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مُساهمةموضوع: امتحانات انجليزى للمرحله الاولى    الثلاثاء يناير 31, 2012 4:13 am

TEST
Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
a- You are sitting on a bus and the person next to you starts to smoke.
b- Someone asks your opinion about what makes a good team player.
c- You have just been introduced to Mrs Brown, a person you have not met before.
d- You’ve just met a friend who you haven’t seen for a year. You want to know about your friend’s activities since you last met.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: Helwan, please.
B: Certainly, sir. But will take a long time because the roads are crowded.
A: Yes, I understand.
B: (after an hour) Here we are, sir. That will be twenty pounds.
A: Thanks you. Here you are.
Place:………………… Speaker A:…………. Speaker B:………
2. A: Welcome to this famous Egyptian site.
It was built by Salah El Din Al Ayyoubi. Speaker A:
B: When was it built?
A: It was built in 1176. It was built to protect Cairo from enemies.
B: It’s amazing!
Place:………………… Speaker A:…………. Speaker B:
B. Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1. We went to Italy by sea. Our……….. took two days.
a- flight b- drive c- crew d- voyage
2. It’s quite safe to swim here. The water is not very……………..
a- deep b- high c- tall d- long
3. The…………….. of that mountain is always covered in snow.
a- head b- bottom c- summit d- height
4. My father’s company………… people from many different countries.
a- plays b- works c- keeps d- employs
5. I’m afraid we can't…………….. a holiday this year.
a-buy b-pay c- afford d- earn
6, There are many…….. pictures in the museum. Some are 1.000
years old.
a- valuable b- cheap c- rich d- high
7. I’d love to take… in the Olympic Games, hit I’ll never be good enough.
a- place b- care c- turn d- part
8. The……………. of the year for my family was my sister’s wedding.
a- height b- highlight c- benefit d- worst
9. Have you ever…………….. a dangerous spider?
a- see b- saw c- seen d- seeing
10.I was so tired that I fell asleep ………….I was doing my homework.
a- while b- because c- if d- but
11. That was one of………… books I’ve ever read.
a- best b- the best c- better d- good
12. I expect it………. sunny and warm tomorrow.
a- will be b- is being c- is d- is going to be
13. A supermarket is a large shop ……you can buy many different things.
a- who b- what c- which d- where
14. In the past, many people……………… to pay for things in cash.
a- use b- uses c- using d- used
.15. The first person ………….I spoke to this morning was my sister.
a- which b- that c- what d- when
16. Where…………….. your brother use to live?
a- does b- do c- did d- doing
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
a. How long are you been learning English?
b. What is the more enjoyable thing about learning English?
c. In the past, Egyptian children didn’t used to learn English until they were 11 or 12 years old.
c. People describe today’s world as a local economy.
e. Diamond necklaces are cheap pieces of jewellery.
f. People who come third in a race win a gold medal.
C. Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
When Guy de Maupassant arrived in the French capital during the early 1870s, Paris was one of the most exciting cities in the moderr. world. Many of its narrow streets, with their old houses in the poorer parts of the city, had been knocked down in the 1840s and replaced by wide streets with beautiful new buildings. These were much healthier for people to live in. New railway lines brought thousands of people into the city every day to work in the growing industries.
The Eiffel Tower opened in 1889 and brought thousands of tourists into Paris, which was already an important centre for artists and writers. The first line of the Paris Metro opened in 1890, attracting even more visitors.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. When did Maupassant move to Paris?
2. What does the word These mean in (These were much healthier)?
3. Why did people come into Paris by railway?
b. Choose tile correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. When were parts of Paris rebuilt?
a- in the 1 840s b- in the 1870s c-in the 1880s d- in the 1890s
5. What does the word Metro mean?
a- private transport. b- a meeting place.
c- a bus route. d- an underground railway.
6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
A man was going from Greece into Turkey on his bicycle when a guard stopped him. The guard asked, “What’s in the bag on your back?” “Sand,” said the man.
“Take it off. I want to have a look,” said the guard.
The man took the bag off and opened it to prove he was only carrying sand. Then he closed the bag, put it on his back and continued into Turkey. The next week, the same thing happened. Again, the guard wanted to see inside the bag, but again, there was only sand. This continued for six months, but then one week the man did not come.
Some years later, th guard saw the man in the town and said, “You can tell me the truth now. I knew you were bringing something into our country, but I didn’t know what.” “It was bicycles,” said the man, smiling.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. Where was the man on the bicycle travelling to?
2. What did the guard expect to find in the bag?
3. What does This mean in (This continued for six months)?
b. Choose the correct answer fron a, b, c or d:
4. How many journeys did the man make?
a- between one and ten b- between 11 and 20
c- between 21 and 30 d- between 31 and 40
5. Where did the guard find out the truth?
a- in a Turkish town b- in a Greek town
c- between Greece and Turkey d- We don’t know
The Reader (The Spiders)
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. What did Dr Fakhry receive form archaeologist in Egypt?
2. In her computer conversation with Ayman, what does Dr Fakhry suggest he does if he sees the spider again?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. Ayman thinks that if he tells the police that he’s seen a big dangerous spider, they will…………………
2. Some species of spiders lay……………..
c. Read the quotation, then answer the questions:
“Businesses in the town would lose money. Everyone would be furious, Ayman wished he had never started this”.
1. Why would businesses in town lose money?
2. Why would everyone be furious?
D- Writing
8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words on an object that you like.
It could be a mobile phone, a necklace , a watch or any other cheap or expensive object
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Older people can pass on their experiences and their knowledge to younger people ; younger people can use their strength and energy to help older people . Both have something valuable to contribute.

b. Translate into English:
1- حرصت الدولة على إمداد المدارس بأجهزة الكمبيوتر لخدمة التعليم في مصر.
2- سافرنا إلي السودان و قضينا أسبوعين مع أخي الذي يعمل في السفارة المصرية هناك.
TEST 8
A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. You see a classmate who has been away for many weeks.
2. Ahmed suggests going the beach but you’d like to play.
3. You suggest going out for a walk to.your cousin.
4. You want to know if your grandfather did anything when he was not working.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: What would you like to start with, sir?
B: Lentil soup.
A: Next?
B: Roast meat and rice.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……………. Speaker B:
2. A: Where can I find some books about geology?
B: They are on the shelves over there.
A: How many books can I borrow at a time?
B: Only three.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……………. Speaker B:
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer, from a, b, c or d:
1……………………. houses keep out cold and heat.
a- Isolated b- Separate c- Individual d- insulated
2. How do you go to Mersa Matrouh? Once a year.
a- long b- often c- many d- much
3………….. engineering may bring new diseases in the future.
a- Medical b- Genetic c- Organic d- Agricultural
4. It’s said that modern farming makes money………….. than organic
farming.
a- less b- more c- little d- least
5. Many houses in Japan are made of wood because Japan has a lot of …..
a- deluges b- floods c- earthquakes d- volcanoes
6. Organic food is better for you,……………… it?
a-is b-won’t c- isn’t d- wasn’t
7. Some houses are made from mud bricks to be suitable for….. climates.
a- dry b- mild c- cold d- hot
8. I think that the train never comes on time,………………. it?
a- won’t b- didn’t c- doesn’t d- does
9. New York is famous for its…………………
a- fountains b- towers c- headquarters d- skyscrapers
l0.They built their house by………………..
a- himself b- themselves c- ourselves d- them
11 .Buildings have…… roofs in places where there is a lot of rain or snow.
a- sloping b- flat c- insulated d- isolated
12.He had his field ……………….
a- watering b- water c- waterproof d- watered
13.Hassan Fathy is the world famous…………………
a- astrologer b- astronomer c- architect d- archaeologist
i4.She’d better study hard,…………….. she?
a- wouldn’t b- hadn’t c- didn’t d- doesn’t
15.All students should be………. about asking questions when they
don’t understand.
a- ashamed b- confident c- confidential d- confiding
16.Ayman prefers the market………………. the supermarket.
a- above b- over c-on d-to
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then
write them correctly:
1. He is the manager for a travel agency in Aswan.
2. More than 100 million people visit places on the Mediterranean bank.
3. We should leave now. The train leaves in five minutes.
4. Biology is the scientific study of people, their customs, beliefs, etc.
5. His car is rusty. It needs to be polish.
6. Too many cars in city centres can create pollution, cars noise and congestion.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Ecotounsm is traveling to protected areas where human rights are respected. Ecotourism is important as we want the future generations to enjoy the same wonderful environment we have today. Individuals who are ecological and socially conscious have a role to play in that respect. They greatly appreciate the natural beauty of nature.
Governments are trying all the time to help local communities and local people to keep their heritage. Ecotourism also calls for promotion of recycling and energy and water conservation. Ecotourism is facing a great conflict between making money and keeping away from the negative impact of tourism. The more pressure on local environment is put, the more necessary the development of infrastructure is needed. Places where wildlife viewing is involved, animals can be scared away.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. What is ecotourism as you understood from the passage?
2. Why is it important for future generation that we keep nature as it is today?
3. What is the role of individual in ecotourism?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
4. The underlined word impact means………………
a- influence b- fluent c- affect d- efficiency
5. The underlined pronoun their refers to
a- local communities b- individuals c- governments d- tourists
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The ancient Greeks always asserted that a healthy mind in a healthy body is the key to a well-balanced life. Nowadays many schools are decreasing the amount of time given to sports, and some schools are removing it altogether. Although academic subjects are certainly a very important part of the school curriculum, I am strongly opposed to the complete removal of sports.
Firstly, schools have a responsibility to educate children in all areas. For that reason, it is just as important to provide sports practice for the professional sportsmen and women of the future, as it is to provide academic training to those who will go on to university. In addition, students these clays spend long hours studying or working at their computers. Therefore, they need the opportunity to do some physical activity during the school day. This will not only help to increase their level of fitness and make them healthier, it will also mean that they develop better social skills and are able to concentrate on their studies for longer, and thus achieve better result.
In conclusion, I strongly believe that sports should remain a part of the school curriculum. All children have the right to get a balanced education, and they should not be deprived of the opportunity to learn how to play sports.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. Does the writer support or oppose the issue of increasing sport time at schools?
2. In your opinion, how could practising sports at schools help students later in university and at work?
3. Why is it important to practise sports during the school day?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Which statement is not true?
a- Sports encourage team spirit.
b- Sports give the chance to be physically fit.
c- Sports help students become more successful.
d- Sports lead to overweight.
5. The underlined word Key means…………………
a- unimportant b- crucial c- unique d- easy
The Novel (The Spiders )
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. Why had Ayman to go with the professor?
2. What was Ayman’s uncle?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. The protective clothes were made of ……………
2. Ayman believed that his uncle was right as he was not sure ……………
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“Dr. Shereen thinks I should tell the police about it.”
1. Why didn’t the speaker tell the police?
2. When did the speaker say it?
D- Writing
8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
“Global Warming”
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Charities are more important than ever as we have more and more problems with diseases and food shortages, etc. I believe we need them more than ever and the help they can provide is very important. If you ask me, people should give more money to charity so that these organisations can help more people .
b. Translate into English:
1- تحاول الدولة جاهدة رفع مستوى معيشة كل الافراد بكل السبل الممكنة.
2- قطرة الماء تساوى حياة لذا يجب المحافظة على مياة النيل نظيفة ولا نبددها
TEST
A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. You meet someone for the first time. What do you say?
2. Someone thanks you for a favour you did for him.
3. You are invited to a wedding party, but you refused politely.
4. You ask Tamer about the troubles Ahmed had. Write a question.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: Why are you throwing this rubbish here?
B: Well, what would you like me to do with it?
A: You should put it in the garbage bin.
2-B: Just one moment, madam. I’ll check.
A: Thank you.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……………. Speaker B:
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1. I succeeded in………….. that e-mail at six o’clock p.m.
a- send b- sent c- to send d- sending
2. Adel is interested in…………. fiction novels.
a- scientifically b- science c- scientific d- scientist
3. She…………… to pass her driving test last week.
a- succeeded b- could c- managed d- got
4……………….. changes affect the growth of plants.
a- Climate b- Climatic c- Weather d- Climatology
5. He took his car to the garage where one of the mechanics was……. start it.
a- succeeded b- able to c- managed d- could
6. Rainforests……………. in carbon dioxide and produce oxygen.
a- result b- put c- give d- take
7. You borrow my bicycle tomorrow if you like.
a- won’t b- must c- can't d- may
8. When a volcano………………. , it gives out hot lava.
a- emits b- rebels c- revolts d- erupts
9. He……………… be Egyptian. His parents are German.
a- might b- must c- can’ t d- could
1O.The sea level will rise if the Arctic glaciers………………..
a- melt b- vaporize c- condense d- freeze
11.You …………smoke here because there is a “No smoking area”sign.
a- need to b- don’t have to c- mustn’t d- must
12.He……………. is a project on a peaceful atomic reactor.
a- doing b- making c- creating d- forming
13.You……wash your hands before you eat so as not to catch swine flu.
a- needn’t b- must c- mustn’t d- don’t have to
14.She interviewed a ……………..scientist last might.
a- remark b- remarkably c- remarkable d- remarked
15.When you are on holiday, you …………….get up early.
a- mustn’t b- must c- have to d- needn’t
16.All my sisters are married, but my brother is still…………….
a- free b- alone c- single d- one
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then
write it correctly:
1. Concrete houses are suitable for hot weather.
2. Meat is rich with protein.
3. Wood may withdraw an earthquake better.
4. You must eat too much butter, as it has a lot of fat.
5. In the past, whales were hunted for their meet, their tongues and their oil.
6. Ayman was borne in a good Cairo family in 1999.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The Asian Tigers are Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Malysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. They are countries with growing economies. The whole world acknowledges their superior status in world economy nowadays. If you follow the example of these miracle economies in East Asia, you can be very rich.
A great amount of stories circulate about the success of Asian families and peasants who moved from poverty to wealth. The number of Asian companies went from two in 1988 to 30 in 1997. American money in Asian funds grew 18- fold in five years. This rapid growth of Asian Tiger economies has been due to the special characteristics and mind-set in Asia. People are hard-workers. They care about their children’s education. Add to this, foreign investment is the key to success there.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. What is so special about Asian Tigers?
2. Why do you think people in those countries succeeded in their life?
3. Mention two reasons for Asian Tigers’ success.
b.Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
4. The word circulate means……………. in the passage.
a- move in circles b- spread c- spring d- disappear
5. The word poverty is the antonym of
a- health b- wealth c- poor d- fortunate
6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Computers are a major technological breakthrough of the twenty- first century. Their benefits are numerous; yet, much can be said against them.
The main disadvantage of a computer is that staring at a screen for long periods of time can be damaging to the eyes, and sitting for hours at a time is certainly not healthy. Secondly, computers distract from social interactions such as conversation. People can be inclined to become anti-social, and stay at home to use their computer. Finally, one of the major arguments against the use of computers is that the more jobs which are done by computers, the fewer are done by people. However, the advantages of computers are numerous, such as the undeniable educational benefits, especially to children. School subjects become more interesting when presented on a computer
screen. Moreover, computers can be fun with a seemingly endless variety of games which can be played on them. In addition, computers are valuable to any business, making life easier and saving time by being capable of storing and retrieving vast amounts of information at the touch of a button. Furthermore, personal gains can be seen as the use of computers increases powers of concentration. To sum up, there are strong arguments both for and against the use of computers.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. How do school subjects become more interesting?
2. How do computers affect social life?
3. In what way are computers beneficial to any business?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Some people have the negative opinion about computers that they
a- solve the problem of unemployment.
b- increase the number of unemployed people.
c- help people find more jobs d- create more job opportunities.
5. The underlined word “fewer” in the second paragraph refers to a- argument b- computers c-people d-jobs
The Novel (The Spiders)
7 a. Answer the following questions:
1. Do you agree with scientists who experiment on animals? Why?
2. What did the ancient medical text describe?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. When scientists put small quantities of venom into animals, these animals ……………….
2. It was difficult for the spiders to get through the men’s suits because……………………..
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“Professor, where is the best place to set up your equipment?”
1. What was the equipment that speaker was talking about?
2. Why do you think the equipment was brought?
U- Writing
8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
“The advantages of Teamwork”
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
The most obvious reason why some people climb mountains is because it is a challenge. It is something unique that only a few thousand people in the whole world have managed to do . It is an ambition that many people - but not all - have.
b. Translate into English:
1- أعتقد أن المحاصيل المعدلة جينيا يمكنها حل مشكلة نقص الغذاء.
2- علينا الاستفادة من مزايا العولمة لخير مصر و مواكبة التقدم العلمي
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A– Language Functions (8 Marks)
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
(4 Marks) One mark each
1- You think that young people should play an important role in the politics field.
2- Someone suggests building a memorial for the martyrs of the 25th Jan revolution .
3- You ask someone if he is going to take part in the parliamentary elections.
4- Someone asks you who you will choose as a president.
2- Say where each of the following two mini – dialogues take place and who the speakers are: (4 Marks)
A Welcome to our programme.
B Thank you .
A Could tell us what happened in the demonstrations on the Friday of fear?
B We wear peacefully protesting against the bad conditions in Egypt and suddenly the security forces started to bombard us with bullets and many young people were killed.

A Our children want to visit El Tahrir square.
B Ok ! I will take you next Friday and we will carry the Egyptian flags.
B- Vocabulary and structure ( 14 marks )
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
(8 Marks) (Half a mark each)
1- For nearly 30 years, a dictator, Hosni Mubarak, hiding under the pretence of democracy ……… the people of Egypt.
a) had been oppressing b) had been oppressed
c) had being oppressing d) had oppressing
2- For the past 44 years …….. Egypt has been under Emergency Law.
a) a b) an c) the d) no article
3- Emergency Law means that by law, the police have the right to arrest anyone ……….. even remotely looks suspicious without a trial .
a) which b) whose c) who d) when
4- Activities such as demonstrations, talking badly about the government and public disapproval ………… the Mubarak regime was strictly forbidden and was severely punished.
a) in b)on c) at d) of
5- Several innocent people were shot at point blank and all …… they wanted a fair chance at selecting their leader.
a) so b) because c) despite d) although
6- . Famous Egyptian ……., such as Tamer Hosni, came on national television and proclaimed their love for their leader and encouraged people to not listen to the protestors.
a) corporation b) ceremonies c) celebrities d) concentration
7- The west were afraid that if Mubarak …… power, the Muslims would take over and the treaty with Israel and USA would be gone.
a) had left b) leaves c) left d) will leave
8- people say one person can’t ………….. a difference.
a) make b) do c) carry d) did
9- Corruption is a threat to national security and not just a ……. crime.
a) fictional b) facial c) financial d) familiar
10- Youth Revolution made President Mubarak ……. down from power and leave the country.
a) stepping b) stepped c) step d) to step
11- Joy flooded the Egyptians after the …….. of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak.
a) propaganda b) advisement c) announcement d) demonstration
12- Egyptians voted in a ……… referendum to amend some articles of the Constitution .
a) historian b) historic c) history d) historics
13- Egypt deserves a ……. future so we all have to work hard for its progress and prosperity.
a) best b) better c) well d) more better
14- Any person who visited the Tahrir Square since the beginning of the demonstrations, including reporters, confirmed that people from all walks of life did take……… in the demonstrations.
a) place b) turn c) part d) over
15- At least 300 people are believed to …… and thousands injured since the protests began on January 25.
a) have been killed b) have been killing c) have killed d) have be killed
16- The …..in this paper draw fantastic cartoons of the demonstrators.
a) editor b) illustrator c) Designer d) Photographer
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences then write it correctly. (6 Marks one mark each)
1- The right to vote is naturally dependent at the right to a loaf of bread.
2- While the Egyptian parliamentary election, 2010, opposition groups complained of injustice and fraud.
3- The constitutional referendum was holding and passed by 77.27%.
4- The city of Suez has seen the most violent against the protests.
5- Changes which made in Egypt through the original youth protests have also secured democracy for people across the whole of the Middle East.
6- With this protest, Egypt will become a so democratic society which the voices of the people determine what Egypt will be and will become again.

C– Reading (17 Marks)
5- Read the following passage then answer the questions
After 15 days of continuous protests every where in Egypt on the 11th Feb 2011 President Hosni Mubarak resigned and passed power to the army, all requested were met, he has changed all the ministers in his Cabinet and the constitution has been changed so that anyone can choose to stand for election. Justice has also been served on the Minister of Interior and all the other corrupted ministers who are now facing court proceedings. There have also been many other political reforms, for example: Egyptian parliament will be re-elected in a free election with international control – without this protest Egypt would have stood under the dark clouds of control for maybe another 30 years and more. Changes made in Egypt through the original youth protests have also secured democracy for people across the whole of the Middle East: similar constitutional changes have happened in China, Jordan and Yemen. Syria and Bahrain have also started demonstrating to achieve what Egyptians all across the land have achieved in 2 weeks.
Answer the following questions :
1- How did the protests in Egypt affect the Middle East.
2- Who took over after president Mubarak?
3- Give an example of the political reforms that took place.
Choose the correct answer.
4- President Hosni Mubarak resigned and passed power to the army after ……… of the demonstrations.
a- a month b- nearly a fortnight c- a decade d- a week
5- One of these sentences is not true……… .
a- the events in Egypt didn't affect the other countries.
b- Egyptian parliament will be re-elected in a free election with international control.
c- Changes made in Egypt through the original youth protests have also secured democracy for people across the whole of the Middle East
d- Mubarak ruled Egypt for 3 decades.
6- Read the following passage , then answer the questions:
Tahrir Square came into existence 140 years ago during the time of another ruler who was considered tyrant, Ismail. He had lived in Paris and saw the changes that came about in France under Napoleon III and he wanted to remake Cairo in the image of Paris. So he redesigned an area that was all pretty much vegetation adjacent Nile, and from time to time would be flooded by the Nile. It was known as Ismailia Square because of him. There are other Tahrir Squares in the Arab world. There are Tahrir Squares in Tripoli and in Damascus and Sanaa too. The one in Sanaa was planned in the 1950s and named after the Tahrir Square in Cairo. But not so much for the actual square, but more for the idea of a Liberation Square. And now in Sanaa that's where the demonstrators are meeting, just like in Cairo. But the Yemeni regime has learned some lessons from Egypt. They are sending their supporters to Tahrir Square not to beat up the protestors, but with tents that they're setting up. They claim that they're there to demand more housing, but actually those people in tents are pushing demonstrators against the regime out of the square. Here the regime is making use of Tahrir Square in a way that in Egypt it couldn't.

Answer the following questions
1- How did the regime in Yaman succeed to use the square against the demonstrators?
2- How old is El Tahrir square?
3- Why is Ismail Basha affected by Paris?
Choose the correct answer
4 – Sanaa is located in ………………….
a- Egypt b- Jordan c- Syria d- Yamen
5 - Ismail was considered ………
a- sensible b- economical c- cruel d- gentle
The spiders (7 marks)
عذرا لم نستطع تكييفها مع الموضوع
D- Writing (11 marks)
8- Write a paragraph about 100 words about … (6 Marks)
" The role of our youth in building the country"
9- a) Translate into Arabic:
The military salute performed by General Mohsen El-Fangari, assistant minister of defence and official spokesman of the HCAF, in honour of the revolutionaries who had sacrificed their lives in the course of the revolution was a proof of the council's sympathy with the revolution's demands and its determination to win the trust and confidence of the protesters and the greater public..
b- Translate into English
1- يجب علينا الحفاظ على بلدنا و ثرواتها وذللك بأن نتحد و نواجه كافة التحديات .
2- أثبت شباب مصر أنهم قادرون على تحقيق طموحاتهم وقيادة بلادهم.
The Revolution Vocabulary
قاموس لأهم التعبيرات التي تستخدم في الترجمة وفي كتابة المقلات
revolution الثورة a military coup إنقلاب عسكري
monarchy الملكية president الرئيس
interval فترة فاصلة republic الجمهورية
Free Officers' الظباط الأحرار foundations أسس
army الجيش rural الريفي
urban الحضر youth الشباب
embraced إحتضن restore يستعيد
announced أعلن Armed مسلحة
Forces القوات legitimate المشروعة
suppress يقضي على attempt محاولة
Violence العنف brutal مستميتة
security elements عناصر الأمن National Party الحزب الوطني
instructions التعليمات Democratic الديموقراطي
peaceful protest التظاهر لسلمي regime النظام الحاكم
unemployment البطالة demand طلب
corruption الفساد poverty الفقر
riot converged أعتصم
wounded الجرحى step down يتنحى
the Republican Guard الحرس الجمهوري confrontation مواجهة
military عسكري
the Higher Council of the Armed Forces المجلس الأعلى للقوات المسلحة
Orouba Palace قصر العروبة political reform إصلاح سياسي
vice president نائب الرئيس human rights حقوق الإنسان
communiqué بيان عسكري People's Assembly مجلس الشعب
Shura Council مجلس الشورى martial law القانون العسكري
civilian مدني constitutional دستورية
amendments تعديلات committees لجان
authorities سلطات borders حدود
military عسكري revolutionaries الثوار
salute يحي sacrifice يضحي
sorrow
minister of defence حزن spirit روح
emergency حالة طارئة Marshal مشير
Military Intelligence المخابرات العسكرية crisis أزمة
Ministry of Interior وزارة الداخلية republican system النظام الجمهوري
patriotism الوطنية domestic politics السياسات الداخلية
peace treaty معاهدة السلام US aid المساعدات الأمريكية
State Security أمن الدولة the former president الرئيس السابق
counter-revolution الثورة المضادة
Sectarian طائفية presidential vote الإنتخابات الرئاسية
parliamentary vote أنتخابات برلمانية a new phase رحلة جديدة
the world powers القوى العالمية tyrants الطغاة
country's supreme interests مصالح الدولة العليا campus of the university الحرم الجامعي
political parties الأحزاب السيايسة a sit-in إعتصام
The region المنطقة abort the revolution يفسد الثورة
totalitarian الأنظمة الشمولية martyrs الشهداء
charges إتهامات jail السجن
tears الدموع live ammunition الرصاص الحي
tear gas قنابل مسيلة للدموع authorities السلطات
Justice العدل rubber bullets الرصاص المطاطي
revenge الإنتقام sniper قناصة
grief الحزن money laundering غسيل أموال
regimes أنظمة الحكم brutality الهمجية
victims ضحايا shot أطلق الرصاص
uprising إنتفاضة civil disobedience عصيان مدني
participants المشاركون violent clashes صدامات عنيفة
overthrow of the regime إسقاط النظام emergency law قانون الطواريء
labor strikes أضرابات عمالية looting سلب و نهب
Referendum إستفتاء constitution الدستور
evacuating their citizens إجلاء مواطنيهم transitional unity government حكومة وحدة إنتقالية
caretaker government حكومة تسيير الأعمال torture
والآن مع أسئلةwork book التي وردت بخصوصParagraphs وإجابتها النموذجية.
1- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about :
(1) Charitable Organizations
There are many charitable organizations all over the world. Some of them are multinational while the others are local. One of the international charities is called The Chain of Hope . It carries out operations on children with heart disease. They treat the children from the poor countries for free. Here in Egypt we have the Red Crescent. Both the government and the individual can play a role to help these charities. In my opinion, They are more important than ever as we have more and more problems with diseases and food shortages, etc. I believe we need them more than ever and the help they can provide is very important. If you ask me, people should give more money to charity so that these organizations can help more people.
(2)Imagine you are a receptionist write a paragraph about your job.
I enjoy my work. I'm a receptionist. I have wanted to do this job since I was a child. The company trains us well and gives us a smart uniform to wear. It's comfortable working in a building with air conditioning. I'm happy to be helping to improve our country. I meet people from all over the world and I use my English a lot. I must be friendly and efficient . My ambition is to be the manager of the hotel. I work as hard as possible to encourage tourists to come to Egypt . Finally I can say that my work is exciting.
(3)A distinguished doctor from Egypt.
Professor Magdi Yacoub is a world-famous heart surgeon. He was born in Egypt in Belbis in 1935 .When his aunt died because of a heart problem,he decised to be a heart surgeon . In the early 1980s, he was part of the team which did the first British heart transplant operation. At this time, Yacoub travelled thousands of kilometres in small planes and helicopters to find healthy hearts for transplants. Yacoub continued to research new treatments. Recently he was part of team which made new heart parts from human cells. If you ask why he continues to work in his 70s, he will say that he believes he can make a difference to people's lives. For this reason, he works for a charity in Africa which helps children with heart problems.

(4) The role of old people in society
I think the society can benefit from people who work in their 70s or 80s because older people have lots of experience. Some people believe that older people can't benefit us because they don't learn to use new technology. Also they have health problems and might have accidents while working. I can say to these people that old people have many special qualities that younger people do not have. They have more experience than the youth. They often have more knowledge. They are normally calmer and more patient. They like seeing people. They like feeling useful. They think they can make a difference to society. So the society must be built by the hands of both the old and the young.
(5) " A famous writer you like "
In this paragraph , I will tell you something about a famous writer I like very much. It is Charles Dickens. He is an English writer. He lived in the 19th century. One of his best novels is " Hard Times ". In this novel he shows us the effect of the industrial revolution on people in Europe. He wrote other novels like "Oliver twist". I like his writing because it is realistic. It discusses the problems of the society and how to solve it. I hope I will be a good writer one day.
(6) “What are the advantages of
shopping on the internet.”
There are some advantages of doing the shopping on the
والآن مع أسئلة النماذج التي وردت بخصوصwriting وإجابتها النموذجية
(25) Write an e-mail to your friend Omar Salem saying why cleanliness is a must today.
Your name is Hassan Gamal.
The answer
Dear Omar
I’m very happy to write this letter to you . I’d like to tell you about the importance of cleanliness. Cleanliness is tremendously important in the prevention from disease. Hygiene and sanitations are both important. There are some rules of hygiene. First you should wash your hands before meals. It is important to bathe more often when it is hot or when you have been running. You should be careful about the food you eat and the water you drink. Boil the tap water before drinking it. Don’t let pieces of food or dirty dishes lying around because it will attract flies and other insects. Don’t eat food that smells bad. We should all keep our homes and streets clan to be healthy.
With best wishes
Yours,
Hassan Gamal

(26) Write a letter of about 100 words to Tom, asking him to visit Egypt next summer as one of the most civilized countries in the Middle East. Your name is Hesham Hamdy.
The answer
Dear John
I’m very happy to write this letter to you. How are you? I want you to pay a visit to Gazza Strip to see the traces of the Israeli aggression on it. You will see how cruel they are. They destroyed the houses and killed the women and children. They don’t let people there have any chance of a decent life . You must go thre and tell your friends about theses things
With best wishes
yours,
Ahmed Ali
اختبارات لغة انجليزية للمرحلة الاولى من الثانوية العامة مهمة جدا

TEST 1
A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1- You’re asked to define the word “diplomat”.
2- You want to know your friend’s opinion of the new mobile phone.
3- You want to ask Ali the reason why he likes science.
4- Soha asks you about the first people who used paper money.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: I come from England.
B: Are you coming for work?
A: Yes, I have some work near Siwa.
B. 1 hope you enjoy your stay. Don’t forget to take dates back with you to England.
Place:………….. Speaker A:………………… Speaker B:……………
2. A: I’ll bring my tools and come to your house to fix the pump.
B: Thanks a lot, I’ll be waiting.
Place:………….. Speaker A:………………… Speaker B:……………
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
1. A / An…….. is a doctor who is trained to perform a medical operation in a hospital.
a- architect b- sergeant c- accountant d- surgeon
2. ……………. got his degree, he worked as an engineer.
a- After b- Having c- Before d- No sooner
3. ……………….. is money we carry in our pockets.
a- Cash b- Debt c- Debit d- Credit
4. No sooner…………. he stepped on my foot than apologized to me.
a- did b- have c- will d- had
5. A / An……………. is a fully grown person.
a- disabled b- adult c- child d- invalid
6. The police put handcuffs on the two men because they……… their
neighbour’s house.
a- rob b- robbed c- had robbed d- will rob
7. A…………….. is a person whose job is connected with politics.
a- musician b- magician c- electrician d- politician
8. Before they……….. shopping, they had had their lunch.
a-went b- go c- will go d- are going
9. Professor Magdi was part of team which did the first British……… transplant.
a- kidney b- heart c- liver d- stomach
l0-Jonathan Swift’s father was………………..
a- Irish b- English c- French d- Russian
ii .Ali…………….as an engineer last year.
a- beautified b- specified c- qualified d- burified
12.When I reached the platform, the train……………….
a- leaves b- leave c- left d- had left
13.People use computers for many different…………..
a- processes b- surgical operations c- actions d- activities
14.Look! he……………. maths.
a- studies b- is studying c- studied d- was studying
15.Louis Pasteur discovered ways of……… diseases from passing
from person to person.
a- saving b- preventing c- protecting d- healing
16.He has been learning English………… six years.
a- for b- ago c-since d- just
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
1. It’s impossible to make without water.
2. Prof. Magdi Yacoub learnt to adopt to different situations.
3. Look! they read silently.
4. Hardly as she studies, she gets low marks.
5. People do online shopping and radio banking.
6. He doesn’t write the article until he had welcomed his visitors.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Today I am a teacher. Many years ago, I used to have summer jobs. Once I worked in a factory for gloves. I liked the people who were working there .They used to treat me as if I were their son. They advised me. They also helped me with my work. I learned a lot of things from them. The summer after that one, 1 worked as a waiter in a restaurant. I’ used to carry heavy trays every now and then. That is why my back and feet used to hurt me at the end of the shift. However, tips enabled me to do many things I was unable to do before At last, I could join the swimming club without worrying about fees. I began to enjoy my spare time in a way or another. I had a lot of time to enjoy the outdoor sports. Today, I say to myself that I will never forget those days when I needed the others’ help and support. I will never forget my summer jobs and the different experiences they provided me with.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. What is the second summer job that the writer have?
2. How was it difficult for him?
3. Did he benefit from it or not?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The writer will never forget the summer jobs because of the he got.
a- experiments b- experiences c- excursions d- exercises
5. People at the gloves factory were
a- kind and friendly b- kind and unfriendly c- unkind but friendly d- rude
6- Read the following passage , then answer the questions:
Dolphins are mammals not fish. They are warm blooded like man, and give birth to one baby called, a calf at a time. At birth, a bottle nose dolphin calf is about 90-130cm long and will grow to approximately 4 meters, living up to 40 years.
They are highly sociable animals; living in groups, called pods, which are fairly fluid. Dolphins from other pods interact with each other form time to time. Dolphins carry their young inside their womb for ibout 12 months. The baby is born tail first, and its mother will feed it for up to 2 years. However, the calf will stay with its mother for between 3-6 years during which it will learn all about feeding techniques, social interaction and group hunting.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. What are the things in common between man and dolphins?
2. How do you know that a dolphin is sociable?
3. What does the underlined pronoun (they) refer to’?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The life span of a dolphin is about………………..
a- 40 years b- 90-130 cm c- 4 meters d- 12 months
5. A dolphin goes hunting………………….
a- in groups b- alone c- only with its father d- with its neighbours
The Novel (The Spiders )
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. How does the GPR work?
2. Why did the helicopter fly over that place?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. The police drove the two land cruisers to
2. A team of archaeologists
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
‘There aren't any deadly spiders in Egypt”.
1. Who said these words? To whom?
2. Why was he terribly wrong?
D. Writing
8- Write an e-mail to your friend Omar Salem saying why online shoppinf is necessary these days. Your name is Alaa ragab.
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Some people are optimistic while others are pessimistic Optimistic people believe that almost everything has changed for the better over the last twenty-five years and that is life on the Earth is a paradise. However, pessimistic people are desperate. They believe that nearly everything has changed for the worse and that life is unbearable nowadays
b. Translate into English:

1- على رجال الأعمال المصريين استثمار أموالهم في مشروعات قومية تخدم المجتمع.
2- تساعد الدول المتقدمة بعض الدول الفقيرة وتقرضها الأموال اللازمة لإقامة مشروعات التنمية.



TEST 2

A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. You’re asked about the nationality of Marco Polo.
2. Torn asks you about your nationality.
3. You’re asked about your marital status.
4. Habib thanks you for helping him with his heavy bag.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: I got to grips with instructions for the new video player.
B: I’m sure; you would be very pleased as you use our products.
A: Thanks a lot for your help.
Place:………….. Speaker A:………………… Speaker B:……………
2. A: Can I buy couples of coloured birds?
B: Of course, after you fill in a form and pay the price.
A: Where?
B: At the zoo manager’s office on your left.
Place:………….. Speaker A:………………… Speaker B:……………
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1. He runs as fast……….. a train.
a-as b- just as c- such as d- like
2. It is……………… to believe in ghosts.
a- great b- brilliant c- ridiculous d- fantastic
3. She needs to learn English…………..she wants to be a journalist.
a- but b- while c- owing to d- because
4. ………….. do their best to prevail world peace.
a- Astrologers b- Diplomats c- Archaeologists d- Astronomers
5. He made an interesting……….. by ship to England.
a- voyage b- journey c- flight d- tour
6. It’s illegal to……………….. other’s properties.
a- donate b- search c- steal d- investigate
7. He works hard………………… succeed.
a- because b- so that c-so as not to d-so as to
8. Hoda doesn’t agree ……….Rania to postpone her homework.
a-to b-an c- with d- that
9. By the time she went to bed, she ………….her parents.
a- had fed b- fed c- will feed d- is feeding
10.A………. is a plastic card that can be used to take money directly form your bank account.
a- bill b- credit card c- debit card d- receipt
11.After…………. his homework, he watched TV.
a- had finished b- finishing c-finish d- finishes
12.People……………. at the age of sixty.
a- retire b- retreat c- resign d- relax
13.She wasn’t presented the new mobile until she…….. the final exams.
a- will pass c- passed b- passes d- had passed
14.The…………….. is the American currency.
a- pound b- dollar c- yuan d- lira
15.He’ll welcome us as soon as…………………….
a- arrived c- arriving b- 'll arrive d- have arrived
16.They click the left……………..
a- printer b- mouse c- keyboard d- scanner
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
1. I’d like you to make me a favour.
2. Professor Magdi Yacoub provided to be sociable by nature.
3. She always tells lies. She is reliable.
4. People have their food delivery by supermarkets.
5. Having had had his lunch, he went out for a walk.
6. No sooner had he known the good news, then he congratulated them.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Centenarians are people who reach 100 or more years old. What are the reasons that enable a person to be 100 or more years old? There are a lot of reasons. Personal hygiene is one reason. Phytochemicals in dark green vegetables and the vitamins and fiber in fruit are other reasons. Do not forget to put into consideration the following tips that help you to lead a happy life. First, avoid excesses in all things. Be optimistic about life. Develop a regular fitness routine. Second, drink eight glasses of water every day. Eat food in their natural state. Eat fresh fruits, vegetables and other foods. Third, keep learning, develop new skills and pursue hobbies. Learn from failures. Stay open-minded. Stay current with new technologies. Fourth, never forget your own dreams. Travel to unfamiliar places and gain a new perspective. Stay in touch with the world. Fourth, thanks God for all the good things in life and spread the good word around you.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. Who are centenarians?
2. Can you add two more tips of your own to the passage? What are they?
3. Give examples from the passage to tips for the soul and the body.
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The underlined word “perspective” means………..
a- a way of thinking b- a way of singing
c- a way of measuring d- a way of living
5. Tips are ………………..
a- instructions b- constructions c- deductions d- restrictions
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
People do not think critically nowadays. They are easily swayed by propaganda and emotionalism. They also do not know what it means to argue. An argument occurs when we draw conclusion from various premises. There are certain indicators for premises and for conclusions. When we use because, for, based on the fact that, we are indicating a premise. On demonstrating a conclusion, we use therefore. In order to detect an argument, it is good to keep these indications in mind.
The foundation for all logical thinking is the law of non-.contradiction which simply means that a statement can not be true and not true at the same time. For example, it cannot be both raining and not raining at the same time. That law is fundamental to any kind of distinctions: right and wrong, good and bad, true and false. Difficulties of communication arise from differing culture age groups, races and especially from differing worldviews.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. When does an argument happen?
2. Why do we have difficulties of communication?
3. How can you detect an argument?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The law of means that a statement cannot be true and not true
at the same time.
a- gravity b- non contradiction c- contradiction d- condensation
5. Premises are the that one has at the beginning of an argument.
a- assumptions b- suggestions c- results d- conclusions
The Novel (The Spiders)
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. Why did the gang of robbers switch off their lights and engines?
2. What do the letters GPR stand for?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. The engineer, pilot and technicians in the helicopter. were on their way to………………..
2. The small man shouted ‘Let’s get out of here because………………
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“Get them off me”.
1. Who said these words? To whom?
2. What was wrong with the speaker?
D. Writing
8- Write a paragraphof about 100 words about" The importance of sports in our life"
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Education is a means to an end and not an end in itself. Therefore
there should be a radical change in this field so as to keep up with the spirit of the age and the requirements of the present generation, as well as the future ones
b. Translate into English:
- تمتلك مصر الموارد الطبيعية والأيدي العملة الماهرة التي يكن استخدامها لتحقيق الرفاهية.1

2- مما لاشك فية ان الحروب المستقبلية ستكون من اجل السيطرة على مصادر المياة فى العالم

TEST 3

A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. You’re asked about the capital city of Turkey.
2. John wants to know the second largest city in Egypt.
3. A friend asks you what language people speak in England.
4. You’re asked how far it is from Cairo to Aswan.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
I. A: Where have you been all this time?
B: I accompanied my father to Siwa where he works.
A: What is his job?
B: He is an archaeologist.
Place:……….. Speaker A:…………… Speaker B:………………….
2. A: I’d like to change some money, please.
B: Here you are, Cash or travellers cheques?
A: Travellers cheques.
Place:……….. Speaker A:…………… Speaker B:………………….
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3-Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
1……………… computer has changed the way we work.
a-A b-The c- An d) No article
6. If there are no rules, life will be………………..
a- modified b- predictable c- unpredictable d- identified
7……………. River Nile is the longest river in the world.
a- No article b- The c-A d-An
2. France is………………….. of the European union.
a- part b- port c- portion d- a part
3. Mount Fugi is……………… beautiful than the Matterhorn.
a- more b- better c- little d- worse
4. Rules make it possible to……………… things.
a- know b- modify c- organize d- recognise
5. Football is the ……………….popular game in Egypt.
a- less b- many c) much d- most
8. Jack’s group tries to……………..Poggy’s glasses.
a- steal b- gain c- give d- join
9. The wind is getting stronger. There………………. be a heavy rain.
a- is going to b- will c- shall d- would
10. ……………. isn’t allowed to talk about in public.
a- policy b- politics c- politician d- political
11. I’m sure you…………… pass the final exam successfully.
a- will b- may c- would d- are going
12. Unlike basketball, boxing is a / an……………….. sport.
a- group b- individual c- personal d- team
13. Zidan………………. a famous goal yesterday.
a- gained b- earned c- scored d- won
14. Pupils join the primary stage at the……………. of six.
a- age b- year c- old d- period
15. Magdi ……………… at tennis.
a- earned b- gained c- won d- beat
16. It is easy for us to……….. predictions about tomorrows weather.
a-do b-get c- make d- take
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then
write them correctly:
1. Mount Fuji is the less dangerous if it is compared with Annapurna.
2. In my opinion, mountaineers are very coward people.
3. During a second world war, Golding was a sailor in the British
navy.
4. A good leader discourages the boys to cooperate.
5. Wolves usually hunt by packs.
6. We travelled to France and spend too weeks in Paris.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
In many countries around the world, women are entering the work force in great numbers for the first time. It is true that more women are currently employed than ever before. However, the goals of equal work opportunity for women have not been fully realized. For a number of reasons; they held low-ranking positions, the last to be employed and the first to be fired when employment drops off. They usually got lower-paying positions than men; even they were doing the same work. Certainly, great efforts have been made towards equality, but the problem of reaching this goal is becoming increasingly clear all the time. Although women have come a long way, they still have a long way to go for equal opportunity.
Women in China now receive equal pay for equal work, therefore, they are not dependent on their families as they once were. In the field of medicine ,they are nearly half of all the doctors, there.
On the other hand in many countries, women now work as scientists, medical workers, welders, electrical workers, oil-well operators, vegetable growers and members of the Armed forces.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. How far have women around the world achieved equal work opportunity with men?
2. What is meant by the underlined word “drops off”?
3. What is the situation of women in China?
B. Choose me correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
4. In the past, work conditions were……. for men and women.
a- equality b- the same c- equator d- different
5. To hire means to………………
a- work b- do c- employ d- dismiss
6. Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Sport is an important part of today’s society and plays a large role in people’s lives. Now more than ever sport events dominate headlines and athletes have become national heroes. From a social standpoint, sport plays a positive role in uniting people from different social backgrounds in support of their favourite team. However, just as sport unites people so it can divide them, as is often demonstrated by crowd violence at football matches. Sport is also an important part of every child’s schooling, as it plays a big role in their physical and mental development. It teaches children how to work as part of a team and co-operate with others, while at the same time, it improves their physical condition. The only drawback to this is that children who are less able to perform well in sports are likely to feel inadequate in comparison to their more gifted classmates, which may affect their self- confidence. From an economic point of view, sports can be very profitable, as it attracts a lot of advertising. On one hand, this creates profit for the sporting industry which allows for improvement and expansion. On the other hand, large sums of money are often paid to event organizers to promote products such as cigarettes, which are harmful to one’s health.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. According to the passage, sport has two social effects on people, what are they?
2. in what way can sport be profitable?
3. How does sport play an important part in education?
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b. c or d:
4. The children who are likely to feel inadequate are usually……… sport.
a- good at b- experts at c- interested in d- weak in
5. One drawback of sport at football matches is that………..
a- it creates profit for the sporting industry.
b- it often leads to violent actions.
c- it improves the physical condition.
d- it develops the mental condition.
The Novel ( The spiders)
7- a. Answer the following questions:
.1. Why did the people decide to kill all the spiders?
2. How did Ayman make the best use of the internet?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. The old Egyptian text was about………………..
2. Ayman and his internet friends had…………………..
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“Right I think you have to be flexible”.
1. Who said this statement and to whom?
2. What did the speaker mean by ‘to be flexible’?
D- Writing
8- Write a paragrah of about 100 words about "The value of co-operation".
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
As we live in a technological age, anything seems possible. It took a long ‘time to develop new ideas in the past but this is not so any longer. Progress in our present age depends mainly on computers without which it would be impossible.
b. Translate into English:
-1لابد لمصر أن يكون لديها اكتفاء ذاتي في الزراعة و الصناعة حتى تتمتع بالرخاء.
2-يشهد عصرنا الحالي طفرة في عالم الاتصالات و التكنولوجيا الحديثة.

TEST 4

A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. Hani eats food with too much fat in it.
2. Your cousin has poor teeth. Give him advice.
3. A friend asks if you are enjoying your book and you agree.
4. You recommend a new CD by your favourite singer to Ali.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: A car hit mine and broke its door.
B: Have you got the number of the car?
A: A taxi 147369.
B. Ok. We will find the taxi-driver.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……… …….. Speaker B:………..
2. A: I’m fascinated by chemistry.
B: That’s good. You can join our research
team in the field of bacteriology.
A: Alright. Thanks for your advice.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……… …….. Speaker B:………..
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
1. I wish Egypt would take part…….. the following football world cup
championship.
a-on b-in c- at d- for
2……………………. players play football for money.
a- Amateur c- Merchantable . b- Voluntary d- Professional
3. It is the money and training that drive the sport ..... …..
a- off c- forward b- back d- away
4. Squash is a very good exercise, so it helps me to keep………………….
a- fitness b-fit c- fat d- unfit
5. When I was young, I……. live in a small flat, but now I live in a villa.
a- used to b- ‘m used to c- use to d- ‘m used
6………………….. isn’t an Olympic sport at the moment.
a- Squash b- Judo c- Karate d- Swimming
7. Ayman did not use to enjoy………………. at home.
a- stayed b- to stay c- staying d- stay
8. I like……………. a part of a team to do well.
a- be b- bee c- being d- been
9. She……………… basketball for about ten years.
a- plays b- 've played c- played d- has been playing
10.Olympic Games have helped to…….. understanding between nations.
a- prevent b- develop c- concentrate d- hinder
11 .A chemical business may not be good…………. the environment.
a-for b-at c-of d-on
12……………. “means affecting or including the whole world”.
a- Regional b- Local c- National d- Global
13. Zaki used to drive a ten………………… old car.
a- years b- year c- year’s d- years’
14. Computers………………… in Japan, are of high quality.
a- are making b- are made c- which make d- made
15.Mona can’t……. a new mobile phone because she has hardly any money.
a- offer b- bea r c- borne d- afford
16. He bought a large villa……………. over the main Street.
a- looking b- looks c- is looking d- looked
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then
write them correctly:
1. The Olympic Games are an international ceremony.
2. All students should benefit of the educational programmes on TV.
3. He ran fast, but fortunately he lost the race.
4. Would you mind helps me with this heavy bag?
5. They make Karate to be able to defend themselves.
6. Mr Kamal visits our school every day part from Saturdays.
b- develop d- hinder
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
There is no doubt that Egypt has every reason to be proud of its ancient civilization that has yielded wonderful remains and monuments. These have captured people’s admiration and high appreciation everywhere all over the world.
When tourists have been very well treated, satisfied and pleased with their visits in Egypt, they will, no doubt, speak well of Egypt with the good result that more and more tourists will come to our country; so tourists themselves can be good propaganda. Moreover, tourism is one of the main sources of income and hard currency money that is badly needed to carry out investment projects.
In order to attract tourists to Egypt, tourist offices in our embassies in Europe, America and Asia should distribute well prepared booklets and brochures that contain full and exciting information about the old Egyptian legacy and its effects on other civilizations, besides the places of interest and services that could be offered to help tourists enjoy their tour. Ancient remains as well as new discoveries of antiquities should be described in an attractive manner. Moreover, art history museums as well as Egyptian Civilization Museums should be set up in the capitals of European and American countries.
More important still is the necessity of affording all possible facilities to tourists as soon as they set foot in Egypt. We have to be sure that tourists feel that their stay is enjoyable, comfortable and without any troubles. Tourist police should stop any nuisance committed that would spoil enjoyment and safety.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. How can tourists be a good propaganda to attract more tourists to our country?
2. What should we do to attract more tourists to come to our country?
3. Why is tourism important for our country?
B - Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Egypt is proud of its ancient civilization because………..
a- tourists come from all over the world to visit it.
b- it brings us hard currency.
c- it has attracted people’s admiration and high appreciation everywhere.
d- booklets contain exciting information about old Egyptian
monuments.
5. Tourist offices in our embassies abroad should……………….
a- carry out investment projects.
b- distribute brochures that tell about the old Egyptian legacy.
c- afford all possible facilities to tourists as soon as they set foot in Egypt.
d- stop any nuisance that would spoil tourists’ enjoyment and safety.
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Would you like to be a “teleworker”? Teleworkers are people who work for companies, but not in companies. That is to say, they do company work at home, usually on computers. Teleworkers communicate with their bosses by telephone or fax. They usually transfer information from their own computer to the office computer by electronic means. Some companies also give video phones to their teleworkers so that they can see their work colleagues when they speak to them.
“Teleworking” is becoming more and more popular in Britain and in USA. There are many reasons for this increase. The biggest advantage for companies is that teleworking reduces the companies’ running costs. Having fewer employees at work means having less office space. Also, computers are now quicker and easier to use, and the price keeps going down. For a company, it is cheaper to train employees in computer skills and give them a personal computer to use at home.
However, before you apply for a job as a teleworker, you should ask yourself if it is really the best situation for you. Bill Smith, who works for a big company, hasn’t enjoyed his last three months at home. He often falls asleep at the computer because he doesn’t have anybody to talk to. Next Week, he is starting a new job in a company where there are five people in one small office.” I can’t wait”, he says.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. Give two reasons why some companies like to employ teleworkers.
2. What enables teleworkers to see their work colleagues when they speak them?
3. If you get the chance, would you like to work as a teleworker? Why? Why not?
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4- A teleworker’s job is to work……………..
a. in a small office b. with colleagues in an office
c. for a company at home d. alone in an office in a company
5- According to the passage, teleworkers communicate with their
colleagues and bosses by means of…………………….
a- television b- phone or fax c- video d- radio
The Novel (The Spiders
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. What news did Professor Malcolm have on the telephone?
2. Show how spiders multiply quickly.
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. It took years to develop a new antivenom because ………..
2. Professor Jones came to Egypt to…………………
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“I haven’t seen anything like this before.”
1. Who was the speaker?
2. Why couldn’t the speaker identify it?
D. Writing
8. Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
“Professor Magdi Yacoub, a world famous heart surgeon”
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Health is a splendid treasure that completes our happiness. We can’t enjoy life if we are not healthy, however wealthy we may be. Our sound bodies enable us to do everything that brings us great joy. To be healthy, you should eat fresh fruit and vegetables besides doing exercises.
b. Translate into English:
1- يجب أن يتسلح الشباب بالعمل و التكنولوجيا حتى يحققوا طموحاتهم.
2- تبذل الحكومة جهودا مضنية للقضاء علي الأمية و لتحقيق التقدم و الاستقرار.
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TEST 5
A- Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
1. You’re introduced to a foreign friend.
2. You ask your uncle Said when he began his first job.
3. You want to ask your grandfather about the beginning of his job.
4. Someone. suggests going to the cinema and you agree.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1. A: Silence, please. He has just been operated on.
B: I’m awfully sorry.
Place:……………… Speaker A:………… Speaker B:……………
2. A: I’d like to have a cup of coffee.
B: How do you like it?
A: With little sugar, please.
Place:……………… Speaker A:………… Speaker B:……………
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
1. Ramy practises……………. to keep fit.
a- regular b- regulation c- regularly d- regularize
2. Hockey is a / an…………… game.
a- individual b- personal c- pair d- team
3. The film was so…………………… that I went to bed.
a- boring b- interesting c- exciting d- inviting
4. We should be………….. of our football national team due to great
achievements.
a- proud b- ashamed c- modest d- shy
5. My father…… for his company for twenty years and he’s still working.
a- works b- has been working c- has worked d- worked
6. Earthquakes shake the ……..of buildings, weaken and break them.
a- found b- finder c- foundations d- finding
7. I haven’t played tennis…………………. has Ahmed.
a- Either b- So c- Nor d- Neither
8. A / An……………… is a person who does something for enjoyment.
a- engineer b- volunteer c- donor d- amateur
9. Hesham……………. my dictionary to look a difficult word up.
a- borrowed b- lent c- gave d- exported
10.Govemments can provide sports…… for sportsmen and sportswomen.
a- face powder b- facelift c- facilities d- face-off
11.I look forward to…………….. you.
a- meeting b- meet c- have met d- met
12.They decide to buy a/an…………. diamond necklace as a replacement.
a- different b- similar c- opposite d- identical
13.A corporation…… goods to shops and companies in a particular area.
a- invests b- distributes c- introduces d- imports
14.He needs to pay off all his……………. before he leaves the country.
a- debits b- cards c- debts d- coins
15.My friend Samy is a pilot,…………….. lives in Tanta.
a- which b- who c- whose d- where
16. A chemical business could create a lot of jobs for …people in the area.
a- odd b- strange c- foreign d- local
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then
write them correctly:
1. Omar is terrible in remembering phone numbers.
2. The western desert should be deserted to provide different crops.
3. If I had a lot of money, I will go to Itlay.
4. Water is used for fertilizing the fields.
5. Is she to buy a car, she would give me a lift.
6. The reason of the accident is unknown.
C- Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
What sort of food are we likely to be eating in the year 2020? Most people, when you ask them a question like that, either say: “There won’t be any left “or” whatever it is, there won’t be much taste in it”. Of course there are good reasons for being pessimistic about the world’s food supplies in the future. Nevertheless, not all experts share the general despondency For one thing, although the world’s population is rising fast,, food production is keeping pace with it, even in developing countries. It is therefore argued that the main reason why people are hungry is not that there is a food shortage but that methods of cultivation are not sufficiently advanced in some areas and the food is not fairly distributed to all those that need it.
Moreover in most industrialized countries, one important cause of trouble is our conservative preference for meat. After all, we are already in a situation where we feed animals with grain to produce high-quality beef, even though the grain would feed the human population.
By the time our grandchildren have grown up, it seems likely that many of these problems will have been resolved. Scientists are already capable of constructing steaks from vegetable ingredients like Soya beans. However skeptical we may be about their claim that they can reproduce the substance, taste and colour of meat by these means, the fact is that the most common complaint about such “steaks” is that we will no doubt have discovered a way of
including artificial bones , skin and fat!
A. Answer the following questions:
1. What are the main reasons for food shortage at the present time?
2. Is our diet going to be the same or different in the future? Why?
3. Who can solve the problem of our preference for meat?
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The underlined word “pessimistic” in the first paragraph
means…………….
a- caring b- uncaring c- hopeful d- hopeless
5. The underlined word “these” in the last paragraph refers to
a- steaks b- vegetable ingredients
c- scientists d- substance, taste and colour of meat.
6. Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
When most children and older people- who should know better- think of pirates, they think of storybook characters. The most famous of these are Long John Silver in ‘Treasure Island’ and Captain Hook in ‘Peter pan’. These and other pirates sailed the seas in sailing ships. Their flag was skull and crossbones. They robbed other ships and led exciting and adventurous lives. They lived over a hundred years ago and although they were bad men, they were not completely wicked. This is the romantic idea of pirates. The truth is very different. Firstly, most pirates were not and are not like the storybook characters. They are not just men who robbed other ships; they were and are murderers of the worst kind. They killed and kill people for their money and goods.
Secondly, there are probably as many, if not even more, pirates on the seas today than there were a hundred or morç years ago. Nowadays, however, they do not sail in sailing ships and they do not have swords. Modern pirates use fast motorboats. They have machine guns and other weapons which they use to kill the sailors and passengers on the ships they attack. Whereas pirates in history were usually caught and punished, most modern pirates are never caught. They move too quickly and there are too many of them.
Piracy is so serious that American sailing magazines tell their readers to take weapons with them- the bigger the better. They also advise having the most modern. So many people have had problems with pirates that they don’t talk about the fish they have caught or the excitement of sailing any more. They talk about machine guns and bullets, and their escapes from pirate attacks. When we think of pirates, therefore, we should not have romantic ideas, we should remember that they are really some of the most dangerous and wicked men in the history of sea travel.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. How do children usually think of pirates?
2. Why has piracy become a very serious problem?
3. Make a comparison between pirates in the past and modem pirates.
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. American sailing magazines advise readers to take weapons so as to….
a- kill each other b- hunt animals c- defend themselves d- kill captain
5. Captain Hook is a……………….
a- policeman b- romantic person c- story pirate d- writer
The Novel (The Spiders )
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. Who is Malcolm Jones?
2. Why did Malcolm Jones go to Hamdayya?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. In order to keep the spiders out, the police got …………….
2. It was thought that the spider in Hamdayya was female because…..
c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
‘Tm not very keen on spiders.”
1. Who said these words? To whom?
2. What did the speaker admit?
B- Writing
8. Write a paragraph of about 100 words about " Global Warming
Translation
1- a. Translate into Arabic:
Egypt has always been the first country in the Nile basin to seek taming the longest river in the world in order to achieve the utmost benefit for the sake of the Egyptians. As a result, Egypt had a futuristic view towards making use of any waste of water.
b. Translate into English:
1- مصر فخورة بعلمائها الذين حققوا انجازات عظيمة في كل المجالات.
2- يجب أن تتعاون جميع الدول لحماية الانجازات البشرية من الدمار.
TEST 6

A. Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
a- A friend asks you why you enjoy reading newspapers.
b- A friend asks you a question you would prefer not to answer.
c- You want to know a friend’s opinion of a book you have both read.
d- You want to know which subject your uncle enjoyed most when he was a student.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1-a. A: For homework, please do Exercises A and B on page 20.
B: Could you repeat that, please?
A: Certainty. Do exercises A and B on page 20.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……… …… Speaker B:……………..
b. A: How would you like to pay for it, sir?
B: By credit card, please.
A: That’s fine, sir. Shall I put it in a bag for you?
B: No, thank you. It’s starting to rain, so I think I’ll wear it now.
Place:……………… Speaker A:……… …… Speaker B:……………..
B. Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1. My father has just bought a camera……………..
a- by internet b- by web site c- online d- on computer
2. I’d………….. be a doctor than a dentist.
a- rather b- prefer c- want d- like
3. I have………….. a very important decision to next week.
a- make b- have c- come d- do
4. In the evenings, I like…………….. the internet.
a- surfing b- traveling c- going d- running
5. Scientists are doing…………… into new kinds of energy.
a- study b- research c-work d- experiment
6…………. people live with their families before they are married.
a- Single b- Individual c- Alone d- Professional
7. Application forms often ask people about their……………. status.
a- married b- waiting c- marital d-famous
8. My father works very hard, and he………. working even when he
doesn’t feel well.
a- gets on b- goes back c- gets up d- goes on
9. Surgeons…………… operations to help people get better.
a- do b- make c- take d- bring
10. Professor Magdi Yacoub is a famous heart………….. surgeon.
a- change b- move c- transport d- transplant
11. Mother Teresa really……………. a difference in people’s lives.
a- making b- made c-did d-does
12. It’s OK to…… mistakes when we are learning something for the first time.
a- do b- have c- take d- make
13. My father is a……………. He works in politics.
a- diplomat b- politician c- surgeon d- pilot
14. Can you give me an…………. for being late to class today?
a- example b- imagination c- explanation d- invitation
15…….. I studied as hard as I could, I only scored 70% on my exam.
a- Although b- If c- Because d- However
16- It’s ………….to think that horses can fly!
a- famous b- ridiculous c- available d- traditional
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
1. This car factory does parts for cars and buses.
2. Have you ever meet a famous person?
3. When you pay with money, you pay in credit.
4. I don’t like meat. I prefers to eat fish.
5. Something that contains new and interesting ideas is traditional.
6. The children of our children are called our grandparents.
C. Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
A goal is something you want to achieve. First, decide what your goal
is. For example, do you want to pass a test? Do you want to be a doctor? When you have decided on your goal, write it down on paper and look at it every day. Then decide what you must do to succeed.
Some people never reach their goal because they think it is impossible. But you must always believe that your goals are possible, Don’t think, “This test is difficult. I’ll probably fail”. Instead, think, “This test s difficult, but I’ve worked hard and I will pass it”.
Most people are successful at things they enjoy. So always try to enjoy your work. Keep looking at the goal you wrote on paper and think how happy you will be when you succeed. Think about that happiness while you are working and you will enjoy your work.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. What is this passage about?
2. What should you do when you have written your goal on paper?
3. Why do some people not reach their goal?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What is the opposite of pass?
a- succeed b- fail c- lose d- miss
5. What kind of things are most people successful at?
a- Things that are easy. b- Things that are difficult.
c- Things that they enjoy doing. d- Things they work hard at.
6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
One day, I was waiting for a friend in town when I saw two men. One was sitting on the pavement wearing old clothes. He had a hat in front of him. As people passed, he said, “Can you give me money, please?” Some people threw coins into his hat, but most walked past. The other man, who was wearing a suit, stopped people and asked them. politely to lend him money to buy petrol for his car. Most people happily gave him coins or notes. During the ten minutes 1 was watching him, he collected a lot of money. He put it all in his pocket, but did not go to buy petrol. I soon realised that both men just wanted money. The one in the old clothes needed money more than the one in the suit, but the one in the suit got more money. Isn’t that strange?
a. Answer the following questions:
1. How did the two men look different?
2. What did the writer think about what he had seen?
3. What does the word most refer to in: (but most walked past)?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Why was the man’s hat in front of him?
a- It had fallen off his head.
b- It was there on the pavement before he sat down.
c- He put it there for people to throw money into.
d- He had taken it off because it was a hot day.
5. Why didn’t the man in the suit go to buy petrol?
a- There was already petrol in his car.
b- He was going to buy petrol later.
c-. He didn’t have a car.
d- He had lied about why he needed money.
The Reader (The Spiders)
7- a. Answer the following questions:
I. Why did the men’s car move without lights and with a silent engine?
2. Why were the men carrying special equipment that could see through walls?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. The men found treasures in the rooms using a machine called………..
2. The pilot thought the four men had died of…………………..
c. Read the quotation, then answer the questions:
“We’d better get on the radio,” said the engineer.
Those words saved the pilot’s life. He left the car and went back to the helicopter and the radio.
1. Why did the helicopter crew need to get on the radio?
2. How did the engineer’s words save the pilot’s life?
Writing
8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words on The Mobile phone is a mixed blessing
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Egyptians are proud of Professor Magdi Yacoub. Thanks to his high qualifications, he has become the pioneer of heart transplant operations. Though he is in his 70s, he is still making great efforts for the sake of children with heart problems.
b Translate into English:
1- يجب على كل الحكومات ان تتعاون لحل مشكلة الاحتباس الحرارى التى تهدد كل العالم.
2- التفت الملايين من المصريين لتشجيع الفريق القومى لكرة القدم وادى هذا الى خلق روح الانتماء بين الجميع
TEST 7
A. Language Functions
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
a- You want to know a friend's opinion of a tennis match you both went to.
b- Someone asks for your advice. They want to know what you would do to keep fit.
c- A friend asks you what you know about Omar Samra.
d- Someone asks your opinion about what makes a successful swimmer.
2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1- A: I’m sure our listeners would like to hear how you first became interested in heart surgery.
B: Well, my father was a surgeon so I grew up watching him save people’s lives. But I really became interested in heart surgery when my aunt died of a heart problem.
A: And why do you continue to work today, even though you can take lots of time off?
B: Well, I believe that I can really make a difference in peoples lives.
A: Well, that’s all we have time for. Thank you very much, Professor.
Place:……………….Speaker A:…………… Speaker B:…………
2- A: How long have you been feeling unwell?
B: Since Thursday.
A: I see. Well, you need to go to bed, keep warm and rest for a few days. Take one of these tablets three times a day.
B: Thank you.
Place:……………….Speaker A:…………… Speaker B:…………
B. Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1. It isn’t very polite to make…………… of people.
a- laugh b- joke c- funny d- fun
2. If you are a policeman, you have to wear a special………………….
a- shirt b- dress c- uniform d- trousers
3. In most shops, you can pay by……………. , cheque or credit card.
a- cash b- money c- debit d- coin
4. Squash is………………….. sport.
a- a team b- a single c- an individual d- a personal
5. To be successful, the members of a sports team must………….. with
each other.
a- cooperate b- leave c- pass d- prove
6. They have just…………….. a good decision.
a- done b- made c- found d- brought
7. He’s very……………… He always thinks the worst is going to happen.
a- sensible b- happy c- pessimistic d- intelligent
8. Shakespeare and Dickens are two of the most famous names in English………
a- music b- books c- writers d- literature
9. My brother’s …………….ambition is to climb Mount Everest.
a- lifelong b- life c- long d- wrong
10. While I was doing the shopping, I…………….. one of my teachers.
a- was meeting b- met c- have met d- am meeting
11. I could sleep anywhere………….. I was extremely tired.
a- while b- although c- because d- however
12. As soon as I got to the station, I realised that I……… my train.
a- had missed b- missed c- have missed d- miss
13……………… author of Lord of the Flies is William Gelding.
a-An b-A c- The d- No article
14. Europe is not as large………………. Asia.
a- as b- than c-to d-so
15. Next Monday, I……. my brother for lunch. We’ve already booked the restaurant.
a- meet b- met c- will meet d- am meeting
16. Go and see that film. I’m sure you……………… it.
a- will enjoy b- enjoy c- are enjoying d- are going to enjoy
4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
a. Au is the faster runner in our school.
b. I’d like to be the doctor when I’m older.
c. Mona jogs the internet for long hours every day.
d. Egypt, Greece and Italy are all on a Mediterranean Sea.
e. My father was a sailor in the army.
f. The children in Lord of the Flies were kind to each other.
C. Reading
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Hockey is a very old team sport which is popular all over the world. Hockey is normally played on grass, but there is also ice hockey. Men and women can play hockey, and in some countries they play together in mixed teams. Like football, there are eleven players in a hockey team. Players carry sticks which they use to control the ball - either to pass it to other players on their team., or to hit it into a net and score goals. The goalkeeper is the only player who can kick the ball.
Hockey can be a dangerous game. The ball, which is small and very hard, can break bones if it hits a player, and players can hurt each other with their sticks. One of the important rules of the sport is that players cannot lift their sticks above their shoulders.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. On what surfaces is hockey played?
2. What do hockey players use to hit the ball?
3. What can goalkeepers do that ordinary players cannot do?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. How do players score goals in hockey?
a- They kick the ball into the net.
b- They hit the ball into the net with a stick.
c- They throw the ball into the net. d- They carry the ball into the net.
5. How is a hockey ball different from a football?
a- It is softer. b- It is larger. c- It is smaller. d- It is not round.
6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Two of my friends went on a three-week climbing holiday in Switzerland last year. They had climbing lessons for six months before they left and took ropes and other important equipment.
On the first day of their holiday, they started climbing one of the easy mountains. It was a bright, sunny day and they did not find climbing difficult. When it was nearly dark, they stopped and ate some of the food they had brought with them, then they made beds for themselves on a large piece of rock. The mountain side provided shelter from the wind. During the night, it became very cold and started to snow. Unfortunately, when my friends woke up in the morning, the snow was still falling and they decided to come down the mountain. But there was too much snow and they had to wait for five hours to be rescued.
a. Answer the following questions:
I. What did the writer’s friends do before they went climbing?
2. What was the weather like when they started climbing?
3. How did the story end?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. How long was the writer’s friends’ holiday?
a- six weeks b- six months c- three weeks d- a year
5. When did the two people decide to stop climbing?
a- on the second morning. b- on the first evening
c.- during the first night. d- on the first morning.
The Reader (The Spiders)
7- a. Answer the following questions:
1. Why did Ayman write an e-mail to Dr Shereen Fakhry at Oxford University?
2. What did the spider do when it found a quiet dark place?
b. Complete the following sentences:
1. To research about the spider, Ayman used the……………
2. The spider needed a safe place for its family because……………..
c. Read the quotation, then answer the questions:
“The story of the spiders may just be a story. Good luck with identifying your spider’.
1. What was the “story of the spiders”?
2. Do you think Ayman is pleased or disappointed when ‘he hears that the story may not be true? Give a reason for your answer.
D- Writing
8- Write an e-mail of about 100 words to your friend Hassan telling him about a book you have read recently. Tell your friend why you liked or disliked it. Your name is wessarn Ahrned
Translation
9- a. Translate into Arabic:
Internet shopping has greatly grown nowadays. Lots of shops and companies now have user-friendly websites to make buying easier, cheaper and more interesting. In this way, more and more people are attracted to online shopping.
b. Translate into English:
1- إن إنشاء مدارس المجتمع ومدارس الفصل الواحد قد ساعد فى تقدم سياسات إصلاح التعليم الشاملة لمصر.
2- علينا جميعا أن نتعاون سويا و أن نكون متسامحين حتى نحيا حياة أفضل
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