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DE CUONG GIUA KI ANH 10 GOBAL SUCCESS

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MÔN : TIẾNG ANH LỚP 10- GOBAL SUCCESS

A. LISTENNING :
B. PHONETICS:
I. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. A. duty
B. clusters
C. rubbish
D. washing-up
2. A. trashed
B. talked
C. reached
D. loved
3. A. prepare
B. help
C. tennis
D. tell
4. A. cleaned
B. shared
C. called
D. visited
5. A. breadwinner B. clean
C. each
D. lead
6. A. responsible
B. homemaker
C. mow
D. overworked
7. A. bathe
B. finance
C. program
D. cat
8. A. lifting
B. routine
C. split
D. divide
9. A. clothes
B. fold
C. groceries
D. iron
10. A. stomach
B. chest
C. chord
D. psychology
11. A. digestive
B. suggest
C. massage
D. allergy
12. A. skull
B. study
C. lung
D. circulatory
13. A. resistance
B. respiratory
C. vessel
D. system
16. A. sugary
B. acupressure
C. intestine
D. sure
17. A. relaxed
B. reached
C. supposedly
D. crossed
18. A. machine
B. stomach
C. architecture
D. chorus
19. A. mature
B. pasture
C. gesture
D. creature
20. A. individual
B. considerate
C. education
D. procedure
21. A. laugh
B. though
C. tough
D. enough
22. A. composer
B. process
C. pop
D. post
23. A. rhythm
B. heavy
C. highlife
D. hardcore
24. A. metal
B. accidental
C. gospel
D. techno
25. A. listened
B. danced
C. composed
D. played
26. A. writes
B. songs
C. records
D. albums
27. A. grocery
B. chore
C. bone
D. emotion
28. A. gender
B. allergy
C. gain
D. gentle
29. A. blood
B. boost
C. tooth
D. mood
30. A. impact
B. capability
C. additive
D. crack
IV. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.
1. A. deny
B. remote
C. income
D. unique
2. A. nature
B. subject
C. scenery
D. tuition
3. A. admire
B. Internet
C. violent
D. website
4. A. breadwinner B. stepfather
C. housemaid
D. homemade
5. A. breakfast
B. hometown
C. supper
D. dinner
6. A. contribute
B. generous
C. homemaker
D. meaningful
7. A. television
B. distinguish
C. immediate
D. acquaintance
8. A. experience
B. introduce
C. determine
D. appliance
9. A. recommend B. stimulate
C. evidence
D. harmony
10. A. stomach
B. digest
C. body
D. forehead
11. A. friendly
B. extra
C. along
D. orphanage
12. A. interesting B. surprising
C. amusing
D. successful
13. A. understand B. engineer
C. benefit
D. Vietnamese
14. A. paper
B. tonight
C. lecture
D. story

15. A. important
B. community
C. organize
D. disease
16. A. musical
B. melody
C. performance
D. improvise
17. A. musician
B. soloist
C. composer
D. performer
18. A. perform
B. number
C. rhythm
D. music
19. A. laundry
B. rubbish
C. household
D. device
20. A. solution
B. tradition
C. skeleton
D. digestive
C. LANGUAGE FOCUS
I. Choose the best options to fill in the blanks.
1. My mother is ____ for taking care of the home and the family.
A. responsible
B. takes the responsibility C. take the duty
D. Both B & C are correct.
2. The teacher advised the children ____ and see the dentist regularly.
A. went
B. going
C. go
D. to go
3. Linh can't go out with us to see a movie now because she's ____ meal.
A. preparing
B. making
C. arranging
D. keeping
4. I'm responsible for cooking dinner as my mother usually works ____.
A. lately
B. early
C. later
D. late
5. I usually ____ my younger sisters when my parents are away on business.
A. pick up
B. take care of
C. look for
D. take charge of
6. Ms. Mai asked me how she could ____ household chores equally in her family.
A. make
B. divide
C. give
D. contribute
7. In my family, my father always takes charge of doing the ____ lifting.
A. strong
B. hard
C. heavy
D. huge
8. My mother told me to do the ____ yesterday but I forgot about it since I had much homework to
finish.
A. wash-up
B. laundry
C. childcare
D. exercises
9. ____ is a person who works at home and takes care of the house and family.
A. Breadwinner
B. Homemaker
C. Servant
D. Houseman
10. My mother and I often go to the supermarket to shop for ____ at weekends.
A. cook
B. groceries
C. heavy lifting
D. the chores
11. After eating dinner, I have to do the ____ and then do my homework every day.
A. washing-up
B. wash-up
C. washing-ups
D. washings-up
12. Most people will receive ____ benefits when sharing the housework in their family.
A. enormously
B. enormity
C. enormous
D. strong
13. After marriage, Mrs. Hoa always keeps good ____ with her mother-in-law.
A. association
B. relation C. friendship
D. relationship
14. At the moment, my sister ____ her homework, my brother ____ games.
A. is making - is playing B. is doing - is playing
C. does – plays D. makes - is playing
15. It's 7.00 p.m. now and we ____ meal together. We usually ____ dinner at that time.
A. have - eat
B. have - are eating
C. are having - eat D. are having - are eating
16. I ____ a bike to school every day but today I ____ to school by bus because it was stolen yesterday.
A. rode - went
B. ride - am going
C. ride - go
D. is riding - am going
17. Hoa usually ____ charge of doing the washing-up in her family.
A. takes
B. is taking
C. take
D. will take
18. Our friends ____ for the fashion show now.
A. is preparing
B. are preparing
C.prepares
D. prepare
19. All staff in this restaurant ____ an urgent meeting right now.
A. are attending
B. is attending
C. attends
D. attend
20. After the physics lesson, the children know that water ____ at 100 degrees C.

A.will boil
B. is boiling
C. boils
D. boil
21. Look! Minh ____ on stage. She looks so beautiful.
A. sings
B. are singing
C. is singing
D. sang
22. Jenny often ____ jeans and T-shirt at school but she ____ a gorgeous dress today.
A. wears - is wearing
B. is wearing - wears
C. wear - is wearing
D. wears wears
23. “Look at those dark clouds!“ - “Yes, it ____ in some minutes.”
A. will rain
B. is going to rain C. are going to rain D. is raining
24. It's very hot. ____ the window. please?
A. Are you opening B. Are you going to open C. Will you open D. Won't you open
25. Although I have taken some aspirin, the headache ________ away.
A. isn't going
B. isn't going to
C. not go
D. won't go
26. On Sunday at 8 o'clock I ____ my friend.
A. meet
B. am going to meet
C. will be meeting D. will meet
27. Wait! I ____ you to the station.
A. am driving
B. drive
C. is going to drive
D. will drive
28. I ____ my sister in April as planned.
A. have seen
B. will see
C. am going to see
D. see
29. Perhaps I ____ New York one day.
A. am visiting
B. am going to visit
C. visit
D. will visit
30. What time ____ tomorrow?
A. are you going to leave B. do you leave
C. will you leave D. would you leave
31. Who ____ the next World Cup?
A. is going to win B. is wining
C. will win
D. win
32. He ____ to the theatre tonight. He has got a free ticket.
A. goes
B. is going
C. went
D. will go
33. I ____ my parents at the weekend. I already bought a train ticket.
A. visit
B. am going to visit
C. visited
D. will visit
34. Don't touch that dog. It ____ you.
A. bites
B. is biting
C. is going to bite D. will bite
35. It ____ that half of your plate should consist of vegetables and fruit.
A. is suggested
B. is suggesting
C. suggesting
D. suggests
36. Foods ____ into energy in the digestive system.
A. are broke down and converted
B. are broken down and converted
C. break down and convert
D. broken down and converted
37. ____ by your father?
A. Did that book write
B. Did that book written
C. Was that book writing
D. Was that book written
38. As the patient could not walk he ____ home in a wheel chair.
A. has carried
B. was carrying
C. was carried
D. has been carried
39. “How arc you coming to the dentist tomorrow?” – “____”
A. At 8 o'clock.
B. By bus or car.
C. Just in time.
D. Nearly 20 minutes.
40. Doctor: “How long has your headache been going on?” Patient: “____”
A. After midnight. B. For a week.
C. Last month.
D. Three times a
day.
41. They are producing more and more ____ in the USA and they will soon spread to all parts of the
world.
A. real TV shows
B. reality TV shows
C. actuality TV shows

42. Ho Chi Minh has been considered one of the ____ of the world.
A. culture figures
B. cultural figures
C. cultural images
43. The boy showed his talent for playing the piano at the age of five, so he was considered an ____.
A. infant prodigy
B. infant artist
C. infant talent
44. The first episode of the film is going to be ____ next Sunday.
A. aired
B. announced
C. transmitted
45. Many folk songs which ____ in rural areas are still favored nowadays.
A. resulted
B. proceeded
C. originated
46. Nicholas Sparks is a ____ author. People love and respect him for his novels and personalities.
A. notorious
B. renowned
C. remarked
47. Four artists have been ____ for the prize, but only one can win it.
A. offered
B. decided
C. nominated
47. His song quickly became a ____ among Vietnamese young people.
A. phenomenon
B. phenomenal
C. situation
48. Trinh Cong Son is a ____ composer in Vietnam. Many Vietnamese people can sing his songs.
A. prominent
B. famous
C. Both A & B are correct.
49. The young singer has ____ several singing competitions, but she still desires to compete in The
Voice of Vietnam this year.
A. sung
B. conquered
C. achieved
II. Choose the underlined words or phrases (A, B, C or D) that are incorrect in standard English.
1. She had the gardener to plant some trees.
A B
C
D
2. I look for Daniel. He isn't in the company.
A B
C D
3. My alarm rings at 6 o'clock every morning. Therefore, I always went to school on time.
A
B
C
D
4. What are you search for, Lan? You look so nervous.
A
B
C
D
5. We can't play golf. It rains outside.
A
B
C
D
6. Bats usually sleep during the day and they play and eating at night.
A
B
C
D
8. I am not mind if you turn on the air-conditioner.
A
B
C
D
9. Quiet! My baby sleeps. Don't wake her up.
A
B
C
D
10. How much is she earn a month? - About 100 dollars.
A
B
C
D
11. Is your friend come to pick you up? - No, he isn't.
A
B
C
D
12. Some people enjoy watching blockbuster films but some people aren't.
A
B
C
D
13. Ngoc is always very busy. She is practises violin regularly.
A
B
C
D
14. Many accidents is caused by careless driving.
A
B
C
D
15. She was gave a box full of chocolate.
A
B
C D

III. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined
word(s) in each of the following sentences.
1. A father will be his child's role model. He will be the example for his child of what husbands and
fathers are like.
A. someone that others admire and follow
B. someone that others share interest
with
C. someone that others love and live with
D. someone that others are fond of with
2. Although it is often said that music, like dance, exists since the beginning of the human race, the
music industry emerged relatively late.
A. occurred
B. appeared
C. came
D. developed
3. The record business by using marketing tools, to record, reproduce, promote and distribute the
author's work, in reality alters the author's passion towards musical art for financial gains.
A. worry
B. concern
C. love
D. excitement
4. “Suoi Mo”, the debut album by Trinh Cong Son, is sweet and gentle.
A. first
B. second
C. third
D. new
5. A lot of fans gathered at their idol‟s home to see her after the contest.
A. contestant
B. competitors
C. judges
D. devotees
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined
word(s) in each of the following questions.
1. For many couples, money is the source of arguments, frustration. When it comes to finances and
relationships, sharing the financial burden is important.
A. benefit
B. responsibility
C. aid
D. difficulty
2. When the baby was born, I became the sole person who earns money to support my family.
A. dependent
B. babysitter
C. breadwinner
D. godfather
3. Massage therapy may also improve circulation, which enhances the delivery of oxygen and nutrients
to muscle cells.
A. promotes
B. prevents
C. develops
D. eases
4. The original program has been adapted to local tastes.
A. outdated
B. changed
C. unique
D. popular
5. The teacher want the children to feel confident about asking questions when they don't understand.
A. talented
B. modest
C. insecure
D. passionate
D. READING:
I. Read and mark A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the
questions.
(1)……… kind of music do you enjoy? Some people like going to classical concerts, and
listening to an orchestra . The musicians wear very formal clothes, and the audience is silent until the
end of the (2).............Perhaps you're a rock music (3) ............. Rock concerts are often held at football
grounds or in parks.Members of the audience dance to the music, or sing the songs. (4) ............. music
is played at weddings and parties in many countries, and some people make their own music at home.
Nowadays we (5) ............. music in shops and lifts, and many people their own music with them, or
even (6) ............. to music when they study. Music is everywhere!
1. A. What
B. When
C. Where
D.While
2. A. happening
B. action
C. music
D. performance
3. A. fan
B. enthusiasm
C. reader
D. friend
4. A. Historical
B. Nation
C. Traditional
D. Ancient
5. A. make
B. do
C. take
D. earn
6. A. hear
B. have
C. follow
D. listen

II. Read and mark A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of
the questions.
The popular image of student life is of young people with few responsibilities enjoying
themselves and doing very little work. This is often not true. Many older people now study at college or
university, sometimes on a part-time basis (1) ..... having a job and looking after a family. These
students are often motivated and work very hard. Younger students are often thought to be lazy and
(2) ...... about money but this situation is changing. (3) .........Britain reduced government (4) ...... for
higher education means that students can no longer rely on having their expenses paid for them.
Formerly, students received a grant towards their living expenses. Now most can only get a loan
(4) .......... has to be paid back. (6) ......1999, they have paid over £1 000 towards tuition fees and this
amount will increase up to a maximum of £3 000.
1: A. while
B. where
C. which
D. that
2: A. wonderful
B. thoughtful
C. careless
D. careful
3: A. On
B. In
C. To
D. About
4: A. support
B. suppose
C. demand
D. need
5: A. whether
B. what
C. which
D. who
6: A. for
B. in
C. until
D. since
III. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to
each of the questions.
Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany, in 1770. His childhood was unhappy. His father drank
too much. Beethoven's musical talent was obvious from childhood. He quickly became a talented
performer on the piano. In 1792, he moved to Vienna, Austria, to study with Austrian composer Joseph
Haydn. Soon Beethoven was playing music that he wrote himself. Many people admired his powerful,
dramatic music.
Beethoven was often ill or depressed. He was unable to find a woman who would marry him.
Just as he was becoming very successful, he started to lose his hearing. Deafness is the worst fate for a
musician. Beethoven's performing career was over.
Despite Beethoven's hearing loss, he still wrote music. The music he wrote became even better.
His music was richly expressive and revealed feelings such as joy and sadness. He created one bold
masterpiece after another. Besides piano music, Beethoven wrote string quartets (pieces for four
stringed instruments) and other kinds of chamber music. Chamber music is written for small groups,
and people can play it in their homes or in small halls. Beethoven also wrote songs, two masses, an
opera, and nine outstanding symphonies.
Beethoven studied works by Haydn, German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, and Austrian
composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Then he broke their rules and made music that was like no one
else's. It was emotional and challenging. Beethoven wanted his music to express ideas as well as
emotions. He wanted it to praise freedom and equality and other high ideals.
Some of Beethoven's well-known achievements are the Moonlight Sonata for piano, the Fifth
Symphony, and the Ninth Symphony. The Fifth Symphony has a famous four-note opening, da-da-dadum. The Ninth Symphony ends with a triumphant chorus called "Ode to Joy." Beethoven's music set a
standard that later composers measured their work by.
Crowds loved him and adored his music. Beethoven was famous, although not happy. In 1827,
he got pneumonia and died in Vienna.
1. Which of the following best describes Beethoven's life according to the passage?
A. talented, powerful and challenging
B. emotional, dramatic, and outstanding
C. unhappy, stressful, but successful
D. talented, outstanding, and successful
2. The phrase "was over" in the passage mostly means ____.
A. finished
B. completed
C. started
D. remained

3. What happened after Beethoven lost his hearing according to the passage?
A. He became a famous talented performer on the piano.
B. He started writing music for his own performance only.
C. His music became more and more impressive and emotional.
D. His music was better, more impressive and varied in types.
4. Which of the following is true about Beethoven's music according to the reading?
A. It was strongly affected by that of other famous musicians.
B. It helped Beethoven enjoy a life with luxuries and comforts.
C. It expressed ideas and emotions, praised freedom and equality.
D. It set a standard by which all other composers measured their work.
5. The word "Crowds" in the passage mostly refers to ____.
A. music composers
B. small groups
C. audience
D. performers
IV. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to
each of the questions.
Music can be happy, sad, romantic, sleepy, spine-tingling, healing - all kinds of things. But what
is it? Some people define it as an artful arrangement of sounds across time. Our ears interpret these
sounds as loud or soft, high or low, rapid and short, or slow and smooth. The sounds need to continue
for a time in some sort of pattern to become music.
Music, like language, is a uniquely human form of communication. As with language, there are
many different kinds. In North America, people listen to jazz, rock, classical, folk, country, and many
other kinds of music. Each kind of music has its own rules and “speaks” to us in its own way.
What we think of as music depends on where we live. What Americans are used to listening to
might sound strange to someone from another culture, and vice versa. It might not even sound like
music. In Indonesia, gamelan orchestras play music on gongs, drums, and xylophones. These aren't the
instruments you'd find in a typical orchestra in North America.
Today, modern communications make it possible for us to listen to music from all over the
world. Music from one part of the world influences music from another part. For example, gamelan
music from Indonesia influenced 20th-century American composers such as John Cage.
No one knows for sure when music began. Perhaps while people were working, they began to
chant or sing to make the work go faster. People who were repeating movements - picking crops or
rowing boats, for example - could sing or chant in time to the work. Navajo Indians, for example, had
corn-grinding songs. Many cultures developed work songs.
Over time, people developed musical instruments. They might have started by clapping their
hands and stamping their feet. Sticks and objects that rattled could have replaced the human body as
early instruments. Both instruments and music became more complex with time.
Today, many cultures divide music into art music and music of the people. Art music, which we
call classical music, is more complicated than the music of the people - folk music and popular music.
Art music is generally harder to write and perform. Musicians who perform it need a lot of training.
Popular and folk styles typically are easier to create, perform, and understand.
1. Which of the following is given a definition in paragraph 1?
A. music
B. sounds
C. patterns
D. arrangement
2. The word "interpret" in the passage is closest in meaning to ____.
A. understand
B. refuse
C. treat
D. explain
3. What has enabled music of one nation to influence that of another?
A. Languages
B. Modern communications
C. Typical rules
D. Original instruments
4. Why is John Cage mentioned in paragraph 4?
A. To show how he has an influence on Indonesian music

B. To represent famous music composers in the 20th century
C. To illustrate how music from one region can influence that of another
D. To suggest that Indonesian music is related to American music
5. According to paragraph 5, why did people sing to chant at work?
A. To repeat the movements
B. To make the work go faster
C. To compose work songs
D. To make the work harder
6. The word "They" in the passage refers to ____.
A. hands
B. instruments
C. people
D. feet
7. The word "rattled" in the passage mostly means ____.
A. made mistakes B. done harms
C. made sounds
D. done wonders
8. The word "complex" in the passage is closest in meaning to ____.
A. confusing
B. simple
C. advanced
D. comprehensible
9. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage?
A. Music and language are forms of communication only used by human beings.
B. People's locations can influence on their concept of music.
C. People developed musical instruments before they chanted at work.
D. Ordinary people may find art music hard to understand.
10. Which of the following does the passage NOT discuss?
A. What music is
B. When music began
C. How music is categorized
D. Who composed the first song
D. WRITING:
I. Change the sentences into the passive voice.
1. People speak English all over the world
🡪 English ……………………………. all over the world.
2. The police didn't find the missing girl last weekend.
🡪 The missing girl ……………………………. last weekend.
3. Tourists don't visit this museum very often.
🡪 This museum ……………………………. very often.
4. Workers are building a new fun park in town.
🡪 A new fun park ……………………………. in town.
5. When did they translate this book into English?
🡪 When ……………………. this book ………………………. into English?
6. The government is planning a new road near my house.
………………………………………………………………………….
7. My grandfather built this house in 1990.
………………………………………………………………………….
8. Picasso was painting Guernica at that time.
………………………………………………………………………….
9. The cleaner has cleaned the office.
………………………………………………………………………….
10. He had written three books before 1867.
………………………………………………………………………….
11. We were happy because we met some interesting people.
- We………………………………………………………………………………………………..
12.She is proud that she is the leader of the group.
- She…………………………………………………………………………………….................
13. The little boy was afraid when he jumped into the pool.
- She hasn't ......................................................................................................................................

14. Don't bring your umbrella with you because it's unnecessary.
- It's .................................................................................................................................................
15. All of us want to visit the Citadel because it is interesting
- It's .................................................................................................................................................
16. She will open her new restaurant next Monday.
- Her new restaurant........................................................................................................................
17. People spend a lot of money on advertising every day.
- A lot of money ………………………………………………………………………………….
18. They are writing reports on environment now.
- The victims ..................................................................................................................................
19. They are going to buy a new apartment next year.
- A new apartment .........................................................................................................................
20. Somebody is singing my favorite songs now.
- My favorite songs .......................................................................................................................
21. Mr. Dryden mended the washing machine.
 The washing ..................................................................................................................................
22. The room is so small that we can‟t live in it. (too…to)
 The room .......................................................................................................................................
23. He arrived in the middle of our lunch time. (while)
 He ..................................................................................................................................................
24. That film made me bored. (boring)
 I .....................................................................................................................................................
24. They have never seen that film before.

This is the first ...............................................................................................................................
25.
Peter started playing the piano when he was 6.

Peter has ........................................................................................................................................
II. Make the meaningful sentence, using the given words below.
25.
I/ going/have/ birthday party/next Sunday.
…………………………………………………….…………………………..
26.
The printer / being use/ present.
…………………………………………………….…………………………..
27. Idol / be / one / most successful / entertainment / format ever launched.
-> ………………………………………………………………………………..
28. She /be/ excited/birthday party/last night.
……………………………………………………………………
29. The teacher /not /allow/ us/ use /dictionary /during /test.
……………………………………………………………………
30. The singer‟s biography / can / easily found / on / Internet.
-> ………………………………………………………………………………..
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