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TRƯỜNG THPT CHUYÊN LÊ QUÝ ĐÔN ĐỀ KIỂM TRA CUỐI KỲ I NĂM HỌC 2022-2023 Môn: TIẾNG ANH – Lớp: 10

Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; ( 24 câu trắc nghiệm, 11 câu tự luận) (Đề thi gồm có 04 trang, không kể trang phách)

Mã đề thi: A

Họ, tên và chữ ký Mã phách

Giám thị 1

Giám thị 2

HỌ VÀ TÊN HỌC SINH ... LỚP ...

SỐ BÁO DANH ...

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PHẦN ĐỀ VÀ BÀI LÀM CỦA THÍ SINH ĐIỂM Họ tên và chữ ký của giám khảo 1:

………

Họ tên và chữ ký của giám khảo 2:

………

Mã phách

………Đề thi gồm 04 trang ………..

LISTENING

Part 1: Listen to a conversation and complete each sentence with ONE correct word/number.

1. Kim is interested in taking part in the community _______________ programs.

2. Kim thinks that he learns math and _________________ well.

3. Kim can work on Mondays and Wednesdays from ___________ to 6p.m.

4. Mrs. Brown, who is responsible for the tutoring program, will give Kim more _____________.

Part 2: Listen to a talk and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

5. The inventors of the first airplane were __________.

A. cousins B. brothers C. father and son D. scientists 6. Who finished high school?

A. Wilbur B. Orville C. Both of them D. Neither of them 7. Where did Wilbur and Orville successfully test their new glider?

A. On the beach B. In the field C. On the farm D. In the stadium 8. When did they make history by flying the Wright Flyer?

A. In 1913 B. In 1917 C. In 1903 D. 1931

PHONETICS

Circle the word that differs from the rest in the stress pattern.

9. A. donate B. support C. focus D. discuss

10. A. advantage B. internet C. century D. benefit

LANGUAGE USE

Circle the best answer A, B, C or D.

11. Mary: “When we join the club, we’ll be able to do a lot to protect our environment.”

Jane: “______________”

A. Great. B. Thank you. C. That sounds fair. D. No problem.

12. Research shows that strong family _________ allow children to grow securely and safely, without fear of trying new things.

A. routines B. bonds C. responsibilities D. skills

13. Save the Children was __________ in the United Kingdom in 1919, and now it is working in 120 countries around the world.

A. raised B. adopted C. set up D. found

14. My cousin used to dream of being a movie star, ________ she failed in her first casting.

A. and B. or C. so D. but

15. Tom ___________ when he saw the street performers.

A. walks B. walked C. is walking D. was walking 16. That car is running at full speed. It ___________.

A. is crashing B. will crash C. has crashed D. is going to crash

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17. It was too late, but nothing made me ___________ my mind.

A. change B. changed C. to change D. changing Write the correct form of the words in brackets.

18. Most of the students are making good progress, but Peter is a (HOPE) _______________ case.

19. Although organic food has the greatest quality, (SUSTAIN) ________________ grown products may become as desirable.

READING

Part 1: Read the following passage and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

In many countries, there is a widespread perception that teenagers’ lives nowadays are dominated by technologies. (20) __________, the information which was gathered in a recent study of Australian teenagers’ use of and attitudes towards technology suggests that this view doesn’t reflect the reality of their everyday existence. The research by academics from the University of Canberra in Australia found that, while most teenagers had ready access (21) __________ home computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices, they generally spent more time on traditional pursuits such as talking to family and friends, doing homework, and enjoying hobbies and sports than on using technology. Accessing social media and playing computer games ranked as low as ninth and tenth respectively among the ten most common after-school (22) _____________.

Fifteen-year-old Laura Edmonds is one of the teenagers surveyed. She admits to being very attached to (23) _____________smartphone and makes full use of various apps but if she needs to unwind after a hard day at school, she tends to “hang out with my friends, listen to music or chat with my mum and dad”.

20. A. Therefore B. However C. For example D. Furthermore

21. A. to B. with C. about D. of

22. A. household chores B. values C. activities D. items

23. A. my B. your C. their D. her

Part 2: Three sentences have been removed from the following passage. Choose among the sentences A-D the one which fits each gap in the passage. Write your answers in the numbered boxes. ONE sentence is not used.

The band Arctic Monkeys have been playing together since 2002, but they first became really successful in 2005. When the band got started, they used to give people free CDs of their songs at concerts. (24). ___________. Due to this, some journalists have written that Arctic Monkeys became famous because of the website MySpace, but this isn’t really true. Alex has said that when the band got its first record contract, he didn’t know what MySpace was.

Arctic Monkeys have sold a very large number of CDs, and they’ve won lots of music awards and prizes too, including the 2006 Mercury Prize for Album of the Year. (25). _________. They’ve also broken some records. For example, their first album became the fastest selling first album in British music history.

Their songs are often funny. Because the words are clever and amusing, some people don’t believe that Arctic Monkeys write their own songs. (26) ____________. However, there is no proof that this is true, and Alex says he has been writing songs since he was at school, so here at PopMag, we believe they write them themselves!

A. They think other people write songs for them.

B. If you haven’t heard of the band Arctic Monkeys, you must live on a different planet.

C. Fans would put these on the internet, so other people could listen to them too.

D. They were also nominated for the 2007 prize, but they didn’t win.

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Part 3: Read the following passage and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

Have you ever thought about inventing something? Did you worry that your idea was too strange or unrealistic? Well, maybe you should think again.

Strange or unrealistic ideas never stopped Arthur Pedrick. Pedrick was a British inventor.

Originally a government clerk, he spent his retirement in the 1960s and 1970s developing new and unusual ideas. Some of these ideas contradicted basic physics, but that didn’t stop Pedrick. One of his strangest ideas was a plan to connect large tubes from the continent of Australia all the way to Antarctica, a distance of 10,000 km! These tubes would carry giant ice balls from Antarctica to Australia. This ice would then melt in the Australian desert, and the water would be used in irrigation.

Another of Pedrick’s inventions was a radio-controlled golf ball. A golfer could change the speed and direction of the golf ball by small flaps, controlled by computer chips. Using radio waves, the golfer could also find lost golf balls. Arthur Pedrick had thousands of bizarre ideas for inventions, most of which were never built.

Though many of Pedrick’s inventions were never developed, a lot of other strange ideas were.

In 1989, a company designed and sold a theft-prevention device for expensive cars. As part of this device, several tubes were attached to the bottom of a car. If someone tried to steal the car, super-hot flames would come out of the tubes and burn the car thief. Some people who were not thieves, however, were seriously injured. They accidentally set off the device by walking past the car. Other strange inventions include underwear for dogs and pens with drinkable ink. The underwear keeps dogs from making a mess when they go out for a walk. Also, if you are ever thirsty during a test, a pen with drinkable ink would be very handy! If you have an idea that seems a little out in left field, don’t let that stop you from trying it. You’ll be in good company.

27. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Inventions are necessary for a good life. C. Some inventions are very strange.

B. Some devices can help reduce crime. D. Inventing something is easy.

28. According to the passage, what is NOT true about Pedrick?

A. He came up with the idea of carrying water balls from Antarctica to Australia.

B. All of his inventions were based on physics.

C. He had ever worked for the government.

D. Many of his inventions were never developed.

29. What was the problem with the theft prevention device?

A. It was too big. C. It didn’t work.

B. Only bicycles could use it. D. It hurt other people besides thieves.

30. What does the word “they” refer to?

A. people B. thieves C. inventions D. dogs

WRITING

Part 1: Rewrite the following sentences.

31. They started preparing for the New Year party at 3 o’clock.

 They have ………..

32. I think she will find a perfect answer to such a tricky question.

 I think she will come ………..

33. Inventing educational tools is really necessary.

 It ……….

34. Queen Elizabeth II ruled Britain for 70 years.

 Britain ……….

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Part 2: Write a paragraph of 100-120 words on the following topic.

What should teenagers do for a better community?

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TRƯỜNG THPT CHUYÊN LÊ QUÝ ĐÔN ĐỀ KIỂM TRA CUỐI KỲ I NĂM HỌC 2022-2023 Môn: TIẾNG ANH – Lớp: 10

Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; ( 24 câu trắc nghiệm, 11 câu tự luận) (Đề thi gồm có 04 trang, không kể trang phách)

Mã đề thi: A

Họ, tên và chữ ký Mã phách

Giám thị 1

Giám thị 2

HỌ VÀ TÊN HỌC SINH ... LỚP ...

SỐ BÁO DANH ...

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PHẦN ĐỀ VÀ BÀI LÀM CỦA THÍ SINH ĐIỂM Họ tên và chữ ký của giám khảo 1:

………

Họ tên và chữ ký của giám khảo 2:

………

Mã phách

………Đề thi gồm 04 trang ………..

0.2/each x 34 = 6.8 pts

paragraph 1.2 pts

TOTAL: 8.0 pts LISTENING

Part 1: Listen to a conversation and complete each sentence with ONE correct word/number.

1. Kim is interested in taking part in the community ___service______ programs.

2. Kim thinks that he learns math and _____science_______ well.

3. Kim can work on Mondays and Wednesdays from _5 (p.m.)________ to 6p.m.

4. Mrs. Brown, who is responsible for the tutoring program, will give Kim more __details___________.

NOTES:

• singular <-> plural: 0.1

• misspelling: 0

Part 2: Listen to a talk and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

5. The inventors of the first airplane were __________.

A. cousins B. brothers C. father and son D. scientists 6. Who finished high school?

A. Wilbur B. Orville C. Both of them D. Neither of them 7. Where did Wilbur and Orville successfully test their new glider?

A. On the beach B. In the field C. On the farm D. In the stadium 8. When did they make history by flying the Wright Flyer?

A. In 1913 B. In 1917 C. In 1903 D. 1931

PHONETICS

Circle the word that differs from the rest in the stress pattern.

9. A. donate B. support C. focus D. discuss

10. A. advantage B. internet C. century D. benefit LANGUAGE USE

Circle the best answer A, B, C or D.

11. Mary: “When we join the club, we’ll be able to do a lot to protect our environment.”

Jane: “______________”

A. Great. B. Thank you. C. That sounds fair. D. No problem.

12. Research shows that strong family _________ allow children to grow securely and safely, without fear of trying new things.

A. routines B. bonds C. responsibilities D. skills

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13. Save the Children was __________ in the United Kingdom in 1919, and now it is working in 120 countries around the world.

A. raised B. adopted C. set up D. found

14. My cousin used to dream of being a movie star, ________ she failed in her first casting.

A. and B. or C. so D. but

15. Tom ___________ when he saw the street performers.

A. walks B. walked C. is walking D. was walking

16. That car is running at full speed. It ___________.

A. is crashing B. will crash C. has crashed D. is going to crash 17. It was too late, but nothing made me ___________ my mind.

A. change B. changed C. to change D. changing Write the correct form of the words in brackets.

18. Most of the students are making good progress, but Peter is a (HOPE) ____hopeless____ case.

19. Although organic food has the greatest quality, (SUSTAIN) __sustainably _____ grown products may become as desirable.

READING

Part 1: Read the following passage and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

In many countries, there is a widespread perception that teenagers’ lives nowadays are dominated by technologies. (20) __________, the information which was gathered in a recent study of Australian teenagers’ use of and attitudes towards technology suggests that this view doesn’t reflect the reality of their everyday existence. The research by academics from the University of Canberra in Australia found that, while most teenagers had ready access (21) __________ home computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices, they generally spent more time on traditional pursuits such as talking to family and friends, doing homework, and enjoying hobbies and sports than on using technology. Accessing social media and playing computer games ranked as low as ninth and tenth respectively among the ten most common after-school (22) _____________.

Fifteen-year-old Laura Edmonds is one of the teenagers surveyed. She admits to being very attached to (23) _____________smartphone and makes full use of various apps but if she needs to unwind after a hard day at school, she tends to “hang out with my friends, listen to music or chat with my mum and dad”.

20. A. Therefore B. However C. For example D. Furthermore

21. A. to B. with C. about D. of

22. A. household chores B. values C. activities D. items

23. A. my B. your C. their D. her

Part 2: Three sentences have been removed from the following passage. Choose among the sentences A-D the one which fits each gap in the passage. Write your answers in the numbered boxes. ONE sentence is not used.

The band Arctic Monkeys have been playing together since 2002, but they first became really successful in 2005. When the band got started, they used to give people free CDs of their songs at concerts. (24). ___C___. Due to this, some journalists have written that Arctic Monkeys became famous because of the website MySpace, but this isn’t really true. Alex has said that when the band got its first record contract, he didn’t know what MySpace was.

Arctic Monkeys have sold a very large number of CDs, and they’ve won lots of music awards and prizes too, including the 2006 Mercury Prize for Album of the Year. (25). __D___. They’ve also

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broken some records. For example, their first album became the fastest selling first album in British music history.

Their songs are often funny. Because the words are clever and amusing, some people don’t believe that Arctic Monkeys write their own songs. (26) ____A___. However, there is no proof that this is true, and Alex says he has been writing songs since he was at school, so here at PopMag, we believe they write them themselves!

A. They think other people write songs for them.

B. If you haven’t heard of the band Arctic Monkeys, you must live on a different planet.

C. Fans would put these on the internet, so other people could listen to them too.

D. They were also nominated for the 2007 prize, but they didn’t win.

Part 3: Read the following passage and circle the correct answer A, B, C or D.

Have you ever thought about inventing something? Did you worry that your idea was too strange or unrealistic? Well, maybe you should think again.

Strange or unrealistic ideas never stopped Arthur Pedrick. Pedrick was a British inventor.

Originally a government clerk, he spent his retirement in the 1960s and 1970s developing new and unusual ideas. Some of these ideas contradicted basic physics, but that didn’t stop Pedrick. One of his strangest ideas was a plan to connect large tubes from the continent of Australia all the way to Antarctica, a distance of 10,000 km! These tubes would carry giant ice balls from Antarctica to Australia. This ice would then melt in the Australian desert, and the water would be used in irrigation.

Another of Pedrick’s inventions was a radio-controlled golf ball. A golfer could change the speed and direction of the golf ball by small flaps, controlled by computer chips. Using radio waves, the golfer could also find lost golf balls. Arthur Pedrick had thousands of bizarre ideas for inventions, most of which were never built.

Though many of Pedrick’s inventions were never developed, a lot of other strange ideas were.

In 1989, a company designed and sold a theft-prevention device for expensive cars. As part of this device, several tubes were attached to the bottom of a car. If someone tried to steal the car, super-hot flames would come out of the tubes and burn the car thief. Some people who were not thieves, however, were seriously injured. They accidentally set off the device by walking past the car. Other strange inventions include underwear for dogs and pens with drinkable ink. The underwear keeps dogs from making a mess when they go out for a walk. Also, if you are ever thirsty during a test, a pen with drinkable ink would be very handy! If you have an idea that seems a little out in left field, don’t let that stop you from trying it. You’ll be in good company.

27. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Inventions are necessary for a good life. C. Some inventions are very strange.

B. Some devices can help reduce crime. D. Inventing something is easy.

28. According to the passage, what is NOT true about Pedrick?

A. He came up with the idea of carrying water balls from Antarctica to Australia.

B. All of his inventions were based on physics.

C. He had ever worked for the government.

D. Many of his inventions were never developed.

29. What was the problem with the theft prevention device?

A. It was too big. C. It didn’t work.

B. Only bicycles could use it. D. It hurt other people besides thieves.

30. What does the word “they” refer to?

A. people B. thieves C. inventions D. dogs

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WRITING

Part 1: Rewrite the following sentences.

31. They started preparing for the New Year party at 3 o’clock.

 They have prepared// been preparing for the New Year party since 3 o’clock.

32. I think she will find a perfect answer to such a tricky question.

 I think she will come up with a perfect answer to such a tricky question.

33. Inventing educational tools is really necessary.

 It is really necessary to invent educational tools.

34. Queen Elizabeth II ruled Britain for 70 years.

 Britain was ruled by Queen Elizabeth II for 70 years// was ruled for 70 years by Queen Elizabeth II.

NOTES:

• 1 grammar error: - 0.1

• 2 spelling mistakes: - 0.1

• Incomplete sentences with 1 word left out: - 0.05 2 words : - 0.1 3 words : - 0.15

Part 2: Write a paragraph of 100-120 words on the following topic.

What should teenagers do for a better community?

NOTES:

• Task achievement: 0.4

• Organization: 0.4

• Language use: 0.2

• Punctuation and spelling: 0.2

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