Đề thi Olympic Tiếng Anh lớp 8 vòng 1 năm 2012

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Đề thi Olympic Tiếng Anh lớp 8 vòng 1 năm 2012

Đề thi Olympic Tiếng Anh lớp 8 vòng 1 năm 2012
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Đề thi Olympic Tiếng Anh lớp 8 vòng 1 năm 2012

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Chris’s English teacher has asked the students to write a short story based on a personal experience. Chris wants to write a story titled Mysterious Mail.
Mysterious Mail
1. After thinking about his story, Chris made the web above. Which of these would be the most helpful for Chris to add to his web?
A. the names of people who will read his story
B. the short stories he has read in his English class
C. the way he came up with the idea for his story
D. the events that take place in the story
Here is Chris’s rough draft of the first part of his story. Use it to answer the following questions.

(1)I always thought it would be cool to be a detective. (2)I finally got my chance. (3)I learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought. (4)Just waiting for clues, this is what you have to do sometimes.
(5)It all started when I checked the mail one day after school. (6)Buried among the bills and magazines addressed to my parents, there was a small white card included with the other mail. (7)In big letters, “SOMETHING GOOD is coming soon.” (8)That was all it said. (9)It had been postmarked in Cheyenne,Wyoming. (10)I was pretty sure we didn’t know anyone from there. (11)There was no signature or return address.
(12)When I showed the strange card to my friend Bob, he said, “Maybe someone’s sending you a present.”
(13)“No, that couldn’t be it,” I said. (14)“Maybe I won something! (15)Or maybe it’s just a joke.”
(2)I finally got my chance. (3)I learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought.

2. How can Chris best combine sentences 2 and 3 without changing their meaning?
A. I finally got my chance, I learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought.
B. When I finally got my chance, I learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought.
C. Got my chance finally, and learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought.
D. I learned that solving a mystery is a lot tougher than I thought and I finally got my chance.
(4)Just waiting for clues, this is what you have to do sometimes.

3. How is sentence 4 best rewritten?
A. Sometimes you just have to wait for clues.
B. Sometimes just waiting, this is what you have to do for clues.
C. Just waiting sometimes for clues, this is what you have to do.
D. For clues sometimes, you just have to wait for them.

4. Which of these is not a complete sentence?
A. sentence 1
B. sentence 7
C. sentence 10
D. sentence 13

5. Which of these underlined phrases repeats an idea already expressed in that sentence?
A. I always thought it would be cool to be a detective.
B. It all started when I checked the mail one day after school.
C. Buried among the bills and magazines addressed to my parents, there was a small white card included with the other mail.
D. When I showed the strange card to my friend Bob, he said, “Maybe someone’s sending you a present.”
Read the next part of Chris’s rough draft. This section has groups of underlined words. The questions ask about these groups of underlined words. 
(16)Nothing happened for the next few days. (17)Then, on Thursday, I checked the mail again. (18)Sure enough, there was another white card. (19)The card’s message, written in big letters, was “SOMETHING GOOD is on the way.”
(20)By now I was eager to know what the good thing was. (21)But no more cards came.
(22)Then, one morning at breakfast, dad asked, “What do you think of this new cereal? (23)I think it tastes real good.”
(24)I said, “It’s okay, but there’s too much stuff in it. (25)I like the nuts fruit, and cornflakes, but not the oat clusters.”
(26)Dad said, “The company that makes the cereal sent us a free sample package in yesterday’s mail. (27)The name of the cereal is ‘SOMETHING GOOD,’ ” he added.
(28)I couldn’t beleive it. (29)All this time, I had been excited about a cereal!
(19)The card’s message, written in big letters, was “SOMETHING GOOD is on the way.”

6. In sentence 19, how is The card’s message, written in big letters, correctly written?
A. the card’s message written in big letters,
B. the cards’ message, written in big letters,
C. the cards’s message, written in big letters
D. as it is

7. In sentence 22, how is at breakfast, dad asked, “What correctly written?
A. at breakfast, Dad asked, “What
B. at breakfast, dad asked, What
C. at breakfast, dad asked, “what
D. as it is

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