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Ki thi Olympic 30 thang 4 do S6 Giao due va Dao tao, Tracing Trung hoc pho thong Chuyen Le Hong Phong Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh to chifc da di§n ra daoc 19 ki (1995 - 2013). KI thi da nhan diidc siJ tin cay va hdp tac cua cac tradng Trung hoc pho thong chuyen 6 cac tinh phia Nam cung nhu cac trudng Trung hoc pho thong cua Thanh pho Ho Chf Minh. Nham giup giao vien c6 them tai lieu tham khao trong viec boi dudng, ren luyen nang khieu cho hoc sinh gioi va giup cac em hQC sinh CO tai lieu tiJ nang cao kien thCfc, trong nhufng nam qua, Ban To chifc ki thi da phoi hdp v6i Nha xuat ban Giao due va Nha xuat ban Dai hoc Su Pham xuat ban bo sach "Tuyen tap de thi Olympic 30 thang 4" hang nam. Bo sach da dUdc siJ ung ho cua cac thay giao, c6 giao va cac em hoc sinh. De nang cao chat lUdng cua bo sach, nam hpc 2014, cac giao vien cua Trudng Trung hpc pho thong Chuyen Le Hong Phong Thanh pho Ho Chi Minh da tuyen chpn cac de thi chi'nh thufc va cac de thi de nghj cua cac trudng tham gia 19 ki thi Olympic vC/a qua thanh bp "Tuyen tgp 20 nam de thi Olympic 30 thang 4". Bp sach nay gom 15 cuon lien quan den 8 mon hpc: Toan, Vat If, Hoa hpc, Sinh hpc, Van hpc, Ljch sCf, Dia If, Tieng Anh. Gidi thieu bp sach nay, chiing toi ton trpng npi dung, ket cau va dap an hoac hudng d i n giai cua cac trudng de nghj. Chung toi mong nhan dupe sU dong gop cua quy thay c6 va cac em hpc sinh de bp sach se hoan chinh hdn, cho Ian tai ban sau. TM. BAN TO CHLfC KI THI HIEU TRUdNG TRlTClNG THPT CHUYEN L E HONG PHONG, TP. HO CHI MINH VO ANH DUNG 3 PHAN I C A C D E THI CHINH THU^C DETHI NAM 1998 PART ONE: PHONOLOGY A. Pick out the word whose sound of the bold parts is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group. 1. A. food B. look C. took D.good 2. A. than B. theatre C. theory D. thorough 3. A. nourish B. flourish C.courageous D.courage 4. A. orchestra B. orchard C. chasm D. chemical 5. A. mouths B. cloths C. booths D. months 6. A. vanish B. vapid C. valve D. various 7. A. bought B. sought C. drought D. fought 8. A. comfortable B. come C. some D. comb 9. A. whistle B. little C. gentle D. battle 10. A. subtle B. plumber C.doubt D. herbage B. Underline the stressed syllable of the following words. demonstrative preferential extravagant prejudice monopoly personnel legitimate horoscope impetus sabotage PART TWO: VOCABULARY A. Multiple choices Choose the best answers. 1. The charges brought against the government official finally hurt nothing but his vanity. A. family B. prospects C. pride D. image 5 2. During the war, the shipping lanes proved vulnerable to be attacked. A. susceptible B. dangerous C. futile D. feasible 3. The manager told his assistant to the mistake immediately. A. rectify B. maltreat C. sanction D. banish 4. Peter, Harry, and Chuck were first, second, and third in the school cross-country race. A. respectively B. actively C. responsively D. tremendously 5. Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention . A. limit B. span C. duration D. time 6. The ticket one person to the museum. A. allows B. admits C. permits D. accepts 7. The lamp is to the ceiling by means of a hook. A. attached B. related C. connected D. installed. 8. The company director's asked the government to in the dispute and prevent a strike. A. intervene B. interact C. intercept D. interpose 9. People believe there is a between the two crimes. A. joint B. chain C. link D. connector 10. Some people feel that television should give less to sport. A. programs B. coverage C. concern D. involvement B. Word formation Supply the correct form of the words in brackets. 1. Meiling signed up for the course, (.economy) 2. Various by police officers were brought to light by the enquiry. (practice) 3. She took the job to be independent, (finance) 4. We can look forward to a period of . (prospects) 5. You must forgive my in these matters, (experience) 6. I've never known such a person, (quarrel) 7. She uses a good-quality oil for proper . (lubricate) 8. Like oil, gas is a fossil fuel and is thus a source of energy. (renew) 9. When Jean made up for the play, she was . (recognize) 10. Sam was accused of stealing some documents . (confidence) 6 PART THREE: GRAMMAR A. Prepositions and particles a. Fill in the blanks with proper prepositions or adverbial particles. 1. Write in pencil then if you make a mistake you can easily rub it 2. She was the point saying something, but, changing her mind, remained silent. 3. My name is WiUiam, they call me Bill short. 4. The bus was held because a tree had fallen the road. 5. You'll have to work very hard today to make the time you wasted yesterday. 6. The police broke the demonstration. 7. A new magazine has just come . 8. She was converted Catholicism near death-bed. 9. Don't try to cheat in my class, it's useless and you'll never get it. 10.1 was the impression that I had paid you the work you did for me. b. Complete the following sentences, using the verbs and particles provided. Verbs: show, draw, go, make Prepositions: through, up, for, off 1. A red car has just in front of our house. 2. Some women invited to a wedding party always try to their figures. 3. It was 10 o'clock when he finally . 4. My father the two world wars. 5. It's getting late; we'd better turn round and home. B. Verb tenses and forms Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense or form. 1. By the time you (finish) your twelfth grade this summer, I (graduate) from my university. 2. I could tell from the (frighten) look on her face that somethingterribele (happen) . 3. You (know) nothing (move) since you (send) _ _ _ _ _ _ away (cure) . 4. He resented (ask) (wait) . He (expect) the minister (see) him at once. 7 5. Once (bite) 6. I ' d rather (live) , twice shy. in the eighteenth century than in the nineteenth century. 7. The students requested that the test (postpone) , but the instructor decided against a postponement. 8. Next time we go (house-hunt) , remember (ask) the agent for clear directions. 9. It was our fault to keep Mary (wait) so long. We (inform) her in advance. P A R T FOUR: WRITING A. Sentence transformation ^ Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the printed one. 1. He is more a lecturer than a teacher. He 2. You won't find a school anywhere whose pupils get such results. Nowhere 3. You may be very intelligent, but you should be careful about this. No matter 4. Even though I admire his courage, I think he's foolish. Much . 5. They are soon accustomed to swimming. It is 6. Customs officials are stopping more travelers than usual this week. An incf^ased 7. The police arc advising vigilance as there have been more robberies lately. 8. I ' m the only child in my family. My mother gave 9. He never suspected that the money had been stolen. At no time lO.I don't understand a single word of this letter. / can't make 8 B. Key-word transformation Rewrite the following sentences as directed by using exactly the words in brackets. 1. I can nearly remember the word, (tongue) 2. She was smoking in the bathroom, I went in to the bathroom and knew that, (caught) 3. Many people nowadays find it increasingly difficult to exist on the money they earn, (ends) 4. He was forced to apologize, (choice) 5. I f it costs too much, we'll have to consider, (event) 6. The explorers disregarded the mosquitoes, (notice) 7. Try not to panic even if you don't know what is going to happen, (your head) 8. John inflated the tires of his bicycle, (blew) 9. The first sign of the disease is a feeling of faintness. (onset) P A R T F I V E : READING A. Cloze test Fill in each blank with one suitable word. In British English this standard accent is known as R.P. or Received Pronunciation. This coupled with the sort of English described in grammar books is the accepted (1) . Its use, however, is restricted (2) geographically and socially; it is most (3) used among the middle classes in the south of England. Its speakers, (4) geographical and (5) , carry both a label, as do the speakers of all its variants, although the more socially mobile someone is the more complex his accent becomes, and so the more (6) vary, from the parents (7) (8) he is to label. Attitudes towards this train their children not to speak with a local so that "they will have a better chance in life", to the liberal, trendy young manager who adopts a local accent (9) a form of inverted snobbery. But these stances are extreme, but, nevertheless, the (10) between language and social status is a potentially explosive subject in British society. B. Reading comprehension Read the following passage and choose the best answers. A Japanese construction company plans to create a huge independent city-state, akin to the legendary Atlantis in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The city. dubbed "marin-nation", would have about one million inhabitants, two airports, and possibly even a space port. Marin-nation, i f built, would be a separate country but could serve as a home for international organizations such as the United Nations and the World Bank. Aside from the many political social problems that would solved, have to be the engineering task envisaged is monumental. The initial stage requires the building of a circular dam 18 miles in diameter attached to the bed in relatively shallow place in international waters. Then, several hundred powerful pumps, operating for more than a year, would suck out the sea water from within the dam. When empty and dry, the area would have a city constructed on it. The actual land would be about 300 feet below sea level. According to designers, the hardest task from engineering point of view would be to ensure that the dam is leak proof and earthquake proof. I f all goes well, it is hoped that marin-nation could be ready for habitation at the end of the second decade of the twenty-first century. Whether anyone would want to live in such an isolated and artificial community, however, it will remain an open question until that time. 1. To what does the underlined phrase "the city" refer? D. A future city C. The United Nations B. Atlantis A. A Japanese construction company 2. What kind of city will marin-nation be? D. Legendary C. marine B. underwater A. underground 3. The tone of the passage is . D. informative C. judgmental B. humorous A. sarcastic 4. The problem of Marin-nation focused on here is mainly D. social C. political B. engineering A. human . 5. By referring to Atlantis in the passage, the author is saying that A. marin-nation will never be built. B. marin-nation is a city in the ocean. C. even i f built, marin-nation will fail. D. marin-nation is only a dream. 10 DETHI NAM 1999 PART ONE: PHONOLOGY A. Pick out the word whose sound of the bold parts is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group. 1. A. tickled B. published C. produced D.replaced 2. A. baths B. speeds C.forgoes D. drags 3. A. break B. weight C. plane D. said 4. A. watch B. want C. bank D. what 5. A. gaiety B. gene C. gesture D ."margarine 6. A. says B. bays C.days D.rays 7. A. choke B.churen C. chirp D. choir 8. A. foot B.shoot C.cook D. shook 9. A. keen B. deep C.sheer D. meet Underline the stressed syllables of the following words. photographer documentary ancestor improvement premium abyss prosecute sympathetically necessary employee PART TWO: VOCABULARY A. Multiple choices Choose the best answers. 1. A person who has drunk too much alcohol would A. stagger B. swagger . C. tramp D. prowl 2. It takes roughly 4,000 pounds of petals to make a single pound of rose oil. A. as much as B. amazingly C. more or less 3. Six novels a year, you say? He's certainly a A. fruitful B. fertile 4. The party's election A. campaign D. relatively writer. C. virile D. prolific proved to be successful. B. movement C. struggle 5. No one appreciated his work during his lifetime, but D. fight it is clear that he is a great artist. A. in the aftermath B. by the time C. in retrospect D. in this eventuality 11 6. Who would take the Hippocratic oath? A. a barrister B. a priest C. a doctor D. a soldier 7. Nations that live in concord are nations that live together in peace. A. war 8. B. harmony C. conformity D. happiness receipt of your instructions, I immediately sent a telex message to Algeria. A. On B. In 9. My passport A. elapsed C. With D. By last month, so I will have to get a new one. B. expired C. ended D. terminated 10.1 am never free on Tuesday evening as I have a arrangement to go to the cinema with a friend. D. long-lasting C. long-range B. long-lived A. long-standing B. Word formation Supply the correct forms of the words in brackets. 1. The student failed the math exam because he forgot the 2. My car is too much 3. The new . (formulaic) to take on a long journey, (rely) has certainly made things a lot easier in the town center since it has taken away the through traffic, (pass) 4. Nobody gets treatment in this office, (prefer) 5. He's more than expected, (tolerate) 6. The museum doesn't charge for on Sundays, (admit) 7. We can look forward to a period of 8. This kind of activity can be . (prosper) . (benefit) 9. Our education must put an end to 10. Please . (literate) our letter of the 14th. We have not had a reply, (know) P A R T T H R E E : GRAMMAR A. Prepositions Fill in each blank with a correct preposition. 1. After the operation, he had to get on crutches. 2. I want you to copy carefully 3. I turned the model. at the meeting but the others didn't come. 4. My shoes wear 5. The African very quickly since I started walking to the office. elephant will be extinct within twenty years i f an international campaign the ivory trade is not started immediately. 6. The ship was bound Japan when it ran into typhoon. 12 7. The gun went in his hand while he was cleaning it. 8. This is a very important decision. A l l our lives are stake. 9. It always pays to buy high-quality goods the long run it's cheaper. B. Verb tenses and forms Supply the correct forms of the verbs in brackets. 1. Does that road need (broad). 2. It's obHgatory that the voyage 3. Were I (cancel). (know) the truth, I would tell you about it. 4. I ' d rather you (keep) your mouth 5. He suggested that a petition 6. We must take an umbrella. It 7. She (be) here but she 8. Without your assistant, we project in our allotted time. (shut). (draw) up. - (rain). (go) down with flu. (not be) able to complete our last PART FOUR: WRITING A. Sentence transformation Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the printed one. 1. Alternative medicine is a complete mystery to some people. Some people are 2. The number of people killed in industrial accidents this year is now fifteen. Already this year 3. You may be disqualified i f you don't obey the regulations. Failure 4. He tried hard so that he would win the first prize. With 5. Having made all the arrangements, they decided to go any way. Since 6. Most students can work very hard when they feel hke it. Most students are capable 7. I only recognized him when he came into the light. Not until 13 8. They declared war on the pretext of defending their territorial rights. The excuse 9. You needn't make an appointment to see the personnel manager. There's 10. Can I speak to someone about my problem? Would it B. Key-word transformation Rewrite the following sentences using the given words. Do not alter these words. 1. 1 found the story she told me very interesting, (fascinated) 2. I've lost interest in going to the same place all the time, (fed up) 3. Mass tourism has been one of the causes of the problems, (blame) 4. The rain was coming down in torrents, (cats) 5. People's race, creed or color is not taken into account when they apply for a job with us. (irrespective) 6. A l l teachers like Kate, (popular) 7. That jumper you knitted for my daughter no longer fits her. (grown) 8. He is said to be a very hard bargainer, (reputation) 9. He doesn't appreciate his wife, (granted) 10. The amount the firm spent on the project initially was $15,000. (outlay) PART F I V E : R E A D I N G COMPREHENSION A. Cloze test Fill in each blank with one suitable word. "Being in space is an exhilarating experience", recalls astronaut Buzz Aldrin, member of the three-man (1) (2) which made history 25 years ago they succeeded in (3) the first men ever to set (4) on the moon. Just being (5) to float around IS amazing. Unfortunately, the space suits were very restrictive so we weren't (6) to move about very easily". They made the job of (7) soil to bring (8) moon rock and to Earth, we were put in quarantine. It was still not be there until it is disturbed by other visitors. should (10) life existed on the Moon, Neil's famous first footprint known (9) 14 B, Reading comprehension Read the following passage and decide whether the statements are TRUE (T) or FALSE (F). The plan to join the British Isles to the European continent by boring a tunnel under the sea between Dover, England, and Calais, France, was originally proposed in the second half of the nineteenth century. The bill authorizing the work was rejected in 1883. The plan was again proposed in 1930 by many enthusiastic supporters. The tunnel was to be the longest ever made and an engineering wonder. However, the estimated cost, the military risks, and the doubt as to the feasibility of construction lead to the rejection of the proposal in June 1930. Finally, in the 1980s, the proposal was accepted and tunnehng began. 1 The plan to unite the British Isles with the European continent has been proposed three times. 2 The plan to unite the British Isles with the European continent has been rejected three times. 3 It was believed by some that the tunnel posed a threat to national security. 4 Some people did not beheve that the tunnel was a viable idea in the 1930s. 5 Tunneling originally began in Calais, 6 The plan was rejected in 1883 because the people were bored. 7 The construction of the tunnel led to the rejection of the proposal France. in 1930. 8 The tunnel made in 1930 was the longest ever made. 9 The supporters of the tunnel wanted to hire a onderful engineer. 10 The estimated cost of the tunnel was prohibitive in 1930. DE THI NAM 2000 PART ONE: PHONOLOGY A. Pick out the word whose sound of the bold parts is pronounced differently from that of the others in each group. 1. A. canary B.share C. baron D. pharaoh 2. A. pug B. puke C. pumice D. pustule 3. A. chaperon B. charity C. challenge D. Charlie 4. A. this B. mother C. think D.that 5. A. furl B. fur C. furze D. furrier 15 B. sob 10. A. nib B. command 9. A. complete B.resound 8. A. resign B. telemetry 7. A. telecast B. telemetry 6. A. course C. telefilm C. telefilm C. resonant C. common C. comb D. teleology D. teleology D.resource D. community D. curb B. Underline the stressed syllables of the following words. tarpaulin revenue decimeter ambuscade abacus fertile synonymous epticaemia formica comparable P A R T TWO: VOCABULARY A. Multiple choices Choose the best answers. 1. They began constructing the bridge in 1960, but several years before the project was completed. A. advanced B. clasped 2. The pointed A. dome C. proceeded D. progressed of the church could be seen from miles away. B. building C. summit D. steeple 3. 1 wish we'd never bought him a TV. A l l he ever does is sit to the box. A. fixed B. stuck C. glued D. sealed out for special praise for my performance. 4. 1 was proud to be B. singled A. selected C. separated D. distinguished _ out of 115 applicants for the position of Managing 5. She was Director. D. short-handed C. short-sighted B. short-listed A. short-changed 6. You'll feel better after you have taken a A. ration B. helping of cough medicine. C. dose 7. In recent years, many hills have been A. demolished B. levelled D. portion to give way to buildings. C. 8. The house possesses extensive flattened D. felled with gardens, tennis courts, and an orchard. A. grounds B. property C. fields D. surroundings 9. The order to abandon ship was given and hundreds of people into icy water. A. drowned B. emerged C. plunged D. repulsed 16 lO.No one knows precisely how much he earns a month, but $2,500 can't be of the mark. A. wide B. far C. broad D. distant B. Word formation Supply the correct forms of the words in brackets. 1. I was late because I how much time I would need, (estimate) 2. I don't care if you'd had too much to drink. Your behaviour last night was quite . (defend) 3. The cat is in the sunshine . (luxury) 4. Don't judge the matter by my opponent's statement, but wait till you have heard the other side, (lateral) 5. Some phones can recognize your voice and be by it. (act) 6. Are all those they put in food really necessary? (add) 7. The bicycle I lent Tom had been in good condition, but he returned it in . (repair) 8. She complained about his rudeness . (cease) 9. I try to an occasion when I might be 600 feet below sea level . (vision) 10. and overpopulation are two of the most difficult problems in the Third World countries, (forest) PART THREE: GRAMMAR A. Prepositions Fill in each blank with a correct preposition. 1. He lost his job no fault of his own. 2. Her bright red hair made her stand from the others. 3. There should be some news the hour. 4. Stop wasting time! Get to my office the double. 5. Ihaveakeady told her that I won't go to Spain, but she's still trying to talk me . 6. Before they hire anyone they should check his background. 7. You must account the manager for the money you used. 8. I met him at the party and he asked you. 9. I applied for a part-time job at the supermarket. They're going to take me 10. He had taken over an old compatty_y£i:giiig. liquidation. THU ViHN TIMHBiNHTHUAM 17 B. Verb tenses and forms Supply the correct forms of the verbs in brackets. 1. Congress has decreed that the gasoline tax (abolish) . 2. I could tell at a glance that the pile of letters on my desk (disturb) while I (be) out. 3. He took a risk investing money with them. I'd rather he (not do) it. 4. - He had two bottles of Coke and got drunk. - He (not gel) drunk on Coke. 5. The laundry has a nice fresh smell from (dry). . in the sun. 6. He was far from satisfied with the way things (turn) (lose) :^ out. He sat in thoughts. 7. Before changing hfestyles (begin) to separate modern families, several generations of the same family (often live) together. PART FOUR: WRITING A. Sentence transformation Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the printed one. 1. It was a red-letter day. That day 2. Our present financial problems will soon be a thing of the past. We shall 3. Fancy you and I meeting in the middle of Africa like this. It's really odd 4. We regret to inform you that your application has not been successful. Much to 5. You've got a nerve, implying that it was all my fault. How dare 6. He made no bones about helping me. He didn 't 7. Its lack of irregular verbs makes Esperanto a unique language. Unlike 8. He never thought of telling her It never 9. The dress was so tempting that I bought it. / couldn't resist 18 10. The idea no longer interests her. She has f>one B. Key-word transformation Rewrite the following sentences using the given words. Do not alter these words. 1. Very Httle money was raised by the charity appeal, (response) 2. His irresponsible attitude is endangering his career as a doctor, (jeopardy) 3. That wasn't what I meant at all. You've completely misunderstood me as usual, (stick) 4. I don't like him because he boasts a lot. (mouth) 5. He liked the new job straight away, (duck) 6. Your attitude will have to change i f you want to succeed, (leaf) 7. The new musical has delighted theatre audiences throughout the country, (storm) 8. Even though the election is tomorrow, many voters still haven't decided on the candidate they are going to vote for. (fence) 9. He's not sure whether to go or not. (minds) lO.She has extensive knowledge of ancient Egypt, (very) PART F I V E : READING A. Cloze test Fill in each blank with one suitable word. Society does not encourage crying as a form of (1) expression. The shedding of tears to make people feel uncomfortable and embarrassed. The (2) race is the only species that sheds emotional tears. What (3) does crying serve? It has been suggested that emotional tears play a role in the (4) of stress. Scientific studies have revealed that emotional tears contain a chemical which is one of the body's natural (5) found in tears (6) tears may (7) killers. The chemical is not as a response to slicing onions. Scientists think that to remove substances that accumulate in the body under stress. This would explain why many people feel much better after crying. As a result of the view that it is not (8) to cry, men tend to hold back their tears. This may explain when men develop more stress - related diseases than women. 19 (9) emotion, be if a feeling of sadness or happiness, is stressful. Tears are therefore shed as a response to sorrow, anger or joy. It is natural to cry. Indeed, it may be (10) to hold back tears. B. Reading comprehension Rearrange the following sentences into the correct order to make a passage. E Y E W I T N E S S GUIDES 1. It all started just six years ago with Birds. Since then. Eyewitness Guides have become a publishing sensation - 50 subjects covered, 40 countries conquered, 15 million copies sold. 2. We live in an age of television, video and interactive computing, in which children are skilled at absorbing data from images at a glance. While this makes them respond favourably to visual learning, the disadvantage is that they sometimes lack confidence with words. 3. One of the main reasons behind the books' success is the discovery that, against a white background, even the most famiUar objects can look wonderful. 4. Eyewitness Guides are the outcome of a unique approach, in which photographs, models, maps and diagrams are specially produced. 5. But the success of Eyewitness Guides cannot be measured in statistics alone, for these high-quality reference books have established a completely original way of presenting information. 6. Everything is done to make certain that they compete with the impact of television images. 7. So, what the Eyewitness Guides have done is to combine the two elements, words and pictures, treating them as just one thing - entertainment. 8. Often a single photographic image will take up an entire double page spread grabbing your attention. 9. But these books have one major advantage children can return to them again and again, finding something fresh to read every time. 10. Whatever the image, you'll always find the text right along side, building your understanding of the subject. 20
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