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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO NAM ĐỊNH
ĐỀ THI CHỌN HỌC SINH GIỎI NĂM HỌC 2021 - 2022
Môn: TIẾNG ANH – Lớp: 9 THCS
Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút Đề thi gồm: 10 trang
Điểm bài thi

Bằng số: .............................

Bằng chữ: ........................... .
Họ, tên và chữ ký 2 giám khảo

Giám khảo 1: ..................................

Giám khảo 2: ..................................
SỐ PHÁCH

Thí sinh làm bài vào đề thi này.

PART A. LISTENING (4.0 POINTS)
Hướng dẫn phần thi nghe hiểu:
• Nội dung phần nghe gồm 03 phần, mỗi thí sinh được nghe 2 lần, đĩa CD tự chạy 2 lần.
• Mở đầu và kết thúc phần nghe có tín hiệu nhạc.
• Hướng dẫn làm bài chi tiết cho thí sinh (bằng Tiếng Anh) đã có trong bài nghe.

PART 1. Listen and decide whether the following statements are True (T) or False (F) according to what you hear. Write your answers in the spaces provided. (1.0 point)

True/ False
Question 1. Paul decided to get work experience in South America to improve his Spanish.
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Question 2. The project Paul originally intended to get involved in was construction.
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Question 3. Paul's first job was not well organized, so he changed the project.
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Question 4. Paul learnt about the importance of developing trust in the village community.
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Question 5. Paul was surprised to be given an extension to his contract.
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PART 2. Listen and circle the correct letter A, B, or C for each of the following questions. (1.0p) Question 1. According to the results of the survey, people's main concern about traffic in the town was .
A. change in the type of traffic
B. cuts to public transport
C. poor maintenance of roads
Question 2. Which change will shortly be made to the cycle path next to the river?
A. It will be extended. B. It will be widened. C. It will be resurfaced.
Question 3. Why have plans for a pedestrian crossing been postponed?
A. Because the proposed location is unsafe.
B. Because the Post Office has moved.
C. Because funding is not available at present.
Question 4. On Station Road, notices have been erected .
A. telling commuters to send their complaints about traffic and highways
B. warning pedestrians to leave enough time when crossing the railway line
C. asking motorists to switch off engines when waiting at the level crossing
Question 5. What problems have cyclists in the town caused?
A. They refuse to leave their bikes outside the ticket office.
B. They leave their bikes chained to the railings outside the ticket office.
C. They argue about having to breathe in car fumes outside the ticket office.

PART 3. Listen and fill in each blank with ONE WORD ONLY (2 points)
The sleepy lizard (tiliqua rugosa)
Description
• They are common in Western and South Australia
• They are brown, but recognizable by their blue (1) .
• They are relatively large.
• Their diet consists mainly of (2) .
• Their main predators are large birds and (3) . Navigation study
• One study found that lizards can use the (4) to help them navigate.
Observations in the wild
• Observations show that these lizards keep the same (5) for several years.
What people want
• Possible reasons:
◦ to improve the survival of their young (but little (6) has been noted between parents and children).
◦ to provide (7) for female lizards
Tracking study
• A study was carried out using GPS systems attached to the (8) of the lizards
• This provided information on the lizards' location and even the number of (9) taken
• It appeared that the lizards were trying to avoid one another.
• This may be in order to reduce chances of (10) .

PART B. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY (5.0 POINTS)
I. Circle the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following sentences (1.0p)
Question 1. The school Principal suggested that he a scholarship.
A. was awarded B. be awarded
C. would be awarded D. must be awarded
Question 2. The social system of bumblebees is not as complex .
A. than honeybees B. as honeybees
C. that honeybees are D. as that of honeybees
Question 3. The sunset was so beautiful, I can hardly find the words.
A. incredibly B. unutterably C. indescribably D. vastly
Question 4. There is in my bedroom.
A. an old square wooden table B. a square wooden old table
C. an old wooden square table D. a wooden old square table
Question 5. An abstract painter and pioneer of Surrealism, and symbolic images.
A. Miro's works are characterized by bright colors
B. the works of Miro are characterized by bright colors
C. bright colors characterize the works of Miro
D. Miro is famous for works characterized by bright colors
Question 6. Paula thought the song would be a big hit, ?
A. didn't it B. wouldn't it C. didn't she D. wouldn't she
Question 7. He had complained of exhaustion after his schedule over the past week.
A. grueling B. solid C. concrete D. certain
Question 8. Although blood in urine and stool samples, it cannot always be detected without the aid of a microscope.
A. lets residue B. leaves residue C. residues D. making residue
Question 9. Jane is talking to Billy about the meeting.
• Jane: “Is everybody happy with the decision?”
• Billy: “ ”.
A. That sounds like fun. B. No, I'll think it over.
C. No, have you? D. Not really.
Question 10. , he remained optimistic.
A. Though badly wounded he was B. Badly wounded as he was
C. having been spoiled D. As badly wounded he was
II. Give the correct form of the words in the capital letters. Write your answers in the blanks (1.0p)
Question 1. They all cheered as their team came out.
(ENTHUSIASM)
Question 2. Don't worry. I'll be waiting for you at the to the pagoda.
(ENTER)
Question 3. I try not to remember this experience that only
leaves me with unhappy thoughts.
(FRIGHTEN)
Question 4. I don't find her very .
(COMMUNICATE)
Question 5. The aid programme was , resulting in large
quantities of food failing to reach the famine victims.
(CONDUCT)
Question 6. The state of Colorado is known for its spectacular scenery and
view.
(BREATH)
Question 7. Thousands of students who want summer jobs start filling in
forms and worrying about how to write a good CV.
(APPLY)
Question 8. November through April, snow conditions are and
reliable, featuring Colorado's legendary “champagne powder” snow.
(CONSIST)
Question 9. Melbourne is the most in Australia.
(LIVE)
Question 10. That young man used to suffer from his life-time physical .
(NORMAL)
III. Fill in each space provided in each sentence below with the correct form of one phrasal verb given. Each phrasal verb can be used ONCE only. Write your answers in the blanks. (2.0 points)

call off
cut out
chip in
hand out
set up
get through
let up
run into
give away
keep up with

Question 1. It's necessary changes in technology.
Question 2. A friend of mine has her wedding because of a serious accident. Question 3. She has a lot of courage to face it again and I know she will it well. Question 4. The engine kept and then starting again a few seconds later.
Question 5. “Has it stopped raining yet?” “No, but it's beginning to a little now”.
Question 6. The two countries agreed full diplomatic relation.
Question 7. It won't be too expensive to buy our teacher a present if we all .
Question 8. I my old friend Melissa downtown yesterday. I hadn't seen her for months. Question 9. Some companies free samples of new products in order to familiarize consumers with them recently.
Question 10. After the teacher the quizzes, she told the students they had 15 minutes to finish them.
IV. Each of the following sentences has 1 mistake that needs correction. WRITE the mistake and CORRECT it. Write the correction in the provided blank on the right. There is an example at the beginning (0) (1.0 point)
0. He collided with a car because he was driving too fastly.
Question 1. Every candidate under considering for a federal job must undergo a thorough medical examination.
Question 2. Both a term paper and a final exam is often required for a college class.
Question 3. Art tends to be price more after the dead of the artists, but most literary works tend to decrease in value when the writer dies.
Question 4. On the average, a healthy heart should to pump five tablespoons of blood with every beat. Question 5. Because the expense of traditional fuels and the concern that they might run out, many countries have been investigating alternative sources of power.
Your answer:
Sentences
Mistake
Correction
0
fastly
fast
Question 1


Question 2


Question 3


Question 4


Question 5



PART C. READING (6.0 POINTS)
I. Read the text below and think of the word that best fits each gap. Use only ONE word in each gap. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers in the blanks. (1.0 point)
Dear Sir,
I would like to (0) make a complaint about an article (1) appeared in your
newspaper last week. In the article, (2) “Why they are out of work”, the writer suggested that the unemployed were responsible (3) their own situation. If the writer had done their job properly and made (4) little effort to speak to local unemployed people, they might have realized that this is not the case.
Let me begin (5) saying that most unemployed people want to work. They apply for jobs (6) make a great deal of effort into changing their situation.
The truth is that local businesses are simply not taking (7) new staff. The government is to (8) for the way in which economic growth has slowed (9) , making life difficult for many businesses.
I look (10) to reading a more balanced article in the future. Yours faithfully,
Rebecca Winterson
II. Read the following passage and circle the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the blanks. (2.0 points)
Dutch children enjoy their freedom
"Let them be free" is the (0) rule for child-rearing in the Netherlands. No wonder Dutch kids have been compared Europe's most fortunate. From a tender age, their opinions are (1)
, their wishes respected, and there is no homework until their last year in preparatory school. Some would (2) that the tendency of Dutch society to encourage infants to experience whatever they please has (3) a whole generation into spoilt, undisciplined brats. Others say family members are remarkably open with one (4) , feeling free to say anything, and that the way parents (5) with their children's anxieties means that the children are well-adjusted, (6) is shown up by the results of the survey.
Dr. Gerrit Breeusma, head of development psychology at the University of Groningen says the survey's results came as no (7) . "Children have always played a very important role in Holland but there were (8) within families during the Sixties, usually over matters of discipline and conformity. As a result, the generations growing up at that time have made sure they get on better with their kids," he added.
(9) , in several Dutch police precincts, such liberalism is not viewed positively. In an
attempt to tackle underage heavy drinking, police have taken to bringing home teenagers and threatening parents with obligatory attendance at courses on excessive alcohol problems or hefty unless they keep their children under (10) .
0. A. golden B. iron C. solid D. fixed
Question 1. A. regarded B. valued C. recognized D. measured Question 2. A. argue B. criticize C. defend D. judge Question 3. A. resulted B. created C. turned D. brought Question 4. A. other B. another C. the other D. others Question 5. A. empathize B. understand C. analyze D. handle Question 6. A. which B. who C. where D. that Question 7. A. doubt B. difference C. consequence D. surprise Question 8. A. beliefs B. conflicts C. decisions D. contradictions Question 9. A. Moreover B. Therefore C. However D. Although Question 10. A. control B. limits C. restriction D. rule
III. Read the following passage and circle the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions (1.0 point)
It is said that George Washington was one of the first to realize how important the building of canals would be to the nation's development. In fact, before he became president, he headed the first company in the United States to build a canal that was to connect the Ohio and Potomac Rivers. It was never completed, but it showed the nation the feasibility of canals. As the country expanded westward, settlers in western New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio needed a means to ship goods. Canals linking natural waterways seemed to offer an effective solution.
In 1791, engineers commissioned by the state of New York investigated the possibility of a canal between Albany on the Hudson River and Buffalo on Lake Erie, which would link the Great Lakes area with the Atlantic seacoast. It would avoid the mountains that served as a barrier to canals from the Delaware and Potomac rivers.
The first attempt to dig the canal, to be called the Erie Canal, was made by private companies but only a comparatively small portion was built before the project was halted for lack of funds. The cost of the project was an estimated five million dollars, an enormous amount for those days. There was some on-again, off-again federal funding, but the War of 1812 put an end to this. In 1817, DeWitt Clinton was elected governor of New York and persuaded the state to finance and build the Canal. It was completed in 1825, costing two million dollars more than expected.
The canal rapidly lived up to its sponsor's faith, quickly paying for itself through tolls. It was far more economical than any other form of transportation at the time. It permitted trade between the Great Lake region and East Coast, robbing the Mississippi River of much of its traffic. It allowed New York to supplant Boston, Philadelphia, and other eastern cities as the chief center of both domestic and foreign commerce. Cities sprang up along the Canal. It also contributed in a number of ways to the North's victory over the South in the Civil War.
An expansion of the canal was planned in 1849. Increased traffic would undoubtedly have
warranted its construction had it not been for the development of the railroads.
Question 1. Why does the author most likely mention George Washington in the first paragraph?
A. He was president at the time in the Erie Canal was built.
B. He was involved in pioneering efforts to build canals.
C. He successfully opened the first canal in the United States.
D. He commissioned engineers to study the possibility of building the Erie Canal.
Question 2. The phrase “on-again, off- again” could be replaced by which of the following with the least change in meaning?
A. intermittent B. unsolicited C. ineffectual D. gradual
Question 3. Which of the following is NOT given as an effect of the building of the Erie Canal in the fourth paragraph?
A. It allowed the East Coast to trade with the Great Lakes area.
B. It took water traffic away from the Mississippi River.
C. It helped determine the outcome of the Civil War.
D. It established Boston and Philadelphia as the most important centers of trade.
Question 4. What can be inferred about railroads in 1849 from the information in the last paragraph?
A. They were being planned but had not yet been built.
B. They were seriously underdeveloped.
C. They had begun to compete with the Erie Canal for traffic.
D. They were weakened by the expansion of the Canal.
Question 5. The word “warranted” is closest in meaning to
A. guaranteed B. justified C. hastened D. prevented
IV. Read the following passage and do the tasks that follow (2.0 points)
The Spice of Life!
When thinking of the most popular restaurant dish in the UK, the answer “chicken tikka masala” does not spring readily to mind. But it is indeed the answer, often now referred to as a true “British national dish”. It may even have been invented by Indian immigrants in Scotland, who roasted chicken chunks (tikka), mixed them with spices and yoghurt, and served this in a bowl of masala sauce. The exact ingredients of the sauce vary from restaurant to restaurant, but the dish usually includes pursed tomatoes and cream, coloured orange by turmeric and paprika. British cuisine? Yes, spices have come a long way.
Paragraph A
Spices are dried seeds, fruit, roots, bark, or vegetative parts of plants, added to food in small amounts to enhance flavor or colour. Herbs, in contrast, are only from the leaves, and only used for flavouring. Looking at the sources of some common spices, mustard and black pepper are from seeds, cinnamon from bark, cloves from dried flower buds, ginger and turmeric from roots, while mace and saffron are from seed covers and stigma tips, respectively. In the face of such variety, it is becoming increasingly common for spices to be offered in pre-made combinations. Chili powder is a blend of chili peppers with other spices, often cumin, oregano, garlic powder, and salt. Mixed spice, which is often used in baking, is a British blend of sweet spices, with cinnamon being the dominant flavor. The ever-popular masala, as noted, could be anything, depending on the chef.
Paragraph B
Although human communities were using spices tens of thousands of years ago, the trade of this commodity only began about 2000 BC, around the Middle Last. Uses were less connected with cooking, and more with such diverse functions as embalming, medicine, religion, and food preservation. Eventually, extensive overland trade routes, such as the Silk Road, were established, yet it was maritime advances into India and East Asia which led to the most dramatic growth in commercial activities. From then on, spices were the driving force of the world economy, commanding such high prices that it pitted nation against nation, and became the major impetus to exploration and conquest. It would be hard to underestimate the role spices have played in human history.
Paragraph C
Originally, Muslim traders dominated these routes, seeing spice-laden ships from the Orient crossing the Indian Ocean to Red Sea and Persian Gulf ports, from where camel caravans transported the goods overland. However, although slow to develop, European nations, using aggressive exploration and colonisation strategies, eventually came to rule the Far East and, consequently, control of the
spice trade. At first, Portugal was the dominant power, but the British and Dutch eventually gained the upper hand, so that by the 19th century, the British controlled India, while the Dutch had the greater portion of the East Indies (Indonesia). Cloves, nutmeg, and pepper were some of the most valuable spices of the time.
Paragraph D
But why were spices always in such demand? There are many answers. In the early days, they were thought to have strong medicinal properties by balancing “humours”, or excesses of emotions in the blood. Other times they were thought to prevent maladies such as the plague, which often saw prices of recommended spices soar. But most obviously, spices flavoured the band meat-based European cuisines. Pepper, historically, has always been in highest demand for this reason, and even today, peppercorns (dried black pepper kernels) remain, by monetary value, the most widely traded spice in the world. However, saffron, by being produced within the small saffron flower, has always been among the world's most costly spice by weight, valued mostly for its vivid colour.
Paragraph E
Predictably, the majority of the world's spices are produced in India, although specific spices are often produced in greater amounts in other countries. Vietnam is the largest producer and exporter of pepper, meeting nearly one third of the world's demand. Indonesia holds a clear lead in nutmeg production, Iran in saffron, and Sri Lanka in cinnamon. However, exportation of such spices is not always simple. Most are dried as a whole product, or dried and ground into powder, both forms allowing bulk purchase, easier storage and shipping, and a longer shelf life. For example, the rhizomes (underground stems) of turmeric are boiled for several hours, then dried in ovens, after which they are ground into the yellow powder popular in South-Asian and Middle-Eastern cuisines.
Paragraph F
However, there are disadvantages in grinding spices. It increases their surface area many fold, accelerating the rate of evaporation and oxidation of their flavor-bearing and aromatic compounds. In contrast, whole dried spices retain these for much longer. Thus, seed-based varieties (which can be packaged and stored well) are often purchased in this form. This allows grinding to be done at the moment of cooking or eating, maximizing the flavor and effect, a fact which often results in pepper “grinders”, instead of “shakers”, gracing the tables of the better restaurants around the world.
Choosing the correct headings for sections A- F from the list of headings below. Write your answers in the boxes provided.

Do the following statements agree with the information given in the reading passage? Write
your answers in the boxes provided.
Write:
TRUE If the statement is true
FALSE If the statement is false
NOT GIVEN If the information is not given in the passage
7. Vietnam consumes a lot of pepper.
8. Due to the Covid 19, India tries to produce more spices to satisfy the world's demand.
9. The ingredients of masala are fairly standardized.
10. Seed-based spices can be easily stored.

1. Paragraph A:.
2. Paragraph B:….
3. Paragraph C:….
4. Paragraph D:….
5. Paragraph E:….
6. Paragraph F:
7. …….
8. ……
9. ……
10. ……

PART D. WRITING (5.0 points)
I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it. Write your answers in the spaces provided. (1.0 point)
0. It takes him at least three hours a day to chat on Facebook.
🠚 Everyday he spends ……at least three hours chatting on Facebook……
Question 1. The boring documentary made her feel asleep.
The documentary .

Question 2. “Put the knife in your right hand down.” said the policeman to the man.
 The policeman ordered .
Question 3. It wasn't obligatory to submit my assignment today.
 I needn't .
Question 4. Without your help, I couldn't have finished that difficult task.
If you .
Question 5. As she grows older, she becomes increasingly cheerful.
The older .
II. Rewrite the following sentences with the given words in such a way that the second sentence has the same meaning as the first one. Do not change the form of the words in brackets. You must use NO MORE THAN FIVE WORDS for each space. (1.0 point)
0. Rob's teacher is very happy with him at the moment. (BOOK)
Rob is in his teacher's good books at the moment.
Question 1. The doctor really should operate on him immediately. (SURGERY)
 It's high time on him.
Question 2. I had expected the snake dish to be much worse than it actually was (BAD)
The snake dish was actually nowhere I had expected.
Question 3. Honestly, it was impossible not to laugh when Mrs. Harrison slipped in the corridor. (FACE)
 Honestly, was impossible when Mrs. Harrison slipped in the corridor.
Question 4. The head teacher is well known for his dedication. (REPUTED)
The head teacher is person.
Question 5. The guide pointed out to us the magnificent carvings above the windows. (DREW)
The guide the magnificent carvings above the windows.
III. Rewrite the following sentence with the given words in such a way that the second sentence has the same meaning as the first one. Do not change the form of the words in brackets. (0) has been done as an example. (1.0 point)
0. I never have enough money. (SHORT)
🠚 I am always short of money.
Question 1. We'd like to implement the idea immediately, but we should wait a while. (PRACTICE)
We'd like to immediately, but we should wait a while.
Question 2. People think that two drivers had been injured in the car accident. (THOUGHT)
Two drivers in the car accident.
Question 3. He doesn't have money to go on holiday. He doesn't have time, either. (NEITHER)
He .
Question 4. It's a waste of time for you to discuss the problem with Jane. (POINT)
 There is .
Question 5. Bob will do anything to get an A in this class. (LENGTHS)
Bob will in this class.
IV. Write an essay on the following topic (2.0 points)
Some people say that the best preparation for life is learning to be cooperative. Others take the opposite view and say that learning to be competitive is the best preparation. Tell which one you agree with and explain why.
Write an essay about the above topic. Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience
Your writing must be between 220 and 250 words

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