Đề thi học sinh giỏi tỉnh Long An

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Đề thi học sinh giỏi tỉnh Long An

Đề thi học sinh giỏi tỉnh Long An
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Đề thi học sinh giỏi tỉnh Long An

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A. LISTENING (20 points)
You will hear the conversation and the questions twice. Each question in this part has four answer choices. Choose the best answer A, B, C or D (there is one that has 2 answers). Write your answer(s) on your answer sheet.
1. What can be implied from the student’s initial request?
A. A student is seeking guidance for his thesis project.
B. The student is seeking advice on how to become a TA.
C. The professor is giving a student the school’s new rules and regulations.
D. The professor is advising the student on how to get into a tutoring program.
2. What can be inferred about how the student feels about himself?
A. The student feels he is very capable.
B. The student feels sorry for the professor.
C. The student feels hungry and will talk later.
D. The student feels the new rules can be a problem.
3. What does the professor tell the student?
A. He tells the student all about a TA’s duties.
B. He tells the student to study hard for the TA exam.
C. He tells the student that they don’t need anymore TAs.
D. He tells the student that TAs get low pay and no respect.
4. According to the professor, what are some of the duties a teaching assistant performs? Choose 2 answers.
A. Grader B. Test writer
C. Lecture writer D. Tutorial leader
5. Listen again to part of the conversation. Then answer the question.
What does the professor imply about a teaching assistant position?
A. The student should have more credentials.
B. The department is not interested in hiring TAs.
C. The department can always use bright grad students as TAs.
D. The student should reapply when he starts the next semester.
B. READING AND WRITING (80 points)
I. Read the following passage and answer the questions. Write your answer(s) on your answer sheet. (20 points)
In the late 1960's, many people in North America turned their attention to environmental problems and new steel-and-glass skyscrapers were widely criticized. Ecologists pointed out that a cluster of tall buildings in a city often overburdens public transportation and parking lot capacities.
Skyscrapers are also lavish consumers, and wasters, of electric power. In one recent year, the addition of 17 million square feet of skyscraper office space in New York City raised the peak daily demand for electricity by 120, 000 kilowatts-enough to supply the entire city of Albany, New York, for a day.
Glass- walled skyscrapers can be especially wasteful. The heat loss (or gain) through a wall of half-inch plate glass is more than ten times that through a typical masonry wall filled with insulation board. To lessen the strain on heating and air-conditioning equipment builders of skyscrapers have begun to use double glazed panels of glass, and reflective glasses coated with silver or gold mirror films that reduce glare as well as heat gain. However, mirror-walled skyscrapers raise the temperature of the surrounding air and affect neighboring buildings.
Skyscrapers put a severe strain on a city’s sanitation facilities, too. If fully occupied, the two World Trade Center towers in New York City would alone generate 2.25 million gallons of raw sewage each year-as much as a city the size of Stamford, Connecticut, which has a population of more than 109,000.
Skyscrapers also interfere with television reception, block bird flyways, and obstruct air traffic. In Boston in the late 1960's, some people even feared that shadows from skyscrapers would kill the grass on Boston Common.
Still, people continue to build skyscrapers for all the reasons that they have always built them – personal ambition, civic pride, and the desire of owners to have the largest possible amount of rentable space. 

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