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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI ĐÁNH GIÁ NĂNG LỰC TIẾNG ANH – ĐỀ MINH HỌA SỐ 1 KỸ NĂNG ĐÁNH GIÁ: NGHE HIỂU, ĐỌC HIỂU, VIẾT (Dành cho học sinh lớp 12 đã hoàn thành Chương trình tiếng Anh thí điểm cấp Trung học phổ thông) Thời gian làm bài: 120 phút Họ và tên: ……………………………………………………………………….. Ngày tháng năm sinh: ………………………………………………………….. Số báo danh: ……………………………………………………………………. Hướng dẫn chung: - Đề thi có 3 phần: Nghe hiểu (Listening Comprehension), Đọc hiểu (Reading Comprehension), và Viết (Writing). - Thí sinh phải hoàn thành tất cả các phần trong bài thi theo đúng thời gian quy định. - Thí sinh phải viết toàn bộ câu trả lời trên tờ bài làm (Answer Sheet). 1 ANSWER SHEET SECTION 1: LISTENING COMPREHENSION Part 1: Please circle the correct letter. Question 1 A B C D Question 2 A B C D Question 3 A B C D Question 4 A B C D Question 5 A B C D Part 2: Please circle the correct letter. Question 6 A B C D Question 7 A B C D Question 8 A B C D Question 9 A B C D Question 10 A B C D Question 11 A B C D Part 3: Please write your answer for each question. Question 12 Question 13 Question 14 Question 15 Question 16 Question 17 Question 18 Part 4: Please circle the correct letter. Question 19 T F Question 23 T F Question 20 T F Question 24 T F Question 21 T F Question 25 T F Question 22 T F 2 SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION Part 1: Please circle the correct letter. Question 1 A B C D Question 2 A B C D Question 3 A B C D Question 4 A B C D Question 5 A B C D Question 6 A B C D Question 7 A B C D Part 2: Please write your answer for each question. Question 8 Question 9 Question 10 Question 11 Question 12 Part 3: Please circle the correct letter. Question 13 A B C D Question 14 A B C D Question 15 A B C D Question 16 A B C D Question 17 A B C D Question 18 A B C D Part 4: Please circle the correct letter. Question 19 T F Question 23 T F Question 20 T F Question 24 T F Question 21 T F Question 25 T F Question 22 T F 3 SECTION 3: WRITING Part 1: Please write your email in the space given. .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................... 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For each question, you will listen to a short recording and answer by circling A, B, C or D. All the recordings will be played twice. Before we start, here is an example. Example: What time will the boy meet the girl? A. 9:00 a.m. B. 9:15 a.m. C. 8:45 a.m. D. 10:00 a.m. Answer: The correct answer is C. On the answer sheet, letter C should be circled. 1. What is the girl looking for? A. a size 6 dress B. a smaller-size dress C. a size 8 dress D. a size 9 dress 2. What will the weather be like tomorrow morning? A. cloudy in the south and windy in the north B. cloudy without rain C. windy without rain D. cold and rainy 3. When does the gallery close on Sundays? A. 9:00 p.m. B. 5:30 p.m. C. 8:00 p.m. D. 7:00 p.m. 4. What is the meeting about? A. the next festival B. the conference in May C. the conference preparations D. the festival in May 6 5.What did the boy do this afternoon? A. He finished his essay. B. He did some reading. C. He watched television. D. He went for a run. Part 2 Questions 6-11 In this part, you will hear two short talks on two different academic topics. For each talk, you will answer three questions by circling A, B, C or D. Each talk will be played twice. Talk 1 6. What is the talk mainly about? A. The climate and weather of San Francisco B. Interesting places to visit in San Francisco C. The history of San Francisco D. The parks in San Francisco 7. According to the lecturer, which of the following is true about San Francisco? A. There is so much fog in the winter. B. The temperature may change quickly within a short time. C. Humidity is a big problem. D. The weather is agreeable all year round. 8. According to the talk, a good time to visit San Francisco is________. A. spring B. summer C. winter D. autumn Talk 2 9. What is the main topic of this talk? A. The number of nonnative users of English B. The use of English for science and technology C. The expansion of English as an international language D. Native speakers of English 10. According to the talk, when did English begin to spread all over the world? 7 A. Around 1350 B. In the 1600s C. In the 17th and 18th centuries D. In the 15th century 11. According to the lecturer, approximately how many nonnative users of English are there in the world today? A. 350 million B. Half a million C. 700 million D. 900 million Part 3 Questions 12-18 There are seven questions in this part. You will hear a man talking about yoga classes. For each question, fill in the numbered space with ONE WORD or ONE NUMBER. The recording will be played twice. YOGA CLASSES The Fitness Center will start up yoga classes in response to (12) __________from the members of the centre. An instructor with (13) __________ years of experience will teach the class. The class is (14) __________ for employees. The classes will last for about (15) __________ weeks. A (16) __________history form is required to register. Loose-fitting (17) __________ are highly recommended. You can buy a mat for practice at (18) __________. Part 4 8 Questions 19-25 There are seven questions in this part. You will hear a conversation between a student and the librarian. Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect. If it is correct, circle T (True). If it is incorrect, circle F (False). The conversation will be played twice. 19. A professor asked his students to go to the library to borrow some materials. T F 20. The student has to return the articles after two hours. T F 21. The student is afraid that he can’t finish the articles so quickly. T F 22. Students can bring the articles home if they want. T F 23. The student can’t borrow books because he hasn’t got a library card yet. T F 24. The student will apply for the library card later. T F 25. There is someone to help the student with his library card. T F ***** END OF SECTION 1 ***** 9 SECTION 2: READING COMPREHENSION Time: 40 minutes (including transfer time) Part 1 Questions 1-7 Read the text in each question. What does it say? Choose the best explanation for each text. On the answer sheet, circle A, B, C or D. 1. A. Members of staff should wear gloves before they start working. B. Workers must keep their hands free when they enter work place. C. Staff members’ hands have to be cleanbefore they work again. D. Employees can return to work to have their hands washed. 2. A. Visitors can leave the building this way. EXIT  ONLY   Please  use  entrance  at   far  end  of  building   B. Visitors use this way to enter the building. C. Visitors should walk a long way to go out of this building. D. Visitors have to go to the end of the building. 3. Free  Gift  Guide   –  Pick  up  your  free  copy  –   Order  today  by  6p.m.  and  collect  in   store  tomorrow  from  midday   A. The gift can be collected right after the customer fills out the order form. B. The gift can be collected from the store before noon tomorrow. C. The earliest time for the gift to be collected is at noon tomorrow. D. The tourist guide picks up free gifts for visitors soon. 10 4. 5  for4   on  all  Ella’s  Kitchen  Products   Buy  any  5  and  the  cheapest  is   free   A. Customers won’t have to pay for the most expensive item if they buy five products. B. Customers have to buy at least five products to get an extra one for free. C. Customers have to pay for only four Ella’s Kitchen products if they buy five. D. Customers can buy 5 or 4 products and get one free. 5. A. Rosie may send Samuel a message to agree to their meeting. Hi Rosie, Want to meet for a coffee tomorrow? I heard from a friend  a new cafe right across the street from Libera Cinema which looks great. Text me back for the time to meet. Samuel B. The new cafe is next to Libera Cinema. C. Samuel has been to the new café before. D. Rosie wants Samuel to see her at a new café. 6. Buy 1 get the   second FREE Applicable to all products marked “SALE” ONLY TODAY A. You will get a discount if you buy any two items of the same product. B. The “SALE” products are applicable for one day only. C. The whole store is on sale today. D. The sale starts today and applies to all products. 7. NO PUBLIC ACCESS A. This area is temporarily closed during public holidays. This area is currently closed for building works B. Visitors can access this building on public holidays.   C. No staff member is allowed to get into this area. D. Visitors cannot enter this area due to construction works. 11 Part 2 Questions 8-12 Read the description about Duong, and the advertisement on Free English Classes. Complete Duong’s Application Form. Use ONE WORD or ONE NUMBER for each gap. Write the answer on the answer sheet. Free English classes As part of the Certificate in English Language Teaching (CELT) program, four hours of free English classes were offered weekly to our university students and language learners from the wider community. The Center’s free English classes are very popular and Duong is a seventeen-year-old student at Hai Ba Trung High School. He is looking for English extra classes during the coming summer vacation. He has studied English since he was 10 years old and passed the pre-intermediate level in English. Therefore, Duong would like to be in higher level classes. He is free all mornings, except Monday and Thursday. provide a great experience for our trainee teachers. These general English classes cover the four main skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. The classes are offered in three levels: Beginning, Pre-intermediate and Intermediate. To confirm your place in these classes, please fill out the form and email it to 123CELT@vn.edu.com. We will be looking for students for the summer 2016. All classes are in the morning (Pick one day for Listening and Speaking, and another for Reading and Writing) 1. Monday and Wednesday: Listening and Speaking 2. Thursday and Friday: Reading and Writing 12 APPLICATION FORM CELT Free English Classes Summer 2015 Intake Name Hoang Anh Duong Age (8) ................................. Years of learning English (9) ........................ years Preferred level (10) ................................. Days preferred Listening and Speaking: (11) ......................... Reading and Writing: (12) ............................. Part 3 Questions 13-18 Read the text and questions below. Choose the best answer to each of the questions. On the answer sheet, circle A, B, C or D. Kot is not like any other foreign investors in Vietnam that I have met. His full name is Rafi Kot, the 55-year-old general director of Family Medical Practice Vietnam, a chain of healthcare clinics with eight facilities in the whole country. Kot arrived in Vietnam in 1988, maybe earlier than most other foreign investors, and has been staying since then and may stay forever. For a man who speaks of himself as a perfectionist, Kot says he cannot just leave Vietnam yet because his duty in this country is not completed yet. Actually, as a doctor who joined a charity program started by a German nongovernmental organization, his destination should have been Africa rather than Vietnam, but then fate brought him to this Southeast Asian country when another doctor in the program could not make his way to Vietnam, and Kot was chosen in replacement. His first stop in Vietnam was in the northern province of Ninh Binh, where he and his team were in charge of developing healthcare services for an expected period of six months. Recalling the days when he first arrived in Ninh Binh, Kot says he was in shock when seeing the poor lives of local people, whom he describes as rustic people, or “nha que” in his perfect Vietnamese, along with the out-of-date healthcare facilities and equipment there. At that moment, Kot knew he wanted to be a part of developing ahealthcare system for Vietnam. 13 “I love challenges and want to work for changes. I love this country and want to make a contribution to its development,” Kot says. “If everything was too easy, I would get bored and there would be no reason for me to stay.” In 1994, Kot opened his first healthcare center in Vietnam. In 2002, he got married to a Vietnamese woman and now has two sons and a daughter. “I love my family very much, and I love Vietnam as well,” Kot says. And that love has made him stay in this country, despite many difficulties. 13. Where did Kot originally plan to go when he joined the German charity program? A. Africa B. Asia C. Australia D. Europe 14. What does “his” in the last line of the second paragraph refer to? A. another doctor C. B. fate Kot D. Vietnam 15. What kept Kot back in Vietnam after the first six months in Ninh Binh? A. his friends in Ninh Binh B. his family C. his ambition for change D. the German organisation 16. The word “out-of-date” in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to ________. A. different B. expensive C. D. useless old 17. What is the best word to describe Kot’s life in Vietnam now? A. Boring B. difficult C. exciting D. happy 18. Where is this passage most likely to be found? A. A business journal B. A personal website C. A doctor’s diary D. A newspaper Part 4 Questions 19-25 Read the text below about a city in central Vietnam called Hue. Read the questions and decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect. If it is correct, circle T (True) on the answer sheet. If it is incorrect, circle F (False) on the answer sheet. 14 Hue is a city in central Vietnam. This city used to be the national capital during the Nguyễn Dynasty from 1802 to 1945. Since then, it has remained a peaceful city with many tourist attractions. With the Perfume River winding its way through the heart of the city, Hue is divided into two halves. To the north of the river, most of the construction still retains traces from the past, while the south side has seen much faster growth with high buildings and shopping areas. Hue is home to a big cultural event every two years, the Hue Festival. This is a great chance for not only Hue locals but also international artists and performers to come and share their cultures. This event brings together the best cultural traditions of different countries around the world to this picturesque city in the heart of Vietnam. Despite all the fastchanging trends of the modern society, this event helps to preserve traditional cultural values. Hue also boasts some of the best historical values in Vietnam, making it one of the most desirable destinations for both domestic and international visitors. Here tourists can enjoy the royal atmosphere by visiting several royal tombs and especially the Imperial City which was home to the Nguyễn Dynasty. Local specialties are also plentiful, ranging from the famous clam rice to a variety of traditional cakes made from rice flour. Here you can also go and experience the local traditions by visiting and shopping at some handicraft villages a dozen kilometers from the city center. Despite the introduction of mass production industries, it is amazing that several traditional and hand-made local products remain popular among Hue local people as well as tourists. In the modern times, Hue has also become a busy urban area. Among the traditional markets are big shopping centers, and beside traditional restaurants are exotic fast food stores like the KFC or Lotteria. Although more cars run on local roads, you can still find several men leisurely riding tricycles (or ‘xich-lo’) along the streets taking tourists on sight-seeing tours of the city. It is pleasing to see the co-existence of the old and new in one single city like Hue. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Hue was the capital of Vietnam for more than one and a half centuries. The south of the city is less modern than the north. Hue Festival is a yearly event. The Nguyễn Dynasty used to live in the Imperial City. You can buy many products made by hand when you visit Hue. The tricycles (or ‘xich-lo’) travel very fast. The writer enjoys seeing the co-existence of tradition and modernity in Hue city. ***** END OF SECTION 2 ***** 15 SECTION 3: WRITING Time: 45 minutes Part 1 Your friend asked you to go to the market or supermarket to buy something for your class party at the weekend. However, you cannot go with him/her. Write an email to your friend. In your email, you should: -­‐ apologise for not being able to go; -­‐ tell him/her the reason; -­‐ suggest two options: another time to go or a classmate who can go with him/her; -­‐ tell him/her to prepare a shopping list to save time. Write in about 80 -100 words. Write your answer on the answer sheet. Part 2 Your English teacher has asked you to write a story. Your story must begin with this sentence: What an interesting lesson! Write your story in about 100 - 120 words. Write your answer on the answer sheet. ***** END OF TEST ***** 16 BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI ĐÁNH GIÁ NĂNG LỰC TIẾNG ANH - ĐỀ MINH HỌA SỐ 1 KỸ NĂNG ĐÁNH GIÁ: NÓI (Dành cho học sinh lớp 12 đã hoàn thành Chương trình tiếng Anh thí điểm cấp Trung học Phổ thông) 1 SECTION 4: SPEAKING Time: Approximately 13 minutes Part 1: Interview Questions for Candidate A 1. What is your name? 2. How often do traffic jams happen in your hometown? 3. What means of transport do people in your hometown like? 4. What means of private transport do you like? 5. What are some advantages and disadvantages with this means of transport? Questions for Candidate B 1. What is your name? 2. How often do you use public means of transport? 3. What public means of transport do you like? 4. Should people be encouraged to use bicycle? 5. What are some advantages and disadvantages of using bicycles? Part 2: Monologue/Picture description Candidate A will be given the following picture: Question for candidate A: "This photograph shows a means of transport. Please tell us what you can see in the photograph." 2 Candidate B will be given the following picture: Question for Candidate B: "This photograph shows a means of transport. Please tell us what you can see in the photograph." Part 3: Paired discussion or further individual discussion Option 1: Dialogue/Paired discussion Intro text: In Part 3, you will discuss a given topic together. The interlocutor will ask the two candidates: Do you agree with the statement: “Bicycle riding is good for your health”? Support your agreement or disagreement with examples and reasons. Let’s now start the discussion. Candidate A, could you start please? Could you start, Candidate B? Option 2: Further individual discussion with the examiner Intro text: In Part 3, you will answer further questions given by the interlocutor. Questions for candidate A 1. Should students who live near their school walk to school? Why or why not? 2. What causes traffic jams in your hometown? 3. What are some solutions to reduce traffic jams? 3 Questions for candidate B 1. What are some public means of transport in your country? 2. What are some advantages of using public means of transport? 3. What are some disadvantages of using public means of transport? 4
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