• Đề thi vào lớp 10 trường chuyên Lương Văn Chánh (Phú Yên)?

    ai co de thi truong nay thi cho em zoi nha em dang rat can de on thi
    tks ba con

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  • Em ơi! Em chỉ cần ôn, nắm vững kiến thức là thi đc thôi! Đề thi của trường này khó kiếm lắm!

    29/08/2011 Viết bình luận
  • ban nao co de mon toan va li ay neu co minh tks nha
    :D

    29/08/2011 Viết bình luận
  • nếu bạn muốn tìm 1 sô đề thi của trường thì hơi khó!!!!
    mình nghĩ, bạn nắm chắc lí thuyết, vận dụng làm tốt bài tập thì sẽ oki thôi!!!
    còn để xem mức độ ra đề của trg LVC thì cũng nên tham khảo 1 số đề!!
    http://az24.vn/hoidap/de-thi-vao-lop-10-truong-chuyen-luong-van-chanh-phu-yen-d2318275.html http://az24.vn/hoidap/de-thi-vao-lop-10-truong-chuyen-luong-van-chanh-phu-yen-d2318275.html
    

    28/08/2011 Viết bình luận
  • cần j phải tìm những đề thi vào trường Lương Văn Chánh
    làm những đề thi vào chuyên ở nơi khác cũng được chứ sao
    

    28/08/2011 Viết bình luận
  • Đề thi chuyên anh Lương Văn Chánh tỉnh Phú Yên 2010-2011

    SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO KỲ THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 THPT
    PHÚ YÊN NĂM HỌC 2010-2011
    Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH CHUYÊN
    Thời gian: 120 phút (Không kể thời gian phát đề)
    ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
    (Đề thi có 5 trang)

    Họ và tên thí sinh:………………………Số báo danh:………………………………..
    Chữ kí giám thị 1:……………………….Chữ kí giám thị 2:………………………….
    Lưu ý: Thí sinh làm bài trên giấy làm bài.

    I. Choose the correct answer: (4 points)
    1. Mount Pinatubo, ………………… erupted in 1991, was the world’s largest volcanic eruption in ore than 50 years.
    A. which B. that C. what D. x
    2. I am interested in ………………..history, especially ………………….. history of Vietnam.
    A. the – the B. x – the C. x – x D. a – a
    3. I suggest you ……………….. down on your spending.
    A. to cut B. should cut C. must cut D. had better cut
    4. It …………………. rain this evening. Why don’t you take an umbrella?
    A. had better B. could be C. must be D. might
    5. The doctor …………………….me to spend a few days in bed.
    A. suggested B. proposed C. made D. advised
    6. …………………… the city is a little bit disappointing, she is soon well-fitted with the life in the city.
    A. Because B. Because of C. Although D. Despite
    7. They spent a lot of time …………………… about what they would do if they …………….. a lot of money.
    A. talked-had B. to talk-had
    A. talking-have D. talking-had
    8. Don’t let children ……………….. near the river.
    A. to play B. playing C. play D. played
    9. We usually write to each other …………………..
    A. every two weeks B. two every week
    C. every week twice D. None is correct

    10. There’s a river ……………………… across the village.
    A. flowing B. to flowing C. flow D. flowed
    11. ………………, after trying three times, he passed the examination.
    A. Lastly B. Last of all C. Last D. At last
    12. His assistant hasn’t come, ………………?
    A. does she B. has she
    C. hasn’t she D. doesn’t she
    13. It’s nearly two years since I last ……………………. to Da Lat.
    A. have been going B. have gone
    C. went D. had gone
    14. I’m looking forward ………………… on vacation.
    A. go B. be going
    C. going D. having gone
    15. She needs ……………… her writing.
    A. to improve B. improve C. improved D. improving
    16. Helen asked me ………………… the film called “Star Wars”.
    A. have I seen B. have you seen
    C. if I had seen D. if had I seen
    II. Give the correct form of the word in capitals: (2 points)

    MUSIC IN SCHOOLS

    Primary school in London are trying out an ambitious plan
    through which young children get an (1)………..to serious INTRODUCE
    music. The idea comes from a group of famous
    (2)……........... who are concerned about the MUSIC
    (3)…………...of certain types of classical music. They see SURVIVE
    the plan as one as possible (4)…………….. to the problem SOLVE
    of the declining audiences at classical concerts.
    Their argument is that an interest in classical music should
    be developed in early (5)……………They reject the idea CHILD
    that children are (6)…………….. in serious music or INTEREST
    necessarily find it boring. The group goes into a school and
    gives a live (7)…………. of a short classical piece and then PERFORM
    this is followed by an (8)…………… of how the instruments EXPLAIN
    work. These sessions have proved so successful that they have now become a regular feature in some schools.
    III. Give the correct preposition: (1 point)
    1. The beaches were crowded…………….people.
    2. Is June well? I haven’t heard………………..her for months.
    3. Chris is very determined to succeed……………..his profession.
    4. The relationship…………………. my father and me isn’t good.

    IV. In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrase marked A, B, C or D. Choose the one word or phrase which must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct: (1.5 points)
    1. In my first day in Ha Noi, my uncle took me to the Temple of Literature.
    A B C D
    2. The boy who is sit next to me can speak English very well.
    A B C D
    3. That dictionary was too expensive for his to buy.
    A B C D
    4. I haven’t never been to this part of town before.
    A B C D
    5. Every morning this children must feed the rabbit before school.
    A B C D
    6. What’s your favorite food? - I ‘d like fish.
    A B C D
    V. Read the passage decide which answer best fits each space: (2.5 points)

    TREES FOR LIFE

    Trees are among the biggest and longest-living things on Earth, some dating back longer than the oldest buildings. But (1)……………being nice to look at, trees also (2)……………. an important role in improving the quality of our lives.
    On a world-wide scale, forests help to slow down the effects of global warming by using up the gas (3)………………….as carbon dioxide and giving (4)……………. the oxygen we need to breathe. At local neighborhood level, trees also bring important environment benefits. They offer shade and shelter, which in turn reduces the amount of energy needed to heat and cool (5)……………..buildings; at the same time, they also remove other impurities from the air we breathe.
    Urban trees are especially important because for many people they provide the only daily (6)……………with the natural world. What’s (7)…………., urban trees also provide a home for birds, small animals and butterflies. (8)…………...the trees we would lose the pleasure of seeing these creatures in our cities. Regrettably, (9)……………trees in the cities are now coming under (10)…………… There is a limit to the level of pollution they can put up with and, down at street level, their roots are being seriously disturbed by the digging needed to make way for modern telephone, television and other cables.

    1. A. as far as B. as long as C. as soon as D. as well as
    2. A. play B. show C. act D. serve
    3. A. called B. known C. titled D. referred
    4. A. in B. away C. up D. out
    5. A. opposite B. close C. next D. nearby
    6. A. junction B. touch C. contact D. taste
    7. A. more B. else C. most D. other
    8. A. Throughout B. Beyond C. Without D. Outside
    9. A. therefore B. however C. whilst D. despite
    10. A. risk B. threat C. danger D. warning
    VI. Read the following passage and answer the question: (2.5 points)
    Canning is a method of preserving food over extended periods of time. The process involves sealing food in containers and heating it in order to kill bacteria that could eventually cause spoilage. While most canned food is produced by commercial companies, some is done at home.
    Homegrown fruits and vegetable such as apples and tomatoes are the most popular food to can. Even certain kinds of meat are suitable for canning. However, it is not advisable to heat produce such as avocados because of the changes in taste and texture that occur. Other foods, including cucumbers and peppers, can be canned only if they are first picked and then cooked at very low temperature.
    Properly canned food can be saved for as long as three years. If not properly sealed, the food can be spoiled by the growth of organism. In severe cases, bacteria can cause a fatal form of poisoning called botulism. For this reason, it is very important to check the seal of the jar or bottle regularly to make sure it has remained undisturbed.
    1. According to the passage, what is needed to kill bacteria that spoil food?
    A. Homegrown produce B. Heat
    C. A commercial company D. An airtight seal
    2. According to the passage, which of the following is not suitable for canning?
    A. Tomatoes B. Apples
    C. Avocados D. Cucumbers
    3. In line 11, the phrase “ as long as” can be replaced by which of the following?
    A. while B. a minimum of
    C. up to D. exactly
    4. It can be inferred from the passage that bacteria…………………
    A. develop very slowly B. is one type of organism
    C. is rarely harmful D. is a result of canning foods
    5. According to the passage, botulism can be avoided by………………..
    A. promoting the growth of beneficial organism
    B. disturbing containers from time to time
    C. properly sealing a jar or bottle
    D. rehearing the canned food
    VII. Fill in the gap with ONE word: (2.5 points)

    GOOD AT LANGUAGES

    At school, Sarah Biggs says she was very bad at languages. Now she speaks English, Spanish and Italian and works (1)……………. a bilingual secretary in a travel company in England. (2)…………… several foreign languages at work is not easy, but for Sarah, and other multi-lingual secretaries like her, it is all standard practice.
    Sarah comes from Spain, where she attended school and college. But it was time spent abroad after college (3)………….. encouraged her interest in languages.
    In her job, Sarah has a great deal more responsibility than the title of secretary would suggest. She stresses the importance (4)…………….. fluent in Spanish because part of her job is dealing with customers from Latin America. (5)………………… such clients come from abroad, she has to translate everything (6)…………………… say into English. She is given (7)……………… time for preparation at all, so this aspect of her job is one of the (8)……………… difficult.
    It is important for Sarah to be up-to-date with changes (9)…………… her own language, so she reads Spanish newspaper and books for new additions to (10)………….. vocabulary. Sarah says she would not give up this job even they offered her a better salary in another company.
    VII. Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given: (2 points)
    1. No one knows why they are emigrating. for
    No one knows ……………………………………
    2. I left home early so as to be on time for work. would
    I left home early…………………………………..
    3. In Australia we visited Mozart’s birthplace. whether
    We saw the……………………………………….
    4. Ann doesn’t want to stay in this hotel. rather
    Ann……………………………………………….
    5. Please don’t insitst that I cook dinner tonight make.
    Please……………………………………………..
    6. Nanette talks about her illness all the time. never
    ……………………………………………………
    7. Many of the group had not been in a helicopter before. time
    ……………………………………………………
    8. What speed is allowed on this motorway? how
    ……………………………………………………
    IX. Writing: This is part of a letter you receive from a friend in the USA.
    I guess there are many traditional festivals in your country. What’s the most important one? Why do people celebrate this festival? Write and tell me all about it.
    - Now write a letter, answering your friend’s question. (100 words)
    (2 points)
    ________________________________THE END______________________________

    

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