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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 3:12 pm

    Review (A)
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:



    1. Ahmed asks you about your favourite subject.
    2. A friend asks you about the subjects you are studying at school.
    3. Your cousin offered you a computer as a birthday present.
    4. Maha asks you why you like English.
    5. You're asked why you admire Dr. Magdi Yacoub.
    6. A friend asks you what you would like to be after leaving school.
    7. Salem wants to know the best thing about your school.
    8. You're asked why you'd like to be a civil engineer.
    1- My favourite subject is English.
    2- I am studying English, Arabic, French and Maths.
    3- Thank you. That's kind of you.
    4- I like English because it is very easy.
    5- I admire him because he is successful and efficient.
    6- I'd like to be a doctor.
    7- The best thing about my school is my helpful teachers.
    8- I'd like to be a civil engineer to build more roads.
    2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
    1. A: On which platform is the train to Aswan?
    B: Platform No.5
    A: May you help me with my bags?
    B: With pleasure.
    2. A: How do you like this T-shirt?
    B: It's lovely but I'd rather have it white.
    A: Red is fashion now.
    B: But I can not stand it.
    A: All right. I'll bring you a white one.
    3. A: It's good that you have got a mobile phone with you. Let's phone the police
    about the diver.
    B: Yes, he hit the old man and ran away.
    4. A: Excuse me, I'm looking for some information about festivals around the world for my English class.
    B: There are some books about festivals in the cultural section over there.
    1-Place: Train station Speaker A: Passenger Speaker B: Porter
    2-Place: Clothes shop Speaker A: Salesman Speaker B: Customer
    3-Place: Street Speaker A: Passer-by Speaker B: witness
    4-Place: Library Speaker A: Student Speaker B: Librarian
    B- Vocabulary and Structure
    3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
    1. Ahmed always .......... favour to his poor neighbours.
    a- does b- gets c- makes d- comes
    2 ............ my stay in London, I met my old friend, Ramy.
    a- While b- When c- As d- During
    3. Maha finds it very easy to ........... decisions quickly.
    a- do b- get c- make d- come
    4. ........ he was sick, he attended the conference.
    a- Because b- Although c- Despite d- During
    5. He went abroad to ......... his postgraduate studies.
    a- give b- do c- make d- take
    6. Although she is over thirty, she is still ....... .
    a- single b- alone c- one d- free
    7. Hazem enjoys ………….. tennis with his friends.
    a- played b- plays c- playing d- to play
    8. It is impolite to ............. an ass of anyone.
    a- satire b- make c- mock d- reason
    9 ........... you want to keep fit, you have to practise sports.
    a- In case of b- But for c- Unless d- If
    10.The people of Lilliput .......... Gulliver to the ground so as not to escape.
    a- put b- fell c- made d- tied
    l1.Have you .......... been to Cambridge University?
    a- lately b- never c- ever d- already
    12.Egypt always sends ........... to nearly all conferences abroad.
    a- donors b- delegations c- generations d- volunteers
    13.While Amal was writing an essay, Ahmed .......... TV.
    a- watches b- was watching c- watched d- will watch
    14.If you have a .............. connection, you can contact to the internet very quickly.
    a- broadband b- fax c- telex d- radio
    I5.We sometimes .............. to the Opera House.
    a- go b- goes c- are going d- will go
    16. Mona has had a bank ............. since she was at the age of ten.
    a- account b- delivery c- insurance d- robbery
    17.He is very .............. on their traditional music.
    a- anxious b- eager c- fond d- keen
    I8.The government spares no effort to .......... foreign investors.
    a- forget b- fire c- attract d- exclude
    19. She can't send e-mails because there is a problem with her internet …………….. .
    a- closure b- connection c- transmission d- disconnection
    20. We sometimes prefer tea .............. coffee.
    a- on b- with c- to d- for
    21. Professor Magdi Yacoub's aunt died .......... a heart problem.
    a- because b- in case of c- in spite of d- because of
    22. Kidney ....... is to take an organ (kidney from person, animal and put it into another.
    a- transform b- transport c- transmit d- transplant
    23. The reason ........... his absence is unknown.
    a- to b- for c- with d- of
    24. There has been a real ......... in number of people living in Sinai.
    a- grow b- to grow c- growing d- growth
    25. He is affluent ........... he is miser.
    a- when b- as c- but d- because
    26. It is easy to change foreign ........ into Egyptian money.
    a- currency b- language c- investment d- luggage
    27 ……………….. the summer holiday, he helps his father with his work.
    a- During b- When c- While d- As
    28. He would like to work for a ………….. organization to help the poor.
    a- charity b- scientific c- charitable d- cheering
    29 ... ……… his sickness, he managed to win the gold medal.
    a- In case b- Due to c- In spite of d- Although
    30.Interestingly, many people prefer to use traditional banks ....... than online banking.
    a- worse b- other c- rather d- less
    31. Dr. Magdi believes his work can .......... a difference to people's lives.
    a- make b- bring c- do d- give
    32 ............ is a system that cools and dries the air in a building or a car.
    a- Airliner b- Air raid c- Airmail d- Air conditioning

    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
    1. He is good at doing friends. (making)
    2. Prof. Magdi Yacoub was borne in the village of Belbeis. (born)
    3. We're going to ring him up when he arrived. (Arrives) (has arrived)
    4. Harefield became the most important transmit centre in the country under Prof. Magdi's leadership. (transplant)
    5. Have you visited the national museum already? (Yet)
    6. Germs could be killed in milk by condensing it and cooling it again. (boiling)
    7. However darkness it was, I could see them. (dark)
    8. The people of Lilliput are taller than Gulliver.(shorter)
    9. If I'm a doctor, I'd treat poor patients for free. (were)
    10. Prof. Magdi Yacoub resigned as a surgeon in 2001. (retired)
    11. He'd rather left at once.(leave)
    12.Prof. Yacoub was part of a team which made new heart parts from human organs. (cells)
    13. She has no sooner bought a new mobile phone than she lost it. (had)
    14. Many people work for a charitable which helps children with heart problems (charity)
    15. While the wedding party, we enjoyed watching a horse dance. (During)
    16. After finished his university education, he got a good job. (finishing) (Having finished)
    17, Thanks for Pasteur's discoveries, more people live healthy lives. (to)
    18. In the past, everyone used to go into their bank to put money into their accounting. (account)



    C- Reading
    5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:


    Every second, 1 hectare of the worlds rainforest is destroyed. That's equivalent to two football fields. An area the size of New York City is lost every day. In a year, that adds up to 31 million hectares more than the land area of Poland. This alarming rate of destruction has serious consequences for the environment; scientists estimate, for example, that 137 species of plant, insect or animal become extinct every day due to logging. In British Columbia, where, since 1990, thirteen rainforest valleys have been clear-cut, 142 species of salmon have already become extinct, and the habitats of grizzly bears, wolves and many other creatures are threatened. Logging, however, provides jobs, profits, taxes for the government and cheap products of all kinds for consumers, so the government is reluctant to restrict or control it.
    Much of Canada's forestry production goes towards making pulp and paper. If these paper products could be produced in some other way, Canadian forests could be preserved.
    A-Answer the following questions:
    1. What are the consequences of logging on environment?
    2. Are there any advantages for logging? What are they?
    3. Does the end of the passage suggest a solution? What is it?
    B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4. The habitat of an animal is ……………… .
    a- where it lives b- how it lives. c- what it does d- when it gets up.
    5. Logging means cutting down ……………… .
    a- standards b- costs c- sizes d- trees

    1-Hundreds of species of plant, insect or animal become extinct every day due to logging.
    2-Yes, as it provides jobs, profits, taxes for the government and cheap products for all kinds of consumers.
    3-Yes, it does. If we find other ways to produce things like paper, many of the forests can be preserved.
    4- a) where it lives 5- d) trees
    Vocabulary:


    hectare هكتار (10000 م2) Equivalent to مساوي لـ
    Alarming rate معدل مخيف Serious consequences عواقب وخيمة
    Logging قطع الأشجار Be Clear cut يُقطع تماما
    Grizzly bear دب رمادي Wolves الذئاب
    Creatures مخلوقات Reluctant to معارض لـ / ممانع لـ
    Forestry زراعة الأشجار والعناية بها pulp العجينة التي يُصنع منها الورق
    6

    - Read the following passage, then answer the questions:


    The Maldives is famed for its rare underwater beauty. The profusion of colours and the abundance and variety of life underwater have fascinated divers and snorkellers since Maldives was discovered as a diving destination. The highest level of visibility, that one could expect, sometimes exceeds 50 metres. Warm temperatures throughout the year makes diving in the Maldives a delight; you would want to experience over and over again. The Maldives has some of the best dive sites in the world and many visit the Maldives repeatedly for the sole purpose of diving. All resorts in the Maldives have professional dive schools with multi-lingual instructors and conduct courses for beginners as well as the advanced. Many of the resorts have excellent house reefs. Just a short swim from the beach and snorkellers too can experience the same pleasures from the surface.
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1. Why do you think the Maldives is a great summer resort?
    2. What facilities do they provide for visitors in the Maldives?
    3. How can a foreigner learn diving in the Maldives?
    B. Choose the right answer from a, b, c or d:
    4. Multi- lingual means ……………… .
    a- speaking more than one language. b- speaking more than two languages
    c- only speaking a native language. d- speaking no languages.
    5. The underlined word (sites) means ……………… .
    a- houses b- places c- villas d- cottages
    1- It is a great summer resort because of its rare underwater beauty and warm temperatures throughout the year. It has some of the best dive sites in the world.
    2- They have professional dive schools with multilingual instructors and conduct courses for beginners as well as the advanced. Most resorts have excellent house reefs.
    3- A foreigner can learn diving in one of the dive schools.
    4- b) speaking more than two languages 5- b) places
    Vocabulary
    :
    The Maldives جزر في المحيط الهندي Is famed for تشتهر بـ
    Profusion وفرة / غزارة Abundance وفرة
    Variety تنوع Fascinate يُبهـر
    Visibility الرؤية Multilingual متعدد اللغات
    Reefs الشعاب المرجانية delight بهجة / سرور
    The Novel The Spiders
    7- 1. a. Answer the following questions:
    1. What equipment did the men use to see through walls?
    2. Why did the small spiders in the car die?
    1-They used the Ground Penetrating Radar and a small computer.
    2-They died because of the heat of the sun.
    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. Although the robbers' cars had local number plates, .......... .
    2. The pilot thought that the men died ............. .
    1- they were not Egyptians.
    2- of thirst.
    c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
    "It transmits radio waves through the wall. When the waves hit
    something on the other side, they come back to it".
    1. Who said it? To whom?
    2. What was the speaker talking about?
    1-The small man said this to the tall man.
    2-The speaker was talking about GPR.
    2- a. Answer the following questions:
    1. What made the oldest man believe that the spiders were not deadly?
    2. How did the GPR penetrate the rock?
    1-He thought there were not any deadly spiders in modern Egypt.
    2- It transmits radio waves through the wall. When the waves hit something on the other side, they come back to it. The computer changes the radio waves into a picture.

    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. A computer changes .......... .
    2. The pilot escaped death when .......... .
    1-the radio waves into a picture.
    2-the engineer told him to get on the radio.
    c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
    "A team of six archaeologists found these two rooms last week".
    1. What did the speaker see in the first room?
    2. Why was the second room empty?
    1-He saw five ancient Egyptian mummies.
    2-It was empty because the gold objects were sent to the museum in Cairo.



    8. a. Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
    "Charitable Organizations"


    No one can deny that charitable organizations play a very important role in all countries of the world. It is known that there are a lot of people who live in abject poverty. Those people are in bad need of those who lend them a hand to lead a decent life. Charitable organizations do an excellent job when they collect money from rich people and give it to those who are in dire need of it. They sometimes ask humanitarian teachers to give the poor students private lessons for free. They may provide them with clothes and food. There are also medical charitable organizations which help a large number of poor patients. Some of the best doctors treat the needy free of charge. It is our duty to help charitable organizations by all possible means as they contribute greatly to relieving the pains of poor people and draw a smile on their lips. In this way, they open the door of hope before them and make them feel that they are not alone in this world.

    b. Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
    "Money is the root of every evil".
    Is money the root every evil? The answer to this question is not so simple as it sounds for it needs elaboration. Money is a tool that can be used well or badly. Therefore, I'd prefer to say that it is the love of money which is the root of all evil and not money itself. To become rich in a short time, some corrupted people may commit crimes! Not a single day passes without hearing about a bank robbery or a murder. The reason why such crimes are committed is usually the desire to make a fortune in no time without exerting great efforts. Although having a lot of money is a blessing from God, it can be a curse if we misuse it. For example, a lot of deviated wealthy people spend their money in a way that displeases God. Some of them waste their money on drinking wine, gambling or taking drugs. In this way they ruin themselves and their families. Others are wasteful of their money. Wastefulness is a bad quality of course. On the other hand, money is indispensable. If someone said," Money is not important ", we would consider him foolish. We need it to spend on our education, food, shelter and so on. When we use it well, it becomes a servant to us. Wise people use it for the good of the society in which they live so as to gain the satisfaction of Allah.


    Translation
    9. 1. a. Translate into Arabic:
    The high cost of living is one of our most difficult problems. The rise in prices is due to inflation. To bring the prices down, both the government and the individuals should work together, investment should be encouraged, production should be increased and consumption should be cut down.
    إن إرتفاع تكاليف المعيشة واحدة من أصعب المشكلات، والإرتفاع في الأسعار يرجع إلي التضخم ولتقليل الأسعار ينبغي علي الحكومة و الأفراد أن يعملوا معاً و يجب تشجيع الإستثمار وزيادة الإنتاج وتقليل الاستهلاك.
    b. Translate into English:
    1- أحب قراءة قصص المغامرات لأنها تثبر عندي حب الاستطلاع.
    2- تقينا المظلات من حرارة الشمس صيفا و المطر شتاءاً.
    1- I like reading adventure stories because they arouse my curiosity.
    2- Umbrellas protect us from the heat of the sun in summer and the rain in winter.
    2. a. Translate into Arabic:
    Our great big cities don’t suit modern living. They have been set up with no regard to their inhabitants and their comfort. They consist of a variety of buildings and narrow streets full of petrol fumes and noise which affect people’s health, nerves and even their mental health.
    إن مدننا الكبرى العظيمة لا تناسب الحياة الحديثة ، فقد أقيمت دون مراعاة لسكانها وراحتهم وهي تتكون من مجموعة متنوعة من المباني و الشوارع الضيقة الممتلئة بعوادم السيارات والضوضاء التي تؤثر علي صحة وأعصاب الناس وأيضا علي صحتهم العقلية
    b. Translate into English:
    1- يجب علينا معاملة ذوي الإحتياجات الخاصة بطريقة إنسانية وذلك بدمجهم مع قرنائهم.
    2- يجب أن يتعاون الجيران لحل مشكلاتهم بطريقة ودية.
    1-People with special needs should be treated in a humanitarian way by integrating them with their peers.
    2-Neighbours should cooperate to solve their problems in a friendly way.

    Sample Test One
    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.

    1- A diplomat is a person who represents his or her country abroad.
    2- What do you think of my new mobile phone?
    3- Why do you like science?
    4- The Chinese were the first people to use 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. I hope you enjoy your stay. Don't forget
    to take dates back with you to England.
    2. A: I'll bring my tools and come to your house to fix the pump.
    B: Thanks a lot, I'll be waiting.
    1-Place: Airport Speaker A: Passenger Speaker B: Airport Clerk
    2-Place: Plumber's Speaker A: Plumber Speaker B: Customer
    Speaker B: House owner

    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 he 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 neighbor'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
    10.Jonathan Swift's father was ........... .
    a- Irish b- English c- French d- Russian
    11.Ali .......... as an engineer last year.
    a- beautified b- specified c- qualified d- purified
    12. When I reached the platform, the train .................... . (Incomplete sentence)
    a-leaves b-leave c- left d- had left
    I3.People use computers for many different .......... .
    a- processes b- surgical operations c- actions d- activities
    I4.Look! he ........... maths.
    a- studies b- is studying c- studied d- was studying
    I5.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. (do) (live)
    2. Prof. Magdi Yacoub learnt to adopt to different situations. (adapt)
    3. Look! they read silently. (are reading)
    4. Hardly as she studies, she gets low marks. (Hard)
    5. People do online shopping and radio banking. (internet)
    6. He doesn't write the article until he had welcomed his visitors. (didn’t )

    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
    1-A waiter in a restaurant
    2-He used to carry heavy trays every now and then. His back and feet used to hurt him at the end of the shift.
    3-Yes, he did. The tips he got enabled him to do many things he was unable to do before.
    4- b) experiences
    5- a) kind and friendly
    Voca¬bulary:
    tips بقشيش shift وردية
    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 about 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
    1-Dolphins are warm blooded like man and give birth to one baby at a time. Dolphins are sociable like man.
    2-They live in groups, called pods.
    3-The underlined word refers to "dolphins".
    4-a) 40 years
    5-a) in groups
    Vocabulary:
    Calf أحد صغار الدولفين Approximately تقريبا
    Pod سرب من الدلافين Womb رحم
    Interaction تواصل / تفاعل techniques أساليب

    The Spiders
    7- a. Answer the following questions:
    1. How does the GPR work?
    2. Why did the helicopter fly over that place?
    1- It transmits radio waves through the wall. When the waves hit something on the other side, they come back to it. The computer changes the radio waves into a picture.
    2-It was on its way to a transmitter in the desert which had a technical problem.
    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. The police drove the two land cruisers to ......... .
    2. A team of archaeologists ............. .
    1- the police station in Hamdayya.
    2- discovered an archaeological site under the ground in the Western Desert.
    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?
    1-The oldest man said this to the other robbers.
    2- Because the spiders were deadly and the robbers died from spider bites.

    D. Writing
    8- 1. Write a letter of about 100 words to your American pen friend, John, asking him to pay a visit to Gazza Strip to see the traces آثار of the Israeli aggression on it. Your name is Ahmed Ali.

    Dear John,
    How are you? I hope you are well. In fact, I'm writing you this letter to ask you to pay a visit to Gaza Strip to see the traces of the Israeli aggression on it. The Palestinians' life has become a hell because of the daily atrocities they are subjected to. The Israeli soldiers treat them in a savage way. They deprive them of their basic rights. Moreover, they destroy their houses. A lot of people have become homeless. Many families have lost their breadwinner. A lot of children have become orphans. Wives have become widows. The international community must do something to put an end to the massacres committed by the Israelis. If you go to Gaza Strip, you will see all these things which no human being approves of.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
    Yours,
    Ahmed Ali

    2. Write an e-mail to your friend Omar Salem saying why cleanliness is a must today. Your name is Hassan Gamal.
    Dear Omar Salem,
    How are you? I hope you are well. In fact, I'm writing you this e-mail to say why cleanliness is a must today. Every year we hear of new diseases and epidemics which spread like fire all over the world. I think the main cause of such epidemics is that most people don't follow the rules of hygiene and sanitation. You find people who throw rubbish in the streets instead of throwing it in the litter baskets which are found everywhere. This attracts flies and germs. Some people don't care about the cleanliness of public gardens, schools, hospitals and the governmental offices. These places are usually dirty from both inside and outside. This, of course, contributes greatly to the spread of diseases. In addition to that, street vendors who sell unwrapped sweets to people are to blame. We all know that leaving any kind of food uncovered attracts germs. This, of course, is a main cause of diseases. I think you agree with me when I say that all human beings should pay attention to personal cleanliness and public cleanliness so that we can put an end to the spread of infectious diseases.
    I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.
    Yours,
    Hassan

    Translation
    9- a. Translate into Arabic:
    A heart is a blood filled bag of muscles about the same size as a fist. The muscle contracts about ten times a minute to pump blood around the body. The heart muscle needs a good supply of oxygen which it gets from blood vessels.

    1- إن القلب هو كيس من العضلات ممتلئ بالدم في حجم قبضة اليد٬ و تنقبض العضلة حوالي 10 مرات فى الدقيقة لكي تضخ الدم حول الجسم. و تحتاج عضلة القلب إلى إمداد جيد من الأكسجين الذي تحصل عليه من الأوعية الدموية.
    b. Translate into English:
    1- توسع قصص الخيال العلمي المدارك كما أنها تجدد المعلومات و تثري المعرفة.
    2- يعتبر محمد أبو تريكة مثل طيب للشباب بسبب تواضعه و أخلاقه الحميدة.
    1-Science fiction stories broaden the mind, renew information and enrich knowledge.
    2-Mohamed Abo Traika is a good example for young men due to his modesty and good manners.
    Sample Test Two
    A- Language Functions
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1. You're asked about the nationality of Marco Polo.
    2. Tom asks you about your nationality.
    3 . You're asked about your marital status.
    4. Habib thanks you for helping him with his heavy bag.
    1- I think he is Italian.
    2- I am Egyptian.
    3- I am single.
    4- Not at all. / You're welcome.
    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.
    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.
    1-Place: Department store Speaker A: Customer Speaker B: Salesman
    Video shop - appliance shop
    2-Place: Birds shop Speaker A: Customer Speaker B: Salesman

    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 as not to c- so that 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 from 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
    I3.She wasn't presented the new mobile until she .......... the final exams.
    a- will pass b- passes c- passed d- had passed
    I4.The .......... is the American currency.
    a- pound b- dollar c- yan d- lira
    15.He'll welcome us as soon as we ........ .
    a- arrived b- 'll arrive c- arriving d- have arrived
    16. They click the left ........... button twice to highlight a programme.
    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. (do)
    2. Professor Magdi Yacoub provided to be sociable by nature. (proved)
    3. She always tells lies. She is reliable. (never)
    4. People have their food delivery by supermarkets. (delivered)
    5. Having had had his lunch, he went out for a walk. (had)
    6. No sooner had he known the good news, then he congratulated them. (than)

    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

    1- Centenarians are people who reach 100 or more years old.
    2- Think positively. Stop worrying.
    3- Tips for the soul: Be optimistic about life. Stay open open-minded and thank God for all the good things in life.
    Tips for the body: Develop a regular fitness routine. Drink a lot of water and eat natural food
    4- a) a way of thinking. 5-a) instructions 5- a) instructions
    Vocabulary:
    centenarian شخص عمره 100 سنة أو أكثر Hygiene النظافة الشخصية
    Phytochemicals مواد كيميائية ذات أصل نباتي Put into consideration يضع في الاعتبار
    Tips تعليمات / أفكار مفيدة Excess إفراط / زيادة عن الحد
    Pursue hobbies يمارس هوايات perspective طريقة التفكير

    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

    1- An argument happens when we draw conclusions from various premises.
    2- Difficulties of communication arise from differing cultures, age groups, races and differing world views.
    3- When we keep indicators for premises and conclusions in mind.
    4- b) non contradiction
    5- a) assumptions

    Vocabulary:
    Critically بطريقة نقدية Be swayed by يتأثر بــ
    Propaganda دعاية Emotionalism الميل إلي النظر للأشياء بطريقة عاطفية
    Conclusions نتائـج premise مقدمة منطقية
    Certain indicators مؤشرات معينة Demonstrate يوضح / يبين
    Foundation أساس Law قانون
    Statement بيان / إفادة / عبارة contradiction تناقض
    Distinctions اختلافات / فروق Fundamental أساسي / جوهري
    races أجناس

    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?
    1-They didn't want the archaeologists to see or hear them.
    2-They stand for “Ground Penetrating Radar”.
    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. The engineer, pilot and technician in the helicopter were on their way to …..
    2. The small man shouted 'Let's get out of here!" because ......... .
    1- a transmitter in the desert which had a technical problem.
    2- the spiders were biting him.
    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?
    1-The big man said this to the other robbers.
    2-The spiders were biting him.

    D. Writing
    8- 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.

    Dear Tom,
    How are you? I hope you are well. I'm writing you this letter to invite you to visit Egypt next summer. Egypt, as everyone knows, is one of the most civilized countries in the Middle East. When you come to it, you will surely have a good time because our country has all means of comfort and entertainment. We have wonderful beaches in Alexandria, El-Arish, Hurghada, Taba, Sharm El-Sheikh and Dahab. You will have a golden chance to go diving in Hurghada. It will be an experience you will never forget. I needn't remind you of the fact that Egypt is the land of romance, culture and history. It is an open museum where you can see the most wonderful monuments in the world wherever you go. I am sure you will visit the Pyramids, Sphinx, the Valley of Kings and the Karnak Temple. The best thing about Egypt is its people. You will find us hospitable, friendly, helpful and kind-hearted. I am really eager to see you in Egypt. I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.
    Yours,
    Hesham Hamdy



    Translation
    9- a. Translate into Arabic:
    Many plants and animals have adapted to survive in extreme conditions. Human beings have done so. People can live in hot deserts and cold places like the Arctic.

    تأقلمت كثير من النباتات والحيوانات علي الحياة في الظروف المناخية القاسية ، وهذا ما فعله البشر أيضاً ، فالناس يمكنهم أن يعيشوا في الصحاري و الأماكن الباردة مثل القطب الشمالي.


    b. Translate into English:
    1- إن الشخص المتفائل غالباً ما يلتزم بعمله علي عكس الشخص المتشائم.
    2- ليست الحرية أن تعمل ما تحب وإنما أن تعمل ما يجب.
    1- An optimistic person is often committed to his work unlike the pessimistic person.
    2- Freedom is not to do what you like, but to do what you have to do (what should be done).

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