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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 4:20 pm


    سنراجع سويا ورقة الاسئلة سؤالا بسؤالا
    السؤال الاول فى ورقة الاسئلة
    Communication Skills






    1] Greetings and saying goodbye

    Greeting Reply
    Good morning /Good afternoon / Good evenaing /Good night / Goodbye Good morning / Good afternoon / Good evening / Good night / Goodbye
    (When you meet someone for the first time:)
    How do you do?  How do you do?
    •I’m pleased to meet you. I’m pleased to meet you, too.
    (When you meet a friend:)
    •Hi! How are things?  I'm very well, thanks.
    Hello. How are you?  Fine. And you?
    Saying goodbye  Reply
    (Formal) Goodbye.  Goodbye. It was nice to meet you.
    (Informal) Bye bye. / Bye. / See you.  Bye bye. / Bye. / See you.

    2) Asking for information السؤال عن معلومات

    Asking for information السؤال عن معلومات Giving information إعطاء معلومات
    Excuse me, could I ask you some questions about .........?  Yes, of course.
     Can / Could you tell me .........?  Yes, that's fine..
     Do you know anything about.......?  Yes, certainly.
     Does that mean ..........?  I'd rather not answer that question.
    في حالة عدم الرغبة في الإجابة عن سؤال
    Can you say why / why not?
     Thank you for your time.  (You're welcome في حالة الرد)

    3) Asking for permission طلب الإذن
    • May / Could / Can I........................
    • Is it all right to.......... borrow your dictionary?
    • Is it Ok if I................
    Replies
    Giving permission Refusing permission
    •Certainly. / Sure. •Here you are.
    •Yes, of course. / Of course. •Sorry, I need it myself.
    •Well, I'd rather you didn't.
    •لاحظ طريقة الاستئذان باستخدام Do you mind if..?
    Asking for permission Do you mind if I borrow your dictionary?
    Agreeing: No, I don't. / No problem. / No, not at all.
    Disagreeing: Yes, I do

    4] Asking people for help Agreeing to help someone
    •Could you lend me a hand, please? هل يمكنك مساعدتي ؟
    •Would you do me a favour, please? هل تؤدى لي معروفا
    •I wonder if you could help me with………...
    •I can't (find…). I don't suppose you could help me. • •Yes, what's the problem?
    •Yes, of course.
    •Yes, what would you like?
    •I'd be happy to help.
    •لاحظ الرد على هذا السؤال:
    Would you mind shutting the window?
    • No, not at all. (Agreeing) موافقة
    • Yes, I do. (Disagreeing) عدم موافقة


    5] Asking for advice طلب النصيحة

    Which (book / sport) do you think I should choose?
    Can you give me some advice about …………...?
    Can I ask your advice about ……………………?
    What do you think I should (ought to) do about………....?
    What would you do about…….? What do you think about + V + ing?


    Giving advice تقديم النصيحة

     If you ask me, you should……………….
     If I were you, I'd +inf. / I wouldn't + inf……  You should (study hard)…………
     I really would / wouldn't……………….  Why don't you + inf…………………?
     How about .......................ing?  You'd better take a taxi.

    Accepting advice قبول النصيحة Not accepting advice / Declining
    • Yes, I know I should.
    • Yes, I'll do it now / soon.
    • Yes, you're right.
    • That's a great idea.
    • I know I shouldn't.
    • Why didn't I think of that? • I'll think about it.
    • I'll make up my mind about it.
    • I'll see.
    • I don't want to do that.
    • I don't really think so.
    • Absolutely not / Certainly not!
    6) Liking and disliking

    Question:
    Do you like (handball / hockey)? Do you like living in Cairo?
     What do you think about / of…………….....?



    Liking Disliking
    I like it.
    We like living here.
    It's fantastic / great.
    I'm mad / crazy about (football). I didn't think much of it.
    I don't like it./I dislike it.
    I'm not very keen on (living here).
    I'm not very fond of (music). 1 hate / detest يكره / loathe despise يحتقر (violence العنف on TV).

    7] Comparing / Expressing preference المقارنة / التفضيل

    I like coffee better / more than tea.
     I'd prefer to have tea rather than chocolate.
    I like the red dress best.
    I'd rather have tea than chocolate.

    8] Discussing advantages and disadvantages

    For: مؤيد
    The advantage of ------------ is that it ------------------.
    The good thing about ------------ is that ---------------.
    Against: غير مؤيد
    (Online shopping)-------------------- has many disadvantages.
     The disadvantage of ---------------------- is that it ------------------.

    9) Agreeing and disagreeing

    Agreeing Disagreeing
    (when you agree strongly)
    •I agree (with you).
    •That's right.
    •That's what I think.
    •I agree completely.
    •Absolutely ! / Exactly !
    •It certainly is / was.
    •I couldn't agree more.
    (when you agree, but not strongly)
    •I suppose so.
    •You could be right
    •Maybe. (when you disagree, but you want to be polite)
     Yes. /OK, but...........
    I know, but...........
    You're right, but.........
    I don't think so.
    I don't agree.
    No, I disagree (with you).
    I really can't agree.
    (when you disagree with people you know well)
    (Rude expressions)
    No, it isn't / doesn't.
    That's not true.
    Rubbish!

    (Informal)

    • Can / Could / Will / Would you lend me your camera?
    • Would you buy me the newspaper when you're out?
    (Formal) • Could you tell me the way to the pyramids?
    • Would you mind helping me with this box? It's rather heavy.
    • Do you think you could move your car, please?
    •I wonder if you'd mind opening that door. •I wonder if you could lend me some money.


    2- Orders and Instructions:
    •في حالة الأوامر و التعليمات نستخدم فعل أمر :
    • Open that suitcase. • Don't play in the road.
    •للتعبير عن الأمر بصورة مهذبة :
    • I'd like you to do this homework today.
    • I would be grateful if you could / would give me back my money.
    Replies: O.K. / All right / Sure



    1I] Making Suggestions تقديم مقترحات

    •Why don't we / you / they..................?
    •Shall we....................................?
    •Let's............................
    •I think it would be a good idea to............
    •What about....................?
    •How about.....................?
    Examples:
    • Why don't we have a party? • Shall we go and see our friend, Nabil?
    • How about having lunch now?
    Replies:
    Agreeing with suggestions Disagreeing with suggestions
    • •That's a good / fantastic idea
    • •I'll go along with that.
    • •I agree.
    • •That's what I think.
    • •OK •That sounds fine. • •I'm not very keen.
    • •I'm not sure about that.
    • •Maybe some other time
    • •I'd rather ….
    • •No, I'd prefer to …..

    12] Apologizing

    •I'm (terribly / really / awfully) sorry, but I've lost your book.
    •I don't know how to say this, but I've broken your camera.
    Accepting an apology Not accepting an apology
    • •Oh, it doesn't matter.
    • •Never mind.
    • •Don't worry about it. • •Oh, no! It was new.
    • •Well, I hope you will replace it.
    • •Well, I hope you will get me another one.
    • •You'd better get me another one.
    Offers
    • I'll buy you another one, of course. • I'll get you another one, of course.

    13] Inviting توجيه الدعوة

    (Formal invitation)
    •I'd like to invite you to our wedding. •Would you like to come to a football match?
    • Would you like to see a film?
    (Informal invitation)
    • How about watching a video with me?
    Accepting an invitation قبول الدعوة
    (Formal) •Thank you. I'd love to. •I'd be pleased to come. •Great idea.
    Refusing an invitation رفض الدعوة
    •I'm sorry I can't because I have to do some work.
    •H I'm afraid I can't. I have to get ready for the exam:
    •I wish I could, but I have to go to the dentist at 5 o'clock.
    •Thanks for asking me, but I can't.
    14] Thanking

    Thanking Replies
    • •Thank you. •Thanks a lot.
    • •Thanks. •Thank you so much. • •You're welcome. •That's all right.
    • •It's a pleasure. •Don't mention it.

    15] Congratulations التهاني Replies
     •Congratulations.
     •Congratulations on your results!
     •Great news about your exam results!
     •What great / wonderful / fantastic results •Thanks! I'm very pleased
    •Yes, I can't believe it myself.

    16] Sympathy التعاطف / المواساة Replies
     I'm sorry to hear your bad news.
     I was so / terribly sorry to hear about. •I know, it's terrible/awful, isn't it? •Well, it can't be helped. • Well, never mind.

    17] Expressing surprise التعبير عن الدهشة

    •Good Heavens! •This is a nice surprise
    •What a lovely surprise! •How nice to see you!
    18] Expressing hope التعبير عن الأمل
    1 hope you get well soon. I hope you find your handbag.

    19] Expressing worry التعبير عن القلق
    •I'm rather worried about Ahmed. • I'm a bit concerned about Soha.

    20] Expressing fear التعبير عن الخوف

    •I'm terrified' of the storm. •I'm frightened of thieves. •I'm afraid of wild dogs.
    21] Phrases to keep a conversation going

    •So you actually keep snakes. • What exactly do you do?
    •Where exactly can we find them? •Anyway, I think ..........
    •Sorry, I missed that. Did you say ......? •Right. / Absolutely.
    22] Telephoning

    a) When you are making a call:
    1- Asking for the person you want to speak to:
     Hello. Could I / May I / Can I speak to Said Amin, please?
     Is Tamer there, please?
     Could you put me through to Said Amin, please?
    2- Response:
    • One moment, please. ♦Please hold (the line).
    ♦Sorry, his line is engaged / busy ♦I'll put you through.
    When you are not sure if you are speaking to the right person:
    ♦ Hello, is that Samir? ♦ Saying who you are;
    ♦ Hello, it's Albert from Microtel here. (formal) ♦Hi, it's Albert, (very informal)
    23) We use the short form with 'so' and 'neither' to agree with the speaker:

    A: I'm playing tennis tomorrow. B: Oh. So am I.
    Making Recommendations Reasons
    •I'm sure you'd enjoy / love (this book). •It's a very exciting / interesting (story).
    •You really should (read this book). •The characters are so real.
    •I can recommend (this book) to you. •You won't be able to put it down.
    •It's so easy to read.
    Persuading Replying
    •I recommend (going to) …. •Can you tell me more about…?
    •You really must (visit) … •What would I see there?
    •Can I persuade you to (go to)..? •What is special about…?
    •It would be a pity if you didn't …. •How is … different from …?
    •I think (charities) are important because (they help poor people).
    •I believe (modern technology) is necessary as it (helps us to lead a comfortable life).
    •In my view, he is good for the job since he has excellent qualifications.
    •In my opinion, he should accept the job because it is well-paid.
    •From my point of view, we should donate blood to save people's lives.
    •If you ask me, he should study harder in order to get higher marks.
    A: I don't like science fiction. B: Neither do I

    27) General Questions & Answers:



    QUESTIONS ANSWERS
    •How would you like your tea? •Without sugar, please.
    •How would you like your fish / meat? •Grilled, مشوي please.
    •How do you like my shirt? •It's very nice.
    •Where are you going to? •I'm going to (the club).
    •What was (the thief) like? للسؤال عن وصف شخص •He was short and fat.
    •When does the next train to Cairo leave? •It leaves at 7 o'clock.
    •Can I see your (ticket/passport), please? •Yes, of course. Here you are.
    •Can you lend me your (camera), please? •Yes,of course. / I'm sorry I can't.
    •How long will you stay in (Cairo)? •Three days.
    •How much is this it?=How much does it cost? •It's 700 pounds.
    •Which platform does the train leave from? •It leaves from platform 5.
    •Where do you come from? •I come from England.
    •What did you do there? •I visited many places.
    •How do you find your job? ما رأيك في وظيفتك؟ •It's tiring / boring / exciting.
    •What was (the film / match / journey) like? •It was great / nice / wonderful.
    •What's the matter with you? •What's wrong with you? •I'm so tired. / I have a headache.
    •Can you tell me the way to…? للسؤال عن الطريق •Go straight and turn left.
    •How about going to the cinema? •It's a good idea.
    •Would you mind opening the window? •No, of course not.
    •What would you like to begin with? •Some salad, please.
    •What's your size? •Size 42, please.
    •What's the weather like today? •It's very nice.
    •Single or double? •Single, please.
    •Single or married? •I'm married.
    •Single or return? •Single, please.
    •What do you do? = What's your job? •I'm an engineer.
    •What are you doing? •I'm studying English.
    •How do you do? •How do you do?
    •What's your favourite hobby? •It's football.
    •How do you spend your spare time? •Reading and listening to music.
    •How long have you been studying French? •For 3 years.
    •Can I speak to Ali, please? •I'm sorry. He's out.
    •Can I speak to the manager, please? •O.K. Hold on, please.
    •How long does it take to Alex.? •Three hours.
    •Which bus goes to the Pyramids? •Bus No. 34
    •How much do you earn? •Five hundred pounds.
    •How much is the room per night? •It's 300 pounds.
    •Can I book/reserve a room for 2 nights? •Yes, of course.
    •How do you go to school? •I go to school on foot.
    •How often do you go to the cinema? •Once a week.






    - Respond to each of the following situations:




    1-You are introduced to someone who you have never met before.
    2-You meet your friend Ali in the street.
    3-You ask your friend if he has any information about cloning الأستنساخ.
    4-You want to ask your uncle some questions about genetic engineeringالهندسة الوراثية.
    5-Someone asked you a question and you don't want to answer it.
    6-You need permissionاذن to use a computer at school.
    7-A friend wonders if he can use your pencil.
    8-A friend asks if you'd mind lending him your bike.
    9-You want a friend to help you with something.
    10-You need advice from your brother about a houseplant you have just bought.
    11-Someone asks your advice about the best way to keep fit.
    12-Someone advises you to do something. You don't want to accept the advice.
    13-You ask a friend if he likes living in the countryside.
    14-Someone asks you if you like pop musicالموسيقى الشعبية .
    15-A friend asks you whether you'd like tea or coffee.
    16-A friend asks you to tell him about the advantage of taking exercise.
    17-At an interview, you are asked about your qualifications.
    18-Your friend believes that violent films are exciting. You don't agree.
    19-Your brother thinks that men and women are equal. You agree with him.
    20-You ask your sister to clean the room for you.
    21-A friend wants you to turn on the fan.
    22-Someone asks you the way to the nearest hospital.
    23-A friend borrowed money from you. You ask him/her politely to give it back to you.
    24-You and a friend are talking about the next weekend. You suggest something.
    25-A friend is visiting you in your house. You offer him/her something.
    26-Your brother suggested watching a match on TV. You agree.
    27-You've spilt some coffee on the carpet. You apologize to your mother.
    28-You invite a friend to your birthday party.
    29-Your sister has just won an international contest.
    30-You've have just heard that your friend Ali is seriously ill in hospital.
    31-Your father tells you that you have come first in the exam.
    32-Your neighbour keeps a wild dog. You express your fear.
    33-The teacher said something in a low voice. You ask him/her to repeat.
    34-You'd like to speak to your friend Ahmed on the phone.
    35-You need to have an appointment to see the doctor.
    36-You have finished reading "Gulliver's Travels". You recommend it to a friend.
    37-You want to persuade your brother to go with you to the Pyramids.
    38-You ask your friend's opinion about a shirt you've just bought.
    39-Someone asks your opinion about modern technology.
    40-A friend asks you to play chess with him, but you have an important exam the next day.
    41-The sky has suddenly gone dark. Someone asks what you think about the weather .
    42-A friend asks about your holiday plans for next summer.
    43-Someone asks about your age on your next birthday.
    44-Someone asks you what famous Egyptian you admire.
    45-You are going to have lunch with your younger brother. He has been playing outside. You look at his hands. What do you say to him?
    46-You have just told your friend something that is untrue. Now you feel ashamed.
    47-A friend of you asks you what you know about Professor Magdi Yacoub.
    48-Your friend asks for some advice on how to study.
    49-You are invited to dinner at a big restaurant, but you refuse the invitation politely.
    50-Your sister asks you what you think of Michael Crichton's 'Jurassic Park'.
    51-Your cousin asks if you have any pen friends and how you communicate with them.
    52-Your friend is ill and needs to see a doctor.
    53-You are visiting someone in hospital when you see another visitor smoking.
    54-One of your friends is getting too fat. He's asking for your advice.
    55-Suggest to your little brother some activities that are more useful than watching TV.
    56-You think that you and your friend are going swimming this afternoon, but you want to check with your friend that you are right.
    57-You think your friend's favourite school subject is history,but you want to check. 58-Your friend has a worried expression on his/her face. Ask him/her why.
    59-Someone asks you what your favourite hobby is.
    60-Someone asks you how good you are at maths.
    61-You meet a foreigner who asks you to tell him the way to the citadel.
    62-Someone asks you what you think the most important invention is.
    63-You asks your friend about the price of his new shoes.
    64-Your friend wants to go swimming. You disagree and suggest another sport.
    65-Your sister says she won't be home for lunch. Report this to your mother.
    66-You think that something your friend has just said is wrong.
    67-You want permission from your father to go to the cinema tonight.
    68-You don't know how to turn on the heater. You ask your mother.
    69-Someone wants to know the best thing about your last holiday.
    70-You ask a friend which subject he/she likes best.
    71-Someone asks you what you think makes a good friend.
    72-Someone asks you which city is the capital of Japan.
    73-Your friend Tamer says he wants to do an individual sport. Give advice.
    74-You meet a visitor to your country at the airport. You want to make him feel at home.
    75-You meet a friend who you have not seen for a long time.
    76-You ask an old person what his/her life was like when he/she was young.
    77-You'd like to go on a family trip to Alex. Make this suggestion to your father.
    78-You want to buy something for your mother for her birthday. You ask a friend for advice.
    79-Someone asks you why you enjoy reading newspapers.
    80-You are booking a flight to London at a travel agency.
    81-You want to know something about remote sensing.
    82-Your cousin thinks that computers are useful, you agree.
    83-Your friend gives you a present.
    84-You have finished an exercise in the class.
    85-You ask a friend to help you carry a heavy bag.
    86-You can't hear what the teacher is saying.
    87-You suggest spending the summer holiday in Alexandria.
    88-Somebody wants to speak to your father, but your father isn't at home.
    89-Your brother has passed his exams with high marks.
    90-You ask your cousin, Ashraf, to have some tea at home.
    91-A friend of yours invites you to his party, you refuse politely.
    92-Your uncle is in hospital.
    93-Your friend tells you some very bad news.
    94-Your friend suggests spending the weekend studying. You agree.
    95-You accept your friend's apology for losing your book.
    96-Your friend wishes you success in your exams.
    97-Your classmate is talking loudly in the library.
    98-You advise your sister to wash her hands before eating.
    99-You warn your sister not to play with matches.
    100-You congratulate your brother who has just bought a new

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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 4:22 pm


    السؤال الثانى فى ورقة الامتحان
    Place Speaker (A) Speaker (B)
    يعتمد حل هذا النوع علي حفظ الشخصيات و الأماكن والوظائف اللغوية:


    At home Airport / plane Craftsmen
    Husbandزوج Passenger راكب Worker عامل
    Wife زوجة Traveler مسافر Carpenter نجار
    Father أب Check in clerkموظف الفحص Electrician كهربائي
    Mother أم Pilot طيار Mechanic ميكانيكي
    Son ابن Air hostess مضيفة Labour عامل
    Daughter ابنة Flight attendant مضيفة Shoemaker اسكافي
    Visitor زائر Air host مضيف Watchmaker ساعاتي
    Guest ضيف Assistant مساعد Jeweler جواهرجي
    Niece بنت الأخ/ الأخت Market / shop Barber حلاق
    Nephew ابن الأخ- الأخت Customer زبون Hairdresser كوافيره
    Land lord المالك Seller بائع Tailor ترزي
    Landlady صاحبة العقار Salesman بائع Dressmaker خياطة
    Hospital Salesgirl بائعة Optician بائع النظارات
    Surgeon جراح Butcher جزار Florist بائع الورد
    Doctor طبيب Greengrocer خضري Plumber سباك
    Oculist طبيب عيون Grocer بقال Builderبناء
    Dentist طبيب أسنان Baker خباز Cinema/ theatre
    Nurse ممرضة Shop assistant بائع فى محل Usher مرشد السينما
    Physicianطبيب باطنية Buyer مشترى Usherette مرشدة السينما
    Patient مريض Client عميل / زبون Viewer / spectator متفرج
    Psychiatrist نفساني Studio School / university
    Anesthetistطبيب تخدير Director مخرج Teacher مدرس
    Bank Interviewer محاور Student تلميذ
    Manager مدير Critic ناقد Headmaster ناظر
    Accountant محاسب Actor ممثل Professor أستاذ جامعى
    Cashier صراف Actress ممثلة Headmistress ناظرة
    Bank clerk موظف بنك Photographer مصور Coffee shop / café
    Client عميل Reporter صحفي Waiter جرسون
    Library Announcer مذيع Client عميل / زبون
    Student/ reader قارئ Cameraman مصور Customer زبون
    Librarian أمين المكتبة Stuntman دوبلير Manager مدير
    Travel agency – booking / passport office Company / firm
    Information office - custom house Manager مدير
    Tourist سائح Travel agent وكيل سفريات Employer صاحب العمل
    Guide مرشد Secretary سكرتيرة Applicant متقدم للوظيفة
    Booking clerkموظف حجز Check in clerkموظف الفحص Candidate متقدم للوظيفة
    Receptionist موظف أستقبال Custom officialموظف جمارك Secretary سكرتير(ة)
    Bus stop – railway station – taxi –the street Post office
    Driver سائق Porter شيال Employee موظف
    Traveller مسافر Booking clerk موظف حجز Postman ساعي البريد
    Conductor مفتش Pedestrian احد المشاة Client عميل
    Court/ police station The zoo Museum
    Judge قاضي Visitor زائر Guide مرشد سياحي
    Lawyer محامي Manager مدير الحديقة Tourist سائح
    Prisoner سجين Handler سايس Guard حارس
    Policeman رجل شرطة Customer زبون Hotel
    Criminal مجرم Guard حارس Lodger / resident نزيل
    Thief لص Zookeeper حارس الحديقة Receptionist موظف استقبال
    Witness شاهد Vet طبيب بيطري Guest ضيف
    Stationery shop Park/ public garden Filling station
    Stationer بائع المكتبة One of the publicأحد الجمهور Driver سائق
    Customer زبون Policeman شرطي Car owner صاحب السيارة
    Client عميل / زبون Visitor زائر Motorist سائق
    Pupil تلميذ Club/ stadium Worker عامل
    Student طالب Player لاعب Laboratory
    Circus Trainer مدرب Teacher مدرس
    Clown مهرج Referee حكم Scientist عالم
    Acrobat بهلوان Spectator مشجع Researcher باحث
    Son/daughter/ father Supporter مساند/ مشجع Student طالب




    Mention the place, the speakers and the language functions
    WB Exercises
    1) A: So, John, could you tell our listeners how you started? B: Certainly. It was when I was seven. I won first prize in a poetry competition. When I was a student, some of my stories were published in a university magazine A: And now its your full time job? B: That’s right my second novel was published last year.
    Place: radio station/studio Speaker A: interviewer Speaker B: writer Function: ask and answer questions
    2) A: Could you help me carry the shopping into the house, please, Aisha? B: Ok, mum. Where shall I put it? A: Just put the bags on the kitchen floor for the moment. B: ok, mum.
    Place: outside a family home Speaker A: mother Speaker B: daughter Function: request and offer help
    3) A: At last we are here. What time does our flight leave, dad? B: At midday. We have still got lots of time.
    Place: airport Speaker A : a son
    Speaker B :father Function :ask and answer questions make a request
    4) A: So, for homework, I want you all to make a list of all the plants growing in your neighborhood. B: Shall we just write the names of the plants?
    A: No, write the names and a short description.
    Place: classroom Speaker A : teacher Speaker B :student Function :give instruction
    5) A: Excuse me Sir. The captain has asked everyone to return to their seats.
    B: Does that mean we are going to land soon?
    A: Yes, in about fifteen minutes.
    Place: a plane Speaker A: flight attendant
    Speaker B: passenger Function: make a request
    6) A: Have you seen Tarek?
    B: No, sir. He was at his desk on the phone a few minutes ago
    A: Is not he there now?
    B: No, may be he has gone home already.
    A: He can not have gone home. he is preparing a report for me.
    Place: an office Speaker A: boss\manager Speaker B: Tarek's colleague Function: ask for information guess and deduce information
    7) A: Is there anything I can do to help, miss Salma?
    B: Could you give these books back to the class after break?
    A: Yes, of course. Is that the homework we did last week?
    B: Yes, that is right. your homework was very good.
    Place: classroom Speaker A student
    Speaker B : teacher Function : offer help\ask and answer questions
    Cool A: Excuse me. I need to find out about modern farming in Egypt for a university project.
    B: All the information on agriculture is on the second floor.
    A: Thank you. Can I take any of the books out?
    B: Yes. Just bring them to the desk near the entrance.
    Place: library Speaker A: university student
    Speaker B: librarian Function : ask for information\give instruction
    9) A: Do you remember what happened?
    B: No, I just remember waking up in the road.
    A: How do you fell now?
    B: Not too bad. Will I have to stay here tonight?
    A: We are not sure yet. We will have to check you have no broken bones.
    Place: hospital Speaker A: doctor\nurse Speaker B : patient Function : ask for and give
    10) A: Could you tell us why you would like to study here?
    B: Your biology department has a very good reputation.
    A: And if we accept you, what do you hope to do when you graduate?
    A: Well, I would like to work for a food company.
    Place : university Speaker A: interviewer Speaker B : student Function : ask and answer interview
    11) A: are you in your first year?
    B: yes, I am studying English, but it is not only my third week.
    A: my parents would like me to apply here. Would you recommend it?
    B: yes, definitely.
    Place: university or collage Speaker A: future student Speaker B : first year student Function : ask for and give advice
    12) A: well, your application has been successful.
    B: that not great! When do I start?
    A: at the beginning of next month. You will be working at our Cairo branch.
    B: I am looking forward to starting.
    Place: company office Speaker A: interviewer\boss Speaker B: successful job applicant Function: express happiness
    والآن حاول الإجابة بنفسك
    1-A Good morning, Mr. Ali. Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: ….…..….
    Function………….….
    B Good morning, Dalia. You're very late this morning.
    A Yes, I'm sorry. The train was delayed.
    B Well, Could you take these letters to the post and could you call Mr.Hany?
    2-A Excuse me; I'm looking for some information about Festivals around the World for my English class. Place: …………….…
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: …………
    Function……………..
    B There're some books about festivals in the culture section over.
    3-A Good morning. Can I help you? Place: ………….……
    Speaker A: …...…….
    Speaker B: ……...….
    Function………….….
    B Yes, I'd like a single room with a bath, please.
    A For how many nights?
    B Just for tonight.
    4-A So you want to borrow LE 100,000. What do you want the money for? Place: ……………..….
    Speaker A: ……..........
    Speaker B: ……………
    Function:………………
    B To buy some more land so I can expand my business.
    A Well, we can certainly lend you the money, but we'll need to see a business plan. You need to show that you can pay the Money back within five years.
    5-A Today we're going to do an experiment to find out what Percentage of the soil is water. one member of each group come and get A beaker of soil and a Bunsen burner. Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: …...…….
    Function………….….
    B Do we have to heat the soil over the Bunsen burner?
    6-A Where to? Place: …….…..……
    Speaker A: …..…….
    Speaker B: ……..….
    Function……………..
    B The airport, please, terminal 2. And could you hurry? My flight leaves in half an hour.
    A I’ll do my best, but the traffic is very bad today.
    7-A Good morning, sir. Can I help you? Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……..….
    Speaker B: …...…….
    Function………….….
    B I'd like to go to Paris with my family. Can you recommend any good tours?
    A Well, global Tours offer a good package deal which Includes flights, hotels and a trip to Disneyland.
    B That sounds great. Can I take a brochure to show my wife and children?
    A Yes, of course. Here you are.
    8-A Wow! Look at that dinosaur. Place: ………….……
    Speaker A: ……..….
    Speaker B: …..…….
    Function………….….
    B Don't touch the exhibits, please.
    A Can you tell me where the insect Exhibition is?
    B Yes, you go through the next room and it's on the right, Next to the fossils.
    9-A Good afternoon. When does the concert start? Place: …….…………
    Speaker A: …...…….
    Speaker B: ……...….
    Function………….….
    B It starts at 9 p.m.
    A Is this orchestra performed by Egyptian opera musicians?
    B And foreign opera singers as well, sir.
    10-A I want to have a swim now. Place: …….…………
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: ……...….
    Function………….….
    B OK. I tell you I won't have enough time to cook lunch.
    A Never mind. We can have sandwiches.
    11-A What's wrong with you? Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……..….
    Speaker B: ..……….
    Function……………..
    B I have a nasty headache.
    A How long have you been suffering from it?
    B For 3 days.
    12-A Your license, please. Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: …..…….
    Function………….….
    B Here you are. What's wrong?
    A You'll be fined for not buckling your seat belt.
    13-A I'd like to make a trip to Europe this summer. Place: …….….…..…
    Speaker A: ……..….
    Speaker B: …..…….
    Function………….….
    B Surely. Are you traveling for business or pleasure?
    A For business.
    14-A I'd like to fill the tyre, please. Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……..….
    Speaker B: …...…….
    Function………….….
    B Sorry, the air pump is out of order.
    15-A When did you graduate? Place: ………….……
    Speaker A: …...…….
    Speaker B: …...…….
    Function………….….
    B Last year.
    A Do you speak English Fluently?
    16-A Now, sir, what was stolen? Place: ………….……
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: ……...….
    Function………….….
    B Everything in the safe. About 3 thousand pounds.
    17-A Can I help you? Place: ………….……
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: ……...….
    Function………….….
    B Yes, I'd like to get the medicine written in this prescription.
    A Here you are.
    B How much is it?
    18-A I've passed the final exam. Place: ……….………
    Speaker A: ……...….
    Speaker B: …………
    Function…………….
    B Congratulations.
    A How are you going to reward me?
    B As I promised. I'll buy you a car.
    A Thanks a lot.
    19) A:- Passport and tickets, please.
    B:- Here you are.
    A:- Smoking or non-smoking?
    B:- Non-smoking, please.
    Place: ……….…. Speaker A :…………..….. Speaker B :…………… Function……….………….…..
    20) A:- May I have your order, sir?
    B:- Yes, I'd like some fish, please.
    A:- How would you like it?
    Place: ………….. Speaker A :…………...….. Speaker B :……..…… Function…………..…
    21) A:- What's the matter with you , sir?
    B:- my tooth hurts me badly.
    A:- I think, it's better to pull it out.
    Place: ………...... Speaker A :……………….. Speaker B :……….… Function……………..
    22) A:- I'd like to deposit L.E 200 to my savings account, please.
    B:- Certainly. Fill in this form.
    Place: ……………Speaker A :………….…… Speaker B :………..… Function……………..
    23) A:- Please fasten your seat belt, sir.
    B:- O.k. Can I have a drink, please?
    A:- Sorry sir, you'll have to wait until we talk off.
    Place: …………… Speaker A :………..…. Speaker B :…………..… Function……….…….
    24) A:- Keep silent, please. The people here need a concentration during reading.
    B:- I'm awfully sorry, sir.
    Place: ……………. Speaker A :…………..…. Speaker B :……...…… Function….……..….
    25) A:- can I book a room for next Monday night?
    B:- Yes, Certainly. Single or double, sir?
    A:- Single, please.
    Place: ………..….… Speaker A :…………… Speaker B :…………… Function………..…
    26) A:- How can I help you?
    B:- I'd like a pair of shoes.
    A:- What size?
    Place:………..….. Speaker A :…….......….. Speaker B :…….…..… Function………….…..
    27) A:- Excuse me. I'd like to send this letter by Express Nail, please.
    B:- Where to?
    A:- London.
    B:- You have to pay L.E. 32.
    Place: …………… Speaker A :………..……Speaker B :…………… Function…………..…
    28) A:- Show me the names of customers who phoned.
    B:- Here they are.
    A:- O.K. type this letter and send it now.
    Place: …………... Speaker A :………….….. Speaker B :………..… Function………………
    29) A:- Please, have a look at our pamphlet. Which tour do you prefer?
    B:- It's all the same to me.
    A:- I recommend Sharm El Sheikh.
    Place: ……….….. Speaker A :…………….. Speaker B :…………… Function………….…..
    30) A:- Are you being served, sir?
    B:- No, nobody has come to serve me.
    A:- Oh! Sorry sir. What would you like to have?
    B:- I'd like to have a cup of tea.
    Place: ………..… Speaker A :…………….…. Speaker B :…………… Function……….……
    31) A:- I see from your C.V. that you have graduate from university in 2001.
    B:- Yes, that's right.
    A:- How long have you been working in marketing.
    B:- For 3 years.
    Place: ………….. Speaker A :……………..… Speaker B :……….…… Function……..…….
    32) A:- May I help you?
    B:- Yes, I have a 7:00 appointment with Ahmed, so I'd like to have my hair cut.
    Place: ………..….. Speaker A :………………. Speaker B :…………… Function……….…..
    33) A:- Can you answer the question on the board? It's too difficult for us, sir.
    B:- Try again.
    Place: ……………. Speaker A :……………….. Speaker B :…..…… Function………….
    34) A:- Can I help you?
    B:- Of course, I'd like a pair of jeans, please.
    A:- What size are you looking for, sir?
    Place: ……….….. Speaker A :…………..… Speaker B :………… Function……..……..
    35) A:- What's wrong?
    B:- I couldn't start it.
    A:- What about the battery?
    B:- It's new.
    A:- I'll check and see.
    Place: .........…. Speaker A :……......….. Speaker B :……....…… Function……..............….
    36) A:- Excuse me, madam. May I have a look inside your handbag, please?
    B:- What for?
    A:- It's only security measures before boarding a plane.
    B:- Well. Go ahead.
    Place: …….......…Speaker A :….......….. Speaker B :…….......… Function…….............…..
    37) A:- What kind of vegetables would you prefer, sir?
    B:- I'll have carrots and green beans.
    Place: …….......... Speaker A :……......... Speaker B :…....……… Function……............…..
    38) A:- I want you to build me a house.
    B:- tell me a bout its area.
    A:- It's 100 meters wide and 200 meters long.
    Place: …....……. Speaker A :….......…. Speaker B :….......…… Function…...............……..
    39) A:- can I see your driving license, please.
    B:- Why for?
    A:- You have parked in a no-parking area.
    Place: …….....…. Speaker A :…….......... Speaker B :……......… Function….............……..
    40) A:- Welcome back, have you got anything that should be taxed?
    B:- I've got this video camera. How much should I pay?
    A:- 150 pounds.
    Place: ….........….. Speaker A :........…….. Speaker B :….......…… Function…...........……..
    41) A:- Oh! Dear. It's 11 P.M. we must take a taxi.
    B:- O.K. That's one is free. Let's wave to it.
    A:- I hope it will stop for us. Our children are all alone at home.
    Place: ……........... Speaker A :……...…… Speaker B :……......… Function……............….
    42) A:- I'd like to know what is on today.
    B:- It's an action film.
    A:- When does the last performance start?
    B:- At 12 P.M.
    A:- O.K. Book me a seat, please.
    Place: .........…… Speaker A :….......…….. Speaker B :……….....… Function…….........….
    43) A:- What's the matter?
    B:- I can't sleep well and I have difficulty going up or down the stairs.
    A:- Do you smoke?
    B:- Yes. About 20 cigarettes a day.
    A:- That's terrible. Let me examine your chest.
    Place: ….............. Speaker A :…......……. Speaker B :…....…… Function……...............…
    44) A:- Where to?
    B:- The airport, please. Terminal 2.
    A:- O.K.
    Place: ……..…….. Speaker A :…….....….. Speaker B :…….....… Function….................…
    45) A:- Good morning. Can I help you?
    B:- Yes, please. I'd like to extend my visa to stay in Cairo for another week.
    A:- Is your passport valid?
    B:- Yes, it is.
    Place: ………..…. Speaker A :…….......... Speaker B :…….......… Function……............….
    46) A:- How would you like to pay for it, sir?
    B:- By credit card.
    A:- Well. Shall I put it in a bag for you, sir?
    Place: ……........... Speaker A :……....….. Speaker B :……......… Function….............……
    47) A:- Thank you for finding me a seat.
    B:- You're welcome, sir.
    A:- When will the play start?
    B:- In a few minutes.
    Place: ……......….. Speaker A :……….....… Speaker B :…….......... Function…........……..
    48) A:- Can I help you, sir?
    B:- Yes, please. I'd like to have these pants cleaned and pressed.
    A:- O.K. We can have them ready for you tomorrow.
    Place: …….....….. Speaker A :…...........….. Speaker B :..........…… Function….......……..
    49) A:- How much petrol do you need?
    B:- Twenty liters, please.
    A:- That will be 26 pounds.
    Place: …….....…… Speaker A :…….......…. Speaker B :…….........… Function…..........…
    50) A:- I've come to report the theft of my car.
    B:- How did this happen?
    A:- I left it in a side street and went shopping. When I came back, I didn't find it.
    Place: ……......….. Speaker A :…….......…. Speaker B :…….........… Function…….......….
    51) A:- What's the matter with you?
    B:- My eyes get tired quickly.
    A:- Let me examine your eyes. You need a pair of glasses.
    Place: ……...….. Speaker A :…….......…. Speaker B :…….......… Function……............….
    52) A:- Can I have this prescription with you?
    B:- Who gave it to you?
    A:- It's Dr. Ahmed, but when can I come back to take the medicine?
    Place: ……….….. Speaker A :………….…. Speaker B :…….…… Function…………….…
    53) A:- It's nice to see you. I wish you speedy recovery.
    B:- Thanks a lot. It's kind of you to visit me.
    A:- When will you leave?
    Place: ……………. Speaker A :……………. Speaker B :……..…… Function……………….
    54) A:- Good morning, can I help you?
    B:- Yes, please. I'd like to change these English pounds.
    A:- How many pounds have you got?
    B:- I have got three hundred pounds.
    Place: ………..….. Speaker A :…………. Speaker B :……..…… Function……………….
    55) A:- What's wrong with this television?
    B:- I spilled a cup of tea on it and it went up in smoke. Then it stopped working.
    A:- I think it will need a lot of repair. Let me check it first.
    Place: …………… Speaker A :………..…… Speaker B :…………. Function………..……..
    56) A:- Wow! Look at that dinosaur. And here are its eggs. They're huge!
    B:- Don't touch the exhibits, please.
    A:- Oh, sorry. Can you tell me where the insect exhibition is, please?
    B:- Yes, you go through the next room and it's on the right, next to the fossils.
    Place: ……….…. Speaker A :………..…… Speaker B :…………… Function…………….…
    57) A:- What do you think of this car, sir?
    B:- It's a new Opel, made in Germany.
    A:- How much is it?
    B:- It's 140.000 pounds.
    A:- Oh! It's too expensive. Let me have a look at another cheaper make.
    Place: ………..… Speaker A :…………Speaker B :……….… Function…………………….
    58) A:- Have a seat, please?
    B:- Thank you.
    A:- look towards me. Smile! Smile! Smile more!
    A:- little more! O.K.
    B:- Thanks you! I hope I can get them developed in a short time.
    Place: …………… Speaker A :……….……. Speaker B :……..…… Function…………..…..
    59) A:- Your ticket, please.
    B:- Here you are.
    A:- Seat R8.
    B:- Thank you. When does the film start?
    A:- At 9.00.
    Place: ……….….. Speaker A :…………….. Speaker B :…………… Function……….……..

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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 4:25 pm

    السؤال الثالث فى ورقة الامتحان
    تعتمد فكرة هذا السؤال على كلمات المنهج والمصطلحات والتعبيرات اللغوية التي تم دراستها هذا بالإضافة إلى القواعد اللغوية ويأتي في الامتحان كالآتي (8 جمل كلمات – 8 جمل قواعد) والآن إليك أهم الأسئلة من كتاب الطالب ودليل التقويم ودار النشر لونج مان
    وياريت تبحث على الكلمة مفتاح الحلkey word



    1- After the accident, the doctor … her to check she was injured.
    a) examined b) looked at c) tested d) studied
    2- This medicine is safe. There are no ……………………….
    a) top effects b) side effects c) leaks d) waste
    3- The ……………… between Cairo and my town is 650 kilometres.
    a) way b) area c) distance d) space
    4- It is hard to walk in space because there is no …………………….
    a) gravity b) waiting c) spin d) air
    5- Space cruisers will probably …………… the Earth at a height of 320 kilometres.
    a) wander b) orbit c) move d) fly
    6- When he arrived at the bus stop, he saw a number of people … to take the bus.
    a) queuing b) creeping c) crawling d) quarrelling
    7- This place is not a suitable ……………… for a supermarket.
    a) extraction b) location c) destination d) station
    8- Millions of people watched the rocket ……………… on TV.
    a) start b) launch c) set off d) beginning
    9- I expect I …………… you at the weekend.
    a) ‘m going to see b) ‘m seeing c) ‘ll see d) see
    10- I’m having lunch with friends tomorrow. We … at the restaurant at 12.30.
    a) going to meet b) will meet c) are meeting d) meet
    11- Don’t worry. I’m sure you ……………… them again soon.
    a) ‘re going to see b) ‘re seeing c) ‘ll see d) see
    12- She ……………… an archaeologist when she leaves university. That’s her plan.
    a) is going to become b) am becoming c) will become d) becomes
    13- He’s flying to London at the weekend. His flight ………… at 5.30 in the morning.
    a) is leaving b) leaves c) will leave d) left
    14- My sister …………………… at six tomorrow morning.
    a) arrives b) arrived c) has arrived d) was arrived
    15- She …………………… to London next spring.
    a) has travelled b) travelled c) travels d) is travelling
    16- The film ……………… at 7.30 this evening.
    a) is going to start b) will start c) is starting d) starts
    نكمل ما اتى بالـ Work book وتقويم الطالب و لونجمان
    تذكر دائما ان نصف درجة يمكن ان تحول بينك وبين كلية انت ترغبها (مستر مجدى)
    Choose the correct answer:
    1- When I was at school, I won a poetry writing (race – article – competition – game).
    2- She sent me the report as an e-mail (attachment – letter – picture – article).
    3- The little girl does not want to sing because she is (innocent – secret – spy – shy).
    4- My favourite musical (player – instrument – tool – equipment) is the piano.
    5- The cover of my book is made of (glass – rubber – cardboard – wood).
    6- We arrived half an hour late. The film (began – was beginning – had begun – has begun).
    7- Agatha Christie's books (have been translated - have translated - translated - were being translated) into more than 40 languages.
    8- The Romans (have captured – were captured – captured – had captured) Petra nearly 2000 years ago.
    9- Your train leaves in ten minutes. If you hurry, you (catch – will catch – would catch – are catching) it.
    10- If I am thirsty, (I will drink – I would drink – I am drinking – I drank) water.
    11- A. How (much – many – long – wide) of the earth's surface is covered by forest?– B. 20%.
    12- Trees in cold climates have branches that point (up – down – forward – upward) so snow can fall off.
    13- On December3, 1926, Agatha Christie (is leaving – leaves – left – has left) home without telling anyone.
    14- The suspect (was seen – has seen – is seeing – had seen) in a hotel in the north of England.
    15- She is upset because her mother (died – was dying – has died – had died) recently.
    16- The woman is suffering from (insomnia - anemia - amnesia- arachnophobia) and can give no details of her identity.
    17- The writer was trying to get more people (interest – interesting – interests – interested) in his books.
    18- At first I thought he was (ashamed - shy - impatient - shameful) but then I discovered he was just not interested in other people.
    19- Since then, the play (performs – has performed – has been performed – had performed) without a break.
    20- John Whitney was a (pioneer – discoverer – blender – astronomer) of computer animation.
    21- The (customer – custom – consumer - consumption) of naming women after flowers is becoming less common.
    22- If she (is doing – has done – does – had done) well in her exams, she will go to college in October.
    23- If it (takes– has taken– was taken– is taken) in small doses, the drug has no harmful effects.
    24- I'll give you 20 pounds if you (fixed – fix – fixes – had fixed) the computer for me.
    25- Several people (injured – have injured – will injure – have been injured) in the accident.
    26- The government is (developing – growing – destroying – damaging) a strategy to fight unemployment.
    27- It (snows – has snowed – was snowing – is snowing) heavily when he woke up.
    28- She was reading quietly when suddenly the door (burst – was bursting – had burst – has burst) open.
    29- As soon as she (has entered – entered – enters – would enter) the room, she knew that there was something wrong.
    30- She (doesn't type – has typed – hasn't typed – didn't type) the letters yet.
    31- I (never play – have never played – am never playing – had never played) squash before.
    32- It (is hoped – is hoping – hopes – has hoped) that more job opportunities will be available for young people.
    33- We (are believing – are believed – believe – were believing) that he has recovered from his illness.
    34- It (fears – is feared – has feared – would fear) that there are no survivors of the crash.
    35- It (agrees – is agreeing – was agreed – has agreed) that the price should be fixed at $200.
    36- Some archaeologists (excelled – exaggerated – extracted - excavated ) the ancient city of Troy.
    37- It will take about 24 hours for the glue to (harden – widen – lengthen – shorten).
    38- The hard outer covering of a tree is called (park – brick – pick – bark).
    39- The less rain there is in a year, the (wider – narrower – higher – lower) the tree rings are.
    40- If the bark is damaged, the tree (has died – is dying – dies – would die).
    41- "Murder on the Orient Express" is one of Agatha Christie's (much – little – most – the most) famous books.
    42- The (detective – addictive – alternative - attractive) had finished working on the crime.
    43- We were just (around – about – without - shout ) to leave when Ali arrived.
    44- When he got (of – at - on – away) the train, he noticed that it was empty.
    45- Soon after the train (leaves – was leaving – to leave – had left), it started to rain.
    46- She believed that her life was (in – of – at – with) danger.
    47- The next morning, the woman was found (deadly – died – dead – death).
    48- If there hadn't been a doctor (with – on – for – at) the train, the man would have died.
    49- We still don't know the (certainty – anxiety - identity – density) of the other man in the picture.
    50- They had carefully (planned – banned – cleaned – drained) what they were going to do.



    3- Choose the correct answer:


    1- Too much sun can be (respectable – harmful – unthinkable – in conflict).
    2- We (visited – called – hit – knocked) on the door three times, but they didn't hear us.
    3- Nurses are part of the medical (profession – work – job – career).
    4- I get on well with all my (people – workers – colleagues – relatives) at work, but they aren't close friends.
    5- The accident (occurred – took – came – caused) at 8 o'clock when everyone was on their way to work.
    6- They left 2 hours ago, so they (must – must have – have – can't have) arrived by now. It is not far.
    7- No one is sure where Ali is, but we think he (must – can't have – might have – must have) gone to see his uncle.
    8- She asked me whether (I had been – I went – I go – had I been) there before.
    9- If (I'll read – I read – I had read – I would read) for too long, I get a headache.
    10- If you had come ten minutes later, I (would leave – will leave – leave – would have left).
    11- He (is – is being – has been – was) to the top of the tower with his parents.
    12- Have you ever been to the top of a tall (structure – creature – feature - sculpture).
    13- She (must have been telling – can't have been telling – must tell – can't tell) the truth. I'm sure she did.
    14- I don't know where he is. He (might have missed – misses – can miss – doesn't miss) the train.
    15- He (must have sent – should have sent - can't have sent – might have sent) the e-mail. I'm sure he didn't.
    16- I was out this morning. He (may try – may be trying – can be trying - might have tried) to phone me then.
    17- He (can't have finished – should finish – must have finished – may have finished) his tea already. It was really hot.
    18- My little brother (can't have hidden - must have hidden – should have hidden – is hiding) my calculator. He's always hiding things
    19- If you (liked – have liked – had liked – like) mysteries, you'll love Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
    20- If I told you the story, you (wouldn't need – will need – need – wouldn't have needed) to read it.
    21- I (don't mind - won't mind - wouldn't mind – didn't mind) if you tell me how the story starts.
    22- If his colleagues had worked with him, he (wouldn't have to – didn't have to - wouldn't have had to – had to) do experiments on himself.
    23- If I (tell – told – had told – were told) you that, you'll guess the rest of the story.
    24- If you want to know what happens, you (would have to – would have had to - will have to – had to) read it yourself.
    25- Leila asked Sara if she (does – will do - was doing – had done) anything the next day.
    26- Mona said she (was going - is going – goes – has gone) to see her grandparents.
    27- Lamia asked Sally if she (buys – has bought - had bought – is buying) her grandfather a present.
    28- She wondered why (had the meeting taken – did the meeting take – would the meeting take – the meeting had taken) so long.
    29- A lot of people (communicate – compete - commute – compare) to Cairo from nearby towns.
    30- He studied mechanical (entertaining – comparing – engineering – pioneering) at the University of Dublin.
    31- I've (injected - invested – infected – intended) all my money in the company.
    32- There has been a (depressive – expensive – explosive – massive) increase in prices in the last few weeks.
    33- Our country needs a strong economic (base – case – lease – disease).
    34- The small statue was (harvested – carved – deprived – braved) out of marble.
    35- These big windows give good (elimination – determination – illumination – deviation).
    36- Our ancient monuments have great (historical – analytical – arithmetical – botanical) importance.
    37- She admitted (to have - having – had – would have) broken the computer.
    38- John Nelson wrote an interesting (photography – bibliography - biography – geography) of Napoleon.
    39- It took him 2 months to (recuperate –cooperate – celebrate – accelerate) from fever.
    40- Two young women were trying to (rise – arouse – arise – raise) money for charity.
    41- His new car (must have cost – is costing – may have cost – might have cost) a lot of money. I'm sure about that.
    42- They (must have gone - can't have gone - may have gone – might have gone) out because all the windows are open.
    43- What you are saying (is true – must be true - can't be true – will be true). I don't believe it.
    44- New evidence proved that the accused (could be – must have been – would be - couldn't have been) at the scene of the crime, so we expect that he will be released.
    45- I wonder if (she will – will she – can she – does she) recognize me after all these years.
    46- Mona asked if things (would turn – might turn – had turned - would have turned) out differently for Ahmed if she had been able to spend more time with him.
    47- Do you think I'd be here if I (have – am having - had – had had) a choice?
    48- If I (weren't – were – had been – am) you, I'd put the money in the bank right away.
    49- (If I knew-Had I known-Were I to know-Should I know) earlier that you wanted to join the team, I'd have put your name on the list.
    50- (If – Were – Unless – Should) there be any problems, contact me immediately.




    Choose the correct answer:


    1- I'm sorry, I didn't (see – recognize – realize – position) you. You look completely different.
    2- Most secondary school teachers (specialize – work – achieve – concentrate) in one or two subjects.
    3- Experiments are used to test scientific (thoughts – processes – models – theories).
    4- We are (enjoying – remembering – celebrating – developing) my brother's birthday next weekend.
    5- My favourite (place – point – location – position) when I play football is goalkeeper.
    6- I wish I (know – have known – knew – was knowing) what I was doing at the weekend.
    7- My sister wishes she (had worked – worked – works – has worked) harder when she was at school.
    8- The children were covered in sand when they got home. They (were playing – have been playing – played – had been playing) on the beach.
    9- By the time we arrived home, we (traveled – had traveled – have traveled – are traveling) over 500 kilometers.
    10- I expect (pass – to pass – passing – to passing) my driving test when I take it next year.
    11- He is a university professor who (popularizes – specializes – realizes – economizes) in the history of the Russian empire.
    12- Einstein formulated the (philosophy – symbol – base – theory) of relativity in 1905.
    13- The final election (advertisements - results – functions – theories) will be announced on Friday.
    14- There are many who will work hard to (attach – detach - achieve - chain) these goals.
    15- This is an effective treatment and could (cure – call – compose – contain) all the leprosy sufferers worldwide.
    16- The weather (gracefully – grammatically - gradually – greedily) improved.
    17- Most spiders weave webs that are almost (invisible - audible – credible – impossible).
    18- The project wasted a considerable (number – lot – plot – amount) of time and money.
    19- They have developed a new weapon which (greases - releases – pleases – freezes) toxic nerve gas.
    20- The company didn't disclose how much it expects to (gain – grain – brain – drain) from the two deals.
    21- We meet (rigorously – gorgeously - regularly – greatly) to discuss the progress of the project.
    22- There was total agreement to start the peace (process – access – excess – recess) as soon as possible.
    23- He objected to (being – having – be – have) arrested without sufficient evidence.
    24- The money was used to (furnish – inflame - finance – offend) the construction of public hospitals.
    25- He is a/an (staff – employer – employee – lecturer) in law at Alexandria University.
    26- Companies should be made to reveal more about their financial (position – place – occupation – profession).
    27- I wish you (won't leave – can't leave - wouldn’t leave – wouldn't have left) your clothes all over the floor.
    28- I wish he (is – will be – were – can be) here tonight. We would play a game of chess.
    29- Do you wish you (have - had – will have – to have) a better job?
    30- The doctors hope that she (will recover – recovered – had recovered – is recovering) soon.
    31- They offered an advance of $5,000 after the contract (signed – had signed - had been signed – would sign).
    32- I'll never forget (to meet – meets – met – meeting) that celebrity at Heathrow Airport in 2002.
    33- He didn't leave the house until the storm (had ended – ends – has ended – would end).
    34- I dislike (walk – walked – walking – to walk) and I hate the countryside.
    35- I have always regretted not (having – to have – to having – being) studied harder at school.
    36- Everyone has the right to smoke if they (wish – wishes – wished – had wished), but not the right to ruin the health of those around them.
    37- I wish I (didn't have to – won't have to – don't have to – don't need to) go to school. It's really boring.
    38- Before I had a chance to say anything, he (had walked – was walked – walks – has walked) away.
    39- If you wish (discussing – had discussed – would discuss - to discuss) this matter further please do not hesitate to contact me.
    40- As soon as he (feels – has felt - felt – would feel) well again, he returned to work.
    41- He always (accused – discouraged – evolved – envied) his brother for the way he made friends so easily.
    42- How can you (accuse – accede – accept – achieve – admit) me without knowing all the facts?
    43- I (realized – recognized – advised – invented) her from the movies, but she was much taller than I expected.
    44- The motive for the murder was clearly (allege – average – revenge – coverage).
    45- All five of the men will be charged with committing (season - treason – reason – raisin) against the state.
    46- The government started a massive aid programme for the famine (victims – pilgrims – emblems – helmets).
    47- Having children is a big (anxiety – availability - responsibility – ability) and I'm not sure I'm ready for that yet.
    48- If you want to be a poet, you must (revolve – evolve – connive – approve) your own style of writing.
    49- John rarely misses a sporting (accident – accident = account – event) in his town.
    50- Medical treatment (varies – buries – carries – worries) greatly from state to state




    Choose the correct answer


    1- My parents have always (warned – agreed – encouraged – argued) me to keep fit by playing sports.
    2- When you pass your test, you will get a driving (permission – license – paper – certificate).
    3- He doesn't want to live a (conventional – daily – interesting – exciting) life. He would prefer excitement and adventure.
    4- Their television (window – glass – gadget – screen) is very dirty.
    5- (Paper – Paperback – Cardboard – Hard) books used to be very cheep.
    6- Florence Nightingale, (which – where – that – who) was born in Italy, went to school in England.
    7- My uncle went to a school in London, (which – where – who – that) he learned to speak English well.
    8- I went to the bank this morning (so – although – because – and) I needed to take out some money.
    9- I've felt really tired today, (because – so – despite – although) I went to bed early last night.
    10- I hope that by the end of next week, our roof will have been (repair – repairing – repaired – repairs)
    11- The play was a great success (thanks to – because – due – although) the effort and commitment of everyone involved.
    12- (Although – Despite – So – Because) you've done such a good job, I'm giving everyone a 10% bonus.
    13- We asked Philip to come with us, (as – so – although – due to) he knew the road.
    14- He had to retire (as – while – when - because of) ill health.
    15- Flight BA213 has been delayed (during - owing – because – as) to fog.
    16- We succeeded (owing - through – although – because) hard work.
    17- (Although – Because – Owing – On account) I can't help admiring the man's courage, I do not approve of his methods.
    18- (Although – Because – As – Despite) repeated assurances that the product is safe, many people have stopped buying it.
    19- (Though – Despite – In spite – Because) she's almost 40, she still plans to compete.
    20- She went to Spain (although - despite – because – due) the fact that her doctor had told her to rest.
    21- Although (written – write – wrote – had written) in simple English, he couldn't understand the letter.
    22- (Because of – So – As – In spite) not having any money, he couldn't buy a bike.
    23- (In spite – Although – As – Despite) the noise outside, I went to sleep immediately.
    24- The police arrested the man (who – whom – which – what) was responsible for the forgeries.
    25- Did you get the cheque (where – whose – who – that) I sent you?
    26- I saw a man shouting at a driver (where - whose – that – whom) car was blocking the street.
    27- All the information you need is available at the travel agency (where – which – that – who) you book your holiday.
    28- Soldiers opened fire on a car (when – where - which – whose) failed to stop at an army checkpoint.
    29- As many as ten-million children (will have been infected-will infect-will have infected-would infect) with the virus by the end of the decade.
    30- By next year all the money (will spend – is spent – has been spent - will have been spent).
    31- Nothing (changes– is changed- will change– will have changed) as long as the workers continue to accept these appalling conditions.
    32- Be (positive – negative – addictive – additive) about your future and get on with living a normal life...
    33- He took a master's (licence – permission – degree – allowance) in economics at Yale.
    34- The media play a major (pole – hole – rule – role) in influencing people’s opinions.
    35- When things aren't going well, he (avoids – prevents – encourages – despises) me, telling me not to give up.
    36- As senior supervisor, she is in (attach - charge - change – check) of training new employees.
    37- It is an (improbable – imprison - impressive – infected) building with a huge tower.
    38- Charles Lindbergh became the very first person to fly (sail – solo – aside – lonely) across the Atlantic.
    39- When does your driving (card – booklet - licence – patience) expire?
    40- Some schoolchildren are victims of (pulling – bullying – peeling – boiling).
    41- He was (regarded – granted – looked – given) as the most successful businessman in town.
    42- Van Gogh had a major (affluence – abundance – affection) influence on the development of modern painting.
    43- The majority of small businesses now do their (sinking – shrinking – winking – banking) online.
    44- A microwave cooks food much faster than a (conditional – continental - conventional – confidential) oven.
    45- We found (on – of – about – out) later that we had been at the same school.
    46- There were fears that privatization would (lead - dread – head – plead) to job losses.
    47- When people saw pictures of the atrocities on TV, there was a (spontaneous–spoiling–sponsoring–smelling) reaction against the war.
    48- He was allowed out of prison to attend his father's (failure – farewell – funeral – funnel).
    49- Alternative medicine can sometimes find a cure where (annual – autumnal – criminal – conventional) medicine cannot.
    50- You don't seem very (antiseptic – enthusiastic – aquatic – athletic) about the party – don't you want to go tonight?

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    Correct the following sentences:-



    1- While he does his homework, his friend arrived.
    2- Before she did research on new treatments, she works as a surgeon.
    3- My brother has a difficult decision to do next week.
    4- He isn't finishing the job yet.
    5- When the company needs people to speak for it at a meeting, it can send a relation.
    6- Both my parents are tired. They no longer work.
    1- What did you do since the weekend?
    2-When would you start to learn English? – Two years ago.
    3-I want to be a doctor since I was ten.
    4-When I was eight. I have seen a programme about a famous doctor on TV.
    5-We were having a meeting this morning when suddenly all the lights were going out.
    6-At the moment my sister trains to be a primary teacher.
    7-Metals are expanding when they are heated.
    8-She does research on plants a few years ago.
    9-I knew him for ten years.
    10-I didn't see the film yet.
    11-What do your do? – I'm reading a story.
    12-The better thing about this job is that it is well-paid.
    13-She felt ashamed because she did a silly mistake.
    14-Dr. Magdy Yacoub made many heart transplant operations.
    15-She helped me doing the job.
    16-Egypt sent a trade allegation to the conference.
    17-Policemen usually wear a platform.
    18-He had a kidney transport last year.
    19-The normal requirement age in Egypt is 60.
    20-She is interested on reading newspapers.
    21-The complimentary on the Olympic Games was much better on the other channel.
    22- A carpenter represents one country in another.
    23-Could you give me a quick exploration of how this machine works?
    24-This designer always comes up with new ideas. He is very imaginary.
    25-They chose a famous lawyer to present them in court.
    26-They were arrested as breaking the law.
    27-He had to apologize owing to he made a shameful mistake.
    28-As well as she studied hard, she played tennis regularly.
    29-If he reads the questions carefully, he answers them.
    30-There were no accidents though the dangerous roads.
    31I like most school subjects because I don't like physics.
    32-As soon as seeing the accident, I called the police.
    33-However the box was heavy, he could carry it.
    34-In addition to he wrote the letter, he saw the film.
    35-Because they played very well, they lost the match.
    36-The people in our street are very neighbouring. They always help each other.
    37-My uncle is a represent for an international oil company.
    38-You should not ridiculous people who have different ideas from you.
    39-Despite the weather was bad, we went out.
    40-He didn't go out as his illness.
    41-As well as he goes to the market, he visited some friends.
    42-He was driving with one hand and waving with the another.
    43-She was the last student arrives at school.
    44-The government gives private care to setting up new projects.
    45-I look forward to see that play.
    46-She allowed me using her computer.
    47-I need to draw some money out of my discount.
    48-The government is trying to contract more tourists to visit Egypt.
    49-Many people in Egypt still wear conditional clothes.
    50-He couldn't decide which one he liked good.
    51-The information in this report is based on a spray completed by 2000 students.
    52-What were you doing when I am calling you?
    53-By the time my father was 18, he has been at work for two years.
    54-My sister is really happy. She is just winning the first prize.
    55-Alexandria was the last place I was spending a holiday.
    56-In the past, people thought that the earth has been flat.
    57-I will see a good film recently.
    58-He would give me back my money a few hours ago.
    59-At the moment he has cleaned the room.
    60-I am understanding this math problem very well.
    61-I didn't eat hamburger since last October.
    62-She has been mopping يمسح the floor when she heard the bad news on the radio.
    63-She slipped on a banana skin and breaks her leg.
    64-I don't speak to him since Christmas.
    65-I don't have any cash on me, so could I pay by click?
    66-Internet connection via broadcast offers many advantages
    67-My sister wants to open a bank deposit.
    68-She is gone to finish her work early today.
    69-Can she intend to study medicine in the USA?
    70-We are packing our luggage because we have gone to travel to Italy.
    71-Should you close that window, please?
    72-The bookcase isn't well fixed. It's will go falling.
    73-Football players pass the ball to each other until one player can win a goal
    74-Space scientists has to work in large, complex teams to send people into space.
    75-Elephants and gorillas live in large family groups to bringing up their young.
    76-In a recent experience, scientists showed that birds can cooperate on complex jobs.
    78-The birds could see the food, but to get him into their cage, they had to pull pieces
    of string attached to the box.
    79-Scientists found that they could successfully learn many pairs of birds to get
    their food in this way.
    80-Winning the Olympic gold medal was the realize of his life's dream.
    81-They help you talk through your problems but they don't give you any salutations.
    82-The ending of the film was printable. Everybody knew what was going to happen.
    83-I would like to compress my thanks for your kindness.
    84-He was the first man to example the land. No one has been there before him.
    85-Italy is an European country.
    86-The continent to the east of Europe is the Asia.
    87-The Aswan High Dam is on river Nile in Egypt.
    88-Good doctor needs a lot of experience. 89-I must go to bank and change some money.
    90-I really enjoyed book I've just finished reading.
    91-I'm just going to have wash.
    92-All I had for lunch was piece of cake.
    93-It's a honour to get this international award.
    94-During sixties, people were interested in music.
    95- France is part of an European Union.96-Gobi is a huge Desert in Asia. 97-The Mediterranean Sea is between the Europe and Africa.
    98-The teacher hit the children into three groups.
    99-Something that makes you feel afraid is pleasing.
    100-We should build a filter to protect us from the wind and rain.
    101-Seeing my friend after such a long time really did my day.
    102-She spoke in a quite voice so as not to wake him.
    103-Medicine as a confession is very profitable.
    104-What do you like better about your job?
    105-I'm thinking in buying a new car.
    106-One day, out of the black, she announced that she was leaving.
    107-He made his cool although she insulted him.
    108-He was in a tight corridor when his new car was stolen.
    109-His happy is listening to classical music.
    110-Prices have risen by an avenge of 4% over the past year.
    111-The much food you eat, the fatter you become.
    112-The place was more farther than I thought.
    113-No student in our class is as cleverer as John.
    114-This is the more higher building in our city.
    115-Tokyo is the more busier city in the world.
    116-She is more hard-working of all the students in this class.
    117-The blue vase is the same price than the yellow one.
    118-The weather is many colder than normal for this time of year.
    119-That’s the funny joke I have ever heard.
    120-Eating fruit is most fattening than eating chocolate.
    121-This is most exciting film I've ever seen.
    122-The most tall building in our city is the central bank.
    123-English is more easier to learn than Chinese.
    124-Pirates are people who climb mountains.
    125-The highest point of a mountain is called a transmit.
    126-The sea line is the average height of the sea.
    127-Morocco is located in the Atlantic Ocean.
    128-She was looking forward to seen the grandchildren again.
    129-I was rented by the first company I applied to.
    130-She can't affect to buy a new house.
    131-His monthly fare is $1,000.
    132-I don't eat meat, but I like almost types of fish
    133-I think I'm suffering from the affects of too little sleep.
    134-She has built up a shine of 80 bookshops across the country.
    135-The clothes, what are made of Egyptian cotton, are very good quality.
    136-I remember the day which my son was born.
    134-This is the neighborhood when I spent most of my childhood.
    135-The animals whose are in the zoo are all endangered species.
    136-Archaeology is knowledge and equipment used in scientific or industrial work.
    137-Companies can now accommodate goods all around the world.
    138-Employees in this shop usually get their salaries every Friday
    139-Ali and Peter look very similar accept that Ali is a little taller
    140-That's not the way to doing it - let me show you.
    141-He suggested to visit the museum.
    142-I phone my uncle since 8 o'clock this morning. I wonder what the matter is.
    143-I didn't see my cousin since the last school holiday.
    144-That’s the worst place I’ve never visit.
    145-I haven’t talked to him since he leaves school.
    146-It’s the first time he is flying in a helicopter.
    147-How long is it since you are meeting him?
    148-This land is infertile. It can produce a large number of good crops.
    149-Carbons provide our bodies with heat and energy.
    150-Protein is an animal which helps us to grow and be healthy.
    151-A leaf is the part of a plant from which a new plant of the same kind can grow.
    152-Millions of people face salutation because they don't have enough to eat.
    153-I hope you good health.
    154-I really admit people who can work in such difficult conditions.
    155-They are selecting money for the new hospital.
    156-John is used to driving a ten-year-old small car, but now he drives a big new one.
    157-When I was young, I am used to have a phobia of spiders, but now I don't.
    158-I don't use to play computer games, but now I play them occasionally.
    159-When I was in Alexandria, I am used to going swimming every day.
    160-Where did you used to go for holiday when you were a child?
    161-He isn't used to having any guests, but now he has parties every weekend.
    162-They don't use to go camping for a holiday, but now they stay in the best hotels.
    163-People used to work very long hours, but now they work so many hours.
    164-The cities are used to being smaller, but now they are much bigger.
    165-People are used to travelling by horse and cart, but now they travel by cars.
    166- It is too a polluted area that no one can live there.
    167-The area is so polluted for anyone to live there.
    168-She is such young to drive a car.
    169-There was so much noise in the street for me to concentrate.
    170-There was enough a lot of noise in the street that I couldn’t concentrate.
    171-The clothes were too expensive for her that she could buy.
    172-This project is such complicated that we can’t take it on.
    173-She spoke such softly that no one could hear her
    174-There is enough much work for one person to handle.
    175-The food was such delicious that we ate it all.
    176-He’s not used to drink so much coffee.
    177-He doesn't smoke no longer.
    178-The job was difficult enough for him to do.
    179-The tests are vertical to those carried out last year. They are exactly the same.
    180-Computer-controlled robots are taking over annual jobs in many industries.
    181-He was able to provide the police with some valueless information.
    182- This helped them to solve the crime.
    183-What have you been done since we last met?
    184-I've been drinking three cups of tea this morning.
    185-He plays squash all morning – that's why he looks so tired.
    186-An amateur is a person who does as a job what people usually do as a hobby.
    187-A silver medal is a medal for being first in an Olympic race.
    188-Although he had an injury, he took place in the competition.
    189-My father has been travelling abroad six times in the last two months.
    190-My brother has just been passing his university exams, that's why he looks so happy.
    191-He lives in London for 20 years now and he doesn't intend to move.
    192-I'm sorry my clothes are dirty. I clean my garage.
    193-Sensation is suffering or death caused by lack of food.
    194-I'd talk that the government should make more efforts to solve this problem.
    195-The doctor who's clinic is next to the bank is very clever.
    196-I hope I am getting my university degree next month.
    197-Asia is the largest city in the world.
    198-He couldn't finish the book because it was too serial.
    199-Relative people inhabited this island 2000 years ago.
    200-He went board on business.
    201-Turn left and you'll see the hospital above of you.
    203-All the passengers and chew survived the crash.
    204-I'll visit you wherever I have time.
    205-He commented me a good book to read.
    206-I wish getting a new job soon.
    207-She did the job well and neither did Hala.
    208-He can't use the computer and so can't I.
    209-The mountain is incredibly height.
    210-The man who's house collapsed during the earthquake was so sad.
    211-The boy whose written the e-mail is my cousin.
    212-The company who's employees went on strike closed down.
    213-This is the man whose works for the computer company.
    214-Nobody saw the thieves who's robbed the gas station.
    215-She didn't know the way to the station, was she?
    216-Nobody is here, isn't he?
    217-A lot of money has to be collected, have it?
    218-I don't think he'll pass the driving test, can't he?
    219-That's not the right answer, does it?
    220-Electrical engineering is the science of changing the structure of the genes
    of a living thing in order to make it healthier or stronger.
    221-Automatic farming does not use chemical fertilizers.
    222-Nobody leaves until the meeting had ended.
    223-We always go aboard in summer.
    224-Africa is the second largest of the world's countries.
    225-We all went assure when our ship came to port.
    226-She was tired when she arrived home. She is working all day.
    227-By the time he reached the bus stop, the bus has already been leaving.
    228-Before he is sending the e-mail, he made two phone calls.
    229-Some houses are very cold because they have no roof installation.
    230-The whole area was fattened by the storm.
    231-It took us several minutes to overlook the front door and get in.
    232-Biography plays a vital role in building design.
    233-The lifeguard rescued the sinking boy.
    234-He lives in a close village. It's far from the nearest town.
    235-He started writing in his mid twenties. By then, he travels all over the world.
    236-Before he went back to America, he has been living with a group of primitive people.
    237-As soon as he received the phone call, he has gone to the airport.
    238-He looked very tired. He works so hard all weekend.
    239-She seemed to be very happy. Perhaps she is receiving some good news.
    240-I am seeing a good film last night.
    241-He sounded very angry when I spoke to him this morning. Perhaps he loses his job.
    242-She wasn't helping her mother until she had done the homework.
    243-She was excited about going to London. She has never been there before.
    244Copper commits electricity better than other materials do.
    245-This block of flats is twenty stairs high.
    246-The Pyramids took a long time to conduct.
    247-People sometimes think in a similar way to their descendants.
    248-He used the close control to turn off the TV.
    249-Buildings with thick walls keep on the heat.
    250-We designed our house by itself.
    251-This car belongs to our neighbours. It's them.
    252-People live in houses to protect ourselves from the weather.
    253-This machine is automatic. It works by himself.
    254-This is not your camera. It's him.
    255-People are not allowing to park here.
    256-All the questions must answer in order.
    257-Our products export to many countries.
    258-She got hurting while cleaning the kitchen.
    259-This painting is going to exhibit at the art gallery.
    260-The man is questioning at the police station at the moment.
    261-This problem should solve soon.
    262-Historical land is used for growing crops and keeping animals.
    263-Egypt has very beautiful landslides.
    264-A lot of tourists visit this place to enjoy the duty of nature.
    265-It is knowing that people have lived in the desert
    267-They arrested at the airport last week.
    268-He is operating on at the moment.
    269-We should protect our historic and famous moments.
    270-A wreckage tour is a holiday arranged by a company for a fixed price.
    271-A distillation is the place you are going to.
    272-There house is so big.
    273-The dog moved it's tail when it saw me.
    274-The job herself is good but the boss is unkind.
    275-Can you introduce your, please?
    276-Please help myself to more tea.
    277-The flat overlooking the park belongs to ours.
    278-The children cooked their meal by them.
    279-He owns a beautiful flat in London on the third ground.
    280-They live in an attached house. They don't have any close neighbours.
    281-The block of flats where he lives has eight stories.
    282-Its the best book I've ever read.
    283-Has been given the first prize, he invited all his friends to lunch.
    284-He sit up a company that sells computers.
    285-We had an armed system installed in our house.
    286-Youssef Chahine is a famous film detector.
    287-Having interviewed for two hours, she was accepted for the job.
    288-He disguised himself so as not to recognize by the police.
    289-New cities could build in the desert.
    290-The command for oil this month has exceeded supply.
    290-The government is going to put a pan on the import of cars.
    291-The plane deduced speed as it approached the airport.
    292-The milk has run away.
    293-We need to buy some.
    294-Plants are the main source of electronic oxygen.
    295-In the past, people can't find clean water, so there were a lot of diseases.
    296-She's been trying to pass her driving test for six years and she's finally managed in passing it.
    297-I don't see my neighbour any more. He must moved to a new house.
    298-He can read or write. He is illiterate.
    299-Excuse me, should you tell me the way to the station, please?
    300-We could get into our car because our keys were locked inside.
    301-We will keep out of oil in 20 years.
    302-Almost any information you need shall be found on the internet.
    303-He uses a stethoscope and wears a white coat. He can't be a doctor.
    304-She can the ability to do her job very efficiently.
    305-He had no keys. He must get into the house through the window.
    306-When I was young, I can ride a bicycle.
    307-You may not park your car here. It's against the law.
    308-The demand on oil is increasing all the time.
    309-Hanger causes the death of thousands of people every year.
    310-The volcano adapted and caused a lot of damage.
    311-An animation is something that you have been wanting to achieve for a long time.
    312-He was concluded in the team because he was a good player.
    313-She spilled the juice while she was touring it.
    314-An accountant is a person who collects fares on a bus or a train.
    315-They had a long cheat with her about her job.
    316-If I felt tired, I usually go to bed early.
    317-If I found any money at school, I'll take it to one of the teachers.
    318If you haven't taken those photos, I wouldn't have remembered our holiday.
    319-I'll tell you if I saw anything unusual.
    320-If there hadn't been a doctor on the train, the man would die.
    321-If his wife hadn't been rich, he doesn't marry her.
    322-Unless she makes that phone call, she wouldn't have known about his illness.
    323-Unless he arrives early, he will have missed the lecture.
    324-If he were a lawyer, he helps me.
    325-Had he seen the signal, he wouldn't make that accident.
    326-If I found any money at school, I'll take it to one of the teachers.
    327-I'll tell you if I saw anything unusual.
    328-If you haven't taken those photos, I wouldn't have remembered our holiday.
    329-When he heard the news, he was talkative. He said nothing.
    330-I didn't understand the lecture. It was completely meaningful to me.
    331-The President made an unexpected advertisement this morning.
    332-A playwright is a person who writes poems
    333-The government does its best to reclaim the education system.
    334-The police set a trip for the thieves.
    335-His latest novel was a best sale.
    336-There were over 100 survival of the crash, but 50 people died.
    337-Zoos have lenses to keep animals in and to keep people out.
    338-He needs a great deal of money to reduce the film.
    339-A psychologist studies prehistoric forms of life.
    340-You should be curious while driving your car or you'll have an accident.
    341-Dr. Zewail got several international rewards for his achievements.
    342-We should stop referring with nature.
    343-The boat sailed towards the main ground of France.
    345-Many wild animals are threatened with extension.
    346-In what ways can human affected by science?
    347-He awarded a prize for one of his novels.
    348-He writes about humans be infected by germs.
    348-This island inhabits only by birds.
    349-This scientific report can understand by ordinary people.
    350-What must done to solve this problem?
    351-We should all take part in the bottle against disease and poverty.
    352-We must find an answer for the problem of climate change.
    353-The main cause for global warming is the pollution from factories.
    354-I'd like to find out more with studying in a different country.
    355-Egypt is most famous at its beautiful Pyramids.
    356-My brother isn't very good for playing basketball.
    357-Smoking may result from cancer.
    358-She recovered about her illness.
    359-We should protect the environment with pollution.
    360-He complained with hotel manager about the food he had for breakfast.
    361-She was ashamed about herself when she made a mistake.
    362-He agreed on helping me with my homework.
    363-He suggested to look for the information on the internet.
    364-He reminded me with buying a newspaper for him.
    365-She told me she is going to buy a new house.
    366-My elder brother decided for traveling abroad.
    367-These remote islands are only inhibited by birds and animals.
    368-Cairo has a pollution of over 10 million people.
    369-My father raises at 5 every morning to do exercise.
    370-Objects of historical interest are usually kept in companies.
    371-The hotel is in a lovely vacation overlooking the lake.
    372-Before roads were building across the desert, hardly any visitors came to Dakhla.
    373-You may persuade to think again if you visit this oasis.
    374-The job is doing at the moment.
    375-The injured man couldn't walk and his friends had to be carried him.
    376-A new hospital has built near the airport.
    377-Dangerous driving are caused a lot of accidents.
    378-A decision won't be making before the end of the month.
    379-It is saying that many people are homeless after the floods.
    380-The current of Egypt is the pound.
    381-Most hotels in Egypt have a good repetition.
    382-You have to take any more pills. You are quite well now.
    383-You must drink this liquid. It's poisonous.
    384-You need to bring any food with you tomorrow. I'll have enough for us all.
    385-You have to clean the kitchen today. I'll do it in a few hours.
    386-We didn't have waited long. A bus came at once.
    387-I needn't pay the bill last year. My brother was here then and he paid it.
    388-I got to finish this work at 7 p.m.
    389-I'll needn't to go in a few minutes. I don't want to miss my plane.
    390-Should you have to clean the house yourself? – No, someone did it for me.
    391-Does she got to send the e-mail today?
    392-You can stay at home if you want. You mustn't come with us.
    393-You have to buy that book. I can lend you mine.
    394-You don't need to take that medicine. You will get worse if you don't.
    395-All the prices here are flexible. They cannot be changed.
    396-We arrived at our desperation tired and hungry.
    397-We should encourage terrorism as it brings a lot of hard currency into our country.
    398-We have a smoke arm in our kitchen to warn us in case of fire.
    399-Where have the jewels kept?
    400-When were they held the conference?
    401-He hopes to promote to general manager.
    402-How many people does your company unemployed?
    403-My cousin, where is a research chemist, works in the food industry.
    404-My brother went to Oxford University which he studied economics.
    405-John, which grew up in London, has lived in Egypt for 1 5 years.
    406-The university which my uncle works is in Cairo.
    407-The university where I want to go to is near my uncle.
    408-My uncle Ahmed, where is a businessman, lives in Cairo.
    409-Tanta, whose is Egypt's fifth largest city, has many mosques.
    410-Ahmed, when has many customers in India, often goes there for holidays.
    411-Ahmed's clothes company, where he started in 1950, exports all over the world.
    412-The reason I like this job is that I meet all kind of people
    413-The better thing about working here is the friendly people.
    I enjoy working here because every day is difference.414-
    415-The main cause is I'm proud to be helping to make Egypt a better place
    416-Since I started the job, I met important people from all over the world.
    417-Yesterday I was interviewed business leaders in Cairo
    418-Now I work for a well-known Egyptian company that writes computer programs.
    .419-At the moment, I'm making research on a computer program for this company
    420-I was wanting to be a doctor since I was ten.
    421-When I was eight, I was seeing a programme about a famous Egyptian doctor on T.V.
    422-We make a card for my brother. Do you want to help?
    423-We were having a meeting at work when suddenly all the office lights went out
    424-My sister was always enjoying working with children.
    425-At the moment, she trains to be a primary school teacher.
    426-Professor Magdi Yacoub is a world-fame heart surgeon.
    427-He was born in Egypt in 1935, the son of a surgery who worked in different places
    around the country.
    428-The family had to move every little years,
    429-Yacoub learnt to adopt to different situations and enjoyed meeting different people
    430-When his aunt died due to a heart problem, Yacoub decided to become a lung surgeon.
    431-He studied medicine at Cairo University and qualified for a doctor in 1957.
    432-In the 1960s, he teach at Chicago University in the United States and worked with many of the world's best heart surgeons
    433-Now Yacoub had the qualified and experience to do great things
    434- In 1973, he became a heart sergeant at Harefield Hospital in England.
    435-Under his friendship, HarefIeld became the most important transplant
    centre in the country.
    436-In the early 1980s, he was part of the band which did the first British heart
    transplant operation.
    437-At this time, Yacoub travelled thousands of kilometres in small planes
    and helicopters to find healthy hearts for transport..
    438-Yacoub became Professor at Heart Surgery at London University in 1986
    439-Although he tired as a surgeon in 2001, Yacoub continued to research new
    treatments recently he was part of team which did new 29.
    440-If you ask why he continues to work in his70s 30.he will say that he believes he can do a difference to people's lives.
    441-For this reason he works for a company in Africa which helps children with
    heart problems
    442-What is the normal retired age for people in Egypt?
    443-Can society benefit of people who work in their 70s or 80s?
    444-What are people's main causes for continuing to work when they are older?
    445-Do older people have any special quantities that younger people don't have?
    446-What charitable organised are important in Egypt?
    447-How importance a part do charities play around the world today?
    448-If you have a qualification in maths or some accounting experiment, apply in
    writing to: P.O. Box 43, Cairo.
    449-Surgeons make operations on people in hospitals. 39
    450-My brother has a very difficult decision to do next week
    451-My sister, who works for a charitable organization believes her work makes a difference to people's lives
    452-Everyone does mistakes when they're learning something new.
    453-It's been more than 20 years since surgeons made the first heart transplant operation in Britain
    454-There's a factory in our town which makes parts for cars and buses.
    456-Without he doesn't have a study plan, it is easy to waste time.
    457-Ayman lent a football from Osama
    458-Having writing the letter, he put a stamp on it and took it to the post office.
    459-The television didn't work although my sister had broken it.
    460-They are brothers. Despite one was wearing a new suit. The other was wearing
    old clothes.
    461-After finished the secondary school. He entered the university.
    462-She was painting the picture while the telephone rang.
    463-What were you doing when saw you in the bank yesterday?
    464-He advised her to she passed the test.
    465-He let us to take part in the play.
    466-My brother has been in London for 1998.
    467-I know him for 5 years.
    468-I am teaching in this school since 1995.
    469-It's a week since I have heard from you.
    470-I last played football since I was on holiday.
    471-The last time I have visited the pyramids was in 1995.
    472-I haven't met him a month ago.
    473-I didn't study English for 2 days.
    474-It's ages since I have last gone to a football match.
    475-The last time Bill came here was since 1997.
    476-Hani bought those glasses last year, and is wearing them ever since.
    477-He just arrived at the party.
    478-I'm not decorating my room yet.
    479-I only buy my new camera last week, but I already take 300 photos with it.
    480-My father work in a bank in the city centre. He work there for fifteen years.
    481-My company have an important meeting last month. A delegation come from
    their office in Japan.
    482-I be so tired last night that I fall asleep while I watch a film on TV.
    483-At the moment, we do a history project at school. It be very interesting.
    484-She's so badly behaved in spite of her mother lets her get away with everything.
    485-Afaf used to plying tricks on his young brother.
    486-A lawyer who advises people about the law.
    487-They've got three private cars although they are rich.
    488-However weakness he is , he won the race.
    489-It is necessary for us to go back on foot last night.
    490-After he has had his tea; he went out for a work.
    491-First he did his homework after he watched T.V.
    492-However her politeness, she is still unmarried.
    493-It is forbid to wait here.
    494-My uncle is a represent of an international oil company.
    495-Despite the weather was bad, I went out.
    496-he didn't go out because his illness.
    497The people in the street are very neighbouring. They always help each other.
    498-If he read the question carefully, he will answer it correctly.
    499-Never He neglect his work
    500-She cutting the grass.
    501- We didn't know the reason he was absent,
    502-He is poor, so can't buy a car
    503-He studies hard so as not to succeed
    504-She wants to be a doctor but she will enter the faculty of Medicine.
    505-He is too fat, so he has to eat much.
    506-The Olympic Games held in the USA in 1996.
    507-I think the story he told you being true.
    508-They digging a well to get water.
    509-This car is as older as my car.
    510-Ahmad is the better student in the class.
    511-Arabic is the easiest subject.
    512-Challenger deep is the deeper part of all the oceans.
    513-Everest is highest than Kilimanjaro.
    514-Everest is not as high than that.
    516-Part two is most difficult than part one.
    517-For me, his climb was the more important sporting event of 2007.
    518-The older tree in the world is nearly 10,000 years old.
    519-My friend had a problem, he was in a light corner.
    520-That is least interesting film I have ever seen.
    521-English is more easier than Chinese.
    522-This is most exciting match I have ever seen.
    523-It is the most tall building in our city.
    524-The higher point of the mountain is called summit.
    525-Ahmad is the better student in the class.
    526-My friend had a problem, he was in a light corner.
    527-This car is as older as my car.
    528-He is amateur, he plays for money
    529-The most tall building in our city is the Central Bank.
    530-A baby Is a child who has just started walking.
    531-If we were late for school we would punish by the ked master
    532-If Adel goes to the cinema he would see the film
    533-I can not sleep when drink coffee at night.
    534-We must not go near the dog as it bite him
    535-Shady has not too more to buy a shirt
    537-The person by the red hair is my friend.
    538-She has finished her work a moment ago.
    539-I wrote a letter then going to bed.
    540-I saw a big house that it was on fire.
    541-He will be late in case of he gets up late.
    542-I saw a big house that it was on fire.
    543-The person by the red hair is my friend.
    544-John, which grew up in London, has lived in Egypt for 1 5 years.
    545-The University which my uncle works is in Cairo.
    546-The University where I want to go to is near my uncle.
    547-My uncle Ahmed, where is a businessman, lives in Cairo.
    548-Tanta, whose is Egypt's fifth largest city, has many mosques.
    549-Ahmed, when has many customers in India, often goes there for holidays.
    550-Ahmed's clothes company, where he started in 1950, exports all over the world.
    551-The clothes, what are made of Egyptian cotton, are very good quality
    552-My cousin, where is a research chemist, works in the food industry.
    553-My brother went to Oxford University which he studied economics.
    554-My cousin that is a research assistant, works in the food industry.
    555-My brother went to Oxford university which he studied economics.
    556-Peter, where grew up in London, has lived in Egypt for 15 years.
    557-The university which my uncle works is in Cairo.
    558-The university where I want to go to is near my uncle.
    559- This is the girl who uncle is a professor.
    560-I don't use to play computer games, but now I play them occasionally.
    561-When I was in Alexandria; I am used to going swimming every day.
    562-Where did you used to go for holiday when you were a child?
    563-He isn't used to having any guests, but now he has parties every weekend.
    564-They don't use to go camping for a holiday, but now they stay in the best hotels.
    565-People used to work very long hours, but now they work so many hours.
    566-The cities are used to being smaller, but now they are much bigger.
    567-People are used to travelling by horse and cart, but now they travel by cars.
    568-It is too a polluted area that no one can live there.
    569-The area is so polluted for anyone to live there.
    570-She is such young to drive a car.
    541-There was so much noise in the street for me to concentrate.
    572-He’s not used to drink so much coffee.
    573-He doesn't smoke no longer.
    574-The job was difficult enough for him to do.
    575-The tests are vertical to those carried out last year. They are exactly the same.
    576-Computer-controlled robots are taking over annual jobs in many industries.
    578-He was able to provide the police with valueless information. This helped them
    to solve the crime.
    579-I watching TV in the evening.
    580-We use the calculator for do the sums
    581-We have been learn English for five years
    582-He drinks a cup of tea a moment ago.
    583-You should not make troubles in the class.
    584-I had to buy some sugar as there was not some left.
    585-Ibraheem missed the bus so he got up late
    586-I admire my grandmother most than any other person.
    587-I saw the film. Then you come.
    588-It is raining yesterday.
    589-He haven't emailed us since last month .
    590-It's along time since he has been written to me .
    591-We haven't meet for five years.
    592-She has last visited me when she was 10 years old.
    593-He last visit us when my father came back home.
    594-It's a year since he has phoned us.
    595-He has studied English since five years.
    596-I haven't play tennis for a week.
    597-He has gone to London in 1995.
    598-I last visited my grandmother for three weeks.
    599-I has studies English for five years.
    600-They just have finished.

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    مُساهمة  Mr. Mag في الأربعاء مايو 18, 2011 4:33 pm

    (Reading Comprehension) The Passages السؤال الخامس والسادس" "
    مخصص لهذا السؤال (10 ) درجات لذا يجب عدم التسرع في قراءة القطع أو عند الإجابة



    Read the following passage, then answer the question:
    طريقة الإجابة علي هذا السؤال :


    1- قراءة الأسئلة وترجمة ما تعرفه من كلمات وتخمين الكلمات الأخرى ولذلك لمعرفة الفكرة العامة التي تدور حولها القطعة.
    2- قراءة القطعة كاملة أول مرة وترجم ما نعرفه من كلمات وخمن الأخرى.
    3- يعاد قراءة القطعة مرة أخرى ولكن هذه المرة عليك تقسيم القطعة إلى مجموعة قطع صغيرة كل قطعة أربعة أو ثلاث اسطر .
    4- إقراء الثلاث اسطر بعناية واستنتج معاني بعض الكلمات التي تفيدك في الإجابة على الأسئلة .
    5- بعد قراءة الفقرة الأولى مثلا لابد أن ترجع إلى الأسئلة فمن المؤكد أن تجد إجابة احد الأسئلة في هذه الفقرة.
    6- اتبع نفس الطريقة في باقي الفقرات " تقرا الفقرة ثم تعود إلى الأسئلة لإيجاد حل هذه الأسئلة "



    1- Put a suitable title for the passage. ضع عنوان مناسب للقطعة.
    2- What is the main idea of the passage? ما هي الفكرة الرئيسية في القطعة؟
    3- Find in the passage words which mean
    a) …………….b)………. استخرج كلمات من القطعة تعنى..
    4- What does the pronoun.......refer to? ما الذي يشير إليه الضمير......؟
    5-What does the underlined / black typed word ...mean / refer to? مادا تعنني الكلمة التي أسفلها خط ؟
    6-Summarize the main idea in the passage.
    لخص الفكرة الرئيسية فئ القطعة
    7-Show…(Indicate…) Explain ... / Discuss the reasons……. وضح- اشرح – ناقش السبب...........
    8-Write down = Summarize with words on your own. أكتب....- لخص بكلمات من عندك
    9-Explain why/ What do you think ( is your opinion)of..? فسر لمادا / مار أيك في......؟
    10- Do you agree \ oppose \ think …….? هل ( توافق )( تعترض ) تعتقد ؟
    11- Mention in detail ……../ in brief…………. أذكر بالتفصيل...../ باختصار......
    12- From your point of view…./ In your opinion… من وجهة نظرك( في رأيك)........
    13- From the point of view of the writer(author=narrator) من وجهة نظر الكاتب (المؤلف) ( الراوي)..
    أخيرا اقرأ الأسئلة لتكون فكرة عن القطعة وما تدور حوله وحاول تخمين معاني الكلمات التي لا تعرفها من السياق العام


    Work book passages

    1-Read the following passage, then answer the questions.

    Today, most people put their cash into a bank account. Thousands of years ago, people did not use money at all. If they wanted to have something, they gave the owner something that belonged to them. Later, many different things were used as money in different parts of the world, including sharks' teeth.
    In time, people decided to use gold as money because everybody accepted it and it looked beautiful. The first gold coins were made in Lydia (now western Turkey). But gold was very heavy. The Chinese were the first people to make and use paper money. When the Italian explorer Marco Polo went to China in the thirteenth century, he was surprised to see people using paper money. Later, in Europe, people started to leave their gold in banks and paid for things with notes from their bank.
    Today, people still use coins and bank notes, but there are many other ways of paying, including cheques, credit cards and online payments.
    1 - Where do most people keep money these days?
    a in their pockets b under their bed c in a bank account d in a box
    2- What was the problem with gold?
    a There wasn't enough for everyone, b It was very heavy.
    c Some people didn't think it was real money, d People preferred bank notes.
    3- Where did Marco Polo come from?
    a China b Turkey c Lydia d Europe
    4-Thousands of years ago, what did people do if they wanted something?
    5-Why did people choose gold as a kind of money?
    6 Why do you think the Chinese used paper money?
    7 Why do you think Marco Polo was surprised to see paper money?
    2-Read the following passage, then answer the questions.
    As international trade increased, people from different countries met for the first time. As well as trading goods, they traded ideas and taught each other many things.
    The wheel was invented in 4000 BC in Sumeria, now part of Iraq. With the wheel, people could travel further and carry goods more easily.Paper was invented in China in the second century. Arabs learned how to make paper from wood and cotton in the eighth century. The Europeans then learned this from the Arabs.Bicycles were invented in the 19th century by the Germans. The first bicycles had a big wheel at the front and a small wheel at the back. There are now many kinds of bicycles. A type of camera was invented by the Iraqi Ibn al-Haytham in around 1020. The first camera that was small enough to be carried from place to place was designed by the German scientist Johann Zahn in 1685. However, his design was not used to take photographs until 150 years later.
    1-Where was the wheel invented?
    2-Which inventions do you read about in the passage?
    3-How were the first bicycles different from the bicycles we use today?
    4 How big was the first camera?
    5- Why did the invention of the wheel change the world?
    a Because it was invented in Iraq. b Because people could travel to Iraq more easily
    c- Because people could carry goods longer distances, d Because it was invented in 4000 BC.
    6 -Who first invented paper?
    a Arabs b the Chinese c the Egyptians d the Europeans
    7- When did the Arabs learn how to make paper from wood?
    a in 4000 BC b in250BC c in the 8th century d in the 19th century
    3-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    A goal is something you want to achieve. First, decide what your goal is. For example, do you want to pass a test? Do you want to be a doctor? When you have decided on your goal, write it down on paper and look at it every day. Then decide what you must do to succeed.
    Some people never reach their goal because they think it is impossible. But you must always believe that your goals are possible. Don’t think, “This test is difficult. I’ll probably fail”. Instead, think, “This test is difficult, but I’ve worked hard and I will pass it”.
    Most people are successful at things they enjoy. So always try to enjoy your work. Keep looking at the goal you wrote on paper and think how happy you will be when you succeed. Think about that happiness while you are working and you will enjoy your work. a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 What is this passage about?
    2 What should you do when you have written your goal on paper?
    3 Why do some people not reach their goal?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 What is the opposite of pass?a succeed b fail c lose d miss
    5 What kind of things are most people successful at?
    a Things that are easy. b Things that are difficult.
    c Things that they enjoy doing. d Things they work hard at.
    4-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    One day, I was waiting for a friend in town when I saw two men. One was sitting on the pavement wearing old clothes. He had a hat in front of him. As people passed, he said, “Can you give me money, please?” Some people threw coins into his hat, but most walked past. The other man, who was wearing a suit, stopped people and asked them politely to lend him money to buy petrol for his car. Most people happily gave him coins or notes. During the ten minutes I was watching him, he collected a lot of money. He put it all in his pocket, but did not go to buy petrol I soon realised that both men just wanted money. The one in the old clothes needed money more than the one in the suit, but the one in the suit got more money. Isn’t that strange?
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 How did the two men look different?
    2 What did the writer think about what he had seen?
    3 What does the word most refer to in but most walked past?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 Why was the man’s hat in front of him?
    a It had fallen off his head. b It was there on the pavement before he sat down.
    c He put t there for people to throw money into. d He had taken it off because it was a hot day.
    5 Why didn’t the man in the suit go to buy petrol?
    a There was already petrol in his car. b He was going to buy petrol later.
    c He didn’t have a car. d He had lied about why he needed money.
    5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    Hockey is a very old team sport which is popular all over the world. Hockey is normally played on grass, but there is also ice hockey.Men and women can play hockey, and in some countries they play together in mixed teams. Like football, there are eleven players in a hockey team. Players carry sticks which they use to control the ball — either to pass it to other players on their team, or to hit it into a net and score goals. The goalkeeper is the only player who can kick the ball.Hockey can be a dangerous game. The ball, which is small and very hard, can break bones if it hits a player, and players can hurt each other with their sticks. One of the important rules of the sport is that players cannot lift their sticks above their shoulders.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 On what surfaces is hockey played?
    2 What do hockey players use to hit the ball?
    3 What can goalkeepers do that ordinary players cannot do?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 How do players score goals in hockey?
    a They kick the ball into the net. b They hit the ball into the net with a stick.
    c They throw the ball into the net. d They carry the ball into the net.
    5 How is a hockey ball different from a football?
    a It is softer. b It is larger. c It is smaller. d It is not round.
    6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    Two of my friends went on a three-week climbing holiday in Switzerland last year. They had climbing lessons for six months before they left and took ropes and other important equipment.On the first day of their holiday, they started climbing one of the easy mountains. It was a bright, sunny day and they did not find climbing difficult. When it was nearly dark, they stopped and ate some of the food they had brought with them, then they made beds for themselves on a large piece of rock. The mountain side provided shelter from the wind.
    During the night, it became very cold and started to snow. Unfortunately, when my friends woke up in the morning, the snow was still falling and they decided to come down the mountain. But there was too much snow and they had to wait for five hours to be rescued.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 What did the writer’s friends do before they went climbing?
    2 What was the weather like when they started climbing?
    3 How did the story end?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 How long was the writer’s friends’ holiday?
    a six weeks b six months c three weeks d a year
    5 When did the two people decide to stop climbing?
    a on the second morning b on the first evening c during the first night d on the first morning
    7-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    When Guy de Maupassant arrived in the French capital during the early 1870s, Paris was one of the most czciting cities in the modem world. Many of its narrow streets, with their old houses in the poorer parts of the .:ctty, had been knocked down in the 1 840s and replaced by wide streets with beautiful new buildings. These were :much healthier for people to live in. New railway lines brought thousands of people into the city every day to work in the growing industries.
    The Eiffel Tower opened in 1889 and brought thousands of tourists into.Paris, which was already an important centre for artists and writers. The first line of the Paris Metro opened in 1890, attracting even more visitors.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 When did Maupassant move to Paris?
    2 What does the word These mean in These were much healthier...?
    3 Why did people come into Paris by railway?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 When were parts of Paris rebuilt?
    a in the 1840s b in the 1870s c in the 1880s d in the 1890s
    5 What does the word Metro mean?
    a private transport b a meeting place c a bus route d an underground railway
    8-Read the following passage, then answer the questions.
    Today, most people who live in cities live in tower blocks. These are tall buildings which contain many flats. The first tower blocks that we know about were built in the ancient city of Shibham in Yemen in the sixteenth century. All the city’s houses are made from mud bricks, and this includes 500 tower blocks. Some of these are over 30 metres high and have 11 storeys. Each storey is a flat for a single family to live in. The blocks were built in this way to protect people from attack by enemies.
    Although Shibham has been a city for more than 2,000 years, most of its houses were built around 500 years ago. For this reason, people sometimes refer to Shibham as “the oldest
    skyscraper city in the world”. It is definitely the earliest example we know of a town where the architects built into the sky instead of only along the ground. Shibham’s towers are the tallest mud brick buildings in the world and the first tower blocks in the Middle East.
    1 What is a tower block?
    2 When were the earliest tower blocks built?
    3 What are these tower blocks made of?
    4 How many storeys do the tallest of these tower blocks have?
    5 How many tower blocks are there in Shibham?
    a five b five hundred c thirty d eleven
    6 How many families lived in tower blocks with eleven storeys?
    a one b eleven C twenty-two d five
    7 Why were the Shibham tower blocks built in this way?
    a The architects were doing an experiment .b There was not much room in the city.
    c People preferred living high up. d To protect the people who lived in them.
    10-Read the following passage, then answer the questions.
    Diamonds are the world’s hardest, most valuable stones. They were formed, over millions of years, deep under the earth’s surface by great heat and by the weight of the rocks above. Now scientists can also make diamonds in their laboratories.The first diamonds were found thousands of years ago in India. Since then, they have been found in more than 35 countries, including Brazil, Russia and South Africa. Today, most of the world’s supply of diamonds comes from South Africa. Most diamonds are from “open” mines where large amounts of rock have to be removed so that people can get to the stones. This process can damage landscapes and be bad for the environment.Although most people think of diamonds as jewellery, only 20% of diamonds are worn as jewellery. The other 80% are used forindustrial purposes, including cutting or polishing metals.
    1 When were diamonds found in India?
    a thirty-five years ago b hundreds of years ago c thousands of years ago d millions of years ago
    2 What other word is used in the passage to mean diamond?
    a rock b stone c jewellery d mine
    3 “Open” mines can the landscape. a help b damage c supply d polish
    4 Where were diamonds formed?
    5 In which country were the first diamonds found?
    6 Where do most diamonds come from now?
    7 What are most diamonds used for today?
    11-Read the following article, then answer the questions.
    North Sinai attracts ecotourists
    El-Arish, a city in North Sinai, has always been one of the most important entrances to Egypt. It was the way into Egypt for the Turkish and Roman armies, who destroyed the traditional Arishi culture. Now North Sinai is being improved, but there will be no new cities or industrial areas. Agriculture, fishing and tourism will be the most important activities.
    The North Sinai Bedouins have not been travellers for many years. Today, many own farms on land which used to be desert. Others are fishermen on Lake Bardawil. The lives of Bedouin women have also changed. They used to look after their families, but now some are businesswomen, producing traditional carpets and other goods for tourists.
    Although there are no historic sites in North Sinai, it is a pollution-free environment. This attracts ecotourists, and ecotourism will help the area and protect its culture.
    1 What did the Turkish and Roman armies do when they came to North Sinai?
    2 What do some Bedouin women do now?
    3 What attracts tourists to North Sinai now?
    4 What is special about El-Arish?
    a It is an important industrial centre. b It is a door into Egypt.
    c It has many historic sites. d It is a Bedouin centre.
    5 How have the lives of the North Sinai Bedouins changed in the last few years?
    a They now mostly live in one place. b They work in local industries.
    c They do not have ordinary jobs. d They live in ordinary houses.
    12-Read the following passage, then. answer the questions:
    The people who live in the far north of Canada used to build their homes out of large blocks of ice. Because these were hard and thick, their houses were well insulated and so the people were warm and comfortable. In the hotter climate of North Africa, the Bedouin made their homes from animal skins. This made it easy for them to move their home when looking for food. These are two examples of people who adapt their homes to fit their lives.
    Birds do this, too. Some types of birds, which spend their lives in the air looking for food, do not make new nests every year, but return to the same nest again and again. And one particular type of bird does not build a nest at all, but lays its eggs in the nest of another bird and leaves these birds to look after its young.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 Why do homes which are made of ice stay warm?
    2 What does the word these refer to in Because these were hard and thick?
    3 What kind of bird goes to the same nest every year?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 Why does the writer tell us about the Bedouin people?
    a He admires their way of life. b He says they are the same as the people in Canada.
    c He uses them as an example. d They are travelling people.
    5 Why did the Bedouin make their homes from animal skins?
    a They wanted to scare their enemies away. b They needed to move often.
    c They had plenty of animal skins. d They needed to keep warm.
    13-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    I never did cooking at school. I learned everything I know from my mother. She decided to teach me because when she and my father got married, she did not know how to cook even the simplest meals. This was because her mother (my grandmother) had refused to let her in the kitchen while she was cooking. This meant that she had to begin cooking lessons at the age of 23.So, when I was only five years old, my mother started teac,hing me. We began with simple things like eggs and soup, then we moved on to chicken, meat and fish and finally bread and cakes. I particularly loved making bread:
    when a new loaf comes out of the oven, it has a fantastic smell. I am really glad my mother taught me to cook. If I have a child, I will do the same for him or her.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 Why didn’t the writer’s mother know how to cook?
    2 When did the writer’s mother realise how important it was to know how to cook?
    3 What is the writer’s plan for the future?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 How old was the writer when she started learning to cook?
    a five b seven c twenty-three d We do not know.
    5 What were the last kinds of food the writer learned how to cook?
    a meat and fish b cakes and bread c eggs and chicken d soup
    14-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    Everyone knows that Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is one of the largest and busiest modern cities in the world. But for travellers to Japan, there are many interesting places which are not too full of tourists. Here are two which are off the beaten track.
    Takayama is a beautiful old town in the mountains. It still has an ancient street market as well as a farmers’ market along the river. Some of the buildings in Takayama are more than four hundred years old. A few of the oldest houses are now museums where visitors can see what life in Japan was like in the past. Near to Takayama is an old village where you can still see traditional carpenters at work.
    Yamadera is a collection of temple buildings on the side of a mountain. It is difficult to climb up to the temple, but the view is beautiful.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 Where can visitors see two markets?
    2 What does “off the beaten track” mean?
    3 What does the word two refer to in Here are two which...
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 Where can tourists see a collection of temples?
    a in Takayama b on a mountain c in Tokyo d in a village
    5 Yamadera is a collection of
    a educational buildings b tourist hotels c religious buildings d mountains


    15- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    A wise man, who was travelling in the mountains, found a valuable stone in a river where he had stopped to catch fish to eat. The next day, the man met another traveller who was poor and hungry, so he opened his bag to share his food. The hungry traveller saw the valuable stone and asked for it. The man happily gave it to him.
    The traveller left knowing that the stone was so valuable that he would be rich for the rest of his life. But a few days later, he returned and gave the stone back to the wise man. “I’ve been thinking,” he said. “I know how valuable this stone is, but I’m giving it back in the hope that you can give me something even more valuable. Can you give me what you have that made it possible for you to give me the stone?”
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 Why did the wise man stop?
    2 Why did the traveller want the valuable stone?
    3 What does it mean in I’m giving it back...
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 Why did the wise man open his bag?
    a To put the valuable stone in. b To take the valuable stone out.
    c To take food out for the other traveler d So that the traveller could see the stone.
    5 Why did the traveller give the stone back?
    a He realised that the stone was not really valuable.
    b He realised that generosity was more valuable than the stone.
    c He realised that the wise man needed the stone more than he did.
    d He didn’t want to be rich.
    16-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    The fantastic Selous Wildlife Park in the south of Tanzania is the largest wildlife area in the world and a great place to see lions, elephants, giraffes, crocodiles and other wild animals. We stay p comfortable accommodation by the Rufiji River. From there we can drive into the park to look at the wildlife and take boat trips along the river. When it is dark, we can watch the animals come down to the river to drink.Then we fly to the island of Zanzibar. Here we can wander through the narrow streets of the old town with its beautiful mosques and busy markets. We spend our last few days relaxing on Jambiani Beach, where we can go swimming and diving.This 14-day holiday costs from only £1,500 per person. Flights, all other travel and meals are included in the price.
    a Give short answers to the following questions:
    1 Who is this text written for?
    2 What is special about the Selous Wildlife Park?
    3 When do the animals come down to the river to drink?
    b Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
    4 How do visitors travel to Zanzibar from Tanzania?
    a by road b by sea c by air d on foot
    5 What does its refer to in with its beautiful mosques?
    a Zanzibar’s b the narrow streets’ c the island’s d the town’s

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    The Mask Of Goldالقناع الذهبى



    1-Leila and her sister Samira:
    1-Leila was nervous (worried) but Samira was funny.
    2- Leila realizes that she is at home:
    1-Leila realized that she was at home when she :-
    a)- heard the boys playing in the street.
    b)-heard a man selling melon in the street.
    c)-heard her sister Samira making coffee in the kitchen
    d)-Saw her picture beside her bed in which she was holding a gold figure of an animal.
    3- Leila's study:
    1- Leila studied at Rome (in the Italian institute of Archaeology).
    2- Leila didn’t study at Cairo because she was afraid that people might say that Dr Hafez was giving her a special treatment as he is a friend of her father.
    3- Leila knew about the civilization of Peru when she made some works at Rome and read some of Dr Hafez's reports.

    4- Leila takes up archaeology:
    1- Leila took up archaeology because Dr Hafez was telling her stories about his excavations when she was young so she liked to follow his footsteps.
    5- Leila's first dig with Dr Hafez :-
    1- Leila had worked with Dr Hafez before in Luxour (The valley of Nobles) or The Tomb of Sennofer.
    6- The things Leila take to Dr Hafez :
    1- Leila takes a laser machine and some papers of archaeology.
    7-Leila is in charge of a team
    1- Dr Hafez chose Leila to be in charge of a team because he trusts her, she understands him, she had worked with him in Luxor.
    8- The customs people :-
    1- The customs people let Leila through with the laser machine when she explained that she is part of UNISCO project
    9-Leila is curious:
    1- She went down to the tomb at the middle of the night to see who is there.
    10- Leila is kindhearted :
    1- She helped Amalia after the car accident :-
    a)- She made her a splint
    b)-She went to the nearest village to get help .
    c)- She got her a doctor.
    11 - Leila has gratitude (Leila is grateful) :
    1- She returned to the village to thank the people who helped Amalia after the car accident.
    12- Leila is intelligent:
    1- She made a trap to catch Lander, She let Pablo meet him at 8 o'clock then followed him to catch Lander.
    13- Leila's discoveries in Peru:
    1- By luck she found the Llama, The mask, The new site.
    2- After Leila discovered the llama , Dr Hafez insisted on taking a photo of her holding the llama ( This is the photo beside her bed)- Then he took the team for dinner in Quenco.
    14- Martin Lander:-
    1- Leila first saw him in the plane to Peru.
    2- He told her that he is a mining engineer (But he was a mining engineer and got involved with robbers who take Inca objects and sell them to the rich)
    3- Although Martin was from South Africa, he had an American passport.
    15- Martin is liar and deceitful:-
    1- He was lying when he told Leila that he is a mining engineer going to Peru to mine but when Leila called up the united mining website she discovered that the mining operations ended in Peru since 1999 so she became sure that Lander was liar.
    2- When he told Leila that he was searching for the in flight magazine but he was searching for the papers of archaeology.
    3-He persuaded Amelia's father to put up his money to discover a silver mine, he took his money and left him poor, so Amelia wants to catch Lander to take her father's money back.
    16-Amaila meets Lander at the café:-
    1- Leila saw Amalia with Martin Lander at the café so Leila suspected her and decided to tell Dr Hafez.
    2- Dr Hafez didn’t suspect Amalia because he trusts her as a good archaeologist who knows much about tombs.
    17-Martin traps Leila:
    1- Martin went to the tomb at the middle of the night to steal some artifacts.
    2- Leila accused Lander of being a thief.
    3- Lander described himself as a collector.
    4- Marin climbed the ladder and pulled it , he closed the door to prevent Leila from following him.
    5-Leila saw a terrible night mare (dream) – she saw some soldiers holding the king and attacking her by swords.




    18-Amalia and Leila :
    1- Amalia is unfriendly (jealous) to Leila because Leila was in charge of a team and Dr Hafez's assistant.
    2- Amalia thinks that Leila was in a charge of a team because Dr Hafez is a friend of her father.
    3- Dr Hafez advises Leila to make friends with Amalia because they are the same age and work.
    4- Amalia put a gold rabbit among Leila's clothes to put her into trouble. so Leila was taken by the police to prison.





    19-Organizing the work:
    1- Dr Hafez organized the work into two teams under his direction , and Leila would be in charge of a team.
    20- Before Leila`s arrival :
    1- Dr Hafez told Leila that they found a wall and some marks and a picture of Llama on it, they thought that it was a wall of a tomb.
    21- Opening the tomb :-
    1- Out side the tomb , Ramon found a gold figure of a child.
    2- in the past priests made their rituals in the entrance of the tomb.
    3- Dr Hafez asked them to make a hole in the wall
    4- Ramon was the first one to enter the tomb because he was small enough to be lowered through the hole in the wall.
    5- Inside the tomb, Ramon found some bones and pottery.
    22- The team inside the tomb :-
    1- They found a Skelton in a sitting position and a piece of cloth.
    2- Dr Hafez used the Laser machine to date the cloth, it dated back to 1400 years ( in the middle of the Inca period)
    23- The two possibilities of the crack on the skull :-
    1- Dr Hafez said that the man might have been killed.
    2- Leila said that it might have been broken by falling rocks.
    24- The work inside the tomb:-
    1- The work inside the tomb was hard and tiring because the weather was hot and dry and they bent over the earth all day.
    2- The only air that comes inside the tomb was from the hole in the wall.
    25- The mask was stolen :-
    1- The safe was opened by a key, it wasn’t broken.
    1- Martin Lander stole the mask with the help of Pablo.
    2- Pablo works in the ministry of culture , he writes notes about every thing found in the tomb.
    3- Pablo helped Lander steal the mask because Martin offered him money for the mask , Pablo took the money because he had a sick child and he didn’t have enough money to buy his expensive medicine.
    4- The police used special kind of powder to show the robber`s finger prints.
    5- It was difficult for the immigration department to catch Lander as he uses a lot of names and passports.
    6- Pablo was in Quenco , he had a meeting with the UNISCO people .
    7- Dr Hafez told Pablo that the police had caught Lander to make Pablo say the truth ( Dr Hafez is intelligent )


    26- The car accident :-
    A)- Its causes :-
    1- The weather was bad and the road was steep and narrow.
    2- Amalia may lost her concentration.
    B)- Its results :-
    1- Amalia`s leg was broken .
    2- Leila had some pains in her face, arms and legs.
    27- The villagers :-
    1- Two women and a man carried Amalia to their home
    2- They gave her a hot drink and some leaves to chew.
    28- The Doctor:-
    1- The doctor said that it was a matter of life and death
    2- The doctor asked for a helicopter to take Amalia to the hospital because her life was in danger and the ambulance would take much time in the bad weather.
    29-Catching Lander :-
    1-It was thought that Lander was in Acomayo because there was another excavation there.
    2- Lander wanted to escape out of the country by a single engine plane.
    3- Leila hit his plane by the truck so he fainted and the police caught him.
    4- The police chief phoned Dr Hafez to tell him that they found the mask and the things that Martin stole.
    30-The new site :-
    1- On her way to the village Leila discovered a new site .
    2- Dr Hafez put Amalia in charge of the new site.
    31- The UNISCO :-
    1- The UNISCO exchange program is that Egyptian archaeologists work in Peru and Peruvian Archeologists work in Egypt.
    2- The UNISCO supports the excavation for one year.
    3- If the excavation team didn’t find something important , the UNISCO wouldn’t support them for another year.
    4- Dr Hafez wants the UNISCO representative to have a good impression about their work to make the UNISCO support them for
    another year.
    32- Two e-mails from Leila to Samira:
    1- Leila told her sister in the first e-mail that they opened the tomb and that Amalia is unfriendly to her.
    2- Lela told her sister in the second e-mail that she found the Llama.
    33- The Llama :-
    1- The Llama is like the camel , it shows that the tomb might be royal.
    34- The mask :-
    2- The mask is like the face of the sun and shows that the tomb is a king's tomb.
    35- The experience in Luxour :-
    1- The experience that Leila and Dr Hafez got in Luxour would help them to know the similarities and differences between the ancient Egyptians and the Incas.
    36- The Laser machine :
    1- Used for dating things made of wood and cloth.
    2- It transmits laser beams and the date is shown on its dial.
    3- It is a a secret because they wanted to be the first to use it.
    37- Returning to Egypt :-
    1- Leila was received by reporters and photographers because of her great discoveries and because she helped catch Lander.





    Historical Facts in the story


    1- The Incas conquered the Chemu who were famous for gold and silver.
    2- The Incas were tough.
    3- They lived at high hills ( mountains / altitudes)
    4- They had no writing.
    5- They controlled a huge empire.
    6- They built their tombs in hill sides.
    7- Only kings and nobles had things made of gold.







    - The similarities between the Ancient Egyptians and the Incas:-
    1- Both of them put food and drink beside the body of the dead king.
    2- They put gold and silver beside the dead king .
    3- They put gold masks on their faces.
    4- They put gold figures of animals beside the dead king.
    5- They dress the dead kind in beautiful clothes.
    6- They mummified the dead kings.





    - The differences between the ancient Egyptians and the Incas :-
    1- The Incas killed women and servants and buried them beside the dead king to serve him in the next world.
    2- The Incas killed some children to please gods.( so man's life had no value for the incas)
    3- Every year, at important festivals , they put the mummies on litters and take them through the streets .
    But the ancient Egyptians didn’t do that.



    -How did the Incas treat the Chemu kings:-
    1- They allowed the Chemu kings to rule and took their children to Cuzco ( the old capital) to be sure that their fathers were loyal.










    The important Questions1-What important things was

    Leila taking to Dr Hafez ?
    2-Why did Leila take up archaeology ?
    3-What was the laser machine used for ?
    4-Why didn’t Leila study under Dr Hafez’s supervision?
    5-Why did Leila suspect Martin Lander on the plane ?
    6-Why did the customs officials let Leila go through?
    7-Why did Leila go to Peru ?
    8-What did Leila find when she called up the United Mining ?
    9-How did Leila find out that Lander was a liar ?
    10-Why was Leila taken to the police station and put in a cell?
    11-Why did the police set Leila free?
    12-What were Leila’s discoveries in Peru ?How was Leila lucky ?
    13-Why did Leila go back to the village of Acomayo ?
    14-What did Leila show Dr Hafez on the way to the village ?
    15-Why were there a lot of photographer and newspaper reporters at the airport ?
    16-Show that Leila grateful .
    17-Show that Leila was courageous and adventurous .
    18-Why did Dr Hafez choose Leila to be his assistant ?
    19-Where did Leila work with Dr Hafez before and what did they discover there ?
    20-Why were the Incas tough ? 21-Why did they conquer the Chimu ?
    22-What were the similarties of the Incas and the Ancient Egyptians?
    23-What were the differences between them ?
    24-Why did the Incas kill women and servants ?
    25-Why did they sacrafice their children ?
    26-Why did the Incas allow the Chimu kings to rule their people?
    27-Why did they send the Chimu kings’ sons to Cuzco?
    28-What do you know about Dr Hafez ?
    29-Why didn’t Dr Hafez want to explore the tomb immediately?
    30-How did he date the old cloth and the old wood?
    31-How did he organize the work in the site ?
    32-What did Dr Hafez think about Amalia ?Why didn’t he suspect her ?
    33-What did Lander tell Leila about himself?
    34-How did he make Leila doubt him ?
    35-What was Lander doing in the tomb at night ?
    36-How did he trap \ punish Leila ? 37-How did he try to escape?
    38-How did Amalia feel towards Leila ? Why ?
    39-What did she do to get Leila into trouble ?
    40-Why did Amalia want to catch Lander?
    41-What made Leila and Amalia go to Acomayo ?
    42-Who entered the tomb at first and what did he find there ?
    43-Who was Pablo ?why was he shown everything they found ?How was his life ?
    44-Why did Pablo help Lander to steal the gold mask?
    45-Why was it difficult for the police to catch Lander ?
    46-What did Dr Hafez say about Lander ?Where did he meet him before?
    47-What was strange about the skull that was found in the tomb?
    48-What caused the crack in the skull according to Dr Hafez and Leila?
    49-Why did they search for a king’s tomb ?
    50-Why was the work inside the tomb tiring ?
    51-How did the police investigate the theft of the gold mask?
    52-Show that the doctor was helpful . 53-How did the villagers help Amalia?
    54-What was the role of the UNESCO in the excavation ?Why did Dr Hafez keep good relations with them ?
    55-What was the difference between Samira and Leila ?
    56-Why did Leila want to keep the laser machine as a secret ?
    57-What happened to Leila and Amalia on their way to Acomayo ? Why ?
    58-Show that Dr Hafez was intelligent . 59-What was the trap that Leila set ?
    60-Why did Dr Hafez need to find something quickly ?
    61-How did Leila discover the gold mask ? What was it like ?
    62- Why did the police chief make a telephone call to Dr Hafez ?





    The important Quotations
    1. "Only kings and nobles had things made of gold."
    2. “Not many people know about it. So , yes , it Is sort of secret “
    3. “It would be wonderful to find some of their work ."
    4. "..... But I’ll send you a post card or may be an email."
    5. " You must tell Dr Hafez to take good care of you."
    6. “His excavation work is high up in the mountains , isn't it ? "
    7. “... there are some similarities between the Ancient Egyptians and the ancient peoples of South America .”
    8. "People might think he was giving me special treatment. "
    9. "In that case, I'm might see you again."
    10. "I think we need to go, The plane to Cuzco leaves very soon.”
    11. "I'm looking for places where there are other interesting things to find."
    12. "Haven’t we met before somewhere ? "
    13. "No, I'm afraid that wasn't me . I'm a mining engineer, not an archaeologist. "
    14. "...I have an American passport ,But I was born in south Africa ."
    15. "Did you bring the laser ? "
    16. “You have come at a good time.”
    17. "And the Incas did something else that the ancient Egyptians never did."
    18. "So be careful what you say and who you speak to,"
    19. “Are you sure it is a good idea for me?”
    20. "Let me help you with your things."
    21. “I did some work on the Incas when I was studying at the Italian Institute of Archaeology ."
    22. "… I'm here because I'm an experienced archaeologist.
    23. "How interesting ! And what have you found so far ? "
    24. "That will be the altitude . "
    25. "It looks like Ramon has found something."
    26. "I'm sure we’ll find something definite soon ."
    27. “Beautiful. So Interesting and so sad . "
    28. "Everything we find here should go to a museum ….”
    29. "The Incas sacrificed children to please the gods . "
    30. "Quick ! Come with me . I have to show you something . "
    31. “You’ll get along better when you start working with her properly. "
    32. “You do worry, don’t you ? not like your sister Samira?”
    33. “..we need to find a gold mask to be sure It’s the tomb of a king."
    34. "She's a good archaeologist."
    35. "Dr Hafez , I think . I've found something . "
    36. "He might have been killed”
    37. “We need to find a gold mask to be absolutely sure”
    38. "Well, that's a good start. "
    39. “So we meet again Miss Elassaby ”
    40. “But I'm more of a collector in fact."
    41. "…They are extremely rare and very valuable.”
    42. "It's a king's mask. It's like the face of the sun. How wonderful”
    43. “He must have asked people in Quenco . people know about our work.”
    44. "I didnt steal that. I've never seen It before .”
    45. "Someone opened the door of the safe with a key."
    46. "The police chief wants to talk to you . Come to my office ."
    47. "I'm sorry for what happened you must forgive me,"
    48. "I will go to get help . Don’t worry."
    49. "When you saw me in Quenco talking to him , you probably thought I was working with him ."
    50. “Suddenly he began to talk. He told me how hard his life was, how little money he was paid.”
    51. "Let's set a trap ."
    52. "We have to stop him now , before he gets back Into his truck and shuts the gates again ."
    53. “I want to show you something , Let's walk along the road a little.”
    54. “That's great news. She’ll be so pleased ."
    55. "I think that's the end of Martin's archaeological career.”
    56. "Thank goodness. Now the project can continue."







    The important Completions
    1. The Incas conquered the Chimu, who…………………….
    2. Leila and Dr. Hafez had worked together at………………
    3. Martin Lander said that he worked for ……………….
    4. Pablo worked for the ………………………………………..
    5. In old town, the woman were dressed in ………………………
    6. Dr. Hafez went to Quenco ……………
    7. In old town, Leila ……………………….
    8. Leila had a headache and felt tired because of ..
    9. At the site, Ramon found……………………………….….
    10. Dr. Hafez spoke in a whisper …………………………
    11. As a celebration Dr. Hafez was taking everyone ………..
    12. Leila couldn’t climb out of the cave because ……………
    13. The thief got into the hut ……………………………………
    14. The police wanted to take everyone’s ……………………
    15. After the accident Amalia was taken to hospital by …….
    16. After the accident Leila couldn’t use the mobile because..
    17. Pablo needed money because …………………………….
    18. Leila wanted to return to the village on the road to Acomayo to …
    19. Amalia was jealous of Leila because ……………………
    20. Without Leila’s bravery ,………………………….
    21. At Cairo airport , Leila was met by…………………………

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    السؤال الثامن فى ورقة الاسئلة
    - Writing A) The Paragraph



    1- Writing paragraphs :كتابة البراجراف


    كيف تكتب في موضوع عام ؟







    ينبغي أن نبدأ البراجراف بمقدمة عامة لعرض الفكرة و المقدمة عادة تكون جملة عامة عن الموضوع الذي سنتحدث عنه :-
    Ex :
    1- No one can deny that ……… plays an important role in our life .
    2- It's a credit of source for me to be given this lovely chance to talk about one of the most interesting subjects and express my deep feelings towards it.
    3- We can safely say that …….. has a great impact on our life .
    4- It is taken for granted that ……
    5- There is no doubt that ……… is one of the most difficult problems facing developing countries
    *******************************************************


    بعد المقدمة نبدأ في عرض أفكار الموضوع وذلك بالحديث عن الاسباب أو الشروط أو الانواع أو الخلفية التاريخية أو الحديث عن المكان أو الزمان ..........



    1- للكتابة عن المزايا أو العيوب :
    1 Concerning advantages :-
    a) One advantage of ………is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة
    b) Another advantage of ….. is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة
    c) As well as that ………….
    d) The good thing about …… is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة

    2- Concerning disadvantages :
    a) One disadvantage of …….. is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة
    b) Another disadvantage of ….. is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة
    c) As well as that ………….
    d) The bad thing about …… is to + مصدر / is that+ جملة
    *******************************************************
    2- للكتابة عن قضية أو مشكلة :
    1- تعريف المشكلة ( اذا أمكن ذلك ) باستخدام :
    - This problem can be defined as ……….
    2- نذكر اسباب المشكلة باستخدام :
    This problem is due to the fact that …………
    3- نذكر الحلول المقترحة لحل المشكلة باستخدام :
    - To solve or put an end to this problem, we should ….
    - Here's another idea ……….
    - We should get blood out of a stone to ………..
    *******************************************************
    3- للكتابة عن موضوع ايجابي :
    1- نذكر اهمية ما نكتب عنه أو فوائده .
    2- نذكر كيفية تنمية هذا الشئ او تطويره أو تحديثه .
    *******************************************************
    الخاتمةconclusion
    في نهاية البراجراف نذكر ما يؤكد ما كنا نتحدث عنه و يمكن استخدام :-
    1- In a nutshell, / to sum up,
    2- In short = In brief = briefly = In a word
    3- Last but not least,
    4- At last = lastly = finally = eventually
    5- From my point of view = in my opinion
    6- Finally, I'd like to say that ….
    7- We can come to the conclusion that ………
    *******************************************************


    1- In fact / As a matter of fact .
    2- …… plays an important part in our life .
    3- It's a double edged weapon .
    4- It's a mixed blessing .
    5- …… has a lot of advantages and disadvantages .
    6- It 's the backbone of …….
    7- It's the lifeblood of …… ( industry / agriculture / commerce …)
    8- We can't do without ……….
    9- By hook or by crock = By all possible means .
    10- In the field of ….
    ( education / medicine / tourism …. )
    11- sooner or later
    12- We should …..
    - do our best
    - wage war upon
    - start campaign against
    - make great efforts
    13- We should fight for ……
    ( freedom / independence / a better future …)
    14- Our duty is to ….
    - spread health awareness
    - learn foreign language
    - raise the standard of living
    - reclaim the desert
    -eliminate illiteracy
    - make full use of
    - pave the way for
    15- We should put an end to
    ( violence – terrorism – extremism – pollution – racial discrimination – fanaticism – the problem of unemployment …..)
    16- It's important to note that ………..
    17 – We have to take into account that ……….
    18- It's worth saying that ……….
    19- Generally speaking , …. = by and large
    20 – There is no doubt that …………..
    21- In the course of the last years ,
    22- practical steps have been taken
    23- all over the world
    24- thanks to science and technology
    25- …….had been one of man's dreams
    26 - Great progress will be made in the field of ………
    27- with the help of …….. we can lead a happy and comfortable life .
    28- for the good of society .
    29- to get foreign currency
    30- ….. helps us to keep in touch with…..
    31- Can you imagine life in the absence of ……..?
    32- In fact, it's impossible to lead a happy life without ……
    33- The youth have to respond to ………
    34- we look forward to the time when peace prevails
    35- ……. is one of the chief sources of wealth
    36- they should be ready to sacrifice their lives .
    37-It plays an essential role in our life .
    38- It goes without saying that a country doesn't achieve development or program without depending on ……. (Science – culture – knowledge – modern invention)
    39 – The outlook to the future mustn't be gloomy or dark. We hope it will be secure and promising
    40- Indeed, nothing is more important, useful, interesting than …..







    A " The positive topic " " الموضوع الايجابى
    In fact….العنوان …. is ( are ) considered a topic of great importance that’s why we should give attention to it . We all agree that….العنوان .. Play(s) a lively role in our life becauseسبب الأهمية ..As a result of this, we can say that الموضوع عنوان has (have) positive effects on us and it is clear that it may lead us to a better life. Hence, it is necessary for us to do our best to benefit from it by all possible means and this can be done by several ways like…طريقة الاستفادة….and…To shed more light on that , I can say that we should double our efforts to achieve what we want .Briefly, we can say that if we follow these suggestions, we can enjoy our life . At last, not at least, we can say that عنوان need(s) a great interest from us.



    B) The Negative topic " الموضوع السلبى "
    It is a given fact that العنوان is (are) considered one of the most serious problems that we face in our life. It is clear that ,there are many causes that lead to this problem like أسباب المشكلة…This problem has negative and serious effects on us becauseتأثير المشكلة …………Therefore, we should do our best to solve and avoid this problem by all possible means. From my point of view, this problem can be solved easily. This can be done by several ways such as co-operation, spreading national awareness among citizens and hard work. Briefly, if we follow these suggested solutions, this problem will be solved sooner or later and we will be able to lead a happy life free from problems.





    C ) The advantages and disadvantages topic "موضوع المزايا والعيوب "
    It is known that ….is a mixed blessing because it has some advantages and some disadvantages . First for all, I would like to start with its advantages. One of them, it is very useful when we use it in a good way like….… It will have another advantage if it is used in… On the other hand, it will have some disadvantages if it is used in a wrong way for example, some people use it in a wrong way such as …...and………. This will surely have a bad effect on us .Therefore, It is advisable to do our best to avoid its disadvantages and we should benefit from its advantages to lead a peaceful, happy and safe life free from problems.





    Another Kind of Writing the paragraph
    A) المقدمــة- 1n fact .العنوان is (are) considered a topic of great importance that is why we should direct our attention to it.*(Or)-No one can ignore that العنوان is (are) considered one of the most important (serious) matters which we should give due attention to.
    B) جمل بعد المقدمة - First of all ,I can say that عنوان الموضوع)(a)الأجابى.plays a lively role in our life because …)أو (b)السلبي …...has a bad and serious effect on us because………) .
    C) جمل الاستنتاج-As a result of this , we can mention that…عنوان الموضوع…lead (leads) us to good (bad) effects on us and make ( makes ) us lead a happy ( bad ) life .
    D) حمل الرأي-From my point of view we can say that we should do our best to benefit from (avoid) it by all possible means and this can be done by several ways such as …..
    E) جمل الإضافة- - To shed more light on that I can say that we should double our efforts to….-In addition to this we can say that……. \ Moreover,… \ on the other hand……….
    F) جمل قبل الختامية- Briefly, and as it was mentioned before ,we can say that if we follow these suggestions (solutions – opinions ) ,we can (enjoy our life) ( live in progress and prosperity) ( solve this problem and we can lead a happy life . )
    G) الخاتمة - At last not at least we can say that العنوان (needs) a great interest from us









    B) The Letter Writing
    " الخطاب العادى والرد" 1- The letter
    Dear اسم المرسل إليه,
    المقدمة - It gives me a great pleasure to write this letter to you. خطاب عادي) )
    - You can’t imagine my happiness (sorrow) when I got your letter. (خطاب رد)
    الغرض - I send this letter ( to المصدر )\ I send this message to tell you that….
    التي تحذف ليصبح الفعل مصدر ونكتب باقي الجملة مع تحويل الضمائر الأتيه ing المنتهي بـ ونبحث عن الفعل
    { he-she him-her-them…..you )( You فاعلI ) ( you مفعولme ) ( your …..my ) (his……your ) (her .+ اسم ……..your)}( me ….you) - I’d like to inform you that…. \ thank you for…- Don’t forget to…..\ as for me I can tell you …-Accept my apology for not…\ please I ask you to…- Please mention in detail some information about……)
    الخاتمه - I’m looking forward to hearing good news from you. With my best wishes.
    Yours ,
    اسم الراسل
    C ) Writing an e- mail -
    From:………. اسم وعنوان الراسل الألكترونى اذا وجد
    To: ………. اسم وعنوان المرسل إلية الألكترونى اذا وجد
    Date: 15th,June , 2011 ( .( التاريخ
    Subject :..الغرض من الرسالة باختصار (invitation-congratulation-complaint apology- request)
    Dearاسم المرسل إلية ,
    How are you ? I want to tell you that ……….………………………..………..……..
    موضوع الرسالة............................................................………………………………..……….…
    Best wishes
    اسم الراسل














    تعبير و خطاب و إيميل و قطعة عن ثورة الشباب 25 يناير 1- paragraph:
    Write a paragraph about the Revolution of the Youth
    Revolution Of The Youth
    On the 25th of January, 2011 thousands of Egyptian young men and women marched peacefully to Tahreer Square in Cairo and in many other Cities in Egypt such as Alexandria, Suez and Ismailia. They all demanded Mubarak's overthrow and the resignation of his government. They wanted a civilian state where peace, love, equality, standard of living and new job opportunities for the millions of unemployed youth. Finally they succeeded in achieving some of their demands, but after a big number of them had sacrificed their lives to create a new Egypt, where people have the right to say their opinions freely
    Without fear, with a new government that acts to achieve comprehensive development and social reform. They have put an end to Mubarak s era which included unfair treatment to the Egyptian people, social injustice, a lot of detainees without judgment, forging the elections and corruption. The demonstrated young people also demanded constitutional amendments and authority transition, so that peace safety and security would prevail all over Egypt. The World will never forget this great uprising of the great Egyptian youth.
    2- Letter:
    Write a letter to your friend Jon in England to tell him about the Revolution of the Youth your name is Hassam.
    Dear Jon,
    Fancy holding my pen to write about this great historical event which had recorded one of the greatest revolutions ever.
    On the 25th of January, 2011 thousands of Egyptian young men and women marched peacefully to Tahreer Square in Cairo and in many other Cities in Egypt such as Alexandria, Suez and Ismailia. They all demanded Mubarak's overthrow and the resignation of his government. They wanted a civilian state where peace, love, equality and standard of living and new job opportunities for the millions of unemployed youth. Finally they succeeded in achieving some of their demands, but after a big number of them had sacrificed their lives to create a new Egypt, where people have the right to say their opinions freely without fear, witha new government that acts to achieve comprehensive development and social reform.
    They have put an end to Mubarak's era which included unfair treatment to the Egyptian people, social injustice, a lot of detainees without judgment, forging the elections and corruption. The demonstrated young people also demanded constitutional amendments and authority transition, so that peace safety and security would prevail all over Egypt. The World will never forget this great uprising of the great Egyptian youth.
    I'd like to hear from you and your friend about Egyptian revolution soon
    Yours
    Hassam 3- E-mail
    To: Jon_2000@yahoo.com

    From: elomda_3000@yahoo.com

    About: Revolution of the Youth
    Dear Jon,
    Fancy holding my pen to write about this great historical event which had recorded one of the greatest revolutions ever.
    On the 25th of January, 2011 thousands of Egyptian young men and women marched peacefully to Tahreer Square in Cairo and in many other Cities in Egypt such as Alexandria, Suez and Ismailia. They all demanded Mubarak's overthrow and the resignation of his government. They wanted a civilian state where peace, love, equality and standard of living and new job opportunities for the millions of unemployed youth. Finally they succeeded in achieving some of their demands, but after a big number of them had sacrificed their lives to create a new Egypt, where people have the right to say their opinions freely without fear, with a new government that acts to achieve comprehensive development and social reform.
    They have put an end to Mubarak s era which included unfair treatment to the Egyptian people, social injustice, a lot of detainees without judgment, forging the elections and corruption. The demonstrated young people also demanded constitutional amendments and authority transition, so that peace safety and security would prevail all over Egypt. The World will never forget this great uprising of the great Egyptian youth.
    I'd like to hear from you and your friend about Egyptian revolution soon
    Yours
    Hassam
    4- Passage:
    The 2011 Egyptian protests are street demonstrations that began in Egypt on 25 January 2011 and had an effect on Friday 28th (the day of anger). The protests began with tens of thousands marching in Cairo and a string of other cities in Egypt. The 2011 protests have been the largest demonstrations seen in Egypt since the 1977. It includes participants from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and faiths. There were a lot of causes that arouses the protestors: police brutality, lack of free elections and free speech, and corruption, as well as economic issues including high unemployment, food price inflation, and low minimum wages. The primary demand from protest organisers is the end of the Hosni Mubarak regime, and a new government that represents the interests of the Egyptian people, and respects rights of freedom and justice. International response to the protests has been mixed, though most have called for some sort of peaceful protests. At last, the Egyptian people succeeded in obtaining most of their demands.
    A- Answer the following questions:
    1- How do the 2011 protests differ from earlier protests?
    2- What do the demonstrators mainly want?
    3- Do you think the 2011 revolution is in favour of the Egyptians? Why?
    B-Choose the correct answer:
    4- One of these is not a cause of the problem.
    a- police treatment b- free election c-low wages d- food price
    5- The participants in the demonstrations are ……… in their culture.
    a- the same b- similar c- different d- identical

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    translation



    Events of 25 th of January
    revolution of youth ثورة الشباب popular organizations منظمات شعبية
    white revolution الثوره البيضاء defend against يدافع ضد
    facebook youth شباب الفيسبوك
    bulliers = thugs البلطجية
    not support political party لاينحازو لحزب سياسى fugitives from prison الهاربون من السجون
    claim legitimate rights المطالبة بحقوق مشروعة
    the absence of a security غياب أمنى
    hold peaceful demonstration يقوم بمظاهرة سلمية committee of لجنة من
    a protest against احتجاج ضد
    constitutional legitimacy شرعية دستورية
    a march مسيرة
    item of (law - constitution) بند من (القانون – دستور)
    call for ينادى من أجل
    all the forces of the people جميع قوى الشعب
    a sit اعتصام injustice and tyranny الظلم والأستبداد
    sitters المعتصمون make demands يحقق مطالب
    call for freedom ينادى من أجل الحرية without any damage to دون أى اضرار بـ



    السؤال الاخير فى ورقة الاسئلة
    Translations
    A. Translate into Arabic: B. Translate into English:
    كيف نترجم من وإلى الانجليزي ؟ كيف نكتب جملة سليمة ؟
    1) التمكن من قواعد اللغة التي درستها والتي تمكن من البناء السليم للجملة :
    مثلا " لقد حققت مصر إنجازات عظيمة خلال العشرون سنة الأخيرة "* ابدأ كالتالي :
    1- حدد هذه العناصر (1- فاعل 2- فعل 3- مفعول 4- باقي الجملة )
    2- إذا فاعل الجملة ( مصر ) والفعل ( حققت ) والمفعول ( انجازات )
     ملحوظة :- كلمة (لقد تعطي الأفضلين لزمن المضارع التام وتحذف في الترجمة).
     ملحوظة:- الصفة دائما تكون قبل الاسم الذي تصفه ولا تجمع أبدا.
    Egypt has made great achievements during the last twenty years.
    2) حدد زمن الجملة التي سوف تترجمها:
    مثال: لقد نجحت مصر في جمع شمل القادة العرب وسيكون لهذا أثرا طيبا في عملية السلام.
    Egypt has succeeded in closing the ranks of Arab leaders and this
    will have a great effect on the peace process.
    3) تجنب الترجمة الحرفية التي تؤدي إلى تحطيم الشكل السليم للجملة :
    * " مازلنا نعاني من مشكلة البطالة " خطأ  still suffer from problem unemployment
    4) تجنب التعامل بالشكل الصحيح مع ( v. To have):
    مثال: لدينا الكثير من الموارد الطبيعية " فهنا الفاعل ( نحن ) والفعل ( نمتلك )
    We have a lot of natural resources.
    5) حفظ الأفعال التي لا تحتاج إلى حروف جر :
    6) دائما الصفة تأتي قبل الاسم والظرف يأتي بعد الفعل وعلاماته ly ما عدا الشواذ.
    7) إن ليس لها مكان عند الترجمة ولكن تحول إلى ( is ).
    Cool من وبعدها الصفة مثل " من المهم " تكون كالتالي(مصدر+To+ صفة + it's )
    من المهم أن تحطط لمستقبلك ( It's important to plan for your future)
    9) المفعول المطلق لا يترجم. مثال: تهتم الدولة بالتعليم اهتماما كبيرا.
    The government is greatly interested in education.
    أهم كلمات الترجمة " تحفظ "
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