SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH LỚP 10 THPT CHUYÊN
ĐỒNG THÁP
-------------------------------------------------
NĂM HỌC 2012 - 2013
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề thi gồm có 04 trang)
ĐỀ THI MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
Ngày thi: 27/6/2012
Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút (không kể thời gian phát đề)
STT do giám thị ghi
Họ và tên thí sinh: _________________________
Giám thị 1: ______________________
Số báo danh: ________________Phòng thi _____
Học sinh lớp _____ trường___________________
Giám thị 2: ______________________
Số phách
(Do CT HĐ chấm thi ghi)
(Ký tên - Ghi họ và tên)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Điểm từng phần
Điểm bài thi
Họ tên và chữ ký
Số phách
Câu I:..............
Bằng số
Bằng chữ
Giám khảo 1
Giám khảo 2
Câu II:.............
Câu III:............
Câu IV:............
STT do CT HĐ
chấm thi ghi
Tổng:..............
I.
LISTENING: (2,0 marks)
A. Listen to the CD player three times. There is a pause after each time you listen. Write “T” if the
statement is true and
“F” if the statement is false: (1,0m)
Statements
True
False
1. It will be a dry and windy day in Sydney today.
2. Tokyo will be a low of sixteen and a high of twenty two.
3. London will be very cold with a low of three and a high of seven.
4. Bangkok will be warm and dry.
5. In Paris it will be cold and dry today. The low will be ten degrees and the high
will be sixteen.
B. Listen to the CD player three times. There is a pause after each time you listen. Circle the best
answer for each sentence: (1,0m)
1. How far is it from Rome to the sea?
A. 2 kms
B. 12 kms
C. 20 kms
D. 22 kms
2. What is the weather like?
A. mild and sunny
B. humid and sunny
C. mild and cool
D. hot and sunny
3. What are the restaurants like?
A. te
ible
B. sensational
C. delicious
D. beautiful
4. What is the historic center of the city like?
A. large
B. long
C. small
D. short
5. How can you get around the center of Rome?
A. by bus
B. by taxi
C. by bike
D. on foot
II.
READING: (2,0 marks)
A. Read the passage carefully, then circle the best answer: (1,0 m)
Coal, oil and natural gas supply modern civilization with most of its power. However, not only are
supplies of these fuels limited, but they are a major source of pollution. Therefore, it’s important to improve,
explore and develop such alternatives energy sources as nuclear, water, solar and wind power. Each of these
alternatives, however, has advantages and disadvantages.
Nuclea
powe
plants
efficiently
produce
large
amounts
of
electricity
without
polluting
the
atmosphere; however, they are costly to build and maintain, and they create the difficult problem of what to
do with nuclear waste. Hydroelectric power is inexpensive and environmentally safe, but impractical fo
communities located far from moving water. Wind power is a pollution – free source of renewable energy but
it can’t be used in many parts of the world where there is insufficient wind. Solar power is renewable, it does
not cause pollution and it does not add the earth’s heat load. However, it is difficult to collect and store. Sola
power also requires expensive equipment.
Trang: 1/4
Thí sinh không được viết vào phần có gạch chéo
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Every source of energy has its disadvantages. One way to minimize them is to use less energy.
Conservation efforts coupled with renewable energy resources will ensure supplies of clean, affordable
energy for humanity’s future.
1. Coal, oil and natural gas .........................
A. are very great in amount
B. will never be used up
C. are a major source of pollution
D. supply some of its powe
2. Nuclear power plants ............................
A. are difficult to build
B. pollute the atmosphere
C. are very cheap to maintain
D. create the problem of nuclear waste
3. Wind power .........................................
A. can not be used in places where there is insufficient wind
B. is completely used up
C. is a source of pollution
D. can not replace itself
4. What is
the advantage of these alternatives?
A. They are non – renewable forms of energy.
B. They are environmentally friendly energy sources.
C. They are all very practical.
D. They are inexpensive to exploit.
5. From the passage, it can be infe
ed that to solve our energy problem ...............................
A. we will have to stop using many of our modern conveniences
B. scientists will have to find one major source of nonpolluting energy
C. scientists will have to find ways to increase our supplies of coal, oil and gas
D. a combination of conservation and invention will be needed
B. Fill in each blank with one suitable word from the box: ( 1,0 m)
well known
played
appea
eally
workmen
enjoyed
cele
ated
hold
The
one
hundredth
anniversary
of
football
was
(0)
cele
ated
in
1963,
ut
the
game
is
(1)……..........................… much older. In fact, games with a ball were (2) ……………....……… hundreds of
years ago. At first, they were (3)…............................…… in the squares and streets of cities and villages.
People in those days (4) …........................……… their ball games and were as excited about a game as we do
now. Young (5) …..........................……… used to leave their work to take part in the game.
III.
LANGUAGE FOCUS: (3,0 marks)
A. Circle the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentence: (0,6 m)
1. The solar ..........that gets to the Earth can provide enough power for the world's population.
A. energy
B. electricity
C. light
D. panel
2. When the bus stops, passengers……………….
A. get on
B. get off
C. get in
D. get on with
3. Let’s do it by ourselves,…………………?
A. don’t you
B. do you
C. shall we
D. shall not we
4. The detective found the book ......................... the woman had hidden the cheque.
A. who
B. whom
C. which
D. where
Trang: 2/4
Thí sinh không được viết vào phần có gạch chéo
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B. There are four mistakes in the following passage, write down the mistakes and then co
ect them.
The first one is done for you: (0,6m)
My husband and I have a problem about our holiday last year. I wanted to have a “lazy seaside
holiday” because I was tired and need to relax. I loved lying in the sun, drinking iced beer and reading a good
ook.
But
Robert
liked
usy,
culture
holidays.
He
liked
visiting
museums
and
art
galleries.
He
hated
sunbathing because he always went red, not
own. The travel agent tried to help us and suggested Greece. I
said I’d love to sail to a quiet island, but of course Robert said he’d like to stay on Athens. It was easy
deciding what to do – we flew to Athens together, Robert stayed there and I traveled to the island of Kos.
Mistakes
Co
ected words
0.
have
had
1.
2.
3.
4.
C. Supply the co
ect word form in the passage: (0,6m)
Jim decided to visit the doctor after his trip to the jungle. He was (1) .........................................
(normal)
a tall muscular person, but over the past month he had lost a lot of weight. He had also (2)
......................................... (noticeable) that his ankles and knees had become rather painful. He thought that
he might have eaten or drunk something (3) ......................................... (poison) or caught some kind of
infectious disease. The doctor took some blood for tests and told Jim to go back a week later. This time the
doctor had an optimistic expression on her face and Jim felt quite disheartened. “Don’t wo
y”, said the
doctor, “it’s nothing serious. You haven’t caught an incurable disease or anything te
ible like that. It’s a
simple virus and you will need some
(4) ......................................... (treat). Take these tablets twice a day fo
two weeks, and you will make a full of recovery.”
D. Use the co
ect form of the ve
in the
ackets to complete the passage: (0,6 m)
MAY DAY
May Day (1)………......................……( be) a great international labor holiday. It was born in the
United States of America, and workers all over the world are proud of it. In Great Britain, the first May Day
meeting (2)………….........…......………( hold) as early as 1890. But in 1899, the first of May Day was
finally
chosen
the
day
of
international
Solidarity
of
the
working
people.
Since
then,
May
Day
(3)…………....…........…...…………(consider) the day when the working people in many countries show
thei
mutual
friendship.
They
march
and
demonstrate
fo
thei
solidarity.
The
day
now
(4)……………....………..…( symbolize) the spirit of the working class all over the world.
E. Fill in the blanks with co
ect prepositions: (0,6 m)
1. He is short …......………money.
2. Lan was surprised……....…………the news.
3. There is something wrong.……...………the machine.
4. What is Mr. Nhat responsible ……....…………?
IV.
WRITING: (3,0 marks)
A. Rewrite the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning as the first one: (1,5 ms)
1. How about collecting unused clothes to help the poor.
→ I suggest that ……………………………………………………………………………………
Trang: 3/4
bởi admin lúc Fri, Apr 20 '18 2:18 PM


Nhằm giúp các bạn chuẩn bị thật tốt kiến thức để làm bài thi đạt hiệu quả cao, Vndoc.com xin giới thiệu: Đề thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 THPT chuyên tỉnh Đồng Tháp năm học 2012 - 2013 môn Tiếng Anh - Có đáp án.


Đề thi tuyển sinh lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh:










SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỒNG THÁP


(ĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨC)



KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH LỚP 10 THPTCHUYÊN
NĂM HỌC 2012 –2013

ĐỀ THI MÔN: TIẾNG ANH



Ngày thi: 27/06/2012
Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)


I. LISTENING: (2,0 marks)


A. Listen to the CD player threetimes. There is a pause after each time you listen. Write “T” if the statement is true and “F” if the statement is false: (1,0m)



B. Listen to the CD player three times. There is a pause after each time you listen. Circle the best answer for each sentence: (1,0m)


1. How far is it from Rome to the sea?
A. 2 kms           B. 12 kms            C. 20 kms            D. 22 kms


2. What is the weather like?
A. mild and sunny             B. humid and sunny            C. mild and cool            D. hot and sunny


3. What are the restaurants like?
A. terrible             B. sensational            C. delicious         D. beautiful


4. What is the historic center of the city like?
A. large             B. long            C. small           D. short


5. How can you get around the center of Rome?
A. by bus            B. by taxi           C. by bike            D. on foot


II. READING: (2,0 marks)


A. Read the passage carefully, then circlethe bestanswer: (1,0 m)


Coal, oil and natural gas supply modern civilization with most of its power. However, not only are supplies of these fuels limited, but they are a major source of pollution. Therefore, it’s importantto improve, explore and develop such alternativesenergy sources as nuclear, water, solar and wind power. Each of these alternatives, however, has advantages and disadvantages.


Nuclear power plants efficiently produce large amounts of electricity without polluting the atmosphere; however, they are costly to build and maintain, and they create the difficult problem ofwhat to do with nuclear waste. Hydroelectric power is inexpensive and environmentally safe, but impractical for communities located far from moving water. Wind power is a pollution –free source of renewable energy but it can’t be used in many parts of the world where there is insufficient wind. Solar power is renewable, it does not cause pollution and it does not add the earth’s heat load. However, it is difficult to collect and store. Solar power also requires expensive equipment.


Every source of energy has its disadvantages. One way to minimize them is to use less energy. Conservation efforts coupled with renewable energy resources will ensure supplies of clean, affordable energy for humanity’s future.


1. Coal, oil and natural gas .........................
A. are very great in amount                    B. will never be used up
C. are a major source of pollution           D. supply someof its power


2. Nuclear power plants ............................
A. are difficult to build                    B. pollute the atmosphere
C. are very cheap tomaintain          D. create the problem of nuclear waste


3. Wind power .........................................
A. can not be used in places where there is insufficientwind
B. is completely used up
C. is a source of pollution
D. can not replace itself


4. What is the advantage of these alternatives?
A. They are non –renewable forms of energy .
B. They are environmentally friendly energy sources.
C. They are all very practical.
D. They are inexpensive to exploit.


5. From the passage, it can be inferred that to solve our energy problem ...............................
A. we will have to stop using many of our modern conveniences
B. scientists will have to find one major source of nonpolluting energy
C. scientists will have to find ways to increaseour supplies of coal, oil and gas
D. a combination of conservation and invention will be needed


B. Fill in each blank with one suitable word from the box: (1,0m)


well known - played - appear - really - workmen - enjoyed - celebrated - hold


The one hundredth anniversary of football was (0) celebrated in 1963, but the game is (1)……..........................… much older. In fact, games with a ball were (2) ……………....……… hundreds of years ago. At first, they were (3)…............................…… in the squares and streets of cities and villages. People in those days (4) …........................……… their ball games and were as excited about a game as we do now. Young (5) …..........................……… used to leave their work to take part in the game.


III. LANGUAGE FOCUS: (3,0 marks)


A. Circle the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentence: (0,6 m)


1. The solar ..........that gets to the Earth can provide enough power for the world's population.
A. energy           B. electricity             C. light           D. panel


2. When the bus stops, passengers……………….
A. get on              B. get off            C. get in             D. get on with


3. Let’s do it by ourselves,…………………?
A. don’t you             B. do you            C. shall we              D. shall not we


4. The detective found the book......................... the woman had hidden the cheque.
A. who             B. whom             C. which              D. where


B. There are four mistakes in the following passage, write down the mistakes and then correct them. The first one is done for you: (0,6m)


My husband and I have a problem about our holi day last year. I wanted to have a “lazy seaside holiday”because I was tired and need to relax. I lovedlying in the sun, drinking iced beer andreading a good book. But Robert liked busy, culture holidays. He liked visiting museums and art galleries. He hated sunbathing because he always went red, not brown. The travel agent tried to help us and suggested Greece. I said I’d love to sail to a quiet island, but of course Robert said he’d like to stay on Athens. It was easy deciding what to do –we flew to Athens together, Robert stayed there and I traveled to the island of Kos.



































 MistakesCorrected words
0havehad
1  
2  
3  
4  

C. Supply the correct word form in the passage: (0,6m)


Jim decided to visit the doctor after his trip to the jungle. He was (1) ......................................... (normal) a tall muscular person, but over the past month he had lost a lot of weight. He had also (2) ......................................... (noticeable) that his ankles and knees had become rather p ainful. He thought that he might have eaten or drunk something (3) ......................................... (poison) or caught some kind of infectious disease. The doctor took some blood for tests and told Jim to go back a week later. This time the doctor had an optimistic expression on her face and Jim felt quite disheartened. “Don’t worry”, said the doctor, “it’s nothing serious. You haven’t caught an incurable disease or anything terrible like that. It’s a simple virus and you will need some (4) ......................................... (treat). Take these tablets twice a day for two weeks, and you will make a full of recovery.”


D. Use the correct form of the verb in the brackets to complete the passage: (0,6 m)


MAY DAY


May Day (1)………......................……( be) a great international labor holiday. It was born in the United States of America, and workers all over the world are proud of it. In Great Britain, the first May Day meeting (2)………….........…......………( hold) as early as 1890. But in 1899, the first of May Day was finally chosen the day of international Solidarity of the working people. Since then, May Day (3)…………....…........…...…………(consider) the day when the working people in many countries show their mutual friendship. They march and demonstra te for their solidarity. The day now (4)……………....………..…( symbolize) the spirit of the working class all over the world.


E. Fill in the blanks with correct prepositions: (0,6 m)


1. He is short …......………money.


2. Lan was surprised……....…………the news.


3. There is something wrong.……...………the machine.


4. What is Mr.Nhat responsible ……....…………?


IV. WRITING: (3,0marks)


A. Rewrite the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning as the first one: (1,5 ms)


1. How about collecting unusedclothes to help thepoor.
→ I suggest that ……………………………………………………………………………………


2. This man is friendly. He lives near my house.
→ The man ..........................……………………………………………………………………


3. She doesn’taccept his proposition.
→ He wishes…………………………………………………………………………………………


4. We will watch the film in three hours.
→ It will ………………………………………………………………………………………………


5. “ When do you go to school, Lan?” Nga asked
→ Nga asked Lan …………………………………………………………………………………


6. We can solve this math in five minutes.
→ This math ………………………………………………………………………………………


7. It rains heavily, so we can’t go to the beach.
→ Because of ……………………………………………………………………………………


8. Unless you learn hard, you won’t pass the exam.
→ If ………………………………………………………………………………………………


9. Although Mrs. Thoa was tired, she helped Tuan with his homework.
→ In spite of ……………………………………………………………………………………


10. He is too young to go to school.
→ He isn’t ………………………………………………………………………………………


B. Make all changes and additions necessary from the following words and phrases to complete the sentences of a passage about the benefitsof cycling: (1,5ms)


1. Along / jogging and swimming / cycling / be / all-round form / exercises
..........................................................................................


2. It can help you / increase / strength and energy / give / you / strong heart
..........................................................................................


3. But / it / not / only advantage / cycling
..........................................................................................


4. It / good exercise/ people / painful feet or backs
........................................................ .................................


5. However / it / important / start slowly / and b uild / gently
...................................................................... ..................


6. Doing too much / too quick / can do / damage/ muscles
..........................................................................................


7. You have / doubts / take / cycling / health reasons?
.................................................................................................... 


8. You / talk / your doctor / and ask / his or her advice
.................................................................................................... 


9. Follow / your doctor / advice / strict / and you / have / good result
....................................................................................................


10. If you start / cycle now / you / be / forever fit
.................................................................................................... 



.pdf Dethi-L10-Chuyen-2013-Don ...
Kích thước: bytes
Lần tải: 0 lần
Download
.pdf Dethi-L10-Chuyen-2013-Don ...
Kích thước: bytes
Lần tải: 0 lần
Download