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Đề thi học sinh giỏi môn tiếng Anh lớp 9 thành phố Hà Nội năm 2016

Đề thi học sinh giỏi cấp tỉnh môn Tiếng Anh lớp 9 Sở GD &ĐT TP. Đà Nẵng năm học 2015 - 2016 có đáp án







Thời gian: 150 phút (không kể thời gian giao nhận đề)

Ngày kiểm tra: 20/9/2016

A. LISTEN (1,6 pts)

I. People are talking about their weekends. How was each person's weekend? Listen and circle the correct answer. You are allowed to listen to the recorder TWICE (0,8 pts)

1. A. so-so

B. terrible

C. great

D. nice

2. A. disappointing

B. pleasant

C. boring

D. interesting

3. A. tiring

B. terrific

C. wonderful

D. beautiful

4. A. awful

B. quiet

C. enjoyable

D. suitable

II. Four hotel guests are calling for a taxi. Are these statements True or False? Listen and check (P) the appropriate box. You are allowed to listen to the recorder TWICE (0,8 pts)



5. The caller’s flight leaves in four hours.

6. The caller wants to go to another hotel.

7. The caller needs to catch a train.

8. The caller’s friend is going to have a baby soon.


I. Choose the word with the different pronunciation of the underline part (1 pt)

9. A. naked

B. crooked

C. packed

D. wicked

10. A. relationship

B. recommend

C. resident

D. revolution

11. A. exchange

B. charity

C. teacher

D. chorus

12. A. delivery

B. wilderness

C. rhino

D. philosophy

13. A. Threaten

B. Earth

C. Healthy

D. Northern

II. Choose the word in each line that has different stress pattern (1 pt)

14. A. telephone

B. facility

C. reference

D. precaution

15. A. energy

B. pedestrian

C. institute

D. document

16. A. historic

B. economic

C. afternoon

D. entertainment

17. A. accuracy

B. interestingly

C. efficiency

D. dangerously

18. A. economic

B. experience

C. invitation

D. introduction


I. Choose the best answer by circling its corresponding letter A, B, C or D (3 pts)

19. Shhh. I hear someone _________ from the distance. Do you hear anything?

A. interesting

B. thinking

C. boring

D. crying

20. We looked for him everywhere but he was nowhere_________.

A. to be seen

B. saw

C. seeing

D. seen

21. The man and his pets _________ are playing in the garden look so happy.

A. which

B. who

C. that

D. B and C

22. John is working in a factory. His job is_________broken machines.

A. repairing

B. repaired

C. to repair

D. repair

23. If he had not been absent yester day, everything _________

A. would be ok at the moment.

B. wouldn’t ok at present.

C. won’t be alright now.

D. wouldn have been ok now.

24. The letter must have been written_________different languages.

A. by

B. in

C. with

D. of

25. We all believe that the survival girl_________better then.

A. was

B. is

C. be

D. to be

26. The more paper we save, the_________wood we use for making it.

A. fewer

B. less

C. smaller

D. more

27. Computers are products made for_________in almost all offices nowaday.

A. using

B. usage

C. to use

D. use

28. I wrote to them a fortnight ago but_________I have not had a reply.

A. as yet

B. those days

C. so long

D. just now

29. A lot of progress has been _________since the country became independent

A. created

B. done

C. built

D. made

30. Don’t let a good chance_________.

A. go by

B. go off

C. go down

D. go over

31. The trees_________

A. were grown by John yesterday in the backyard.

B. were grown in the backyard by John yesterday.

C. were grown in the backyard yesterday by John.

D. in the backyard were grown yesterday by John.

32. I did not use to like football.

A. I do not like football.

B. When I was young I liked football, but now I don’t.

C. Once I didn’t like football, but now I do.

D. I was not accustomed to football.

33. ‘Would you like some coffee?’ Peter asked me.

A. Peter asked me if I liked coffee.

B. Peter offered to give me some coffee.

C. Peter asked me to make him a cup of coffee.

D. Peter wanted to know if I would like to make coffee.

II. Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses (1 pt)

34. Our boss suggested that the trip to the countryside (delay)_______untill next month.

35. She stopped talking about her illness and went on_______(work).

36. The casstle looks so old that it needs (repair)_______.

37. _______(make) of metal, the gate is quite safe.

38. Could you tell me the name of the man (make)_______a speech on the stage?

- I have no idea.

Write your answers here:

34. ________________________

35. ________________________

36. _______________________

37. ________________________

38. ________________________

III. Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions (1 pt)

39. The city was covered_______smoke from the burns nearby.

40. The police said a notorious criminal was involved_______the robbery.

41. For most North American household lighting accounts for 10 percent to 15 percent of the electricity bill. However, this amount can be reduced by replacing an ordinary 100. watt light bulb_______an energy saving bulb.

42. The weather is terribly hot, so many boys run to the rivers, jump_______and swim.

43. Ho Chi Minh devoted all his life to the struggle_______the liberation of our country.

Write your answers here:

39. ________________________

40. ________________________

41. _______________________

42. ________________________

43. ________________________

IV. Give the correct forms of words in the brackets (1,4 pts)


44. The_______examination is of great importance to the students of grade 9. (ENTER)

44. _____________________

45. Mispronunciation in speaking a language usually leads to _______. (UNDERSTAND)

45. _____________________

46. Most of the banks are now_______. (COMPUTER)

46. _____________________

47. We are waiting for the______of his plane. (ARRIVE)

47. _____________________

48. Women nowadays have more_______to participate in social activities. (FREE)

48. _____________________

49. She made a deep_______on the members of her class. (IMPRESS)

49. _____________________

50. He is one of the most famous_______in the world. (ENVIRONMENT)

50. _____________________


I. Read, then choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C, or D (2 pts)

Radar is an electronic device that can "see" great distances (51)_____fog, rain, snow, cloud, and darkness. It can find and (52)_____locate missiles, aircraft, ships, cities, rainstorms, and mountains. Radar uses radio waves, (53)_____light waves, which the human eye uses in seeing. This makes it (54)_____for radar to locate many kinds of objects at (55)_____greater distances than the eye can see. Radar became an important military device during World War II. Today, networks of radar lookout stations guard the United States and Canada 24 hours a day against (56)_____missiles and airplanes. Patrol planes and ships (57)_____the oceans with radar for hostile ships and aircraft. Airports use radar to (58)_____planes safety to earth in fog or storms. Ships use it to steer clear of other (59)_____or icebergs. Radar helps weathermen warn of (60)_____ hurricanes or tornadoes.


A. in spite

B. despite

C. though

D. although


A. cure

B. exact

C. accurately

D. accurate


A. instead of

B. in addition

C. in stead

D. in addition to


A. possibility

B. possible


D. can


A. well

B. farther

C. far

D. further


A. long range

B. low range

C. ranged

D. length range


A. use

B. find

C. seek

D. search


A. find

B. take

C. guide

D. guidance


A. vessel

B. vessels

C. sail

D. sails


A. to approach

B. approaches

C. approach

D. approaching

II. Fill in each numbered blank with a suitable word (2 pts)


In these days of high unemployment, it is often difficult (61)_____young people to find a job. If they are lucky (62)_____to be asked to go for an interview, they may find (63)_____there are at least 20 other applicants for the (64) _____. If a company is thinking of offering (65)_____a job, they will ask you for at least one reference from either your previous employer (66)_____someone who knows you well. (67) _____taking up your job, you may have to sign a contract. You will probably have to do some training, (68)_____helps you to do the job more successfully. Once you have decided that this is your chosen career, you will then have to work (69)_____to try and get promotion, which usually brings more responsibility and more money! If you are unlucky, you may be made redundant, and not be able to find (70)_____job. It is also a good idea to pay some money into a pension scheme, which will help you to look after yourself and your family when you are retired. Finally, good luck!

Write your answers here:

61. ________________________

62. ________________________

63. _______________________

64. ________________________

65. ________________________

66. _______________________

67. ________________________

68. ________________________

69. ________________________

70. ________________________

III. Read the passage and choose the best answer A, B, C or D (1 pt)

In the future, maybe all cars that run on petrol will be replaced by solar cars, which have been around for a while, but with recent developments in solar car design and the measurement of photovoltaic cells becoming smaller, the dream of a truly efficient solar car is more reality than fantasy. A solar car is a vehicle powered by photovoltaic cells, also called solar cells, which convert sunlight (light energy) into electrical energy. As a source of energy on earth, there is nothing like the sun: in a mere one thousandth of one second (.001), the sun emits enough energy to fulfill our planet's energy needs for the next 5,000 years. It is a staggering fact, and an exciting one. Since the energy from the sun is responsible for renewable resources such as wind, tides, and heat, solar energy seems to offer the brightest future for not only cars, but for the entire energy crisis. Despite the appearance that solar energy may be the least feasible among the current crop of alternative fuel propositions, new solar powered devices and more specifically solar powered cars are beginning to be developed. How do Solar. Cars work?

The photo-voltaic cells absorb photons from sunlight. This action generates heat, which the cells then convert into electrical energy and stores in an on-board battery. This process of conversion is called the photovoltaic effect. Not surprisingly, such a vehicle has zero emissions, and is very environmentally friendly. Unfortunately, at the moment photovoltaic cells are extremely inefficient, yet as time progresses the efficiency of these cells will grow. This will make solar energy and solar cars the fuel and car of the future-a closer reality.

71. According to the text, _________

A. up to now, we have designed some solar cars.

B. solar cars have been very popular for many years.

C. we have not produced any solar cars yet.

D. solar cars are not as much appreciated as other kinds of car.

72. A solar car is supplied power from_________.

A. gas

B. petrol

C. photovoltaic cells

D. electricity

73. Which can not help us to solve the problem of energy crisis?

A. wind

B. tide

C. the sun

D. heat from the moon

74. According to the text, _________

A. no powered solar devices have been developed so far.

B. besides solar car, we have also developed
solar powered device.

C. solar energy plans are more feasible than wind energy plans.

D. tide can supply more energy than the sun.

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