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Đề Thi Olympic Tiếng Anh Lop 5 Vong 8 (De3) Năm Học 2013

Đề Thi Olympic Tiếng Anh Năm Học 2013-2014 Lớp 5 Vòng 1

1. Jeremy, Brenda, Wendell, and Gail ran for class president. The graph above shows the number of votes each student received. How many students voted in the election for class president altogether?

A. 29 B. 30 C. 31 D. 32

2. Carmen made the inequalities above to represent the price of one chocolate truffle (n). Which of the following could be the price of the truffle?

A. $0.32 B. $0.34 C. $0.38 D. $0.42

3. Melissa is looking at the poster above to learn the areas of each of the seven continents. Asia is about 3 times bigger than which continent?

A. South America B. Antarctic C. North America D. Europe

4. The track team warms up for practice by jogging through the neighborhood near the school. The coach made the coordinate grid above to show a map of the neighborhood. The team runs from the school along a path that forms a rectangle. Three of the corners of the rectangle are shown on the grid. What are the coordinates of the fourth corner of the rectangle?

A. (2, 5) B. (3, 5) C. (5, 3) D. (5, 4)

5. Karen has square tiles with the design shown above in her kitchen. The picture shows the size of an individual tile. What is the area of each tile in square inches?

A. 8 square inches B. 11 square inches C. 9 square inches D. 10 square inches

6. Mrs. Nelson took a survey of the kinds of sandwiches her students brought for lunch. She created the table above to display her data. What percent of her students brought peanut butter sandwiches?

A. 10 % B. 20 % C. 30 % D. 40 %

7. Timothy is making a paper mobile to display in his bedroom. He draws and cuts out a square with sides that are 4.5 inches long. Next, he draws a regular hexagon with the same perimeter as the square. How long is each side of the regular hexagon?

A. 3 inches B. 6 inches C. 18 inches D. 27 inches

8. Four baby manatees were measured by volunteers at a Florida aquarium. The chart shows the name of each volunteer and the length of the manatee each volunteer measured. Which volunteer measured the longest manatee?

A. Bobby B. Emma C. Maria D. Simon

9. An adult takes about 180 breaths in 15 minutes. A baby takes about 300 breaths in 15 minutes. How many more breaths does a baby take in one hour than an adult takes?

A. 120 B. 480 C. 1,020 D. 1,200

10. For his history project, Matthew made the chart above to show the years some of his favorite toys were invented. Which of the toys was invented first?

A. jigsaw puzzle B. play putty C. teddy bear D. yo-yo

Lyrics Containing The Term: Dap


Das Leben ist schön

B.S.H. (Bass Sultan Hengzt)

beschissenen Band, die mir sagt, das alles gut wird Hör sie im Radio singen Das Leben ist so schön (da da dap dap da dap dap) (da da dap dap da dap dap) Jo

Land of the North


every single one of us are equal Bap bapidapi dap bapidapi Dap bapidapi dap bap Doobie doobie Badabapidapi dap bap bap bap Bap bap, doobie doobie doobie

Spider at Midnight

Fire Tiger

Ba da da ba Ba da da dap ba Bap ba da da ba Ba da da dap ba Ba ba dap ba dap ba dap ba dap ba doh Ba dap ba dap ba dap ba dap ba doh Spider

Never over (feat. Yu-an)

Milan band

Bap bap bap bap bap ba dap Bap bap bap ba da dap Bap bap bap ba dap Bap bap ba da I keep looking over the stars I'm here for you Bond written here


Kidz Bop Kids

Regenbogenfahnen Dap, da-da-dap, da-da-dap Da-da-da-da, dap, da-da-dap, da-da-dap Da-da-da-da, dap, da-da-dap, da-da-dap Da-da-da-da Da-da-da-da Er und er


Loud Luxury

like a gummy Ba dap dap ooh Ba dap dap ooh Life's not fair but it can be (ooh) Stretch around like a gummy Ba dap dap ooh Ba dap dap ooh Life's

Schlager schlägt zurück

Culcha Candela

Feel Erfolg


an, dieses aggressive Glück Schlager lauert wirklich überall und fängt das Schunkeln an Dann schunkel besser mit Everybody now Bap, ba-dap, ba-dap

Denk an dich




Ba-dap, ba-dap, ba-dap, ba-dap Ba-dap, ba-dap, denk' an dich Ba-dap, ba-dap, ba-dap, ba-dap Wo auch immer du gerade bist Zwischen Kaffeebechern und

Don’t Dap Me


with a bag on the Beretta so please Don't dap me up Don't dap me up Don't dap me up Don't dap me up We not cool lil fool so no Don't dap me up Until my

Found You Bae

Ngasii & ZenaniSings

Drive me crazy, I Don’t know what to do My, heart was breaking, Now No more waiting, ‘cause I’ve finally found you Ba-dap! Hey Ba-dap! Hey Ba-dap! Hey So

Honey Dew

Richard Mead, Darius Behdad

Drinking up that sweet, sweet honeydew Woah oh oh oh Ba dap ba ba ba da dap ba Now I can taste it Ba dap ba ba ba da dap ba My sweet honeydew Ba dap ba



I'm sure enough mindin mine Or you can be a critic I'm gettin better in time Said I keep the purell for fake daps for real Said I keep the purell for



Dap me up Fin on fin, no glove Dap me up If you from where I'm from Dap me up No elbow, fist bump Dap me up Dap me up Don't care bout no covid, don't

Épaule tattoo

Etienne Daho

The Best of Etienne


tempo possédée, sur la piste verglassée Da dap dap dap Par le tempo possédée, je l'ai vu danser Ce night à l'admission privée Entasse une foule

Grab Education

Steel Pulse

Earth Crisis


CHORUS Spa dap spap spa dap spa let me (scat) Spa dap spap spa dap spa Spa dap spap spa dap spa Let me tell You something As I was passing I heard


Gloria Trevi

Me Siento Tan Sola


Dap dara Darap dap dara Dap dara Darap dap dara Hay algunos que quieren Deshacerse de mi {Dap dara darap dap dara} Porque digo lo que ellos

Xe Đạp Teen

Trương Quỳnh Anh, Nguyễn Hoàng Nam

xe đạp teen nơi đã trao bao yêu thương Bao lời yêu ấm áp trong vòng quay chứng minh cho tình yêu chúng ta sẽ mãi mãi không phai I love you moa (I love

Siapa Yang Bap Bap

Zizi Kirana

Siapa yang dap dap zizi Siapa yang bab bab zizi Siapa yang rab rab zizi Siapa yang pap pap zizi Zizifellas siap siap mengundi mamapanda Undi zizi


Siti Sarah

one yang terang tersuluh Kau buat hatiku rasa seperti Dap dap dap Da da da Rasa seperti dap dap dap Da da da Semanis manis kata katamu Lagi manis when

Five On The Black Hand Side: Origins And Evolutions Of The Dap

Five on the Black Hand Side is a project exploring gestural languages that were born in African American communities during the 1960s and 1970s, including the “the dap” and the black power handshake. When we see youths, athletes, or even President Obama giving a fist bump or dap, we think of these gestures as mere greetings and are not aware of the origins and historical significance of these languages.

Historically, the dap is both a symbol among African American men that expresses unity, strength, defiance, or resistance and a complex language for communicating information. The dap and the black power handshake, which evolved from the dap, were important symbols of black consciousness, identity, and cultural unity throughout black America.

The dap originated during the late 1960s among black G.I.s stationed in the Pacific during the Vietnam War. At a time when the Black Power movement was burgeoning, racial unrest was prominent in American cities, and draft reforms sent tens of thousands of young African Americans into combat, the dap became an important symbol of unity and survival in a racially turbulent atmosphere. Scholars on the Vietnam War and black Vietnam vets alike note that the dap derived from a pact black soldiers took in order to convey their commitment to looking after one another. Several unfortunate cases of black soldiers reportedly being shot by white soldiers during combat served as the impetus behind this physical act of solidarity.

Such events, combined with the racism and segregation faced by black G.I.s, created a pressing need for an act and symbol of unity. The dap, an acronym for “dignity and pride” whose movements translate to “I’m not above you, you’re not above me, we’re side by side, we’re together,” provided just this symbol of solidarity and served as a substitute for the Black Power salute prohibited by the military.

White soldiers and commanding officers deemed the handshake a threat under the misconception that the dap was a coded language of potential black insurrection. In fact the dap was also a coded form of communication between soldiers that conveyed necessary information for survival, such as what to expect at the battlefront or what had transpired during an operation. The dap was banned at all levels of the military, and thus many black soldiers were court-martialed, jailed, and even dishonorably discharged as a punishment for dapping. Military repression of the dap further cemented a desire for a symbol of solidarity and protection among black men.

Conversely, later in the war, the military saw the utility of using the dap in medical treatment of black combatants with post-traumatic stress disorder, creating a program of “dap therapy.” The military would bring in black G.I.s fluent in the dap to dap with these men to build their trust up to accept treatment from white doctors and staff.

In 2013, I began a series of photographs called Five on the Black Hand Side that image African American men performing the dap. I make these through identifying particular communities of men of different cultures and ages who participate in the culture of the dap, interviewing them, and photographing their handshakes. Through the research I have already conducted with these individuals, I have learned that there is a tremendous diversity of daps, evolving from the dramatically different movements and meanings of each military company.

At the Smithsonian, I have been researching oral and visual histories of the “Bloods” (black soldiers) of Vietnam, who coined the term “dap,” at the Soul Soldiers exhibition archives curated by Samuel L. Black of the Heinz History Center, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. I have been using the Smithsonian’s archives at the African Art Museum, the Hirshhorn, and the National Museum of American History to look for the evolution of the dap in songs, artwork, films, literature, and posters to understand how it and other gestures of black solidarity disseminated in popular culture. I will continue to interview black Vietnam veterans, former gang members, and others and photograph their handshakes to construct further images for Five on the Black Hand Side.

LaMont Hamilton is a photographer and visual artist from Chicago who is conducting research at the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage through the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship program.

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Đề Thi Ioe Lớp 3 Vòng 1 Đến 35

ĐỀ THI IOE TIẾNG ANH _LỚP 3_ VÒNG 1- 35Section 1: Cool Pair Matching_Match a picture or a Vietnamese word with its English equivalence.

Section 2:1. Alice ……. A cat.A. you B. he C. she D. has2. My ….. is Jenny.A. your B. name C. game D. name’s3. Bob:- Hello. My name is Bob. Mary:- …….., Bob.A. Nice to meet you B. See you laterC. Goodbye D. Good night4. I ….. AndyA. are B. am C. is D. you5. Stand ……, please.A. down B. up C. in D. on6. You …….. LongA. is B. be C. are D. am7. Goodbye ……..A. Nice to meet you. B. See you laterC. Goodmorning D. Goodevening8. …… to …… you, Nam.A. Nice – meet B. Fine – hiC. You – me D. He – she 9. Sit ……., please.A. down B. up C. in D. on10. ……… your name?A. What B. What’s C. How’s D. Why’sSection 3: Fill the blankFill in each blank with ONE word or ONE letter to make a complete sentence or a meaningful EI _ HTMy name _ _ PeterTAB _ ESCHOOL-B _ GTH _ EET _ ank you very muchHi, Alice. I _ _ TommyTEACH _ RHello, Mary. How _ _ _ you? Hi. How _ _ _ you?

LỚP 3 – VÒNG 2 – NĂM HỌC 2011 – 2012Section 1: Find the honey- Answer the question.

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LỚP 3 – VÒNG 3 – NĂM HỌC 2011 – 2012Section 1: Cool Pair MatchingMatch a picture or a Vietnamese word with its English equivalence.

Section 2: Fill the blankFill in each blank with ONE word or ONE letter to make a complete sentence or a meaningful Wh _ t is this?Lis _ en to me, please.Let’s sing a s _ ng.St _ nd up! 5. See _ _ _ againBye. See you late _.Is this a penc _ l?This is _ doll._ ice to meet you. No, it is n _ t.

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