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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 3:41 pm

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    the independents المستقلين have / has the right to له الحق أن
    representation for women بتمثيل المرأة vote يدلى بصوته
    elections was marked تميزت الأنتخابات peaceful nuclear program برنامج نووي سلمي
    v to be + deprived of تكون محرومة من support يؤيد \ يدعم
    a vice-president نائب الرئيس the appointment of تعيين
    forging the elections تزوير الانتخابات contestations طعون
    fair (honest) elections انتخابات نزيهة await يتربص بـ
    witnessed (experienced)fraud شهدت تزوير invalid elections انتخابات باطلة
    the National Party الحزب الوطنى opponents المعارضون
    An Egyptian Spy
    managed to arrest تمكنت القاء القبض على Egyptian security forces اجهزة الامن المصرية
    Egyptian spy الجاسوس المصرى a network of spy شبكة تجسس
    leaked some secrets to Israel. سرب بعض الأسرار Egyptian intelligence المخابرات المصرية
    formal request طلب رسمى betray his home يخون الوطن
    sentenced to death الحكم بالأعدام to be an example ليكون عبرة
    Tunisia and The Sudan
    declared a state of emergency أعلنت حالة الطوارئ Southern Sudanese جنوب السودان
    security forces قوات الامن breaking away الانفصال
    fire at يطلق النار على staying united البقاء متحدين
    rioting-hit country التي ضربتها اعمال الشغب a historic referendum on استفتاء تاريخي حول
    violent clashes اشتباكات عنيفة independence الاستقلال
    rising food prices ارتفاع أسعار المواد الغذائية vote يدلى بصوتة
    refuses to comply يرفض الامتثال announced أعلن
    The Arab League جامعة الدول العربية the hardships and challenges المصاعب والتحديات
    political forces القوى السياسية peace will inevitably prevail سوف يعم السلام حتما
    swept from power أطاحت comprehensive Arab development تنمية عربية شاملة
    widespread protests احتجاجات واسعة النطاق Foreign Minister وزير الخارجية
    the interim president الرئيس المؤقت economic summit conference مؤتمر القمة الاقتصادى
    the prime minister رئيس الوزراء high-level Arab gathering تجمع عربي رفيع المستوى
    under the constitution بموجب الدستور an unprecedented level مستوى غير مسبوق
    rationalize يُرشـد combine = bring together = unite يوحد - يتحد
    economic recovery انتعاش اقتصادي v to be united يتحد
    the toppled Tunisian president الرئيس المخلوع opposition parties أحزاب المعارضة
    Suicide Bombing
    commit the act of suicide ارتكاب جريمة الأنتحار self-sacrifice التضحية بالنفس
    set fire to himself يشعل النار في نفسه a popular uprising الانتفاضة الشعبية
    a series of سلسلة من Islam bans suicide الإسلام يحرم الانتحار
    prompted protests اثار احتجاجات torched himself حرق نفسه
    Protest against يحتج ضد attempted burnings محاولة إشعال النار
    financial crisis أزمة مالية inflation التضخم
    labour force القوة العامله demands مطالب
    surrender = give in يستسلم personal purposes أغراض شخصية
    maximum حد أقصي prejudice الظلم
    minimum حد أدني unfair غير عادل
    suicide bombing التفجير الإنتحاري promotion of exports تنمية الصادرات
    The Nile Crisis
    Nile Basin countries دول حوض النيل emergency meeting اجتماع طارئ
    Egypt's share نصيب مصر improve our relationship with أن تحسن علاقاتها مع
    upstream countries دول المنبع constructive political dialogue حوار السياسي البناء
    downstream countries دول المصب seal with this seriously نتعامل مع هذا بجدية
    Egypt's quota of Nile water حصة مصر لمياة النيل a matter of life or death مسألة حياة أو موت
    lifeblood = artery of life شريان الحياة the main source of المصدر الرئيسى
    Different events
    mastery of foreign languages اجادة اللغات الأجنبية a resolution / decree قرار ( حكومى)
    a critical situation موقف حرج facilitate تسهل
    foil these attempts احباط تلك المحاولات legitimate channels القنوات المشروعة
    concessions تنازل democratic thought تفكير ديمقراطى
    avoid the ghost of wars تجنب شبح الحروب freedom of opinion حريه الرأى
    regional ups and downs تغيرات اقليمة the movement of حركة
    firm laws قوانين حازمة land and sea transport البرى والبحرى
    strict – lessen = limit تحد - تقلل developing countries الدول النامية
    credit freeze تجميد رصيد decisive steps خطوات حاسمة
    private Associations الجمعيات الأهلية firm action إجراءات حازمة
    NGOs الجمعيات الغير حكومية the nightmare of terrorism كابوس الإرهاب
    pressing problems المشكلات الملحة national unity الوحدة الوطنية
    emergency crisis والازمات الطارئة undermine security and stability زعزعة الإستقرار
    shyness and shame العار والخجل threaten / assisinate يهدد \ يغتال
    the outcome of the situation نتيجة \محصلة الموقف It is your right to express من حقك أن تعبر
    wage a war against يشن حرب ضد seize the golden opportunity ينتهز الفرصة الذهبية
    mobilize armed forces تحشد قوات مسلحة wage the flame of sedition يشعل فتيل الفتننة
    in anticipation of تحسبا لـ the sincerity and loyalty الأخلاص والولاء
    any possible circumstances أى ظروف محتملة dignity / glory كرامة \ مجد
    confront any attack نتصدى لأى هجوم unpaved roads والطرق غير الممهدة
    resist any attack on نقاوم اى اعتداء على third world countries دول العالم الثالث
    spread corruption ينشر الفساد issue lawas تصدر قانون
    limited / low-income محدودى الدخل rioters = agitator المشاغبين
    lock up يحتجز dilemma = disaster = crisis مأزق - ورطة - مصيبة
    the high cost of living ارتفاع تكلفة المعيشة outlaw خارج على القانون
    referendum استفتاء شعبى regime change تغيير نظام الحكم
    seek to impose sanctions تسعى افرض عقوبات we are ompelled to نحن مجبرين أن
    Don't let …pile up لاتدع ...تتراكم reject foreign inerferance نرفض تدخل أجنبى
    security cementation تعزيز أمنى hostility = enemity =agresstion عداء
    combat = fight يكافح v to be + involved in متورط فى
    side with = stand by ينحاز لـ - يقف بجانب find a solution to يجد حل لـ
    launch a campaign against يشن حملة ضد meet the needs of the people يلبى احتياجات الشعب
    destruction = havocking تخريب self-control ضبط النفس
    prime minister رئيس الوزراء priorities of the new government أولويات الحكومة
    fury = rage = anger هياج - غضب contribute to making decision يساهم فى صنع القرار
    governorate محافظه military governor الحاكم العسكرى
    accusations اتهامات tanks دبابات
    bullets الرصاص bombs قنابل
    irritate people against يثير- يهيج الناس ضد try the corrupt يحاكم الفاسدين
    demand freedom يطالب بالحرية independence الأستقلال
    promising youth الشباب الواعد carry the flag of freedom يحمل راية الحرية
    sound democratic الديموقراطية السليمه the return of rights to عودة الحقوق الى
    providing job opportunities توفير فرص عمل unemployed youth الشباب العاطل
    resistance = withstand الصمود run the affairs of the country يدير شؤون البلاد
    long live يعيش martyrs الشهداء
    bright future مستقبل باهر stability =settlement استقرار
    swine (pig) flu = H1N1 انفلوانزا الخنازير African nations' cup كأس الأمم الأفريقية
    disaster = catastrophe كارثة pioneer رائد
    take measures تتخذ اجراءات marvels - wonders معجزات - عجائب
    put an end to نضع نهاية لـ driving licence رخصه قيادة
    stand as a one man نقف كرجل واحد chase = run after يطارد
    symptoms أعراض (مرض) great fun متعه كبيرة
    epidemic وباء in favour of مؤيد لـ
    infection العدوى food shortage نقص الغذاء
    illiteracy الأمية requirements متطلبات
    compete تتنافس ministry وزارة
    loyalty and belonging الولاء والأنتماء take wide steps يتخذ خطوات واسعة
    mass media وسائل الأعلام benefits فوائد
    unemployment البطالة glorious history تاريخ مجيد
    influence تؤثر – تأثير ( معنوى) reopening إعادة افتتاح
    convince = persuade يقنع support يساند - تأييد – مساندة
    ُEgyptian economy الأقتصاد المصرى private sector القطاع الخاص
    possible facilities التسهيلات الممكنة thanks to بفضل
    tolerant متسامح qualifications مؤهلات
    embassy سفارة advanced technology تكنولوجيا متقدمة
    reduce = cut down يخفض – يقلل renaissance النهضة
    launch a campaign يطلق- يشن حملة training centers مراكز تدريب
    exist / existing يوجد \ الموجودة vocational training التدريب المهني
    manufacture تصنيع - يصنع with great speed بسرعة فائقة
    glorious history تاريخ مجيد modern technology التكنولوجيه الحديثه
    social and health care رعاية صحية واجتماعية potentials إمكانيات
    reflect تعكس revolution ثورة
    recycle إعادة استخدام الشيء information systems نظم المعلومات
    celebration احتفال communication الاتصالات
    proficiency كفاءة comprehensive peace سلام شامل
    citizenship المواطنة establishments مؤسسات
    organize = host ينظم- تستضيف strong performance عرض – أداء قوى
    base أساس - قاعدة public services الخدمات العامة
    greatness عظمة honour/ pride يكرم – يشرف \ فخر
    deepness of civilization عمق الحضارة athletics events أحداث رياضية
    a sports festival مهرجان رياض intense competition منافسة قوية
    gain a good reputation يكسب سمعة جيدة celebrate ( with) يحتفل
    prove يثبت - يبرهن pleased people أسعدو الناس
    the state - nation - home الدولة - أمة - وطن people's need احتياجات الشعب
    flourish / refresh تزدهر \ ينتعش be + in a bad need of في حاجة ماسة إلى
    Prosperty / welfare الرخاء \ الرفاهية purify air from ينقى الهواء
    civilization حضارة necessity = a must ضرورة
    humanity الإنسانية – البشرية foreign trade التجارة الخارجية
    a peace – loving country دولة محبة للسلام differ from يختلف عن
    the current of reform تيار الإصلاح gap فجوة
    medical field المجال الطبي globalization العولمة
    seek to = aspire ( try) to تسعى – تصبو من أجل dialogue الحوار
    create يخلق- يبدع- يسبب reclamation استصلاح
    reclaim the desert يستصلح الصحراء sincere efforts جهود مخلصة
    Proof = evidence دليل- برهان corner stone ركن الزاوية
    evaluate يقيم- يقدر optimism التفاؤل
    assassination اغتيال – إعدام- قتل pessimism التشاؤم
    realize تدرك- يحقق huge responsibility مسؤولية ضخمة
    the narrow Nile Valley وادي النيل الضيق principles مبادئ
    world armament race سباق التسلح العالمي individuals الأفراد
    factors عوامل elect – election ينتخب- انتخاب
    among بين ( أكثر نن اثنين ) deal with =treat يتعامل مع
    spread ينشر- ينتشر inflation of population التضخم السكاني
    national awareness الوعي القومي illiteracy الأمية
    ambassador السفير private sector القطاع الخاص
    prevail يعم – يسود improve يحسن
    housing problem مشكلة الإسكان free of charge مجانا
    the only solution الحل الوحيد participate in= share in يشارك في
    bring the prices down تخفيض الأسعار contribute to + (v+ ing) يساهم في
    unemployment البطالة to a great extent على حد كبير
    infrastructure البنية الأساسية ( التحتية) on equal footing على قدم المساواة
    task مهمة medical assistance مساعدة طبية
    double يضاعف do without /live without يستغنى عن
    carry out تنفذ support يساند – بؤيد- يدعم
    call for يدعو من – ينادى من أجل disputes نزاعات- خلافات
    spare no effort لا يدخر وسعا revival إحياء
    promote يرقى - يدعم a graduate of خريج
    pay (give ) attention to يعطى اهتمام لـ career حيا مهنية
    enable …to مصدر يمكن revenue = income دخل /عائد
    enrich يثرى / يخصب means of entertainment وسيلة ترفية
    aspects = fields مجالات- نواحي stick to يلتزم بـ - يتمسك بـ
    perform = render يؤدى fruitful مثمر
    offer يقدم Profitable مربح
    service خدمة defy = challenge يتحدى
    mass media وسائل الإعلام unsuitable for غير ملائم بـ
    convey = transport ينقل spirit refreshing تهذيب الروح
    experience خبرة – تجربه فى الحياة a bright future مستقبل مشرق
    v to be + aware of على علم بـ a means - means of وسيلة - وسائل
    public health = sanitation الصحة العامة prevail يسود- يعم
    illegal migration هجره غير شرعيه heavenly religions الأديان السماوية
    generation جيل the space channels القنوات الفضائية
    propaganda دعاية on a wide scale على نطاق واسع
    deepen - souls يعمق – نفوس cure \ treat يعالج مرض- علاج \ يعالج مشكلة
    raise the Egyptian flag يرفع العلم المصرى renew يجدد
    resist = withstand يقاوم out of date قديم
    moral values القيم الأخلاقية up to date حديث
    protect from /against يحمى من \ ضد strong relations علاقات قوية
    deviation الانحراف benefit from يستفيد من
    advantage# disadvantage ميزة # عيب respond to يستجيب لـ
    self-sacrifice التضحية بالذات strengthen يقوى
    public opinion الرأي العام v be + exposed to danger يتعرض للخطر
    make us aware of يجعلنا على وعى refer to يشير الى
    current events الأحداث الجارية relieve the burden يخفف العبء
    the only solution الحل الوحيد giant projects مشروعات عملاقة
    the standard of living مستوى المعيشة world environment day يوم البيئة العالمي
    scientific methods الطرق العلمية christians مسحيين
    a threat \ threaten تهديد \ يهدد result from ينتج عن
    a means not an end وسيلة لا غاية sacrifice يضحى – أضحية
    impose restrictions يفرض قيود western culture الثقافة الغربية
    attitude سلوك- اتجاة - موقف professionals محترفين
    fight for \ against يحارب لصالح \ ضد mineral wealth ثروة معدنية
    remain يظل – يبقى prospect for ينقب على
    monopoly احتكار (سلعة) react يتفاعل
    investment استثمار radiation إشعاع
    consume يستهلك nuclear power الطاقة النووية
    consumer مستهلك discipline النظام
    rationalization of consumption ترشيد الاستهلاك corruption الفساد
    creativity ألابتكار- الإبداع campaigns حملات
    inaugurate يفتتح astronauts رواد الفضاء
    inauguration افتتاح heritage التراث
    celebrate يحتفل circumstances الظروف
    solidarity التضامن blood donors متبرعين بالدم
    constitute / form يشكل obstacles = hinders عوائق
    constitution الدستور suffer from يعانى من
    hinder يعوق fly-over bridges كباري علوية
    drought الجفاف – قحط the underground metro مترو الإنفاق
    offer necessary facilities تقدم التسهيلات summit conference مؤتمر القمة
    natural resources مصادر طبيعية prime minister رئيس الوزراء
    as a result of نتيجة لـ minister وزير
    electric sets أجهزة كهر بائية from cradle to grave من المهد إلى اللحد
    provide… for يوفر بـ industrial صناعي
    economic crises أزمة اقتصادية agricultural زراعي
    economic integration تكامل اقتصادي reclaiming استصلاح
    saving الادخار construction تعمير- تشييد
    negotiations مفاوضات narcotics = drugs مواد مخدرة
    deal in = trade in يتاجر في craftsman حرفي
    do without يستغنى عن economic reform الإصلاح الاقتصادي
    encourage
    defend for يشجع
    يدافع من أجل take drugs
    technology يتعاطى مخدرات - منشطاط
    التكنولوجيا
    doubtless بلا شك any progress\ nation أي تقدم \ أمة
    education التعليم the basis of أساس
    the core of جوهر- لب- أساس be+armed with \ laden with يتسلح \ يتحلى بـ
    Policy السياسة aim at (v+ing)( to مصدر) يهدف إلى
    economic الاقتصادية educational system النظام التعليمي
    owe ( to) ندين- مدين لـ prove يثبت - يبرهن
    development التنمية scholars and thinkers العلماء والمفكرين
    we can't deny that لا يمكن أن ننكر أن modification تعديل
    tell the truth يقول الحقيقة concerning بشأن- بخصوص
    exert great efforts تبذل جهود عظيمة presidency الرئاسة
    make up for يعوض different activities أنشطة مختلفة
    a good citizen مواطن صالح vary - various يتنوع- عديد

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    General Exercises

    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 3:55 pm

    General Exercises
    Review : 1 Units : 1- 6 Spiders 1-2
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- A friend asks you why you enjoy reading newspapers.
    2- A friend asks you a question you would prefer not to answer.
    3- You want to know a friend's opinion of a book you have both read.
    4- You want to know which subject your uncle enjoyed most when he was a student.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: I'd like to have this prescription filled, please.
    B: O.K. Just a minute, sir.
    2- A: Can I have my passport renewed, please?
    B: O.K. Fill in this form and bring two recent photos.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- It’s not nice to (talk to – make fun of – like – laugh) people just because they do not speak English well.
    2- In British schools, teachers often call students by their (surname - middle name - number - title) and not by their first name.
    3. I don’t want to stay in Egypt all my life. I would like to get a job (away – at home – abroad – inside) for a few years.
    4. Annie Jones was always happy when her two (sons – friends – grandchildren – neighbours) came to visit her with their father, Annie’s son Arthur, and his wife.
    5. Ghada has a lot of (research – talking – singing – information) to do for her school project on World War Two.
    6. Why don’t you (fight – call – write – apply) for that job which was advertised in the newspaper yesterday?
    7. The manager wants me to be part of the (party – delegation – conference – speech) which our company is sending to the next sales meeting in Paris.
    8. I cannot use my computer because my (table – leg – mouse – pen) is broken.
    9- Mustafa designs houses and other buildings. He (is working – works – has worked – working) as an architect.
    10- Amal is at the office. She (is working – works – had worked – working) on some important accounts.
    11- Bashir (go – been – has been – went) to Spain for a cycling competition last summer.
    12- Eman needs to (do – get – make – start) a decision about what she wants to study at university.
    13- You need to study for many years (although – while – before – if) you want to become an architect.
    14- Have you ever (told – tell – telling – tolled) a lie?
    15- A heart surgeon (makes – does – works – tries) many difficult operations every year.
    16- I (shopped – shopping – had shopped – was shopping) with my friend when I realized that I had lost my wallet.
    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- Since he has been a small boy, he has wanted to be a surgeon.
    2- While I do my homework, my brother was watching TV.
    3- I'd rather travelling by car.
    4- We need good leaders who have intelligent.
    5- To be good at playing chess, you need to show a lot of patient.
    6- This car factory does parts of cars and buses.
    The Spiders
    7- A) Answer the following questions:
    1- 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 to make meaningful sentences:
    1- The men found treasures in the rooms using a machine called -----------------------
    2- The pilot thought that the four men -------------------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "We'd better get on the radio," said the engineer.
    1- Why did the helicopter crew need to get on the radio?
    2- How did the engineer's words save the pilot's life?
    8- Writing: You are going to England for a summer course in English. Write a letter to your English friend, Peter, telling him about your coming. Ask your friend to arrange accommodation for you and prepare a programme for you to see the sights of London during your stay. Your name is Ahmed and you live at 8 Safiya Zaghloul Street, Alex.
    9- A)Translate into Arabic:
    Egyptians are proud of Dr. Magdi Yacoub. Thanks to his high qualifications, he has become the pioneer of heart transplant operations. Though he is in his 70s, he's still making great efforts for the sake of children with heart problems.
    1- تقوم الدولة بإنشاء العديد من المستشفيات لتوفير الرعاية الطبية لكافة المواطنين.
    2- إن تنظيم الوقت والعمل الشاق هما أساس النجاح في أي عمل نقوم به.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You want to know a friend's opinion of a match you both went to.
    2- Someone asks for your advice. They want to know what you would do to keep fit.
    3- A friend asks you what you know about Omar Samra.
    4- Someone asks your opinion about what makes a successful businessman
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: I'd like to have my car filled, please.
    B: I'm sorry, sir. The pump is out of order.
    2- A: Can I book a room for two nights, please?
    B: Sure. I have a nice room overlooking the sea.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- Use your (control – mouse – rat – hand) to move around the computer screen and when you find what you want, click it.
    2- Teenagers spend so much time on the internet nowadays that they have no time for outdoor (activities – surfing – work – running)
    3- Sameh was excited to be in the semi-finals of the inter-school tennis (match – tournament – game – test).
    4- I haven’t been able to play (football – squash – hockey – theatre) recently because my partner has been sick.
    5- The rain was falling down hard, but the old man was able to find some (umbrellas – roof – shelter – dry) under a nearby tree.
    6- The police are warning the public that the man who escaped from prison is very (violent – friendly – criminal – hungry) and that they should stay away from him.
    7- The Western Desert in Egypt is very low, in fact it is below (ground – water – sea level – cities).
    8- Amin was only (very – some – little – slightly) late -- he should have arrived at 5 pm but he was delayed by ten minutes.
    9- I (was paying – have paid – paid – am paying) some money into my bank account yesterday.
    10- I now (believe – am believing – have believed – believing) that online banking is the future!
    11- I’ve decided what to do this holiday. (I'll visiting – I'm going to visit – I visiting – I'll visit) my grandmother.
    12- Sara is a good student. I think (she's passing – she going to pass – she'll pass – she passes) all her exams.
    13- People in (an Europe – Europe – the Europe – a Europe) speak many languages.
    14- The longest river in Egypt is (a River Nile – some River Nile – the River Nile – River Nile) .
    15- The (fright – least frightening – more frightening – most frightening) experience in my life was when I saw a big bear in the wild.
    16- You should buy the green trousers. They are the (expensive – less expensive – as expensive – least expensive) in the shop.
    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- Ali is more rich than Ahmed.
    2- He was sad while he lost his money.
    3- Despite I have a lot of work at the office, I'm going to take a holiday tomorrow.
    4- The children in 'Lord of the Flies' were kind to each other.
    5- My grandfather was a sailor in the army.
    6- Egypt, Greece and Italy are all on a Mediterranean Sea.
    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 house?
    B) Complete the following to make meaningful sentences:
    1- To search for information about the spider, Ayman --------------------------
    2- The spider needed a safe place for its family because the spider -------------------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "The story of the spider may be just a story, Good luck with identifying your spider"
    1- What was 'the story of the spider'?
    2- Do you think Ayman is pleased or disappointed when he learns that the story may not be true? Give a reason.
    8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
    The importance of computers and the internet
    9- A)Translate into Arabic:
    Satellite technology offers the opportunity, as never before, for continuous television coverage of major international events. Satellite communication is widely used nowadays. Some countries use spy satellites to collect information about other countries.
    1- لقد وضعت الحكومة خطة طموحـة لتحسين الاقتصاد المصري ورفع مستوي المعيشة.
    2- لقد أحدثت التكنولوجيا الحديثة تغيرا هائلا في حياة الإنسان في العصر الحديث.
    Test 3
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You ask a shop assistant about the price of a digital camera.
    2- A friend asks you why you would like to be an engineer.
    3- Someone asks you what you think makes a good doctor.
    4- Someone asks you the way to the post office.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: How much is this fridge?
    B: It's 2,000 pounds
    A: O.K. I'll buy it.
    2- A: The statue over there belongs to Nefertiti.
    B: How old is it?
    A: It's about 3,500 years old.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- He is a/an (imaginary – imaginative – magical – image) child. He always comes up with new ideas.
    2- A (committee – commodity - combination – communication) of factors may be responsible for the increase in cancer.
    3- He remains deeply (parasitic – phonetic – plastic – pessimistic) about the peace process.
    4- The strike represented a serious (challenge – chamber – champion – channel) to the government.
    5- He listened carefully while the professor (gives – was giving – has given – had given) the lecture.
    6- (As – Because – However – But) bravely they fought, they lost the battle.
    7- I (am going to – may – might – could) set up a new business. I have arranged everything.
    8- The black car is (little – few – more – a little) more expensive than the white one.
    9- I saw Peter (although – while – despite – as well as) he was waiting for the bus.
    10- She was determined to (anchor – combine - conquer – contest) her fear of flying.
    12- When you (make – do – get – see) a decision, you should take everything into consideration.
    11- While I (am being – was being – have been – was) out shopping, it started to snow heavily.
    12- She's never (be – is – was – been) to Holland before.
    13- I'm married, but my cousin is still (couple – single – pair – sane).
    14- Tomorrow I'm going (apply – applying - to apply – applies) for a new job.
    15- People who (beat - break – hit – agree) the law should be punished.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- She is not so richer as her friend.
    2- I think they have finished the job next Saturday.
    3- These two boys look similar, but one of them is lightly taller.
    4- After a lot of thinking, he finally came to a recession on the matter.
    5- If I am you, I'd work harder.
    6- From my opinion, modern technology is a great thing.
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1-The robbers' attempt to steal the treasures was foiled by the spiders. Explain.
    2- Najat was lucky to avoid being bitten by the spider. Discuss.
    Complete the following sentences:
    1- The problem Ayman is going to face after leaving university is that --------------------------------
    2- Many ancient towns and villages died 2000 years ago when -------------------------------------
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "We must find what we want and get out before morning."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- What must they find and why did they want to leave before morning?
    8- Letter writing: You got a new job at a computer company. Write a letter to your friend Tamer telling him about your new job. Your name is Ahmed and you live at 5 Nile Street, Assiut.
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Unemployment is a serious problem and its main cause is overpopulation. To solve this problem, we should encourage young people to go to the desert and reclaim it. New cities can also be built to provide more job opportunities.
    يجب أن نبذل المزيد من الجهود لتحسين اقتصادنا القومي.
    Review: 1 Units: 7-12 Spiders 3-5
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- A friend wants to know what your dream job would be and why.
    2- You are standing in a queue and someone steps in front of you without permission. Comment politely.
    3- You are looking for a book you have lost. Ask a friend about it.
    4- Your cousin suggests spending the weekend at Helwan. Politely refuse giving a reason.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Good morning. Can I help you?
    B: Yes, I'd like to have a dress made, please.
    A: O.K. Let me take the measurements.
    2- A: I'd like some bread, please.
    B: How many loaves do you want?
    A: Five loaves, please.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- The two (navies – armies – soldiers – teams) fought against each other on land for many years in a terrible war.
    2- I think that I did very well in the maths examination, (including – except – unless – however) for Question 4, which I did not know the answer for.
    3- To stay fit and healthy, you should (race – exercise – work – keep fit) at least three times a week.
    4- The (top – highlight – light – best) of my year was when I won the 100-metre running race!
    5- The old man lived in a very (away – farthest – alone – remote) area of the countryside, far away from people, shops and businesses.
    6- Ahmed is very (definite – seriously – thoughtful – seriously) about winning the chess championship. He has been practising non-stop for the last five months.
    7- It is great to have a (balcony – flat – window – roofs) which I can sit outside on during the hot summer months.
    8- Many houses in England are separate from the houses of their neighbours. These are called (alone – detached – separate – single) houses.
    9- Many hundreds of years ago, people (had paid – were paying – used to pay – paid) for goods using salt instead of money.
    10- When I was younger I (didn't used to enjoy - didn't use to enjoy - wasn't enjoying - hadn't enjoyed) swimming, but now I really love it!
    11- Samir (played – has played – has been playing – was playing) hockey since he was eight years old and now he is in the under-15 national team.
    12- I (have been finished – finished – have been finishing – have finished) all my homework and now I am ready to go out!
    13- By the time my mother was aged 30, she (was had – had had – had been having – have had) five children.
    14- I (had been swimming – had swum – swam – was) for half an hour before I realised that I was dangerously far away from the beach.
    15- The Smith family's garden is much larger than (our – ours – ourselves – selves).
    16- Please take care with that camera. It has been (my – owned – mine – in mine) for many years.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- He is used to playing tennis, but now he doesn't.
    2- What are you used to doing when you were a child?
    3- I am going to tennis lessons for four months now and I am really enjoying them.
    4- Asia and Africa are the two biggest cities.
    5- First he played football as an amateur, but now he's a processional.
    6- My cousin owns a valuable connection of stamps.
    The Spiders
    7- A) Answer the following questions:
    1- Why didn't Ayman want to tell the police about the spider he had seen?
    2- What must be done to stop the deadly spiders from spreading through Africa, Europe and Asia?
    B) Complete the following sentences:
    1- In order to protect themselves from the spiders, the police --------------------------.
    2- Ayman believed that his uncle was right as he wasn't sure if ------------------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "That will be a slow and difficult process with lots of problems.”"
    1- Which process does Professor Jones refer to here?
    2- What is the most difficult problem in this process?
    8- Write a letter to the manager of Flamingo Tours, 5 Nile Street, Cairo., applying for the job of a tourist guide. Write something about your qualifications and why you think you are suitable for the job. Your name is Tamer and you live at 10 Farouk Street, Assiut.
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    The problem of over-population has occupied the minds of economists. They believe that the world will face starvation if people go on increasing in number the same way they do now. Moreover, progress in the medical field has reduced death rate.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن تحاول مصر زيادة الإنتاج الزراعي وتحقيق الاكتفاء الذاتي.
    2- إن ممارسة الرياضة لها أثر ايجابي علي صحة الإنسان ونشاطه الذهني.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- A friend thinks that travelling by plane is dangerous. Express your opinion.
    2- You want to interview someone you don't know. What do you say?
    3- Someone stops you and wants to ask you some questions. You don't have time to answer any questions.
    4- You want to book a single train ticket to Cairo. What do you say?
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: I'd like to deposit 5,000 pounds into my account.
    B: O.K. Sign here please.
    2- A: What would you like to start with, sir?
    B: Green salad, please.
    A: And what would you like to follow?
    B: Chicken and rice.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- The block of flats which my friend lives in is very high. It has 32 (parts – stairs – levels – storeys)
    2- I don't like modern buildings which are made out of (iron – wood – concrete – storeys) I think that they are very ugly.
    3. I don't understand why this machine is here. Do you know what its (purpose – reason – story – title) is?
    4. The ship had a very big (population – crew – group – staff) of sailors, engineers, scientists and cooks.
    5- Many cities around the world have different (festivals – festivities – games – sports) for different times of the year, which the people celebrate with food, drink, entertainment and different traditions.
    6- Omar’s mother did not allow him to take (judo – running – fighting – boxing) lessons because she believed that this was a very dangerous and violent sport.
    7- A (debt – manual – canoe – raft) is a long, narrow boat which is used to ride down rivers. You can use it for fishing, or as part of an exciting sport.
    8- Adel lost his job. He borrowed money from all his friends and soon he had many (moneys – finances – savings – debts) which he could not pay back.
    9- We painted the school walls (selves – us – ours – ourselves) without any help.
    10- Please tell Fatma that her mother would like to speak to (him – hers – her – herself).
    11- Years ago, after Zakaria (was leaving – had been leaving – left – had left) school, he worked on a farm.
    12- Professor Williams (finished – hadn't finished – had not been finishing – had not finishing) his important book about life and science at the time of his death.
    13- Sara (has been trying – has tried – tried – is trying) to call Rania all afternoon, but each time she calls, the number is busy.
    14- What (have you been buying - have you bought - you bought - had you bought) your mother for her birthday tomorrow?
    15-Did your mother (use to work – used to work – had worked – would work) before she had children?
    16-Ehab (used to finish – use to finish – was finishing – finished) all his homework before he went on holiday with his family.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- By the time the holiday are over, he had read the whole book.
    2- Hala and Nora are talking for more than an hour before their friend Mary arrived.
    3- My father made the shelves by him because he didn't want to pay a carpenter.
    4- When we moved to a new house, most of our old furniture was left to the neighbours or disturbed among friends.
    5- Environmental pollution is a local problem. It affects the whole world.
    6- She didn't want to work for a big correlation and preferred to work for a small company.
    The Spiders
    7- A) Answer the following questions:
    1- According to Prof. Jones, why would the spiders live in only one place?
    2- What would people in Ayman's town do if they believed his story about the spider?
    B) Complete the following sentences:
    1- When scientists put small quantities of venom into animals, these animals ------------.
    2- As Prof. Jones was very interested in Ayman's spider, he decided -------------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "This medicine is for the bite of the black and yellow spider that kills."
    1- How old was the text in which this statement was mentioned?
    2- How was that medicine made?
    8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
    "How we can preserve the environment"
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Much more care has been recently given to public libraries. Children are encouraged to widen their scope of knowledge by reading. People can borrow various kinds of books on science, literature, art and religion.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن نشجع المواطنين علي شراء المنتجات المحلية وهذا سوف يساعد في تحسين الاقتصاد القومي.
    2- إن لدي مصر الكثير من الموارد الطبيعية التي يجب أن نستغلها الاستغلال الأمثل.
    Test 3
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You ask a friend politely to post a letter for you.
    2- A friend asked you why you hadn't come to school the day before.
    3- A friends wants to borrow your book. You refuse politely.
    4- An old lady can't cross the road.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: I'd like to have this prescription filled, please.
    B: O.K. Just a minute.
    2- A: There's something wrong with this vacuum
    cleaner. I bought it from here.
    B: Don't worry. I'll replace it for you.
    A: Thank you.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- He is a very rich man. He owns a (chief – chalet – chain – campaign) of restaurants.
    2- A (bail – bowl – bold – ball) is a large formal party with dancing.
    3- An international film (festival – literature – gallery - fare) takes place in Cairo every year.
    4- Coconut is a basic (grade – ingredient – ingratitude – inherit) of this dish.
    5- How did you (used to – are used to – be used to - use to) spend your spare time when you were younger?
    6- Your grandparents grow vegetables in their garden, (didn't – can't – haven't – don't) they?
    7- That garden does not belong to them. It's not (they – them – theirs – their).
    8- He looks so tired. He (has been serving – had served – will be serving – is being served) customers all day.
    9- The person (which – where – when – who) the company belongs to is an engineer.
    10- She (wasn't – didn't – hadn't – isn't) accepted for the job until she had had an interview.
    11- Farmers earn their living from (architecture – agriculture – culture – industry).
    12- After he (leaving – leaves – had left – was leaving) school, he worked in ordinary jobs.
    13- He held onto a piece of floating wood to (defend – divide – protect – avoid) drowning.
    14- We couldn't get into our house because the doors were (licked – lacked – locked – booked) and we had lost the keys.
    15- Be careful or you'll hurt (myself – you – yours – yourself).
    16- I (wait – am waiting – had waited – have been waiting) for the bus for 2 hours. I can't wait any longer.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- She is used to taking drugs, but now she doesn't.
    2- He got wet because he isn't brought his umbrella.
    3- During the storm, two fishing boats drowned.
    4- My sister and I make turns to do the housework.
    5- He awarded the gold medal for Judo in 2007.
    6- She's written several e-mails, isn't she?
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1- How did the spider's picture on the screen affect Dr. Shereen?
    2- Why are stories about dangerous spiders not good for business?
    Complete the following sentences:
    1- It can take scientists many years to produce -------------------------------------------------
    2- According to Prof. Jones, all the other spiders may have died when --------------------------
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "Then we will have no protection against them for years."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- Why won't there be protection for these spiders for years ?
    8- Writing: Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
    Why tourism is important for Egypt
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Sport plays a very important role in forming man’s character. It keeps us healthy and teaches us patience, co-operation and self-confidence. Therefore, we should provide public sports centres for people of all ages.
    B) Translate into English:
    مهارات الكمبيوتر ضرورية للغاية لأداء الكثير من الأعمال في الوقت الحالي.
    Review:1 Units: 13-18 Spiders 6-8
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    5- Your friend is ill in hospital. You are visiting him. What do you say?
    6- You'd like to invite your friend to your birthday party. What do you say?
    7- Someone asks you the way to the post office. Give him/her instructions.
    8- Your brother usually leaves the lights on when he goes to bed. Give him advice.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Just drop me off here. How much is it?
    B: It's five pounds on the meter.
    A: O.K. Here you are.
    2- A: Have you got anything to declare, sir?
    B: It's just this video cassette player.
    A: You have to pay fifty pounds.
    B: Here you are.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- The White Desert is so low that it is below (water – sea level – the ocean – the ground).
    2- The Electricity Company (supplies – gives – takes – carries) electricity to houses and businesses all over the country.
    3- My (relatives – ancestors – family – children) came from Syria two hundred years ago and settled in this town.
    4- We went on a tour of Luxor and Aswan and there we saw many ancient (buildings – places – sites – museums).
    5- His responsibilities (contain – consist – include - form) making appointments on the manager's behalf.
    6- Most of the local residents (opposed – welcomed – proposed – enclosed) the closing of their hospital. They are going to complain about it.
    7- His letter never reached its (deviation – distillation – donation - destination).
    8- His story is a (cautionary – anniversary – commentary – contemporary) tale for children who don't listen to their parents' advice.
    9- If they want to book a flight to London, they (must - could - need - mustn't) to do it soon. Flights to London are very busy.
    10- You (must – mustn't – may – might) have computer skills to be accepted for this job. It's absolutely necessary.
    11- The information you are looking for can (to find – finding – found – be found) in this encyclopedia.
    12- I wonder if I (borrows – borrow – could borrow – would borrow) your bike for two hours.
    13- I have an idea: we (have to – need – could – would) all go in one car. That would save us money.
    14- The people injured in the accident (have taken – have to take – can take – have been taken) to the hospital.
    15- If she read the questions carefully, she (will be – would be – would have been – can be) able to answer them.
    16- If it (was – had been – has been – is) too cold yesterday, we wouldn't have gone to the club.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- If it weren't for the money he lent me, I wouldn't have been able to set up my business.
    2- He must have known about the homework. He has been absent for a week.
    3- She's going to reply to a job abroad.
    4- Unfortunately, we got home before it started to rain.
    5- She's not really hurt - she's only intending.
    6- If she doesn't want to go, nothing you can say will promise her.
    The Spiders
    7. Answer the following questions:
    1- Why is a female spider more dangerous than a male spider?
    2- How did Ayman save his sister?
    Complete the following sentences:
    1- Captain Osama thought that the third car could get through because ----------------------.
    2- The spider probably came to hospital in --------------------------------------------------.
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    " This is bad. In this weather, the road can just disappear."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- Why would the road disappear?
    8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
    How to achieve your goals in life
    9- A)Translate into Arabic:
    Man should exert efforts to put an end to wars. Otherwise, all discoveries and inventions will turn to weapons of destruction. Our civilization must be preserved and human discoveries must bring happiness to mankind.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- يُقام معرض القاهرة الدولي للكتاب كل عام وتُشارك فيه دول من كل أنحاء العالم.
    2- تُسهم مصر في تحقيق السلام في العالم وخاصة في منطقة الشرق الأوسـط.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- Someone asks your opinion about the best way to study. What do you say?
    2- Your friend is going to England to study medicine. What do you say?
    3- A friend tells you that his brother has just had an accident.
    4- Your friend says something, but you can't hear it.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: How much is the fare?
    B: Where would you like to get off?
    A: Next stop, please.
    B: O.K. It's two pounds.
    2- A: Can I book two seats, please?
    B: O.K. Here you are.
    A: When does the play start?
    B: At 7 o'clock.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- The men had been travelling in the desert for days and they were extremely happy to come to an oasis and to drink the refreshing water of its (springs – lakes – oceans – rivers).
    2- Some people say that there is not much (animals – wildlife – there – around) in the desert, but you can find some plants, as well as foxes, birds, snakes and many other animals.
    3- It was a (real – old – important – historic) event when Egypt won the African Football Championship.
    4- The (family – inhabitants – men – livers) of Siwa mainly make their money by producing oil from palm trees, selling figs, and through tourism.
    5- When a/an (volcano – earthquake – hurricane – explosion) erupts, it usually causes a lot of destruction.
    6- She seems to regard any advice or help from me as (conscience – audience – interference – existence).
    7- Water is (commercial - essential – financial – industrial) for living things.
    8- It might take him ages but he'll do it (eventually – culturally – diagonally – digitally).
    9- If I (knew – know – had known – would have known) the address, I would have sent him the letter.
    10- (If – Were – Had – Should) he to study harder, he would get better grades.
    11- I play tennis, but I'm not keen (to – with – on – for) watching it on TV.
    12- It (was taken – took – has been taken – had been taken) me a long time to do the job.
    13- The stolen jewellery (has been recovered – will recover – recovers – recovered) by the police.
    14- It's not necessary to clean the floor. This means you (need to – mustn't – don't have to – will) do it.
    15- It (was said – was saying – is saying – has said) that he forged the passport.
    16- It was dark, but he (succeeded – able – enabled – managed) to see two of the robbers.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- What would you have done if you won a lot of money?
    2- Thousands of people die with cancer every year.
    3- You mustn't go to bed early tonight. There is no school tomorrow.
    4- The president is going to make an advertisement tomorrow.
    5- When a volcano disappears, it sends dust into the atmosphere.
    6- People should be aware with the dangers of pollution.
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1- Why did Prof. Jones believe that there was only one female spider in the town?
    2- Why was the road down the mountain very dangerous?
    Complete the following sentences:
    1- Ayman was on TV because ---------------------------------------------------------------.
    2- To express his gratitude to Ayman, Prof. Jones ------------------------------------------.
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "Everybody has left this part of town."
    1- Why has everybody left this part of town?
    2- What other measure was taken to prevent spiders from spreading to other towns?
    8- Write a letter to your friend Samy telling him about a prize you received at school.
    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- تهتم الدولة بالموهوبين في جميع المجالات وتقدم لهم كل الرعاية الممكنة.
    2- يجب أن يتعاون المواطنون مع الحكومة حتى نستطيع حل المشكلات الاجتماعية والاقتصادية.
    Test 3
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You would like to ask the teacher about the meaning of a difficult word.
    2- Your brother is going to cross the road without paying attention.
    3- You'd like to know when the bus for Cairo leaves.
    4- You ask one of your friends to lend you a pen.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Your tickets, sir.
    B: Here you are. When do we arrive at Damanhour?
    A: In half an hour or so.
    2- A: Thank you for rescuing me.
    B: You're going to be O.K. This oxygen mask will help you breathe.
    A: Where are we going?
    B: We are on our way to hospital. Doctors will take care of you there.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- Taking part in the Olympic was the realization of his greatest (ammunition – amputation – ambition – addiction)
    2- His new book went straight to number one on the (best-seller / best buyer – best producer – best winner) list.
    3- Our century has seen greater climate changes than any period since the dawn of (circulation – civilization – sanitation – satisfaction).
    4- In the western (agriculture – mixture - culture – capture), it is rude to ask someone how much they earn.
    5- I object to his (reference – indifference – difference – interference) in my work.
    6- (If – Unless – Without – Were) you tell her a story, she won't go to sleep.
    7- Can you tell me some of the advantages (with – in – of – at) using the internet?
    8- The building was (destroyed – deployed – annoyed – depressed) during the war.
    9- I (couldn't – may not – oughtn't - needn't) have put on this thick coat. I feel so hot.
    10- She (must – can't – may not – will) have seen the accident. She was there when it happened.
    11- If I (sell – sold – have sold – had sold) my car, I wouldn't get much money for it.
    12- He owns a (library – clinic – workshop – drug store). He is a chemist.
    13- This hospital (built – is being built – builds – was built) 30 years ago.
    14- Tourism is considered the second most important (earner – doer – leader – visitor) of hard currency in Egypt.
    15- There were over 100 (survivors – victims – rescuers – witnesses) of the crash, but 50 people died.
    16- We should (be revised – revising – revise – to revise) our lessons before the exam.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- Carbon dioxide is a farmhouse gas, which absorbs energy from the sun, making the air warmer.
    2- The price for the holiday includes flights, accumulation and transport.
    3- Tricks are performing at the theatre.
    4- We would have stayed at home yesterday if it rains.
    5- The fields should irrigate.
    6- The thieves stole the gas station yesterday.
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1- Why does Lamia think that the spiders in the desert should not be killed?
    2- What made the journey with the plants so difficult for the three cars?
    Complete the following sentences:
    1-The female spider is a thousand times more dangerous than the male as ---------------------
    2-The Echinacea Negra plants work only for ----------------------------------------------------
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    " Then everyone congratulated Ayman, but the congratulations suddenly stopped."
    1- Why did everyone congratulate Ayman?
    2- Why did the congratulations suddenly stop?
    8- Write an e-mail to your friend Tamer describing a holiday you went on last week.
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Excessive noise can cause deafness. It may also affect the brain and the stomach and cut down the blood supply to the heart. In fact, noise is one of the most dangerous problems nowadays.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن نستخدم التكنولوجيا الحديثة في كل مجالات العمل.
    2- اتخذت الحكومة كل الإجراءات الضرورية لحماية المواطنين من أنفلونزا الخنازير.
    Review: 2 Units: 1-6 Spiders 1-2
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You are sitting on a bus and the person next to you starts to smoke.
    2- You have just been introduced to Mr. Ahmed, a person you have not met before.
    3- You have just met a friend you haven't seen for a year. You want to know about your friend's activities since you last met.
    4- Your friend is going to park in a "No Parking" area. What do you say?
    5- You have a guest at home and you want to make him or her feel comfortable. What do you say?
    6- Someone asks for your opinion about global warming. What do you say?
    7- You don't know the way to the Egyptian Museum. You ask a passer-by.
    8- Someone asks you about your hobbies. What do you say?
    2-Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Can you tell our listeners how you achieved all this success?
    B: Through hard work and sleepless nights.
    2- A: I'd like to change these dollars into pounds, please.
    B: All right. How many dollars would you like to change?
    A: 5,000.
    3- A: What are you doing?
    B: I am watching a cartoon on TV.
    A: But you should be doing your homework now.
    B: I have finished it.
    4- A: You seem to have skills needed for the job.
    B: I think so.
    A: O.K. When would you like to start?
    B: As soon as possible.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- He didn’t have any money in his (wallet – house – bag – bank account) because he had used his credit card too much.
    2- I want a (speedily – special – broadband – dial up) internet connection because it is so much faster.
    3- I ordered some CDs over the internet and the company (delivered – took – carried – drove) them to me the next day.
    4- The picture was (situated – detached – attached – placed) to the wall and I could not take it off.
    5- Nesma would like to get married and (grow up – bring up – attach – give) three beautiful children.
    6- I love studying English (newspapers - literature - books - writing). There are so many different novels and books written by so many historical and famous writers.
    7- Omar’s father is very well (watched – wanted – respected – disliked) in his profession. He was a surgeon for 25 years and now he teaches at the best universities.
    8- Hany’s (want – ambition – career – life) is to become a successful photographer.
    9- Mona has prepared her shopping list and she (will go – is going – will going – goes) to go to the supermarket.
    10- Tomorrow is a national holiday. All the banks (are being closed – are going to be closed – will closing – will close).
    11- Tamer is a much calmer person than Omar, so before their exams Omar was much (more nervous than – as nervous – more nervous as – more nervous) Tamer.
    12- The (most big – biggest – more big – bigger) animal which I have seen in Egypt is a camel.
    13- When I was walking to school, I saw (men – a man – some man – man) who was asking people for money.
    14- I want to buy (the book – book – a book – some book) that we saw in the shop yesterday.
    15- The company does not have enough money. People (will be losing – are losing – will lose – are going to) lose their jobs.
    16- What (will you be done – are you done – are you going to do – you will do) next weekend? Would you like to come and play tennis with me?
    17- A (navigation – delegation – obligation – prolongation) means people who represent a country or an organisation.
    18- A (union – unity – university – uniform) is a certain type of clothes which all members of a group wear.
    19- A (plant – transform – transfusion – transplant) is an operation to move an organ from one person to another.
    20- An (example – explanation - examination – investigation) is the reason why something happens.
    21- To (lie – die – tie – sign) is to attach something with string or rope.
    22- These shoes are a real (sale – bargain – credit – cheque) at such a low price.
    23- To be (online – offline – outline – decline) is to be connected to the internet.
    24- A (casualty – clarity – commodity – charity) is an organisation that gives help to the poor.
    25- In (football – hockey – squash – basketball), you have to beat the person you are playing alone.
    26- To (bring up – put away – take off – look at) is to look after children until they are adults.
    27- (Difference – Tolerance – Appearance – Assistance) is to accept other people's beliefs and opinions although you might not agree with them.
    28- (An irritable – A pessimistic – An optimistic – A cooperative) person thinks that whatever happens will be good.
    29- The man on the desert island was saved by the (additional – arrival - commercial – confidential) of a ship.
    30- A (filter – cheater – shelter – disaster) is a place to keep you dry and safe.
    31- As I (have already mentioned – had already mentioned – already mention – already mentioning), I doubt that we will be able to raise all the money we need.
    32- (If – However – Although – So) his parents died when he was young, he became a famous scientist.
    33- He was tired because he (has run – is running – will run – had run) all the way home.
    34- He listened to some music (if – while – during – however) he was having lunch.
    35- There are no clouds in the sky. It's (will be – might be – going to be – would be) another sunny day.
    36- A bird was put in a cage with some food. (A – An – The – No article) bird could see the food, but could not reach it.
    37- Mount Everest is (more popular – not as popular – the most popular – the least popular) than Mount Fuji.
    38- I can't see you now. I (revise – was revising – am revising – had revised) for the test.
    39- She (cooks – is cooking – has cooked – cooked) lunch every day last week.
    40- When volcanoes (erupt – erupted – had erupted – erupts), they send out volcanic dust into the atmosphere.
    41- A (diplomat - civil servant - civilian - civil engineer) is someone who designs and builds dams, roads and large buildings.
    42- A (search – research – researcher – searching) is an advanced detailed study of a subject.
    43- A (connection – compliment – commentary – cement) is written opinions about and descriptions of a subject.
    44- A (trader – diplomat – merchant – foreigner) is a person employed by a government to live in another country and to speak for the government.
    45- I think there is a problem with my internet (infection – collection – connection – reaction).
    46- (Cleverly – Angrily – Gloomily – Interestingly), a lot of world countries are cooperating to stop pollution.
    47- To (trash – attract – attach – fetch) is to fasten or join one thing to another.
    48- A (society – sociable - regrettable – charitable) person likes to mix with others.
    49- My brother (learnt – taught – thought – sought) me how to use the computer.
    50- We should show (abundance – allegiance – appearance – tolerance) to people who have different beliefs from us.
    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- I don't like fish. I prefers to eat meat.
    2- Everyone does mistakes when they are learning something new.
    3- People of heart problems need special care.
    4- You need good qualifies to get this job.
    5- I have been writing a letter at the moment.
    6- The phone ringing while I was having a shower.
    7- Cairo is a capital of Egypt.
    8- These shirts aren't fitting me any more. I am going to buy some new shirts.
    9- The weather is being so bad in Canberra last winter.
    10- They don't finish the work yet. They need some more time.
    11- Despite running my own business is exhausting, it is certainly profitable.
    12- While my grandfather was reading the newspaper, he was falling asleep.
    13- It took me a long time to finish the book while it is so long.
    14- He earns two thousand pounds the month.
    15- None of this year’s films were as interesting than the one we saw last night.
    16- A musician is a person who works in politics.
    17- To punish is to print and make available for people to buy.
    18- A sergeant is a person whose job is to do operations.
    19- To capsule is to make fun of other people.
    20- A dwarf is a very big person.
    21- A headband connection enables you to connect to the internet quickly.
    22- Some people do sports to improve how good they are at something.
    23- A seller is a person who works on a ship.
    24- Let's all cultivate to get the work done quickly.
    25- It all happened out of the brown. Nobody expected it.
    The Spiders
    7- A) Answer the following questions:
    1- Where did the team of archaeologists work?
    2- Why don't archaeologists use GPR very often?
    B) Complete the following to make meaningful sentences:
    1- Ayman was surprised to see the spider as -----------------------
    2- Although people in ancient Egypt burnt their town down to kill all the spiders, ---------------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "Spiders use webs to catch flies, but I'm going to use the web to find a spider."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- What are the two kinds of webs according to the speaker's point of view?
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Car companies are now investing in designing cars which run on electricity and hydrogen. This means that pollution from car emissions will be cut down, which will reduce global warming. The world's dependence on oil will lessen considerably.
    1- يتم الآن تنفيذ الكثير من المشروعات الضخمة لتوفير فرص عمل للشباب.
    2- تُستخدم الآن الكثير من الطرق الحديثة في الزراعة وهذا يؤدي إلي زيادة المحاصيل.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You'd like your friend to turn on the air conditioner. What do you say?
    2- Your friend is travelling abroad. You are seeing him off at the airport. What do you say?
    3- You stepped on someone's toes on the bus. What do you say?
    4- A child is going to pick a flower in a public garden. What do you say to him or her?
    5- Your father advises you to study harder for the exams. What do you say?
    6- You don't know the meaning of a new word. What do you say to the teacher?
    7- Your friend apologises for forgetting the book you lent him. What do you say?
    8- You are buying a new shirt. The assistant asks for too much money. What do you say?
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: There is something wrong with my computer screen.
    B: Don't worry. I'll fix it for you.
    A: When will it be ready?
    B: Tomorrow morning.
    2- A: How much is this bunch of flowers?
    B: 20 pounds.
    A: Here you are.
    3- A: So you want to borrow 200,000 pounds. What do you want the money for?
    B: I want to buy some land. Thus, I can expand my business.
    A: Well, we can lend you the mone.
    4- A: Hello! Can I help you, sir?
    B: Yes, I’d like to have a single room, please.
    A: For how many night?
    B: Three nights, please.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- The top of the mountain towered thousands of metres (above – below – away – from) us.
    2- To stay safe as an explorer, you need to take with you the correct safety (machinery – things – clothes – equipment).
    3- I would like to become a writer because I think that I am very (brave – imaginative – clever – respected) and I can think of many different exciting stories to tell other people.
    4- George used a piece of (tape – cloth – cotton – string) to tie the dog to the wall.
    5- The (class – gang – pack – match) of wild dogs came closer and closer to the frightened child.
    6- Mona’s purse was very heavy because it was full of (banknotes – coins – food – salt).
    7- A customer (chart – asking – project – survey) has shown that people are generally very happy with the new internet delivery service.
    8- When I saw that the camera which I had ordered online was delivered to me broken, I (replied – laughed – helped – complained) using the customer services telephone line.
    9- Finally, my mom (learnt – had been learnt – has been learnt – was learning) how to use the internet.
    10- I didn’t hear you call yesterday morning because I (was sleeping – slept – had been slept – have slept)
    11- I (was hearing – had heard – hear – hears) about the party even before you told me about it.
    12- By the time Maryam was 26, she (has – had been – has been – was) married for three years.
    13- Video cassettes are (not moderner than – not as modern as – not modern like – not as modern) DVDs.
    14- This English exercise is the (more challenging than – more challenging – most challenging – biggest challenging) exercise in the book!
    15- While Heba was travelling to see a friend, she saw (a really beautiful – the really beautiful – really beautiful – most beautiful) house.
    16- I really love (a dress – the dress – dress – dresses) that you’re wearing!
    17- Air (conditioning – canceling – containing – contaminating) is a system that keeps air cool in a building.
    18- An (activation – operation – organisation – obligation) is the cutting of the body in order to remove a diseased part or set it right.
    19- The red lines on a map (impress – repeat – represent – classify) railways.
    20- (Rash – Crash – Catch – Cash) is the money we carry in our pockets.
    21- (An adult – An optimist – An enemy – A toddler) is a fully grown person.
    22- (A cheque – A debt – An account – A credit card) is a sum of money kept in a bank which may be added to or taken from.
    23- His new book (attacked – attracted – retreated – infected) a lot of attention.
    24- A (rat – cat – cow – mouse) helps you to move around the screen of a computer.
    25- The school uses a combination of modern and (traditional – intentional – constitutional – illogical) methods for teaching English.
    26- A (back – brick – pack – pocket) is a group of wild animals that hunt together.
    27- He will get the job as he has a lot of (experiment – extension – expansion – experience).
    28- He (scared – screwed – scored – stared) two goals in the final match.
    29- It was a loud crash. It gave me a (shake – shock – check – choke).
    30-To (stale – steel – steal – stain) is to take something that does not belong to you.
    31- The boy (sit – set – site – seat) fire to the pile of rubbish.
    32- A (summit – shallow – shift – bottom) is the top of a mountain.
    33- A (change – charge – chain - challenge) is something new or difficult that needs a lot of effort to do.
    34- She (gets – got – has got – would get) her degree in June, 1999.
    35- Where (is – does – has – will) Jane come from)? –England.
    36- Thousands of people (are leaving - have left – will leave – left) their homes since the volcano erupted.
    37- It (starts – has started – was starting – started) to rain while we were waiting at the bus stop.
    38- The burglar (had got – gets – was getting – getting) away by the time the police arrived.
    39- It is much (hot – hottest – hotter – the hottest) than it was in July.
    40- (Although – Despite – While – So) the man denied the charges against him, he was put in prison.
    41- A (team – pack – herd – society) of surgeons operated on the old man.
    42- Research has proved that some types of animals can (cooperate – contaminate – celebrate – commemorate) on complex jobs.
    43- To (culture – assure – departure – capture) is to catch someone in order to keep them.
    44- (Beneath – Above – Between – Aside) means in a higher position.
    45- Something which is (amazing – civilizing – colonizing – appetizing) is very surprising.
    46- A (peddler – toddler – swindler – handler) is a child who has just started walking.
    47- The air at the top of a mountain is (thinner – wider – deeper – shower) than the air at the bottom.
    48- The bus nearly hit our car. It was a close (care – card – game – call).
    49- Although he was in a dangerous situation, he kept his (cold – freeze – cool – heat).
    50- This mountain is 7,000 metres (in – on – of – above) sea level.


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    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- As soon as to finish writing the letter, I put it in the envelope.
    2- I didn't pay for anything online since last June.
    3- By the time he finished his training, his wife is preparing his dinner.
    4- The children of our children are called our grandparents.
    5- When you pay with money, you pay in credit.
    6- Something that contains new and interesting ideas is imaginary.
    7- Her child won't go to sleep unless she is telling him a story.
    8- By the time I met Andrew, he finishes shopping.
    9- What were you doing because the accident happened?
    10- I expect that she gets the job she has applied for.
    11- The class visits the museum next week. Everything is arranged.
    12- My sister works in the hospital. She has to wear a uniform.
    13- My uncle is a honest man. He has never lied to anyone.
    14- This tea is much sweet than I usually take it.
    15- Of all the people I know, Tamer is the intelligent.
    16- A flight is a long journey on a ship.
    17- She liquefied as a doctor a few months ago.
    18- There is a real grow in the number of people who use the internet.
    19- If you want to keep fat, you should take more exercise.
    20- Patients have to follow doctors' structures.
    21- My protection is that Italy will win the world cup.
    22- Envy means sailors and ship a country has for fighting at sea.
    23- Something which is high is a long distance from the top to the bottom.
    24- Mourners are people who climb mountains.
    25- He was in a dangerous situation, but he kept his cold.
    The Spiders
    7- A) Answer the following questions:
    1- How does GPR work?
    2- Why were the robbers excited when they went through the gold doors of the tomb?
    B) Complete the following to make meaningful sentences:
    1- Ayman used the internet for -----------------------
    2- The World Wide Web is like a great library. The information in this library moves -----------------.
    C) Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "We must find what we want and get out before morning."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- Why was it necessary for them to get out before morning?
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Students should be encouraged to surf the internet. They can get the latest information about anything they want. In this way, they can develop their knowledge on important subjects. Students can even learn a new language by using the internet.
    1- إن الحصول علي وظيفة في الوقت الحاضر يتطلب الكثير من المهارات.
    2- يهدف مشروع القراءة للجميع إلي تنمية عادة القراءة لدي الناس من مختلف الأعمار.
    Review: 2 Units: 7-12 Spiders 3-5
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You are at the railway station. You'd like to ask a clerk when the train to Cairo leaves.
    2- You want to know how to operate the coffee machine. You ask a friend.
    3- Your brother suggests going swimming, but you have a lot of work to do. What do you say?
    4- You are introduced to Ramy who you meet for the first time. What do you say?
    5- The assistant asks you how you would like to pay for a suit you are buying. What do you say?
    6- You are talking to a tourist and you want to ask about his nationality. What do you say?
    7- Your brother tells you that he has just won a prize in a drawing competition. What do you say?
    8- The teacher asks you how you spend your spare time. What do you say?
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Can I help you?
    B: Yes, please. How much is this book.
    A: 75 pounds.
    B: Here you are.
    2- A: How much is this table, please?
    B: 800 pounds.
    A: All right. I'll buy it.
    3- A: Here we are, sir.
    B: How much do you want?
    A: It's 5 pounds on the meter.
    4- A: Can I see your driving licence, please?
    B: What for?
    A: You have parked in a no-parking area.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- I would prefer to do (manual – physics – hard – hand) work, such as to be a gardener, a builder or a driver, than to sit in an office all day like a banker or lawyer.
    2- If you put twenty pounds away in a safe place every week, after some years you will have quite a lot of (valuable – savings – earnings – interests)
    3- Our teacher was sick, so today we had a(n) (second – replaced – replacement – extra) teacher.
    4- My mother wants to give me and my brother a key to the house, so she will need to make two (copies – replacements – extras – additions) of her key.
    5- I love acting, and this year I have been chosen to (take place – take part – play – run) in our school play.
    6- Some people say that (water skiing – chess – netball – athletics) is not a sport. But I believe it is, and that it is excellent exercise for the brain!
    7- It is every athlete’s dream to win a gold (medal – model – prize – first place) at the Olympic Games.
    8- (Rising – Fighting – Boxing – Climbing) is a sport for which you need to have a lot of equipment such as long ropes, and you should not be afraid of being in high places.
    9- My brother (was spending – did used to spend – used to spend – spend) all his free time playing computer games, but now he prefers to read books.
    10- I (was spending – use to spend – used to spend – spend) all my free time on Saturday tidying up my bedroom.
    11- I (was watching – have been watching – have watched – watched) the Olympic games every four years for my whole life.
    12- I (was watching - have been watching - have watched - watched) the Olympic games all evening and now I’m going to bed.
    13- I'm sorry I didn't answer your call yesterday. I (was studying – had studied – had been studying – studied) with my friends when my family had an emergency and I completely forgot to return your call.
    14- Mariam looked so happy when we saw her last week. Perhaps she (got – had been getting – had got – has got) good grades on her exams?
    15- I was surprised at how dirty I was when I saw (her – me – myself – mine) in the mirror.
    16- My sisters and brothers and I are all married, so my parents live by (themselves – selves – ourselves – myself) now.
    17- He is very rich. He owns a (bargain – chain – chief – plain) of supermarkets in Canada.
    18- The (chief – chef – sheet – cheer) problem we have in the area now is the spread of disease.
    19- The firm has two (presenters – diplomats – ambassadors – representatives) in every European city.
    20- This car is so expensive. Only a few people can (affect – afford – effort – affair) it.
    21- Today's world can be described as a (global – cannibal – verbal – herbal) economy.
    22- The invention of the mobile phone was a great (astrological – biological – technological – geographical) advance.
    23- To (act – react – resist – reform) is to perform in a play.
    24- I really (adopt – admit - admire – advise) Edison. He was a great inventor.
    25- The type of work done by people using their hands is called (universal – annual – usual – manual).
    26- A (bronze – gold – silver – iron) medal is a medal for being second in an Olympic race.
    27- A (bill – bail – pool – ball) is a formal party for dancing.
    28- She plays chess (regularly – rarely – hardly – ever), at least three times a week.
    29- To (employ – cowboy – destroy – defend) is to damage something very badly.
    30- My uncle trades (in – on – at – with) cars.
    31- The Olympic Games is an international sports (play – match – champion – festival).
    32- To (profit – fit – defeat – benefit) is to be useful to or to be helped by something.
    33- Wheat grows well on (futile – fertile – hostile – exile) soil.
    34- They came (shore – short – ashore – coast) from the boat.
    35- (Addictive – Affirmative – Attentive – Primitive) man made tools from sharp stones and animal bones.
    36- It seems that Earth is the only planet (that – what – where –whose) can support life.
    37- (Which – Where – What – Whose) happened was my fault.
    38- I (used to – am used to – use to – didn't use to) think he was unfriendly, but now I realize he is a very nice person.
    39- I (used to – am using – am used to – use to) driving on the left because I've lived in Britain for a long time.
    40- I (have read – had read – have to read – have been reading) the book you lent me, but I haven't finished it yet.
    41- The weather is awful. It (has been snowing – had been snowing – snows – has to snow) all day.
    42- The orchestra (has played – has been playing – had been playing – is playing) for an hour when a man in the audience suddenly began shouting.
    43- I shouldn't have lost my temper, (shan't – should – shouldn't – could) I?
    44- There was a lot of traffic, (was there – wasn't there – did it – did there)?
    45- If somebody attacks you, you should be able to (defend – defend you – defend them – defend yourself).
    46- We'd never met before, so we introduced (themselves – himself – ourselves – yourselves) to each other.
    47- He looked tired yesterday because he (sleeps –was sleeping – has slept – had slept) badly the night before.
    48- He (used to – is used to – uses to uses) swim every day, but now he doesn't.
    49- Where is the cheese (where – who – whom – which) was in the fridge?
    50- A few days ago, I met someone (whom – whose – that – where) brother I went to school with.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- The doctor, whom clinic is next to our house, studied medicine in England.
    2- I'm so tired. I work in the garden for 4 hours.
    3- That pepper is genetically modified, doesn't it?
    4- Every year, thousands of people go to the countrywide to spend their holidays.
    5- The plane has crashed killing all people abroad.
    6- Our house has a stopping roof so that snow will fall off easily.
    7- A black of wood is a piece of wood with straight sides.
    8- I'll overtake your lateness this time.
    9- Plastic and rubber do not construct electricity.
    10- Wherever my uncle came to visit us, he brought some presents.
    11- You can't be series. I can't lend you all this money.
    12- Scientists can falsify the genes of plants.
    13- A sterilizer is a substance that farmers put on soil to help plants to grow.
    14- He came second in the race and won the bronze medal.
    15- The plane landed. This means it went up in the air.
    16- The bus was empty expect for two old ladies.
    17- The building who was destroyed in the fire has now been rebuilt.
    18- The man, that works for the oil company, is a relative of mine.
    19- Tom is used to drinking a lot of coffee, but now he prefers tea.
    20- I think he's going to fail the test, aren't I?
    21- You're both fully grown adults now. You can depend on myself.
    22- No sooner she saw the snake than she screamed.
    23- I'm so tired. I clean the house all morning.
    24- We did all the work ourselves. Nobody did it for ours.
    25- We are just doing the shopping. We've bought all our needs.
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Travelling abroad is a real pleasure. We see many countries of the world and get in touch with the peoples of other nations. Through these visits, we learn more about other nations' customs and traditions.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- يجب علي مصر أن تواكب التغيرات الهائلة التي تحدث في العالم لكي تحقق التقدم في كل المجالات.
    2- تبذل دول العالم جهودا هائلة لحل مشكلة نقص الغذاء عن طريق استخدام الطرق الحديثة في زراعة المحاصيل.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- You ask your friend's opinion about a shirt you have just bought.
    2- You are at a restaurant. The waiter asks you about your order.
    3- Your friend has just passed his final exam. What do you say?
    4- You strongly advise your friend to stop smoking.
    5- It's hot. You politely ask the man sitting by the bus window to open it.
    6- Your little brother is playing with matches. You warn him.
    7- You are at a restaurant. The waiter asks you how you would like your meat. What do you say?
    8- Someone asks you what you think about mobile phones.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: How can I help you?
    B: I need a pair of sunglasses, please.
    A: What about this one?
    B: It's nice. I'll take it.
    2- A: What's the matter with you?
    B: I can't sleep well and I have difficulty breathing.
    A: Take these pills every other day and you'll be O.K.
    3- A: Please fasten your seat belt.
    B: Are we about to land?
    A: Yes, in a few minutes.
    4- A: It's very kind of you to bring me such lovely flowers.
    B: Not at all. I hope you get better soon.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- What is the quickest (roads – journey – route – map) to travel between Assiut and Ismalia?
    2- After the rains came, there were terrible (waters – floods – flooding – lakes) and many people lost their homes.
    3- Europe and Asia are two (continents – places – islands – areas) which lie next to each other.
    4- I always go to the sea (after – upon – while – whenever) I have the chance.
    5- Houses where I live have (sloping – flat – long – big) roofs because it rains a lot here.
    6- Can you imagine what is must be like on the top of that skyscraper? Imagine what an incredible (valley – view – picture – roof) there must be of all the city!
    7- Mr Sabry built his new hotel in a very good (town – view – location – outskirts) next to the Nile and near the new shopping mall.
    8- Don't forget to (close - lock - push - fix) the door when you leave the house — there are some thieves around who might try to get in.
    9- We have five bedrooms. Three are for (ourselves – us – ours – we) and the others are for guests.
    10- Did you hurt (myself – you – yourself – themselves) when you fell down the stairs?
    11- By the time Herman Melville was in his mid twenties, he (already travelled – had already travelled – had already been travelling – has already travelled) all over the world.
    12- On the day before my grandfather died, he (had been sailing – had sailed – was sailing – sailed) with my father. It had been a special day out for them.
    13- Rania (has been working – worked – had worked – is working) as a doctor for the last ten years.
    14- Fareed (has been working – works – had worked – has worked) all night and he is very tired.
    15- I (didn't always used to – didn't always use to – hadn't always – wasn't always) live in Egypt. When I was younger, my family lived in France.
    16- (Did you used to – Would you – Had you – Did you use to) bite your nails when you were a child?
    17- My uncle lives in a (promote - remote – close – farther) mountain village. We take hours to reach his house.
    18- The whale (rammed – canned – banned – dammed) and sank the boat.
    19- Two (alarmed – ashamed – blamed – armed) men broke into the bank and stole a lot of money.
    20- All passengers went (abroad – broad – aboard – broaden) the ship.
    21- The opposite of thin is (strong – sick – weak – thick).
    22- Two of my friends live on the (outskirts – outcomes – outfits – outlets) of London.
    23- Their house is (attached – stretched – detached – expanded). It is not connected to any other building.
    24- He was in a (tight – fight – right – sight) corner because he was heavily in debt.
    25- To (regain – contest – invade – conquer) is to get control over a problem or feeling.
    26- This company (disturbs - distributes – boycotts – interrupts) its products all over the country.
    27- To (offer – distribute – afford – affect) something is to have enough money to pay for it.
    28- (Economy – Trade – Commerce – Astronomy) is the way that money, businesses and products are organized in a country.
    29- An (officer – arms – army – armament) is military force that fights on land.
    30- (Expect – Accept – Extend - Except) means not including.
    31- To (accuse – defame – admire – blame) someone is to have a very good opinion of them.
    32- These two cars are (botanical – classical – illogical - identical). They are exactly the same.
    33- (Experience – Experiment – Expectation – Exercise) is a physical activity which helps people stay healthy.
    34- My brother and I take (place – after – turns – trains) to clean our room.
    35- We need to (display – spray – destroy – distribute) the fields with insecticides.
    36- I can't remember the name of the garage (which – what – whose – where) we had our car repaired.
    37- John, (that – who – what – where) speaks French and Italian, works as a tour guide.
    38- Peter told us about his new job, (where – which – that – when) he's enjoying very much.
    39- I gave them a key to our house so that they could let (himself – ourselves – themselves – yourselves) in.
    40- Sometimes I can't say exactly what I mean. I wish I could express (me – mine – myself – I) better.
    41- The film (it – them – itself – myself) wasn't very good, but I liked the music.
    42- Your house is so small. (We – Us – Our – Ours) is so big.
    43- He'd better not leave his current job, (didn't – hadn't – had – has) he?
    44- How long (did you work – were you working – are you going to work – have you been working) here? – Since 2004.
    45- Did you go on holiday (of – at – on – by) your own?
    46- I (used to – am used to – will use to – would use to) the weather in this country.
    47- We (use – are using – are used – used to) live in the country, but now we live in Cairo.
    48- There (is used – used to – is used to – are used to) be four cinemas in the town. Now there's one.
    49- Karen didn't want to go to the cinema with us because she (has already seen – already sees – will already see – had already seen) the film.
    50- I was very pleased to see Hala again. I (haven't – hasn't – hadn't – didn't) seen her for 5 years.
    4- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and write it correctly:
    1- This book belongs to you. It's you.
    2- By the time he finished typing the paper, he drinks three cups of coffee.
    3- When he was in England, he is used to eating organic food.
    4- The company has two represents in every European city.
    5- Computer-controlled robots are taking over annual jobs in many industries.
    6- The concert gives place next Saturday.
    7- There's something wrong with the door. I can't look it.
    8- Buildings made of bricks and contract can be dangerous if they fall down.
    9- The ship sank and all the crew drained except the captain.
    10- The main sufficient of this dish is rice.
    11- Electronic food is food grown without the help of chemical fertilizers.
    12- A person who does for enjoyment what others do for money is a professional.
    13- A doubt is the money you owe to someone else.
    14- "Waves" means the money that someone is paid every week by their employer.
    15- Our national football team was deterred to win the Africa Cup of Nations.
    16- They live in a fantastic house which overtakes the Mediterranean Sea.
    17- He read that newspaper article about cloning, doesn't he?
    18- He is used to having more free time when he was still single.
    19- He is watering the garden for two hours now.
    20- That's a very bad bicycle. How long did you have it?
    21- The waiter served us was very impolite.
    22- Two men, neither of which I had ever seen before, came into my office.
    23- Simon, that we had been waiting for, finally arrived.
    24- The plane wasn't taken off until the passengers had been carefully searched.
    25- Pesticides can be poisonous, don't they?
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    There are real dangers facing you and your children. These dangers come from the water we drink, the food we eat and the air we breathe. The whole world must co-operate to solve the problem of pollution which is spreading everywhere.
    1- يمكن أن تحقق طموحاتك في الحياة إذا تحليت بالصبر والإرادة القوية.
    2- يمكن أن نقلل التلوث البيئي عن طريق زراعة المزيد من الأشجار في كل مكان.
    Review: 3 Units: 1-18 Spiders 1-8

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    Review: 3 Units: 1-18 Spiders 1-8
    Test 1
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- Your pen friend has just arrived. You met him or her at the airport. What do you say?
    2- You have just read a new magazine for young people. Recommend it to a friend.
    3- You want to tell a friend not to eat too much fat.
    4- You want to ask someone the way to the post office.
    5- You are being interviewed for the job of a tour guide. You are asked what languages you speak well. What do you say?
    6- Your father thinks that Italy will win the Football World Cup. You don't have the same opinion. What do you say?
    7- Someone wants to speak to your brother on the phone, but he's out. What do you say?
    8- You are at a restaurant. The waiter would like to know what your order is. What do you say?
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: How much is this washing machine?
    B: It's 2,000 pounds.
    A: O.K. I'll buy it.
    2- A: I feel pain in my left eye.
    B: Let me examine you.
    A: Do you think it's serious?
    B: No, it isn't. These eye drops will relieve pain.
    3- A: How long would you like to extend your stay in Belgium, sir?
    B: For 3 months, please.
    A: All right. Here you are. Have a nice stay.
    B: Thank you.
    4- A: Next time I'll send you off.
    B: What for?
    A: For your deliberate foul.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- My parents (bring me up – brought me – brought me up – tell) to respect others, to be good to them, and to work hard.
    2- Mona’s brother works in the (sailors – army – police – navy). She misses him when he goes to sea.
    3- The old man was very (cruel – kind – angry – unhappy) to his two dogs. He didn’t feed them enough and he hit them hard with a stick whenever they made any noise!
    4- I like (problems – challenges – issues – questions) such as hard mathematics problems or difficult questions about history.
    5- The king and all his soldiers finally (conquered – fought – entered – won) the island and its people, and took control of it.
    6- I didn’t expect to win the prize. It happened (kept my cool – in a tight corner – made my day – out of the blue).
    7- This English exercise is very difficult. It is really a (challenge – trouble – difficulty – question) for me!
    8- To travel from Egypt to Greece, you need to travel across the (Pacific – Nile – Atlantic – Mediterranean).
    9- I never (was thinking – thought – think – have thought) that it would be possible to buy things on the internet.
    10- I was surprised to see Tamer today, because he (was telling – has told – tells – had told) me that he was going to travel to America.
    11- The score is 15 goals to the home team and 2 to the visiting team, and there are just five minutes left. The home team (is going winning – will be winning – will win – is going to win).
    12- You look tired. I’m sure (was looking – you'll feel – you're going to feel – looks) better when you have had some rest.
    13- I really like (an teacher – teacher – the teacher – teachers) at my school.
    14- (Sun – The sun – A sun – An sun) is a huge star which gives the earth light and heat.
    15- This weekend I (am going play – will play – will playing – am playing) in a football match for my school team.
    16- (Teaching – Teachers – The teachers – A teacher) need to have a lot of patience.
    17- China (has changed – changed - is changing – would change) greatly in terms of its cultural values over the past five years.
    18- I (get – have got – will get – got) quite a low grade in the English exam last week, so I am studying harder and harder.
    19- Let's not go anywhere at the weekend. The weather reports say it is going to be rainy; (in addition - because – as well – yet), we have a project to complete then.
    20- She hurt her ankle, (although – because – if – so) she cannot attend her swimming lesson for a while.
    21- (In spite of – Because – However – Although) the strong opposition by most people, the government seems determined to go ahead with the new property tax.
    22- I don't suppose that Eisenhower will be elected however hard he struggles as he is not completely supported by the committee.
    23- There were (so many – much more – less - many more) participants at the conference than we had predicted, so we had trouble seating them.
    24- Somebody has taken my dictionary, (hasn't he – don't they – haven't they – won't they)?
    25- A new nuclear power plant (can be build – has to build – will build - can be built) in the Western desert.
    26- It's five months since we (have been transferred – were transferred – had been transferred – were being transferred) to this company.
    27- Not again! This is the third time I (lose – am losing – had lost – have lost) my keys since I left home this morning.
    28- If I had seen Mary last night, I (would have reminded – will remind – would remind – reminded) her to bring my CD.
    29- (Despite – Though – In spite – If) he spent a lot of years in England, his English is terrible.
    30- (A – An – The – No article) Citadel in Cairo is one of the most important tourist sites.
    31- We are never (such - too – enough – much) old to believe in a dream or too young to make one come true.
    32- The man (which – where – who – whom) was accused of robbing the bank was released on bail.
    33- (Neighbourly – Neighbour – Neighbouring – Neighbours) means friendly and helpful.
    34- To (steel – stale – still – steal) is to take something that does not belong to you.
    35- A (book – catalogue – novel – tale) is a list of things with information about them.
    36- The main (accusation – controversy – reason – moral) I do sport is because I want to do something with other people.
    37- He would like to study French (literature – agriculture – feature – treasure). He's specially interested in drama and poetry.
    38- In the storm, I took (filter – shooter – shelter – cheater) under a tree.
    39- The average height of the sea is called sea (devil – level – label – channel).
    40- When you (employ – fire – apply – reply) someone, you pay them to work for you.
    41- Something which is (local – focal – global – abnormal) affects or includes the whole world.
    42- (Running – Boxing – Swimming – Canoeing) is a sport using a long narrow boat.
    43- A (connection – detection – collection – deletion) is a set of similar things kept together.
    44- (Football – Judo – Basketball – Canoeing) is a sport in which two people try to throw each other onto the ground.
    45- Some scientists believe that genetically (modified – applied – liquefied – beautified) food can solve the problem of food shortage.
    46- The sailors used a (stick – line – harpoon – knife) to hunt the whale.
    47- There's a (flow – photo – picture – view) of the river from the balcony of my apartment.
    48- Two people went (to miss – missed – missing – blessing) while they were searching for the treasure.
    49- We ran out of our food (supplies – applies – replies – cries) during the journey.
    50- Her shoes wore (in – at – out – to) quickly.
    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- What was the first person you spoke to today?
    2- I usually talk to herself, so people sometimes think I am mad.
    3- He was the only superior of the plane crash.
    4- Global warming will cause the snow at the poles to meet.
    5- A wreckage tour is a holiday planned by a company for tourists.
    6- I tried to proceed him to come with us , but it was no good.
    7- Thousands of people had to accompany their homes because of the earthquake.
    8- He has very good hardships with his neighbours.
    9- When you use a credit card, your money leaves your bank immediately.
    10- We should show aggression to people who have different ideas from our own.
    11- She had a frightened dream last night.
    12- It was unexpected. It all happened away of the blue.
    13- The tiger where came from Africa escaped from the zoo.
    14- I haven't succeeded to find a job yet.
    15- Plants don't grow if we deprived them of water.
    16- Of the twins, Susan was the most talkative.
    17- We will continue the game after the rain will stop.
    18- He rarely eats at that restaurant, doesn't he?
    19- The search for new sources of allergy is vital for the future of our planet.
    20- He carefully taped the chemistry lecture so that he can listen to it again.
    21- It was Thomas Edison who once observes that genius is mainly a matter of hard work.
    22- A baby elephant is quiet large at birth. It weighs nearly 2000 pounds.
    23- Has she had time, she probably would have finished the letter.
    24- He was not at all surprised hearing the news.
    25- Many people died when the boat drowned.
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1- Why did the oldest robber believe that he and his men wouldn't die?
    2- How did the internet play an important part in the fight against the spiders?
    Complete the following to make meaningful sentences:
    1- Professor Jones believed that it might take years ------------------------------------------
    2- A female spider is much more dangerous than a male spider because --------------------
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "And the plants are in there. We mustn't lose them."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- Why mustn't they lose the plants?
    9- A) Translate into Arabic:
    Nobody is going to hand you success on a silver plate. If you want to make it, you'll have to make it on your own. In order to be successful, you should have courage, ambition, self-confidence and self-dependence.
    B) Translate into English:
    1- لقد أحرزت مصر تقدما كبيرا في مجالات الرياضة و الصناعة و التجارة ووسائل الاتصال.
    2- يُعد الغلاء و نقص الغذاء من أخطر المشكلات التي تعاني منها جميع دول العالم علي السواء.
    Test 2
    1- Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- The shop assistant asks you how you would like to pay for your suit. What do you say?
    2- You have borrowed a book from your friend. You would like to keep it longer.
    3- You call on your friend while he is having dinner. You apologise. What do you say?
    4- You are booking a room at a hotel. The receptionist asks you what type of room you'd like.
    5- You politely ask the man sitting by the bus window to open it.
    6- Someone asks you what you think about violent films on TV. What do you say?
    7- You are visiting a friend who's ill in hospital. What do you say to him?
    8- Your friend would like you to go to the cinema with him. You refuse politely, giving a reason.
    2- Say where these mini-dialogues are taking place and who the speakers are:
    1- A: Have you got anything to declare, sir?
    B: Yes, two video cassette players and 3 laptops.
    A: you'll have to pay 300 pounds.
    2- A: I'd like two tickets to Honolulu, please.
    B: When would you like to travel?
    A: Monday morning.
    B: Here you are. You'll have to be at the airport two hours before departure time.
    3- A: Excuse me, where can I get the tickets?
    B: From the office over there.
    A: What should I do next?
    B: You put them into the machine and take them again. You must keep them.
    4- A: This alarm system does not work properly.
    B: Don't worry, sir. I'll fix it for you.
    A: When will it be ready? .B: Tomorrow morning.
    3- Choose the correct answer:
    1- He didn’t have any money in his (wallet – house – bag – bank account) because he had used his credit card too much.
    2- He had knocked at the door and (rings – rang – rung – ringing) the doorbell twice.
    3- Had I driven 80 miles an hour, I (was arrested – will arrest – would be arrested – would have been arrested).
    4- As soon as we had run out of gas, we (stop – had stopped – stopped – are stopping) to fill up the car.
    5- Neither Sam nor Helen (speaks – speak – are speaking – is spoken) French.
    6- It is (believe – believes – believing – believed) that our planet is in danger.
    7- It was (so – enough – such – such a) pleasant day that we sat in the garden for hours.
    8- He (explains – will explain – would explain – would have explained) it well if he were a teacher.
    9- You might have enjoyed yourself if you (come – came – had come – have come) with us last night.
    10- Had I not owed the money, I (wouldn't pay – don't pay – hadn't paid – wouldn't have paid) it.
    11- The company made the customer (pay – paid – paying – had paid) the bill.
    12- Birds have to learn (to using – using - - use – to use) their wings.
    13- A lawyer must deal (honest – honestly – honesty –honour) with his clients.
    14- (Since – So – Yet – Therefore) the children were tired, their mother put them to bed.
    15- As soon as he (will get – had got – gets – had gotten) his cheque, he can buy the books he needs.
    16- He talked about his travels to Europe (wherever – whatever – whenever – whoever) he visited his relatives in Cairo.
    17- He said that the medicine tasted (terribly – terrible – beautifully – awfully).
    18- Albert Einstein was the scientist who (develops – has developed – developed – is developing) the theory of relativity.
    19- No drug has been proved to be (as addictive-such addictive-so addictive-more addictive) than nicotine which is found in cigarettes.
    20- (Driven – Having driven – Being driving – Drive) for 10 hours, we stopped to rest.
    21- We (don't have – hadn't had – haven't had – should have) a meeting since last month.
    22- My grandfather (has died – would die – had dies – died) over 20 years ago.
    23- The newspaper reported that a new tax law (passes – has passed – had passed – had been passed).
    24- Thomas Edison, (that – whom – who – whose) invented the electric light, was a scientist.
    25- He (had – made – took – acted) a serious operation while he was in the hospital. He's now quite well.
    26- Look! That woman (runs – has run – is running – will be running) to catch the bus.
    27- Thirty dollars (has – are – is – were) too much to pay for that bag.
    28- Something which is (imagination – imaginary – imagined – imaginative) contains new and interesting ideas.
    29- Something which is (ridiculous – jealous – marvelous –infectious) is very silly.
    30- (Neighbour – Neighbourly – Neighbouring – Neighbours) means near the place you are talking about.
    31- You can't play (running – swimming – jogging – football) on your own.
    32- An (active – Activity – Activation – Actual) is something that is done or is being done.
    33- The government is doing its best to improve the economic (sanitation – sensation – situation – salutation).
    34- She (had – said – did – made) a decision to study archaeology.
    35- To (split – spit – spill – spell) means to divide.
    36- A (violet – violin – violent – velvet) person is someone who hurts others.
    37- A/An (pessimistic – optimistic – realistic – sarcastic) person thinks that whatever happens will be bad.
    38- The (high – highest – higher – height) we go, the less heat there is in the air.
    39- To (disable – disappear – discount – distribute) is to supply goods to shops and companies in a particular area.
    40- A small car is more (economical – anatomical – ethical – logical) than a large one.
    41- (Commercially – Confidentially – Continuously – Economically) means without stopping.
    42- I have a wonderful (quotation – connection – collection – conclusion) of rare stamps.
    43- Our national team (scored – stared – achieved - made) two goals in the last match.
    44- Today, many electrical goods (make – are making – to make - are made) in China.
    45- To take (place – part – the place – port) is to do something together with other people.
    46- Egypt trades (with – in – about - of) other countries.
    47- (Sterilization – Starvation – Reclamation - Poisoning) is suffering or death from lack of food.
    48- This food is (flatten – forgotten – rotten - written). You mustn't eat it.
    49- They (hated - hunted – helped – killed) the leopard for two days and finally managed to catch it.
    50- He lives in a beautiful apartment on the third (flower – flour – storey – starry).
    4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and write them correctly:
    1- I ran more farther than the other contestants.
    2- He is the most successful of the two businessmen.
    3- It was clear that the grass had cut.
    4- The student has spent 5 hours in the library yesterday.
    5- My husband prefer to eat his meals at home.
    6- Not only he broke two glasses, but also he left the table dirty.
    7- Please show me how does this machine work?
    8- I am sometimes forgetting my phone number.
    9- I don't finish cleaning the room yet.
    10- When you want to ask a question, rise your hand.
    11- If you had told her she was wrong yesterday, she would be angry.
    12- She told me she has never been to Honolulu.
    13- When John was painted the garage, some of the paint spilled on his shirt.
    14- When I was 15, I might learn to cook very well.
    15- He has a lot of ideas and he know how to express them.
    16- Some supermarkets are built on down skirts of Cairo.
    17- A plot is a large building with many homes in it.
    18- A multistory car park has many devils.
    19- After three years of disagreement, the two parties finally reached a puzzlement.
    20- We had a fire arm installed in our new flat.
    21- People use the internet for different proposes.
    22- Most countries are trying hard to dissolve the problem of global warming.
    23- The whitehouse effect is the problem caused by the increased quantities of gases such as carbon dioxide in the air.
    24- To penetrate means to work together.
    25- My son won the first prize at school. This really made my week.
    The Spiders
    7- Answer the following questions:
    1- What did the four robbers do in order not to alert others to their presence?
    2- Why is it likely that spiders will spread through Africa, Asia and Europe?
    Complete the following to make meaningful sentences:
    1- The police wanted to stop anyone going near the site because ------------------------------
    2- Ayman's uncle said that stories about dangerous spiders ---------------------------------
    Read the quotation and answer the questions:
    "I feel like a new person with a new future."
    1- Who said this to whom?
    2- Why did the speaker feel like a new person with a new future?
    9- A)Translate into Arabic:
    In some poor countries, over 20 percent of the children die in their first year of life. The reason for this is the lack of medical care and medicine. Another cause is food and water shortage.
    1- تلقي قضية حقوق الإنسان اهتماما كبيرا من قبل المنظمات الدولية المختلقة.
    2- تحذر الدولة الشباب دائما من الهجرة غير الشرعية لتجنب التعرض للمخاطر.

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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 4:02 pm

    Translation Passages
    1) Translate into Arabic:
    Groundwater is very important for the existence of human society. Millions of people living in rural and urban areas use groundwater for drinking, cooking, cleaning, showering, and all other types of activities. For this reason, groundwater must be protected from contamination.
    Translate into English:
    1- مما لا شك فيه أن مصر قادرة علي مواكبة الدول المتقدمة وتحقيق التقدم في كل المجالات.
    2- لابد أن نشجع الاستثمارات الأجنبية في مصر من أجل تحسين الاقتصاد المصري.
    2) Translate into Arabic:
    The demand for water has increased over the years and this has led to water scarcity in many parts of the world. The situation is aggravated by the problem of water contamination. The world is heading towards a freshwater crisis mainly due to improper management of water resources and environmental degradation.
    Translate into English:
    1- يمكننا جميعا أن نسهم بشكل فعال في حماية البيئة من التلوث.
    2- لقد كان للأزمة المالية تأثير خطير علي الاقتصاد العالمي.
    3) Translate into Arabic:
    Egypt insists on its traditional share of the Nile River and has warned basin countries against signing a water-sharing agreement in which it is excluded. Egypt’s share of the Nile water is a historic right that Egypt has defended throughout its history,” The ministry of water resources and irrigation is doing its best to provide adequate water supplies for all Egyptians.
    Translate into English:
    1- ان التلوث البيئي ربما يؤدي في النهاية الي فناء الجنس البشري.
    2- يجب أن تحاول مصر تحسين اقتصادها عن طريق تنفيذ الكثير من المشروعات الضخمة.
    4) Translate into Arabic:
    There is now a growing interest in a more natural, organic, method of growing our food. More and more people are demanding food which is not contaminated with dangerous chemicals or grown with artificial fertilizers.
    Translate into English:
    1- الحصول علي وظيفة في المستقبل سوف يتطلب مهارات خاصة ولذلك لا بد أن نعد أطفالنا جيدا للمستقبل.
    2- لا زالت الأمية تمثل مشكلة اجتماعية خطيرة ولا بد أن نبذل جهودا كبيرة للقضاء عليها.
    5) Translate into Arabic:
    Natural disasters are hazards caused by events such as earthquakes, tornadoes and volcanoes that result in a risk to human lives and activities. Natural hazards can have secondary effects as well, such as a drought leading to famine and disease.
    Translate into English:
    1- القراءة هي أفضل وسيلة للتعرف علي الثقافات الأخرى و بناء مجتمع أفضل .
    2- يعتقد الكثير من الناس أن الطاقة النووية مصدر نظيف متجدد للطاقة.
    6) Translate into Arabic:
    The causes of natural disasters are many. Human activities play a role in the frequency and severity of disasters. A natural disaster is a disruption in the balance of the environment. It causes property damage and loss of life. Understanding the causes of natural disasters can help us to prevent them or at least alleviate their repercussions.
    Translate into English:
    1- ربما يؤدي نقص المياه الي حروب بين الدول في المستقبل القريب.
    2- إذا تغير توازن الطبيعة فان الحياة على الأرض ستكون في خطر كبير.
    7) Translate into Arabic:
    Organic agriculture is an environmentally friendly production system. It offers African and other developing countries a wide range of economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.
    Translate into English:
    1- يمكنك الآن شراء دائرة معارف كاملة على اسطوانتين فقط.
    2- تعتمد الأمم علي العلم لتحقيق التقدم في كل المجالات .
    Cool Translate into Arabic:
    Trees are very important to our environment. It purifies air and also provides food for human beings. But the ever-increasing population is destroying the existing forests, which in turn will lead to the destruction of humankind itself.
    Translate into English:
    1- يعمل الكمبيوتر بسرعة و كفاءة و بدون ارتكاب أخطاء.
    2- تعتمد كثير من الدول علي محطات الطاقة النووية للحصول علي الكهرباء.
    9) Translate into Arabic:
    Lifelong learning has become a necessity in the era of globalization. We live in the Knowledge Age, which means that the ability to apply the right knowledge effectively is an important skill and the cornerstone of our success.
    Translate into English:
    1- سوف يشهد المستقبل القريب تقدما هائلا في إنتاج السيارات الذكيـة.
    2- لا يزال بناء الأهرامات سرا غامضا لم يستطع العلماء الكشف عنه.
    10) Translate into Arabic:
    Learning foreign languages needs never stop. One shouldn’t learn a foreign language merely to achieve an immediate professional or academic aim and then give it up. He should carry on learning as it is a valuable experience that enriches his life.
    Translate into English:
    1- علي كل فرد في مجتمعنا أن يشارك في تحمل المسئولية للتغلب علي مشاكلنا الاجتماعية و الاقتصادية و البيئية.
    2- تحارب مصر الإرهاب بكل صوره لأنه يحاول تدمير اقتصادنا القومي.
    11) Translate into Arabic:
    To be interested in something is a golden rule in life. If a person is always chained to his office, he will grow physically and mentally weak. If such a person has a hobby, his daily work will no longer be tiring.
    Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن نستخدم أفضل الطرق لتربية أطفالنا الصغار.
    2- لقد كان للعلم و الثقافة اثر بارز في حياة الإنسان و تطوره على مر العصور.
    12) Translate into Arabic:
    Some of the most important aims of education are to build up an Egyptian citizen who is able to face the future and to create a productive society. Education also aims at preparing a generation of scientists for the service of humanity.
    Translate into English:
    1- تصبـو كل الدول المحبة للسلام إلى عالم يسوده السلام و التعاون.
    2- يجب أن نبذل ما بوسعنا لمواجهة التحديات و بناء مجتمع منتج .
    13) Translate into Arabic:
    Practising activities at school is of great importance. Teachers should encourage their students to participate effectively in school activities. Such activities help students to learn some values like co-operation, respect for others, self-confidence and perseverance.
    Translate into English:
    1- إن موقع مصر الجغرافي المتميز و آثارها الرائعة جعلها واحدة من أهم الدول السياحية في العالم .
    2- نستطيع تطوير المناطق الريفية عن طريق إنشاء الكثير من المشروعات هناك.
    14) Translate into Arabic:
    Over-population in Egypt has led to many other problems like illiteracy, heavy traffic and unemployment. The government should exert more efforts to bring down the population growth rates. It should also pay more attention to the development of human resources.
    Translate into English:
    1- تجذب الآثار و المتاحف المصرية مـلايين السياح من كل أنحاء العالم .
    2- تلعب المكتبات العامة دورا هاما في إثراء ثقافة الناس.
    15) Translate into Arabic:
    Cigarette smoking is linked directly with lung cancer. Today, in many countries, as many as one third of all cancer deaths are attributed to cigarette smoking. It is also known that smoking increases the risks of other diseases of the heart and lungs.
    Translate into English:
    1- لقد أحدثت أجهزة الكمبيوتر و شبكات الأقمار الصناعية ثورة في المعلومات و الاتصـالات .
    2- إن تدمير الغابات الطبيعية يؤثر تأثيرا سيئا علي البيئة
    16) Translate into Arabic:
    Healthy food should include vitamins and proteins. It has to be fresh and low in fat and salt. It shouldn’t contain harmful chemical additives. If we don’t eat the right food, we will get ill and lose our ability to do our work well.
    Translate into English:
    1- للاختراعات الحديثة الكثير من المزايا ، كم أن لها بعض العيوب .
    2- إن المرأة المصري عنصر فعال و شريك أساسي في التنمية الشامـلة .
    17) Translate into Arabic:
    Energy is necessary for development. It is essential for all productive activities required to achieve higher standards of living. Man’s great progress in industry and agriculture is due to energy.
    Translate into English:
    1- علينا أن نشجع استخدام المواد المعاد تصنيعهـا مثل الورق و الزجاج و المعادن.
    2- معرض القاهرة الدولي للكتاب مهرجان ثقافي رائع .
    18) Translate into Arabic:
    The Egyptian woman has acquired all her rights. She is also represented in all international organizations concerned with women’s affairs. Moreover, services are rendered to provide family guidance and child’s welfare.
    Translate into English:
    1- لقد كتب نجيب محفوظ الكثير من الروايات التي ترجمت إلى لغات عديدة .
    2- الشركات متعددة الجنسيات لها تأثير كبير علي الاقتصاد العالمي .
    19) Translate into Arabic:
    Egypt has always been known as the “Birthplace of Civilization” because of its long and rich history. We are now keen on restoring our glories to keep pace with progress in developed countries.
    Translate into English:
    1- يهدد التلوث حياة الإنسان و الحيوانات و النباتات في كل مكان .
    2- الصناعة هي العمود الفقري للاقتصـاد في مصـر .
    20) Translate into Arabic:
    The world’s ever increasing population means more houses, more roads, more factories, and this means less land for animals and plants. Over-population also means more waste and pollution, and this makes life increasingly difficult for many creatures.
    Translate into English:
    1- لقد شهد معرض القاهرة الدولي للكتـاب تطورا هائلا في السنوات القليلة الماضية .
    2- من الضروري أن نقوم بدراسة ثقافات الدول الأخرى
    21) Translate into Arabic:
    The promotion of international co-operation and peace through education is one of UNESCO’s basic aims. It is the only means for the accomplishment of prosperity, real and lasting peace among the peoples of the world.
    Translate into English:
    1- تبذل الدولة ما بوسعها لتطوير التعليم و إنشاء المزيد من المدارس و الجامعات.
    2- يجب أن توفر الدولة الرعاية الصحية للمواطنين الذين يعيشون في الأحياء الفقيرة.
    22) Translate into Arabic:
    Undoubtedly, tourism is a chief source of national income and hard currency. The government exerts great efforts to develop the tourist industry. The aim is to attract a greater number of tourists to visit Egypt, the land of civilization.
    Translate into English:
    1- إن السياحة هي ثاني أهم مصدر للعملة الأجنبية لمصر بعد المنتجات البتروليـة .
    2- الأطفال هم مستقبل مصر ولذا يجب أن نقدم لهم كل الرعاية الممكنة.
    23) Translate into Arabic:
    Arab countries must co-operate economically to achieve prosperity for the Arab world. They should solve their problems in the Arab League. Besides, they have to encourage the Arab scientists to make progress in the field of science.
    Translate into English:
    1- لا بد أن نفعل شيئـا لحل مشكلات المرور و التلوث في المدن .
    2- يستخدم الفلاحون الآن الطرق الحديثة في ري وزراعة الأراضي.
    24) Translate into Arabic:
    It is time the Arab Common Market was set up. The Arabs have common ties and interests that should help to put the Common Market into effect. The age which we live in has no room for small and weak countries.
    Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن يتوقف الناس عن التدخين لأنه يبدد المال و يدمر الصحة و يسبب الوفـاة
    2- يجب أن تتعاون كل دول العالم للتخلص من أسلحة الدمار الشامل.
    25) Translate into Arabic:
    Our deserts are part of our chief sources of wealth. If we give them due care, we can increase our national income by increasing the cultivated land and constructing new industrial projects. New cities could be set up in these areas and lead to our economic development.
    Translate into English:
    1- من الطبيعي أن تكون لمصر علاقات قوية مع كل الدول لأنها دولة رائدة غي كل المجالات .
    2- تعتبر قناة السويس مصدرا هاما من مصادر الدخل القومي.
    26) Translate into Arabic:
    In Egypt, the population is doubling every twenty four years. Research shows that the size of the family is connected with the standard of women’s education. If more girls are educated, the size of the family will certainly be smaller.
    Translate into English:
    1- مهارات الكمبيوتر ضرورية للغاية لمواجهة المنافسة الشديدة في سوق العمل .
    2- يلجأ بعض الشباب الي تعاطي المخدرات كوسيلة للهروب من مشكلاتهم.
    27) Translate into Arabic:
    Experts recommend that young people must be prepared to learn throughout their lives, acquire new skills, especially computer skills, and be prepared to move jobs frequently. Young people should be ready to face the challenges of the future.
    Translate into English:
    1- وضعت الحكومة خطة طموحة لتحسين الاقتصاد المصري .
    2- في بعض الدول يُستخدم قصب السكر في صناعة وقود للسيارات والمركبات الأخري.
    28) Translate into Arabic:
    Students should be encouraged to surf the internet. They can get the latest information about anything they want. In this way, they can develop their knowledge on important subjects. Students can even learn a new language by using the internet.
    Translate into English:
    1- يجب أن نضاعف الجهود لكي نزيد الإنتاج و نحقق الرخاء لكل المواطنين .
    2- يجب أن نقلل استخدامنا لأنواع الوقود غير المتجددة مثل البترول والفحم.
    29) Translate into Arabic:
    Genetically modified food is becoming a major issue, particularly in developing countries. Some scientists claim that GM food is harmless and others claim it is extremely dangerous. It is feared that great damage may be done to our planet if GM food is allowed to proliferate.
    Translate into English:
    1- تستخدم الآن الكثير من الطرق الحديثة في الزراعة وهذا يؤدي إلى زيادة المحاصيل وتحسين التربة .
    2- يجب أن يشجع الآباء والمعلمون الأطفال الصغار علي الذهاب إلي المكتبات لاستعارة الكتب التي يحبونها.
    30) Translate into Arabic:
    Young people everywhere are the future of the world. Their actions and reactions affect all life on this planet. Therefore, they should acquire sufficient knowledge and skills to make the world a better place for all who live on it, now and in the future.
    Translate into English:
    1- تلعب التكنولوجيا الحديثة دورا كبيرا في التعليم ولذا يجب أن تزود كل المدارس بأجهزة الكمبيوتر والمعامل الحديثة.
    2- يجب أن يعرف العالم بأسره أن مصر بلد محب للسلام وضد الارهاب.
    31) Translate into Arabic:
    Environmental pollution has existed since people began to congregate in towns and cities. The dangerous effects of pollution became more noticeable as cities grew during the Middle Ages. In the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution placed greater pressures on the environment, and pollution increased dramatically.
    Translate into English:
    1- تلعب وسائل الإعلام دورا هاما في زيادة الوعي بالمخاطر الناجمة عن التلوث البيئي .
    2- ستظل مصر رائدة للحضارة بشعبها العظيم وتاريخها المجيد.
    32) Translate into Arabic:
    Scientists believe that the earth's climate may be warming up. Many areas previously covered with ice are now melting due to the increase in carbon dioxide pollution. Another reason for global warming is the loss of rain forests.
    1- الغذاء السليم ضروري لتجنب الإصابة بكثير من الأمراض.
    2- النوم بجوار المحمول شديد الخطورة ، فالمحمول بمثابة مفاعل نووي خطير.
    Translate into English
    1- يموت الآلاف من البشر في عديد من الدول بسبب الجوع كل عام.
    2- نقص الغذاء يهدد حياة الملايين من البشر في كل أنحاء العالم.
    3- سوف يعاني ملايين البشر في أفريقيا من ندرة المياه بسبب التغير المناخي.
    4- سوف يزيد التغير المناخي من مخاطر الفيضانات و الجفاف.
    5- هل تعتقد أن الطعام المعدل وراثيا هو الحل لمشكلة نقص الغذاء في الدول النامية؟
    6- ان هناك الآن دليلا قاطعا علي أن استخدام الكيماويات السامة في الزراعة و الصناعة يسبب الكثير من الأمراض.
    7- تلعب وسائل الاعلام دورا حيويا في توعية الناس بمخاطر التلوث.
    8- الصناعة و الزراعة و السياحة هي المصادر الرئيسة للدخل القومي.
    9- يهدف التعليم الي خلق مواطن مصري قادر علي مواجهة تحديات الحياة الحديثة.
    10- شاركت كثير من الدول في معرض القاهرة الدولي للكتاب العام الماضي.
    11- ان التعلم عن بعد سوف يصبح واسع الانتشار في المستقبل القريب.
    12- تولي الحكومة اهتماما كبيرا بالأطفال ذوي الاحتياجات الخاصة.
    13- ان ملايين الناس يستخدمون الانترنت في الوقت الحالي لأغراض مختلفة.
    14- تبذل الحكومة جهودا مضنية للحد من ارتفاع الأسعار.
    15- يجب أن تفكر بطريقة ايجابية وتحاول أن تكون متفائلا.
    16- يعتبر الدكتور مجدي يعقوب رائدا في مجال جراحة القلب المفتوح.
    17- يوجد الكثير من اوجه الشبه بين الموسيقى و اللغة.
    18- نفخر بأن التعليم هو المشروع القومي الأول في مصر.
    19- يجب أن تجد الحكومة حلا لمشاكل المرور التي تؤدي إلى الكثير من الحوادث
    20- سوف تجذب سياحة الفضاء الكثير من الناس في المستقبل القريب.
    21- إن النجاح في تطوير نظام التعليم يتطلب تعاون كل أفراد المجتمع .
    22- إن تطوير الصناعة في مصر يمكن أن يؤدي إلى الرخاء الاقتصادي.
    23- من الضروري أن نحاول ترشيد استخدام الطاقة في المنازل و أماكن العمل.
    24- يؤدى التضخم السكاني إلى مشكلات خطيرة في الدول الناميـــة.
    25- الزلازل ظاهرة طبيعية لا يمكن التنبؤ بهـا و تسبب أضرارا هائلة .
    26- لقد فرح المصريون فى كل مكان بنجاح ثورة 25 يناير.
    27- إن الحوار والنقد البناء هما الوسيلة الوحيدة لحل جميع المشكلات القومية.
    28- إن بناء المدن الجديدة و المصانع الضخمة سوف يسهم في رفع مستوي المعيشة .
    29- إن التعاون بين كل دول العالم سوف يؤدي إلى السلام و الاستقرار .
    30- يؤكد خبراء البيئة أن النسور مهددة بالانقراض بسبب الصيد الجائر.
    31- إن استصلاح الصحــراء وزراعتها يساعد في حل مشكلة التزايد السكاني وزيادة الدخل القومي
    32- علينا أن نحترم قواعد المرور لكي نتجنب حوادث الطرق التي ينتج عنها كثير من الوفيات .
    33- تحذر الدولة الشباب دائما من الهجرة غير الشرعية لتجنب التعرض للمخاطر.
    34- إن الرياضة ليست مكسبا أو خسارة ولكنها تقوية للجسم وتهذيب للنفس.
    35- إن المعرفة والابتكار هما قاعدتا التقدم في المستقبل.
    36- تتأثر السياحة تأثرا كبيرا بالأحداث الجارية في العالم.
    37- لولا الضوء و الحرارة التي نحصل عليها من الشمس لما كانت هناك حياة علي الأرض .
    38- يجب أن تعمل الحكومة علي تقليل الاستيراد وزيادة الصادرات من أجل حماية الصناعة المحلية.
    39- تلقي قضية حقوق الإنسان اهتماما كبيرا من قبل المنظمات الدولية المختلفة.
    40- يجب إعادة النظر في الخريطة السكانية لمصر و تشجيع الناس علي الانتقال إلى المدن الجديدة.
    41- تدعو الديانات السماوية كلها إلي الحب والسلام والتسامح ونبذ العنف.
    42- إن مستقيل الحياة علي الأرض يتوقف علي نجاح ما نبذله من جهود للقضاء علي التلوث .
    43- يُعد الغلاء ونقص الغذاء من أخطر المشكلات التي تعاني منها جميع دول العالم علي السواء.
    44- تساند مصر القضية الفلسطينية و تسعي إلى تحقيق السلام الشامل في الشرق الأوسط .
    45- إن الاهتمام بالموهوبين وتنمية قدراتهم هو بداية لعصر حضاري جديد في مصر.
    46- يقاس تقدم الأمم بمدي اهتمامها بقضايا البيئة علي اختلاف أنواعها .
    47- يجب أن نفعل ا بوسعنا لحل مشكلات المرو وتقليل حوادث الطرق.
    48- إن حفلات الزفاف مناسبات هامة في كل بلد ، و هناك تقاليد للزفاف تختلف باختلاف البلد.
    49- يسعي كثير من خريجي الجامعات الي السفر للخارج بهدف البحث عن عمل.
    50- الزيادة المستمرة في سكان العالم تعني زيادة في استهلاك الموارد الطبيعية مما يؤثر تأثيرا سلبيا علي البيئة.
    51- القراءة تنمي العقل و تجعل الإنسان علي وعي بما يدور حوله في المجتمع و العالم الخارجي.
    52- لقد بدأ الجليد في القطبين الشمالي والجنوبي في الانصهار نتيجة الاحتباس الحراري.
    53- إن العمل الجاد وزيادة الإنتاج هما السبيل الوحيد لحل كافة مشاكلنا الاقتصادية .
    54- أعدت الحكومة خطة شاملة لترميم وصيانة الآثار باستخدام أحدث الأجهزة.
    55- تعتبر الأمية مرضا اجتماعيا خطيرا يجب القضـاء عليـــه .
    56- يستخدم الناس الإنترنت في الوقت الحالي لأغراض الحصول علي المعلومات و الاتصالات و الإعلان و التسوق و البحث عن الوظائف.
    57- السياحة البيئية في غاية الأهمية لأنها تحافظ علي البيئة.
    58- لم تعد الوظيفة الحكومية هدفا يسعي إليه الشباب الطموح المتطلع إلى غد أفضل .
    95- أدت الأزمة المالية العالمية إلي حدوث مشكلات اقتصادية في معظم دول العالم.
    60- سوف يشهد المستقبل القريب تطورا كبيرا في سياحة الفضاء التي ستجذب الكثير من الناس .
    61- يستخدم العلماء أساليب حديثة لعلاج كثير من الأمراض.
    62- إن تصدير المنتجات المصرية إلى الخارج يؤدي إلى زيادة دخلنا من العملات الأجنبية .
    63- يستخدم الناس بطاقات الائتمان علي نطاق واسع لشراء ما يحتاجونه من السلع.
    64- يجب أن يتعاون الأفراد مع وزارة البيئة للتخلص من الكميات الهائلة من القمامة و المخلفات التي تؤدي إلى تدمير البيئة.
    65- تساعد الأجهزة الحديثة الأطباء في تشخيص الكثير من الأمراض.
    66- يعتقد كثير من الناس أن الكتـاب الإلكتروني سيحل محل الكتاب العادي في المستقبل القريب.
    67- لا شك أن الرياضة تنمي مواهبنا و تعلمنا التعاون والصبر والثقة بالنفس
    68- يجب علينا أن نتعاون للقضاء علي الإرهاب الذي يحاول تدمير بلادنـا .
    69- التعديل الجيني للمحاصيل يساعد في حماية النباتات من الأمراض.
    70- يجب أن نقدر العمال الذين يعملون في ظروف الطقس السيئة في الصحراء لإقامة مشاريعنا العظيمة هناك .
    71- يجب أن نتخذ كل الإجراءات الممكنة لحماية المواطنين من الأمراض الخطيرة.
    72- يجب أن نستخدم التكنولوجيا الحديثة في جميع مجالات الحياة و خاصة مجال الإنتاج.
    73- هناك الكثير من المنظمات التي تدافع عن حقوق الطفل و المرأة.
    74- يجب أن تهتم الدولة بالعلماء اهتمـاما كبيرا و تمنحهم الكثير من الجوائز في المناسبات القومية.
    75- إن العمل الجماعي يقوي الروابط بين الناس و يعزز القيم الإنسانية ويؤدي إلي تحقيق الأهداف.
    76- إن الاهتمام بالأطفال المعاقين لا يقل أهمية عن الاهتمام بالأطفال الموهوبين.
    77- لقد أحرزت مصر تقدما كبيرا في مختلف مجالات الصناعة و التعليم و التكنولوجيا الحديثة .
    78- تستخدم الأقمار الصنـاعية في الاتصالات و التنبؤ بأحـوال الطقس.
    79- يجب علينا أن نشجع السياحة الداخلية لنعوض ما حدث في السياحة القادمة من الخارج .
    80- تلوث الهـواء مشكلة خطيرة تواجــه الكثير من دول العالم .



    Translate into Arabic:-
    1- In recognition of the important role played by youth in building the future of the country, the state has put in place many projects such as the social fund for development which aims at providing new job opportunities, providing solutions to the unemployment problem and addressing side effects of the economic reform programme.
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    2- Sinai is the land of discovery. It is the route to the promised Land ; where it is sought Osiris and the Pharaohs found gold. It was also where Moses witnessed the Burning Bush and the Bedouins camped near Crusader forts. Sinai a meeting point for three great religions at the Cross roads of Africa and Asia.
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    3- Education for all . All her means both men and women , the old and the young, the rich and the poor, the educated the uneducated in both rural and urban communities .Everyone needs education suitable for the age, its changes and its requirements so that they may contribute to education and benefit from it throughout their lives.
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    4- Communication has become easier and the chance for individuals to obtain mass information at a great speed has become available . This has resulted in a feverish race among nations to obtain advanced technology.
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    5- Environmental problems originate from the relation between man and his culture and natural surrounding .Pollution for instance , is an environmental problem that arises from unwise use and dealing with the natural resources such as air and water.
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    6- Man has to reach a balanced relation with the environment and its components .Hence, education plays an important role in deepening environmental awareness in students and transferring this into good modes of behaviour towards environmental preservation and willingness.
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    7- No one can avoid being influenced by advertisements .Much as we may pride ourselves on our good taste, we are no longer free to choose the things we want for advertising exerts a subtle influence no us. In their efforts to persuade us to buy this or that product , advertisers have made a close study of human nature and have classified all our little weaknesses.
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    8- Tourism has become an essential pillar of Egyptians economic activity , with tourist revenue represents about 25% of Egypt’s total foreign exchange income. With its outstanding tourist assets , Egypt has gained a unique competitive edge on world tourist map.
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    9- Stock market prices have fallen sharply , so private investments must have suffered. Property and land have dropped in value , Thousands of people will suffer without the support from the government.
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    10- Stress can be a friend or an enemy . It can warn you that you are under too much pressure and you should change your way of life. It can kill you, if you do not notice the warning signals. Doctors agree that stress is the biggest single cause of illness in the western world.
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    11- Needless to say, young people are liable to err, do wrong and be misled through inexperience. Therefore they should have their faculties trained by practice to distinguish good from evil. If wrong ideas and evil tendencies are not uprooted , they will have a destructive effect on their lives.
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    12- Seeking peace requires a lot of hard work, patience and compromises. It must be worked out in face to face talks between warring parties. Moreover , it is not until an end is put to the cold war between conflicting groups that it is possible to iron out differences.
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    13- Education is not an end in itself but a means to an end. In other words, we do not educate children for the purpose of education .Our purpose is to make them fit for life.
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    14- Food for all is the major problem for the world today. A hungry world is never likely to be a peaceful one. Unrest through the world most frequently has its main cause in dissatisfaction with that part of the standard of living connected with food.
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    15- Man takes his place among the various living things, for he is part of them. Like all the rest he must seek nourishment, produce his breed and die. But man is different from other living things. He is the only one who can control the environment in which he lives.
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    16- It is well- known that a great technological development has taken, and is taking place. The discovery is already freeing numbers of people from their bondage to nature. They no longer have to spend their time and energy on a never ending struggle with nature to secure the food and shelter they need for their families.
    Translate into Arabic:-
    1- تشجع الحكومة المصرية رجال الأعمال المصريين على إنشاء المصانع واستصلاح الأراضي خاصة في سيناء والمناطق الصحراوية
    2- إن مشكلة الانفجار السكاني هي أخطر مشكلة تواجه العلماء في الوقت الحالي.
    3- تعتبر الطاقة الذرية مصدر خير للإنسان إذا حسن استغلالها .
    4- يجب أن نتحد ونقف وقفة رجل واحد من أجل تحقيق رخاء مصر.
    5- إن انتشار استخدام أجهزة الكمبيوتر في المدارس والمنازل والمصالح الحكومية سيكون له أثره العظيم في تقدم مصر.
    6- تعتبر سلسلة كتب القراءة للجميع ثروة ثقافية لتشجيع جميع المصريين في مختلف الأعمار على القراءة وارتياد المكتبات.
    7- إن زيادة الإنتاج أصبح واجب وطني حتى يمكننا مواجهة مشكلة تزايد السكان والبطالة في مصر.
    8- إن غزو الصحراء وتحويلها إلى أرض خضراء هو أملنا الوحيد في مستقبل مصر .
    9- إن أفضل دعوة لتحقيق الاستقرار للوطن ، ولحل مشكلة الإسكان في مصر هو بناء المدن الجديدة.
    10- تظل قضية تحصين الناس من التضليل الذي يحدثه نشر الأخبار هي أهم قضية تتعلق بمهنة الصحافة.
    11- إن قوى كثيرة – إقليمية ودولية – تنظر إلي تماسك الشعب المصري بكثير من الإعجاب.
    12- تتميز مصر بتأثيرها الإعلامي الواسع الذي يتجاوز حدود الوطن العربي.
    Current events
    1- Demonstrations by angry Copts, as well as Muslims showing solidarity with their Coptic fellow citizens, erupted in various places of the country all week. One initiative emanating from Muslim activists was a call for Muslims to form human shields in front of churches throughout the country during tonight's Christmas.
    اندلعت في أماكن عديدة من الوطن مظاهرات الأقباط الغاضبين و المسلمين أيضا التي أبرزت تضامنهم مع إخوانهم. و انبثقت مبادرة من النشطاء المسلمين بنداء للمسلمين بتكوين درع بشري أمام الكنائس في كل أنحاء الوطن أثناء احتفالات رأس السنة.
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    2- "The terror attack on Alexandria Church was directed against the entire nation, Copts and Muslims. It shocked and disturbed the nation and broke the hearts of all Egyptians, Muslims and Copts."
    إن الهجوم الإرهابي علي كنيسة الإسكندرية كان موجها ضد الأمة كلها أقباط و مسلمين فقد صدمت و أزعجت الأمة و أحزنت قلوب المصريين مسلمين و أقباط.
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    3- Senior politicians, religious leaders and civil society activists have been striving to dissipate the horror and pain felt by Copts following the carnage at the Two Saints Church in Alexandria on New Year's Eve which left more than 22 dead and some hundred injured.
    يسعي كبار السياسيين و القادة الدينيين و نشطاء المجتمع المدني إلي تبديد المخاوف و آلام التي شعر بها الأقباط بعد المجزرة التي وقعت في كنيستي القديسين بالاسنكدرية عشية رأس السنة الجديدة و التي خلفت اكثر من 22 من الوفيات و مئات من الجرحى.
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    4- Ahmed El-Tayeb, the sheikh of Al-Azhar, announced the launch of an anti-sectarian intiative, the Family House. In a joint press conference with Pope Shenouda on Sunday, El-Tayeb explained that the Family House will be run by a committee comprising Muslim and Christian scholars tasked with finding solutions to sectarian strife and resolving communal tensions.
    أعلن شيخ الأزهر احمد الطيب بدأ مبادرة ضد الطائفية بأسم بيت العائلة. في المؤتمر الصحفي المشترك مع البابا شنودة في يوم الأحد أوضح الطيب ان بيت العائلة سوف يدار بواسطة تشمل علماء دين مسلمين و مسيحين تكلف بإيجاد حلول للاحتقان و التوتر الطائفي
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    5- National unity in Egypt and good relations between Muslims and Copts is not a slogan but rather a tangible reality reflected in the unique experience of the people. Differences that emerge from time to time are only natural and can even happen within the same family whether Muslim or Christian.
    الوحده الوطنيه فى مصر والعلاقات الطيبه بين المسلمين والاقباط ليست شعار بل واقعا ملموسا ينعكس فى تجربة فريدة من نوعها للشعب والخلافات التى تظهر من حين لاخر طبيعيه جدا وقد تحدث داخل الاسرة الواحدة مسلمة كانت او مسيحية.
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    6- Joy flooded the Egyptians after the announcement of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak and the Egyptians went out to the balconies on the streets of Cairo and taken to the launch of joy.
    غمرت البهجة المصريين بعد الاعلان عن تنحي الرئيس حسني مبارك وخرجت مصريات الى الشرفات في شوارع القاهرة وأخذن في اطلاق الزغاريد.
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    7- Cars sped in all the streets of Greater Cairo, carrying flags, in the direction of Tahrir Square in central Cairo to celebrate the departure of the system, and President Mubarak, after 18 days of the outbreak of the demonstrations of anger, which turned into a popular revolution to all corners of the ruling regime.
    انطلقت السيارات في كافة شوارع القاهرة الكبرى، حاملة الأعلام، في اتجاه ميدان التحرير بوسط القاهرة، للاحتفال برحيل النظام، والرئيس مبارك، بعد 18 يوماً من اندلاع تظاهرات الغضب، والتي تحولت إلى ثورة شعبية على كافة أركان النظام الحاكم.
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    8- Egypt's Al-Azhar, the world's most prominent seat of Sunni Islam, indefinitely suspended an inter-faith dialogue with the Vatican in response to Pope Benedict XVI’s repeated criticism of Islam and the condition of Copts in Egypt.
    قام الأزهر ، المقعد العالمي الأبرز في الإسلام السني ، بتجميد حوار الأديان مع الفاتيكان إلى أجل غير مسمى ردا على انتقادات البابا بنديكت السادس عشر المتكررة للإسلام وحالة الأقباط في مصر
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    9- Tahrir Square is a major public square in Downtown Cairo. The square was originally called "Midan Ismailia". After the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, the square's name was changed to Midan Tahrir. It has been one of the main locations of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.
    إن ميدان التحرير هو ميدان عام و كبير فى وسط القاهرة و كان فى الأساس يسمى " ميدان الإسماعيلية " و قد تغير أسمه الى ميدان التحرير بعد الثورة المصرية عام 1952و لقد أصبح واحدا ًمن المواقع الرئيسية لثورة المصريين عام 2011.
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    10- The spark of the 25 January Egyptian Revolution has turned into wildfire spreading over the region, undermining fragile regimes that have kept the Arab people down for so long. Angry protests broke out simultaneously in Bahrain, Yemen, and Libya, all wanting to emulate the Tunisian and Egyptian models.
    شرارة الثورة المصرية 25 يناير تحولت إلى جحيم هبت على المنطقة ، وتقويض الأنظمة الهشة التي هيمنت على الشعب العربي لفترة طويلة. وفي آن واحد إندلعت احتجاجات غاضبة في البحرين ، واليمن ، وليبيا ، راغبين في محاكاة النماذج التونسية والمصرية.
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    11- Egypt witnessed a new image of democracy in Egypt since the revolution of January 25, where 45 million citizens went to the polls to express their views in a referendum on constitutional amendments under full judicial supervision was absent for long periods.
    شهدت مصر صورة جديدة للديمقراطية في مصر منذ قيام ثورة 25 يناير حيث توجة 45 مليون مواطن إلي صناديق الاقتراع لابداء آرائهم في الاستفتاء علي التعديلات الدستورية تحت إشراف قضائي كامل غاب لفترات طويلة
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    12- Egyptians voted in a historic referendum to amend some articles of the Constitution in the 54 thousand polling stations distributed in different governorates of the Republic in the first steps towards democracy after the success of the revolution in the January 25 overthrow of former President, Hosni Mubarak, in February 11 last year.
    أدلى المصريون بأصواتهم في استفتاء تاريخي لتعديل بعض مواد الدستور في 54 ألف مركز اقتراع موزعة في مختلف محافظات الجمهورية في أولى الخطوات نحو الديمقراطية بعد نجاح ثورة 25 يناير في الإطاحة بالرئيس السابق، حسني مبارك، في 11 فبراير/شباط المنصرم.
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    13- The Japanese government confirmed dead and seven-thousand-197 people by the devastating earthquake that struck north-eastern areas of Japan, and the subsequent tsunami strong.
    أعلنت الحكومة اليابانية التأكد من مقتل سبعة آلاف و197 شخصا جراء الزلزال المدمّر الذي ضرب المناطق الشمالية الشرقية من اليابان، وما أعقبه من موجات تسونامي عاتية
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    14- A number of judges in Egypt early adoption of electronic voting to make it easier for voters to ensure the accuracy and speed of the ballot counting, due to overwhelming response and is expected by voters to participate Saturday in a referendum on constitutional amendments.
    طالب عدد من القضاة في مصر بسرعة اعتماد التصويت الإلكتروني للتيسير على الناخبين ولضمان دقة الاقتراع وسرعة فرز الأصوات، وذلك بسبب الإقبال الكبير وغير المتوقع من جانب الناخبين على المشاركة اليوم السبت في الاستفتاء على التعديلات الدستورية.
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    15- In a scene which is unfamiliar to the Egyptian political life, saw the polls turnout of voters and the hustle was an unprecedented vote, as seen long queues standing in front of the doors of the committees before the start of the voting process, and I went families and entire families to perform their votes and participation in the referendum has been seen many of them walking in groups.
    في مشهد غير مألوف على الحياة السياسية المصرية، شهدت مراكز الاقتراع اقبالاً من الناخبين وزحاماً غير مسبوق على التصويت، حيث شوهدت طوابير طويلة تقف أمام أبواب اللجان قبل بداية عملية التصويت، وذهبت عائلات وأسر بأكملها للإداء بأصواتها والمشاركة في الاستفتاء وقد شوهد العديد منهم يسيرون في جماعات.
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    16- In the first step of the birth of Egypt''new democracy'', in an unusual scene, thousands of children accompanied by their parents to the committees of the referendum on constitutional amendments in all parts of the Republic, although it does not have the right to vote because of age less than 18 years.
    في أول خطوة لميلاد مصر ''الجديدة الديمقراطية''، وفى مشهد غير معهود، توافد آلاف الأطفال بصحبة آبائهم وأمهاتهم إلى لجان الاستفتاء على التعديلات الدستورية فى جميع أنحاء الجمهورية، على الرغم من أنه لا يحق لهم التصويت لأن أعمارهم تقل عن 18 عاماً.
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    17- What was published in the state security documents that were saved from mincing by certain policemen expresses a true crisis in Egypt and inhuman treatment besides profaning freedom and rights. It also included the involvement of the ex-minister of interior in exploding the church of the two saints in Alexandria. All the people require a true investigation in the matter and putting the responsibles to the accountability as quick as possible.
    إن ما نشر عن تسريبات وثائق امن الدولة وما تم حفظه من الفرم بواسطة بعض الضباط يمثل أزمة حقيقية في مصر ومعاملة غير إنسانية وانتهاك للحريات والحقوق واشتملت أيضا تورط وزير الداخلية السابق في تفجير كنيسة القديسين في الإسكندرية وقد طالب كل الناس تحقيق عادل في الأمر ومحاسبة المسئولين بأسرع ما يمكن

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