Pair of Vintage Old School Fru

Một số bài tập tiếng anh nâng cao vào lớp 10

Đây sẽ là topic cho học sinh lớp 9 có nguyện vọng, ước mơ, khát khao ... đặt chân vào các trường THPT Chuyên như Hà Nội - Amsterdam, Nguyễn Huệ, Chu Văn An, Chuyên Ngoại Ngữ - ĐH Ngoại Ngữ...



Vậy, ở đây sẽ có gì?



1. Bài tập: Những bài tập được lấy từ đề thi tuyển sinh môn Tiếng Anh các năm của các trường. Có đáp án và giải thích.



2. Lời khuyên: về cách học, cách ôn, sách ôn...



3. Thắc mắc: Tiếp nhận và giải đáp tất cả các thắc mắc của mem về kì thi, đề thi, lưu ý về cuộc thi quan trọng này.



Còn chần chừ gì nữa nhỉ? Let's go!!!!!
:khi (157):
 





Complete the passage by using the correct form of the words given in capital letters : ( 2pts )



Marie Curie, the Polish - born (1) _chemist_______ , was a (2) _courageous_______ and determined woman. She left her home for Paris to pursue her interest in science. Living in (3)___poverty_____ , she still managed to graduate at the top of her class. She met Pierre Curie (4) __shortly after__(5) graduating________ and married him a year later. Pierre and Marie were successful (6) _scientists______ . They discovered " radioactive elements, Polonium and Radium. Most of the (7) ____researchers____ in the world consider their (8) discovery________ as the most important ones in the history of chemistry.



>> Không biết đúng không nữa...@-)
 





Đáp án::khi (69):



the Polish - born (1) chemist (n): Nhà hóa học sinh ra ở Ba Lan

a (2) courageous (adj) and determined woman: một người phụ nữ can đảm và cương quyết.

Living in (3) poverty (n): Sống trong cảnh bần hàn

(4) shortly (adv) after: ngay sau khi

(5) graduation (n): tốt nghiệp

successful (6) researchers (n): những nhà nghiên cứu thành công

Most of the (7) scientists (n) in the world: Phần lớn các nhà khoa học trên thế giới

their (8) discoveries (n): những khám phá của họ

 





Foreign Language Specialised School (FLSS) Entrance examination (2011) + consolidation 2 (version arrayed in 2012)



I. Multiple choices:



1. My parents always want me to set a good........ to myyounger brother

A. example

B. pattern

C. form

D. model

2. I know it’s a big favor to ask but,.......... , I’ve always helped you when you arein trouble.

A. considering

B. bearing in mind

C. after all

D. in the light

3. My apartment is simply furnished...........a bed, a wardrobe, and a dinnertable.

A. up

B. with

C. of

D. down

4. She cast a sad smile in my direction and then.............. her tragicstory.

A. proceeded

B. resumed

C. persisted

D. restored

5. I always have a hot bath after a hard-working day as a............. .

A. principle

B. normality

C. rule

D. regularity

6. He is very big-headed, .....................him widely unpopular.

A. make

B. to make

C. makes

D. making

7. His talents ___ with his hard work led to his great success.

A. combined

B. combining

C. to be combined

D. beingcombined

8. His harsh criticism of her appearance gave........... to her deephatred for him.

A. cause

B. rise

C. result

D. lead

9. He seems to __ a lot of pleasure from collecting stamps.

A. reach

B. grab

C. derive

D. originate

10. The maths exercise was so difficult that...... students could finish it.

A. few

B. a few

C. little

D. a little



II. Wordform:



The......... with wichih the man carries himself belies the harship he suffering. (DIGNIFIED)

It is not fair for you to condemn Aaron merely on your ........that he had stolen your money. (SUSPECT)

There is power in ....... (SACRIFICE)

This drug has a few........ (EFFECT)

You need a ...... from your general practitioner to get an appointment to see the specialist (REFER)



With its mind-bending (1. DIVERSE) - from snowcapped mountains to sun-washed beaches, tranquil temples to feisty festivals, ramshackle rural villages totechno-savvy urban hubs – it’s hardly (2. SURPRISE) that Indiahas been dubbed the planet’s most multidimensional country. The continent is home to more than a billion people, and its wide range of ethnic groups translates into an intoxicating (3. CULTURE)___________cocktail forthe traveler. For those on a (4. SPIRIT)quest, India has a large number of sacred sites and stirring philosophies, while lovers of the great outdoors canpaddle in the shimmering waters of one of many palm-fringed beaches or simplybreathe in the scent of wildflowers on a rejuvenating forest walk. And then there’sthe food! From (5. TASTE) south Indian rice dumplings to zestynorth Indian curries, travelers are treated to a positively (6. SEDUCE) meal of subcontinental specialties.





Demystifying India is a perpetual work-in-progress and for many travelers,that’s (7. PRECISE)____ what makes her so deeply (8. ADDICT)_______.Ultimately, it’s all about (9. SURRENDER)yourself to the unknown: this is theIndia that nothing can prepare you for because its very essence – its (10. ELUDE) _ soul – lies in its mystery. Love it or loathe it – most visitors seesaw between thetwo – India will jostle your entire being and no matter where you go or what youdo, it’s a place you’ll never forget





SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (1st semester examination + consolidation - FLSS - 2012)



She has practiced so as not to lose her skill. (HAND)

The pipes have burst. We must try to find a plumber. (HOLD)

How could I help, except to offer to lend her some money? (THAN)

I don't understand a single word of this wretched report. (HEAD)

They declared the war on the pretext of defending their territorial rights (The excuse)

 





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Đáp án bài tập phát hiện lỗi sai:




London has been the home of many famous Englishmen . Some were born there. Some lived there all their lives. Others had lived (=> lived) in London only for a short time but all were given (gave) something to this great city.

One of the first names of importance is that of Geoffry Chaucer, the poet. He had spent (spent) most of his life in London. He is buried in Westminster Abbey.

William Shakespeare also lived in London. He had lived (lived) there for more than twenty years. He had acted (acted) at the Globe Theatre and written (wrote) his plays in London. But London's famous men are not only writers. Sir Christopher Wren, the architect , had spent (spent) most of his life in London. He would design (designed) many beautiful buildings , churches, including St. Paul's Cathedral.

Music will be (is) represented by a very interesting figure. This is George Frederick Handel. He had come (came) to London from Hanover in 1710. After some success and some failure he at last had become (became) famous.

Another famous London figure has been (is) one of England's greatest seamen, Admiral Lord Nelson. He had (has) a very special memorial inTrafalgar Square. The monument consisted (consists) of a very tall column. On top of it is standing (stands) a figure of nelson. It was (is) called the Nelson column.



:khi (8):




 





I. Multiple choices:



1. My parents always want me to set a good........ to myyounger brother

A. example

B. pattern

C. form

D. model

2. I know it’s a big favor to ask but,.......... , I’ve always helped you when you arein trouble.

A. considering

B. bearing in mind

C. after all

D. in the light

3. My apartment is simply furnished...........a bed, a wardrobe, and a dinnertable.

A. up

B. with

C. of

D. down

4. She cast a sad smile in my direction and then.............. her tragicstory.

A. proceeded

B. resumed

C. persisted

D. restored

5. I always have a hot bath after a hard-working day as a............. .

A. principle

B. normality

C. rule

D. regularity

6. He is very big-headed, .....................him widely unpopular.

A. make

B. to make

C. makes

D. making

7. His talents ___ with his hard work led to his great success.

A. combined

B. combining

C. to be combined

D. beingcombined

8. His harsh criticism of her appearance gave........... to her deephatred for him.

A. cause

B. rise

C. result

D. lead

9. He seems to __ a lot of pleasure from collecting stamps.

A. reach

B. grab

C. derive

D. originate

10. The maths exercise was so difficult that...... students could finish it.

A. few

B. a few

C. little

D. a little



II. Wordform:



The......... with wichih the man carries himself belies the harship he suffering. (DIGNITY)

It is not fair for you to condemn Aaron merely on your ........that he had stolen your money. (SUSPICION)

There is power in ....... (SELF-SACRIFICE)

This drug has a few........ (AFTER-EFFECTS)

You need a ...... from your general practitioner to get an appointment to see the specialist (CROSS-REFERENCE)



SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (1st semester examination + consolidation - FLSS - 2012)



She has practiced so as not to lose her skill. (HAND)

-> She has practiced to keep her hand in.

The pipes have burst. We must try to find a plumber. (HOLD)

-> We hold a plumber responsible for that the pipes have burst.

How could I help, except to offer to lend her some money? (THAN)

-> Other than to offer to lend her some money, how could I help?

I don't understand a single word of this wretched report. (HEAD)

-> I don’t make head or tail of this wretched report.

They declared the war on the pretext of defending their territorial rights (The excuse)

-> The excuse for the declaration of the war was the pretext of defending their territorial rights.

 





This is the suggested key (without explanation). In case you have enquiries about it or require further elucidation, feel free to leave comment or ask question. Your confusion will be solved asap.



I. Multiple choice



2. I know it’s a big favor to ask but,.......... , I’ve always helped you when you arein trouble.

A. considering

B. bearing in mind

C. after all

D. in the light



4. She cast a sad smile in my direction and then.............. her tragicstory.

A. proceeded

B. resumed

C. persisted

D. restored



II. Wordform:



This drug has a few SIDE EFFECTS.

You need a ..REFERRAL.... from your general practitioner to get an appointment to see the specialist



SENTENCE TRANSFORMATION (1st semester examination + consolidation - FLSS - 2012)



The pipes have burst. We must try to find a plumber. (HOLD)

-> The pipes have burst. We must get hold of a plumber



I don't understand a single word of this wretched report. (HEAD)

-> I can't make head nor tail of this wretched report.



They declared the war on the pretext of defending their territorial rights (The excuse)

-> The excuse for the declaration of the war was the defense of their TR.

or The excuse for declaring the war was defending their TR.



@ Bancrid

on the pretext = because of/ the reason for = The excuse for

You can not say : The reason for the declaration of the war because of territorial rights. The phrase"On the pretext of", which was written down in your answer, is an extraneous detail.

Another piece of good work despite some mistakes identified above. Good job.
 





Here's a set of exercises extracted from the entrance examination of Hanoi- Amsterdam High school in 2012.



Hanoi Amsterdam HS - 2012 -2013



I. Word choice



1. The team won the championship four years _________ .

A. running

B. passing

C. following

D. rotating





2. Home is a base from which we can go into the world with ____________.

A. confide

B. confident

C. confidence

D. confidently



3. He can’t rent this second-hand car, _________ buy a new one.

A. let alone

B. unmentioned

C. not to reckon

D. unconsidered





14. The factory paid ____________ nearly a million pounds to their employees who

were injured in the explosion.

A. on

B. out

C. back

D. in



15. His father retired early ____________ his health.

A. on behalf of

B. ahead of

C. on account of

D. in my view





16. She went _______ a bad cold just before the new school year.

A. down with

B. in for

C. over

D. through





17. Although they had only been invited for lunch, they ________ until supper time.

A. stayed on

B. stayed out

C. stayed up

D. stayed in





18. England _________ 2-2 with Germany in the first round.

A. tied

B. pointed

C. equaled

D. scored



19. He thought there was a snake nearby when he heard the ______ noise.

A. hissing

B. crackling

C. squealing

D. humming



20. When you put some salt in hot water, it will _________.

A. melt

B. dissolve

C. soften

D. disappear



21. Nani is a __________ member of the Manchester United football club.

A. long-lasting

B. long-term

C. long-standing

D. long-suffering



22. The ___________ of the headlights from the car behind him blinded Mr. Baker

momentarily.

A. lightness

B. brightness

C. greatness

D. glitter



II. Word formation.





23. _______ is the one skill that can grant you the opportunity to get a good job. (Lead)



24. The talks were totally ________We didn’t reach agreement on anything at all. (product)



25. The boy was very violent and his parents found him ________________. (manage)



26. I want to study ______________________ at university. (engineer)



27. The monument was erected in ___________________of the soldiers who fell for

posterity. (remember)



28. He wrote so many _________________ sentences in his essay that I couldn’t

understand it. (grammar)



29. You mustn’t leave your luggage __________________ for even a moment on the

train. (attend)



30. The accommodation was _______________ and comfortable. (space)





III. Phrasal verb





A get /take /come/break/look/let/sit/account/run/listen



B.into/out/through/of/to/down/off/for/up/round





1. Linna’s new book is due to _____________________ next month. I wonder what the critics will think of it.



2. Scientists are mystified by the sudden rise in global temperature. They are unable to _____________________ it.



3. I don't want my colleagues to __________wind___________ the fact that I'm leaving.



4. John works in that office. I quite often _____________________him in the streets round here.



5. Kate has a very pleasant manner. I’m sure the children will _____________________her at once.



6. Although the students _____________________the entire lecture, none of them is really paying attention to it.



7. The schools will _____________________next week. It's almost holiday time.



8. Brian's parents have high expectations of him and he is determined not to ___________ them ________.



III. Gap Filling - Guided Cloze test



Natural disasters are often frightening and difficult for us to understand, because we have no (1) ____________ over when and where they happen. What we can control is how prepared we are. Places that are more likely to have (2) ____________ disasters,

such as the earthquake-prone Pacific (3) ____________ of Fire, or coastal (4) ____________ vulnerable to hurricanes, require accurate methods of predicting disasters and warning the public quickly. Once people have been (5) ____________, evacuation routes must be provided so that they can all (6) ____________ quickly and safely, even if they travel on foot. People need to be educated on the risks in their area, and what to do when a disaster strikes. After a disaster, even if no one has died, there is a lot of (7) ____________ to people homes, farms and workplaces that must be repaired. This takes a lot of time and money to fix, and a country damaged by a disaster usually needs a large amount of international (8) ____________ to get better.







V. Setence transformation.





1. We’d prefer you not to smoke.

=>We’d rather



2. Treating her like that was unfair.

=>She didn’t



3. It is quite pointless to complaint about him.

There’s



4. Apart from David, everyone else at the meeting was a party member.

(with)



5. Contact the Student Service Office if you have any further problems.

(get)



6.I think that you’ve misunderstood the situation. (stick)



7. Our little son is really looking forward to going to Disney World. (thought)



8. Although she was beautiful and intelligent, she didn’t win the Miss World competition. (Despite)



9. We must accept the fact that we have lost the golden opportunity. (terms)





10. You didn't tell me you wer e going to be away for a whole month. (neglected)







I hope that you wil find this useful when embarking on preparing for an entrance examination for any magnet schools in HCMC, Hanoi and so forth.

Feel free to share your academic materials, documentary, knowledge or exprerience as this is a place we can help one another improve our English.

Feel free to leave comment or ask question if you have any enquiries or need further elucidation as this is what this topic is here for.



Suggested key and another set of excercise will be updated next week.



I'd welcome any participation.





BRGs,






 





Hanoi Amsterdam HS - 2012 -2013



I. Word choice



1. The team won the championship four years _________ .

A. running

B. passing

C. following

D. rotating





2. Home is a base from which we can go into the world with ____________.

A. confide

B. confident

C. confidence

D. confidently



3. He can’t rent this second-hand car, _________ buy a new one.

A. let alone

B. unmentioned

C. not to reckon

D. unconsidered





14. The factory paid ____________ nearly a million pounds to their employees who

were injured in the explosion.

A. on

B. out

C. back

D. in



15. His father retired early ____________ his health.

A. on behalf of

B. ahead of

C. on account of

D. in my view





16. She went _______ a bad cold just before the new school year.

A. down with

B. in for

C. over

D. through





17. Although they had only been invited for lunch, they ________ until supper time.

A. stayed on

B. stayed out

C. stayed up

D. stayed in





18. England _________ 2-2 with Germany in the first round.

A. tied

B. pointed

C. equaled

D. scored



19. He thought there was a snake nearby when he heard the ______ noise.

A. hissing

B. crackling

C. squealing

D. humming



20. When you put some salt in hot water, it will _________.

A. melt

B. dissolve

C. soften

D. disappear



21. Nani is a __________ member of the Manchester United football club.

A. long-lasting

B. long-term

C. long-standing

D. long-suffering



22. The ___________ of the headlights from the car behind him blinded Mr. Baker

momentarily.

A. lightness

B. brightness

C. greatness

D. glitter



II. Word formation.





23. _______ is the one skill that can grant you the opportunity to get a good job. (Lead) leading



24. The talks were totally ________We didn’t reach agreement on anything at all. (product) unproductive



25. The boy was very violent and his parents found him ________________. (manage)

unmanagable

26. I want to study ______________________ at university. (engineer) engineering



27. The monument was erected in ___________________of the soldiers who fell for

posterity. (remember) rememberance



28. He wrote so many _________________ sentences in his essay that I couldn’t

understand it. (grammar) grammatical



29. You mustn’t leave your luggage __________________ for even a moment on the

train. (attend) unattentively



30. The accommodation was _______________ and comfortable. (space) spaceful





III. Phrasal verb





A get /take /come/break/look/let/sit/account/run/listen



B.into/out/through/of/to/down/off/for/up/round





1. Linna’s new book is due to ______come out_____________ next month. I wonder what the critics will think of it.



2. Scientists are mystified by the sudden rise in global temperature. They are unable to ______account for___________ it.



3. I don't want my colleagues to _____take_____wind_____of______ the fact that I'm leaving.



4. John works in that office. I quite often _____run into________________him in the streets round here.



5. Kate has a very pleasant manner. I’m sure the children will ____sit up________her at once.



6. Although the students _____are listening________________the entire lecture, none of them is really paying attention to it.



7. The schools will ______break up__________next week. It's almost holiday time.



8. Brian's parents have high expectations of him and he is determined not to ____let_______ them ___down_____.



III. Gap Filling - Guided Cloze test



Natural disasters are often frightening and difficult for us to understand, because we have no (1) _____clue____ over when and where they happen. What we can control is how prepared we are. Places that are more likely to have (2) ____most_____ disasters,

such as the earthquake-prone Pacific (3) ___Belt________ of Fire, or coastal (4) ____________ vulnerable to hurricanes, require accurate methods of predicting disasters and warning the public quickly. Once people have been (5) ___warned_____, evacuation routes must be provided so that they can all (6) ___move_______ quickly and safely, even if they travel on foot. People need to be educated on the risks in their area, and what to do when a disaster strikes. After a disaster, even if no one has died, there is a lot of (7) ___damage_______ to people homes, farms and workplaces that must be repaired. This takes a lot of time and money to fix, and a country damaged by a disaster usually needs a large amount of international (8) ____help______ to get better.







V. Setence transformation.





1. We’d prefer you not to smoke.

=>We’d rather you didn't smoke



2. Treating her like that was unfair.

=>She didn’t



3. It is quite pointless to complaint about him.

There’s no point in complainting about him



4. Apart from David, everyone else at the meeting was a party member.

(with)



5. Contact the Student Service Office if you have any further problems.

(get)

-->contact the SSO to get more information

6.I think that you’ve misunderstood the situation. (stick)

--> I think you've put a stick on the situation( đoán mò)

7. Our little son is really looking forward to going to Disney World. (thought)



8. Although she was beautiful and intelligent, she didn’t win the Miss World competition. (Despite)

-->Despite her beauty and intelligence,....blah..blah...

9. We must accept the fact that we have lost the golden opportunity. (terms)

-->We must accept that we have in terms of losing the....(mò)



10. You didn't tell me you were going to be away for a whole month. (neglected)

-->You neglected to me for being away for whole month without telling me



Uể oải! @@ toàn phải đoán mò!!! Hjx8-}8-}8-}
 





I. Word choice



1. The team won the championship four years _________ .

A. running

B. passing

C. following

D. rotating





2. Home is a base from which we can go into the world with ____________.

A. confide

B. confident

C. confidence

D. confidently



3. He can’t rent this second-hand car, _________ buy a new one.

A. let alone

B. unmentioned

C. not to reckon

D. unconsidered





14. The factory paid ____________ nearly a million pounds to their employees who

were injured in the explosion.

A. on

B. out

C. back

D. in



15. His father retired early ____________ his health.

A. on behalf of

B. ahead of

C. on account of

D. in my view





16. She went _______ a bad cold just before the new school year.

A. down with

B. in for

C. over

D. through





17. Although they had only been invited for lunch, they ________ until supper time.

A. stayed on

B. stayed out

C. stayed up

D. stayed in





18. England _________ 2-2 with Germany in the first round.

A. tied

B. pointed

C. equaled

D. scored



19. He thought there was a snake nearby when he heard the ______ noise.

A. hissing

B. crackling

C. squealing

D. humming



20. When you put some salt in hot water, it will _________.

A. melt

B. dissolve

C. soften

D. disappear



21. Nani is a __________ member of the Manchester United football club.

A. long-lasting

B. long-term

C. long-standing

D. long-suffering



22. The ___________ of the headlights from the car behind him blinded Mr. Baker

momentarily.

A. lightness

B. brightness

C. greatness

D. glitter



II. Word formation.





23. __Leadership_____ is the one skill that can grant you the opportunity to get a good job. (Lead)



24. The talks were totally ___unproductive_____We didn’t reach agreement on anything at all. (product)



25. The boy was very violent and his parents found him ______unmanageable__________. (manage)



26. I want to study _______Engineering_______________ at university. (engineer)



27. The monument was erected in ______remembrance_____________of the soldiers who fell for

posterity. (remember)



28. He wrote so many _______ungrammatical__________ sentences in his essay that I couldn’t

understand it. (grammar)



29. You mustn’t leave your luggage ____unattended______________ for even a moment on the

train. (attend)



30. The accommodation was _____spacious__________ and comfortable. (space)





III. Phrasal verb





A get /take /come/break/look/let/sit/account/run/listen



B.into/out/through/of/to/down/off/for/up/round





1. Linna’s new book is due to ____come out_________________ next month. I wonder what the critics will think of it.



2. Scientists are mystified by the sudden rise in global temperature. They are unable to _____account for________________ it.



3. I don't want my colleagues to _____get_____wind______of_____ the fact that I'm leaving.



4. John works in that office. I quite often ________run into_____________him in the streets round here.



5. Kate has a very pleasant manner. I’m sure the children will ______take to_______________her at once.



6. Although the students ______sit through_______________the entire lecture, none of them is really paying attention to it.



7. The schools will ______break up_______________next week. It's almost holiday time.



8. Brian's parents have high expectations of him and he is determined not to ____let_______ them ____down____.









V. Setence transformation.





1. We’d prefer you not to smoke.

=>We’d rather you didn't smoke.



2. Treating her like that was unfair.

=>She didn’t deserve to be treated like that.



3. It is quite pointless to complaint about him.

There’s no point in complaining about him.



4. Apart from David, everyone else at the meeting was a party member.

(with)

With the exception of David, every else at the meeting was a party member.

5. Contact the Student Service Office if you have any further problems.

(get)

Get in touch with the Student Service Office if you have any further problems.

6.I think that you’ve misunderstood the situation. (stick)

I think that you've got the wrong end of the stick.

7. Our little son is really looking forward to going to Disney World. (thought)

Our little son is excited at the thought of going to Disney World.

8. Although she was beautiful and intelligent, she didn’t win the Miss World competition. (Despite)

Despite her beauty and intelligence, she didn't win the Miss World Competition.

9. We must accept the fact that we have lost the golden opportunity. (terms)

We must come to terms with the fact that we have lost the golden opportunity.

10. You didn't tell me you were going to be away for a whole month. (neglected)

You neglected to tell me you were going to be away for a whole month.


 





Here's some more work (extracted from a collection of mock examinations, practice tests compiled by teachers at FLSS.





1 She stood there completely ____, so I had no idea at all what she was thinking. EXPRESS

2 Film studios spend millions of dollars on ____ for new movies. PUBLIC

3 That news conference was ______ boring! SPEAK

4 I'm not very keen on the _____ of this dictionary definition. WORD

5 The problem with Michael is that he's just so ___ he never shuts up! TALK

6 I don't think you should have any ______ marks in your PhD dissertation. EXCLAIM

7 Any actor who becomes known for one role is in danger of becoming _____ . TYPE

8 Advertising is particularly effective on people who are highly_ SUGGEST

9 There are so many swear words in this article that I think it's _____ PRINT

10 Rose was extremely____ that we rewrite the introduction, INSIST

11. It's pure ______- there's no evidence to support allegations at all. HEAR

12. Under her fine_____, circulation has increased by 100000 EDIT





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"Prevention is better than cure", Out of a country's health budget, a large proportion should be diverted from treatment to spending on health education and preventative measures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
 


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