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@Respond to each of the following situations : -
أولا مواقف الثورة ( هام جدا )
1. A friend thinks that young people should play an important role in the political field.
* Yes I think so too. / I agree completely.
2. Someone suggests building a memorial for the martyrs of the 25th Jan, revolution .You approve the idea .
* What a great idea. / Yes, they deserve more that that.
3. You ask someone if he is going to take part in the parliamentary elections.
* Are you going to take part in the parliamentary elections?
4. Someone asks about the best qualities of a successful leader.
* He should be honest, loyal, serious ,hard working and have good manners.
5. A friend tells you that about 800 people have lost their lives since the revolution started.
* Oh , my God ! I am so sorry to hear that.
6. You ask your friend if he / she has any sympathy towards the late president.
* Have you got any sympathy towards the late president?
7. Your friend thinks that Egypt's league matches can start without supporters.
* I don’t agree, supporters are very important./You are right as they make a mess.
8. A foreign friend asks you if it is safe to visit Egypt.
* Of course yes , Egypt is now very safe.
9. Someone asks if Egypt 's economy can recover easily.
* Yes of course as the main pillars are found. / I think it’s a matter of months.
10. Your friend congratulates you on the revolution's success.
* Thanks , mine too.
11. Your friend tells you that Al Jazeera channel used to tell lies.
* Of course not. / I don’t think so , it's the best channel.
12. You see some police soldiers hit the demonstrators with sticks.
* Oh my God ! they are disarmed. / Oh my God what's this cruelty?
13. Your friend asks you what you think of the youth who carried out the revolution.
* I think they are more than wonderful. /they are so brave young men.
14. You think that the Egyptian youth turned their dreams into a real scene.
* I think the Egyptian youth turned their dreams into a real scene.
15. Your uncle advises you to respect the elders. You accept.
* Yes, you are right
16. You ask your friend's opinion about chatting in the face book.
* What do you think of chatting in the face book?
17. Someone thinks that the internet is a waste of time. You disagree.
* I disagree with you. /I don’t think so.
18. You suggest a solution to the problem of pollution in Cairo.
* We should use fewer private cars./ People should use bicycles /public transport.
19. A friend wants you to advise him about the best way to help Egypt nowadays.
* We should face looting and sectarian seditionفتنة طائفية among Muslim and Copts.
20. You show sympathy to what happened in Japan after Tsunami and the earthquake.
* What a pity! I'm so sorry to hear that bad news
21. You want to express your opinion about the educational programs.
* They are very useful. / Educational programs are great help for students.
22. Your friend asks your opinion about education in Egypt after 25th Jan, revolution.
* I think it will be better than today.
23. You regret not taking part in the 25th January revolution.
* I wish I had taken part in the 25th January revolution.
24. Egyptian youth set a good example in the 25th Jan, revolution. You agree to that.
* I completely agree to that.
25. People say that the internet played a great role in arising the Arab revolutions.
* I agree with you up to a point.
26. Your friend asks you about the moral of the 25th Jan, revolution. Give your opinion.
* The moral of the 25th Jan, revolution is it was a peaceful march against injustice.
27. Your friend asks you about your opinion about the Egypt's TV coverage during the 25th Jan, revolution.
* I think it was too deceitful and lacks transparency شفافية and credibility المصداقية .
28. Your express your worries about the conditions in Egypt in the years to come.
* I'm worried about the conditions in Egypt in the years to come.
29. Your friend asks you if you are going to vote in the coming parliamentary and presidential elections.
* Of course as I think it will draw the future of our country.
30. You predict how life would be like in Egypt in the years to come.
* I think life in Egypt in the years to come will be better and more stabile.
ثانيا مواقف السودان
1. You ask your friend doctor's advice how to keep fit.
* What should I do to keep fit
2. A pen friend asks you about the places of interest in Egypt.
* You an visit the Pyramids , the Cairo Tower and other interesting places
3. Your brother got a good job at a big company.
* Congratulations
4. You suggest going to the theatre at the weekend,
* What about going to the theatre at the weekend,?
ثالثا مواقف موقع الوزارة
1. You ask your friend if he took part in the 25th January revolution.
* Did you take part in the 25th January revolution?
2. You want to know about a friend's studying habits. What do you ask?
* Can you tell me about your studying habits?
3. You are asked about the reason for building the Aswan High Dam.
* The Aswan High Dam was built to save water/generate electricity
4. You advise your little sister not to let the water tap run all the time.
* You shouldn't let the water tap run all the time to save water.@ A new leader should be patient صبور , honest امين and reliable شخص يعتمد عليه
5. You invite your friend to go to the theatre.
* What about going to the theatre with me?
6. It's the beginning of the new year. What would you say?
* Happy new year
7. You don't think that something is true.
* I don’t agree
8. A friend asks you what you think about TV news programmes.
* I think they're too long.
9- Your friend thinks that the television has many disadvantages. You agree.
* Yes I think so. / That's what I think. / You are right.
10- Someone asks if you had a good stay in Luxor. You enjoyed the time there.
* It was a wonderful journey
11- A friend asks you if you think people will read newspapers in a hundred years time.
You think they won't.
*I don't think so. I think newspapers will be out of date.
13- You see a boy throwing litter in the street.
You shouldn't do this. You should put litter in litter bin.
ثالثا مواقف الورك بوك ( هامة جدا )
1- Respond to each of the following situations:
(1)
1. Someone says that space exploration is too expensive. You agree.
I (completely) agree. We should use the money to feed people.
2. Someone says that computers are a bad thing. You do not have the same opinion.
I don’t agree. Computers make our work faster and easier.
3. One of your friends says he thinks walking in space would be very frightening. You think he's right.
I agree. If you made one small mistake, you could be lost in space forever.
4. You hear someone say that all astronauts are very rich. You know this is not true.
That’s (just) not true. I researched astronaut salaries on the internet.
(2)
1. Your friend has joined a reading group. You want to know the number of people in the group.
How many people are in your reading group?
2. Someone tells you that Anthony Hope wrote The Prisoner of Zenda in three months. You are very surprised by this.
Really? I didn’t know that.
3. You are told that Anthony Hope paid for the publication of his first novel himself. Express how you feel about this.
That’s interesting.
4. Someone tells you that Anthony Hope wrote 37 works of fiction altogether. You are interested but not surprised by this.
Is that right?
(3)
1. You are doing a survey about energy use in your town. You would like to ask someone some questions. Explain the situation.
Hello, I’m doing a survey about energy use in our town. Could I ask you some questions, please?

2. You want to know about a friend's energy-saving habits. What do you ask?
How do you save energy?
3. You hear someone use a word you do not understand. The word is hydroelectric. What do you ask?
What does ‘hydroelectric’ mean?
4. Someone asks you how you usually travel to school every day. How do you reply?
I usually travel by bus (metro).
(4)
1. A friend asks for your opinion about modern novels.
In my opinion, modern novels are not as good as the classics.
2. Someone asks you what you were doing at six o'clock yesterday evening.
At 6 o’clock yesterday evening, I was finishing my homework.
3. Someone asks you what you think the best thing is about short stories. Give your opinion.
I think the best thing about short stories is that things happen quickly.
4. A friend asks you what you used to read when you were five.
When I was five, I used to read a newspaper written especially for children.
(5)
1. A friend asks for your advice about keeping fit. Advise him.
If I were you, I’d go swimming every day.
2. You want some advice from a friend about how you can eat more healthily. What do you ask?
I’d like to eat more healthily. What do you think I should do?
3. A friend wants to meet new people, but he/she is very shy. Make a recommendation.
I think it’d be a good idea for you to join a sports club.
4. Ask your teacher for advice about how to do well in the next English test.
I’d like to do well in the next English test. What do you think I should do?
(8)
1. A friend asks you whether you would like to go somewhere together at the weekend.
What about going to the beach?
2. The same friend does not want to go the beach, but suggests the swimming pool.
OK, then let’s go to the swimming pool.
3. A friend suggests that you join a book club together. You do not want to join a book club, but you would like to join a sports club.
I would prefer to join a sports club.
4. The same friend suggests going to the cinema in your town tomorrow. You are not sure.
I’m not sure about that.
(10)
1. A friend is looking worried. You want to know why. What do you ask?
You look worried. What’s wrong?
2. Someone asks if you had a good holiday. You enjoyed your holiday, but the weather was not very good. This was a disappointment.
I had a good time, but I wish the weather had been better
3. A friend asks what subject you would like to be better at.
I’d like to be better at history.
4. Someone asks you about a school trip you went on. You learnt a lot, but you did not take as many photos as you had planned to.
I learnt a lot but I wish I had taken more photos.
(12)
1. You would like to find out what music your friend likes. What do you ask?
what kind of music do you like?

2. A friend asks you what sort of music you enjoy.
I’m a big fan of folk music.
3. You want to find out if your friend plays a musical instrument.
Do/Can you play a musical instrument?
4. A friend asks you whether there is any sort of music you don’t like.
I can’t stand/really dislike modern music
(15)
1. A friend asks you if you think people will read books in a hundred years time.
Yes, I’m sure they will.
2. In a conversation, a friend uses the word gadgets. You do not understand the word.
What does "gadgets" mean?
3. A friend asks if you think people will have their own spaceships in 50 years.
No, I shouldn’t think so
4. A friend uses the words travel and journey in the same sentence. You do not understand the different meanings of these two words.
What is the difference between "travel" and "journey"?
(16)
1. An interviewer asks if you would work some evenings during the week. You would be happy to do this.
Yes, that would be no problem.
2. You want to be able to contact a person you have just met, but you do not have their details.
Could you tell/give me your phone number and e-mail address, please?
3. Your friend is applying for a new job. This is a surprise and you ask him the reason.
(Really) Why are you applying for a new job?
4. You want to know whether someone you are interviewing can drive.
Do you have a driving licence?
(18)
1. An educational adviser asks you what skills you would like to improve. You have never been very good at maths.
I need to improve my maths skills.
2. Someone has asked you for educational advice. Find out what qualifications this person has.
What qualifications do you have already?
3. A friend wants to go back to education, but cannot leave home to go to university. Suggest a distance learning course.
What about doing a distance-learning course?
4. A friend suggests that you do an evening course to improve your English.
That’s a good/great idea.
Reviews:
(B)
1. A friend asks you your opinion about the importance of the rainforests. Say what you think.
In my opinion, the rainforests are very important for the future of the earth.

2. A friend who has never visited your country asks for your advice about places to see in Egypt.
If you ask me,/I think you should visit the Pyramids and the Sphinx.
3. A friend from another country wants to phone someone from a public phone in Egypt. He/She has never done this before. Tell him/her what to do first.
First of all, pick up the telephone, insert a coin, and wait until you hear a high noise. Then dial a number.
4. Someone asks what you think about films which have been made from books.
In my opinion,/I think films are usually more interesting than books.
(D)
1. A friend asks how you feel about an important English test you have next week.
I wish I knew more English words.
2- A friend asks you if you had a good weekend. You enjoyed the weekend, but you think you wasted a lot of time.
I enjoyed the weekend but I wish I hadn’t wasted so much time.
3. One of your friends is very busy. You would like to help him or her.
Would you like me to help?
4. A friend asks you what kind of books you enjoy reading.
I’m very keen on historical novels.
(E)
1. A friend asks you why you enjoy sport. Name two reasons.
For two reasons: firstly, it keeps me fit and secondly, I like being with my friends.
2- Warn your friend who is about to cross the road, because there is a car coming very fast.
Look/Watch out! (There’s a car coming.)
3. Your brother is not working hard enough at school. You think he will get very low marks. Warn him.
Unless you work harder, you’ll get low marks.
4. A friend asks you whether you think people will continue to explore space in the future.
Yes, I’m sure they’ll continue.
P T:(1)
1. Someone says they think magazines are a waste of money. Disagree, giving a reason.
I don't agree.. Magazines are an excellent means of spreading news and educating people.
2. A friend from England calls and asks about the weather. You see dark clouds in the sky.
I think/It looks like it's going to rain.
3. One of your friends watched a football match on TV and found it boring. You have a different opinion.
I disagree. (It was a good match.)
4. You hear someone use a word you do not understand. The word is energy.
What does energy mean?
(2)
1. A foreign friend wants to know how to make tea the Egyptian way. Tell him/her what to do first.
First of all, boil some water, then add it to some tea leaves in a mug.
2. Someone asks what you were doing at eight o'clock this morning.
I was having my breakfast.
3. A friend asks you what you think about TV news programmes.
In my opinion they're too long
4. A friend wants a job to help poor people. Advise him or her.
If I were you, I'dtrain to be a doctor?
(3)
1. You do not understand why it goes dark at night. Ask someone to explain it.
Can you explain why it goes dark at night?
2. A friend suggests that swimming is a good way to keep fit. State another way.
Running is also good exercise/a good way to get fit.
3. A friend suggests that you join a squash club together. Suggest something else.
(Personally,) I'd prefer to/I'd rather join a tennis club. / How about joining a tennis club?
4. Someone asks where your friend Ali is. You have not seen him for a long time. You are almost certain he is on holiday.
Ali must be on holiday. I haven't seen him for a long time.
(4)
1. Your brother looks worried. You want to know whether he has a problem.
What's the matter? / Is something wrong?
2- Your mother was very busy yesterday. You regret not helping her.
I wish I had helped my mother yesterday.
3. An English friend asks you how you celebrate Sham El-Nessim.
I/We celebrate by eating salted fish.
4. You forgot to thank a friend for a present he/she gave you.
I'm (very) sorry, I forgot to thank you for the present.
(5)
1. Your friend starts to cross a road when you see a car coming. Warn your friend.
Watch out!/Look out! A car is coming!
2. Someone asks if you think people will ~till have cars in 50 years.
2. I'm sure they will.
3. You hear the word magnet on the radio. Ask a friend what it means.
What does "magnet" mean?
4. A friend asks you why you have such an expensive mobile phone. You have two reasons.
For two reasons. Firstly, because I can use it for e-mail, and secondly, because the camera is better.
(6)
1. You are interviewing someone for a job. Find out about their qualifications and experience.
What qualifications and experience do you have?
2. Your friend looks like he/she hasn't been sleeping for days. Advise him/her.
You look exhausted. You should go home and sleep.
3. An interviewer has asked you why you have applied for a job in a particular company. Give reason.
The reason is that a friend (has) recommended this company to me.
4. You do not understand what distance learning is. Ask a friend.
Can you explain what distance learning is?


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مراجعة اللمسة الاخيرة لغة انجليزية الصف الثالث الثانوى :: تعاليق

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2- speaker A & B (4 Marks )
مطلوب منك تحديد المكان وطرفي الحديث والوظيفة اللغوية.

أولا متحدثين & الثورة ( هام جدا )

1 – A : How do you see the protestors at Tahrir Square ,now ?
B : there are people on camels and horses chasing the protestors.




7 – A : Excuse me , what are you doing here?
B : I am here to demonstrate.
A : What for ?
B : freedom , social justice and equality.





3- A : Welcome to our programme.
B : Thank you .
A : Could tell us what happened in the
demonstrations on the Friday of fear?
B : We wear peacefully protesting against the
bad conditions in Egypt and suddenly the
security forces started to bombard us with
bullets and many young people were killed.




4- A : Our children want to visit El Tahrir square
B : Ok ! I will take you next Friday and we will carry the Egyptian flags.




ثانيا متحدثين & امتحان السودان

1. A: I'd like to book a return ticket to Aswan.
B: Here you are. Platform No. 5. Have a good trip.
A: Thank you.






2. A: I have a severe headache. What should I do now?
B: Take this medicine, regularly. And you have to take some rest.
A: Thank you.





ثانيا متحدثين & موقع الوزارة

1- A- I'd like to deposit 20,000 pounds into my account, please.
B-Ok. First fill in this form.





2- A: Is there anything I can do to help?
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' s right. Your homework was very good.





3- 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 15 minutes.






4- A : Have you seen Mustafa?
B: No, sir. He was at his desk on the phone a few minutes ago.
A: Isn't he there now?
B: No, maybe he's gone home already.
A : He can't have gone home. He's preparing a to report me







ثالثا متحدثين & الورك بوك
(A)
1. A: Good morning. Can I help you?
B: Yes, it's my father's birthday soon. I'd like to buy him a book about space travel.
A: These two are very popular. This one is ten pounds and this is five pounds.
B: Could I have the one that's five pounds, please?
Place: bookshop
Speaker A: shop assistant Speaker B: child
Function: offering help and requesting
2. A: Can you turn the television on for me, please, Ali?
B: OK, Mum. What's on?
A: The Olympic Games. It's gymnastics this afternoon.
B: Really? I'd like to watch that, too.
2. Place: family home
Speaker A: child’s mother Speaker B: child
Function: requesting and accepting
(C)
1. A: Excuse me. Do you speak English?
B: Yes, I do. How can I help you?
A: Could you tell me the way to the Cairo Tower, please?
B: Yes. Cross the road here, take the first road on the right, and the tower is at the end of that road.
1. Place: street in Cairo Speaker A: tourist/visitor
Speaker B: local resident of Cairo
Function: asking the way and giving instructions

2. A: We have to give our English homework in today.
B: I know, but I don’t know where my book is.
A: Isn’t it in your school bag?
B: No, I think I must have left it at home.
2. Place: school
Speaker A: student Speaker B: school friend
Function: expressing necessity and replying

(F)
1. A: Good morning. Please sit down. Thank you for your application and CV. Could you tell me a little more about the work you are doing at the moment?
B: Yes, I work full-time as a sales assistant at a supermarket in town, but I’m also training to be an accountant.
1. Place: interviewer’s office
Speaker A: interviewer Speaker B: (job) applicant
Function: inquiring and replying

2. A: Hello and welcome to the History Department. My name’s Hilary Benson. Before we start the BA course, are there any questions?
B: Yes. I’d like to know whether there’s a list of books for this course.
A: Yes, there is. I’ll give you all one at the end of today’s session.
B: Thank you very much.
2. Place: classroom/lecture at a university
Speaker A: teacher/lecturer Speaker B: student
Function: offering help and requesting
Practice Tests:
(1)
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 it’s your full-time job?
B: That’s right. My second novel was published last year.
1. Place: radio station/studio
Speaker A: interviewer Speaker B: writer
Function: asking and answering (interview) 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.
2. Place: outside a family home
Speaker A: mother Speaker B: daughter
Function: asking for help and agreeing to help

(2)
1. A: At last we're here. What time does our flight leave, Dad?
B: At midday. We've still got lots of time.
A: Are you sure we have everything we need?
B: Yes, I'm sure. Please stop worrying, Ali!
1. Place: airport
Speaker A: son Speaker B: father
Function: asking and answering questions
2. A: So, for your homework, I want you all to make a list of all the plants growing in your neighbourhood.
B: Shall we just write the names of the plants?
A: No, write the names and a short description.
B: When is the homework for?
A: Next Thursday, please.
2. Place: classroom
Speaker A: teacher Speaker B: student
Function: giving instructions

(3)
1. 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 15 minutes.
1. Place: plane
Speaker A: flight attendant Speaker B: passenger
Function: making a request

2. A: Have you seen Tarek?
B: No, sir. He was at his desk on the phone a few minutes ago.
A: Isn't he there now?
B: No, maybe he's gone home already.
A: He can't have gone home. He's preparing a report for me.
2. Place: office
Speaker A: boss/manager
Speaker B: T colleague/ worker
Function: asking for information and guessing/reducing information

(4)
1. 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's right. Your homework was very good.
1. Place: classroom/teachers' room
Speaker A: student Speaker B: teacher
Function: offering help/asking and answering questions


2. 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.

2. Place: library
Speaker A: university student
Speaker B: librarian/library worker
Function: asking for information and giving instructions
(5)
1. A: Do you remember what happened?
B: No, I just remember waking up in the road.
A: How do you feel now?
B: Not too bad. Will I have to stay here tonight?
A: We're not sure yet. We'll have to check you have no broken bones.
1. Place: hospital
Speaker A: doctor/nurse Speaker B: patient
Function: asking for and giving reasons

2. 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?
B: Well, I'd like to work for a food company.
2. Place: university
Speaker A: interviewer Speaker B: future student
Function: asking and answering interview questions

(6)
1. A: Are you in your first year?
B: Yes. I'm studying English. but it's only my third week.
A: My parents would like me to apply here. Would you recommend it?
B: Yes, definitely.
1. Place: university or college
Speaker A: future student Speaker B: first year student
Function: asking for and giving advice

2. A: Well, your application has been successful.
B: That's great when do I start?
A: At the beginning of next month. You'll be working at our Cairo branch.
B: I'm looking forward to starting.
2. Place: company/office
Speaker A: interviewer/boss
Speaker B: successful job applicant
Function: expressing happiness



السؤال الثالث (8 Marks ) Choose
أولا اختيارات السودان
Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d: (8 marks)
1. The moon has less .............. than the earth. So you could jump much higher there.
a) power b) energy c) gravity d) strength
2. .............. he understand the lesson if be read the summary.
a) Will b) Did c) Can d) Would
3. The prisoner of Zenda .............. in the nineteenth-century.
a) took part b) took run c) took place d) took form
4. Ali .............. travelling by sea
a) used to b) using to b) is used to d) uses to
5. Modern .............. are the tall tower which are built where there is a lot of wind.
a) waste b) wind turbine c) fossil d) hydroelectric
6- How .............. information have you got from the story?
a) many b) much c) lots d) different
7. This mice story .............. by Taha Hussein.
a) is written b) writes c) wrote d) was written
8. Yehia Haqqi graduated in law and worked for a short time as a .............. .
a) lawyer b) diplomat c) sailor d) journalist
9. It's a month .............. Hind last visited her uncle.
a) for b) since c) of d) to
10. The .............. are the parts of trees that grow under the ground and find water.
a) branch b) bark c) rings d) roots
11. He will catch the train .............. coming in time.
a) if b) in case of c) unless d) in spite of
12. The cover of the book is made of .............. .
a) rubber b) glass c) wood d) cardboard
13. The teacher asked Ahmed .............. all the way on foot.
a ) if he came b) if did he come
c) would he come d) if does he come
14. .............. makes light shine on something.
a) Grass b) Cliff c) Illuminate d) Carve
15. They left two hours ago, so they .............. arrived by now. It's not far.
a) must b) must have c) can't have d) have
16. He did nothing wrong. He's .............. .
a) suspect b) guilty c) innocent d) sensible

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