Đề cương ôn thi học sinh giỏi môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11
ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN THI HỌC SINH GIỎI MÔN TIẾNG ANH
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KỲ THI CHỌN HSG LỚP 11 THPT
Section 1. Complete the form below. Write ONE WORD AND/ OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|Rented properties customer’s requirements|
No. of bedrooms:
|Preferred location:||In the _______________ (1) area of town|
|Maximum monthly rent:||£ ________________ (2)|
|Length of let required:||__________________ (3)|
Complete the table below. Write ONE WORD AND/ OR A NUMBER for each answer.
|Oakington Avenue||Living/dining room, separate kitchen||£ 550||No ___________(4)|
|Mead Street||Large living room and kitchen, bathroom and a cloakroom||£ 580||The ___________(5) is too large|
|Hamilton Road||Living room, kitchen-diner, and a |
|£ 550||Too ___________(7)|
|Devon Close||Living room, dining room, small kitchen||£ _____________(8)||None|
Which two facilities in the district of Devon Close are open to the public at the moment?
_____________ (9) hall and ____________ (10) pool.
Section 2. Choose the correct answer
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
1. Paul decided to get work experience in South America because he wanted
A. to teach English there B. to improve his Spanish
C. to learn about Latin American life D. to improve his English
2. What project work did Paul originally intend to get involved in?
A. construction B. agriculture
C. tourism D. architecture
3. Why did Paul change from one project to another?
A. his first job was not well organized B. he found doing the routine work very boring
C. the work was too physically demanding D. his first job was boring
4. In the village community, he learnt how important it was to
A. respect family life B. develop trust
C. use money wisely D. spend time with neighbors
5. What does Paul say about his project manager?
A. he let Paul do most of the work B. his plans were too ambitious
C. he was very supportive of Paul D. he was too ambitious
PART II. PHONETICS
I. Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from those of the other words.
1. A. latter B. label C. ladder D. latitude
2. A. pour B. roar C. flour D. soar
3. A. chase B. purchase C. bookcase D. suitcase
4. A. thread B. feather C. bread D. bead
5. A. Prepare B. preface C. preparation D. prejudice
II. Choose the word whose stress pattern is differently from those of the other words.
1. A. amphibian B. champagne C. cathedral D. creature
2. A. accommodation B. antibiotic C. counterclockwise D. deforestation
3. A. consciousness B. ecotourism C. biosphere D. confirm
4. A. architectural B. cosmopolitan C. appreciative D. archeologist
5. A. consolidate B. context C. conference D. confidence
PART III. LEXICO-GRAMMAR
I. Read the sentences carefully and choose the best answers to make complete ones.
1. From 1949 onward, the artist Georgia O'keeffe made New Mexico _______.
A. her permanent residence was
B. where her permanent residence
C. permanent residence for her
D. her permanent residence
2. Just as remote-controlled satellites can be employed to explore outer space, _______ employed to investigate the deep sea.
A. can be robots B. robots can be
C. can robots D. can robots that are
3. _______ is not clear to researchers.
A. Why dinosaurs having become extinct
B. Why dinosaurs became extinct
C. Did dinosaurs become extinct
D. Dinosaurs became extinct
4. The first transatlantic telephone cable system was not established _______ 1956.
A. while B. until C. on D. when
5. Drinking water _______ excessive amounts of fluorides may leave a stained or mottled effect on the enamel of teeth.
A. containing B. in which containing
C. contains D. that contain
6. In the 1820's physical education became _______ of the curriculum of Harvard and Yale Universities.
A. to be part B. which was part
C. was part D part
7. If you can win his attention ___________ for you.
A. the so much better B. the better so much
C. so much the better D. so the much better
8. The President resigned; the whiff of scandal remained ____________.
A. Otherwise B. therefore
C. immediately D. nevertheless
9. Which __________ agency do you work for?
A. ads B. advertised
C. advertising D. advertisement
10. Van Gogh suffered from depression ____________ by overwork and ill-health.
A. brought on B. coming about
C. taken up D. put through
II. Each sentence below contains 1 mistake. IDENTIFY the mistakes and WRITE THEIR CORRECT FORMS.
1. Had the committee members considered the alternatives more carefully, they would have realized that the second was superior than the first:
2. Malnutrition is a major cause of death in those countries where the cultivation of rice have been impeded by recurrent drought.
3. Because the residents had worked so diligent to renovate the old building, the manager had a party.
4. John's wisdom teeth were troubling him, so he went to a dental surgeon to see about having them pull.
5. Time spends very slowly when you are waiting for a bus to arrive
6. Judy decided to wait until after she had taken her exams before having her wisdom teeth pull.
7. Hardly the plane had landed when Adam realized that he had left the file that he needed at his office.
8. When she was asked for her opinion on the course, she said it had been a waist of time.
9. I try to remember your name but I am afraid I cannot remember it.
10. I'd prefer to do it on myself because other people make me nervous.
III. Fill in each blank with a suitable PREPOSITION or PARTICLE.
1. I know ________ experience that I do my best work early in the morning.
I am astonished ________ the way my students can spend all night at the disco and still remember their prepositions next morning.
3. Is it possible to insure yourself ________ nuclear attack?
4. At school today, we had a long discussion _______ the best way to learn a foreign language.
5. "How can I discourage my boyfriend _______ trying to kiss me all the time?" "Eat plenty of garlic."
6. Raise the gun to your shoulder, aim _______ the target, and try not to kill anyone.
7. Small children should be watched ____________ carefully.
8. Would you give up your country cottage __________ a town flat?
9. He'll inherit the money when he comes ______________ age.
10. The performance on the first night came ______________ pretty.
IV. Write the correct FORM of each bracketed word.
1. (ADAPT)__________ to a new environment is a difficult thing for old people.
2. Police asked (PASS) ______________ if they had seen the accident happen.
3. What a (WORRY) ______________pair of children. They have to be watched every minute of the day.
4. Children are taught from young to be (RESPECT) _____________ to their elders.
5. They frequently (MOBILE) _________________ the traffic as they march through the streets.
6. He shook his head in _____________ (APPROVE)
7. He fought the illness with courage and ________________ (DETERMINE)
8. She seems (REASON) __________happy in her new job.
9. Can we (ARRANGE) _____________the meeting for next Monday at 7?
10. If you weren't so (ACT)_______________, you wouldn't be so fat!
PART IV. READING
I. Read the text & decide which word best fits each space by choosing A, B, C or D.
Action scenes in films
Modern cinema audiences expect to see plenty of thrilling scenes in action films. These scenes, which are (1) __________ as stunts, are usually performed by stuntmen who are specially trained to do dangerous things safely. (2) ________ can crash a car, but if you are shooting a film, you have to be extremely (3) __________ sometimes stopping right in front of the camera and film crew. At an early (4) ___________ in the production, an expert stuntman is (5) __________ in to work out the action scenes and form a team. He is the only person who can go (6) __________ the wishes of the director, although he will usually only do this in the (7) __________ of safety.
Many famous actors like to do the dangerous parts themselves, which produces better shots, since stuntmen don't have to (8) _________ in for the actors. Actors like to become (9) _________ in all the important aspects of the character they are playing, but without the recent progress in safety equipment, insurance companies would never let them take the risk. To do their own stunts, actors need to be good athletes, but they must also be sensible and know their (10) ___________.If they were to be hurt, the film would come to a sudden halt.
1. A. remarked B. known C. referred D. named
2. A. Everyone B. Someone C. Anyone D. No one
3. A. detailed B. plain C. straight D. precise
4. A. period B. minute C. part D. stage
5. A. led B. taken C. drawn D. called
6. A. over B. against C. through D. across
7. A. interests B. needs C. purposes D. regards
8. A. work B. get C. put D. stand
9. A. connected B. arranged C. involved D. affected
10. A. limits B. ends C. frontiers D. borders