn’t as strict today as it used to be. 3. If you want to get in shape, why don’t you t______up tennis? 4. I have always loved the violin. As a child, I thought of becoming a v_______. 5. We buy so much that we always need a shopping c_______ in the supermarket. 6. It’s too expensive for me to live on my own, so I want to m_______ back home. 7. My exams start next week. I must r_______ my notes over the weekend. 8. The meal was terrible. We should c_______ to the manager. 9. Students are sent to the principal if they don’t b_______ in class. 10. Who is in c_______ of this department? Question 4: Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. (2.5 pts): 1. As soon as she arrives, we (have) ______________ dinner. 2. If we stayed in tonight, what ______________ we (do)____________ ? 3. She said that she (call)____________ back later. 4. My father (smoke)____________ a lot, but he quit ten years ago. 5. My car (repair)_______________ at the moment. I had an accident last week. 6. The movie star’s picture (take)____________ when he was shopping with his girlfriend. 7. She started the job last month, and she ___________ already (give) ____________ a raise. 8. When we (check in) ______________ , I’ll ask for a window seat. 9. Celebrities __________often (see)___________ at the best New York restaurants. 10. If we don’t use less electricity, global warming (get)____________ worse. SECTION II: READING (5.5 PTS) Question 1. Read the passage and fill in each space with ONE appropriate word from the words given in box. Two words aren’t used (3.0 pts): words, food, rid, work, comes, accounts, example, up, starve, living, unless, know, let’s, hope, means The need for money (0) comes from the fact that different people in society produce different things. This (1)___________ that people depend on each other for goods and (2)___________. Let us take the (3)___________ of a farmer who produces more food than he requires and a carpenter who earns a (4)___________ by selling the tables and chairs that he has made. It will be obvious that (5)___________ some means of exchange is found, the farmer will not be able to get (6)___________ of his surplus food and the carpenter, having nothing to eat, will (7)___________ to death! Clearly, the possible means of exchange for them to use will be barter – in other (8)___________, to exchange a certain amount of one kind of goods ((9)___________ say flour) for a certain amount of another (tables or chairs, in this case). 3 Obviously, barter can (10)___________ only in a very simple society. In an advanced society one can’t go around carrying things in the (11)___________ that he can exchange them for the right things he needs. So, we need something that will stand for the goods and services that we want to exchange. That (12)___________ for the origin of money. Question 2: Read the article and choose the correct answer.(2.5 pts): 30 DAYS ON THE MINIMUM WAGE Could you change your life in just 30 days? That’s the question documentary maker Morgan Spurlock asked when he filmed his new TV series, 30 Days. Martin Grady reviews the first program of the series, 30 Days on the Minimum Wage*. Spurlock, who is most famous for Supersize Me, his movie about the dangers of eating junk food, became frustrated that few people know about poverty in America. He and his fiancée, Alex, decided to film an experiment. They’d give up their jobs for a month and try to live on the minimum wage. The resulting documentary, which was filmed reality-show-style using a handheld camera, contains a powerful social message about the growing gap between the rich and poor in the US. The couple travel to Columbus, Ohio, one of the poorest cities in the US. The only apartment that they can afford to rent is filthy, in a dangerous area, and has no furniture. The heat doesn’t work very well, so they’re often cold. Alex begins working as a dishwasher, while Morgan does construction work with no safety equipment. Neither of them earns more than the minimum wage. It’s difficult to watch Morgan and Alex struggling in such terrible conditions. A charity gives them some furniture for free, but they have to live without reliable heat, TV, or telephone. They’re exhausted all the time and begin to argue about money. The couple interview people in the same situation and listen to their stories. It’s difficult to imagine, but these people have lived on the minimum wage for decades and many have children. When Alex gets sick and Morgan badly injures his wrist, they go to a free clinic but can’t see a doctor because of long lines. People there say that without free medical care they’d die. After 30 days, Morgan and Alex have spent over $1,000 more than they have earned, mostly because of the medical expenses. They are shocked. They can go back to their comfortable life in New York, but what if they couldn’t? How would they continue to survive? *At the time of Morgan and Alex’s experiment, minimum wage in the US was $5.15 an hour. Example: Morgan Spurlock wanted to discover _____. A. how life changes in 30 days ■ B. if you could change your life in 30 days ■ C. if he could live on the minimum wage 1. 30 Days on the Minimum Wage is _____. A. a TV series ■ B. a TV documentary ■ C. a drama series 2. Supersize Me was about _____. A. how eating too much junk food can be bad for you ■ B. poverty in the US C. the popularity of junk food ■ 3. Morgan Spurlock is _____. A. single ■ B. married ■ C. engaged ■ 4. The purpose of the experiment was to discover if Morgan and Alex could _____. 4 A. give up their jobs B. make a movie together C. live on very little money 5. Morgan and Alex interviewed people _____. A. and told them their life story ■ B. who were living in the same way ■ C. in the same apartment building ■ 6. Morgan and Alex rented their apartment because _____. A. it was the only one they could find ■ B. it was cheap ■ C. it was in a good building ■ 7. Morgan and Alex _____ $5.15 per hour. A. both earned more than B. earned exactly C. didn’t earn more than 8. The couple had to live with _____. A. no furniture ■ B. a poor heating system ■ C. very little food 9. During the experiment, Morgan and Alex _____. A. got along very well ■ B. argued about junk food ■ C. sometimes disagreed about money ■ 10. Morgan and Alex weren’t able to see a doctor at the free clinic because _____. A. they hadn’t applied for free medical care ■ B. there were too many people waiting ■ C. they didn’t have insurance ■ SECTION III: WRITING (5.5 PTS) Question 1. Finish the second sentence in such a way that it has a similar meaning with the one above (2.0 pts): 1. “Are you a member of this club?”, the receptionist said to me. The receptionist asked .…………………………….………………………… 2. It’s a pity that we don’t have a video camera. I wish………………………………………………………………………………… 3. If possible, you should keep the car in a garage at night. If possible, your………………………………….………………………………… 4. Cheaper tickets are available from some travel agents. Some travel .……………………………………………………………………. 5. There are usually long waits at the airport. You usually have……………………………………………… . 6. We spent five hours getting to London . It took . 7. My father hasn’t smoked since he was thirty. My father gave . 8. Mary is the most intelligent girl in her class. No one Question 2. Build the sentences from the given cues. You can make any changes and additions if any necessary. (3.5 pts) Example: I/ be / teacher/. I am a teacher. 1. Nam/ Mary/ be/ pen pals/ over four years/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… 2. I/ use/ walk/ past/ temple/ on/ way/ primary school/ when/ little boy/. 5 ……………………………………………………………………………………… 3. It/ very difficult/ Vietnamese students/ study/ abroad/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… 4. new stadium/ build/ this area/ next month/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… 5. After/ finish/ degree/ English,/ she/ went on/ study/ Law/ Harvard university/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… 6. The book/ you/ read/ last night/ write/ Charles Dickens/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… 7. They/ spend/ all day/ practise/ song/ they/ sing/ Lan’s next birthday/. ……………………………………………………………………………………… SECTION IV: LISTENING (2.0 PTS) Question: Listen to the conversation about Lars Carlsson and then complete each of the following sentences about him. You will hear the tape three times. 1. Lars Carlsson is from ___________. 2. He has been a make-up artist since ____________. 3. He began his career by working with ___________ in the theatre. 4. He has worked in many different areas including TV, films and ___________. 5. Carlsson seems to change people’s ____________ by changing their appearance. 6. He can make actors look kind, ____________ or shy. 7. Carlsson’s techniques include using make-up and __________ __________. 8. Carlsson is both a make-up artist and a __________ stylist. …………… The end …………… UBND HUYỆN QUẾ SƠN PHÒNG GIÁO DỤC & ĐÀO TẠO 6 KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 TOÀN HUYỆN Năm học 2009-2010 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút ( không kể giao đề) Đề thi này gồm 06 trang(1-6). Thí sinh kiểm tra cẩn thận số trang trong đề trước khi làm bài. PHẦN GHI ĐIỂM DÀNH CHO GIÁM KHẢO SECTION I Grammar&Vocab (7.0 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1(2.0đ). 16 câu x 0.125 đ Q.2 (1.25đ).10 câu x 0.125 đ Q.3 (1.25đ).10 câu x 0.125 đ Q.4 (2.5 đ). 10 câu x 0.25đ SECTION II Reading (5.0 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (2.5đ). 10 câu x 0.25 đ . . Q.2 (2.5đ). 10 câu x 0.25 đ SECTION III Writing (6.0 đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (2.0đ). 8 câu x 0.25 đ . . Q.2 (2.0đ). 8 câu x 0.25 đ Q.3 (2.0đ) SECTION IV Listening (2.0đ) Số câu đúng Điểm Q.1 (1.0đ). 4 câu x 0.25đ . . Q.2 (1.0đ). 4 câu x 0.25đ Tổng điểm bài thi: Điểm ghi bằng chữ: . Chữ ký giám khảo 1: ; Chữ ký giám khảo 2: .Thí sinh làm bài vào tờ giấy thi này . SECTION I: GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY (7.0 PTS) Question 1: Choose the one whose underlined part is incorrect. (2.0 pts): Example: 0. Nam were very tired, so he didn’t come to the club. A B C D 1. If you drank less, you will feel better. A B C D 2. They live independent of their parents. A B C D 3. During late 1900's, many companies invested heavily in digital communications A B C D systems. 4. My parent allowed me to go camping with my friends. A B C D 5. The most common languages after English in Australia are Chinese, Italy, Greek, A B C D Vietnamese, and Arabic. 6. Europe has many of the world's oldest and more respected universities. A B C D 7. All the students are looking forward spending their free time relaxing in the sun this summer. A B C D 7 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Vòng 2 SỐ PHÁCH (Do Chủ tịch HĐ chấm ghi) 8. Uniform is a style of clothing that identifies people as members of a group or as workers in a particularly field. A B C D 9. You should try your better to pass the exam. A B C D 10. Many kinds of tigers are at danger now. A B C D 11. Our environment is being damaged, thus something should do. A B C D 12. She didn’t find it easily to keep the children amused. A B C D 13. Each of student should write the lesson carefully. A B C D 14. If he does a mistake, will he feel sorry for it? A B C D 15. There were interesting news on the radio this morning about the earthquake in Japan. A B C D 16. Many experts group the language of the world into nine major language families. A B C D Question 2: Unscramble the letters to make suitable adjectives describing personality to complete the sentences. 0 is an example. (1.25 pts): 0. He is a kind (idnk) person. He is willing to help everyone. 1. Sue is so _______________ (ventouadurs). She’s planning to travel around the world on her own. 2. I wish I was more _______________ (tapeitn). I get angry very easily. 3. I’m not _______________(misibtaou). I want an easy job and an easy life. 4. Tom is very _______________ (recavtie). He can paint, he can play the piano, and now he’s learning the violin. 5. Don’t be so _______________ (ssyob)! I can decide for myself what I want to do. 6. She was very _______________ (oipslt) when she was a child. Her parents gave her everything she wanted. 7. Helen is so _______________( ifeshsl). She only thinks about herself. 8. Nam is very_______________(revlec). He always gets good marks at school. 9. Sally is a very _______________(lderaxe) person. She never seems to worry about anything. 10. You are so _______________ (ompcetveiti)! You always want to win! Question 3: Five of these sentences are wrong. Put a tick () next to the ones that are right and correct the ones that are wrong. 0 and 00 are examples. (1.25 pts): 0. I always go to work by bus.  00. She is very interested on sports. on = in 1. Helen speaks three different languages. 2. I would go on holiday for a year if I win a lot of money. . 3. The Internet has increasingly developed and become part of our life. . 4. Michael is going swimming twice a week. . 5. Suddenly I was hearing a noise. . 6. I think it would be better if we use banana leaves instead of plastic bags to wrap food. 7. My car is in the garage, so I’m going to work by bus this morning. . 8. I will intend to go back home when I finish my education. . 9. The phone rung while I was washing the dishes. . 10. I was thinking about you when you phoned. 8 Question 4: Finish each of the following sentences with one suitable preposition. (2.5 pts). 1. He sent a copy of his will to his bank _______ safe keeping. 2. Although I practise quite a lot, I never seem to win very often _______ tennis. 3. Nam's brothers are very fond _______ team sports. 4. Most people think the government is to blame _______ rising unemployment. 5. There has been a sharp increase _______ house prices in recent months. 6. Do you know of a cure _______ baldness? 7. Could you come back in half an hour? Mr. Baston’s _______ lunch at the moment. 8. I know _______ experience that I do my best work early in the morning. 9. She intended to post my letter, but she forgot all _______ it. 10. After the war, several people were tried for crimes _______ humanity. SECTION II: READING (5.0 PTS) Question 1: Read the text and use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the space in the same line. (0) is an example. (2.5 pts) The (0) original Olympic Games began in Ancient Greece in 776 BC in ORIGIN Olympia. The Games were very popular and were held (1)_____________ every four years until AD 393 when they were stopped by the Roman REGULAR Emperor. The (2)____________ games were started again in Athens in 1896. MODERNIZE The Games have become the World’s most important international athletics (3) _______________, in which the best athletes spend years training in COMPETE (4)________________ for this great event. Sports range from basketball to PREPARE horse riding. Perhaps the most (5)________________ track and field event is CHALLENGE the decathlon. Athletes take part in ten (6)_______________ running, jumping and throwing events. DIFFER Almost every nation sends a team to the Olympic Games and one of the ideas is that the Games encourage (7)_______________ between countries. FRIEND (8)________________ sports lovers travel thousands of miles to watch the DEDICATE Games and most (9)______________ athletes want the chance of winning an AMBITION Olympic medal. Such an (10)___________ can make them known throughout the world. ACHIEVE Question 2: Read the passage below and select the best answer. (2.5 pts) HUNGRY POP STARS Valerie Jones runs a company called Peanuts whose job is to look after pop stars and pop groups when they go on tour. She is the person who feeds the stars and she’s been doing it for the past ten years. When the stars are playing at a festival, Valerie may have to cook for up to a thousand people which includes all the crew and the people who work backstage. She erects a marquee-a huge tent-and the food is served buffet style from a central serving area. She has to cater for different tastes, so there are normally four or more choices of menu. She also has to look after people who may be on special diet or some singers don’t eat dairy food before a concert. She drives an enormous truck full of kitchen equipment and hires at least three walk-in refrigerators, a dishwashing unit and portable cabins which act as storerooms and office. All the bands have to queue up to be served and everyone has to have a meal ticket. The stars are usually more relaxed when they are eating as no one is bothering 9 them for autographs, although Valerie says that sometimes the security men and the stars’ managers are more trouble than the stars themselves. There are certain things which she always has to keep in stock like herbal teas and her own particular mixture of honey, lemon and ginger which singers like to keep in flasks on stage with them when they are singing. Years ago bands used to drink quite a lot of alcohol, but these days they’re much healthier. Most bands drink fresh fruit juice and prefer to eat salads. A lot of people in the bands are quite young and they’re not used to very expensive food, so Valerie prepares plain food unless a band sends her a “rider”. This is a list of special requirements. When people are tired, unwell or homesick they like to have familiar” comfort” food so she keeps a stock of people’s requirements just in case. As a result of all this Valerie says she has become an expert shopper and in less than an hour in a supermarket she can spend £1000. A lot of bands won’t eat before a concert because they’re too nervous, so Valerie and her staff can end up working very long hours as they have to be around to provide what people want at two or three in the morning. One thing Valerie has noticed is that the more mad a band is on stage, the more normal they are when they are off it. She says she is amazed at the change in behaviour. A really wild singer can turn out to be really quiet and polite off stage. 1. Peanuts is the name of A. a pop band B. a pop star C. a pop concert D. a company 2. Valerie has to provided a range of food because A. people are very fussy about what they eat B. people are used to eating in restaurants C. there is such a wide variety of preferences D. there is such a demand for special menus 3. The singers are less nervous when they are eating because A. their security men are with them B. there are no fans hanging around C. their managers fuss over them D. the bands enjoy eating together. 4. Why does Valerie have to keep a supply of certain drinks? A. the bands really rely on a special recipe B. the bands like to drink alcohol C. the bands prefer herbal tea to coffee D. the bands take fruit juice on stage 5. What do most bands like best to eat? A. rich food B. cheap foodC. junk food D. simple food 6. What does “just in case” in paragraph 5 refer to? A. Valerie’s supply of more expensive food B. Valerie’s list of “riders” from the different bands C. Valerie’s supply of special food for various people D. Valerie’s understanding of people feeling sick 7. Why do you think Valerie has become an “expert shopper”? A. She has a lot of money to spend each week B. She has learnt to find what individuals want C. she has to buy as much as possible for £ 1000 D. She has to shop very quickly in a supermarket 8. Why is a band likely to be hungry after playing? A. They feel more relaxed after the concert B. They work long hours with little food C. They only have a snack before a concert D. They like to wait until they eat together 9. What does Valerie think about the singers? A. They are completely crazy on and off stage. 10 . TẠO KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 TOÀN HUYỆN Năm học 2009-2010 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút ( Không kể giao đề) Đề thi này gồm 06 trang(1-6) 6 KỲ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI LỚP 9 TOÀN HUYỆN Năm học 2009-2010 MÔN: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 150 phút ( không kể giao đề) Đề thi này gồm 06 trang(1-6).

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