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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 3:30 pm

    Review C
    Units7 – 9
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:




    1. You meet a tourist at the airport. You want to give him a hand.
    2. You meet an old friend after a very long time.
    3. A person you do not know arrives in your school and you want to help him.
    4. You ask an older person about his education.
    5. You want to ask one of your grandparents about his life when she was young.
    6. Ahmed suggests going to the shore but you don’t have spare time.
    7. You’re asked which sport you think is the best form of exercise.
    8. Nora asks you about the writer of ‘The Necklace’.

    1-Would you like some help? / Can I help you? / Let me help you.
    2-I miss you so much. Where have you been?
    3-Can I help you?
    4-Which subjects did you like best when you were at school? / What sort of education did you have? / What did you study? / Could you tell me about your education?
    5-What was your life like when you were young?
    6-I'm sorry I can't. I don't have spare time.
    7-I think swimming is the best form of exercise.
    8-I'm sorry I don't know. / Maupassant wrote the Necklace.



    2- Say where these mini- dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
    1. A: I want to buy a new blouse. May you give me advice about the latest fashion?
    B: With pleasure. Floral blouses are now the latest fashion.
    2. A: What can I get for you?
    B: I prefer fish and watermelon as a dessert.
    3. A: Our teacher asks us to read about pollution.
    B: Can you advise me about the book to read?
    B: There are five books on that shelf on your Speaker A right. I think the first one is the best.
    4. A: Can I help you, madam?
    B: Yes. My car suddenly broke down.
    A: Where is it now?
    B: About fifty meters from here.



    1-Place: Clothes shop Speaker A: Customer Speaker B: salesman
    2-Place: Restaurant Speaker A: Waiter Speaker B: guest
    3-Place: Library Speaker A: Student / Reader Speaker B: Librarian
    4-Place: Garage / Mechanic's Speaker A: Mechanic Speaker B: Car owner







    B- Vocabulary and Structure
    3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
    1. Ramadan, 1973, was the month…….our great army restored our dignity.
    a- when b- which c- that d- where
    2. Gad restaurant……………. are used by 80% of the population.
    a- springs b- chains c- series d- robes
    3. This is the brave man ……….saved the young lady from drowning.
    a- where b- which c- whose d- who
    4. Our cotton………….. has increased since we used modern technology.
    a- tax b- import c- yield d- income
    5. Alexandria is the second capital city,…... has many comfortable resorts.
    a- where b- which c- when d- whose
    6. Mr Wong is the……………. for a big Chinese company.
    a- preservationist b- preserver c- presenter d- representative
    7. Mr Wong is at Cairo Airport ……… Mr Latif the manager of Fruco, is meeting him.
    a- that c- where b- when d- whose
    8. “I'm………….. to meet you”, said Mr wong to Mr Latif.
    a- pleasant b- pleasing c- pleasurable d- pleased
    9. Egypt imports iron……………. Italy and Turkey.
    a- from b- to c- for d- with
    10.Mr Latif …………….Mr Karmi
    a- presented b- offered c- introduced d- produced
    11.The young girl……………. eyes are blue, is American
    a- whose b- who c- whom d- that
    12.I have an /a …………..with the Prime minister today.
    a- conference b- interview c- appointment d- draft
    13………….. is a large business organization.
    a- Corporation b- Cooperation c- Coeducation d- Coexistence
    14. Mr Hassan is the……… buyer for an English supermarket chains.
    a- chief justice b- chieftain c- chef d- chief
    15.We shouldn’t encourage trade……. china to protect our products.
    a- to b- for c- with d- in
    16. Miss Zizi ………..bookshop is next to our school, is kind hearted.
    a- that b- whom c-who d- whose
    17. Mr Karmi is our……………. manager.
    a- sales b- sails c- seals d- saling
    18.Mr Wong is the representative for a Chinese……. company.
    a- import b- imported c- imports d- importer
    19. Uncle Emad has………….. an appointment to meet Dr Omar at home.
    a- fixed b- limited c- made d- done
    20. Our plane arrived………….. Borg Alarab airport on time yesterday.
    a- with b- at c- in d- for
    21. “Mr Ali 'll be with you….. a minute”, said the receptionist.
    a-in b-at c-by d-for
    22. Professor, would you mind …….. us about Maupassant’s life?, the presenter said.
    a- to tell b- told c- tell d- telling
    23. He joined the …………..and fought France in a European war.
    a- university b- orphanage c- army d- institute
    24. Maupassant used to enjoy……………
    a- fished b- fishing c- to fish d- fishy
    25. Nagi moved to Cairo ……………he worked as a clerk.
    a- where b- which c- when d- who
    26. My favourite hobby is …………….. tennis every Friday.
    a- played b- play c- playing d- to play
    27 ...... work is an exercise in itself.
    a- Spiritual b- Mental c- Pair d- Manual
    28. Magdi spends all his free time……………….. English novels.
    a- read b- reads c- to read d- reading
    29. I…………….. the Olympic Games all day.
    a- have watched b- have been watching
    c- watched d- watch b- play to play
    30- Tamer looked so……when he received the bronze medal for judo.
    a- jealous b- ashamed c shameful d- proud
    31. Have you ever……………… Judo?
    a- done b- had c- taken d- made
    32. He hasn’t done Karate…………………. .
    a-nor have I b- so do I c- neither have I d- neither did I
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
    1. The Olympic Games takes up every four years. (place)
    2. We should make sports to keep healthy. (do)
    3. He deposits all his safes in Swiss bank accounts. (savings)
    4. It was such an amazed car that he decided to buy it. (amazing)
    S. Professionals do sports for fun. (money)
    6. While he was walking, he saw a double of cars coming fast. (couple)
    7. Omar has been working like a pilot for about ten years now. (as)
    8. We all despise our maths teacher for his mental quickness. (admire)
    9. They promised to go canoe tomorrow morning. (canoeing)
    10. The Romans left Greece during the second century BC. (conquered)
    11. Athletes were only interested on money, so in 349, the games were stopped. (in)
    12.Astronomers discovered the Ancient Olympic stadium. (Archaeologists)
    13. It was believed that the games would help people to be a less peaceful place. (more)
    14. Computer technology has changed the way in which companies attract and distribute their goods. (produce)
    15. A queen is someone who husband is the king of a country. (whose)
    16.Local economy means that companies do not need to stay in one country. (Global)
    17.Corporations, controlled together as a single organization, trade in other countries. (with)
    18.He often goes to Suez which he can visit his relative. (where)




    C- Reading
    5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    The village seems almost unchanged. A large area of green vegetation surrounds the villagerst homes. Through the trees, you can still see in the main street the same shops that were there when you and I went away. There is no change in the shapes of the fields. But you will notice some difference in the village school. It is being added to, though you can still make out the lines of the old buildings that we knew when we were pupils there. Most of older villagers have been happy enough to spend their whole lives here. Now, of course, they are used to the place so that they do not want to live away or travel far.
    But for many young people, life here is not varied enough to satisfy them. Their parents tell them that city life is very hard and too competitive to suit them, but the young men and women answer that conditions in the country are too limited to offer them opportunities for making a good living. Their parents naturally want to keep them. They say work on the land is peaceful .They are very friendly with their neighbours. They share their joys and sorrows. They help each other in misfortune. They are never lonely. Very often the young men and women do not listen to them. The city has too many attractions to offer, with its busy streets, fine shops, bright lights, cinemas and other entertainments. Many young villagers earn quite enough money in the city to have a comfortable life. But they don’t know how difficult it is to get to work, and what temptations await them. Some succeed, but many more fail.
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1. Why do many young villagers leave their villages?
    2. What do parents in the village try to do?
    3. What are the difficulties faced in a city?
    B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 - Change in the village is most felt in the …………………
    a- enlargement of the old school b- difference between generations.
    c- number of attractions now available. d- increase of green fields.
    5 -Young villagers find life in the country ……………… .
    a- boring b- ambitious c- difficult d- interesting
    Vocabulary
    Vegetation النباتات Shape شكل
    Satisfy يُـرضي / يُـشبع Competitive تنافسي
    Peaceful آمن / مسالم / هادئ Misfortune محنة / سوء الحظ
    Temptations إغراءات entertainment ترفيه
    1-They do so because life in their village is not varied enough to satisfy them. They also want to find better jobs.
    2-They try to keep their children in the village by telling them that life in the city is very hard and too competitive.
    3-It is difficult to get to work. There are many temptations. Life in the city is hard and too competitive. 4-b) difference between generations 5-d) interesting


    6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    With the march of time, people and their customs change. In China, before 1949, women were considered second class people. Girls had to bind their feet to stop them from growing because small feet were considered a sign of beauty. They suffered much and couldn’t stay on a job for a long time. After the 1949 revolution, Maozedong, who had done much to make China better, said, “Women hold up half the sky.” And from that time, women were treated as men’s equals. Many women have become business owners and managers. New mothers are now allowed to take two years out of work to look after their babies. All this looks good but there is another side of the picture. Farm wives do most of the donkey work in their fields and spend about 12 hours a day working. Most are illiterate; they know nothing about reading or writing. Moreover, if a working woman had a baby and stayed at home to look after it for two years, she was not allowed to go back to her previous job.
    In the late seventies, a law came out and was obeyed by all. It ordered each family to have one child only, and in case parents had a second child, they had to get rid of it or lose their jobs. Many families wished to have a son. People, then, believed that girls were a shame. Therefore, if they had a baby girl, they drowned her in the river or just threw her away. About half a million female babies were killed each year. Nowadays, there are 118 males for each 100 females. In spite of this, husbands treat their wives badly and beat them. Divorce has become quite frequent.
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1. Why do women consider Maozedong the greatest Chinese leader?
    2. Account for the fact that Chinese men today are more in number than women.
    3. How did China solve the problem of overpopulation?
    B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4. The Chinese government made the people obey the law by………….
    a- allowing all working women to stay at home for two years.
    b- making those who had a second child lose their jobs.
    c- allowing parents to drown the baby girl.
    d- doing all these things.
    5. Chinese couples preferred to have a son because……………….
    a- sons love their parents more.
    b- sons have a much better future since women are treated as men's equals.
    c- girls are still considered a shame.
    d- an the above reasons.

    Vocabulary
    With the march of time بمرور الزمن Customs عادات
    Revolution ثورة Treat يُـعامل
    Donkey work عمل شاق Illiterate أمي (جاهل بالقراءة والكتابة)
    Previous سابق shame عار
    1-Thanks to Maozedong, women were treated as men's equals. Many women have become business owners and managers.
    2-People believed that girls were a shame. Therefore, if they had a baby girl, they drowned her in the river or threw her away. About half a million female were killed each year.
    3-A law came out which ordered each family to have one child. If parents had a second child, they had to get rid of it or lose their jobs.
    4-b) making those who had a second child lose their jobs. 5-c)girls are still considered a shame.





    The Novel (The Spiders
    )

    7- 1- a. Answer the following questions:
    1. Why was Dr Jones interested in the spider Ayman had seen?
    2. Why was the female spider more dangerous than the male?
    1-Because it was an unknown species.
    2- A- Its bite was stronger and there was no medicine for it.
    B- It may produce 1,000 or 2000 young and it lives longer.
    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. The six yellow and black spiders on the database were not……………..
    2. Ayman said that the old pictures were the same as ……………………
    1-like the spider Ayman had seen.
    2-the spider he had seen.
    c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
    “Don’t worry, we will find it on the database.”
    1. What would they try to find on the database?
    2. Did they find what they searched for?
    1-The black and yellow spider in the old picture.
    2-No, they didn't.
    2- a. Answer the following questions:
    1. Why didn’t Ayman want to tell the police about the spider?
    2. What do you know about Susan Bennett?
    1-He thought that if he told the police, everyone would laugh at him.
    2-She was a zoologist at Oxford University. She tried to help Dr. Shereen to identify the spider in the old picture.
    Complete the following sentences:
    1. Spiders are useful because …………………………
    2. The ancient Egyptians were so clever………………….
    1-Because they eat insects like flies, mosquitoes and other pests.
    2-that they made a medicine for the bites of the black and yellow spiders from the roots of the Echinacea Negra plants.
    c. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
    “What a nuisance! I have had to cancel my next trip”.
    1. Who said these words? To whom?
    2. Why was the speaker annoyed?
    1-Professor Jones said this to Dr. Shereen and Susan Bennett.
    2-Because his trip to South America was cancelled. He was looking forward to that trip to discover new species of arachnids.





    D. Writing
    8- 1. Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
    “What you would like to be”?
    2. Write an e-mail to your friend Maged telling him about a film you have watched. Tell him why you liked it. Your name is Hani Said.








    Translation
    1- a. Translate into Arabic:
    Education is becoming more and more important. People have to continue learning new skills throughout their lives. One person may do several different jobs.
    لقد أصبح التعليم أكثر و أكثر أهمية فالناس لابد أن يستمروا في تعلم مهارات جديدة طوال حياتهم ويمكن للشخص الواحد أن يقوم بعدة وظائف مختلفة.
    b. Translate into English:
    1- تعلم مهارات التفكير الناقد تساعدنا علي مواجهة تحديات العصر.
    2- أثبتت مصر للعالم كله قدرتها علي تنظيم مسابقات عالمية بكفاءة.
    1-Learning critical thinking skills helps us to face the challenges of modern age.
    2-Egypt has proved to the whole world that it is able to organize international contests (competitions) efficiently.
    2- a. Translate into Arabic:
    World trade increased at a tremendous pace in the 20th century. Most economists believe that the volume of world trade will increase even more in the new millennium. That’s why Egypt calls for world cooperation.
    لقد إزدادت التجارة العالمية بسرعة هائلة في القرن العشرين ويعتقد معظم الاقتصاديون أن حجم التجارة العالمية سيزداد أكثر من ذلك في الألفية الجديدة ولهذا السبب تدعو مصر إلي التعاون بين دول العالم.
    b. Translate into English:
    1- نظمت مصر كأس العالم للشباب تحت العشرين بنجاح.
    2-تعتبر زيارة أوباما لمصر بمثابة عهد جديد مع الدول العربية.
    1-Egypt organized the under 20 World Youth Cup successfully.
    2-Obama's visit to Egypt is thought of as (is considered as) a new era for (with) Arab countries.








    Sample Test One
    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.
    1-You shouldn't eat food with too much fat in it.
    2-You should look after your teeth. / You should brush your teeth regularly.
    3-Yes, I am. It's very exciting.
    4-You really should listen to this CD. It's great. / I recommend ……… to you.


    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 33333.
    B. Ok. We will find the taxi-driver.
    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.
    1-Place: Police station Speaker A: Car owner Speaker B: Policeman
    2-Place: University Speaker A: Student Speaker B: Professor

    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- bear 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. (festival)
    2. All students should benefit of the educational programmes on TV. (from)
    3. He ran fast, but fortunately he lost the race. (unfortunately)
    4. Would you mind helps me with this heavy bag? (helping)
    5. They make Karate to be able to defend themselves. (do)
    6. Mr. Kamal visits our school every day part from Saturdays. (apart) (except for)



    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.
    1-When tourists have been well treated, satisfied and pleased with their visits in Egypt, they will speak well of Egypt with the good result that more and more tourists will come to our country.
    2-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.
    3-Tourism is one of the main sources of income and hard currency that is badly needed to carry out investment projects.
    4-c) it has attracted people's admiration and high appreciation everywhere.
    5-b) distribute brochures that tell about the old Egyptian legacy.
    Vocabulary
    Yielded أنتجت Remains بقايا / آثار
    Capture admiration تحوز إعجاب appreciation تقدير / إعجاب
    investment الاستثمار Embassies سفارات
    booklet كتيب Brochure نشرة
    Legacy تراث Antiquities آثار قديمة
    manner طريقة Nuisance إزعاج

    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
    1-Teleworking reduces the companies' running costs. It is cheaper to train employees in computer skills and give them a personal computer to use at home.
    2-Video phones enable teleworkers to see their work colleagues.
    3-No, because I don't like working alone. It's boring.
    4-c) for a company at home. 5-b) phone or fax.
    Vocabulary
    Transfer ينقل Colleagues زملاء العمل
    Running إدارة Costs تكاليف

    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.
    1-The news was that his trip to South America was cancelled.
    2-Some species lay more than 2000 eggs at one time. These eggs develop very quickly and become young spiders.
    b. Complete the following sentences:
    1. It took years to develop a new antivenom because ………..
    2. Professor Jones came to Egypt to…………………
    1- it is a slow and difficult process with lots of problems.
    2-identify the spider Ayman had seen.
    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?
    1-Professor Jones was the speaker.
    2-It was an unknown species and it wasn't on the database.

    8. Write a paragraph of about 100 words on:
    “Professor Magdi Yacoub, a world famous heart surgeon”
    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.
    إن الصحة كنز رائع تكتمل به سعادتنا ومن الجدير بالذكر أننا لا نستطيع في الحقيقة أن نستمتع بحياتنا إذا لم نكن أصحاء مهما كنا أثرياء. فأجسامنا السليمة تمكننا من القيام بكل شيء يجلب لنا السعادة ولكي تكون بصحة جيدة لا بد أن تتناول الفاكهة و الخضروات الطازجة إلي جانب أداء التمارين الرياضية
    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.
    1-Young men have to work and use modern technology so that they can achieve their ambitions.
    2-The government is exerting great efforts to get rid of illiteracy and make progress.









    Sample Test two
    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.
    1-How do you do? / I am pleased to meet you.
    2-When did you begin your first job?
    3-When did you start your job?
    4-That's a good idea. / I 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.
    2. A: I’d like to have a cup of coffee.
    B: How do you like it?
    A: With little sugar, please.
    1-Place: Hospital Speaker A: Doctor (nurse) Speaker B: Visitor
    2-Place: Café Speaker A: Guest Speaker B: Waiter
    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. (at)
    2. The western desert should be deserted to provide different crops. (reclaimed)
    3. If I had a lot of money, I will go to Italy. (would)
    4. Water is used for fertilizing the fields. (watering) (irrigating)
    5. Is she to buy a car, she would give me a lift. (were)
    6. The reason of the accident is unknown. (cause) (for)

    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.
    1-Methods of cultivation are not sufficiently advanced in some areas and food is not fairly distributed to all those who need it.
    2-It is going to be different in the future as there won't be much taste in it.
    3-Scientists can solve the problem of our preference for meat.
    4-d) hopeless 5-b) vegetable ingredients
    Vocabulary
    Pessimistic متشائم Nevertheless ومع ذلك / بالرغم من ذلك
    despondency يأس Keep pace with يساير / يجاري
    Sufficiently بشكل كاف preference تفضيل
    Cultivation الزراعة Industrialized countries الدول الصناعية
    resolve يحل substance مادة

    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 more 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
    1-Children usually think of pirates as storybook characters.
    2-It has become a serious problem because pirates attack and rob ships and kill people. Pirates are dangerous and wicked men.
    3-In the past, pirates used swords and sailing ships. Now pirates use fast motorboats, machine guns and other weapons. Pirates in the past were caught and punished, but most modern pirates are never caught.
    4-c) defend themselves. 5-c) story pirate
    Vocabulary
    Pirates القراصنة flag علم / راية
    Skull جمجمة Crossbones عظام متقاطعة
    Wicked شـرير Romantic رومانسي
    Murderer قاتـل Swords سيوف
    Piracy القرصنة weapons أسلحة

    The Novel (The Spiders)
    7- a. Answer the following questions:
    1. Who is Malcolm Jones?
    2. Why did Malcolm Jones go to Hamdayya?
    1- He is the head of Zoology Department at Oxford University.
    - He is a famous arachnologist.
    - He wrote a lot of books on spiders and other arachnids.
    2-To find and identify the spider Ayman had seen.
    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……….. .
    1-protective clothes from the fire department.
    2-it was very big and big spiders are usually females.
    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?
    1-Dr. Shereen to Professor Jones. 2-She admitted that she didn't like spiders.

    B- Writing
    8. Write a letter of about 100 words to your friend Maha thanking her for the necklace she gave you on the occasion of your success. Your name is Sahar.
    Translation
    1- a. Translate into Arabic:
    What most teachers fail to teach inside their classrooms can be taught in the playgrounds. Students can learn from competition and team work. That is why the government gives due care to sports.
    ما يفشل في تدريسه معظم المعلمون داخل فصولهم يمكن تدريسه في الملاعب حيث يمكن إن يتعلم الطلبة من المنافسة و العمل الجماعي ولهذا السبب توجه الحكومة العناية اللازمة للرياضة.
    b. Translate into English:
    1- مصر فخورة بعلمائها الذين حققوا إنجازات علمية في كل المجالات.
    2- يجب أن تتعاون الدول المحبة للسلام لحماية الانجازات البشرية من الدمار.
    1-Egypt is proud of her scientists who have made scientific achievements in all fields.
    2-Peace-loving nations must cooperate to protect human achievements from destruction.










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