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NĂM HỌC 2020-2021
Thời gian thi: 180 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề (Đề thi gồm 05 trang)
Section 1: Question 01-10. You will hear a conversation on opening a bank account. Listen and
write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer.
Type of student account:
the (01)________________ account
Full name of application:
Elme Lewis
Date of birth:
Current address:
(03)________________ Drive
A student account offers:
an account book and a (05)________________
(06) £________________
Passport, (07)________________
Identity (security problem):
Name of (08)________________; Emma
Every (09)________________
Special request:
Open (10)________________ account as well
Section 2: Question 11-20. You will hear a man giving a talk about grass roofs on roof tops of a
building. Listen and choose the correct answer marked A, B, or C.
11. Green products are aimed at__________.
A. people who can afford to pay higher prices
B. the young who are very environmentally aware
C. those who care more about environment
12. Grass roofs have been used__________.
A. on buildings in Europe
B. on homes and other buildings
C. mostly on residential buildings
13. On the grass roof, soil or crushed stones are laid directly on top of__________.
A. the insulation and drainage layer
B. the waterproof underlay
C. the wooden roof deck
Question 14-20: Complete the notes below. Write ONLY ONE WORD for each answer.
Type of roof
Grass roof
in (17)_____________
summer, warmer in winter. appearance in winter
(16)_____________ absorb
water run-off
Not recommended
Thatched roof
Good insulators
Very (20)_____________
No ideal for cities
I. Complete each of the following sentences with the correct answer (A, B, C or D). Identify your answer
by writing the corresponding letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet.
21. I don’t know what to say to break the___________ with someone I’ve just met at the party.
A. air
B. ice
C. leg
D. rule
22. Rachel is mad___________ the Eurovision.
A. about
B. for
C. from
D. against
KỲ THI CHỌN HSG CẤP TRƯỜNG 2020-2021 – ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH 11 Trang 1/5 23. Make sure you mix the ingredients well, ___________ you might get lumps in your cake.
A. unless
B. otherwise
C. provided
D. supposing
24. If you hadn’t taken the money, you___________ in prison now.
A. wouldn’t be
B. hadn’t been
C. haven’t been
D. wouldn’t have been
25. Fiona can’t___________ about the meeting. I reminded her this morning!
A. forget
B. have forgotten
C. be forgetting
D. have been forgetting
26. In the_________ agriculture, farmers try to limit the use of chemicals and fertilizers.
A. sustainable
B. conserving
C. preserving
D. supporting
27. It is___________ that has helped us to build this bridge.
A. he
B. his
C. him
D. he’s
28. I glanced at the newspaper and saw that the___________ said “President Resigns”
A. headline
B. heading
C. subtitle
D. chapter
29. I think the discussion has gone on___________ and we should make a decision.
A. long enough
B. such long
C. so long
D. enough long
30. Tung: “What do you think about time management skill?” Tu: “________________”
A. It’s time to go.
B. I quite agree with you.
C. It is an important life skill.
D. I can’t help thinking about it.
31. Lucy was late for school this morning because the alarm didn’t___________ as usual.
A. ring off
B. get off
C. go off
D. take off
32. She applied for paid leave but her boss rejected her application___________.
A. in hand
B. on hand
C. at hand
D. out of hand
33. I’m older than you are, ___________?
A. am I
B. isn’t it
C. aren’t I
D. aren’t you
34. ___________ parrots are native to tropical regions is untrue.
A. That all
B. All
C. Why all
D. Since all
35. Mike: “Thank you for a lovely evening”.
Lane: “_________________”
A. It depends on you.
B. Thank you very much indeed.
C. Yeah. I’m really looking forward to it.
D. You are welcome.
II. Each of the numbered lines in the passage contains a mistake, find and correct it.
Instructors in American colleges and universities use many 36. ……………  ……………
different teaching methods. Some instructor give assignments 37. ……………  ……………
every day. They grade homework. Students in their classes have
to take many quizzes, a midterm exam, and a final text. Others 38. ……………  ……………
instructors pass only written assignments. Some teachers always 39. ……………  ……………
follow a course outline and usually use a text book. Other send 40. ……………  ……………
students to the library for assignments.
The atmosphere in some classrooms is very former. Students 41. ……………  ……………
call them instructors ‘Professor Smith,’ ‘Mrs. Jones,’ and so on. 42. ……………  ……………
Some teachers wear business clothes and make lectures. Other 43. ……………  ……………
classrooms have an informal atmosphere. Students and teachers
discussed their ideas. Instructors dress informally, and students 44. ……………  ……………
call them by their first names. American teachers are not like in 45. ……………  ……………
their teaching styles.
III. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs
correction in each of the following questions.
46. The highly you are qualified for the job, the more likely you will succeed in your career.
A. The highly
B. qualified for
C. more likely
D. will succeed in
47. The result of that test must be inform before August.
KỲ THI CHỌN HSG CẤP TRƯỜNG 2020-2021 – ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH 11 Trang 2/5 A. result
B. must be
C. inform
D. before
48. Jack London was a very famous novelist who works have been widely read.
A. a very famous
B. who
C. works
D. widely read
49. Developed in the early 1900 in Canada, synchronized swimming is a sport performed exclusive by
women, rather than by men.
A. Developed
B. performed
C. exclusive
D. rather than
50. Shortly before the Allied invasion of Normandy, Ernest Hemingway has gone to London as a war
A. Shortly
B. invasion
C. has gone
D. correspondent
IV. Supply the correct form of the word in capital letter. Write your answers on your answer sheet.
There is still no adequate (51. EXPLAIN)__________ why, several thousand years ago,
cultures in both Egypt and South America saw the (52. INTRODUCE)__________ of pyramids.
Was it coincidence? Many (53. SCIENCE)__________ believe that it was, and state that there is no
(54. POSSIBLE)__________ at all that people from two distant continents traded information on
(55. BUILD)__________ techniques. However, some (56. REVOLUTION)__________ theories in
recent years, based on the (57. DISCOVER)__________ that the two cultures also share key myths,
legends and beliefs, suggest that the (58. APPEAR)__________ of pyramids on opposite sides of
the world was no coincidence at all. One (59. RESEARCH)__________ working on this, Crystal
David, said: “The (60. IMPORTANT)__________ of finding out the truth here cannot be exaggerated.
It could change our whole understanding of the history of the world.”
I. Read the passage of five paragraphs (A, B, C, D, and E) and do the tasks that follow.
Besides the earth’s oceans, glacier ice is the largest source of water on earth. A glacier is a
massive stream or sheet of ice that moves underneath itself under the influence of gravity. Some
glaciers travel down mountains or valleys, while others spread across a large expanse of land. Heavily
glaciated regions such as Greenland and Antarctica are called continental glaciers. These two ice
sheets encompass more than 95% of the earth’s glacial ice. The Greenland ice sheet is almost
10,000 feet thick in some areas, and the weight of this glacier is so heavy that much of the region has
been depressed below sea level. Smaller glaciers that occur at higher elevations are called alpine or
valley glaciers. Another way of classifying glaciers is in terms of their internal temperature. In
temperate glaciers, the ice within the glacier is near its melting point. Polar glaciers, in contrast,
always maintain temperatures far below melting.
The majority of the earth’s glaciers are located near the poles, though glaciers exist on all
continents, including Africa and Oceania. The reason glaciers are generally formed in high alpine
regions is that they require cold temperature throughout the year, in these areas where there is
little opportunity for summer ablation (loss of mass), snow changes to compacted firm and then
crystallized ice. During periods in which melting and evaporation exceed the amount of snowfall,
glaciers will retreat rather than progress. While glaciers rely heavily on snowfall, other climatic
conditions including freezing rain, avalanches and wind, contribute to their growth. One year of below
average precipitation can stunt the growth of a glacier tremendously. With the rare 7 exception of
surging glaciers, a common glacier flows about 10 inches per day in the summer and 5 inches per day
in the winter. The fastest glacial surge on record occurred in 1953, when the Kutiah Glacier in
Pakistan grew more than 12 kilometers in three months.
The weight and pressure of ice accumulation causes glacier movement. Glaciers move out
from under themselves, via plastic deformation and basal slippage. First, the internal flow of ice
crystals begins to spread outward and downward from the thickened snow pack also known as the
zone of accumulation. Next, the ice along the ground surface begins to slip in the same direction.
Seasonal thawing at the base of the glacier helps to facilitate this slippage. The middle of a glacier
moves faster than the sides and bottom because there is no rock to cause friction. The upper part of a
KỲ THI CHỌN HSG CẤP TRƯỜNG 2020-2021 – ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH 11 Trang 3/5 glacier rides on the ice below. As a glacier moves it carves out a U-shaped valley to a riverbed, but
with much steeper walls and flatter bottom.
Besides the extraordinary rivers of ice, glacial erosion creates other unique physical features
in the landscape such as horns, fjords, hanging valleys, and cirques. Most of these landforms
do not become visible until after glaciers have receded. Many are created by moraines, which
occur at the sides and front of a glacier. Moraines are formed when material is picked up along the
way and deposited in a new location. When many alpine glaciers occur on the same mountain, these
moraines can create a horn. The matter horn, in the Swiss Alps is one of the most famous horns.
Fjords, which are very common in Norway, are coastal valleys that fill with ocean water during a
glacial retreat. Hanging valleys occur when two or more glacial valleys intersect at varying elevations.
It is common for waterfalls to connect the higher and lower hanging valleys, such as in
Yosemite National Park. A cirque is a large bowl-shaped valley that forms at the front of a glacier.
Cirques often have a lip on their down slope that is deep enough to hold small lakes when the ice
melts away.
Glacier movement and shape shifting typically occur over hundreds of years. While presently
about 10% of the earth land is covered with glaciers, it is believed that during the last Ice Age glaciers
covered approximately 32% of the earth’s surface. In the past century, most glaciers have been
retreating rather flowing forward. It is unknown whether this glacial activity is due to human impact
or natural causes, but by studying glacier movement, and comparing climate and agricultural
profiles over hundreds of years, glaciologists can begin to understand environmental issues such as
global warming.
Choose the most suitable heading for each paragraph
I. Glacial continents
V. Glaciers through the years
II. Formation and growth of Glaciers
VI. Types of Glaciers
III. Glacial Movement
VII. Glacial Effects on Landscape
IV. Glaciers in the last Ice Age
VIII. Glaciers in National Parks
61. Paragraph A ………….
64. Paragraph D …………. 62. Paragraph B ………….
65. Paragraph E …………. 63. Paragraph C …………. Write T (true), F (false) or NG (not given) for each of the following statements
66. ………. Glaciers exist only near the north and south poles.
67. ………. Glaciers are formed by a combination of snow and other weather conditions.
68. ………. Glaciers normally move at a rate of about 5 to 10 inches a day.
69. ………. All parts of the glacier move at the same speed.
70. ………. During the last Ice Age, average temperatures were much lower than they are now.
II. Complete the passage by filling in each blank with ONE suitable word.
When the day comes, give yourself plenty of time to do everything: have breakfast but don’t
drink (71)__________ much; go to the toilet; arrive on time, but not too early or you will find yourself
getting more and more nervous while you wait to start. Try not to talk (72)__________ the exam
before you go in.
In the exam, calm (73)__________ down by breathing deeply and thinking positively. Read
the exam questions carefully and underline all of the key instruction words (74)__________ indicate
how the questions should (75)__________ answered. If possible start with the ones you can do easily
to give you confidence. Remember what you’ve learnt from practicing questions and doing mock
exams previously and plan your use of time. Don’t panic (76)__________ everyone around you seems
to start writing furiously straight away and don’t be tempted to follow their example.
Finally, after the exam, don’t join in a discussion about (77)__________ everyone else did,
(78)__________ you want to frighten yourself, and drain your self-confidence for the next exam.
KỲ THI CHỌN HSG CẤP TRƯỜNG 2020-2021 – ĐỀ THI MÔN TIẾNG ANH 11 Trang 4/5 Above (79)__________, remember that exams are not designed to catch you out, (80)__________ to
find out what you know, what you understand and what you can do.
III. Complete the passage by choosing the best option A, B, C or D to fill in each blank.
Mobile phones release microwave radio emissions. Researchers are questioning
(81)__________ exposure to these radio waves might (82)__________ to brain cancer.
So far, the data are not conclusive. The scientific evidence does not (83)__________ us to say
with certainty that mobile phones are categorically (84)__________. On the other hand, current
research has not yet (85)__________ clear adverse effects associated with the prolonged use of mobile
Numerous studies are now going (86)__________ in various countries. Some of the results are
contradictory but others have shown an association between mobile phone use and cancer.
(87)__________, these studies are preliminary and the issue needs further, long – term investigation.
Until scientific data are more definite, it is prudent (88)__________ people to try not to use
mobile phone for long (89)__________ of time. Don’t think that hand-free phones are any safer either.
At the moment, research is in fact showing the (90)__________ and they may be just as dangerous.
81. A. where
82. A. cause
83. A. enable
84. A. risky
85. A. investigated
86. A. by
87. A. Though
88. A. if
89. A. amounts
90. A. fact B. what
B. lead
B. make
B. secure
B. demonstrated
B. on
B. Additionally
B. for
B. periods
B. opposite C. whether
C. produce
C. able
C. unhealthy
C. caused
C. through
C. However
C. when
C. quantities
C. way D. as to
D. bring
D. let
D. safe
D. produced
D. about
D. While
D. with
D. intervals
I. Complete the second sentence so that it has the similar meaning to the first sentence. You must
not change the word given.
91. Is there any chance of his coming to the party?
Is he ________________________________________________________?
92. I’m sure it wasn’t Jim who did it.
It ___________________________________________________________.
93. He promised me he would be back before midnight.
He __________________________________________________________.
94. He prefers cycling to walking.
He would _____________________________________________________.
95. That dress is a third of the cost of the blue one.
The blue dress is _______________________________________________.
II. Essay writing.
Children should be encouraged to use computers from an early age.
Do you agree or disagree with the above idea? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant
examples from your own knowledge and/or experience.
You should write about 250 words.
Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu. Cán bộ coi thi không giải thích gì thêm!
Họ và tên thí sinh:………..………………………………………..……… Số báo danh:……………..……
NĂM HỌC 2020-2021
Thời gian thi: 180 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề (HDC gồm 03 trang)
Total: 20 points
PART A. LISTENING (4.0 points; 0.2 point/ correct item)
Section 1:
01. current
02. 14th February 1982
03. Smithfield
04. 798643
05. connect card
06. £ 300
07. a reference letter
08. little sister
09. month
10. Internet bank
Section 2:
11. C
12. B
13. A
14. cooler
15. maintenance
16. biodiversity
17. unattractive
18. tidy
19. heat
20. pricy/ pricey
PART B. LEXICO – GRAMMAR (6.0 points)
I. (1.5 point; 0.1 point/ correct item)
21. B 22. A 23. B 24. A 25. B 26. A 27. A 28. A 29. A 30. C
31. C 32. D 33. C 34. A 35. D
II. (2.0 point; 0.1 point/ correct item – ERROR&CORRECTION)
36. in  at
37. instructor  instructors
38. Other  Others
39. written  writing 40. a  the
41. former  formal
42. them their
43. make  give
44. discussed  discuss
45. like  alike
III. (0.5 point; 0.1 point/ correct item)
46. A 47. C 48. B 49. C 50. C
IV. (2.0 point; 0.2 point/ correct item)
51. explanation
52. introduction
53. scientists
54. possibility
55. building
56. revolutionary
57. discovery
58. appearance
59. researcher
60. importance
PART C. READING (6.0 points; 0.2 point/ correct item)
I. (2.0 point; 0.2 point/ correct item)
61. VI 62. II 63. III 64. VII 65. V 66. F 67. T 68. T 69. F
II. (2.0 point; 0.2 point/ correct item)
71. too
72. about
73. yourself 74. which/ that
76. if/ when 77. what
78. unless
79. all
III. (2.0 point; 0.2 point/ correct item)
81. C 82. B 83. A 84. D 85. B 86. B 87. C 88. B 89. B 70. NG
75. be
80. but
90. B PART D. WRITING (4.0 points)
I. (1.0 point; 0.1 point/ correct item)
91. Is he likely to come to the party?
92. It can’t have been Jim who did it.
93. He gave me his word that he would be back before midnight
94. He would prefer to cycle rather than walk.
95. The blue dress is three time as much as that one.
II. Essay writing (3.0 points)
Total score: 3.0 points;
Task achievement (0.8 point)
Grammar range and Accuracy (0.8 point)
Coherence and cohesion (0.8 point)
Lexical resource (0.6 point)
Section 1: Question 01-10 .You will hear a conversation on opening a bank account. Listen and write
Elme: Good morning. I’d like to open a bank account, please.
Clerk: Yes, certainly. If you’d like to take a seat, I’ll just get some details for you.
Elme: Thanks.
Clerk: What type of account do you want?
Elme: Well, I’m going to Edinburgh University this October and I want to open a student account.
Clerk: I see. Is it a current account or a deposit account you wanted?
Elme: A current one is much more convenient I think (Question 01).
Clerk: Right. I’ve got the application form here then. First of all, can I have your full name please?
Elme: Yes, it’s Elme Lewis. That is E – L – M – E.
Clerk: Ok, and what’s your birthday please?
Elme: I was born on the 14th February, 1982 (Question 02).
Clerk: Woo, the Valentine’s Day! Where are you living now, Mr. Elme?
Elme: 17, Smithfield Drive. (Question 03)
Clerk: I know this place. Do you have a day time telephone number?
Elme: Yes, I’ve got it here. The number is 798643
Clerk: Great! Normally, the student account will offer you an account book and a connect card
(Question 04). You can use the card 24 hours a day in the ATMs at any branches.
Elme: I see. Will I get interest on the money in my account?
Clerk: Yes, of course. The interest depends on the sum in your account, i.e. lower than £600, interest
is 4.5% 600 and more, the interest goes up to 5.5%. (Question 05)
Elme: That sounds reasonable. What advantages does the student account have?
Clerk: We offer a £300 overdraft limit at a low interest. (Question 06)
Elme: I see
Clerk: Now, can I have your passport and your student card?
Elme: Here is my passport, but I don’t have a student card right now. The university gave me a
reference letter (Question 07), would that do?
Clerk: Yes, that’s fine. Now we usually ask for a piece of information which we can use to check
your identity, for security reasons.
Elme: My little sister’s name? is that OK?
Clerk: Yes, It’s less likely to be known.
Elme: Yes, it’s Emma, E-M-M-A. (Question 08)
Clerk: Well, let’s see, how often would you like to receive statements?
Elme: I haven’t really thought about it. Can I have them sent once a month? (Question 09) KỲ THI CHỌN HSG CẤP TRƯỜNG 2020-2021 – HDC MÔN TIẾNG ANH 11 Trang 2/3 Clerk: Yes, that’s fine. One more thing I’d like to mention is that we have two types of special services.
One is the mobile phone service and the other is internet bank account. Do you have internet bank
account. Do you have interest in any of them?
Elme: En…I surf the internet almost every day, and I think it’s much more convenient for shopping by
using the interest bank account. So I would like to register for the internet bank account as well (
Question 10).
Clerk: That’s OK then. And one last thing, I need your signature and…
Section 2: Question 11 – 13.
An now it’s straight into the Eco Hotspot for today’s programme. We are in fact going to look
at an intriguing trend in recent years in the world of eco-friendly developments. There has been a
constant stream of new “green products” coming into the market for the environmentally conscious
(Question 11). A new departure, which I feel needs greater attention drawn to it, is the creasing interest
in grass roofs.
Environmentalists sing the praises of grass roof s as interest in sustainable ecological building
has led to the greening of the rooftops of residential and commercial buildings around the world
(Question 12). And what does this type of roof consist of. Instead of tiles which allow water to run off
and create flash, the roof has a waterproof underlay which is laid over the roof deck. This waterproof
layer is then covered with layers for insulation and drainage. Then on top of the insulation and drainage
layer is added a final layer of soil or crushed stones for the plants and or grass to grow on (Question 13).
The roof can be planted with wild owners to add colour and life to your rooftop.
Question 14-20.
As for the benefits of grass roofs, in spring and in summer they are very pretty as flowers spring
into bloom. Moreover, in summer grass roofs are of particular benefit in cities because they keep and
building cool (Question 14) by reflecting the sun’s rays. In writer the grass roof insulate the building,
helping to prevent heat loss. The roofs require little maintenance (Question 15) and are better than any
other roofing material. They encourage biodiversity (Question 16) by attracting bees and birds and they
absorb water run off which helps prevent flash flooding. In winter, the brown soil is a bit more evident,
which can look unattractive (Question 17), if the roofs are not tended carefully, but that is a price worth
paying and I would say that they come highly recommended by those who have them.
If you compare grass roofs with tiles, they latter do certainly look very tidy (Question 18), but
at a price to the future of the planet. The main drawbacks of tiles though are the water run-off and the
absorption of heat (Question 19) from the sun’s rays in summer. So if we are to save the planet from the
ecological point of view, tiles do not come recommended. They only roof that I can think of which has
similar ecological credentials to the grass roof is the thatched roof. Thatched roofs are good insulators
and very attractive, but very pricey (pricy) (Question 20) and not ideal for cities.
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