Đề thi vào 10 môn Tiếng Anh năm 2023 - 2024 sở GD&ĐT Hải Dương Đáp án đề thi vào lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh năm 2023
Đáp án đề thi vào lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh năm 2023 - 2024 sở GD&ĐT Hải Dương, giúp các em học sinh tham khảo, so sánh với bài thi vào lớp 10 môn Anh của mình thuận tiện hơn rất nhiều. Ngày 1/6, các thí sinh Hải Dương làm thủ tục dự thi và thi Tiếng Anh, với thời gian làm bài 60 phút.
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Đề thi vào 10 môn Tiếng Anh Hải Dương
Đáp án đề thi vào lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh Hải Dương năm 2023 - 2024
Đáp án mã đề 302
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Đề thi vào lớp 10 môn Tiếng Anh Hải Dương năm 2023
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Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. (4.0 points)
Question 1: Children should be taught how to use electronic devices to learn______.
Question 18: Jeans have never been out of_____ as young people always like them.
Question 3: She was_______ that he was very calm and solved the problem quietly.
Question 4: As soon as I _____ reading this book, I will lend it to you.
A. had finished
B. has finished
D. will finish
Question 5: She went to Tay Ho village in Hue_____ she could buy some bai tho conical hats.
A. so that
B. so as to
Question 6: If parents spend more time with their children, they____ happier.
A. will be
B. wouldn't be
C. would be
D. won't be
Question 7: This shopping mall, which _____ two years ago, attracts a lot of shoppers.
A. will be built
B. was built
C. was building
Question 8: This novel is much _______ than the one I read last week.
A. more interesting
B. as interesting
C. the more interesting
D. the most interesting
Question 9: When I was a child, I ______ fly a kite in the field near my house.
A. was used to
B. use to
C. used to
D. am used to
Question 10: Modern technology is widening the _______ gap between parents and their hildren.
Question 11: He is trying to ___ the bad habit of using the Internet all day.
Question 12: The doctor advised me ______ more vegetables and fresh fruit.
A. to eat
Question 13: With rapid scientific_____ humans will soon be able to inhabit other planets.
Question 14: There were six applications for the job, but four of them were_______.
A. turned off
B. turned on
C. turned down
D. turned up
Question 15: This restaurant is _________for its excellent dishes and service.
Question 16: Parking is difficult in _____ city centre, so he often goes there by bus
A. Ø (no article)
Question 17: The farmers went on harvesting the crop____ the heavy rain.
B. because of
Question 18: Last weekend, I went on a school_______ to Cuc Phuong National Park.
Question 19: She suggested that we _________ money for the poor in the neighbourhood.
A. should raise
C. would raise
D. to raise
Question 20: New York is a _____ city with people from all over the world.
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. (1.0 point)
Question 21: Living in the countryside seems to be more peacefully than living in a big city.
Question 22: You usually help your parents with the housework, didn't you?
Question 23: Yesterday, Ha is absent from school as she caught a cold and had to stay at home.
C. at home
D. a cold
Question 24: Children often receive chocolate or sugar eggs at Easter Day.
Question 25: William is a helpless teacher and a good listener to his students.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. (1.0 point)
Question 26: Laura is talking to her friend, Jenny.
Laura: "Thank you for helping me with my project."
B. It was an excellent project.
C. You're welcome.
D. Well, I like it.
Question 27: Kate and Rosy are talking about the new classmate.
- Rosy. "He's tall and thin with curly hair."
A. Who does George look like?
B. What does George do?
C. What does George like?
D. What does George look like?
Question 28: Mrs. Cruise and Jimmy are talking about his study.
- Mrs. Cruise: "You've made a lot of progress this term, Jimmy."
- Jimmy: "......."
A. Oh, you are right.
B. I got an A for Physics.
C. Thank you. It's really encouraging.
D. You are welcome.
Question 29: Alex and Sarah are talking about computer games.
- Alex: 'Playing computer games too much is not good for children's health."
- Sarah: "............ It also has a bad influence on their studies."
A. I don't agree with you
B. That's right
C. You're wrong
D. That's not true
Question 30: Tom is asking a passer-by on the street.
Tom: "Is there a chemist's near here?" Passer-by:
A. Look it up in the dictionary.
B. Yes, that's right.
C. On foot.
D. Over there. Next to the bookshop.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer for each of the questions. (1.0 point)
Many children have music classes when they attend school. So how exactly can children benefit from studying music?
According to some studies, musical training can develop the part of children's brain that is involved with languages, so they can understand their own language better. It could also help with learning a second language. What's more, children who have studied music also seem to score better in other areas. For example, reading music includes learning about quarter and half notes, which are basically fractions, like in mathematics. And when children are learning about rhythm, they are counting the notes in a piece of music. So these school subjects seem to be connected.
Music can also let children explore new ideas, think in a creative way, and gain confidence. If they are learning the guitar, it can be really exciting when they can invent their own pieces of music. Moreover, when they do that, they are also practising their listening skills because they have to listen carefully to the music they are making. This is particularly important when they perform with other people.
One of the biggest benefits, of course, is that listening to music helps children to be less stressed. And creating music can make them feel the same way. And who knows? Maybe their musical knowledge will open up a great career path for them in the future.
Question 31: The word "stressed" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to
Question 32: According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Studying music can help children learn languages better.
B. Children with musical knowledge are certain to have a great career path.
C. There may be some links between music reading and maths.
D. Creating music helps improve children's listening skills.
Question 33: What are children learning about when counting the notes in a piece of music?
A. their mother tongue
D. another language
Question 34: What is the main topic of the passage?
A. The link between music and maths
B. Career paths in music for children
C. The benefits of learning music for children
D. The influence of music on babies
Question 35: The word "It" in paragraph 2 refers to....... .
A. a second language
B. their own language
C. musical training
D. children's brain
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks. (1.0 point)
Teenagers do not spend as much money as their parents think, according to the findings of a recent survey. The survey (36)......... 300 teenagers, 13-18 years old, from all over Britain. By the time they reach their teens (37)......... children see their weekly pocket money rise dramatically to an average of £20.
Greater access to cash among teenagers does not mean that they are more irresponsible. Although they have more cash. (38)......... about debt is increasing (39)........., most children make an effort to put some aside for the future. Instead of wasting their pocket money on sweets or magazines, the majority of the children (40)......... took part in the survey save more than half of their cash.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct sentence that can be made from the given cues. (1.0 point)
Question 41: Students/ should/ take part/ many/ extracurricular activities/ as possible.
A. Students should take part in as many extracurricular activities as possible.
B. Students should take part in many extracurricular activities as possible.
C. Students should take part as many extracurricular activities as possible.
D. Students should be taken part in as many extracurricular activities as possible.
Question 42: Those students/ volunteer/ provide meals/ schoolchildren/ remote areas.
A. Those students volunteered providing meals for schoolchildren in remote areas.
B. Those students volunteered provide meals for schoolchildren in remote areas.
C.Those students volunteered to provide meals with schoolchildren in remote areas.
D. Those students volunteered to provide meals for schoolchildren in remote areas.
Question 43: They/ close down/ water park/ it/ not safe/ children.
A. They have closed down the water park although it is not safe for children.
B. They have closed down the water park because it is not safe for children.
C. They have closed down the water park, but it is not safe for children.
D. They have closed down the water park, so it is not safe for children.
Question 44: This/ meaningful/ experience/ we/ have.
A. This is the more meaningful experience that we have ever had.
B. This is the most meaningful experience that we have ever had.
C. This is the most meaningful experience that we have never had.
D. This is the more meaningful experience than we have ever had.
Question 45: The exercise/too/ long/ the students/ do/ ten minutes.
A. The exercise was too long for the students to do in ten minutes.
B. The exercise was too long so that the students could not do it in ten minutes.
C. The exercise was too long for the students not to do in ten minutes.
D. The exercise was too long that the students had to do it in ten minutes.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions. (1.0 point)
Question 46: "What time did you go to bed last night, Mike?" his mother asked.
A. Mike's mother asked him what time he has gone to bed the previous night.
B. Mike's mother asked him what time he had gone to bed last night.
C. Mike's mother asked him what time he went to bed last night.
D. Mike's mother asked him what time he had gone to bed the previous night.
Question 47: It's a pity that I can't come to the music festival next Sunday.
A. I wish I could come to the music festival next Sunday.
B. I wish I came to the music festival the next Sunday.
C. I wish I will be able to come to the music festival next Sunday.
D. I wish I can come to the music festival next Sunday.
Question 48: Someone has to pick the tourists up from the airport.
A. The tourists have to be picked up from the airport.
B. The tourists had to be picked up from the airport.
C. The tourists have to pick up from the airport.
D. The tourists has to be picked up from the airport.
Question 49: The house belongs to my grandparents. It was built in 1975.
A. The house which belongs to my grandparents was built in 1975.
B. The house who belongs to my grandparents was built in 1975.
C. The house what belongs to my grandparents was built in 1975.
D. The house which it belongs to my grandparents was built in 1975.
Question 50: We don't have enough time, so we can't visit the pottery village.
A. If we had enough time, we could visit the pottery village.
B. If we had enough time, we can visit the pottery village.
C. If we have enough time, we could visit the pottery village.
D. If we didn't have enough time, we couldn't visit the pottery village.