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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 1  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. volcano  
. A. visited  
B. make  
B. looked  
C. tidal  
C. needed  
D. crazy  
D. persuaded  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. exchange  
. A. intermediate  
B. invite  
B. documentary  
C. economic  
C. reputation  
D. em
oider  
D. communicate  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. The students laughed happy when they saw the monkeys eating bananas.  
A
B
C
D
. The information I got from the assistant was such confusing that I didn‟t know what to do.  
A
B
C
D
. Have you ever considered work as a teacher after graduating from university?  
B C  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. The_________growth rate of Vietnam reached about 8.0% in 2007.  
A. economic B. economically C. economical  
. I came ..................an old friend while I was walking along the street.  
A. across B. into C. over  
0. Sarah has to stay in bed for a few days _________ she is sick.  
A. because B. and C. but  
1. Mathew studied Physics _________ England from 2002 to 2006.  
A. at B. about C. in  
A
D
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D. economy  
D. for  
D. although  
D. on  
2. If only she …………English well.  
A. speaks B. has spoken C. spoke D. speaking  
3. It‟s very late. We suggest _________ a taxi to get to the airport.  
A. catch B. catching C. to catch  
4. Environmental _________ is a serious problem facing mankind today.  
D. caught  
A. pollute  
5. Your
other passed the final exam, _________?  
A. does he B. doesn‟t he  
B. polluted  
C. pollution  
D. polluting  
C. did he  
D. didn‟t he  
6. Jennifer Aniston, _________ is perhaps best known for her role in “Friends”, has also appeared in  
several major films.  
A. that D. which  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response  
7. Daughter: “Dad! I have just won the first prize in the Olympic English Contest.”  
B. who  
C. whom  
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Father: “__________________”  
A. Congratulations!  
C. Thank you.  
B. That‟s a good idea.  
D. I‟d love to.  
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8. Peter: “Don‟t fail to send your parents my regards.”  
Susan: “_____.”  
A. You‟re welcome.  
B. Thanks, I will.  
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C. Good ideas, thanks  
D. It‟s my pleasure.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. He was asked to account for his presence at the scene of crime.  
A. complain B. exchange C. explain D. a
ange  
0. The teacher gave some suggestions on what could come out for the examination.  
A. effects B. symptoms C. hints D. demonstrations  
2
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. The International Organizations are going to be in a temporary way in the country.  
A. soak  
B. permanent  
C. complicated  
D. guess  
2
2. She was happy that she could get in touch with a lot of her old friends when she went a
oad to  
study.  
A. lose contact with  
C. put in charge of  
B. lose control of  
D. make room for  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Electricity is the most common form of energy used today. (23) _________ the modern world,  
(
24) _________ is instantly available at the touch of a switch. Electricity has numerous uses. The most  
common use of electricity is to provide artificial lighting. In factories, electricity is used to (25)  
________ the electric motor of machines. In offices, electricity is used to light up (26) _________  
workplace. It is also used to operate air-conditioners, computers (27) _________ many other machines.  
_
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. In  
B. Round  
B. water  
B. drive  
B. any  
C. During  
C. electricity  
C. driving  
C. the  
D. From  
D. coal  
D. drove  
D. many  
D. and  
4. A. Gas  
5. A. Driven  
6. A. A  
7. A. But  
B. so  
C. because  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Smoking causes lung cancer, which is the number one cancer among men. Ninety percent of  
the people who get lung cancer die. Smoking is also the leading cause of mouth cancer, tongue cancer,  
and throat cancer. Many smokers have heart disease and pneumonia. Smoking causes one million early  
deaths in the world every year.  
Smokers not only harm themselves but also harm others. Smokers 
eathe smoke out into the  
air. They 
eathe it out on their children and their wives or husbands. Children whose parents smoke  
have more 
eathing and lung problems than other children. Women who are ma
ied to smokers are  
more likely to have lung cancer than those ma
ied to non-smokers.  
We are all aware that smoking is bad. So why do people smoke?  
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3
3
0. Every year, smoking causes about one million____________.  
A. cancer patients B. killing diseases C. early deaths  
1. The word “it” in the passage refers to____________.  
A. cancer B. smoke C. air  
2. Who are more likely to have lung cancer and lung problems?  
D. injured men  
D.
eath  
A. People who live in the city  
B. People who live with smokers.  
C. People who live with non-smokers.  
D. People who live in the country.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. “Can you speak English?” said Peter.  
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Peter asked me ______________________________________________________  
4. If it doesn‟t rain, we will go to the cinema this evening.  
Unless _____________________________________________________________  
5. They will make you pay a fine if they catch you smoking.  
You ____________________________________________________________  
6. Can you use this computer?  
You can________________________________________?  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. Have you finished the book? I lent you the book two weeks ago. (which)  
___________________________________________________________________  
8. It‟s a pity. we do not have a computer. ( wish)  
I ___________________________________________________________________  
9. Bob didn‟t speak Dutch. However, He decided to settle in Amsterdam. (In spite of)  
___________________________________________________________________  
0. The house was too badly damaged in the fire, so it couldn‟t be repaired. (too )  
___________________________________________________________________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 2  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. lived  
. A. when  
B. liked  
B. Who  
C. watched  
C. where  
D. washed  
D. what  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. baby  
. A. learner  
B. novel  
B. teacher  
C. people  
C. enjoy  
D. remind  
D. doctor  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. His mother is very proud of him, doesn‟t she?  
A
B
C
D
. The man whom ro
ed you has been a
ested.  
A
B
C
D
. Miss Hoa stopped to type the letter when she saw me coming.  
A. B. C. D.  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. Mrs. Brown forgot her raincoat......she got wet.  
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A. so  
B. however  
C. because  
D. if  
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. Peter is short. He's not…………… to be a policeman.  
A. so tall  
B. tall enough  
C. quite tall  
D. enough tall  
D. any other  
1
0. Jupiter spins faster than......planet.  
A. any  
B. any another  
C. any others  
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1. The core of the moon is much smaller, in relation to its size of the planets.  
A. those  
B. than those  
C. ones  
D. than are those  
D. Put up with  
D. was not used  
1
2. .......the stove when you have finished cooking.  
A. Put off  
B. Put out  
C. Put  
th  
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3. Coal......very widely as a source of energy until the 19 century.  
A. not used  
B. did not use  
C. not using  
1
4. She a
anged.......her friends in the afternoon as the weather was fne.  
A. meeting  
B. to be meeting  
C. to have met  
D, to meet  
1
5. 1 object.......the proposal to restrict the use of cars in the city.  
A. at B. with C. for  
D. to  
1
6. …………. is a festival which is cele
ated in late March or early April in Israel and by all Jewish  
people.  
A. Christmas  
B. Passover  
C. Easter  
D. Thanksgiving  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. John offered his mother a nice gift on her birthday.  
John's mother: Thank you very much for your gift! How wonderful it is! John: ______  
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A. Never mind!  
C. That's right.  
B. I'm happy you like it.  
D. Of course.  
1
8. William is talking to Jennie about his headache.  
William: Oh, dear. The pain in my head is killing me. Jennie: ________  
A. How do you do?  
C. Don't mention it.  
B. What can I do for you now?  
D. I'm so
y. I can't.  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. I‟ll take the new job whose salary is fantastic.  
A. reasonable  
2
A. Artifacts  
B. acceptable  
C. pretty high D. wonderful  
0. Carpets from countries such as Persia and Afghanistan often fetch high prices in the United States.  
C. Rugs D. Textiles  
B. Pottery  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. When being interviewed, You should focus on what the interviewer is saying or asking you.  
A. to pay no attention to  
C. be related  
B. be interested in  
D. express interested in  
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2. They've always encouraged me in everything I've wanted to do.  
A. unpardoned  
C. discouraged  
B. misconstrue  
D. impaired  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
When you visit London, one of the first things you will see is Big Ben, the famous clock which  
can be heard all over the world on the BBC. If the Houses of Parliament hadn't burned (14)......in 1834,  
the great clock would never have been erected. Big Ben takes its (15)......from Sir Benjamin Hall who  
was responsible for the making of the clock when the new Houses of Parliament were being built. It is  
not only of immense size. but is extremely accurate as well. Officials from Greenwich Observatory  
have the clock checked (18)......a day. On the BBC, you can hear the clock when it is actually striking  
because microphones (19).......to the clock tower. Big Ben has rarely gone wrong. Once, however, it  
failed to give the co
ect time. A painter (21)......had been working on the tower hung a pot of paint on  
one of the hands and slowed it down.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. up  
4. A. place  
5. A. two  
6. A. connects  
7. A. who  
B. on  
B. name  
B. two time  
B. are connected  
B. whom  
C. down  
C. fame  
C. couple  
C. is connected  
C. which  
D. off  
D. time  
D. twice  
D. connect  
D. where  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
English is one of the most popular languages in the world. It comes second in the number of  
speakers after Chinese. In Vietnam, more and more people are studying English and they consider it a  
key to success. However, not everyone knows how to learn English effectively.  
The best way to improve the four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing is to practice  
regularly. You should make use of every opportunity to speak English with friends in class or at  
English speaking clubs or ourselves in front of the mi
or. Learning by heart all the words does not  
help much if you do not read a lot because you will easily forget what you have learnt. Reading books,  
listening to radio and watching films are better ways to memorize words. Besides. English learners  
should not be so shy because making mistakes is unavoidable in learning foreign languages. Practicing  
speaking a lot is a good way to co
ect your mistakes.  
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Questions  
8. How many skills are mentioned in paragraph 2?  
A. 2 B. 4  
9. The word “memorize" in paragraph 2 is CLOSEST in meaning to ……………  
A. remember B. forget C. communicate  
0. A good way to co
ect your mistakes is  
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C. 5  
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A. avoiding speaking English  
B. stopping learning English  
C. practicing speaking English a lot  
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1. According to the passage, which of the following statements Is TRUE?  
A. You should never speak English with yourselves.  
B. Many Vietnamese people consider English a key to success.  
C. English learner should be shy if they make mistakes.  
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2. The passage is mainly about …………………..  
A. how to learn English effectively.  
B. people who study English in Vietnam.  
C. how to read books, listen to radio and watch films  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
3
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3. “ I want to be a pilot, ” my
other said.  
My
other said that _____________________________________.  
4. Many trees died because of the bad weather.  
Because the weather _____________________________________.  
5. I don‟t have the key, so I cannot get into the house.  
If I __________________________________________________ .  
6. We might find life on another planet.  
Life on another planet____________________________________.  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. His life is very hard. He studied very well. ( Although)  
………………..……………………………………  
8.The weather was te
ible. We couldn‟t go to the beach (So)  
………………………………………………………………………………  
9. The book is very expensive. He bought it at the bookstore. (which” )  
…………………………………………………….  
0. Do you like orange juice? Do you like apple juice?(or)  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 3  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. runs  
. A. enjoyed  
B. stands  
B. walked  
C. sleeps  
C. watched  
D. sprays  
D. practiced  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. money  
. A. nation  
B. student  
B. mention  
C. music  
C. federation  
D. enjoy  
D. option  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. You have read this interesting article on the website, have you?  
A
B
C
D
. Jeans cloth made completely from cotton in the eighteenth century.  
A
B
C
D
. My sister enjoys listening to music and dance with her friends.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. I am not in a hu
y. I don't mind.....  
A. waiting B. wait  
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C. to wait  
. I wish Ann ......... here. She will be able to help us.  
C. is  
D. to waiting  
D. wasn't  
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A. were  
B. weren't  
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0. Relax for some minutes and you'll feel more .........  
A. comfort  
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A. have been  
B. uncomfortable  
C comfortable  
1. We ...................close friends since we were in grade 6.  
C. were  
D. comfortably  
D. are  
B. will be  
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2. We were too tired ...................... doing the washing up after the meal.  
A. out  
B. over  
C. of  
D. on  
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3. Thanh and Nga are going to Australia............learn English.  
A. so as to  
B. so that  
C. so as  
D. in order that  
D. so  
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4. I was tired, _______ I went to bed early last night.  
A. however  
B. although  
C. because  
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5. The children enjoy ______ to the zoo.  
A. taking  
B. to play  
C. being taken  
D. took  
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6. Nam is a student. He always goes to ______ school at 6.30 in the morning.  
A. a B. an C. the D. ∅  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Jane invites Mary to go to the cinema.  
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Jane: “Would you like to go to the cinema with me this weekend?”  
Mary: “ _____________.”  
A. Yes, I‟d love to.  
C. I agree with you  
B. Yes, I do  
D. Yes, it is  
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8. Mr. Smith is have lunch a restaurant.  
Mr. Smith: “ Could you 
ing me some water?”  
Waiter:”_________”  
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A. No, I don‟t  
B. I don‟t wait  
C. Certainly, sir  
D. No, thanks.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Ralph Nader was the most prominent leader of the U.S consumer protection movement.  
A. casual  
2
to
ightness.  
A. record  
B. significant  
0. Around 150 B.C. the Greek astronomer Hipparchus developed a system to classify stars according  
B. shine  
C. promiscuous  
D. aggressive  
C. categorize  
D. diversify  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. During the five- decade history the Asian Games have been advancing in all aspects.  
A. holding at  
2
A. explicit  
B. holding back  
C. holding to D. holding by  
2. The distinction between schooling and education implied by this remark is important.  
C. obscure D. odd  
B. implicit  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Mr. Brown and some volunteer conservationists are on a very dirty beach now. Today they are  
ready (1)___________ the beach a clean and beautiful place again. After listening to Mr. Brown‟s  
instructions, they are divided (2)___________ three groups.  
After listening to Mr. Brown‟s Group should check the sand, and group 3 has to check among the  
rocks. Ga
age must be put into plastic bags, and they will be (3)__________ by Mr. Brown. He will take  
the bags to the ga
age dump. Each member will be given a map to find the right place. They won‟t eat  
the picnic lunch provided by Mrs. Smith until the whose area is clean. They are all eager to work hard so  
as to refresh this (4)__________ Area.  
1
2
3
4
. A. make  
. A. in  
. A. collected B. chosen  
. A. spoil B. spoils  
B. making  
B. into  
C. to make  
D. made  
D. to  
D. elected  
D. spoiled  
C. on  
C. selected  
C. spoiling  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Sydney was founded as a British colony in 1788. Sydney was the first everlasting European  
settlement in Australia and today it is the country's largest city area, with about 4 million residents.  
Sydney is the seat of state government as the capital of New South Wales, Australia's most populous  
and economically important state. The city is an active cultural centre with a varied economy based on  
service industries, tourism, manufacturing, and international commerce. Its port is one of the leading  
centers of intercontinental trade in the Asia-Pacific region. Sydney is located on Australia‟s  
southeastern coast at Port Jackson, a large, sheltered, deep-water inlet of the Tasman Sea.  
Sydney is well-known for its Opera House. The Sydney Opera House is the centerpiece of the  
city‟s places for live performances of ballet, opera, and classical music. The Australian Opera,  
Australian Ballet, and Sydney Dance companies regularly stage performances there. Moreover, the  
place often hosts internationally touring performances. Sydney also has many places for musical  
theater, drama, and popular music. The Sydney Theatre Company is one of many successful theatre  
companies in the city. Sydney is also home to the internationally praised Australian Chamber  
Orchestra and Sydney Symphony Orchestra.  
The cultural life of Sydney is exciting and varied, reflecting the multicultural nature of the city.  
Many festivals, parades, and outdoor concerts cheer up the city streets in the summer months.  
Annual events include the Sydney Festival in January and Fe
uary, the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras  
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in March, the Royal Easter Show in April, and the multicultural festival Carnival in September and  
October. Sydney has also become world renowned for its street parties and fireworks on New Year's  
Eve and on Australia Day, cele
ated on Sydney's Founding date, January 26.  
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8. According to the first paragraph, the following are true of Sydney EXCEPT……  
th  
A. It was set up in the 18 century.  
B. Europe had it as the first settlement in Australia.  
C. Now Sydney is the capital of Australia.  
D. Today it has a population of nearly 4 million people.  
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9. The word intercontinental in the first paragraph could be best replaced with……  
A. within continents  
C. out of continents  
B. into continents  
D. between continents  
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0. According to the second paragraph, which of the following is TRUE of the Sydney Opera House?  
A. International film festivals are held here.  
B. This place hosts live modern music programs.  
C. Plays are not performed here.  
D. This building makes Sydney famous.  
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1. In the last paragraph, the word “annual” means……  
A. each year B. every year C. yearly  
2. From the passage, it can be infe
ed that Sydney was established……  
D. all year round  
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A. on New Year‟s Eve, 1791  
C. in October, 1790  
II. Writing  
B. in April, 1789  
D. in January, 1788  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. “I want to send my son to a university in the UK,” she said.  
She said ...............................................................................................in the UK.  
4.Teachers should educate students to preserve traditional values.  
Students ..............................................................................................teachers.  
5.She doesn‟t know how to get access to the Internet.  
She wishes..............................................................................................the Internet.  
6. I last saw Peter when he attended the school meeting  
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3
3
3
I haven‟t……………………………….....…………………………meeting.  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
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3
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3
.
4
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7.He read the poem to us yesterday. The poem has been translated into several languages. (which)  
.....................................................................................................................................  
8. Mr. Ba is too old. That's the reason why he can not continue the work. (If )  
.....................................................................................................................................  
9. The new restaurant looks good. However, it seems to have few customers.(In spite)  
.....................................................................................................................................  
0. The children couldn't go swimming because the sea was too rough. (too)  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 4  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. exchange  
. A. sightseer  
B. bank  
B. hike  
C. hamburger  
C. shrine  
D. bamboo  
D. picnic  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. purpose  
. A. lesson  
B. remote  
B. delay  
C. control  
C. wonder  
D. respond  
D. pencil  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. They have wrote (A) to (B) one another (C) for a long time (D).  
. He said (A) that he was riding his bike (B) on the way home (C) now (D).  
. The rock who (A) they found last week (8) may have landed (C) on Earth from the moon (D)  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
: Nam wanted to know what time___________  
8
A. the movie begins  
B. the movie began  
C. did the movie begin  
D. does the movie begin  
9
: I am very fat. I think if I do morning exercise regularly, I ___________ weight.  
A. may lose  
B. lose  
C. would lose  
D. lost  
1
0: The room is ___________decorated for Christmas.  
A. beauty  
B. beautify  
C. beautiful  
D. beautifully  
D. In  
1
1: __________night, the temperature seems to be cooler and cooler.  
A. At B. On C. For  
2: I am wondering what ________ to my sister's wedding.  
A. have to 
ing B. to 
ing C. 
inging  
3: We can't go along here because the road ________  
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D. should
ing  
D. repaired  
1
A, is being repaired  
B. is repairing  
C. was repaired  
1
4: Many people do not like climbing ________  
A. despite its danger  
B. since its danger  
C. although it is dangerous  
D. because it is dangerous  
1
5: The man and the dog ________ I had taken a photo of were in the park.  
A. which  
B. that  
C. who  
D. whose  
1
6: –“Do you collect stamps or other things? -“Yes, I‟m a stamp __________.”  
A. collecting  
B. collector  
C. collect  
D. collection  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. John: "Shall we go out to choose a birthday gift for Mary?"  
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Tom: "_________________"  
A. Great idea  
B. There's no doubt about it  
C. Yes, please do  
D. I don‟t wait  
1
8. Ha
y: "What a te
ific hairstyle!"  
Daisy: "_______________ "  
A. Why don't you like it?  
C. My pleasure  
B. Thank you  
D. Yes, it is  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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1
9. Roget‟s Thesaurus, a collection of English words and phrases, was originally a
anged by the ideas  
they express rather than by alphabetical order.  
A. restricted  
2
A. situation  
B. as well as  
C. unless  
0. This is the instance where big, obvious non-ve
al signals are appropriate.  
C. place  
D. instead of  
B. attention  
D. matter  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. I clearly remember talking to him in a chance meeting last summer.  
A. unplanned  
C. accidental  
B. deliberate  
D. unintentional  
2
2. The US troops are using much more sophisticated weapons in the Far East.  
A. expensive  
B. complicated  
C. simple and easy to use D. difficult to operate  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
I come from Switzerland. I came to London six months (36)______to learn English. I haven't met  
many English people yet, only my teachers. I started learning English at school in Switzerland (37)  
_
___I was eleven, so I have learnt it for nearly ten years. At first in London, I couldn't understand  
anything, but now my English (38)____improved. I have just taken an exam. If I pass it, I  
39)______into the next class. I'm excited today because my parents will come tomo
ow to stay with  
(
me for a few days and I (40)___ them for a long time. They have never been to England and they can't  
speak English.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. ago  
4. A. because  
5. A. were  
6. A. moved  
7. A. haven't seen  
B. before  
B. that  
B. are  
B. will move  
B. didn't see  
C. last  
C. so  
C. is  
C. could move  
C. don't see  
D. after  
D. when  
D. have been  
D. would move  
D. hasn't seen  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Tiger Woods started playing golf when two years old. Now he is one of the most famous  
professional golfers in the world. Tiger is from the United States. His father is African-American and  
his mother is Thai. His real name is Eldrick, but everyone knows him as Tiger, the nickname his father  
gave him.  
He started playing golf professionally in 1996, and won all four of the World Golf  
Championships before he turned 25. He holds the record as the youngest player ever to win all four of  
these championships. Although he has played on many great golf courses, one of Tiger's favorite  
places to play is Pe
le Beach.  
Tiger became a role model at an early age. People look up to him, so he is very grateful.  
Because many people helped Tiger as a child, he wants to lend a hand to others now. Some people  
cannot play golf because of their ethnicity, while others do not have enough money. Occasionally,  
Tiger himself was prevented from playing golf. Because of this, he created the Tiger Woods  
Foundation to help make golf open to everyone. He likes to see diversity on the golf course, and he  
wants all children to play golf if they want to. Tiger is happy that many children now want to play golf  
because of him.  
2
8: What is the main idea of this reading?  
A. Tiger's golf career.  
C. Tiger's foundation.  
B. Tiger's best teacher  
D. Tiger's experience and opinions.  
2
9: Which is true about Tigers parents?  
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A. Both of them are Asian  
B. His father is famous  
C. Neither of them plays golf.  
D. One of them is not from America  
3
0: What record does Tiger hold?  
A. The player to finish a game of golf the fastest  
B. The youngest to win four important championships.  
C. The first African-American golfer.  
D. The first golfer to turn professional as a teenager  
3
1: Where does Tiger like to play golf?  
A. The World Golf Championship.  
C. Pe
le Beach  
B. Augusta.  
D. The United States  
3
2: What does the Tiger Woods Foundation do?  
A. Makes golf courses  
C. Gives money to professional golfers.  
II. Writing  
B. Helps kids to play golf.  
D. Sells golf equipment.  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
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3
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3
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3. People say that they bought this shop last year.  
It is_________________________________________________________.  
4. He had scarcely put the phone down when the doo
ell rang.  
Scarcely ____________________________________________________.  
5. Do you know the man who sat next to me at Nam‟s birthday party last night?  
You know___________________________________________________.  
6. It takes Minh 4 hours to play football every day.  
Minh spends__________________________________________________.  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentences including the  
WORD given  
3
7. Mark is too poor to buy that villa. (not)  
..............................................................................  
8. It‟s a pity . We can not enjoy the party. (wishe)  
.....................................................................................................  
9. “You shouldn‟t stay up too late.” (were)  
..................................................................................  
0. “Don‟t swim far off the shore.” Said the lifeguard to the boy (against)  
........................................................................  

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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 5  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. claimed  
. A. health  
B. warned  
B. appear  
C. occu
ed  
C. ready  
D. existed  
D. heavy  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. understand  
. A. inspiration  
B. engineer  
B. experience  
C. benefit  
C. communicate  
D. Vietnamese  
D. em
oidery  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. What a pity. I have to look at my little 
other, so I can't go. to the cinema tonight.  
A
B
C
D
. The children decided to cancel their camping trip therefore the weather was too bad.  
A
B
C
D
. If Caroline doesn't take a raincoat with her, she would get wet on the way to school.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
: I wish I ________ what to do to help my mother now.  
8
A. know  
B. will know  
C. knew  
D. have known  
D. hearing  
D. So  
9
: Thank you for your letter. I am glad ________ that you're keeping well  
A, listening  
B. to listen  
C. to hear  
10: There is too much traffic in the city. ________ , the air is polluted.  
A. Therefore B. However C. But  
11: If I ________ younger, I ________ in a boat around the world.  
A. Were - will sail  
C. am - will sail  
B. were-would sail  
D. am - would sail  
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2: Human beings must stop ________ the environment right now.  
A. to pollute B. polluted C. pollute  
3: This is the first time I ________ myself out of the house.  
A. locked B. have locked C. am locking  
4: Last night I came home, cooked dinner, and ________ TV.  
D. polluting  
D. lock  
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1
A. watch  
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A. take over  
B. was watching C. has watched  
5: Remember to ________ your shoes when you get into a Japanese house.  
B. take place C. take on  
D. watched  
D. take off  
D. bored  
1
6. Susan is very __________ of telling other people what to do.  
A. fond B. interested C. keen  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
1
7. Veronica: “What a lovely dress you are wearing!”  
Kate: “………………….”  
A. Certainty. It's costly  
C. Thanks for your nice compliment.  
B. No. thanks  
D. Never mind  
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8. Son: ‟Why don't we go fishing this afternoon?"  
Father: “……………”  
A. That‟s a good idea  
C. The traffic is not too bad, I think.  
B. Glad you enjoyed it  
D. No. Thanks  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Let‟s wait here for her; I‟m sure she‟ll turn up before long.  
A. a
ive B. return C. enter  
0. This tapestry has a very complicated pattern.  
D. visit  
2
A. obsolete  
B. intricate  
C. ultimate  
D. appropriate  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Population growth rates vary among regions and even among countries within the same region.  
A. restrain  
C. remain unstable  
B. stay unchanged  
D. fluctuate  
2
2. Unless the two signatures are identical, the bank won‟t honor the check.  
A. similar B. different C. fake D. genuine  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
People in many countries grow fresh water fish from eggs. They move the small fish into lakes  
and rivers. The fish live and (23) ___________ there. People go fishing in these lakes and rivers.  
They enjoy catching fish because fish is also good food. Now the Japanese grow salt water fish. Most  
of them are yellow tail fish. Workers grow the fish from eggs. Every time they feed the fish, they play  
tapes of piano music. The fish (24) _______that piano music means food. When the fish are small, the  
Japanese put them into the ocean near the land. The fish find some of their (25) ___________ food.  
Workers also feed them. They play the same piano music. The fish already know the music. They  
swim toward it and (26) _______ the food. In a few  
months the fish are large. The Japanese play  
the same music. The fish swim toward it and the workers catch them. The Japanese get about 15  
percent of their seafood (27)_______farms in the ocean.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. 
ead  
4. A. think  
5. A. own  
6. A. see  
B. born  
B. recognize  
B. own‟s  
B. find  
C. grow  
C. realize  
C. self  
C. bite  
C. from  
D. develop  
D. learn  
D. self‟s  
D. hold  
D. in  
7. A. on  
B. of  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
In the early years of television, educational specialists believed that it would be very useful in  
teaching and learning. Many schools have 
ought television sets, intending to use them effectively to  
improve the quality of education; but actually they are rarely used properly in classrooms. Meanwhile,  
children spending the majority of their out-of-school hours watching TV and their typical school days  
proceed as if television did not exist.  
There are some explanations for the failure of television to get the interest of the teachers.  
Firstly, the schools that purchased television sets have not set aside money for equipment repairs and  
maintenance so these television sets are sooner and later out of work. Secondly these schools have not  
found an effective way to train teachers to integrate television into their ongoing instructional  
programs. Lastly, most teachers do not regard the quality of television and its usefulness in the  
classroom.  
Teachers at the schools work hard for at least twelve years to train their students to become  
good readers. However, according a recent statistics, teenagers seldom spend their free time reading  
books and newspapers but watching television instead.  
2
8. The text is about:  
A. the use of television at schools.  
B. teaching and learning television  
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C. educational specialists.  
D. watching TV outside school.  
2
9. When TV first appeared, educational specialists . . . . . . . .  
A. did not appreciate it.  
B. did not appreciate it.  
C. believed it would be useful for schooling.  
D.banned children from watching TV.  
3
0. According to the text, TV . . . . . . . . .  
A. has not been used properly in classrooms.  
C. has not existed in classrooms.  
B. has been used effectively in classrooms.  
D. has not attracted students‟ interest.  
3
1. There are..explanations for the failure of television to get the interest of the teachers.  
A. two B. three C. four D. five  
2. Children spend their free time . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
A. reading books  
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B. reading newspapers.  
D. watching TV.  
C. learning foreign languages  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3
3
3
3. I am so
y, I don‟t understand the instructions on the packet.=>I wish……………….  
4. They gave Martha a lot of presents on her birthday.=>A lot of presents……………………………  
5. 'Let's play football this afternoon," Peter said to me.=>Peter  
suggested………………………………………  
3
6. The woman comes from Manchester. My teacher is talking with her over there.  
The woman with………………………………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentences including the  
WORD given  
3
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3
.
3
.
4
.
7. Thankfully, Diana doesn't need to have an operation.  
..........................................................................................................................................  
8. The minister had to resign because of ill health. LED  
...........................................................................................................................................  
9.You will benefit from seeing the doctor if you've just got a cold. WORTH  
...........................................................................................................................................  
0.I'm seeing the nutritionist at three tomo
ow. APPOITMENT  
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NO  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 6  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. ho
y  
. A. flood  
B. honest  
B. typhoon  
C. humor  
C. groom  
D. hole  
D. balloon  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
.
.
A. economic  
A. reputation  
B. volcanic  
B. description  
C. disappointed  
C. suggestion  
D. scientific  
D. pollution  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
.I tried to do everything to contact John two weeks ago but so far I don‟t receive his reply.  
A
B
C
D
. That‟s the girl whose 
other sit next to me at school.  
A
B
C
D
. The letter was sent by special delivery must be important.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. She did all the work ………….. her own.  
a. by b. on  
. His eyes were ……. bad that he couldn‟t read the number plate of the car in front.  
a. such b. too c. so d. very  
0. The police have warned tourists to look ……….. for pickpockets in the town center.  
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9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
c. for  
d. with  
a. up  
1. They looked very ……………. when they came to see us last night.  
a. cheer b. cheerful c. cheerfully  
2. “What‟s Mai doing?” “ I‟m not sure. She ………….. her homework.”  
a. might do b. may be doing c.must be doing  
3. It took us quite a long time to get here. It was …………. journey.  
a. three hour b. a three-hours c. a three-hour  
4. I asked two people the way to the station but ………….. of them knew.  
a. none b. either c. both  
5. They have to take that English course, …………. they?  
a. haven‟t b. mustn‟t c. needn‟t  
6. I had to wear ………….. uniform when I worked in the hotel.  
a. a b. some c. any  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. - Kim: "Why don't we set up an English speaking club for our class?"  
An:"________"  
b. down  
c. forward  
d. out  
d. cheered  
d. must do  
d. three hours  
d. neither  
d. don‟t  
d. an  
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A. That's a good idea.  
C. It is an international language.  
B. As it may improve my English.  
D. At least 30 of us.  
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8. - Bill: "What a lovely skirt you have!" - Ann: "____"  
A. That's right, I am. B. Why not? Yes, let's.  
C. You are welcome. D. It's very nice of you to say so.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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1
9. Since the death of Laura's father, her mother has become a
eadwinner to support the family.  
A. a person who bakes
ead every morning  
B. a person who goes out to work to earn money  
C. a bakery-owner  
D. a person who delivers
ead to make money  
2
0. We do not whistle or clap our hands to get the person‟s attention. That is considered  
impolite and even rule.  
A. offensive  
B. polite  
C. informal  
D. te
ific  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. She is always diplomatic when she deals with angry students.  
A. strict B. outspoken C. firm  
2We ought to keep these proposals secret from the chairman for the time being.  
D. tactful  
2
A. revealed  
C. accessible  
B. frequented  
D. lively  
Read the following passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
The language of clothes.  
We don‟t only choose clothes to make us look (1) ………., we also use them to tell the world about  
our personality. The clothes we wear and our (3) ……..as a whole give other people useful information  
about what we think and how we feel. If we feel cheerful, we usually wear colorful clothes and if we  
feel (6) …………we sometimes put on dark clothes. But why do teenagers wear black so frequently?  
Is it because they feel miserable all the time ? This is unlikely to be the case. It is probably just because  
it is (9) ………to wear black, and young people they are real fans of (10) ……….  
2
2
2
2
2
3. a. attract  
4. a. appear  
5. a. depress  
6. a. fashion  
7. a. fashion  
b. attractive  
b. appearance  
b. depressed  
b. fashioner  
b. fashionable  
c. attractively  
c. appeared  
c. depressing  
c. fashionable  
c. fashioner  
d. attraction  
d. appearing  
d. depression  
d. fashioned  
d. fashioned  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
In the early years of television, educational specialists believed that it would be very useful in  
teaching and learning. Many schools have 
ought television sets, intending to use them effectively to  
improve the quality of education; but actually they are rarely used properly in classrooms. Meanwhile,  
children spending the majority of their out-of-school hours watching TV and their typical school days  
proceed as if television did not exist.  
There are some explanations for the failure of television to get the interest of the teachers.  
Firstly, the schools that purchased television sets have not set aside money for equipment repairs and  
maintenance so these television sets are sooner and later out of work. Secondly these schools have not  
found an effective way to train teachers to integrate television into their ongoing instructional  
programs. Lastly, most teachers do not regard the quality of television and its usefulness in the  
classroom.  
Teachers at the schools work hard for at least twelve years to train their students to become  
good readers. However, according a recent statistics, teenagers seldom spend their free time reading  
books and newspapers but watching television instead.  
2
8. The text is about:  
A. the use of television at schools.  
C. educational specialists.  
B. teaching and learning television  
D. watching TV outside school.  
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9. When TV first appeared, educational specialists . . . . . . . .  
A. did not appreciate it. B. did not appreciate it.  
C. believed it would be useful for schooling. D.banned children from watching TV.  
0. According to the text, TV . . . . . . . . .  
A. has not been used properly in classrooms.B. has been used effectively in classrooms.  
C. has not existed in classrooms. D. has not attracted students‟ interest.  
1. There are..explanations for the failure of television to get the interest of the teachers.  
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3
A. two  
2. Children spend their free time . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
A. reading books  
B. three  
C. four  
D. five  
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B. reading newspapers.  
C. learning foreign languages  
D. watching TV.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3
3
3
3
3. I am so
y, I don‟t understand the instructions on the packet.  
I wish …………………………………………………………….  
4. They gave Martha a lot of presents on her birthday.  
A lot of presents. …………………………………………………  
5. 'Let's play football this afternoon," Peter said to me.  
Peter suggested…………………………………………………  
6. The woman comes from Manchester. My teacher is talking with her over there.  
The woman with………………………………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentences including the  
WORD given  
3
.
3
.
3
.
4
.
7. Thankfully, Diana doesn't need to have an operation.  
..........................................................................................................................................  
8. The minister had to resign because of ill health. LED  
...........................................................................................................................................  
9.You will benefit from seeing the doctor if you've just got a cold. WORTH  
...........................................................................................................................................  
0.I'm seeing the nutritionist at three tomo
ow. APPOITMENT  
........................................................................................................................................  
NO  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 7  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. books  
. A. tidal  
B. cats  
B. gift  
C. maps  
C. bill  
D. dogs  
D. public  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. century  
.A. contain  
B. conclusion  
B. achieve  
C. available  
C. improve  
D. ambition  
D. visit  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. My mother told me to watch the milk and don't let it boil over.  
5
A. told  
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A. for the job  
B. to watch  
C. don't let  
. You had better learn English before apply for the job.  
C. apply  
D. over  
B, learn  
D. had better  
D. unhappy  
7
. Mrs. Young felt unhappy because her son got a good mark in Math.  
A. got B. mark C. in  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. I want to have my suit …… . I‟m going to a wedding on Saturday.  
A. cleaned B. cleaning C. clean  
. He was made _________ for two hours.  
A. to wait B. wait C. waiting  
0. We a
ived …… to have some coffee before class.  
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D. to clean  
D. waited  
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A. enough early  
B. early enough  
C. too early  
D. early too  
1
1. Do you know _________ ?  
A. who how many people go on Sundays to church  
B. who go to church on Sundays how many people  
C. how many people who go on Sundays to church  
D. how many people who go to church on Sundays  
1
2. We watch the cat ________ the tree.  
A. climbed B. climb  
C. had climbed  
D. was climbing  
1
3. If we had known your new address, we ________ to see you.  
A. came B. will come C. would come  
4. He looked forward to ________ his first pay packet.  
D. would have come  
1
A. receive  
1
A. have  
B. have received  
5. It took weeks to get used to …… someone else around.  
B. having  
C. be receiving  
D. Receiving  
C. had  
D. has  
1
6…… he comes in half an hour, I shall go alone.  
A. If B. Unless  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
C. Because  
D. When  
1
7. Man: “Can I help you with your luggage. Madam?"  
Woman: “……………”  
A. Oh, thank you  
C. It must be boring. I'm afraid  
B. Oh, you're night.  
D. Poor you!  
1
8. Stranger: “Excuse me, where‟s the nearest post office?”  
Mr. Johnson: “……………”  
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A. You can see in your dictionary. B. It‟s over there. Next to the cinema.  
C. Take a taxi, please. D. By bus.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Did your son pass the university entrance examination?  
A. make up  
B. get along  
C. go up  
D. get through  
2
0. The police are looking into the murder.  
A. redoing  
B. investigating  
C. doing  
D. ignoring  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. I want you to ca
y on with the project while I am out of town.  
A.
ing B. end C. abandon  
2. I felt let down when I didn't receive a birthday card from my sister.  
D. stop  
2
A. happy  
B. interested  
C. disappointed  
D. bored  
Read the following text carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Dear Rob,  
How are you? What have you been up to? So
y I haven't written to you (33)  
ages, but  
I've been really busy recently with end-of-term exams. You know what it's like! I've also been  
rehearsing for the Christmas show, which starts next week.  
Guess what I'm in hospital. Don't panic. I'm not seriously ill. I tell off (34) ____________, I was  
playing tennis and
oke my arm. Anyway, I'm only in for a day or two. Luckily my injury won't stop  
me (35) ____________ in the show.  
The family is all fine. Mom's been working really (36) ____________ She doesn't get home to  
late. Dad's bought a new car-well. I say "new", but actually it's about ten years old. Christ has got a  
new computer and spends (37)____________ of the time playing computer games.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A from  
4. A. how  
5. A sing  
6. A. quickly  
7: A. almost  
B. at  
B. when  
C. for  
D. since  
C. where  
C. to sing  
C. hard  
D. what  
D. singing  
B. sang  
B. badly  
B. number  
D. fast  
C. a lots  
D. most  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
The country is more beautiful than a town and pleasanter to live in. Many people think so and  
go to the country for the summer holidays though they can not live there all the year round. Some have  
a cottage built in a village so that they can go there whenever they can find the time.Almost every  
village has a church, the round or square tower of which can be seen from many miles around.  
Su
ounding the church is the churchyard where people are buried.  
The Village green is a wide stretch of grass, and houses or cottages are built round it. Country  
life is now fairly comfortable and many villages have the water
ought through pipes into house.  
Most villages are so close to some small towns that people can go there to buy what they can't  
find in the village shops.  
2
8. What can be easily seen in most villages?  
A. a church B. a tower  
9. Which of the following statements is NOT true?  
C. a shop  
D. a cottage  
2
A. Many villagers now have water inside their homes.  
B. People are buried near the village church.  
C. Many English people prefer living in the country.  
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D. People can buy anything from the village shops.  
0. What does the word “it” refer to?  
A. grass B. a cottage  
1. When do people often spend holidays in the country?  
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C. a house  
D. the village green  
D. in winter  
3
A. in summer  
B. in spring C. in autumn  
3
2. What is the best title for the passage?  
A. The English countryside  
C. Things in an English village  
II. Writing  
B. Advantages of country life  
D. Summer holidays in England  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
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3
3. My sister started learning English 5 years ago.-> My sister has  
.................................................................  
4. My cousin often visited me when he lived in Hanoi.-> My cousin used  
....................................................  
5. “Do you go to school on Sunday?” my friend asked.-> My friend asked  
....................................................  
6. They built a supermarket near the airport last year.-> A supermarket  
...........................................................  
.
.
.
.
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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3

3

4

7. It's possible Karen didn't hear her name being called. (might)  
Karen .…………………………………… ……………… her name being called.  
8. “Don‟t forget to lock the house when you go out, William,” his mother said. (reminded)  
William‟s mother …………………………………………… when he went out.  
9. Nobody expected her to lose, but she did. (against)  
Against .……………………………………… …………………….. she lost  
0. Promise to look after it and you can bo
ow my tennis racquet. (long)  
You can bo
ow my tennis racquet, ……………………………. to look after it.  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 8  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. opened  
. A. laughter  
B. closed  
B. sightseeing  
C. contained  
C. daughter  
D. finished  
D. fight  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. businessman  
. A. dangerous  
B. secretary  
B. opposite  
C. secondary  
C. interested  
D. artificial  
D. um
ella  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. They asked a lot of questions, checked their figures, and came up with a best solution. A  
5
B
C
D
6
. Jane, accompanied by her classmates, are taking part in an English speaking contest  
A
B
C
D
7
. This telephone isn‟t as cheap the other one, but it works much better.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
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9
1
1
1
1
1
. The camera……….. Sarah bought yesterday was made in Japan.  
A. who  
. If I knew how to repair the machine, I ………….you.  
A. would help B. will help C. help  
B. which  
C. where  
D. Who  
D. helped  
0. 'Well, your sister has never cooked well,…………?” Aunt Alice asked me.  
A. hasn't she B. has she C. doesn't she D. Does she  
1.The church near our school…………. in the 16 century.  
A. was built B. was building C. built  
2.The farewell party ended …………… 11.30 p.m. We were all tired but very happy.  
A. in B.on C. at D. Of  
3.Cathy got up early. …………….. , she did not catch the train.  
A. Therefore B. However C. Although D. So  
4. …………. is a festival which is cele
ated in late March or early April in Israel and by all Jewish  
th  
D. builds  
people.  
A. Christmas  
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B. Passover  
C. Easter  
D. Thanksgiving  
5. If you want to take a space trip, you must be in excellent ……………. condition.  
D. encourage  
A. physics  
6. I suggest that we should ______ people from catching fish by using electricity.  
A. let B. relate C. prohibit  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
B. physically  
C. physical  
D. Physic  
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7. Laura: “Would you mind closing the window, Ben? It‟s getting cold.”  
Ben: “……………….”  
A. No, of course not. B. Yes, I would  
8. Alice is talking to Mary about their plan of the weekend.  
Alice: "How about visiting the church this weekend?" Mary: "......"  
A. Well done B. Not at all C. That's a good idea  
C. Thanks. It‟s really encouraging D. Sure  
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D. No, thanks  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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1
9. I'm so
y. I didn't mean to inte
upt you. Please, go on and finish what you were saying.  
A. talk B. quit C. continue D. stop  
0. They decided to postpone their journey till the end of the month because of the epidemic.  
A. take up B. turn round C. put off D. do with  
2
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. My father gave up smoking two years ago.  
A. liked B. continued  
2. I want you to ca
y on with the project while I am out of town.  
C. stopped  
D. enjoyed  
2
A.
ing  
B. end  
C. abandon  
D. stop  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
LEARNING HOW TO LEARN  
There is usually ope important subject missing from most school timetables. Very few students  
are (23)________ how to organize their learning and how to make the best use of their time. Let's take  
some simple examples. Do you know how to (24)________ up words in a dictionary, and do you  
understand all of the (25)________ the dictionary contains? Can you take notes quickly and can you  
understand them alter ? For some reasons, many schools give learners no (26)________ with these  
matters. Teachers ask students to memorize pages from books, but doo't explain how to do it. Learning  
by heart can be useful but it is important to have a genuine understanding of a subject. You can  
(27)________ a lot of time memorizing books, without understanding anything about the subject.  
2
2
2
2
2
3: A learnt  
4: A. find  
5: A. themes  
6: A. help  
7: A. tell  
B. educated  
B. research  
B. subjects  
B. instruction  
B. pass  
C. taught  
C. look  
C. advice  
C.teaching  
C. waste  
D. graduated  
D. get  
D. information  
D. ability  
D. want  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
English is my mother tongue. Besides, I can speak French and Spanish. I studied the two languages  
when I was at high school. Now, I am still learning Spanish at the University, As for me mastering a  
foreign language is not easy. After studying a language, practice is very necessary and useful.  
Travelling to the country where the target language is spoken is very helpful, but if you carinot speak  
the language well enough you will certainly have troubles. I also frequently go to the movies, watch  
television, listen to the radio in the language I am trying to learn. Reading is another good way to  
learn, Books are good, but I personally think newspapers and magazines are better. However, getting  
some knowledge of the language is the most important thing. Grammar and vocabulary should be  
mastered first.  
2
8. How many languages can the writer speak?  
A. 1 B. 2  
9. The writer has learnt Spanish ____________  
C. 3  
C. at university  
D.4  
2
A. in Spain  
B. at high school  
D. B and C  
3
0. Travelling may cause troubles if__________  
A. you cannot speak the language well enough.  
B. you can speak the language well enough  
C. you can speak the language badly enough  
D. you can communicate in the target language.  
3
1. Some useful ways to practice your target language are______  
A. listening to the radio and watching TV in the language.  
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B. reading books in the language.  
C. seeing films in the language.  
D.all are co
ect.  
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2. The most important thing is_____________  
A. mastering grammar and vocabulary  
C. practicing speaking  
II. Writing  
B. getting some knowledge of the language  
D. reading books and newspapers  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
3
3
3. "Let's organize a sponsored cycling race.=> The children suggested.............................  
4. He is extremely rich but very mean.=> In spite.......................................................  
5. You'd better not touch that switch=> If I...............................................................  
6. I'd rather you didn't smoke here. => Would you mind........................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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_
3
_
3
_
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_
7. Mary speaks English better than her sister. (AS)  
______________________________  
8. Although Peter tried hard, he couldn't start his car. (MATTER)  
_____________________________  
9. It was such a cold day that we stayed indoors. (SO)  
________________________________  
0. We are noticing a rise in the cost of living again. (APPEARS)  
_________________________________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 9  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. junior  
. A. recite  
B. humour  
B. refund  
C. stew  
C. reconcile  
D. purify  
D. reproduce  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. relax  
. A. permanent  
B. recognize  
B. power  
C. realize  
C. permission  
D. relatively  
D. carpet  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. These televisions are quite popular in Europe, but those ones are not.  
A
B
C
D
. Nora hardly never misses an opportunity to play in the tennis tournaments.  
A
B
C
D
. Many people believe that New York is the most great city in America.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
8
. You should pay ………….to what the instructor is saying.  
B. intention C. convention  
A. attendance  
D. attention  
9
. Hung……………….go fishing with his uncle when he lived in the countryside.  
A. used to  
1
A. am  
B. is used to  
C has used to  
0. If I ……………..you, I'd take some rest before the game tomo
ow  
C. were  
D. who used to  
D. would be  
D. you haven't  
D. might  
B. could be  
1
1. You have never been to Ha Long Bay,…………..?  
A. have you  
B. haven't you  
C. you have  
2. If only I……………… play the guitar as well as you.  
C. could  
1
A. would  
B. shall  
1
3. There's no need to be nervous. You're quite capable……………. your final exam.  
A. of passing  
B. passing  
C. to pass  
D. pass  
1
4. As she a
ived at the theatre, she remembered that she………to meet a friend somewhere else  
A. promised  
B. had promised  
C. has promised  
D. promised  
1
5. If you have finished the test, you……………the room  
A. would B. may leave  
6. I wish you……………… me how to do this exercise  
C. may be leaving  
C. could help  
D. could leave  
D. should help  
1
A. can help  
B. will help  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
1
7. Hai Anh: “_______”  
Minh Phuong: “Why not?”  
A. You should cook the meal now B. How about cooking the meal now?  
C. Have you cooked the meal?  
8. _Sue: “Thank you very much for your donation.”  
A. Yes, do it now  
D. We‟d better be cooking the meal.  
_Peter: “______”  
B. Sure, I‟ll do it  
D. It‟s my pleasure  
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C. Not a chance  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
5




1
9. The bomb exploded in the garage; fortunately no one hurt.  
A. put on  
2
A. go along  
B. went off  
C. got out  
0. What may happen if John will not a
ive in time?  
C. put on  
D. kept up  
D. turn up  
B. go out  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Because Jack defaulted on his loan, the bank took him to court.  
A. failed to pay  
B. paid in full  
C. had a bad personality  
D. was paid much money  
2
2. Did your son pass the university entrance examination?  
A. make up  
B. get along  
C. go up  
D. fail  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Computers are helpful (14).....many ways. First, they are fast. They can work with information  
(15).....more quickly than a person. Second, computers can work with a lot of information at the same  
time. Third, they can keep information for a long time. They do not forget things that the common  
people do. Moreover, computers are (18)......always co
ect. They are not perfect, but they usually do  
not (19).......mistakes.  
Recently. it is important to know about computers. There are a number of things to learn. Some  
companies have classes (20)......work. In addition, most universities offer day and night courses in  
Computer Science. Another way to learn is from a book, or from a friend. Within a few hours of  
practice, you can work with computers. You may not be an expert, but you can have fun.  
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2
2
2
2
3. A. in  
B. by  
C. through  
C. whole  
D. oil  
D. entirely  
4. A. hardly B. even  
5. A. most  
6. A. do  
B. mostly  
B. take  
B. in  
C. almost  
C. make  
C. for  
D. hardly  
D.have  
7. A. at  
D. with  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
One of the most urgent environmental problems in the world today is the shortage of clean  
water. Having clean drinking water is a basic human right. However, acid rain, industrial pollution and  
ga
age have made many sources of water undrinkable. Lakes, reservoirs and even entire seas have  
become vast pools of poison. Lake Baikal in Russia is one of the largest lakes in the world. It contains  
a rich variety of animals and plants, including 1,300 rare species that do not exist anywhere else in the  
world. Yet, they are being destroyed by the massive volumes of industrial effluent which pour into the  
lake every day. Even though laws have been made, the government do not have the power to enforce  
them. Most industries simply ignore the regulations. The Medite
anean Sea occupies 1% of the  
world's water surface, but it is the dumping ground for 50% of all marine pollution. Almost 16  
countries regularly throw industrial wastes a few miles off shore.  
Water is free to everyone. A few years ago people thought that the supply of clean water in the  
world was limitless. Today, many water supplies have been ruined by pollution and sewage. Clean  
water is now scarce, and we are at last beginning to respect this precious source. We should do  
something now.  
2
8: According to the writer, one environmental problem in the world today is ________  
A. safe water shortage  
C. industrial pollution  
B. pools of poison  
D. population explosion  
2
9: What is the serious problem of Lake Baikal in Russia?  
A. It has 1,300 rare species that do not exist anywhere else in the world.  
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B. It is one of the largest lakes that contains a variety of animals and plants.  
C. It is polluted by massive volumes of industrial wastes discharged into it.  
D. It is the only lake in Russia whose source of water is not drinkable.  
3
0: What does the word "them" in the passage refer to?  
A. laws B. the government C. animals  
D. plants  
3
1: How many countries throw industrial wastes into the Medite
anean Sea regularly  
A. nearly 16  
B. exactly 16  
C. over 16  
D. more than 16  
3
2: What is the message to the readers?  
A. We should take action to protect our water sources.  
B. We should take all water sources into account.  
C. We should limit the use of water sources.  
D. We should encourage people to use safe water.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. “I wouldn‟t go swimming on a day like that if I were you”, Brain said to Tom.  
> Brain advised..………………………………………………………………………  
4. I don‟t have a car.  
> I wish…..………………………………………………  
5. Don‟t tell anyone if we let you into the secret.  
> Don‟t tell anyone if you...………………………………  
6. He used to work harder, didn‟t he?  
> Did he…...……………………………………………….  
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3
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3
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Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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3
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3
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4
7. I wish I could do a hundred press-ups in one go.  
...............................................................................................................................  
8. Do you think I should reduce the amount of chocolate I eat.  
..........................................................................................................................  
9. I lost my keys once before this month.  
.............................................................................................................................  
0. It's a waste of time denying that you did it when we've got proof.  
(ABLE )  
(ON)  
(SECOND)  
(POINT)  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 10  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
. A. occasion  
B. collection  
B. ethnic  
C. opinion  
C. weather  
D. pagoda  
D. health  
2
. A. earthquake  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. appliance  
. A. favorite  
B. activity  
B. government  
C. adventure  
C. influence  
D. average  
D. identify  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. It is ten years since we have said goodbye to them.  
A. is B. have said C. since  
. Miss Hoa stopped to type the letter when she saw me coming.  
A. type B. the C. me D. coming  
. Happiness is a most important thing in my life.  
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D. to  
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A. a  
B. in  
C. thing  
D. my  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. I wish I......a bit taller now so I can apply for a job.  
A. am B. will be C. were  
. Paul Mauriat plays the piano. He is a......  
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D. had been  
C. musically D. musician  
D. has invented  
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A. music  
B. musical  
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0. The electric light bulb......by Edison in 1879.  
A. invented B. is invented C. was invented  
1. She'll be coming tonight. ......I don't know exactly when.  
A. although B. because C. unless  
2. We stopped......bought some fruit.  
A. and B. but C. or  
3. I am very interested......mathematics.  
A. at B. about  
4. The people......called yesterday want to buy the house.  
A. what B. whose C. whom  
5. We are glad...... .  
1
D. when  
D. so  
1
1
C. in  
D. on  
1
D. who  
1
A. you gain the scholarship  
C. that you to gain the scholarship  
B. that you gain the scholarship  
D. to that you gain the scholarship  
1
6. I......for them even if they......me twice my cu
ent salary.  
A. will work - pay  
C. work - will pay  
B. wouldn't work - pay  
D. wouldn't work - paid  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7: What do you think of the newly discovered cave? -  
1
A. Never mind  
C. Oh, fantastic  
B. By the way  
D. That's right  
1
8. "Hi, Anna You are going to the park. Can I come too?  
A. I see  
C. Oh, I understand  
B. Of course you can  
D. Well-done  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
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CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
9. It took me a very long time to recover from the shock of her death.  
1
A. turn off  
2
A. calls  
B. take on  
C. get over  
0. Frank never turns up on time for a meeting.  
C. reports  
D. keep up with  
B. a
ives  
D. prepares  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. He looks healthy enough.  
A. sick B. strong  
2. I study many subjects such as Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Vietnamese Literature, History,  
C. ugly  
D. slim  
2
Geography etc.  
A. learn  
B. teach  
C. see  
D. review  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Today, there (23) ……….a TV set in nearly every home. People watch TV every day.  
Americans watch television about 35 hours a week. However, is television good (24) ………..bad for  
you? People have different answers to this question. Some say that there is a lot of violence on TV  
today, the programs are te
ible and people do not get any exercise (25) …………they only sit and  
watch TV. others (26) …………. that TV programs
ing news from ail over the world and help you  
leam many useful things. Thanks to TV people learn about life (27) …………other countries, and it  
helps people relax after a long hard working day.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. are  
4. A. or  
5. A. though  
6. A. talk  
7. A. at  
B. Is  
B. but  
B. despite  
B. think  
B. on  
C. was  
C. and  
C. because D. so  
C. ask  
C. in  
D. be  
D. so  
D.Tell  
D. of  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
During the teenage years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to .They often  
seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling to talk about their work in school. This is  
a normal development at this age , though it can be very hard for parents to understand. It is part of  
becoming independent of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still growing up . Young people  
are usually more willing to talk if they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not  
because people are trying to check up on them .  
Parents should do their best to talk to their sons and daughters about school work and future  
plant but should not push them to talk if they don't want to . Parents should also watch for the danger  
signs: some young people in trying to be adult may experiment with sex, drugs, alcohol, or smoking.  
Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behaviour which may be connected with these and get  
help if necessary.  
2
8.This passage is taken from a…  
A. handbook for parents  
C. teenage magazine.  
B. school timetable  
C. book for children  
2
9. Why do adults sometimes find teenagers difficult to talk to…..  
A. because most teenagers are quiet  
B. because teenagers don't want to talk to other people.  
C. because teenagers think adults are not honest  
D. because most teenagers hate adults.  
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0. When can you expect young people to be more talkative than usual.  
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A. When people talk to them because they are really interested and not just checking on them.  
B. When adults give them a lot money to spend.  
C. When adults talk to them about something other than their work in school.  
D. When adults talk to them about sex, alcohol and drugs.  
3
1. Some teenagers experiment with drinking bad smoking because  
A. cigarettes and alcohol are available everywhere.  
B. cigarettes and alcohol are cheap  
C. women like smoking and drinking men  
D. they regard them as a mark of adulthood  
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2. The word BEHAVIOUR in the passage most nearly means  
A. feeling  
B. manners  
C. activities  
D. reaction.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. Have they ever been to the Philippines?  
> They…………………………………………………………………………………?  
4. “We are learning English at this moment.” Nam said.  
> Nam said………………………………………………………………………….  
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5. As it doesn t rain in winter, people in this area lack water.  

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> It doesn t……………………………………………………………………………  
6. We must answer this letter immediately.  
> This letter……………………………………………..…………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7. I haven‟t decided whether to move or not yet. (made)  
I haven‟t …………………………………………….………to move or not yet.  
8. “You can go home early”, the teacher said to the class. (let)  
The teacher ………………………………………………………… early.  
9. The boss said that it was Jane‟s fault that the letter had been lost. (blamed)  
The boss ……………………………………………..……… the letter.  
0. Our two sons have a good relationship with each other. (get)  
Our two sons ………………………………………….……………….. each other  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 11  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. paper  
. A. official  
B. receipt  
B. ocean  
C. complain  
C. convenient  
D. envelop  
D. precious  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. secretary  
. A. ambitious  
B. necessary  
B. dangerous  
C. classify  
C. mysterious  
D. vocabulary  
D. intelligent  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
6
7
. Both cattle or railroads helped build the city of Chicago.  
A
B
C
D
. Mrs. Adams was surprise that her son and his friend had gone to the mountains to ski.  
A
B
C
D
. The letter was sent by special delivery must be important.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. It is important today that students should learn one or two  
A. a
oad B. overseas  
. Last week, we spent an  
A. enjoy  
0. Scientists now can predict a volcanic ……………  
A. eruption B. erupt C. erupts  
1. The boy is wearing the white shirt is my new classmate.  
A. who he  
2. The children enjoy  
A. riding  
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languages.  
C. mother  
day at my uncle's farm.  
C. enjoyed  
D. foreign  
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B. enjoyable  
D. enjoys  
1
D. erupted  
D. which  
1
B. that he  
B. rode  
C. who  
the buffaloes on the field.  
C. ride  
1
D. rides  
1
3. Jeans have never been out of fashion  
people began to wear them in 1960s.  
A. So  
4. My mother asked me why  
A. I was  
5. The local police are still  
A. giving up  
6. If Daniel  
A. passes  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7: Mr. West Hello. Can I help you? - Emma  
A. I know it's difficult to remember B. Yes, It's on Saturday  
C. Oh no, It's too expensive D. Yes, please I'm looking for a book  
8. -Tom: "It's a lovely day. Shall we go for a walk?"  
Mike: __________  
B. and  
C. although  
D. or  
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so tired.  
B. was I  
C. am I  
missing villagers after the storm.  
B. looking for C. turning on  
his exam, he will cele
ate with his friends.  
B. pass C. passed D. will pass  
D. I am  
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D. going on  
1
1
1
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A. You're welcome.  
C. You're right.  
B. All right.  
D. Enjoy yourself.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. He resembles his father in many ways.  
A. turns off B. takes on  
C. goes over D. takes after  
0. We‟ll buy you a cat, but you must promise to take care of it properly.  
C. take after D. look after  
2
A. put on  
B. go off  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. I‟m interested in teaching profession because I love working with children.  
A. unconcerned B. wo
ied C. unhappy  
2. We live in a small flat above the corner shop in Tay Son Street.  
A. huge B. immense C. titanic  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
D. bored  
D. big  
2
Today our (23) __________ of food and what it does for our bodies is far more advanced than that  
of the ancient. Now we know (24) __________ vitamins and how each kind of vitamins helps in the  
growth of a particular part of our bodies. There are on the market all kinds of vitamin pills one can take  
to make up for one's lack of certain important things (25) __________ are needed for normal health.  
Of course, if we eat well and properly, the food that we eat will take care of our bodies without these  
pills. Just take vitamin pills if our doctor tells us that our bodies are short of something that (26)  
_
_________ by them. Generally speaking, everything that we eat does some good to our bodies, but if  
we eat too much of one kind of food and pay no (27) __________ to others, we may have too much of  
one kind of chemical substance and not enough of others. Then, we may be in trouble. Therefore the  
best advice about what to eat is that we should eat all kinds of food but never too much.  
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2
2
2
2
3. A. knowledge  
4. A. in  
5. A. who  
6. A. can supply  
7. A. attraction  
B. know  
B. for  
B. which  
B. supply C. can be supplied  
B. action C. vision  
C. knowledgeable  
D. knowledgeably  
D. on  
D. whose  
D. supplied  
D. attention  
C. about  
C. whom  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Over the past 600 years, English has grown from a language of few speakers to become the  
dominant language of international communication. English as we know it today emerged around  
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350, after having incorporated many elements of French that were introduced following the Norman  
invasion of 1066. Until the 1600s, English was, for the most part, spoken only in England and had not  
extended even as far as two centuries, English began to spread around the globe as a result of  
exploration, trade (including slave trade), colonization, and missionary work. Thus, small enclaves of  
English speakers became established and grew in various parts of the world. As these communities  
proliferated, English gradually became the primary language of international business, banking and  
diplomacy.  
Cu
ently, about 80 percent of the information stored on computer systems worldwide is English.  
Two - thirds of the world‟s science writing is in English, and English is the main language of  
technology, advertising, media, international airports, and air traffic controllers - Today there are more  
than 700 million English users in the world, and over half of these are nonnative speakers, constituting  
the largest number of nonnative users than any other language in the world.  
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1. What is the main topic of this passage?  
A. The French influence on the English Language.  
B. The English history.  
C. The expansion of English as an international language.  
D. The use of English for science and Technology.  
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2. Approximately when did English begin to be used beyond England?  
A. in 1066 B. around 1350 C. before 1600  
3. According to the passage, all of the following contributed to the spread of English around the  
world except.  
D. after 1600  
A. the slave trade  
4. The word “enclaves” in line 6 could be best replaced by which of the following.  
A. communities B. organizations C. regions D. countries  
5. The word “proliferated” in line 7 is closest in meaning to which of the following  
A. prospered B. organized C. disbanded D. expanded  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3: “Turn off the faucets after using". said the mother.  
The mother told ……………………………………….  
4: They have finished their French exercise since yesterday.  
Their French exercise...................................................  
5: I think you should hand in your homework on time  
If I were you, ………………………………………..  
6: No boy in my class is more handsome than Ba.  
B. the Norman invasion C. missionaries  
D. colonization  
5
5
3
3
3
3
Ba is ...............................................................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
3
3
3
4
7. Nga didn‟t go to school. She was ill. (Because)  
>.......................................................................................................................  
8. “I think we should turn on the TV to watch the weather forecast” (suggest + V-ing)  
>……...............................................................................................................  
9. I felt so tired last night. I tried to finish all my homework before going to bed. (However)  
> ……………….. ............................................................................................  
0. Ha wants to get lots of money. She must work harder. (If)  
> ……...............................................................................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 12  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. climate  
. A. nuclear  
B. pipe  
B. tunic  
C. trick  
C. humour  
D. tidal  
D. pollute  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. yesterday  
. A. river  
B. applicant  
B. result  
C. employment  
C. rewrite  
D. uniform  
D. reuse  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
2. They are planning on attending the convention next month and so I am.  
2
A. planning  
B. attending  
C. next  
D. so I am  
2
3. Today was such beautiful day that I couldn't
ing myself to complete all my chores.  
A. such beautiful  
B. myself  
C. to complete  
D. my chores  
2
4. He has less friends in his classes now than he had last year.  
A. less B. his C. than D. last year  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. Water can‟t.......here.  
A. find B. found  
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C. to find  
D. be found  
9
. Vietnam, .......is in the South-east Asia, exports a lot of rice and coffee beans.  
A. who B. that C. whose D. which  
0. She didn't tell me......she could come or not.  
1
A. whether  
B. if  
C. how  
D. either  
1
1. Do you mind.......me a newspaper on the way home?  
A. buy B. to buy C. buying  
2. He has failed so many times, but he won‟t.......  
A. give away B. give out C. give back D. give up  
3. I am looking forward to.......from you soon, John.  
D. bought  
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1
A. hear  
B. be heard  
C. hearing  
D. heard  
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4. He asked me what.......and how......?  
A. was I doing - I live  
C. I was doing - I lived  
B. am I doing - live  
D. I am doing - I lived  
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5. Why.......spend more time on English pronunciation?  
A. we don't  
B. we shouldn't  
C. don't we  
D. should we not  
1
6. Since the computer......, it has made considerable changes to our daily life.  
A. was invented B. has invented C. invented D. is invented  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Marie and Phil are talking at recess.  
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Phil: "Would you like to go swimming with us?"  
Marie: ".................."  
A. I'd love to, but I don't feel well today  
C. No, I don't like  
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B. It's kind of you  
D. Yes, I'd like  
8. - Lan: "How long does it take you to go to school?"  
B. 30 minutes  
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Hoa: "_________"  
A. by moto
ike  
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C.30 kilometers  
D. to the West of the city  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Do you have to light up another cigarette? I thought you were trying to cut down.  
A. burn  
B. illuminate  
C. save  
C. write  
D. smoke  
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0. I couldn't make out what he had talked about because I was not used to his accent.  
A. stand  
B. understand  
D. inte
upt  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Our neighbors have always been very friendly towards us.  
A. cool B. hot C. warm D. mad  
2. Choose the answer A, B, or C that best suits the meaning of the italicized word(s).  
A. lastly B. late C. worst D. weakly  
2
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
The International Space Station (ISS) is a large spacecraft which was launched in 1998. It  
o
its the Earth and is the place where astronauts live and conduct research in a microgravity (25)…..  
Below is about the day in the life of an astronaut aboard the International Space  
Station.Astronauts sleep in sleeping bags. The microgravity makes them (26)…… . They have to  
attach themselves so they don‟t float about.  
Hair is washed with a “rinseless” shampoo that does not need water. For tooth
ushing, a small  
amount of water is used with toothpaste and then swallowed.  
The crew spend their day doing science experiments. They also ca
y out checks for the  
maintenance of the station. The Mission Control Centre on Earth warns their operations.  
The astronauts eat various foods (29)……fruits, nuts, chicken, beef, seafood,
ownies, salt and  
pepper (in liquid forms), etc. Drinks include coffee, tea, and fruits juice (all packaged). Foods can be  
heated up or kept cool with special machines.  
A popular pastime while o
iting Earth is (30)……looking out of the windows to admire its  
beauty. In their free time, astronauts exercise, watch movies, play music, read books, play cards, and  
talk to their families.  
How are astronauts trained? Anyone can apply to train as an astronaut as long as they have a  
bachelor‟s degree in science, mathematics or engineering, experience as a jet pilot, and are in good  
health If they get accepted, there are several phases of training. The first phase requires them to pass a  
swimming test in a flight suit. They take parabolic flights that produce weightlessness. They also learn  
about various spaceship systems. In the second phase, they are trained to operate spacecraft systems  
and deal with emergencies. The training often (32)……in a water tank laboratory so that trainees  
become familiar with crew activities in simulated microgravity in order to perform spacewalks.  
(Adapted from TiếngAnh 9, p. 52, Giao Duc Publishing House)  
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3. A. environment  
4. A. weight  
5. A. as for  
6. A. simple  
7. A. a
ives at  
B. area  
B. weightless  
B. because of.  
B. simply  
C. sky  
D. society  
D. weighty  
D. in spite of  
D. simpler  
C. overweight  
C. such as  
C. simplicity  
C. takes place  
B. cares for  
D. looks after  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Education in England Every child in England between the age of five and fifteen must attend  
schools. There are three main types of educational institutions, primary (elementary) schools,  
secondary schools, and universities.  
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Like most countries in the world, there are two types of schools in England, independent  
schools (fee-paying schools) and state schools in which students do not have to pay tuition fees. In  
both types, attendance is compulsory. Morning classes begin at nine o dock and last until half past four  
in the afternoon. After classes, most English children often stay at school and take part in  
extracu
icular activities like sports, singing and dancing. Schools are open five days a week. On  
Saturdays and Sundays there are no lessons. There are holidays at Christmas, Easter and in summer. In  
London as in all cities there are two grades of schools for those who will go to work at fifteen: primary  
schools for boys and girls between the ages of five and eleven, and secondary schools for children  
from eleven to fifteen.  
Besides such compulsory lessons as reading, writing, the English language, English literature,  
English history, geography, science, and nature study, children in England can take many optional  
subjects like drawing, painting, singing, or woodwork to develop their aptitudes.  
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8. What does the passage mainly discuss?  
A. Entertainment for children in England  
C. State schools in England  
B. Education in England  
D. Compulsory lessons  
2
9. The writer mentions all of the following types of educational institutions EXCEPT________.  
A. primary schools B. secondary schools C. kindergartens D. high schools  
0. "Sports" is mentioned in the reading passage as  
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A. a compulsory lesson  
C. an optional subject  
B. an extracu
icular activity  
D. a bad subject  
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2. Which types of schools do 14-year-old children often attend?  
A. primary schools B. universities  
C. secondary schools D. high schools  
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2. The word "optional" in paragraph 3 is CLOSEST in meaning to  
A. not required  
II. Writing  
B. not free  
C. unintentional  
D. bad  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
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3. It is thought that the Prime Minister is considering raising taxes.  
The Prime Minister.................................................................  
4. It is the weakness of the foundations that leads to the collapse of the building.  
If...........................................................................................  
5. Could you tell me the time of the last train to London?  
Could you tell me when.......................................................?  
6. He was very so
y that he didn't see Audrey on her trip to London.  
He greatly regretted..............................................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7.They say he is able to swim across this river. (swimming)  
He ……………………………………………………….  
8.They may be there at the meeting, or they may not. (out)  
It is ……………………………………………………….  
9.“Don‟t forget to hand in the paper by the deadline,” said the teacher. (reminder)  
The teacher ………………………………………………  
0.Learning English is becoming more and more popular in our city. (increasingly)  
It has ……………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 13  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. clear  
. A. ho
y  
B. dear  
B. honest  
C. bear  
C. honour  
D. near  
D. hour  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. intermediate  
. A. benefit  
B. documentary  
B. environment  
C. reputation  
C. wonderful  
D. communicate  
D. category  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. Why didn‟t you came to my party last night?  
A. Why B. didn't you C. came  
. Furniture makers use glue to hold joints together and sometimes to reinforce it.  
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D. last night  
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A. to hold  
B. together  
C. sometimes D. it  
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. When did you go last to the theatre?  
A. When  
B. did you  
C. go last  
D. the theatre  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. You should have a dictionary to.....the words that you don‟t know their meanings.  
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A. look for  
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A. although  
B. look up  
C. look into D. look after  
. Mrs. McCarthy lives in a small flat.....having a lot of money in the bank.  
C. despite D. even  
B. in spite  
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0. His car......when he was only half way home.  
A.
oke down  
B. got down C. 
oke over  
D. got over  
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1. ......to the Internet, we can get the latest information around the world.  
A. Together  
B. Apart  
C. In addition  
D. Thanks  
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2. ......., the chess players began the game.  
A. Having taken the seats  
C. Being taken the seats  
B. After we had taken our seats  
D. Taking the seats  
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3. My mother always keeps candles in the room......the lights go out.  
A. unless  
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A. which  
B. if  
C. in case  
4. He works for a car factory.......main office is in Chicago.  
C. that  
D. though  
B. where  
D. of which  
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5. The new shopping plaza is advertised as a place......you can find anything you want to buy.  
A. where  
B. which  
C. from where  
D. that  
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6. The plane was half an hour late. .......I managed to come to the meeting in time.  
A. In spite  
B. Despite  
C. in spite of this  
D. All are co
ect  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. “ When‟s your birthday, Ann?”  
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A. on the thirty-one of July  
C. On July the thirty- one  
B. on the thirty- first of July  
D. in July the thirty- first  
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8. - Mal: "Could you please do me a favor.”  
Hanh: " ____________"  
A. No, thanks  
C. Yes, go ahead.  
B. Sure. What can I do for you?  
B. Yes, please.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
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CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
3. If the world‟s tropical forests continue to disappear at their present rate, many animal species will  
3
be extinct.  
A. die out  
B. die from  
C. die of D. die for  
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4. Didn‟t they notice the “No Camping” sign?  
A. keep up with  
B. catch sign of  
C. take advantage of D. keep track of  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Are they happy with their lives or not? Why?  
A. tired B. disappointed C. sad  
2. Although it‟s a long day for us, we feel we are contented with what we do.  
D. unlucky  
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A. dissatisfied  
B. excited  
C. shocked  
D. interested  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
There are many different ways to improve your reading speaking skills when you study  
another language. It's easy to (31) ______ a mistake when you write a letter or speak for the first time.  
You can get a friend (39)____ speaks the I them on your phone. Then you can play it back at home and  
review Tanguage well and record them on your phone. Then you can play it has label things you use a  
lot, like your book (34) ______backpack. This will help you when you try to translate English words  
(35)__________ your own language in the future.  
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2
2
3. A. be  
4. A. he  
5. A. different  
6. A. when  
7. A. for  
B. get  
C. do  
D. make  
D. she  
D. differences  
D. so  
B. who  
B. differently  
B. or  
C. which  
C. difference  
C. but  
B. with  
C. into  
D. on  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Sydney is Australia's most exciting city. The history of Australia begins here. In 1788 Captain  
Arthur Philips a
ived in Sydney with 11 ships and 1624 passengers from Britain (including 770  
prisoners). Today there are about 3.6 million people in Sydney. It is the biggest city in Australia, the  
busiest port in the South Pacific and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In Sydney, the  
buildings are higher, the colors are
ighter and the nightlife is more exciting. There are over 20  
excellent beaches close to Sydney and its warm climate and cool winter have made it a favorite city for  
immigrants from overseas. There are two things that make Sydney famous: its beautiful ha
or, the  
Sydney Ha
or Bridge, which was built in 1932 and the Sydney Opera House, which was opened in  
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973.  
6. Where does the history of Australia begin?  
A. South Pacific  
B. North Pacific  
C. Britain  
D. Sydney  
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7. Which of the following should be the title of the reading passage?  
A. Sydney's Opera House  
B. The history of Sydney  
C. Sydney's beaches and ha
ors  
D. An introduction of Sydney  
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8. Which of the following statement is NOT true about Sydney?  
A. Sydney is the smallest city in Australia.  
B. Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  
C. Sydney is the most exciting city in Australia.  
D. Sydney is a favorite city for immigrants from overseas.  
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9. How many beaches are there close to Sydney?  
A. Fewer than 20 beaches B. Nearly 20 beaches  
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C. More than 20 beaches  
D. Less than 20 beaches  
C. In 1973 D. In 1624  
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0. When was the Sydney Ha
or Bridge built?  
A. In 1788  
B. In 1932  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. Because Jane was sick, she couldn't come to class.  
> Because of ________________  
4. I have worked for this factory for 5 years.  
> I started ___________________  
5. We like our uniform very much", the students said.  
> The students said ________________  
6. I find his clothes the most i
itating thing about him.  
> What_____________  
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given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7. I haven‟t decided whether to move or not yet.  
……………………………………………………………………………………..  
8. Study hard or you can‟t pass the exam. ( IF )  
………………………………………………………………………………………  
( IN SPITE OF)  
………………………………………………………………………………………  
0.It was a two – hour flight from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city. ( FLY)  
………………………………………………………………………………..  
( MADE)  
9. Although the team played well, they lost.  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 14  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. elementary  
. A. disappointed  
B. engineer  
B. reason  
C. enable  
C. resort  
D. energy  
D. resolution Choose  
the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
.
.
A .happy  
A .fashion  
B. picture  
B. design  
C. obey  
C. campus  
D. careful  
D. gather  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. The majority to the news is about violence and scandal  
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A. The  
B. to the  
C. about  
D. violence  
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. That doctor is visited the patient since 5 p.m.  
A. That  
B. is  
C. the  
D. since  
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. When our vacation, we plan to spend three days scuba diving.  
A. When B. plan C. three days  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. Lan is hungry......she hasn't eaten anything all day.  
D. diving  
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A. because  
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A. put up  
B. if  
C. although  
. They have......a
anch of their business in our town.  
C. set up  
D. so  
B. put in  
D. set in  
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0. He.....English for four years.  
A. has learned B. learned  
1. They are flying to Sacramento, ..... is the capital city of California.  
A. that B. it C. what D. which  
2. Let‟s go dancing, .......?  
A. shall we B. will we  
3. Why don‟t you have your car......?  
A. wash B. washed  
C. learns  
D. learning  
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C. do we  
D. should we  
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C. to wash  
D. washing  
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4. Fifty dollars......too much to pay for that shirt.  
A. are B. is C. were  
5. He used to.......to school by his mother.  
A. take B. took  
6. She asked me.....I was born in Hue.  
D. been  
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C. taking  
C. if  
D. be taken  
1
A. so  
B. as  
D. as if  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. - Peter: “Why don‟t we go for a picnic tomo
ow?” - Jane: “________.”  
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A. Yes, please  
C. That‟s a good idea  
B. You‟re so kind  
D. We don‟t  
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8. : Nam ......... were you late for school yesterday?  
Ha: Because I got up late.  
A. When B. How  
C. What  
D. Why  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST  
in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. I couldn't make out what he had talked about because I was not used to his accent.  
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A. stand  
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A. blowing  
B. understand  
C. write  
D. inte
upt  
0. The firefighters fought the blaze while the crowd was looking on it.  
D. watching  
B. watering  
C. preventing  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Which ones do you think would be difficult for blind and deaf people?  
A. slight B. easy C. light D. soft  
2. Which ones do you think would be difficult for blind and deaf people?  
A. clear B. sharp-sighted C. smooth D. dauntless  
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Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Nowadays people are more aware that wildlife all over the world is in danger. Many species of  
animals are threatened, and could easily become extinct if we do not  
There are many reasons for this. some cases, animals are hunted for their fur or for other valuable  
parts of their bodies. Some birds, such as pa
ots, alive and sold as per For many animals and  
an effort to protect them.  
birds, the problem is that their habitat - the place where they live - disappearing, More land is used for  
farms, for houses or industry, and there are fewer open space than there once were. Farmers use  
powerful chemicals to help them grow better crops,  
these chemicals pollute the environment and  
harm wildlife. The most successful animals on earth human beings - will soon be the only ones left  
unless we can  
this problem  
B. create  
В. То  
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2
2
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3: A. put  
4: A. In  
5: A. are catching  
6: A. and  
7: A. deal  
C make  
C. For D. With  
D. have caught  
D. do  
B. catch  
C. are caught  
C. or  
B. so  
B. make  
D. but  
D. solve  
C. explain  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
HURRICANE WHO?  
Tropical cyclones are called typhoons in Asia and hu
icanes in North an America. These  
forms go around like a wheel turning to the left when they ni northern part of the world. They have  
wind speeds of 60 kph or more. In the United the Tropical Prediction Center in Miami, Florida keeps  
an eye out for hu
icanes.  
When meteorologists detect a hu
icane, they give it a name. They can use ei male or female  
name. Why should tropical cyclones have names? The name makes it easy for people to keep up with  
information about a hu
icane and its possible dangers.  
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO), an international weather group. decides what names  
will be used. The WMO makes lists of names using the English alphabet. Each name on the list starts  
with a different letter. The first hu
icane of the year gets the first name on that year's list. The second  
hu
icane gets the next name. For examples if the first hu
icane is named Abel, the second might be  
named Betty. The name lists do include names beginning with the letters Q, U, X. Y and Z. There  
aren't many names that begin with these letters.  
Asian countries use a different list, which is made up by the WMO's Typhoon Committee. This  
list has a few personal names, but most of the names are of flowers, animals, trees, and other similar  
things.  
(
Reading Challenge 1, Compass Publishing)  
8. The word "detect" in the second paragraph means  
A. invent B. protect  
9. What is the main idea of this passage?  
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C. prevent  
D. discover  
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A. What tropical cyclones can do  
C. Why tropical cyclones are named D. How tropical cyclones are named  
0. Why should tropical cyclones have names?  
B. Who watches for tropical cyclones  
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A. They are traditional.  
B. They sound interesting.  
C. They keep people informed.  
D. They are codes for the WMO.  
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1. Which name would a hu
icane NOT have?  
A. Veronica  
B. William  
C. Rita  
D. Yanni  
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2. In which direction do tropical cyclones go around in the northern part of the planet?  
A. Down  
C. Up  
B. The same direction as a clock  
D. The opposite direction of a clock  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3. They made me wait for the doctor for twenty minutes.  
I....................................................................  
4. The mat! had left before we a
ived at the place.  
By the time....................................................  
5. This is the first time I have eaten this kind of food.  
I haven‟t........................................................  
6. Although he has a small salary, he is happy in his life.  
In spite..........................................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7. Susan regrets not going to the airport to say goodbye to her friend. (WISHES)  
Susan ................................. the airport to say goodbye to her friend.  
8.Despite his age, he‟s still working.  
He still ………………………….…… despite his age.  
9. Despite knowing the area well, I got lost.  
I got lost ………………………………..the area well.  
0. I do not intend to tell you my plans.  
I have.................................................... you my plans.  

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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 15  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice :  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. nets  
. A. king  
B. kicks  
B. know  
C. coughs  
C. knock  
D. scissors  
D. kneel  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. community  
. A. concentrate  
B. architect  
B. emergency C. impression D. expect  
C. simplify  
D. comfortable  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. I asked him whose car he bo
owed the night before.  
A. him B. whose C. bo
owed  
.The next important question we have to decide is when do we have to finish our work.  
A. important B. have to C. is D. do we have to  
. Mrs. Brown, his children couldn't swim, said that there should be more notices warning people.  
A. his children B. swim C. there should be D. warning people  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. Ann is very bad-tempered. How do you.....her?  
A. put up with B. put with C. put up to  
. If I find your book, I …………..you at once.  
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D. the  
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D. putting up with  
D. to phone  
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A. phoned  
B. will phone C. would phone  
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0. Wear a helmet when riding a moto
ike. Helmets are used......our heads.  
A. protect  
B. to protect C. protecting D. protected  
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1. My teacher would rather I......the problem by myself.  
A. solve B. solved C. solving  
2. She doesn't call me as often as she.......  
D. to solve  
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A, was to  
B. get used to C. not used to D. used to  
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3. .....the moon has no water, its surface responds to the gravitational force of the earth.  
A. Therefore B. Except  
C. However  
D. Although  
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4. We first met each other......we were at university.  
A. while  
B. for  
C. until  
D. since  
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5. He would be happy to see you, .......he?  
A. will  
B. would  
C. wouldn‟t  
D. won‟t  
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6. They arc encouraged to participate......sporting activities.  
A. at B. in C. with  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Ann: "Your picture is very nice, Tom! I like it much. - Tom: ........  
D. for  
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A. It's kind of you to say so.  
C. That would be great  
B. That's okay.  
D. You're welcome  
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8. Mary: "______________________?"  
Tom: "Tall and thin with blue eyes".  
A. How is your new English teacher doing?  
B. What does your new English teacher look like?  
C. How does your new English teacher look like?  
D. What do your English teacher‟s eyes look like ?  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. He is trying to stop smoking.  
A. give off B. give up  
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C. give in  
0. The bomb exploded in the garage; fortunately no one hurt.  
C. got out  
D. give away  
A. put on  
B. went off  
D. kept up  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. What time do you go to bed?  
A. go out B. sit down  
2. I don‟t really like getting up early but I have to because I often have lessons at 7.15.  
A. lately B. late C. early D. firstly  
C. leave for  
D. get up  
2
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Electronic games usually consist of software sold in the form of discs and (23)......additional  
equipment to be played. Video and computer games are some popular electronic games. People play  
video games on hardware systems designed for game playing and usually use television sets as a  
viewing screen. People play computer games on a personal computer and view them on the computer's  
monitor.  
Internet games emerged with the popularity of the Internet. By (24).......online, a player can  
participate in (25).......kinds of game activities. In one popular category, known as massively multi  
placer role-playing games, thousands of people can · take part in a game at one time. Each person  
(26).......a different character in a detailed, imaginary' world. The Internet also provides new ways to  
play board games, card games and electronic games. Many websites allow players to find partners and  
opponents and to compete in chess,
idge, and many other traditional games. (27)......video and  
computer games now include an option to play them online, making it possible to play against  
opponents who live in other parts of the world.  
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2
2
2
2
3. A. requiring  
4. A. have gone  
5. A. little  
6. A. to control  
7. A. Most the  
B. require  
B. go  
B. many  
B. control  
B. Most  
C. requires  
C. going  
C. much  
C. controls D. controlling  
C. Almost D. Most of  
D. required  
D. to go  
D. few  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Television and Kids  
Television is very popular and even has some benefits for kids. It helps very young children  
learn the letters of the alphabet, and helps other kids learn about science, cultures, and world events.  
However, researchers show that too much TV is bad for children. For one thing, there is a link  
between watching more than four hours of TV a day and being overweight. For another thing, many  
TV shows are violent and upsetting. Watching these shows may cause kids to be more fearful. And of  
course, more time in front of the TV means less time to study. Too much TV may also be the cause of  
lower grades. Experts do not agree on the solution to these problems. Some say that kids should watch  
only educational programs; others say kids should watch no TV at all. And others suggest teaching  
them to watch TV as occasional entertainment, not as an everyday ho
y.  
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6. What is the passage mainly about?  
A. Benefits of kids' TV shows  
C. Why kids love TV  
B. Effects of television on kids  
D. Why kids shouldn't watch TV  
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7. According to the passage, watching a lot of TV may  
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A. cause weight problems in childrenB. cause children to be more famous  
C. cause children to get better grades D. cause students to study more  
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8. The word "them" in paragraph 3 refers to  
A. programs B. experts  
9. The word "occasional" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to  
C. kids  
D. problems  
D. everyday  
3
A. very often  
B. not very often  
C. always  
4
0. What can be infe
ed from the passage?  
A. TV is always bad for children.  
B. TV is only good for entertainment.  
C. Kids should watch only educational shows.  
D. Television has some benefits along with problems.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3. We couldn't see the paper anywhere.  
The paper.......................................  
4. Remember to check your luggage.  
Don't.............................................  
5. No one could know her reaction to the problem.  
Her reaction..................................  
6. People say that the boy has been saved.  
The boy..........................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7.They think that he worked very hard last year. (THOUGHT)  
________________________________________ very hard last year.  
8. I don't know what I should review first for the coming test. (TO)  
________________________________________ first for the coming test  
9. The book is very interesting. I bought it yesterday. (WHICH)  
________________________________________  
0. They worked all night, but they couldn't finish their reports in time. (ALTHOUGH)  
_____________________________________________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 16  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice :  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. typhoon  
. Λ. collapsed  
B. roof  
C. flood  
C. striped  
D. moon  
D. claimed  
B. hiked  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. tragedy  
. A. receive  
B. tolerant  
B. install  
C. productive  
C. persuade  
D. socialize  
D. cover  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. Energy-saving bulbs should use to save electricity.  
A. Energy-saving B. use C. to save  
. He tried to go to work in spite of he was ill.  
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D. electricity  
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A. tried  
B. to work  
C. in spite of D. was  
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. There were so much beautiful flowers that I couldn‟t decide what to buy.  
A. were B. so much C. decide D. to buy  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. She won‟t get ma
ied until she......25 years old.  
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A. is  
. He.......a letter from her yet.  
A. don't receive B. didn't receive  
0. Linda made me.......her next week.  
B. will be  
C. would be  
D. can be  
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C. hasn't received  
B. to promise to visit  
D. won't receive  
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A. promise to visit  
C. promise visiting  
D. promising visit  
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1. I can't speak English well. I wish I.....English well.  
A. can speak B. could speak C. spoken  
D. had spoken  
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2. I don't know what to do. If my mother.......here now, she would help me.  
A. is  
3. If you had a
ived at the sale early, you......a better selection.  
A. would have found B. found C. had found  
4. I often come back to Hanoi, ......I grew up.  
B. be  
C. will be  
D. were  
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D. would find  
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A. which  
B. what  
C. whose  
D. where  
15. There is a cave in France.......is 1,490 meters deep.  
A. that B. who C. what  
D. it  
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6. .......the solar system may seem big, it is a very small part of the universe.  
A. Despite  
B. Although C. Even though it  
D. Because  
D. find - up  
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7. If you don't know her phone number, ......it......in the directory.  
A. look - up  
B. look - out C. find - at  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Kate: "I thought the film was really boring." Andy: "___"  
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A. If you like  
B. So did I  
C. I'm afraid not  
D. I do too  
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8. Peter: "How often do you go to school?"  
Ha
y:"_______"  
A. I go there early  
C. I don't think so  
B. Everyday except Sunday  
D. I go there by bus  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Never put off until tomo
ow what you can do today.  
A. do  
B. let  
C. delay  
D. leave  
2
0. My father gave up smoking two years ago.  
A. liked  
B. continued  
C. stopped  
D. enjoyed  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. I drink some cups of tea, have a quick 
eakfast and then lead the buffalo to the field.  
A. weak B. strict C. slow D. thin  
2. I leave the house at a quarter past five and a
ive in the field at exactly 5.30.  
A. quickly B. weakly C. successfully D. wrongly  
2
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
It might sound strange to you but these are some important rules. If you want to pass  
examinations, then study grammar ____________(26), if you want to become fluent in English, try to  
learn English without studying too much grammar because that will only ____________(27) you down  
and confuse you.  
You will think about rules when creating sentences ____________ (28) than speaking naturally  
like a native speaker. Some native speakers do not know so many grammatical rules as non-native  
students.  
Everyone can speak at least one language whether they are intelligent or lack some 
ain  
power. This could be achieved by being su
ounded by that language at all times. You may notice that  
there are also some people ____________(29) study a
oad and learn very little. That is because they  
go to an English speaking school, but find friends from their own country and don't practice English.  
Some others can speak English well ____________(30) they live in an English speaking environment.  
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2
2
2
3
6. A. Therefore  
7. A slow  
8. A. more  
9. A. who  
B. However  
B. make  
B. better  
B. what  
B. because  
C. Although  
C. get  
C. rather  
C. which  
C. so  
D. Though  
D. think  
D. less  
D. Whose  
D. and  
0. A. but  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
One of the most devastating forces on Earth is a hu
icane. A hu
icane begins as a tropical  
storm. The storm winds blow in circles around a center, called the "eye." Gradually, the winds get  
stronger and stronger. A tropical storm becomes a hu
icane when the winds are 120 kilometers per  
hour or more.  
The word "hu
icane" comes from Huracan, an evil god of a Central American Indian tribe. In  
other parts of the world, hu
icanes are known by different names. In East Asia, they are usually called  
typhoons, from the Chinese tai-feng, meaning "great wind." In Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, and  
Australia, they are known as cyclones. Finally, in the Philippines, they are called baguios.  
Few things in nature have as much power as hu
icanes. They can destroy coastal areas with heavy  
rains and winds of 250 kilometers per hour or more. Sometimes a hu
icane causes the ocean to flood  
onto land in an event called a storm surge. The total power of a hu
icane may be equal to 10,000  
nuclear bombs.  
Câu 31: The word devastating in the passage is closest in meaning to _______.  
A. powerful D. enormous  
B. destructive  
C. natural  
Câu 32: According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?  
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A. Hu
icanes always cause a storm surge.  
B. Hu
icanes have winds of 120 kilometers per hour or higher.  
C. All tropical storms become hu
icanes.  
D. Hu
icanes are most common in Central America.  
Câu 33: The word “hu
icane” in the second paragraph comes from ______.  
A. the Philippines C. Central America D. Bangladesh  
Câu 34: The dangers of a hu
icane include the following EXCEPT  
A. earthquake B. storm surge C. heavy rain  
B. China  
D. strong winds  
Câu 35: Which of the following is the best title for the passage?  
A. How To Prepare For A Hu
icane  
B. Some Facts About Hu
icanes  
C. The Biggest Hu
icanes In History  
D. The Difference Between Tropical Storms And Hu
icanes  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3. The factory is producing more and more pollution.  
More and more............................................  
4. He drives carelessly, so he usually has accidents.  
He is such...................................................  
5. He has been collecting stamps for three years.  
He started...................................................  
6. I don't really want to go to the museum.  
I'd rather.....................................................  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, using the word  
given in
ackets. Do not change the words in anyway.  
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7. She didn‟t wake up early, but now she does. (USED)  
She _____________________________________________________________ early.  
8. They haven‟t talked to each other for two years. (SINCE)  
It‟s ____________________________________________________ to each other.  
9. She has never heard such a ridiculous lie. (MOST)  
It‟s the ____________________________________________________ever heard.  
0. He hasn‟t been to school for four days. (ABSENT)  
He _____________________________________________ school for four days.  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 17  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice :  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. women  
. A. wealth  
B. love  
B. head  
C. come  
C.
ead  
D. some  
D. steal  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. organize  
. A. contain  
B. conclusion  
B. achieve  
C. available  
C. improve  
D. ambition  
D. happen  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. The teacher, together with 30 students, are going to attend a party this Saturday evening.  
5
A
B
C
D
6
. Mr. Lam, whom gave a lecture at our university last week, is a famous physicist.  
A
B
C
D
7
. I used to stayed with my grandparents on a farm when I was a child.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. We went for coffee after we......
eakfast.  
A. have B. had had  
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C. have had  
. ......lots of difficulties, he ultimately succeeds in his project.  
C. Despite  
D. would have had  
D. Because of  
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A. Even though  
B. However  
1
0. If the bus to the airport weren't so late, they......the plane.  
A. will catch B. would catch C. caught D. can catch  
1. The people to......I spoke vesterday were very friendly.  
1
A. them  
B. that  
C. who  
D. whom  
1
2 . .......her health is not good, she studies very hard.  
A. Because  
B. When  
C. If  
D. Although  
1
3. If you hu
ied, you......  
A. will see your son off  
C. would have seen your son off  
B. saw your son off  
D. would see your son off  
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4. Because of difficulties in getting a visa, we had to......the idea of visiting the States.  
A. take out  
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A. which  
B. take up  
C. give out  
5. Auld Lang Syne is a song......is sung on New Year's Eve.  
C. whose  
D. give up  
B. it  
D. whose  
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6. They have worked for the company for 5 years……………?  
A. haven't they B. didn't they C. have they D. don't they  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Joanna: "What are you going to do this weekend?" - Mark: " __________ "  
1
A. I think it will be interesting  
C. I'm very busy now  
B. I plan to visit my aunt  
D. I hope it isn't raining  
1
8. Mary: "Thank you for a lovely evening."  
Peter: " ______________."  
A. You're welcome B. Have a good day C. Cheers  
-
D. Thanks  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. I‟ll be back in a minute, Jane. I just want to try out my new tape recorder.  
A. resemble  
B. test  
C. a
ive  
D. buy  
2
0. He resembles his father in many ways.  
A. turns off  
B. takes on  
C. goes over  
D. takes after  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Gradually more children were sent to the class as their parents realized that the teacher was trying  
her best to help their poor kids.  
A. good B. rich  
2. There was a lot of opposition from the parents of the disabled children as they did not believe that  
their children could learn anything.  
A. doubt B. reply  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
C. strong  
D. lucky  
2
C. regret  
D. ignore  
When you visit London, one of the first things you will see is Big Ben, the famous clock which  
can be heard all over the world on the BBC. If the Houses of Parliament hadn't burned down in 1834,  
the great clock would never have been erected. Big Ben takes its (23)......from Sir Benjamin Hall who  
was responsible (24)......the making of the clock when the new Houses of Parliament were being built.  
It is not only of immense size. (25)......is extremely accurate as well. Officials from Greenwich  
Observatory have the clock checked twice a day. On the BBC, you can hear the clock when it is  
actually striking because microphones (26).......to the clock tower. Big Ben has rarely gone wrong .  
Once, however, it failed to give the co
ect time. A painter who had been working on the tower hung a  
pot of paint on one of the hands and slowed it (27)…………..  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. place  
4. A. to  
5. A. but  
6. A. connects  
7. A. down  
B. name  
B. with  
B. however  
B. are connected  
B. up  
C. fame  
C. for  
C. and  
C. is connected  
C. with  
D. time  
D. on  
D. so  
D. connect  
D. time  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Out in the Pacific Ocean, 3,700 kilometers from Los Angeles, are the islands of Hawaii, the  
fiftieth state of the United States, with its area of 16,700 square kilometers.  
The first Hawaiians a
ived from other Pacific islands sometime around 100 AD. Then in 1778,  
Captain Cook visited Hawaii. He put the islands on his maps of the Pacific Ocean. Then more ships  
knew Hawaii and began stopping there for supplies.  
In 1820, a small group of people from the eastern United States came to teach the Hawaiian  
people about Christianity. They started farms to grow sugar cane and pineapples. Because there were  
not enough people to do all the farm work, farm owners
ought in Asians - Chinese, Japanese, and  
Filipinos.  
Later Koreans, Portuguese, and Puerto Ricans also came. More people came from the US  
mainland and from other Pacific islands, and Hawaii became an island with traditions from several  
countries. People from the various nation groups have ma
ied each other, so today the groups are  
partly mixed.  
Hawaiians are very friendly and always welcome visitors. They cele
ate traditional Chinese,  
Japanese, and Filipino holidays as well as holidays from The United states. Hawaii is known as the  
Aloha State. “Aloha” mean “hello”, “goodbye”, and “I love you” in Hawaiian. /.  
2
8. Hawaii is ............... square kilometers in area.  
A. 3,700 B. 1,820 C. 16,700  
D. 2,500  
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3
3
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9. More ships knew Hawaii through .......... and stopped there for supplies.  
A. Japanese visitors.  
C. Captain Cook‟s maps  
B. Christopher Columbus.  
D. Christians.  
0. In the early 19th century, many Asians were taken to Hawaii ............  
A. to go fishing  
C. to visit attractions  
B. to be holidaymakers  
D. to do the farm work.  
1. Today the various national groups are .............  
A. completely mixed  
B. living in different societies.  
D. completely separated.  
C. partly mixed  
2. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?  
A. Captain Cook came to Hawaii in 1778.  
B. All Hawaiian people have come from Asia .  
C. Hawaii is the fiftieth state of the United States.  
D. Hawaii is in the Pacific Ocean 3,700 kilometers from Los Angeles.  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
3
3
3. Vicky is too young to join the club.  
Vicky is not..................................  
4. I wrote this essay in three hours.  
It took..........................................  
5. How long is it since you last saw Ann?  
When...........................................  
6. You will catch a cold if you don‟t keep your feet dry.  
Unless..........................................  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. My
other failed his English test. He has to do the test again (therefore)  
………………………………………………………………………………  
8. The weather was te
ible. We couldn‟t go to the beach (So)  
………………………………………………………………………………  
9. Do you like coffee? Do you like coke?(or)  
………………………………………………………………………………  
0. Nam got wet. He forgot his raincoat. (Because)  
……………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 18  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice :  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. think  
. A. laughter B. caught  
B. depth  
C.
other D. mathematics  
C. taught D. daughter  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
.A. contain  
. A. exchange  
B. achieve  
B. invite  
C. improve  
C. economic  
D. visit  
D. em
oider  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. My teacher of English said I should spend more time for my pronunciation.  
A. of B. should C. more time D. for  
. In spite of John came to the show late due to the heavy rain, he could see the main part of the show.  
A. In spite of B. to C. due to D. could see  
. Happiness is a most important thing in my life.  
A. a B. in  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. I wish I ...... money to help the homeless and poor people.  
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6
7
C. thing  
D. my  
8
A. have much  
B. had much  
C. had any  
D. don't have  
D. by making  
D. to wear  
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. Stormy weather prevented the fe
y........the crossing.  
A. from making  
B. to make  
0. It isn't necessary for students......uniforms today.  
B. worn  
C. with making  
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A. wearing  
C. to be wearing  
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1. My sister studied hard, .......she completed her examination successfully.  
A. although  
B. so  
C. because  
D. therefore  
1
2. When she lived in the countryside, she.......in the river.  
A. used swim  
C. used to swim  
B. used to swimming  
D. use to swim  
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3. Is that the man.............?  
A. you lent the money to  
C. whom did you lend the money  
B. you lend the money  
D. whom you lent the money  
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4. Tet is a festival........occurs in late January or early Fe
uary.  
A. who  
B. whom  
C. which  
D. what  
D. given  
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5. My teacher suggests..... ... lessons to poor children.  
A. gave  
B. giving  
C. having given  
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6. I don't know how you can put up.......such bad working conditions.  
A. to B. on C. with D. in  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. "How was your trip?" - "_____________"  
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A. Wonderful.  
C. That would be great.  
B. Thanks. That's very kind of you.  
D. It's my pleasure.  
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8. 23. "I think we should take a shower instead of a bath to save energy."  
"_____________"  
A. Yes, I'd love to.  
B. Great! Let's do that.  
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C. Yes, thanks.  
D. I'm so
y, I can't.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. Within their home country, National Red Cross and Red Crescent societies assumed the duties and  
responsibilities of a national relief society.  
A. took on B. got off  
0. She didn‟t get along with her two
others.  
C. went about  
D. put in  
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A. agree with  
C. please with  
B. hate  
D.have a good relationship with  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Fill each of the blanks below with a suitable word from the reading passage.  
A. unimportant B. i
elevant C. uninteresting D. impossible  
2. Work with a partner and fill in the blanks with the right questions.  
A. sick B. liberal C. unhealthy D. improper  
2
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
People who live in the industrially advanced and affluent countries of the world take  
telecommunication for granted. Computer data with text, graphics and even video clips (15)......been  
added to the telephone. Fax, e-mail and modems have become integral parts of office equipment for  
most businesses in the developed world. It is important to remember, however, that although North  
America, Europe and Japan own about 85 percent of the world's telephones; they have under a quarter  
of the world‟s population.  
Today, telecommunications are at the center of (17).....international economy. To participate in this  
economy, countries need telecommunications to enable them to obtain information and knowledge  
which they can use to attract industrial (19).....and find new markets. Businesses and factories need the  
telephone and computer because producers and customers may be thousands of kilometers apart.  
Regional and national borders are no (20).....ba
iers to trade. With the trend towards a more  
cooperation between countries, global telecommunications increase in importance. They are the key to  
development and progress.  
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2
2
2
2
3. A. have  
4. A. on  
5. A. an  
6. A. investor  
7. A. further B. final  
B. are  
B. for  
B. the  
B. investment  
C. is  
C. in  
D. are  
D.  
D. a  
C. some  
C. association D. investigation  
C. more D. longer  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
The Beatles  
In the 1960 , the Beatles were probably the most famous pop group in the whole world. Since  
s
then, there have been a great many groups that have achieved enormous fame, so it is difficult now to  
imagine how sensational The Beatles were at that time. They were four boys from the north of England  
and none of them had any training in music. They started by performing and recording songs by black  
Americans and they had some success with these songs. Then they started writing their own songs and  
that was when they became really popular. The Beatles changed pop music. They were the first pop  
group to achieve great success from songs they had written themselves. After that it became common  
for groups and singers to write their own songs. The Beatles did not have a long career. Their first hit  
record was in 1963 and they split up in 1970. They stopped doing live performances in 1966 because it  
had become too dangerous for them – their fans were so excited that they su
ounded them and tried to  
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take their clothes as souvenirs! However, today some of their songs remain as famous as they were  
when they first came out. Throughout the world, many people can sing part of a Beatles song if you  
ask them.  
2
8. The passage is mainly about  
A. how the Beatles became more successful than other groups.  
B. why the Beatles split up after 7 years.  
D. The Beatles‟ fame and success.  
D. many people‟s ability to sing a Beatles song.  
2
9. The four boys of the Beatles  
A. came from the same family  
C. were at the same age.  
B. came from a town in the north of England  
D. received good training in music.  
3
0. What is not true about the Beatles.  
A. The members had no training in music.  
B. They had long stable career.  
C. They became famous when they wrote their own songs.  
D. They changed pop music.  
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1. The word “sensational” is closest in meaning to  
A. notorious B. bad  
2. The tone of the passage is that of  
C. shocking  
C. neutral  
D. popular  
D. sarcasm  
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A. admiration  
B. criticism  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
3
3
3. The police let him leave after they had questioned him.  
He was..................................................................  
4. I haven‟t seen that man here before.  
It's .......................................................................  
5. The furniture was so expensive that I didn't buy it.  
The furniture was too.............................................  
6. I'm always nervous when I travel by air.  
Travelling...............................................................  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. She can‟t understand me. She is my old acquaintance. (Although)  
...........................................................  
8. We are always proud of my dad. He is the best person in the world. (who)  
...........................................................  
9. He drove very fast. He had an accident. (because of)  
...........................................................  
0. This problem is very difficult. We can‟t solve it now. (so)  
...........................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 19  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. ready  
. A. amount  
B. please  
B. shout  
C. Easter  
C. round  
D. beach  
D. route  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
1
2
. A pattern  
. A institute  
B. conserve  
B. distinctive  
C. revise  
D. co
ect  
C. defensive  
D. division  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
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6
7
. We are having my house paint. That is why there is all this mess.  
A
B
C
D
. I think Helen is accustomed to work eight hours a day.  
A
B
C
D
. After said goodbye to my parents, I went to school with my sister.  
A
B
C
D
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. You have to pass the examination.......you want to attend the course.  
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A. if  
. She suggested.......to music.  
A. listen B. listening  
0. Your friends won't be here for long, .......?  
B. or  
C. in order to  
D. so  
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C. to listen  
D. listened  
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A. do they  
B. won‟t they C. would they  
D. will they  
1
1. If yοιι.......do that exercise. I'll explain it to you.  
A. can  
B. could  
C. can't  
D. couldn't  
D. when  
D. will  
D. did  
D. had to  
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2. This is the house.......Nam was born.  
A. where B. which  
3. If I were you, I......stay here longer.  
A. didn't B. can't  
4. I wish it......rain so often here.  
C. that  
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C. would  
C. didn't  
1
A. doesn't  
B. don't  
1
5. He told me he......leave the city the following day.  
A. Will have to B. would have to C. has to  
6. By learning English, you can get access.....the world's development.  
1
A. with  
B. into  
C. to  
D. for  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7"Let me congratulate you on winning the first prize."- "____________"  
1
A. It's vey good.  
C. Never mind.  
B. You're welcome.  
D. That's very kind of you to say so.  
1
8. Mai: “ What are you going to do this weekend, Lan?”  
Lan: “  
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A. I don‟t feel like going out.  
C. I haven‟t planned yet.  
B. What a great idea!  
D. I went to the beach with my dad.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. You don't need a computer. You can get by with the typewriter.  
A. understand  
B. manage with  
C. buy  
D. pass with  
D. exit  
2
0. I fell into the water when I tried to get out of the canoe.  
A. enter  
B. start  
C. climb  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Look at the illustrations of different parts of a computer system.  
A. together  
2. She was wearing a beautiful dress.  
A. unsightly B. dirty  
B. similar  
C. average  
C. dusty  
D. pure  
D. bad  
2
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Two British policemen were sent to investigate a flying saucer on March 31, 1989, the day  
before April Fool‟s Day. When the policemen a
ived at a field in Survey, they saw a small figure  
wearing a silver space (23)________ walking out of a spacecraft. Immediately the police ran off in the  
opposite direction. Reports revealed that the alien was in fact a small person, and the flying saucer was  
a hot air balloon that had been specially built to look (24)________ a UFO by Richard Branson, the  
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6-year-old chairman of Virgin Records.  
Branson had planned to (25) _______ the balloon in London‟s Hyde Park on April 1. However,  
a wind change had
ought him down in a Survey field. The police received a lot of phone calls from  
te
ified motorists as the balloon drifted over the motorway. One lady was so (26)_____ by the  
incident that she was crying as she was (27)______ the UFO to a radio station.  
2
2
2
2
2
3.  
4.  
5.  
6.  
7.  
A. suit  
A. like  
A. fly  
A. pleasing  
A. telling  
B. cloth  
B. as  
C. denim  
C. for  
C. erupt  
D. linen.  
D. after  
D. collapse  
B. land  
B. te
ific  
B. saying  
C. shocked  
C. phoning  
D. amazed  
D. describing  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Smog is a combination of smoke and fog It occurs when gases from burnt fuel mix with fog on  
the ground. When heat and sunlight get together with these gases, they form fine, dangerous particles  
in the air.  
Smog occurs in big cities with a lot of traffic. Particularly, in the summertime, when it is very  
hot, smog stays near the ground. It is dangerous to our
eathing, and in smoggy areas, we cannot see  
very well.  
Smog was first discovered in Great Britain in the 19th century, during the beginning of the  
Industrial Revolution. At that time, people used coal for heating and cooking. Factories also used coal  
to produce iron and steel. Smoke mixed with wet, foggy air and turned yellow. The smog often hung  
over cities for many days. It caused lung diseases and 
eathing problem. Thousands of people died in  
London every year.  
Today, cities that have a large population and are located in hot, subtropical areas have the  
biggest smog problems - for example, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Cairo.  
2
8. Where can smog possibly be found?  
A. At a place where it is rainy  
B. At a place where the traffic is heavy and the weather is foggy  
C. In a city where many people smoke  
D. Underground  
2
9. In the first paragraph, the word fine is closest in meaning to  
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A. tiny  
B. good  
C. harmful  
D. shiny  
3
0. What will happen if smog stays close to the ground ?  
A. It will disappear in a shot time  
C. It will harm our health and block our sight.  
B. It will make the sky cleaner.  
D. It will cause many storms.  
3
1. What probably caused the smog in Britain at the beginning of the Industrial Revolution?  
A. There were too many cars in the country.  
B. The weather there was too foggy.  
C. People smoke a lot at that time.  
D. Factories and people used coal as energy.  
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2. In the third paragraph, the word it refers to ______.  
A. iron  
B. smog  
C. steel  
D. smoke  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3
3
3
3. Apples are usually cheaper than oranges.  
Apples are not.....................................  
4. That restaurant is so dirty that no one wants to eat there.  
It is such..............................................  
5. Tim will be eighteen next week.  
It's Tim's..............................................  
6. John and Ann didn't tell the truth.  
Neither.................................................  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. It was raining heavily outside. We postponed the picnic. (as)  
...........................................................  
8. The girl is very beautiful. Her dress is red. (whose)  
...........................................................  
9. She learns English well. She plays sports well, too. (not only )  
...........................................................  
0. She is intelligent. She can do this exercise by herself. (enough  
...........................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 20  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. charity  
. A. history  
B. teacher  
B. disaster  
C. Christmas  
C. extensive  
D. children  
D. beside  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. damage  
. A. family  
B. destroy  
B. practical  
C. erupt  
C. conclusion  
D. describe  
D. uniform  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. The house painted more than three years ago, but I‟m not going to have it done again for a while.  
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A. painted  
B. three years ago  
C. going to  
D. it  
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. If the question were not so difficult, I will be able to answer it.  
A. the  
. If I were you, I didn‟t buy that old building.  
A. were B. didn't  
B. so  
C. will be  
D. it  
D. old building  
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C. buy  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. The problem.......never happened.  
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A. that I expected it  
C. I had expected it  
B. who I had expected  
D. I had expected  
9
. How long is it since vou.......smoking?  
A. gave in B. gave out  
C. gave away  
D. gave up  
1
0. We.......go fishing with him when we......in the village.  
A. used to - lived  
C. used to - live  
B. are used to - lived  
D. get used to - lived  
1
1. I suggested......for a walk. We had a lot of free time.  
A. go B. to go C. going  
2. I remember......him somewhere.  
D. being gone  
1
A. seeing  
B. see  
C. to be seen  
D. saw  
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3. I......in heavy traffic every day.  
A. used to drive  
C. get used to drive  
B. am used to driving  
D. used to driving  
1
4. This is the only one of the novels published recently......translated in English.  
A. that has ever been  
C. that have ever been  
B. which has ever  
D. has ever been  
1
5. Tom hasn't got a ticket. If he......, he.......  
A. have - will get in  
C. had - could get in  
B. had - can get in  
D. have - could get in  
1
6. It is 10 years......we first met together.  
A. after  
B. while  
C. when  
D. since  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
1
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7 . - Uncle Tom: “ Remember to give my best regards to your parents, Bob.”  
Bob: “  

A. That‟s very kind of you to say so.  
C. Sure, I will.  
B. That was at least I could do.  
D. Yes, let‟s.  
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8. Liz is asking Andrew about the seat.  
Liz: " Do you mind if I sit here? " Andrew: "Not at all._________ "  
A. Be my guest.  
B. I‟d be glad to.  
C. Fire away, I‟m all ears.  
D. Now you‟re taking.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. GCSE are not compulsory, but they are the most common qualifications taken by students.  
A. required  
B. Applied  
C. fulfilled  
D. specialized  
2
0. I received housing benefit when I was unemployed.  
A. out of order  
B. out of fashion  
C. out of work  
D. out of practice  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. His rude comments made other Facebookers very angry.  
A. pleasant B. Honest C. polite D. kind  
2. And we can even learn foreign languages on computers.  
A. known B. native C. natural  
2
D. expected  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
There have been concerns about health problem in the area recently as the last reported to cause  
the pollution. To stay from wo
ies, we decided (41) ______a health check with the local doctor. We  
phoned to make an (42)________at 9 o'clock the next morning, the doctor welcomed us (43)_____ the  
door with a lovely smile. After (44) ___ necessary forms, we were given different tests. All the tests  
were done very quickly with the net of modern (45)_____ . As she did the checks, the doctor said that  
a lot of people were wo
ied about air pollution and came to help for health checks like us.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. have  
4. A. a
ange  
5. A. at  
6. A. fill  
7. A. tools  
B. to have  
B. a
anging  
B. in  
B. filled  
B. equipment  
C. having  
C. a
anged  
D. on  
C. filling  
C. work  
D. had  
D. a
angement  
C. of  
D. to fill  
D. materials  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Charlie Chaplin was an English actor, director, producer, and a composer. He is known as the  
most creative person of the silent-film era. Charlie Chaplin‟s portrayal of the tramp won the hearts of  
th  
people all over the world. Charlie was born in London on the 16 of April, 1889. He spent his  
childhood in Poverty and hardship. In 1910 he began to perform pantomime in the United States. He  
first appeared on screen in 1914. He created his world-famous character, the Tramp, and he played this  
classic role in more than 70 films during his career. He also composed background music for most of  
his films. In 1972 Chaplin received an Honorary Academy Award for „ the incalculable effect he has  
th  
had in making motion pictures the art form of this century‟. Chaplin died on the 25 of December,  
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977, at his home in Switzerland.  
8. In 1910 he began to perform pantomime in __________________.  
A. the US  
9. When did he start appearing in films?  
A. in 1910 B. in 1914  
0. Charlie Chaplin is very famous for _______________.  
A. his state performance B. his background music  
B. London  
C. Switzerland  
D. England  
D. in 1977  
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C. in 1972  
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C. his character “the Tramp”  
D. his composing background music  
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1. Which of the following is not true?  
A. Charlie Chaplin was an English artist  
C. Charlie Chaplin died at the age of 88  
B. He played classical music  
D. He received an award in 1972.  
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2. The word “ca
er” is the closest meaning to ________________  
A. pantomime B. play C. life  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
D. life-work  
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3
3
3
3. He could not afford to buy the car.  
The car......................................................  
4. "Why don't you put your lugtiage under the seat?" he asked me.  
He suggested.............................................  
5. Although he had a good salary, he was unhappy in his job.  
In spite.......................................................  
6. I advise you to put your money in the bank.  
You'd.........................................................  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. That is the forest. They are living and working in the forest. (where)  
...........................................................  
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8. The weather is not fine. We won‟t take photographs. (If) ............................................................  
9. She went to bed early. She was tired last night. (because) ............................................................  
0. She is an active girl. Everyone dislikes her. (though)............................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 21  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. necessary  
. A. bone  
B. cele
ated  
B. only  
C. special  
C. lonely  
D. receive  
D. son  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. follow  
. A. wander B. helmet  
B. exist  
C. really  
C. access  
D. bo
ow  
D. about  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. If there is no water, there would be no life on the earth.  
A. is B. be C. on  
. We are looking forward to spend our summer vacation in the country.  
A. are B. to spend C. summer vacation D. in  
. There are so much chickens in the garden that I can't count them all.  
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D. the  
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A. so much  
B. chickens  
C. in the garden  
D. count them all  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. My class are lucky......a chance to visit the capital.  
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A. having  
B. to have  
C. to be  
D. being  
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. Would you like......and visit our country Vietnam?  
A. come  
B. to come  
C. coming  
D. came  
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0. I've been......a cup to match the one I
oke.  
A. looking for B. looking over C. looking through D. looking  
1. We wish our team......lose this language game.  
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A. won't  
B. didn't  
C. don‟t  
D. doesn't  
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2 . Manchester is the......and most beautiful city in England.  
A. most clean B. cleaner C. more clean D. cleanest  
3. The building at the end of the street......in the early 20 century.  
th  
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A. is built  
B. will build C. was built  
D. has been built  
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4. If you smoke twenty cigarettes a day, you......of lung cancer.  
A. died B. will die C. would die  
5. Your hair is so long. You'd better have it......tomo
ow morning.  
A. cut B. to be cut C. to be done D. to cut  
6. Scotland is rich......coal and iron.  
A. in B. of  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
D. had died  
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C. about  
D. on  
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7. Jack: "Would you like to join our volunteer group this summer?"  
Jill: “_______.”  
A. I wouldn't. Thank you.  
C. Do you think I would?  
B. Yes, I'd love to. Thanks.  
D. Yes, you're a good friend  
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8. Jimmy: "You must have found reading my essay very tiring". - Kate: “__________.”  
A. Not in the least  
C. Just in case  
B. At all costs  
D. You are welcome  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
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9. Now, Peter has become accustomed to driving to the left  
A. has got used to  
C. has become angry with  
B. has become upset with  
D. all are co
ect  
2
0. If the world‟s tropical forests continue to disappear at their present rate, many animal species will  
be extinct.  
A. die from  
B. die out  
C. die of  
D. die for  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Each time you turn it on, with appropriate hardware and software, it is capable of doing almost  
anything you ask.  
A. unsuitable  
B. unimportant  
C. ill-prepared D. i
egular  
2
2. The man understood the lessons very well.  
A. ill B. hardly C. poorly  
D. wrong  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Every season there are new clothes and new fashions in the shops. Colours and styles keep  
(23)_________. One season black is the 'in' colour, but the next season everyone is wearing orange or  
pink or grey. The length of women's skirts goes up and down from year to year. A shirt (24) _____ you  
once thought was very trendy can look (25)____old-fashioned a few years later. And your father's  
shirts, you always thought were very conservative and traditional, can suddenly become (26)____.  
Keeping up with the fashions can be very expensive. So one way to save money is never to throw your  
old clothes out. If you wait long enough, the clothes are out of fashion today will be (27)_____ in  
fashion tomo
ow. Yesterday's clothes are tomo
ow's new fashions.  
2
2
2
2
2
3: A. to change  
4: A. whom  
5: A. stranger  
6: A. outdated  
7: A. out  
B. changed  
B. that  
B. strangeness  
B. old  
C . changing  
C. what  
D. change  
D. who  
C. strange  
D. strangely  
D. stylish  
C. back D. up  
C. useless  
B. away  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Paper is named for papyrus, a reed like plant used by ancient Egyptians as writing material  
more than 5000 years ago. The Chinese invented the paper that we use 2000 years ago.  
A piece of paper is really made up of tiny fibers, unlike a piece of material. The fibers used in  
paper, however, are plant fibers, and there are millions of them in one sheet. In addition to the plant  
fiber, dyes and additives such as resin may be used. Dyes can make the paper different colors; resin  
may add weight and texture.  
Where do these fibers come from ? The majority of paper is made from the plant fiber that  
comes from trees. Millions are cut down, but new trees are planted in their place. Paper may be also  
made from things like old rags or pieces of cloth. Wastepaper, paper that has been made and used, can  
be turned into recycled paper. This recycling process saves forest, energy and reduces air and water  
pollution.  
2
2
3
3
8. According to the passage, the paper that we use was first invented by  
A. the Chinese  
9. What is the main ingredient in most paper ?  
A. resin B. cardboard  
B. the Egyptians  
C. ancient cultures  
D. foresters  
C. plant fiber  
D. papyrus  
0. According to the passage, the primary source of the plant fiber used in paper is  
A. rags B. trees C. fa
ic D. wastepaper  
1. According to the passage, recycling paper is  
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A. bad for the environment  
B. wasteful  
C. good for the environment  
D. economical  
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2. According to the passage, recycling paper does all of the following EXCEPT  
A. reduce the need for ink  
B. save forests  
C. save energy  
D. reduce air pollution  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
,
3
3
3. Although he wasn t experienced, he got the job.Despite..…………………………………………  
4. If you are a student, you can always get special reduced  
prices.Unless………………………………………  
5. Nowhere is more expensive than this restaurant.This  
restaurant……………………………………………  
6. All the other players on the field were better than Jim.Jim was the………………………  
3
3
Complete the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning to the first sentence using the  
word given. Do not change the word given.  
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3

3

4

7. My sister is not old enough to ride a bicycle.  
………………………………………  
too  
,
8. A knock at the door inte
upted Dad s story  
………………………………………………………………  
9. The total sales for this video are already over a million copies.  
……………………………………………..  
0. After sitting in front of the computer all evening I felt sleepy.  
…………………………………………  
telling  
sold  
been  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 22  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. charge  
. A. ethnic  
B. champagne C. exchange  
B. think C. gather  
D. champion  
D. earth  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. attendance  
. A. several B. particular C. construction  
B. interesting C. department  
D. apprentice  
D. eruption  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. Because of the light, the city seemed to be differently from the way I had remembered it.  
A. Because of B. differently C. from D. had remembered it  
. I want to do it on myself because other people make me nervous.  
A. want B. on myself C. other  
. Her parents don‟t allow her go out in the evening.  
A. Her B. don‟t C. go out  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. It is raining very hard. I wish I......a raincoat.  
5
6
D. nervous  
D. in  
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8
A. bad had  
B. will have  
C. am having  
D. had  
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. Her aunt suggests that she......harder on her examination.  
A. worked  
B. should work  
C. would work  
D. works  
D. has built  
1
0. The
idge......recently.  
A. is built  
B. is being built  
C. has been built  
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1. Her father has promised......her a new pairs of shoes before Christmas  
A. buy B. to buy C. buying D. buys  
2. Mary is very beautiful and rich. ......,she is very modest.  
1
Λ. However  
B. Therefore C. Although  
D. Because  
9
. Would you.......the gas when the kettle boils?  
A. turn in  
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A. which  
B. turn down C. keep on  
3. Let's go into the room......we'll be protected from the strong winds.  
B. that C. who  
D. keep up  
D. where  
1
4. If he had known the new words, he.......the passage.  
A. would understand  
C. had understood  
B. understood  
D. could have understood  
1
5. They are tired......they stayed up late watching football last night.  
A. if  
B. while  
C. because  
D. although  
1
6. My sister is getting ma
ied......a singer.  
A. for B. with C. on  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. -“ Would you mind lending me you bike?” – “ ……”  
D. to  
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A. Yes. Here it is  
C. Great  
B. Not at all  
D. Yes, let‟s  
1
8. Havy: “Thanks for your help, Judy.” Judy: “……..”  
A. With all my heart  
C. It‟s my pleasure  
B. Never remind me  
D. Wish you  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. He did not particularly want to play any competitive sport.  
A. use up  
B. do with  
C. take up  
D. go on  
2
0. The small white flowers are my favorite. They give off a wonderful honey smell that scents the  
entire garden.  
A. release  
B. stop  
C. end  
D. me  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. Places of scenic beauty are places where the scenes are interesting and beautiful.  
A. inco
ect  
2. Why is computer a miraculous device?  
A. ordinary B. improper C. false  
B. tiresome  
C. i
elevant  
D. unlucky  
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D. ugly  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
Every day, in homes all over the world, people waste huge (1) __________ of energy and  
water. Hong Kong is estimated to waste about $ 5 billion worth of energy a year. This is due to their  
bad habits. (2) __________ caving lights, air-conditioners and television on when no one is in the  
room wastes a lot of energy. Using too (3) __________ water or not fixing dripping taps also  
contributes to the problem. Most people do not realize that saving energy in the home will actually  
save them money. If people _______(4) less energy, gas and electricity bills will become lower. Most  
of the ways we can use to decrease energy consumption in the home are very use, or simple. The most  
obvious one is turning off household appliances when they are not (5) __________ equipping our  
homes with energy-saving bulbs.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. numbers  
4. A. For example  
5. A. many  
6. A. use  
B. sums  
C. amounts  
D. qualities  
C. In contrast  
C. little  
C. used  
C. by D. at  
B. In addition  
B. much  
B. using  
D. On the contrary  
D. few  
D. to use  
7. A. in  
B. on  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Music influences people in different ways or the same person differently at different times.  
Music may seem to influence people differently. That is because people can react differently to the  
music. We are able to apply a choosing process to the music we hear. If someone hates jazz, then a  
jazz piece with a positive effect will probably not make him feel good. A happy song might appear to  
make an angry person angrier, yet it is not the music itself that is creating the anger; rather it is the  
positive effect of the music. The angry person does not want to accept the song's happy feeling: it  
points out his already existing anger, and makes that anger come to the surface. When a piece of music  
is played and we are listening to it, our body, mind, and feelings are being affected. The musicians of  
ancient cultures such as China, India, Turkey and Greece understood the effects of music. In fact,  
Pathagoras, in ancient Greece, introduced a whole science that concerned them. Because the musicians  
of these ancient cultures understood these effects, they created music that was positive, uplifting, and  
beneficial. Once the effects of music are better understood, the next step is to gain a better  
understanding of the music around us, and what effect it is actually having.  
2
8. The text is about_____.  
A. The science of music  
C. The effects of music on human feelings  
B. Understanding music  
D. Music and an angry person  
2
9. Music_____.  
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A. cannot be chosen  
C. affects us in different ways  
0. According to the text,_____.  
B. affects everybody in the same way  
D. never make us angry  
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A. Everybody likes jazz  
B. Jazz always makes us feel better  
C. No one likes jazz  
D. a very angry person sometimes do not accept music  
1. In ancient cultures, there used to be a science that concerned the effects of music in_____.  
A. China B. India C. Turkey D. Greece  
2. The word "Once" has a close meaning to_____.  
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3
A. on time  
B. when  
C. because  
D. if  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3. "Please sit down,” the teacher said to me. => The teacher asked me  
.............................................................. .  
4. I fell asleep because the film was boring. => The film was so  
......................................................................... .  
5. “ What are you doing?”, she asked me. => She wondered  
................................................................................  
6. I don‟t find it difficult to get up early in the morning. => I am used  
...................................................................  
3
.
3
.
3
.
3
.
Complete the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning to the first sentence using the  
word given in blanket. Do not change the word given.  
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3

3

4

7. She never stops saying how much she dislikes public transport. (complaining)  
………………………………………………………………….  
8. The bus service in our city
comes more inefficient every year.  
………………………………………  
9. Why don t we go to the cinema tonight ?  
………………………………………………………  
0. Italy is where we went for a holiday last year.  
………………………………………………  
(getting)  
(film)  
(on)  
,
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 23  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. likes  
. A. meat  
B. days  
B. great  
C. lives  
C. mean  
D. listens  
D. teacher  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. happy  
. A. inspiration  
B. early  
B. economic  
C. allowed  
C. situation  
D. injured  
D. material  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
5
7
. Most students were able of finding good jobs three to six months after graduation.  
. We were made learning fifty new words every week  
. Suzy had better to change her study habits if she hopes to be admitted to a good university.  
6
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
8
9
. May I watch the game________ we are having lunch?  
A. while B. during  
. She couldn't reach the phone because she________ a bath.  
C. between  
D. just  
A. had  
C. was having  
B. had been having  
D. is having  
1
1
1
0. It is 10 p.m, she________ for nearly four hours.  
A. is studying  
C. studies  
B. was studying  
D. has been studying  
1. The thing I hate most about________ is the boredom.  
A. employ  
B. unemployed  
C. employment  
D. being unemployed  
2. In developed countries unemployed people can get________.  
A. employment  
B. benefit  
C. employment benefit  
D. unemployment benefit  
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3. Her________ include swimming and reading.  
A. interesting B. interests  
4. Ask him________ in. Don't keep him standing at the door.  
C. interested  
D. interest  
A. to come  
5. ________ you work hard, you'll fail the exam.  
A. If B. While  
B. come  
C. coming  
D. came  
D. Unless  
D. whole  
C. Because  
6. Forests will disappear________ we stop cutting down trees.  
A. unless B. if C. when  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
1
7. Teacher: “ Janet, you‟ve written a much better essay this time”.  
Janet: “ ……………………………”  
A. Writing? Why?  
C.You‟re welcome.  
B. Thank you. It‟s really encouraging  
D. What did you sya? I‟m so shy.  
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8. Ken and Tom are high-school students. They are discussing where their study group will meet.  
Select the most suitable response to fill in the blank.  
Ken: “ Where is our study group going to meet next weekend?” Tom: “_____”  
A. We are too busy on weekdays.  
B. Why don‟t you look at the atlas.  
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C. The li
ary would be best.  
D. Studying in a group is great fun.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. His 
other gave up smoking last year .  
A. liked B. continued  
0. Both Mary and her
other look like her mother.  
A. take after B. take place C. take away  
C. stopped  
D. enjoyed  
2
D. take on  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
0. As a
illiant and mature student with a rare gift of concentration, Marie ha
ored the dream of a  
scientific career which was impossible for a woman at that time.  
A. ugly B. dark C. dull  
1. As a 
illiant and mature student with a rare gift of concentration, Marie ha
ored the dream of a  
scientific career which was impossible for a woman at that time.  
A. important B. likely C. unreal  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
D. dirty  
2
D. maybe  
Everyone wants to reduces pollution but the pollution …(23) is as complicated as it is serious. It is  
complicated because much pollution is caused by things that benefit people. For example, …(24) from  
automobiles causes a large percentage of air pollution. But the automobile provides transportation for  
millions of people. Factories ...(25) many of materials that pollute the air and water, but factories give  
employment to a large number of people.  
Thus, to end or greatly reduce pollution immediately, people would have to stop using many things  
that …(26) them. Most of the people do not want to do that, of course. But pollution can be gradually  
reduced in several ways. Scientists and engineers can work to find ways to lessen the amount of  
pollution that such things as automobiles and factories cause. Governments can pass and enforce laws  
that …(27) businesses and individuals to stop, or cut down on certain polluting activities.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. work  
4. A. exhaust B. fire  
5. A. offer  
6. A. benefit B. harm  
7. A. require B. fo
id  
B. problem  
C. gas  
B.
ing  
C. accident  
D. liquid  
C. discharge  
C. motivate  
C. prevent  
D. event  
D. cause  
D. encourage  
D. request  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Every year students in many countries learn English. Some of these students are young  
children. Others are teenagers. Many are adults. Some learn at school, others study by themselves. A  
few learn English just by hearing the language, in film, on television, in the office, or among their  
friends. But not many are lucky enough to do that. Most people must work hard to learn another  
language  
Learning another language! Learning English! Why do all these people want to learn English?. Is it  
difficult to answer that question?. Many boys and girls learn English at school because it is one of their  
subjects. They study their own language and Mathematics…and English (In England, or America, or  
Australia, many boys and girls study their own language, which is English, and Mathematics, .and  
another language, perhaps French, or German, or Spanish)  
Many adults learn English because it is useful for their work. Teenagers often learn English for  
their higher studies, because some of their books are in English at the college or university. Other  
people learn English because they want to read newspapers or magazines in English.  
2
8. According to the writer, ……………..  
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A. only adults learn English  
C. English is only useful to teenagers  
9. Many people learn English by ……….  
A. watching videos only  
C. working hard on their lessons  
0. Many boys and girls learn English because ………….  
B. no children like learning English  
D. English is popular in much of the world  
2
3
3
B. hearing the language in the office  
D. talking with the film stars  
A. English can give them a job  
C. their parents make them  
B. It is included in their study courses  
D. they have to learn their own language  
1. In America or Australia many school children study …………….  
A. such foreign languages as French, German, and Spanish  
B. English as a foreign language  
C. English and Mathematics only  
D. their own language and no foreign language  
2. Many adults learn English because …………  
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A. their work is useful  
B. they want to go a
oad  
C. most of their books are in English D. it helps them in their work  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
3
3
3
3
3. “ I‟m so
y that I
oke the glass” said Peter.=> Peter apologized............................  
4. We can‟t afford so
y to buy the house.=>The house........................  
5. That restaurant is so dirty that no one wants to eat there.=> It is..................................  
6. Why don‟t you ask her yourself?=> I suggest.........................................  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
3
.
3
7. The day was too hot. He had to cancel the tennis game. (such … that)  
.......................................................................................................................  
8. You‟d better take a sweater. It might get cold. (in case)  
.
3
.......................................................................................................................  
9. Most of the audience didn‟t know the result of the match. The television was inte
upted in the  
middle of the game. (Therefore)  
»
4
»
........................................................................................................................  
0. Tom has continued to smoke two packs of cigarettes a day. The doctor warned him. (Even though)  
........................................................................................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 23  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
.
.
A. ought  
A. thick  
B. thought  
B. think  
C.
ought  
C. thus  
D. though  
D. thin  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
1
2
. A. dormitory  
. A. pesticide  
B. category  
B. separate  
C. priority  
C. slavery  
D. ordinary  
D. efficient  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. Jason‟s professor had him to write his thesis many times before allowing him to present it to the  
committee.  
5
6
7
. I think Helen is accustomed to work eight hours a day.  
. The more frequent you exercise, the greater physical endurance you will have.  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
8
. One of the major causes _________ heart disease is lack of exercise.  
A. for B. to C. of D. by  
. On March 27, a lot of firework is _________ off in Danang city.  
B. gone C. placed D. burned  
0. He _________ an overdose of heroin and died.  
A. used to B. used C. was used to  
1. Can you give me the _________ for tomato soup?  
A. formula B. recipe C. order  
2. I must go to the dentist and _________  
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A. set  
1
D. was used  
1
D. method  
1
A. get my teeth to take care of B. take care of my teeth C. my teeth be taken care of D. get my teeth  
taken care of  
1
3. The two cars for sales were in poor condition, so I didn‟t buy _________ .  
A. either of them  
C. neither of them  
B. both of them  
D. each of them  
1
4. _________ his financial problem, Mark bought a new moto
ike.  
A. Although B. Because C. Despite D. Instead of  
5. The first time I noticed something was wrong was _________ I got home.  
1
A. since  
B. when  
C. for  
D. until  
1
6. Let‟s go to the beach this weekend, ………… ?  
A. shall we  
B. do we  
C. don‟t we  
D. will we  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Mary: “I will never go mountaineering again.” – Linda: “Me ______.”  
1
A. so  
B. Either  
C. too  
D. neither  
1
8. Mary: “Thanks a lot for your help.” – John: “______.”  
A. My excitement  
B. My delight C. My happiness  
D. My pleasure  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. I‟ll be back in a minute, Jane. I just want to try out my new tape recorder.  
A. resemble B. test C. a
ive D. buy  
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2
0. I resemble my mother in many ways.  
A. turn on B. look after C. goes over D. take after  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. She received a general education in local schools and some scientific training from her father.  
A. offered  
B. had  
C. gave  
D. asked  
2
2. And in 1891, the shy Marie, with very little money to live on, came to Paris to continue her  
studies at the So
onne.  
A. many B. a lot  
C. few  
D. much  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
People are rapidly destroying the world's tropical forests. In 1950, tropical forests (23)......about  
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,700.000 square miles of the earth or about three-fourths of Africa. Today less than half the original  
extent of the earth's tropical forests remains. Few tropical forest species can adjust to distu
ance of  
their habitat. Most die when people clear large areas of forests. Scientists estimate (24)......tropical  
deforestation wipes out about 7,500 species per year. Commercial logging and the expansion of  
agriculture have (25)......or wiped out wide areas of tropical forests. Huge mining projects, the  
construction of hydro-electric dams have also na
owed forest areas.  
A complex combination of social, political and economic factors has caused these destructive  
activities. Rapid population growth and poverty often intensify the pressure to clear tropical forests for  
short-term economic benefits. Brazil, Indonesia, and other nations have (26)......tropical forests to  
create new settlements that allow people to move out of overcrowded cities. Many conservation  
organizations are working with governments to conserve tropical forests. Such efforts include  
establishing protected areas, (27)......intelligent management of tropical forests and increasing  
awareness about the importance of tropical forests.  
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2
2
2
2
3. A. fell  
4. A. what  
5. A. damaged  
6. A. cutting out  
7. A. promoting  
B. covered  
B. that  
B. damaging  
B. cutting down  
B. to promote  
C. caught  
D. spreads  
D. which  
D. damages  
D. cut down  
D. promoted  
C. why  
C. damage  
C. cut out  
C. promote  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
A recent investigation by scientists at the US Geological Survey shows that strange animal  
behavior might help predict future earthquake.  
Investigators found such occu
ences in a ten-kilometer radius of the center of a fairly recent  
quake. Some birds screeched and flew about wildly. Dogs yelped and ran uncontrollably.  
Scientists believe that animals can perceive these environmental changes as early as several  
days before the disaster.  
In 1976 after observing animal behavior, the Chinese were able to predict a te
ible quake.  
Although hundreds of thousands of people were killed, the government was able to evacuate millions  
of people and thus keep the death toll at a lower rate.  
2
8. What prediction may be made by observing animal behavior ?  
A. the number of people who will die.  
B. environmental changes.  
C. a coming earthquake.  
D. the ten-kilometer radius of an earthquake.  
9. Why can animals perceive these changes when humans can not ?  
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A. Animals are more intelligent than humans.  
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B. Humans don‟t know where to look.  
C. By running around, they can feel the vi
ations.  
D. Animals have certain instincts that humans don‟t possess.  
3
0. If scientists can accurately predict earthquakes, there will be ..........  
A.a lower death rate.  
C.fewer people evacuated.  
B.fewer animals going crazy.  
D.fewer environmental changes.  
3
1. Which of the following statements is not true ?  
A. Some animals may be able to sense an approaching earthquake.  
B. All birds and dogs in the ten-kilometer radius of an earthquake center become wild before the  
quake.  
C. The Chinese have successfully predict an earthquake and saved many lives.  
D. By observing animal behavior scientists perhaps can predict earthquake.  
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2. In the passage, the word “evacuate” most means ..............  
A. save  
B. exile  
C. destroy  
D. remove  
II. Writing  
Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown, so that the meaning remains the same.  
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3. They have just opened a new super market in our town.  
A new super market ………………………………………..……….…  
4. I can‟t go to the party tonight night because I am very busy.  
If …………………………………………………………………..….…  
5. This morning we met a man. He is my uncle.  
The man ………………………………………….….……..……….…  
6. “ Do you live in this flat with your parents?” Nam asked me  
Nam asked me ……………………………………………….…….…  
Combine these two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets.  
7. We take you up Da Lat. You can enjoy pure air there. (where)  
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8. Jim doesn‟t study hard. He doesn‟t get better grades. (if)  
.......................................................................................................................  
9. Tuan is very active. He studies the best of us. (who)  
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0. The oil washed from land will also lead to the death of fish. People are  
wo
ied. (adjective + that)  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 25  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. Multiple choice:  
Choose the word whose underlined part pronounced differently from that of the others by  
circling A, B, C, or D:  
1
2
. A. leisure  
. A. laugh  
B. pressure  
B. plough  
C. treasure  
C. enough  
D. pleasure  
D. cough  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others by circling A, B, C, or D  
3
4
. A. practicality  
. A. managerial  
B. politician  
B. determination  
C. uncontrollable  
C. unbelievable  
D. comfortable  
D. inability  
Circle the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting  
. They wish they are able to spend more time in the countryside.  
A. are B. to C. more D. in  
. We studied very hard for the exam, because we passed it very easily.  
A. studied B. hard C. because D. very easily  
. Staying in bed all day is not good for our health, hasn't it?  
A. in B. all day C. for D. hasn't it  
Circle the best option A, B, C or D to complete the sentences:  
. It is the most beautiful building ................... the world.  
A. around B. of C. in  
. If you come to the cinema, ................... your friend with you.  
A.
ing B. get C. invite  
0. I‟m so
y I missed the meeting yesterday. I didn‟t ................... well.  
A. feel B. fell C. felt  
1. We discussed the problem but we ................... a final decision.  
A. don‟t reach B. won‟t reach C. hadn‟t reached  
2. Tom, write carefully and don‟t ................... any mistakes!  
A. do B. have C. give  
3. Sue can‟t come to the party ...................she‟s 
oken her leg.  
A. although B. because C. because of  
4. ................... rush hour, the roads in the city are very busy.  
A. While B. During C. Through  
5. Kate ...................a great time in France and doesn‟t want to come back.  
A. is having B. has C. had  
6. If you ................... forty cigarettes a day, you would cough a lot.  
A. smoke B. smoked C. would smoke  
Mark the letter to indicate the most suitable response.  
7. Bush: “______________.”  
Clinton: “No, but thanks all the same.”  
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6
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9
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1
1
1
1
1
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D. at  
D. take  
D. feeling  
D. didn‟t reach  
D. make  
D. so  
D. On  
D. had had  
D. smoking  
1
A. Another cup of coffee?  
B. May I help you?  
C. Would you like a slice of salad? D. How about having dinner out?  
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8. Tom: “Would you please drive me to class today?”  
Thuy: “________________.”  
A. No, I don‟t mind  
C. Yes, I‟d be glad to  
B. You are welcome  
D. Thank you for all  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
1
9. The repeated commercials on TV distract many viewers from watching their favorite films.  
A. economics B. Businesses  
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C. contests  
D. advertisements  
0. It is an occasion when strength and sports are tested, friendship and solidarity was built and  
D. competence  
deepened.  
A. practice  
B. power  
C. will  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
2
1. In some societies, language is associated with social class and education. People judge one‟s level  
in society by the kind of language used.  
A. connected with B. not allowed by  
C. separated from D. dissimilar to  
2. There was a long period without rain in the countryside last year so the harvest was poor.  
C. famine D. flood  
2
A. epidemic  
B. Drought  
Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fit each space.  
We are using up the world's petroleum. We use it in our cars and to heat our building in winter.  
Farmers use petro-chemicals to (23).....the soil rich. They use them to kill insects eating plants. These  
chemicals go into rivers and lakes and kill the fish there. Thousands of pollutants also go into the air  
and pollute it. Winds ca
y this (24).....air to other countries and other continents.  
Poor fanners use the same land over and (25)..... . The land needs a rest so it will be better next  
year. However, the farmers must have food this year. Poor people cut down forests for firewood. In  
some areas when the trees are gone, the land (26).....desert. Poor people can't save the environment for  
the future. This is not a problem for one country or one area of the world. It is a problem for all  
humans. The people and the nations of the world must work together to (27)......the world's resources.  
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. enrich  
4. A. pollute  
5. A. over  
6. A. gets  
7. A. recycle  
B. change  
B. polluting  
B. again  
B. changes  
B. preserve  
C. make  
C. polluted  
C. repeated  
C. turn  
C. keep  
D. let  
D. pollution  
D. repeating  
D. becomes  
D. use  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers.  
Devastating floods along the coast have left many people homeless. People are asked to help by  
donating food, clothes, furniture, and other supplies to the Assistance Fund. Donations of bottled water  
are especially needed, since the floods have disrupted the local water supply. In addition, volunteers  
are needed to travel to the flooded area to help distribute the donations.  
2
8. What does this notice concern?  
A. Help for flood victims  
C. Dangerous roads  
B. Safety precaution  
D. Warning about weather  
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9. What kind of supplies is NOT mentioned?  
A. Furniture B. Clothing  
0. In addition to supplies, what is needed?  
A. Volunteers B. New 
idges  
C Food.  
D. Medicine  
D. Teacher  
C. Places to stay  
2. “Devastating floods” in line 1 refer to those that_________.  
A. happen suddenly  
C. last for a long time  
B. are very short  
D. cause a lot of damage  
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2. The word “donating” in line 2 is closest in meaning to_________.  
A. selling B. buying C. giving D. taking  
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II. Writing  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one.  
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3. I can‟t remember the answers to these questions.=> I wish________________________________  
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4. “I must go to Ha Noi tomo
ow.” said Nam.=> Nam  
said___________________________________ .  
5. Nga spends 4 hours a day practicing English with her friend=> It  
takes____________________________ .  
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6. We take our um
ellas because it is raining heavily.  
It is________________________________________________________.  
7. He was advised to stop smoking. His health was very poor. (because of)  
........................................................................................................................  
8. The book was very interesting. He read it from cover to cover. (so … that)  
........................................................................................................................  
9. I was careless. I
oke the cup. (since)  
........................................................................................................................  
0. He failed the examination. He made preparation for it carefully. (even though)  
........................................................................................................................  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 26  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicatethe word whose underlined part  
differs from theother three in pronunciation in each of the following questions from 1 to 2.  
Question 1: A. obtain  
Question 2: A. honest  
B. obstacle  
B. home  
C. advance  
C. vehicles  
D. abso
 
D. heiress  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the  
other three in theposition of primary stress in each of the following questions from 3 to 4.  
Question 3: A. participate  
Question 4: A. romantic  
B. hydrology  
B. financial  
C. facilitate  
C. popular  
D. intimacy  
D. reduction  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that  
needs co
ection in each of the following questions from 5 to 7.  
Question 5: Ha
y, alike his colleagues, is trying hard to finish his work early.  
A
B
C
D
Question 6: You can apply for a better job when you will have had more experience.  
A
B
C
D
Question 7: He is the best-known author I have never heard of.  
A
B
C
D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of  
the following questions from 8 to 16.  
Question 8: He went to the office ________ check the progress of the work.  
A. in order to  
Question 9: She asked me ________ to another country in the region.  
A. weather I had been B. if I had been C. I had been  
Question 10: ________ have you been able to play the piano?  
A. When B. How many times C. Since when  
Question 11: It's no use ________ make him change his mind.  
A. trying to B. to try to C. trying and  
Question 12: He fell off the tree and ________  
B. so far as  
C. for the purpose  
D. by the reason  
D. had I been  
D. Why  
D. to trying to  
A. was bad injured  
B. badly injured  
C. was badly injured  
Question 13: When did ________ talk to him?  
A. you lastly  
D. was injured himself badly  
C. you lately  
B. you last  
D. you late  
Question 14: _ appears considerably larger at the horizon than it does overhead is merely an optical  
illusion.  
A. The Moon  
Question 15: Everyone expects Johnson to _______ Smith in today‟s final.  
A. beat B. win C. score  
B. That the Moon  
C. When the Moon  
D. The Moon which  
D. champion  
Question 16: Let‟s face _____ we are destroying the environment and we need to do something now.  
A. truth B. facts C. things D. information  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to  
complete each of the following exchanges from 17 to 18.  
Question 17: “Would you pick the kids up from school this afternoon?” - “No, I am afraid I ______”  
A. wouldn‟t D. don‟t  
B. can‟t  
C. shan‟t  
Question 18: “Good morning, could I speak to Mr. David, please?”; “____”  
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A. He‟s in a meeting. Can I take a message?  
B. Probably by Monday next week.  
C. I‟ll have to ask the person you want to ring first.  
D. Certainly. Would two o‟clock be OK.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in  
meaning to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questions from 19 to 20.  
Question 19: The Yugo was considered one of the safest and most dependable cars on the road in  
Slovakia, until people started importing cars from a
oad.  
A. swift  
B. enjoyable  
C. reliable  
D. exciting  
Question 20: He was able to incorporate a multimedia slideshow into the lesson plan despite the  
school‟s lack of equipment because his friend lent him a multimedia projector.  
A. propose  
B. determine  
C. bestow  
D. include  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in  
meaning to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questions from 21 to 22.  
Question 21: Travel insurance is sometimes mistaken for temporary health insurance, but the two are  
actually different.  
A. transitory  
B. passing  
C. mutable  
D. permanent  
Question 22: Although they hold similar political views, their religious beliefs present a striking  
contrast.  
A. interesting resemblance  
C. significant difference  
B. complete coincidence  
D. minor comparison  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of thenumbered blanks from 23 to 27.  
After a tour in Cu Chi, we are moving to Mot Thoang Vietnam craft village (23) ___________ at  
Phu Binh Village, Ho Chi Minh City. A
iving at Mot Thoang Vietnam, we observe on-the-spot (24)  
_
__________ craft persons weave tho cam (ethnic 
ocade fiber), (25) ___________ wooden logs into  
wonders and weave rattan into home appliances. Mot Thoang Vietnam can (26) ___________ your  
need to know what many of Vietnam‟s traditional craft villages are like. The quarter of craft villages at  
Mot Thoang Vietnam is quiet, but not boring (27) ___________ craft persons chat amidst the clacking  
sound of wooden cudgels hitting a chisel caused by a sculptor or a loom used for weaving cloth.  
Question 23:  
Question 24:  
Question 25:  
Question 26:  
Question 27:  
A. located  
A. what  
A. knit  
A. satisfy  
A. although  
B. locating  
B. how  
B. cast  
B. buy  
B. while  
C. locate  
C. whether  
C. weave  
C. make  
D. locates  
D. why  
D. carve  
D. stop  
D. as  
C. whereas  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect answer to each of thequestions from 28 to 32.  
Upon the creation of the United States, one of the core concepts on which the hopes for the  
new democracy were pinned was the ideal that its citizens would be enlightened individuals with  
clearly articulated rights and the opportunity for individual achievement and education. It was believed  
that in a free nation where the power belongs to the people, the commitment to education defines the  
progress of that democracy and is the catalyst for future progress. This core value has not only stood  
the test of time but has also grown in importance.  
In this new Information Era and international economy, education is an increasingly vital commodity,  
a precursor of potential success and a driving force of chance. It is important to recognize, however,  
that we approach education today differently than in the past, partly because the kinds of jobs people  
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had didn‟t require the kind of basic education and specialized training that is often required in the  
workforce today. In the 1950s, for instance, only 20 percent of American jobs were classified as  
professional, 20 percent as skilled; and 60 percent as unskilled. Today, our world has changed. The  
proportion of unskilled jobs has fallen to 20 percent, while jobs now account for at least 60 percent of  
the workforce. Even more important, almost every job today increasingly requires a combination of  
academic knowledge and practical skills that require learning throughout a lifetime.  
Question 28: Education is defined in this passage as a driving force of chance because ___________  
A. without education, no changes could have happened in American society so far.  
B. the government of the United States wants to drive social changes in their own ways.  
C. education has helped to
ing about and orient most changes in the American workforce.  
D. any American citizen who wants to changes his driving license must be very well-educated.  
Question 29: The passage shows the percentage of jobs that require higher training in the  
US__________ between 1950s and now.  
A. has remained the same  
C. has been reversed  
B. has changed dramatically  
D. has changed slightly  
Question 30: The phrase “enlightened individuals” in the first sentence most likely means “people who  
___________.”  
_
A. always appear
illiant-looking in public  
C. have acquired an adequate level of education  
B. have often been well-exposed to light  
D.
ing light to anywhere they go  
Question 31: In order to become a good American citizen today, in the author‟s point of view, any  
individual must ___________  
A. know well all his/her rights and be ready to grasp his/her opportunity of success in life  
B. study carefully the history of American educational and vocational systems even since their creation  
C. understand thoroughly the combination of academic knowledge and practical skills  
D. move actively forward in the new Information Era and international economy with a prestigious  
diploma  
Question 32: Which of the following titles would be best for the passage?  
A. Education and Jobs in the Past and at Present in the United States.  
B. The Significant Role of Education in American Citizens‟ Careers  
C. Academic Knowledge and Practical Skills in American Professions  
D. Recent Changes of Educational and Vocational Systems in America  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words (questions from 33 to 36).  
Question 33: I‟m really excited about the upcoming pottery workshop.  

I‟m looking ______________________________________________________________.  
Question 34: We invited a pop star to the chat show, but he didn‟t a
ive.  
The pop star ______________________________________________________________.  
Question 35: He misbehaved in the class so the teacher asked him to go out.  
The teacher asked _________________________________________________________.  
Question 36: The artisans carved figures of lions and unicorns on the top of the box.  
Figures __________________________________________________________________.  



Combine two sentences into a new one using the given words in
ackets. Do not  
change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to 40).  
Question 37: Hoa was born in Doc So craft village. She knows the process of making pottery. (BECAUSE)  
_
_____________________________________________________________________________  
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Question 38: The li
ary was bombed. Many important historical documents were destroyed. (WHEN)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
Question 39: She entered the room. She knew there was something wrong. (AS SOON AS)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
Question 40: We decided to take rooms in Longwood House. We knew we could not afford the rent.  
EVEN THOUGH)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 27  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in  
the pronunciation of the underlined part in each of the following questions from 1 to 2.  
Question 1: A. accent  
Question 2: A. naked  
B. factor  
B. helped  
C. anniversary  
C. looked  
D. variety  
D. reduced  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other  
three in the position of primary stress in the following questions from 3 to 4.  
Question 3: A. fluent  
B. language  
C. explore  
D. massive  
Question 4: A. immersion  
B. multinational C. flexibility  
D. inaccessible  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions from 5 to 13.  
Question 5: More and more women in the world now ___________independent.  
A. used to be D. use to being  
B. used to being  
C. use to be  
Question 6: It was ________ hot day that we decided to go to leave the work early.  
A. so  
Question 7: The teacher told the students always to tell the_____________.  
A. true B. truth C. information  
Question 8: He rarely goes fishing, _______________?  
A. doesn‟t he B. is he C. does he  
B. so a  
C. such  
D. such a  
D. fact  
D. isn‟t he  
Question 9: My
other _____________ a sports car if he ___________ the money.  
A. bought/would have B. would buy/had  
C. would bought/have D. bought/would had  
Question 10: The problem with him is that he suffers from constant_____________.  
A. Sleepy  
B. Sleepless  
C. Sleeplessness  
D. asleep  
Question 11: ___________ I was talking to my teacher, my friends were waiting outside the  
classroom.  
A. In order that  
Question 12: The __________of the Titanic was caused by an iceberg.  
A. plunge B. descent C. drowning  
Question 13: The volcano on the island is still________________ .  
A. alive B. performing C. busy  
B. While  
C. Although  
D. So that  
D. sinking  
D. active  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to each of  
the following exchanges from 14 to 15.  
Question 14: - “ I‟m taking my driving test tomo
ow.”  
-
“____________.”  
A. Good fortune  
Question 15: _ “ Do you mind if I switch the light off?”  
“ _________________.”  
B. Good luck  
C. Good outcome  
D. Good success  
-
A. Yes, I mind it, so
y.  
A. Yes. Please do it.  
B. What will you do if I don‟t mind it?  
B. I‟d rather you didn‟t, if you don‟t mind.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) that is CLOSEST in  
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions from 16 to 17.  
Question 16: The teacher gave some suggestions on what could come out for the examination.  
A. effects  
B. symptoms  
C. hints  
D. demonstrations  
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Question 17: When their rent increased from 200 to 400 a month, they protested against such  
a tremendous increase.  
A. light  
B. huge  
C. tiring  
D. difficult  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE  
in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions from 18 to 19.  
Question 18: Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance on the island. The islanders even exported the  
surplus.  
A. large quantity  
B. small quantity  
C. excess  
D. sufficiency  
Question 19: Because Jack defaulted on his loan, the bank took him to court.  
A. paid in full  
B. failed to pay  
C. had a bad  
D. was paid much  
personality  
money  
Choose the underlined word or phrase that needs co
ecting in each of the following sentences from  
0 to 23.  
Question 20: Don‟t put too much garlic in the salad; two bunches are enough.  
2
A
B
C
D
Question 21: Lan was extreme pleased that she got an A for her assignment.  
A
B
C
D
Question 22: Why weren‟t you inform us about the strike?  
A
B
C
D
Reading the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 23 to 27.  
Recently, a study in the USA showed that 75% of high school students (23)___________ in  
tests and exams. If we include copying homework, the number is 90 %. Many students don‟t even  
realize that (24)__________ they‟re doing is wrong. They think that cheating is OK now because it‟s  
common .  
In the past, weaker students cheated but now cheats are often clever kids who need higher grades.  
There is more competition today.  
One high school student says, “There‟s big (25)_________ to get into a good university. You have to  
get good marks, and to get good marks some teens think they have to cheat.”  
In the American study, 50% of teens agreed with the opinion “ People sometimes have to lie and  
cheat to be succeed.” It seems that cheating has become normal for some people. There are a lot of  
cheats. We see more and more cheats in sport and in business. Unfortunately, adults don‟t always set a  
good example.  
Cheating is easier with new technology. There are websites where you can download exams and  
essays. You can pay people online to write an essay for you. Students are instant messaging homework  
answers and they can send text messages to friends (26)__________ exams or put answers into their  
MP3 players.  
Teachers can (27)_________ cell phones and camera and use special software to detect copying in  
homework. School principles can suspend or expel students who cheat. But really it‟s more important  
for people to know that they don‟t have to cheat to be successful – cheats never win and winner never  
cheat.  
Question 23: A. has cheated  
Question 24: A. which  
Question 25: A. stress  
Question 26: A. on  
B. have cheated  
B. why  
B. pressure  
B. at  
C. are cheating  
C. what  
C. nervous  
C. in  
D. cheat  
D. where  
D. tense  
D. of  
Question 27: A. ban  
B. stop  
C. end  
D. delay  
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Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect answer to each of the questions from 28 to 32.  
Education is another area of social life in which information technology is changing the way we  
communicate. Today‟s college students may not simply sit in a lecture or a li
ary to learn about their  
field. Through their computers and the wonders of virtual reality they can participate in lifelike  
simulated experiences and consider the following scenario of the future of education made possible  
through developments in information technology.  
For children over the age of 10, daily attendance at schools is not compulsory. Yet, some of the older  
children attend school only once or twice weekly to get tutoriol support or instruction from a teacher.  
For the most part, pupils are encouraged to work online from home. Students must complete a  
minimum number of study hours per years; however, they may make up these hours by studying at  
home at times that suit their family schedule. They can log on early or late in the day and even join live  
classes in other countries. In order to ensure that each student is learning adequately, computer  
software will automatically monitor the number of hours a week each student studies online as well as  
that students‟ learning materials and assessment activities. Reports will be available for parents and  
teachers. The software can then identify the best learning activities and condition for each invidual  
student and generate similar activities. It can also identify areas of weak achievement and produce  
special programs adjusted to the students‟ needs.  
Question 28: What is the topic of the passage?  
A. Computer software will make sure students learn at home.  
B. Students don‟t have to go to school any more.  
C. The effect of information technologyon education.  
D.Studentscanknowabouttheirweakaspectstofocus.  
Question 29: How many times are children who are older than 10 required to go to school weekly?  
A. No time.  
B. Once or twice.  
C. Three.  
D. Four.  
Question 30: Who/ What counts the number of hours per week that students spend learing?  
A. Virtual reality.  
C. Computer software.  
B. Teacher.  
D. Parents.  
Question 31: What CAN’T the software do?  
A. Design materials for the students.  
C. Find out the best activities for the students.  
B. Monitor the time the students learn.  
D. Identify weaknesses of the students.  
Question 32: What is NOT MENTIONED as a benefit of information technology to the students?  
A. Students can stay at home to learn.  
B. Students can learn at times that suit their schedule.  
C. Students‟ weak achievement can be identified.  
D. Students‟ learning time won‟t be monitored.  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning  
with the given words (questions from 33 to 36).  
3
=
3
3. “ Why don‟t you put better lock on the door, Ba
ara”? said John  
> John suggested……………………………………………………………………………………..  
4. Although his both legs were
oken in the crash, he managed to get out of the car before it  
exploded.  
> Despite his………………………………………………………………………………………….  
5 I haven‟t eaten this kind of food before.  
> This is the first……………………………………………………………………………………..  
=
3
=
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=
6. The architect has drawn plans for an extension to the house.  
> Plans………………………………………………………………………………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to 40).  
3
_
3
_
3
_
4
7. It isn‟t necessary for you to finish by Saturday. (HAVE TO)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
8. “ How many survivors are there?”, asked the journalist. (WANTED TO KNOW)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
9. It was such rotten meat that it had to be thrown away. (SO …. THAT)  
_____________________________________________________________________________  
0. It is essential that Professor John Lee is met at the airport. (MUST )  
_
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 28  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is OPPOSITE in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
1
. She is a very generous old woman. She has given most of her wealth to a charity organization.  
A. mean  
B. amicable  
C. kind  
D. hospitable  
2
. The plane landed safely.  
A. touched down  
B. took off  
C. took over  
D. took up  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in each sentence.  
. China is _____ far the most populated country in the world.  
3
A. as  
B. by  
C. so  
D. to  
4
. The hotel is beautifully _____ in a quiet spot near the river.  
A. located  
B. situating  
C. lying  
D. stayed  
D. temple  
D. fly  
5
. A _____ is a cave that is big enough for humans to go inside.  
A. cavern  
B. bay  
C. fortress  
6
. If I were a superman, I _______.  
A. flew  
B. will fly  
C. would fly  
7
. _____ this hand-em
oidered picture was expensive, we bought it.  
A. As  
B. Because  
C. Even though  
C. had  
D. Despite  
8
. The light went out while I............ dinner.  
A. am having  
B. was having  
D. have had  
9
. My friend, _____bicycle was stolen last week, has decided to buy a moto
ike  
A. whom  
B. which  
C. who  
D. whose  
1
0. Son Doong Cave is recognised as _____ cave in the world by BCRA.  
A. the larger than  
1
A. to raise  
B. the largest  
1 .I suggest_______ some money for poor children.  
B. raising  
C. the larger  
D. the most large  
C. raised  
D. raise  
1
2. "Mum. I‟ve got 6.00 on the TOEFL test" - "”  
A. Good way! B. You are right. C. Oh, hard luck!  
3. Tom: “How did you get here?" - John: “…………………”  
D. Good job!  
1
A. I came here last night.  
C. The train is so crowded.  
B. I came here by train.  
D. Is it far from here?  
Choose one word (A, B, C or D) whose stress pattern is different from the others .  
1
1
4. A. adolescence B. multicultural  
5. A. factor B. event  
C. metropolitan  
C. complex  
D. limestone  
D. tunnel  
Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the  
others.  
1
1
6. A. fabulous  
7.A.bilingual  
B. administrative  
B. dialect  
C. paradise  
C. simmer  
D. u
an  
D. pile-up  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is CLOSEST in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
1
8.My father still hasn‟t really recovered from the death of my mother.  
A. looked after B. taken after C. gone off D. got over  
9. As a government official, Benjamin Franklin often traveled a
oad.  
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A. widely  
B. secretly  
C. alone  
D. overseas  
Read the passage and do the exercises that follow by choosing the co
esponding letter (A,B,C or  
D) of the co
ect answers.  
Cigarettes contain toxic substances like tar and nicitine. That is why we often hear people  
telling us that smoking is harmful to our bodies. Smoking weakens our lungs as well as other parts  
of our body. We will not be as active as before and will need more effort to move about.  
Smoking affects our environment too. When we puff, we pollute the environment with smoke. This  
makes our su
oundings unpleasant and unclean. Since Smoking does not do any good to us, we  
should always say no to cigarettes. We should advise our loved ones to take sweet instead whenever  
they feel like taking toxic puff.  
2
0. Which word in the passage means” harmful to our body”?  
A. toxic B. pollute C. unpleasant  
1. Smoking is harmful to us because…………………………..  
D. effort  
2
A. makes us more active  
C. weakens our body  
B. wastes our more  
D. makes us move about difficulty  
2
2. Which of the following is a harmful effect of smoking?  
A. Hearing problem B. Hair loss  
C. Loss of sense of smell  
D. Lung cancer  
2
3. Which of the following sentences is co
ect?  
A. Cigarettes contain a lot of smoke  
B. Smoking can kill us immediately  
C. We can help smokers quit smoking easily  
D. Smoking causes more harm than good to us  
2
4. How can we help a smoker quit his bad habit ?  
A. Give him more money  
B. Ask him to suck on sweets to replace smoking  
C. Hide away his cigarettes so that he can not smoke D. Tell him to stop smoking every day  
Mark the letter A,B,C, or D to show the underlined part that needs co
ection  
2
2
2
5.John's father had him repeated the poem many times.  
A
B
C
D
6. I used to having a very good time with my grandparents when I was a child.  
A
B
C
D
7. Even though being ill , Phong still went to school last Monday  
A
B
C
D
Choose the co
ect answer A, B, C or D for each gap in the passage  
Homelessness is a problem in many big cities in the world. It occurs when a part of the  
population does not have any (28) ______ place to call home. Hundreds of millions of people in the  
world spend at least some time of the year homeless. This is an issue that the authorities are trying to  
(29) ______. However, there are (30) ______ things that each person can do to help those people. One  
of the things that you can do to help the homeless is to volunteer your time. If you have a lot of free  
time, you might go on an extended trip to help (31) ______ homes or improve an impoverished area.  
Even with just a few hours a week, it is possible to make an impact in your own city. You can also sign  
up to help at a (32) ______ soup kitchen: most cities have a mission of some kind serving food to the  
homeless and offering temporary shelter  
2
2
3
3
3
8. A. common  
9. A. deal with  
0. A. little  
1. A. care for  
2. A. u
an  
B. regular  
B. get over  
B. less  
B. show around  
B. central  
C. unusual  
C. look through  
C. more  
C. set up  
C. capital  
D. fixed  
D. find out  
D. fewer  
D. pull down  
D. local  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
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Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
3. You can‟t visit the USA unless you have a visa.=> If  
you………………………………………………………..  
4. “ Can I bo
ow your typewriter, Janet”? asked Peter.=> Peter asked  
if………………………………………..  
5. She started working as a secretary five years ago.=> She  
has…………………………………………………  
6. She knows a lot more about it than I do.=> I don‟t  
3
3
3
know………………………………………………….  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the  
given words in any ways  
7
. My French friend finds driving on the left difficult. ( USED TO)  


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
..  
3
8. They think the owner of the house is a
oad. ( THOUGHT)  


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
..  
3
9. We didn‟t go on holiday because we did not have enough money. ( WOULD)  


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
..  
4
0. The children couldn‟t go swimming because the sea was rough. ( TOO)  


…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
..  
_
_________THE END__________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 29  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is  
different from the other three in pronunciation.  
Question 1: A. wicked  
Question 2: A. accent  
B. watched  
B. factor  
C. stopped  
C. anniversary  
D. cooked  
D. variety  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other  
three in the position of primary stress.  
Question 3: A. scientific  
Question 4: A. immersion  
B. imaginary  
B. dominance  
C. advantage  
C. dialect  
D. reviewer  
D. stimulate  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs  
co
ection in the following questions.  
Question 5: Sleeping, resting, and to drink fruit juice are the best ways to care for a cold.  
A
B
C
D
Question 6: I haven‟t visited my friends when I came to live in the city.  
A
B
C
D
Question 7: Tom asked Peter whether he had gone to Mai‟s birthday party last night.  
A
B
C
D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST  
in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.  
Question 8: Mr. Gerstein was particularly taken back to hear that sleeping problems are often linked  
to physical problems.  
A. surprised D. relieved  
B. intended  
C. determined  
Question 9: I shouldn‟t go outside without a raincoat because it‟s raining cats and dogs.  
A. it‟s just started to rain  
C. it‟s going to rain  
B. it‟s raining very heavily  
D. it‟s drizzling  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE  
in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions  
Question 10: My younger
others are obedient most of the time, but they are  
quite mischievous sometimes.  
A. naughty  
B. hard-working  
C. well-behaved  
D. disruptive  
Question 11: You should not wear casual clothes to the interview. The first impression is very  
important.  
A. new  
B. informal  
C. neat  
D. formal  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions.  
Question 12: I‟d like to see that football match because I___________ once this year.  
A. haven‟t seen  
B. don‟t see  
C. weren‟t seeing  
D. didn‟t  
see  
Question 13: They always kept on good ___________with their next-door neighbors for the children‟s  
sake.  
A. will  
B. friendship  
C. terms  
D. relations  
Question 14: Some candidates failed the oral examination because they didn‟t have enough ________.  
A. confide  
confidence  
B. confident  
C. confidential  
D.  
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Question 15: Our new coach is popular ___________the whole team.  
A. for  
Question 16: Don‟t go too fast! I can‟t _____up with you.  
A. keep B. go  
Question 17: I have no idea where ___________.  
B. to  
C. by  
D. with  
D. run  
C. walk  
A. has she got that information  
C. did she get that information  
B. she got that information  
D. that information has she got  
Question 18: That‟s___________ story I have ever heard.  
A. a ridiculous B. the ridiculous C. the more ridiculous  
Question 19: We bought some ___________.  
D. the most ridiculous  
A. German lovely old glasses  
C. lovely old German glasses  
B. German old lovely glasses  
D. old lovely German glasses  
Question 20: ___________non-ve
al language is___________ important aspect of interpersonal  
communication.  
A. The - a  
B. ø – an  
C. A – the  
D. The - ø  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to each of  
the following exchanges.  
Question 21: “Would you mind turning down the TV? I‟m working!” “________________.”  
A. Yes, I‟m working, too.  
C. Thank you. I‟m pleased.  
B. Not at all. I‟ll do it now.  
D. No, I wouldn‟t be working.  
Question 22: “Please, lock the door carefully before you leave the room.” “________.”  
A. I won‟t tell you when I do it.  
C. That‟s for sure.  
B. I‟m thinking of selling the house.  
D. I‟m so
y. I did it last night  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect word for each of the blanks  
Last week I went to an International Food Festival taking place in Hai Phong. Because the festival only  
(
23) ___place for one day, hundreds of people crowded into it. It was the biggest food festival I had  
ever seen. There (24) __ thirty countries participating in the festival. They
ought with them  
traditional food specialities which reflected their unique national(25)______.  
I was really impressed (26) ___the Co
salad. It is an American garden salad made from chopped  
salad greens, tomato, bacon, chicken
east, hard-boiled egg, avocado, cheese, and red-wine  
vinaigrette. (27)___the salad requires quite a few ingredients, it is not quick to make.  
Question 23. A. ran  
Question 24. A. are  
Question 25. A. cooking  
Question 26. A. by  
Question 27. A. But  
B. took  
B. is  
B. food  
B. at  
C. went  
C. was  
C. foods  
C. in  
D. found  
D. were  
D. cuisine  
D. on  
B. Although  
C. Because  
D. So  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect answer to each of the questions from 41 to 45  
Changes in care giving roles  
With the burden of financial support reduced, and with a changing concept of a father‟s role,  
modern day fathers tend to be more involved in children‟s care giving. They are now spending more  
time and energy on their children. Psychological research across families from all ethnic backgrounds  
suggests that the influence of a father‟s love and attention is as great as that of a mother‟s. Fatherly  
love helps children develop a sense of their place in the world, which helps their social and emotional  
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development. Moreover, children who receive more love from their fathers are less likely to have  
behavioural problems.  
This trend is still increasing and its effects will become clearer and clearer in the future, especially in  
traditionally male-dominated societies.  
Question 28. Which of these is NOT the traditional role of a father?  
A. financial supporter  
B. teacher of moral values C. religious educator  
D. caregiver  
Question 29. Social welfare programmes ___________.  
A. support families financially  
C. educate fathers about their responsibilities  
B. help mothers with domestic abuse  
D. train caregivers  
Question 30. The influence of a mother’s love is ___________ that of the father’s.  
A. more important than  
C. much greater than  
B. less important than  
D. as important as  
Question 31. Children who get more fatherly love will _______ behavioural problems.  
A. never have any B. have more C. have fewer D. have a lot of  
Question 32.The changing roles of the father will be seen more clearly in ___________.  
A. ethnic groups  
B. developed countries  
C. economically independent societies  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
D. traditionally male-dominated societies  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
3
3
3
3. The mechanic serviced my car last week.=> I……………………………………………  
4. I‟m always nervous when I travel by air.=> Traveling…………………………………………….  
5. He couldn‟t afford to buy the car.=> The car……………………………………………….  
6. “Why don‟t you put your luggage under the seat?” he asked.=> He  
suggested………………………………  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not  
change the given words in any ways  
3

3

3

4

7. Although he had a good salary, he was unhappy in his job. (IN SPITE OF)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. I‟m so
y I missed your birthday party. (WISH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. They haven‟t cleaned the streets this week. (BEEN)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. Apples are usually cheaper than oranges. (EXPENSIVE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 30  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is  
pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.  
Question 1: A. wicked  
Question 2: A. head  
B. watched  
B.
ead  
C. stopped  
C. clean  
D. cooked  
D. lead  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word differs from the other  
three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.  
Question 3: A. familiar  
Question 4: A. disappear  
contractual  
B. impatient  
B. a
angement  
C. uncertain  
C. opponent  
D. a
ogant  
D.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning  
to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.  
Question 5: When I turned up, the town hall was already full of teenagers.  
A. look  
Question 6: She turned down the new job in New York because she didn't want to move.  
A. turn on B. refused C. turn off  
B. packed  
C. crowded  
D. jammed  
D. look up  
Mark the letter A, B C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning  
to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.  
Question 7: He is a typical optimist, always looking on the
ight side of everything.  
A. pessimist  
B. introvert  
C. extrovert  
D. activist  
Question 8: When I was going shopping yesterday, I accidentally met one of my old friends in high  
school.  
A. by far  
purpose  
B. by heart  
C. by chance  
D. on  
Read the following passage and blacken the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect answer to each of the questions.  
Columbus crossed the Atlantic Ocean three times. His first voyage
ought him fame and  
popularity - he discovered a new continent. But he had enemies who wanted to get rid of him. On his  
second voyage the Government of the country that Columbus himself discovered threw him into  
prison.  
He was sent back to Spain as a prisoner. But Columbus succeeded in proving that the lies his  
enemies spread about him were untrue, and the Spanish Government gave him four ships to start on a  
new voyage. But this third voyage was unfortunate from the beginning. The ships were met by te
ible  
storms and the time he reached the shores of Haiti, Columbus lost three of them. The remaining ship  
was about to go down when Columbus reached the island.  
It took Columbus almost a year to return to Spain. He was unhappy, disappointed and
oken in  
health. Worst of all, everyone forgot his achievements. He died in poverty in 1506 without knowing  
that he discovered a new world. Before Columbus died, another traveller named Amerigo Vespussi  
returned to Spain. He travelled along the coast of the land that Columbus discovered, and he proved  
that it was not the coast of India, as Columbus thought, but unknown continent.  
For a long time the new continent was called the New World. But at last, they decided to name  
it America, in honour of Amerigo, whose voyage showed it was not India. America was discovered by  
Columbus in 1492. It was named America in 1506, the year in which Columbus died.  
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Question 9. Columbus was famous and popular for.......  
A. his three voyages  
C. having many enemies  
B. discovering a new world  
D. being thrown into prison  
Question 10. When he returned to Spain, Columbus lived.......  
A. very happily B. in good health C. in poverty  
life  
Question 11. Columbus died in 1506 without knowing that he himself......  
D. a better  
A. had reached a new continent  
C. showed the world the unknown continent  
B. had discovered the coast India  
D. proved the new land to be America  
Question 12. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?  
A. Columbus thought he had come to the coast of India.  
B. People did not recognize Columbus' achievement.  
C. The new continent was named after Amerigo.  
D. The new continent was discovered by Amerigo.  
Question 13. The phrase "in honour of” used in the last paragraph mostly means.......  
A. in order for something to be done  
C. in terms of someone's honour  
B. in order to show admiration for  
D. on account of someone's honour  
Read the following passage and blacken the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect word for each of the blanks  
As a child, Phong always dreamt of going (14) ______ to study. After he graduated from high school,  
his parents sent him over to New Zealand to attend college. Phong was very happy that his dream  
finally (15) ______ true.  
When he first a
ived in the country, Phong‟s English was not very good and sometimes he did not  
(16) ______ what other people said. He also had difficulties in class because he was not familiar with  
the new teaching and learning method. He felt lonely in this new place, and missed all his buddies in  
Viet Nam. The food there was so different (17) ______ what his mum used to cook for him. And for  
the first time in his life, Phong had to think about his finances, and to plan his spending carefully. But  
Phong was young and enthusiastic. He learnt to adapt to this new environment. After two years, Phong  
is now very fluent in English and has achieved the top academic award at his school. He has a lot of  
friends from different countries. He is even good (18) ______ being able to earn money for his daily  
needs from his part-time job at a restaurant.  
Question 14. A. travelling  
Question 15. A. become  
Question 16. A. understand  
Question 17. A. to  
B foreign  
B. came  
B. like  
B. for  
B. than  
C. up  
D a
oad  
D. come  
D. consider  
D. about  
D. that  
C. turned  
C. care  
C. as  
Question 18. A. of  
C. at  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions  
Question 19. All the best theatres and restaurants are ____ within a few minutes' walk of each other.  
A. laid D. stood  
Question 20. Would you like to live in a modern house or a(n) ___________ cottage?  
A. picturesque B. awful C. te
ible D. bad  
B. situated  
C. seated  
Question 21. A ________ is a solid figure or object, made by carving or shaping wood, stone, clay,  
etc.  
A. painting  
B. sculpture  
C. medal  
D. picture  
Question 22. Ho Chi Minh City has been divided into twenty-four ______divisions since December 2003.  
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A. administer  
B. administration  
C. administrative  
D. administrator  
Question 23. A ___________ is a castle on high ground in or near a city, where people could go when  
the city was being attacked.  
A. cathedral  
B. monument  
C. centre  
D. citadel  
Question 24. The station building used to be a high wooden ___________ with a curved roof.  
A. facility  
Question 25. The new sports ___________ has six tennis courts.  
A. complex B. match C. medium  
B. ca
iage  
C. complex  
D. structure  
D. game  
Question 26. The local government is introducing tougher ___________ to preserve historical sites.  
A. measures  
Question 27. The pagoda is in a beautiful ___________, close to the sea.  
A. spaces B. setting C. tower  
B. actions  
C. plans  
D. steps  
D. set  
Question 28. There is general ___________ that Vietnamese students lack knowledge of the natural,  
or man-made, wonders of Viet Nam.  
A. accepting  
B. saying  
C. recognition  
D. undertakin  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs  
co
ection in each of the following questions  
Question 29. The typhoon may damage the water pipes they supply our home.  
A
B
C
D
Question 30. Tom enjoys festivals in Vietnam despite he doesn‟t understand Vietnamese cultural very much.  
A
B
C
D
Question 31 You have never used a computer before, haven‟t you?  
A
B
C
D
Question 32. Minh asked me how far is it from the airport to my house.  
A
B
C
D
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
3. I advice you to put your money in the bank.=>  
You‟d………………………………………………………  
4. That restaurant is so dirty that no one wants to eat there.=> It is  
such…………………………………………  
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5. I‟ll pick the children up if you like.=> Would you…………………………………………  
3
6. He objected to the fact that his secretary came to work late.=> He was  
annoyed……………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the  
given words in any ways  
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7. Tom is the most industrious pupil. (NO OTHER)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. She isn‟t accustomed to life in London. (USED TO)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. “Don‟t forget to phone the office,” she told him. (REMINDED)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. I‟m afraid I haven‟t got time to listen to you. (WISH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 31  
Năm học 2019-2020  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other  
three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions from 1 to 2.  
Question 1. A. prefer  
Question 2. A. communication  
B. differ  
B. attraction  
C. receive  
C. respect  
D. record  
D. machine  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 3 to 7.  
The English language began(3)…….England, of course. But when people went from England  
to(4)…….countries, they
ought their language with them. The first English people come to North  
America(5)……many things that they did not know about before, especially different kinds of animals  
and plants. So they took the(6)……for these plants and animals from the people(7)…….were already  
living in America-the Indians. “Raccoon”, “skunk”, “tomato”, “tobacco” are all American Indian  
words.  
Question 3. A. in  
B. on  
B. other  
B. looked  
B. vocabulary  
B. which  
C. at  
D. above  
D. lot  
D. heard  
D. words  
D. whose  
Question 4. A. newly  
Question 5. A. watched  
Question 6. A. languages  
Question 7. A. that  
C. much  
C. saw  
C. tongue  
C. who  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part  
differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions from 8 to 9  
Question 8. A. saved  
Question 9. A. double  
B. helped  
B. enough  
C. looked  
C. resource  
D. reduced  
D. rough  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions from 10 to 19  
Question 10. The paintings ________ Mr. Brown has in his house are worth around £100,000.  
A. whose  
Question 11________ is visiting important and historic places in a city or an area as a tourist.  
A. Travelling B. Sightseeing C. Wandering D. Sunbathing  
Question 12. All _________ must complete a visa form upon a
ival at Singapore airport.  
B. which  
C. what  
D. whom  
A. tourists  
Question 13. The garlic sausage is also sold pre-packed in _________.  
A. slices B. stalks C. sticks  
B. departures  
C. customers  
D. passengers  
D. packets  
Question 14________ people never seem to put on weight, while others are always on a diet.  
A. All B. One C. Few D. Some  
Question 15. Travellers are advised to find an alternative _____ during road repairs.  
A. field B. direction C. route D. itinerary  
Question 16. All food products should ca
y a list of _________ on the packet.  
A. elements B. materials C. foods D. ingredients  
Question 17. Traditionally, an „English
eakfast‟ is a large cooked
eakfast, usually _____ bacon and  
eggs, toast, baked beans, black pudding, and tea or coffee.  
A. making of  
B. having  
C. consisting of  
D. existing of  
Question 18. If you want to stay slim and healthy, you _____ reduce the amount of fast food you eat  
every day.  
A. may  
B. should  
C. need  
D. would  
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Question 19. I have _____ older
other and ____ younger sister.  
A. an. . . a B. an. . . an C. a. . . a  
D. a. . . an  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect answer to each of the questions from 20 to 24  
The price of holidays can fluctuate a great deal throughout the year, so you can save a lot if you  
are flexible with your travel dates and avoid peak holiday times. It can be also cheaper if you book  
well in advance. Before your departure, make sure you get as much information about your destination  
as you can. Find out if you require any special visas or permits to travel there. Think about spending  
money as well. Will you be able to access your own money easily enough or will you need to take cash  
with you? Think about eating larger lunches and smaller evening meals to help your money go further,  
as lunch is generally cheaper. Make sure that you keep sufficient identification with you at all times. It  
may also help to email a copy of your passport details to yourself, in case it is lost or stolen. Label  
your suitcases clearly so that they can be easily identified as yours. It can be useful to store a copy of  
your itinerary in a prominent place in your suitcase so that the airline will know where to find you if  
your luggage gets lost. Be sure to pack any medication or other essential items in your hand luggage. If  
your flight is delayed, or your luggage is lost, these can be difficult to obtain in an airport or foreign  
country.  
Question 20.Which can be the best title for the passage?  
A. Travel procedures  
B. Travel advice  
C. How to adjust travel dates  
D. Protect your luggage  
Question 21. Which one of these is NOT advisable according to the passage?  
A. Research your destination  
C. Apply for visas if necessary  
B. Always
ing identification  
D. Save money by cutting out dinner  
Question 22. According to the passage, your luggage should be ___________.  
A. stored in a safe place  
C. packed with your passport  
B. tagged in case of being lost  
D. painted a
ight colour  
Question 23. The underlined word „it‟ refers to your ___________.  
A. identification B. luggage C. passport  
Question 24. It can be infe
ed from the passage that ___________.  
D. flight  
A. travelling may cost more in peak season  
C. larger lunches cost more than smaller ones  
B. you must always take cash with you  
D. you can‟t get back your lost luggage overseas  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part to that needs  
co
ection to each of the following questions from 25 to 27.  
Question 25. Jupiter, who is the largest planet in our solar system, has more gravity than the Earth.  
A
B
C
D
Question 26. My friend Russ is interested in to work in advertising.  
A
B
C
D
Question 27.Although the low wage, he agreed to take the job.  
A
B
C
D
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part to that needs  
co
ection to each of the following questions from 28 to 29.  
Question 28. “Shall we go out for dinner?”.  
A. No, I wouldn‟t. That‟s boring  
C. That‟s a good idea.  
B. I‟d love  
D. You can say that again.  
Question 29. –Peter: “ Do you mind if I use your pencil?” -Katy: “………”  
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A. So
y. I have no idea.  
B. Never mind. Help yourself  
C. Certainly, it‟s true  
C. That‟s a good idea.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning  
to theunderlined word(s) in each of the following questions 30  
Question 30: Travel insurance is sometimes mistaken for temporary health insurance, but the two are  
actually different.  
A. transitory  
B. passing  
C. mutable  
D. permanent  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to  
the underlined word in each of the following questions from 31 to 32.  
Question 31. Monday is blue. I do not have any mind to work.  
A.happy  
Question 32. My parents started this store when I was 6.  
A.stopped B.set up C. 
ought  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
B.optimistic  
C. hope  
D.tired  
D.finished  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words (questions from 33 to 36).  
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3
3
3
3. The police has just released John.=> John……………………………………………….  
4. I couldn‟t hear them because they were speaking too softly.=> They were speaking………  
5. We spent 5 hours getting to London.=> It took……..  
6. I get to work in 20 minutes.=> It ………………  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets . Do not change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to  
4
0).  
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7. It is necessary that this work be finished by Monday. (MUST)  

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8. It‟s a pity I didn‟t take my doctor‟s advice. (WISH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. The
ead is so tale we can‟t eat it. (ENOUGH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. Who does this bag belong to? (WHOSE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
_________THE END__________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 32  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is OPPOSITE in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
1
. He was asked to account for his presence at the scene of crime.  
A. complain  
B. exchange  
C. explain  
D.  
a
ange  
2
. I‟ll take the new job whose salary is fantastic.  
A. reasonable  
B. acceptable  
C. pretty high  
D. wonderful  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in each sentence.  
. China is _____ far the most populated country in the world.  
A. as B. by C. so  
. The hotel is beautifully _____ in a quiet spot near the river.  
A. located B. situating C. lying  
. A _____ is a cave that is big enough for humans to go inside.  
A. cavern B. bay C. fortress  
. If I were in your_____, I‟d take it easy and try to forget it.  
A. shoe B. shoes C. sandal  
. _____ this hand-em
oidered picture was expensive, we bought it.  
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4
5
6
7
8
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1
1
1
D. to  
D. stayed  
D. temple  
D. sandals  
D. Despite  
D. „Vietlish‟  
A. As  
. _____ is a mix of English, Malay, Mandarin.  
A. „Hinglish‟ B. „Singlish‟  
B. Because  
C. Even though  
C. „Thailish‟  
.My friend, _____bicycle was stolen last week, has decided to buy a moto
ike  
A. whom  
. You have cleaned your bike, ________?  
A. have you B. do you  
B. which  
C. who  
D. whose  
C. haven‟t you  
D. don‟t you  
D. the most large  
D. Good job!  
1. Son Doong Cave is recognised as _____ cave in the world by BCRA.  
A. the larger than B. the largest C. the larger  
2. "Mum. I‟ve got 600 on the TOEFL test" - "……………."  
A. Good way! B. You are right. C. Oh, hard luck!  
3. Tom: “How did you get here?" - John: “…………………”  
A. I came here last night.  
C. The train is so crowded.  
B. I came here by train.  
D. Is it far from here?  
Choose one word (A, B, C or D) whose stress pattern is different from the others.  
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4. A. adolescence  
5. A. factor  
B. multicultural  
B. event  
C. metropolitan  
C. complex  
D. limestone  
D. tunnel  
Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the  
others.  
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6. A. fabulous  
7. A. bilingual  
B. administrative  
B. dialect  
C. paradise  
C. simmer  
D. u
an  
D. pile-up  
Choose the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting.  
1
8. I asked him how far was it to the station if I went there by taxi .  
A
B
C
D
1
9. Linda has worn her new yellow dress only once since she buys it.  
A
B
C
D
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2
0. Don‟t put too much garlic in the salad; two bunches are enough.  
A B  
C
D
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is CLOSEST in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
2
1. The boy was
ought up with a family in the countryside.  
A. reared B. 
ed C. raised  
2. As a government official, Benjamin Franklin often traveled a
oad.  
A. widely B. secretly C. alone  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers (A, B, C or D).  
D. grown  
2
D. overseas  
Every day on radio, on TV, and in the newspaper, we hear, see or read about many problems in the  
world, for example, pollution problems.  
Air pollution is the first kind. It mostly comes from fumes released from moto
ikes, cars, airplanes,  
trains and poisonous gases emitted from factories. Also, waste is dumped anywhere, even in the city  
where many people are living. The second pollution problem is sea pollution. Many people earn their  
living from fishing in the sea, and the fish they catch feed many people. But the sea has become so  
polluted from oil spills and factory wastes that the fish are dying. This is not only killing the fish, but  
is also affecting those people who eat fish.  
Seldom do you find a place nowadays that is not polluted. This problem is growing more difficult  
every day. We must find a good solution that makes the world a better place to live.  
2
3. We hear, see and read about problems in the world _________  
A. once a week  
B. every day  
C. every week D. every year  
2
4. What causes the air pollution?  
A. fumes from vehicles.  
C. waste from everywhere  
B. poisonous gases from factories.  
D. All are co
ect  
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2
2
5. The sea has become polluted because of _________  
A. oil spills  
C. smoke from factories  
B. factories wastes  
D. A and B are co
ect  
6. In order to make the world a better place to live, we _________  
A. should not prevent pollution  
C. should kill the fish.  
B. must find a good solution.  
D. None is co
ect.  
7. The word “This” in the passage refers to _________  
A. pollution B. oil C. factory  
D. sea  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate co
ect word  
for each of the blanks  
SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a deadly disease. Scien haven't found the (28)......of  
this disease. SARS is dangerous because it develops quickly. Patients normally (29)......a high fever, a  
sore throat, and cough. Their body temperature is (30)......38°C.  
Antibiotics cannot cure SARS, and scientists are looking for a (31)..... to prevent the disease. Before  
they can find one, it is important to have a (32) ......lifestyle. You should keep fit, have plenty of fresh  
air, and eat lot foods with vitamin C.  
2
2
3
3
3
8. A. reason  
9. A. make  
0. A. above  
1. A. treatment  
2. A. healthy  
B. cause  
B. take  
B. below  
B. cure  
B. rich  
C. source  
C. have  
C. more  
C. tablet  
C. wealthy  
D. ground  
D. receive  
D. on  
D. vaccine  
D. strong  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
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Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
3
3
3. My boyfriend is very short-tempered.=> My boyfriend loses…………………………  
4. You can use it as long as you like, and it won‟t wear out.=> No matter…….………………………  
5. If the work is finished by lunchtime you can go home.=>  
Get………………………………………………….  
6. How have you been getting on with your enquiries?=> How  
3
much……………………………………..  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the word in  

ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to 40).  
3

3

3

4

7. I gave Ted the massage, but he already knew about it. (NEEDN‟T)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. The trains couldn‟t run because of the snow. (PREVENTED)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. I didn‟t a
ived in time to see him. (ENOUGH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. I‟m so
y I was rude to you yesterday. (APOLOGIZE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 33  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Choose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest.  
1
2
. A. sociable  
. A. baskets  
B. ocean  
B. books  
C. receive  
C. roofs  
D. special  
D. changes  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is differently from that of the other.  
3
4
. A. capable  
. A. fluent  
B. different  
B. language  
C. difficult  
C. explore  
D. delightful  
D. massive  
Mark the letter A, B, C, D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the  
underlined part  
5
. I could see the finish line and thought I was home and dry.  
A. hopeless B. hopeful C. successful  
. Carpets from countries such as Persia and Afghanistan often fetch high prices in the United States.  
A. Artifacts B. Pottery C. Rugs Textiles  
D. unsuccessful  
6
D
.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word (s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined  
word(s)  
7
. Because Jack defaulted on his loan, the bank took him to court.  
A.failed to pay  
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A.elicited  
B. paid in full  
C.had a bad personality D. was paid much money  
. His career in the illicit drug trade ended with the police raid this morning .  
C. secret D. legal  
B. i
egular  
Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.  
. Tom: “How did you get here?" - John: “…………………”  
9
A. I came here last night.  
C. The train is so crowded.  
B. I came here by train.  
D. Is it far from here?  
1
0. That tall woman, ……….career is very successful, usually helps children in this orphanage.  
A. that B. what C. which D. whose  
1. If you come to England, it will be a good ________ for you to improve your English.  
A. opportunity B. advantage C. experience D. possibility  
2. Of those _______ took the test last week, Phong is the only one who didn‟t study for it.  
A. who B. whom C. which D. whose  
3. You have cleaned your bike, ________?  
A. have you B. do you  
4. Why don‟t you have your house _____________?  
A. repainted B. repaint C. to repaint  
5 . She suggested ……….. money for the poor people in the region.  
A. to save B. saved C. saving  
6. I can‟t _______ your loud music any longer. I‟m leaving.  
A. make out B. keep up with C. hold on to  
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C. haven‟t youD. don‟t you  
D. repainting  
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1
1
1
D. save  
D. put up with  
7. Women nowadays have the freedom to __________ whether or not they have children.  
A. know B. select C. choose D. elect  
8. "Mum. I‟ve got 600 on the TOEFL test" - "……………."  
A. Good way! B. You are right. C. Oh, hard luck!  
Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of each sentence  
9. I asked him how far was it to the station if I went there by taxi .  
D. Good job!  
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A
B
C
D
2
2
0. Although he was tired, but he still went to work yesterday.  
A
B
C
D
1. My family spent an interested holiday in Europe last summer.  
A
B
D
D
Read the text carefully, and then choose the most suitable answers (A, B, C or D).  
Face-to-face conversation is a two-way process: You speak to me, I reply to you and so on.  
Two-way (22)_______ depends on having a coding system that is understood by both sender and  
(23)_______, and an agreed convention about signaling the beginning and end of the message. In  
speech, the coding system is the language like English or Spanish; the convention that one person  
speaks at a time may seem too obvious to mention. In fact, the signals (24)_______ in conversation  
and meetings are often (25)_______. For example, lowering the pitch of the voice may mean the end  
of a sentence, a sharp intake of
eath may signal the desire to inte
upt, catching the chairman‟s eye  
may indicate the desire to speak in a formal setting like a debate, a clenched fist may indicate anger.  
When (26)_______ visual signals are not possible, more formal signals may be needed.  
2
2
2
2
2
2: A. Exchange  
3: A. Announcer  
4: A. That people use  
5: A. Informal  
6: A. their  
B. Interchange  
B. Receiver  
B. Are used  
B. non-ve
al  
B. These  
C. Communication D. Co
espondence  
C. Messenger  
C. Using  
C. ve
al  
C. This  
D. Transmitter  
D. Being used  
D. formal  
D. That  
Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each question.  
Do you ever think about what schools will be like in the future? Many people think that  
students will study most regular classes such as maths, science and history online.  
Students will probably learn these subjects anywhere using a computer. What will happen if students  
have problems with a subject? They might connect with a teacher through live video conferencing.  
Expert teachers from learning centres will give students help wherever they live.  
Students will still take classes in a school, too. Schools will become places for learning social  
skills. Teachers will guide students in learning how to work together in getting along with each other.  
They will help students with group projects both in and out of the classroom.  
Volunteer work and working at local businesses will teach students important life skills about  
the world they live in. This will help students become an important part of their communities.  
Some experts say it will take five years for changes to begin in schools. Some say it will take longer.  
Most people agree, though, that computers will change education the way TVs and telephones changed  
life for people all over the world years before.  
2
7. What will happen if students meet difficulties with a subject?  
A. Teachers from learning centres will give them help through live video conferencing.  
B. They will meet their teachers in person for help with problems with the subject.  
C. They will telephone the teachers who are staying at the school to seek their help.  
D. Schools will organise a live video conference for teachers to help students with problems.  
8. Students will still go to school to _____ .  
2
A. learn all subjects  
B. play with their friends  
C. use computers  
D. learn social skills  
2
9. The main role of teachers in the future will be _____ .  
A. providing students with knowledge  
C. helping students with group projects  
B. guiding students to learn computers  
D. organising live video conferences  
3
0. Students will learn important life skills through _______ .  
A. going to school every day B. taking online classes  
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C. working in international businesses  
1. What is the main idea of the passage?  
D. doing volunteer work  
3
A. Kids won‟t have to go to school in the future.  
B. Computers will change education in the  
D. Teachers will help students from home in  
future.  
C. All classes will be taught online in the future.  
the future.  
2. Let‟s face _____ we are destroying the environment and we need to do something now.  
A. truth B. facts C. things D. information  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
3
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
3
3
3. She didn‟t hu
y, so she missed the train.=> If………………………………………….  
4. Ba
ara is the best tennis-player in the club.=> No one………………………………………  
5. I haven‟t seen that man here before.=>  
It‟s……………………………………………………………………..  
6. The furniture was so expensive that I didn‟t buy it.=> The furniture was  
3
too…………………………….  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways  
3

3

3

4

7. The ro
ers made the bank manager hand over on the money. (WAS)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. Tom learned to drive when he was nineteen. (SINCE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. She had never been so unhappy before. (THAN)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0 It was so late that nothing could be done. (TOO)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 34  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Choose the word whose stress pattern is differently from that of the other.  
1
2
. A dynamite  
. A minority  
B. institute  
B. communicate  
C. hamburger  
C. cele
ation  
D. opinion  
D. efficiency  
Read the following passages and choose the best answer for each blanket.  
Rivers all of the world‟s most important natural resources. Many cities are on large rivers,  
and__________ every country has at least one river that plays an important part in the lives if its  
people.  
Besides transportation, rivers _________ food , water for crops , water to drink and opportunities  
for recreation for people who live along their bank and in order to get water for crops engineer  
sometimes build a dam__________ a river and let the water become a lake behind the dam. Then  
people can use their water not only to i
igate fields but also to make electricity for home and  
industries.  
However the water often becomes__________ when cities on river bank grow inside and the  
number of industries increases. We are learning that it is necessary to keep rivers clean if we want to  
enjoy the ________ of the natural resources.  
3
4
5
6
7
. A many  
. A. provided  
. A. over  
. A. crowed  
. A. interests  
B. a lot  
B. support  
B. across  
B. overloaded  
B. benefits  
C. plenty  
C. assist  
C. among  
C. polluted  
C. tips  
D. almost  
D .create  
D. under  
D. excited  
D. receipts  
Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each question.  
Tigers are one of the most powerful and graceful animals in the world. The different species  
that still exist today, namely the Bengal, Indochina, Siberian, South China and Sumatra tigers are in  
danger of becoming extinct. Due to i
esponsible hunting, the Bali, Caspian and Java tigers have  
already become extinct. This could soon happen to the other species too.  
In the past, tigers were considered as pests. With a smaller area to hunt, as man had taken up  
more of the land to build upon, the tigers found less area for themselves to hunt. They thus turned to  
farms to get their food. Farmers‟ livestock were attacked by these tigers. People were then encouraged  
to hunt and kill these animals with the promise of rewards. Even after the threat of tigers on livestock  
was over, man continued to hunt tigers, this time for recreation. Poachers too hunt tigers for their body  
parts knowing that the skin of tigers is much sought after. Bones and other organs are also used as  
ingredients in traditional Chinese medicine. Although killing is illegal, it is still being ca
ied out  
unless it is stopped, the remaining species of tigers will soon become extinct too.  
8
. How many species of tigers were there originally?  
A. three B. Four C. Five  
. There were fewer hunting grounds for the tigers because _____  
D. eight  
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A. man had occupied the land  
C. the tiger population was becoming bigger  
B. the farmers put their livestock there  
D. they liked hunting livestock  
1
0. Man continues hunting tigers even they are no longer pests because _____  
A. he treats it as a form of recreation  
C. he still thinks tigers are pests  
B. he loves tigers very much  
D. he wants to make the tigers extinct  
1
1. Poachers are people who _____  
A. look after tigers  
B. make Chinese medicine  
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C. hunt tigers illegally  
2. Illegal poaching will _____  
D. hunt tigers‟ body parts  
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A. cause the extinction of tigers  
B. increase the amount of Chinese medicine  
C. increase the amount of Chinese medicine  
D. increase the price of body parts  
Find a mistake in the four underlined parts of each sentence.  
1
1
1
3.The cost of living has gone up considerably the last few years  
A
B
C
D
4. I think your garden needs to weed and you had better do it right now  
A
B
C
D
5. Can you tell me where that apples over there come from?  
A
B
C
D
Mark the letter A, B, C, D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the  
underlined part .  
1
6. Around 150 B.C. the Greek astronomer Hipparchus developed a system to classify stars according  
to
ightness.  
A. record  
B. shine  
C. categorize  
D. diversify  
1
7. In the future, fathers may be externally employed or stay at home and look after their children.  
A. do extra work  
B. go out to work  
C. work full-time  
D. Work part-time  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word (s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined  
word(s)  
1
8. The International Organizations are going to be in a temporary way in the country.  
A. soak  
B. permanent  
C. complicated  
C. windy  
D. guess  
D. hot  
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9. There has been no rain for a long time, so land is getting more and more ba
en.  
A. wet  
B. dry  
Choose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the  
rest.  
2
2
0. A parachute  
1. A causal  
B chorus  
B television  
C scheme  
C pleasure  
D choir  
D decision  
Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.  
2. I‟m really looking _____ Christmas this year  
2
A into  
B after  
C out for  
D forward to  
D .been replaced  
D. will obey  
D .least  
2
3. We have had the roof of our house _____  
A. replace  
B. replaced  
C. to replace.  
2
4. If everybody _____ the traffic ruled, the road will be much safer  
A. obey  
B .obeys  
C. obeyed  
C. fewest  
C. does she  
2
5. There are_____ chairs in this room than in that room  
A .fewer  
B. less  
2
6. Susan rarely stays up late, _____?  
A .is she  
B. isn‟t she  
D .doesn‟t she  
2
_
7.Tom wasn‟t there last night?  
No _____  
A .I wasn‟t neither B. either was I  
8._ Are you leaving ?  
Yes, but I wish I _____ to go  
C. I wasn‟t too  
D. neither I was  
2
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A .don‟t have  
2
A . which  
B .will not have  
C. may not have  
9. He showed us the house _____ he was born.  
C. in where  
D. didn‟t have  
B. in which  
D. in that  
3
0. We _____ the plumbers to install an air conditioner in the living room.  
A. had  
B. got  
C. made  
D. a
anged  
3
1. There‟s _____ in trying to contact him as he‟s touring Europe.  
A. no way  
B. nowhere  
C. no point  
D. no quarter  
3
2 “What does your
other do?”  
“_____”  
A. he is painting in his room  
C. he is still single  
B. he is a painter  
D .he likes to paint pictures  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
3
=
3
=
3
=
3
=
3. He left school and then joined the army.  
> After …………………………………………………………………  
4. The leak was repaired by the plumber this morning.  
> The plumber …………………………………………………………..  
5. This flower is very beautiful!  
> How …………………………………………………………………!  
6. Somebody stole his watch yesterday.  
> His watch ………………………………………………………………  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways  
3
_
3
_
3
_
4
_
7. The last time she had a swim was five years ago. (HAS)  
_______________________________________________________________________________  
8. I asked the hotel porter to wake me at 8 o‟clock the following morning. (PLEASE)  
_______________________________________________________________________________  
9. They‟ll have to change the date of the meeting again. (CHANGED)  
_______________________________________________________________________________  
0. The garage is going to repair the car for us next week. (HAVE)  
_______________________________________________________________________________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 35  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points )  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part  
from the other three in pronunciation in the following question from 1 to 2.  
1
2
: A. talked  
: A. flood  
B. watched  
B. moon  
C. lived  
C. food  
D. stopped  
D. soon  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the  
other three in the position of primary stress in the following question from 3 to 4.  
3
4
: A. engineer  
: A. popular  
B. corporate  
B. position  
C. difficult  
C. ho
ible  
D. different  
D. positive  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs  
co
ection in the following question from1 5 to 7.  
5
6
7
: Mr. Smith is going to buy a new Japanese car, doesn‟t he?  
A
B
C
D
: One of the most urgent problem, facing us now is the need to control population growth.  
A
B
C
D
: If I were you, I didn‟t buy that expensive car.  
A
B
C
D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to  
the underlined word in each of the following question from 8 to 9  
8
: Frank never turns up on time for a meeting.  
A.calls B.a
ives  
: My father still hasn‟t really recovered from the death of my mother.  
A. looked after B. taken after C. gone off D. got over  
C.reports  
D.prepares  
9
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning  
to the underlined word in each of the following question from 10 to 11  
1
0: She had a cozy little apartment in Boston.  
A. uncomfortable  
B. warm  
C. lazy  
D. dirty  
1
1: He was so insubordinate that he lost his job within a week.  
A. fresh  
B. disobedient  
C. obedient  
D. understanding  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions 12 to 20  
1
1
1
2. If I were a flower, I …………..a sunflower.  
A. was B. were  
3. Nobody went to the party, ………..?  
C. will be  
D. would be  
C. didn‟t they D. did they  
A. does he  
B. do they  
4. Is English a(n) ………… language in your country?  
A.mother  
B.bilingual  
C.living  
D.official  
D. down  
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1
1
5. She turned ……..the new job in New York because she didn‟t want to move.  
A. on  
6. One of my friends ……….. is very good at English gives me his tips to learn English well.  
A. What  
7: I wish I …………. my homework last night.  
A. had finished B. finished  
B. off  
C. Up  
B. who  
C. which  
D. whom  
C. have finished  
D. finish  
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1
8. Her teacher suggested she ………. harder to pass the exam.  
A. studies B. Studying C. study  
9. This laptop is much more user-friendly, but it costs…...the other one.  
D. to study  
A. as many as  
C. twice as many  
B. twice as much as  
D. so much as  
2
0: ……….. she‟s young, she‟s the most famous artsan in the village.  
A. When B. Although C. Whereas  
D. In order to  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 21 to 25  
Television is one of man‟s most important means of communication. It
ings events and  
sounds (21)…………..around the world into millions of homes. A person with a television set can sit  
in his house and watch the President making a speech or visit foreign country. He can see a war being  
fought and watch statesmen try 22)………….about peace. Through television home viewers can see  
and learn about people, places, and things all over the world. TV even takes its (23)………..out of this  
world. It
ings them coverage of America‟s astronauts as the astronauts explore outer space. In  
addition to all these things, television
ings its viewers a steady stream of programs that are  
(24)………..to entertain. In fact, TV provides (25)………..entertainment programs than any other  
kinds. The programs include action-packed dramas, light comedies, sporting events and motion  
pictures.  
2
2
2
2
2
1. A. from  
2. A.
ing  
3. A. viewers  
4. A. made  
5. A. many  
B. at  
B.
ought  
B. seers  
B. designed  
B. much  
C. in  
D. to  
C.
inging  
C. dookers  
C. did  
D. to
ing  
D. watchers  
D. built  
C. more  
D. most  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 26 to 30  
Earth, our beautiful home planet, is the only astronomical object to accommodate life as we  
know it. Scientists believe Earth was formed approximately 4.5 billion years ago. It is the fifth-largest  
planet in our solar system. Its equatorial diameter is about 12,074 kilometres. Earth is the third-closest  
planet to the sun. The distance from Earth to the sun is roughly 149,600,000 kilometres. It takes 365.3  
days for Earth to o
it the sun, and 24 hours to rotate on its axis. The surface temperature ranges from -  
8
8 to 58°C. Nearly 70 percent of Earth‟s surface is covered by ocean, which has an average depth of  
about 4 kilometres. In 2015 it was estimated that 7.3 billion humans are living on Earth.  
2
2
2
2
3
6. As we know it, Earth is the only planet that accommodates life. It is ……  
A. habitat  
7. In our solar system, ………….. planets are larger than Earth.  
A. four B. three C. two  
8. There are ………………… planets between Earth and the sun.  
A. four B. two C. three  
9. The hottest place on Earth may have the temperature of ……………..  
A.-88°C B. 40°C C. 58°C  
0. It takes ……………………… for Earth to rotate on its axis.  
A. one day B. one month C. one year  
B. habitual  
C. habitable  
D. habit  
D. five  
D. one  
D. 85°C  
D. one week  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to the  
following exchange. (from 31 to 32)  
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3
3
1: I think we should use less paper so that we can save tres in the forests. –“………………..”  
A. Congratulations  
B. yes,I‟d love to  
C. That‟s a good idea  
D. It‟s nice of you to say so  
2: . John " I've passed my final exams " - Tom ".............."  
A. That's a good idea  
C. Congratulatons !  
B. It's nice of you to say so  
D. Good luck !  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words. (from 33 to 36)  
3
3. The bus takes longer than the train.  
The train……………………………………………………………….  
4. John has not had his hair cut for over six months.  
It is……………………………………………………………………..  
5. Maria says she‟d like to have been put in a higher class.  
Maria wishes…………………………………………………………..  
6. Would you like me to finish the work tonight?  
3
3
3
I‟ll………………………………………………………………………  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to 40).  
3

3

3

4

7. You may get hungry on the train, so take some sandwiches. (IN CASE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. My husband didn‟t leave the car keys, so I couldn‟t pick him up at the station. (IF)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. “I don‟t think John will come”, said Bill. (DOUBTED)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. The postman was bitten by our dog. (BIT)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 36  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part  
differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions from 1 to 2.  
Question 1: A. village  
Question 2: A. simmer  
B. luggage  
B. grill  
C. page  
C. whisk  
D. damage  
D. slice  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the  
other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions from 3 to 4.  
Question 3: A. bilingual  
Question 4: A. effective  
innovation  
B. magnificentC. inaccessibleD. promote  
B. efficiency C. appliance  
D.  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions from 5 to 13.  
Question 5: _____ you water the tree, it will die.  
A. If  
B. Because  
C. Unless  
D. But  
D.  
Question 6: The guidelines in this book can help you become a _________ speaker.  
A. confide  
confidence  
B. confident  
C. confidence  
self-  
Question 7: This carpet really needs_______. Can you do it for me, son?  
A. being cleaned B. Both C and D C. to be cleaned  
D. cleaning  
Question 8: If we go to the Brisbane Institute of English in Australia, we can practice speaking English  
with ______ speakers.  
A. nation  
Question 9: My friend, _____father is a teacher, is very good at English.  
A. whom B. which C. who  
Question 10: The hotel is beautifully _____ in a quiet spot near the river.  
A. located B. situating C. lying  
Question 11: If I were in your_____, I‟d take it easy and try to forget it.  
A. shoe B. shoes C. sandal  
Question 12: . The hotel where we are __________ is quite luxurious.  
A. living B. existing C. remaining  
Question 13: You can learn a lot about the local __________ by talking to local people.  
A. te
itory B. area C. land  
B. national  
C. native  
D. natively  
D. whose  
D. stayed  
D. sandals  
D. staying  
D. nation  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to each  
of the following exchanges from 14 to 15.  
Question 14: “That‟s a beautiful dress you are wearing!” - “___________________”  
A. Can I have it?  
Question 15: "Mum. I‟ve got 600 on the TOEFL test" - "___________________"  
A. Good way! B. You are right. C. Oh, hard luck!  
B. It‟s in the wash  
C. I‟m glad you like it  
D. Oh, no, not really  
D. Good job!  
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word/phrase that is CLOSEST in  
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions from 16 to 17  
Question 16: She lost her temper with a customer and shouted at him.  
A. had a temperature B. kept her temper C. became very angry D. felt wo
ied  
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Question 17: In Africa, many children die from not having enough food.  
A. poverty B. starvation C. drought  
D. malnutrition  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word/phrase that is OPPSITE in  
meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions from 18 to 19.  
Question 18: I could only propose a partial solution to the crisis in the company.  
A. half D. complete  
Question 19:: I clearly remember talking to him in a chance meeting last summer.  
A.unplanned B. deliberate C. accidental unintentional  
B. halfway  
C. effective  
D.  
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs  
co
ecting in each of the following questions from 20 to 22.  
Question 20: The water and land around the chemical factory are serious polluted.  
A
B
C
D
Question 21: Hoang has felt much better when he took the pill.  
A B  
Question 22: Thanks to television, people can enjoy interested programs in an inexpensive and  
C
D
A
B
C
convenient way.  
D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect word/phrase that best fits each of the numbered blank from 23 to 27.  
Sociologists have been ca
ying out research into the social pressures of being a teenager. Many  
adolescents are unhappy at school because they find it difficult to (23)______ friends. This stress can  

ing on illness or result in poor grades. They may also wo
y about their appearance and often feel  
(24)______ enormous pressure to dress, talk and behave the same as (25)_____. This phenomenon is  
called peer pressure, and it is very common in today‟s society. Advertising contributes a lot to the  
social pressures teenagers feel. Advertisers know how important it is to feel that you belong to a group  
when you are in your teens, so they try to persuade teenagers that certain products will make them  
(
26)______ with their classmates. Sadly, many teenagers act i
esponsibly and even do dangerous  
things just to make others accept them. Peer pressure is often the reason for teenage smoking, drug  
27)______ or dangerous driving. Teenagers need to learn to say “no” to social pressure and to find  
friends who they can talk things over with when they have a problem.  
(
2
2
2
2
2
3. A. keep  
4. A. in  
5. A. another  
6. A. common  
7. A. overdose  
B. create  
B. under  
B. the other  
B. popular  
B. abuse  
C. remain  
C. over  
C. others  
C. open  
D. make  
D. below  
D. other  
D. favorite  
D. overuse  
C. addicted  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect answer to each of the following questions from 28 to 32.  
Not so long ago, people only used the telephone to make phone calls. Now, thanks to  
computers, people use their phones to do much more. They can bank by phone, rent videos by phone,  
and even shop by phone. It is also possible to send letters and reports by faxing them over telephone  
lines. People can even use their phone lines to send messages from one computer to another computer  
by electric mail, or e-mail.  
But you don‟t need to be at home or at the office to use the phone anymore. You can ca
y a cellular  
phone in your pocket or keep one in your car. With a cellular phone, anyone who can talk and walk  
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can also phone and walk. You don‟t have to look for a pay phone to make a call anymore. Now you  
can take your calls with you everywhere.  
2
8. The main topic of the passage is______  
A. the use of a telephone in the past.  
C. the convenience of a cellular phone  
B. the use of a cellular phone  
D. cu
ent use of telephones  
2
9. People didn‟t use to______  
A. make phone calls only at home  
C. make only phone calls with the telephone  
B. make phone calls only in the office  
D. shop by phone  
3
0. What are advantages of having a cellular phone?  
A. You can ca
y a cellular phone in your pocket.  
C. With a cellular phone, you can phone and walk.  
B. You can keep it in your car.  
D. All A, B and C  
3
1. With a cellular phone, you can ______  
A. only ca
y it in your pockets  
C. make a phone call everywhere you want  
B. only keep it in your car  
D. phone and walk  
3
2. The word “pay phone” means______  
A. the phone pays you  
C. you pay for the call  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
B. you can phone free of charge  
D. you don‟t pay for the call  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words the following questions from 33 to 36.  
3
3. We couldn‟t drive because of the fog.=>The fog  
prevented……………………………………………….  
4. Although his leg was
oken he managed to get out of the car.=>In  
spite……………………………………..  
5. The cake was so hard so I couldn‟t cat it.=>It  
was…………………………………………………….  
6. We didn‟t go because it rained.=>If it hadn‟t………………………………………………………..  
3
3
3
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways (questions from 37 to 40).  
3

3

3

4

7. I can‟t cook as well as my mother does. (BETTER)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. I don‟t suppose you have change for a pound, do you? (HAPPEN)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. He failed to win the race. (DIDN‟T)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. Mary rang hours and hour ago. (SINCE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
_________THE END__________  
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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 37  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Question 1: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.  
There is growing concern about the way man has destroyed the environment.  
A. ease  
B. consideration  
C. attraction  
D. speculation  
Question 2  
: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word  
OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.  
She is ca
ying out a health project for the disadvantaged in inner cities and rural areas.  
A. coastal  
B. subu
an  
C. u
an  
D. mountainous  
Question 3: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs  
from the other three in the position of primary stress in the following question.  
A. inaccessible  
B. magnificence  
C. musician  
D. imperial  
Question 4: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose  
underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in the following question.  
A. school  
B. spoon  
C. flood  
D. moon  
Question 5: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part  
that needs co
ection in the following question.  
If you don‟t know what to start the computer, you should read this instruction.  
A
B
C
D
Question 6: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose  
underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in the following question.  
A. shops  
B. walks  
C. calls  
D. notes  
Question 7: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST  
in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.  
The three-year-old boy has a cycle with three wheels.  
A. tricycle B.  
unicycle  
C.  
bicycle  
D. motorcycle  
Question 8: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part  
that needs co
ection in the following question.  
When we are on holiday, we used to go to the beach every day.  
A
B
C
D
Question 9: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part  
that needs co
ection in the following question.  
The students seemed very nervously before the final exam.  
A
B
C
D
Question 10: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST  
in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.  
The most important thing is to keep yourself occupied.  
A. relaxed  
B. busy  
C. comfortable  
D. free  
Question 11: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs  
from the other three in the position of primary stress in the following question.  
A. dialect  
B. promote  
C. versatile  
D. accent  
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of  
the following questions from 22 to 33.  
Question 12: It‟s very kind _________you to help me with the homework.  
A. of D. to  
Question 13: Minh is ___________ the most successful student in my class.  
A. by how B. by far C. so now  
Question 14: She asked me where I _________that car.  
A. buy B. bought C. will buy  
B. in  
C. with  
D. so long  
D. can buy  
Question 15: If you had time, I _________to the beach with you this weekend.  
A. go  
Question 16: I am fond of_________to the movies on Sundays  
A. to go B. go C. went  
B. will go  
C. can go  
D. would go  
D. going  
Question 17: Tommy suggested _________a pair of shoes for Dad on his birthday.  
A. buying B. bought C. buy D. to buy  
Question 18: This sports centre is so small that it cannot ______ the demands of local residents.  
A. keep up with  
Question 19: The exam is not difficult _________none of us can do it.  
A. and B. but C. so  
B. face up to  
C. deal about  
D. set up  
D. because  
Question 20: ___________ they moved to the city five years ago, they still remember living in a  
small town.  
A. While  
B. In order that  
C. Although  
D. Whereas  
Question 21: If you want to stay slim and healthy, you _________ reduce the amount of fast food  
you eat every day.  
A. may  
B. should  
C. need  
D. would  
Question 22: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable  
response to the following exchange.  
Peter: Would you mind lending me your bike?  
A. Yes. Here it is B. Not at all C. Great  
John: ______ .  
D. Yes, let‟s  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the  
co
ect answer to each of the questions from 23 to 27  
The price of holidays can fluctuate a great deal throughout the year, so you can save a lot if you are  
flexible with your travel dates and avoid peak holiday times. It can be also cheaper if you book well in  
advance. Before your departure, make sure you get as much information about your destination as you  
can. Find out if you require any special visas or permits to travel there. Think about spending money as  
well. Will you be able to access your own money easily enough or will you need to take cash with  
you? Think about eating larger lunches and smaller evening meals to help your money go further, as  
lunch is generally cheaper. Make sure that you keep sufficient identification with you at all times. It  
may also help to email a copy of your passport details to yourself, in case it is lost or stolen. Label  
your suitcases clearly so that they can be easily identified as yours. It can be useful to store a copy of  
your itinerary in a prominent place in your suitcase so that the airline will know where to find you if  
your luggage gets lost. Be sure to pack any medication or other essential items in your hand luggage. If  
your flight is delayed, or your luggage is lost, these can be difficult to obtain in an airport or foreign  
country.  
Question 23.Which can be the best title for the passage?  
A. Travel procedures  
B. Travel advice  
C. How to adjust travel dates  
D. Protect your luggage  
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Question 24.Which one of these is NOT advisable according to the passage?  
A. Research your destination  
C. Apply for visas if necessary  
B. Always
ing identification  
D. Save money by cutting out dinner  
Question 25.According to the passage, your luggage should be ___________.  
A. stored in a safe place  
C. packed with your passport  
B. tagged in case of being lost  
D. painted a
ight colour  
Question 26.The underlined word „it‟ refers to your ___________.  
A. identification B. luggage C. passport D. flight  
Question 27.It can be infe
ed from the passage that ___________.  
A. travelling may cost more in peak season  
C. larger lunches cost more than smaller ones  
B. you must always take cash with you  
D. you can‟t get back your lost luggage overseas  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 28 to 32.  
Pollution  
We are slowly (28)________ the earth. The seas and rivers are too dirty to swim in. There is so  
much smoke in the air that is unhealthy to live in many of the world‟s cities. In one well-known city,  
for example, (29)________ gases from cars pollute the air so much that traffic policeman have to wear  
oxygen marks.  
We have cut (30)________ so many trees that are now vast areas of wasteland all over the world.  
As a result, farmers in some parts of America can‟t grow enough to eat. In certain countries in Asia,  
there is too little rice. (31)________, we do not take enough care of the countryside. Wild animals are  
quickly disappearing. For distance, tigers are rare in India now because we have killed too many for  
them to survive. We must act now before it is too (32)________ to do anything. Join us now. Save the  
earth. It is too important to ignore.  
Question 28: A. destroying B. destroy  
C. to destroy  
C. poisonously  
C. up  
D. destroyed  
D. poisonous  
D. down  
Question 29: A. poisoned  
Question 30: A. off  
B. poison  
B. into  
Question 31: A. Moreover  
Question 32: A. later  
B. Despite  
B. latest  
C. Although  
C. lately  
D. Because  
D. late  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given word  
3
=
3
=
3
=
3
=
3. I‟m so
y that I didn‟t finish my homework last night.  
>I wish……………………………………………..  
4. She asked Michael how she liked her new dress  
>.“How…………………………………………  
5. A train leaves at 8 o‟clock every morning.  
>There is………………………………………………  
6. Nobody can deny that she has a beautiful voice.  
>It………………………………………………………  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways  
3

3
7. I would like you to help me to put the chairs away. (MIND)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. The child will die if nobody sends for a doctor. (UNLESS)  
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3

4
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. He would prefer you to pay him immediately. (RATHER)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. The water was so cold that the children couldn‟t swim in it. (ENOUGH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  

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ĐỀ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 SỐ 38  
Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part  
from the other three in pronunciation in the following questions.  
Question 1: A. germ  
Question 2: A. buses  
B. regular  
B. speeches  
C. category  
C. noses  
D. pagoda  
D. leaves  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the  
other three in the position of primary stress in the following questions.  
Question 3: A. sewage  
Question 4: A. pollution  
B. simple  
B. visit  
C. ho
y  
C. listen  
D.describe  
D. open  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to  
the underlined word in each of the following questions  
Question 5: : Fruit is customarily treated with sulfur prior to drying to reduce any color change.  
A. previous to B. at the time of D. subsequent to  
: There is no thing to make it likely or certain that he will be at the party.  
A. proof B. promise C. guarantee D. fact  
C. in front of  
6
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning  
to the underlined word in each of the following questions  
Question 7: In remote communities, it's important to replenish stocks before the winter sets in.  
A. remake  
B. empty  
C. refill  
D. repeat  
Question 8: Population growth rates vary among regions and even among countries within the same  
region..  
A. restrain B. stay unchanged C. remain unstable D. fluctuate  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the  
following questions  
Question 9. Are you very busy _________ Monday mornings? – No! I always have time for a cup  
of coffee.  
A. from  
B. to  
C. out  
D. on  
Question 10. London is also known _______ "The Square Mile" beacause its area is almost one  
square mile.  
A. with  
Question 11. She didn't hear the dog barking outside beacause she _________ headphones.  
A. wore B. was wearing C. wearing D. is wearing  
Question 12. That is Maryam, the girl ________ visited Lan and Nga last week.  
A. who B. whom C. whose D. which  
Question 13. She felt a little bit cold, __________ she put on her coat.  
A. or B. because C. so D. but  
Question 14. My Japanese pen pal, Yoko, speaks English very _______.  
A. best B. excellent C. well D. good  
B. of  
C. as  
D. for  
Question 15. I like the new idea of those _____ spoons which can be eaten after use as it is made of  
good rice.  
A. edible  
B. inedible  
C. poisonous  
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D. wooden  
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Question 16. One plastic bottle recycled saves enough energy to run a 60-watt light ________ for 6  
hours.  
A. bulb  
B. standard  
C. electricity  
D. bill  
Question 17. David :"It's te
ible. I don't think I will be able to pass the exam." – Mary : "______"  
A. Let's try it.  
C. Ok. What's that?  
B. Don't wo
y. Everything will be all right.  
D. Why not pass it?  
Question 18. Sue: "You have read that article on the website, haven't you" – Peter : "_______"  
A. Sure, thanks.  
C. Not yet. Why?  
B- Not at all! Go ahead.  
D. Yes, of course, I will.  
Question 19. It is raining very hard. I wish I..............a raincoat.  
A. had had B. will have C. am having  
Question 20. Her aunt suggests that she....................harder on her examination.  
D. had  
D. Works  
A. worked  
B. should work  
C. would work  
PART III. READING  
Choose the word (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage.  
Britain will soon ban smoking in cars with children. Britain's government wants (21)_________ the  
harm cigarette smoke does to children. New laws will cut the chances of chilren passive smoking.  
This is when someone
eathes in the (22)_________from other people's cigarettes. Many studies  
say passive smoking can almost be as (23)__________as actually smoking a cigarette. The British  
government says that it has looked at search poiting out that children who sit in smoke-filled cars  
have (24)__________problems. It is particularly bad in cars because there is so little space, so the  
car fills with smoke very quickly. (25)__________ agrees with the new law. Some lawmakers argue  
that it takes away the freedom for people to smoke in their own car. However, Britain's health  
minister states that the health of children is more important than the freedom to smoke.  
Question 21. A-reduce  
Question 22. A-gas  
Question 23. A-harmful  
Question 24. A-traffic  
Question 25. A-Everyone  
B-to reducing  
B-tobacco  
B-heavy  
C-to reduce  
C-smell  
C-careless  
D-reducing  
D- smoke  
D-tired  
B-housing  
B-No one  
C-health  
C- Not everyone  
D-economic  
D-Every lawmaker  
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate  
the co
ect answer to each of the questions  
Mercury is the smallest member of the sun's family. It is only 3.100 miles across. It is also the  
sun's swiftest planet. Its yearly journey round the sun is only 85 days.Mercury always keeps one side  
towards the sun. On this side it is always day, on the other side always night. We only see the lighted  
side.Mercury appears to us like a yellowish orange star. The nearest planet to the sun, it is always seen  
near the sun, either just before sunrise or soon after sunset. People sometimes call mercury the  
morning star orevening star.  
Mercury is half the size of the earth. Because it is much lighter, it has much less gravity. If you  
can visit Mercury in a spaceship, you will find it a strange world. Its low gravity makes you feel very  
light. If your weight on earth is 100 pounds, your weight on Mercury is only 27 pounds.Looking at the  
sun from Mercury, you can see that it's much more
illiant than it is seen from the earth. And the  
yellow centre of the sun appears three times bigger from Mercury.On its lighted side, Mercury's  
temperature is about 300 degrees centigrade. But the dark side is extremely cold, but 150 degrees  
below zero so mercury is probably the coldest as well as the hottest of the planets.  
Question 26. Mercury is_______.  
A. the sun's fastest planet  
B. the coldest planet  
C. the hottest planet  
D. all are co
ect  
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Question 27. We cannot see the dark side of Mercury because_______.  
A. it moves very fast  
B. it always appears just before sunrise or soon after sunset.  
C. it always keeps one side towards the sun.  
D. it is too far for us to see.  
Question 28. When can we see Mercury? - We can see it_______.  
A. just before the sunset  
C. after the sunset  
B. just before sunrise  
D. both A and C are co
ect  
Question 29. Why do we weigh much on the earth than on Mercury? - Because_______.  
A. Mercury is nearer to the sun.  
B. Mercury has got less gravity than the earth.  
C. Mercury is much hotter.  
D. none are co
ect.  
Question 30. Why does the sun look bigger when it is seen from Mercury? - Because_______.  
A. Mercury is the smallest planet of the sun.  
B. Mercury is nearer to the sun.  
C. Mercury is a light planet.  
D. It only takes Mercury 88 days to move round the sun.  
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs  
co
ection in the following question  
Question 31. My sister enjoys read about wild animals and natural mysteries.  
A
B
C
D
Question 32. Mr. Thach who sing English songs very well is my teacher of English.  
A B  
C
D
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
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3. Somebody repaired her car yesterday.  
>She……………………………………………………………………  
4. You must see the manager tomo
ow morning.  
>You‟ve………………………………………………….  
5. There was never any answers when we rang.  
> Every…………………………………………………………  
6. That‟s an insulting name to use for him.  
> Don‟t call………………………………………………………..  
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3
=
3
=
3
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Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways  
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7. John asked if it was the blue one or the green she wanted. (WHICH)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. She liked Paris very little, and Rome less. (THOUGHT)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9. I can meet you if you a
ive before eleven. (SO LONG)  
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0. They will catch all the prisoners again by tonight. (BE)  

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Năm học 2019-2020  
I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is CLOSEST in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
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. Don‟t you ever mention that matter again. I will not hear anything of it.  
A. touch on B. put off C. take in D. go on  
. Women get a job to support their family as well as to be financially independent.  
A. economically B. physically C. totally D. economic  
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in each sentence.  
2
3
. The police are now looking for two young man______ were seen running out of the store.  
A. which B. they C. whom D. who  
. I wish I could take______ where I can experience microgravity.  
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A. a parabolic flight  
C. an express train  
B. an ocean cruise  
D. flying course  
5
6
7
8
9
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1
1
. In the near future, a teacher will act more like a(n) ______ than a giver of knowledge.  
A. instructor  
. If I were in your_____, I‟d take it easy and try to forget it.  
A. shoe B. shoes C. sandal  
B. facilitator C. speaker  
D. listener  
D. sandals  
. _____ they moved to the city five year ago, they still remember living in a small town.  
A. As  
. Remember ______ smartly when you attend an interview.  
A. dress B. to dress C. dressing  
. My friend, _____father is a teacher, is very good at English.  
B. Because  
C. Even though  
D. Despite  
D. dressed  
D. whose  
A. whom  
0. This room hasn‟t been used for ages, ________?  
A. has it B. does it  
B. which  
C. who  
C. hasn‟t it  
D. doesn‟t it  
1. My grandfather is the ______ oldest artisan in the village. Ngoc‟s grandfather is the oldest.  
A. first B. second C. most D. one  
2. " I‟ve passed my final exam." - "……………."  
A. Good luck! B. Congratulation.  
idea  
3. “ Would you mind lending me your bike?" : “…………………”  
A. Yes, let‟s. B. Yes. Here it is. C. Not at all.  
Choose one word (A, B, C or D) whose stress pattern is different from the others .  
C. It‟s nice of you to say so. D. That‟s a good  
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D. Great  
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4. A. bilingual  
5. A. touchdown  
B. magnificent  
B. package  
C. inacessible  
C. sightseeing  
D. promote  
D. hotel  
Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the  
others.  
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6. A. saved  
7. A. question  
B. helped  
B. accomodation  
C. looked D. reduced  
C. informationD. nation  
Choose the underlined word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that needs co
ecting.  
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2
8. I used to having a good time with my grandparents when I was a child.  
A
B
C
D
9. Remember not to skip the
eakfast because it‟s the most important meal.  
A
B
C
D
0. Don‟t put too much garlic in the salad; two bunches are enough.  
A B  
C
D
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that indicate the word/phrase which is OPPOSITE in  
meaning to the underlined part.  
2
1. Because of the bad weather, there were no take-offs from the airport this morning.  
A. touchdown B. checkout C. pile-up  
2. He passed the exam as he worked very hard.  
A. lazy B. busy  
Read the text carefully, then choose the most suitable answers (A, B, C or D).  
D. check- in  
D. early  
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C. lazily  
Son Doong Cave has become more famous after the American Broadcasting Company (ABC)  
aired a live programme featuring its magnificence on „Good Morning America‟ in May 2015.  
Located in Quang Binh Province, Son Doong Cave was discovered by a local man named Ho Khanh in  
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991, and became known internationally in 2009 thanks to British cavers, led by Howard Limbert. The  
cave was formed about 2 to 5 million years ago by river water eroding away the limestone underneath  
the mountain. It contains some of the tallest known stalagmites in the world - up to 70 metres tall. The  
cave is more than 200 metres wide, 150 metres high, and nearly 9 kilometres long, with caverns big  
enough to fit an entire street inside them. Son Doong Cave is recognised as the largest cave in the  
world by BCRA (British Cave Research Association) and selected as one of the most beautiful on  
earth by the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation).  
In August 2013, the first tourist group explored the cave on a guided tour. Permits are now required to  
access the cave and are made available on a limited basis. Only 500 permits were issued for the 2015  
season, which runs from Fe
uary to August. After August, heavy rains cause river levels to rise and  
make the cave largely inaccessible.  
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3. What happened to Son Doong Cave in May 2015?  
A. It was discovered by a local man named Ho Khanh.  
B. A live programme featuring its magnificence was
oadcast on „Good Morning America‟ by the  
American Broadcasting Company (ABC).  
C. It became known internationally thanks to British cavers, led by Howard Limbert.  
D. It was explored by the first tourist group.  
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4. Which statement is NOT true about Son Doong Cave?  
A. Tourists can explore Son Doong Cave daily throughout the year.  
B. The cave was formed about 2 to 5 million years ago.  
C. It was formed by river water eroding away the limestone underneath the mountain.  
D. Some of the stalagmites in Son Doong Cave are about 70 metres tall.  
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5. The word ‘them’ refers to ______.  
A. British cavers B. stalagmites  
6. The word ‘inaccessible’ in the passage probably means ______.  
C. kilometers  
D. caverns  
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A. should not be accessed  
C. cannot be reached  
B. need to be careful  
D. may be flooded  
2
7. From the passage, we know that ______.  
A. there is a street inside Son Doong Cave  
B. the cave is always covered with rain water  
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C. few tourists want to come to the cave  
D. tourists need permission to explore the cave  
Read the following passage, then choose the co
ect answer to questions  
I went to Australia on a student program last year and I like to (28)_______you about it. I was very  
(29)_______when I knew I was going to Australia because I had never been there before. I didn‟t  
think about the problems of speaking English (30)_______I met my host family. At first I couldn‟t  
communicate with them because my English was so bad. All the five years I had been learning  
English wasn‟t much used at all  
(31)_______we didn‟t have real practice at school. Even though my grammar was good, my  
pronunciation wasn‟t. My problem is (32)_______ “l” and “r”. For example, Australian people often  
asked “What do you eat in Vietnam?” I wanted to tell them that we eat rice, but they didn‟t understand  
when I said “We eat lice”…  
2
2
3
3
3
8. A. say  
9. A. exciting  
0. A. after  
1. A. although  
2. A. pronouncing  
B. tell  
B. excites  
B. until  
B. even  
B. speaking  
C. talk  
C. excited  
C. when  
C. because  
C. reading  
D. speak  
D. excite  
D. while  
D. so  
D. telling  
WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
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3. Mr. Brown's team has lost the game. He looks very sad.  
Mr. Brown whose  
_
_________________________________________________________________.  
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4. Do you know the man who sat next to me at Nam‟s birthday party last night?  
You know  
_
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_______________________________________________________________________.  
5. It takes Minh 2 hours to do his homework every day.  
Minh spends  
_
_
______________________________________________________________________.  
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6. We were late for school because of the heavy rain.  
Because it  
________________________________________________________________________.  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the word in  

ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways.  
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7. My mother used to make us clean the house. (MADE)  

3
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. "I'm working in a restaurant, and don't care much for it." she said (DIDN‟T)  

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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9. It‟s two years since I last spoke to her. (HAVE)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. Going swimming in the river in the summer is interesting. (GO)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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Năm học 2019-2020  
MULTIPLE CHOICE: (8 points)  
Question 1 :Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word in the following  
sentence.  
They pulled down the building because it was very old.  
A. preserved  
Question 2: Choose the word which has a different position of the main stress from the others.  
A. population B .inversion C. microgravity D. multinational  
Question 3: Choose the word with the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest  
A. pyramid B. whisk C. facilitate D. dialect  
B. rebuilt  
C. destroyed  
D. set up  
Question 4:Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word in the following  
sentence.  
Baby animals imitate their parents.  
A. desire  
B. disrupt  
C. copy  
D. arouse  
Question 5: Choose the underlined word/ phrase which is inco
ect.  
They don‟t get used to live in the countryside  
A
B
C
D
Question 6: Choose the word with the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest  
A. divided B. mentioned C. planted D. naked  
Question 7:Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in the following  
sentence.  
They always look down on people who are poor  
A. look for  
B. look after  
C. look up to  
D. dislike  
Question 8: Choose the underlined word/ phrase which is inco
ect.  
This house, where was 100 years old, was sold last week  
A
B
C
D
Question 9:Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in the following  
sentence.  
He is very mean although he is very rich  
A. generous  
B. helpful  
C. hospitable  
D. humorous  
Question 10: Choose the word which has a different position of the main stress from the others.  
A. burden  
B. exotic  
C. mission  
D. starter  
Question 11: Choose the underlined word/ phrase which is inco
ect.  
The mother asked her children did not to play in the kitchen  
A
B
C
D
Choose the co
ect answer to complete the sentences.  
Question 12: Nobody cleaned the class room yesterday , _____?  
A. didn‟t you  
Question 13 : If I were you, I _______ her last night  
A. will meet B. would have met C. can meet  
Question 14 : You should _________ hotel before you visit Nha Trang.  
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B. didn‟t they  
C. did they  
D. did he  
D. would meet  
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A. put D. book  
Question 15: Why don‟t you have your house ____ ?  
A. to repaint B. repainted C. repaint  
Question 16: If only I ___________ lots of money to help my parents now  
A. will have B. have C. had D. get  
Question 17: Ha Long bay ___________ as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994  
B. buy  
C. keep  
D. painting  
A. is suggested  
Question 18: This information is very important. You should put it _____  
A. down B. on C. off  
Question 19: He asked me ________ I had studied English for 7 years.  
A. unless B. when C. if only  
Question 20: Mrs Hoa , _______ daughter is my best friend, is very kind  
A .when B. whom C. whose  
Question 21: Children love _______________the stories as they tell them.  
A. acting out B. remember C. play  
Question 22 : My mother is cutting some _________ of celery  
A. heads B. sticks C. cloves  
Read the following passage and choose the best answer  
B. was recognized  
C. recognized  
D. recognizes  
D. up  
D. if  
D. which  
D. to read  
D. bunches  
Nowadays, people are destroying rain forests of the earth seriously. It is (23) _____ that every  
year 100,000 square kilometers of rain forests are (24) _____ for supply of wood paper and fuel as  
well as for the residence and (25)_____ land. Rain forests are very important for the world‟s climate.  
They receive the rainfall on the earth and produce a large amount of the world‟s oxygen. Destroying  
rain forests,(26)_____ , is destroying our environment. Saving rain forests is an international problem.  
Nations need cooperation to (27) _____ rain forests, if not, it will be late.  
Question 23. A. interesting  
Question 24. A. destroyed  
Question 25. A. corn  
Question 26. A.so  
B. pleasure  
B. grow  
B. farming  
B. however  
B. help  
C. exhausted  
C. planted  
C. field  
C. moreover  
C. save  
D. estimated  
D. protected  
D. rice  
D. therefore  
D. cut  
Question 27. A. take  
Read the following passage and choose the best answer  
Many people still believe that natural resources will never be used up. Actually, the world‟s  
energy resources are limited. Nobody knows exactly how much fuel is left. However, we also should  
use them economically and try to find out alternative sources of power. According to Professor Marvin  
Burnham of the New England Institute of Technology, we have to start conserving coal, oil and gas  
before it is too late; and nuclear power is the only alternative.  
However, many people do not approve of using nuclear power because it‟s very dangerous.  
What would happen if there was a serious nuclear accident? Radioactivity causes cancer and may  
badly affect the future generations.  
The most effective thing is that we should use natural resources as economical as possible.  
Question 28. Many people still believe that natural resources will never be ________  
A. reduce  
Question 29. According to the writer , we should use energy resources ________  
A. economically B. regularly C. financial D. less  
Question 30.The word “ approve” in the passage is closet in meaning to ____________  
A. disagree B. agree C. improve D. explain  
Question 31 ___________ causes cancer and may badly affect the future generations.  
B. rised  
C. run out of  
D. raised  
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A. Coal  
B. Fuel  
C. Radioactivity  
D. Electricity  
D, dangerous  
Question 32. Which of the following is NOT true about nuclear power?  
A. unsafe  
B. safe  
C. risky  
II. WRITING: (2.0 points)  
Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the  
given words  
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=
3
=
3
=
3
=
3. It isn‟t necessary to finish the work today.  
> You don‟t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
4. Sally finally managed to get a job.  
>Sally finally succeeded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
5. That‟s the last time I go to that restaurant.  
>I certainly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
6. “I advised you to take a holiday” The doctor said.  
>“You‟d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one using the  
word in
ackets. Do not change the given words in any ways  
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3

3

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7. If you don‟t rest your self you really will be ill. ( UNLESS)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
8. The doctor told him that he worked too hard. ( WORK)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
9 Those pictures are beautiful. ( HOW)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
0. It was an interesting film. ( WHAT)  
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………  
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