مراجعة الوحدة السابعة لغة انجليزية 3 ثانوى 2015

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. مراجعة الوحدة السابعة لغة انجليزية 3 ثانوى 2015




Choose the correct answer:    Vocabulary
1-The factory plans to ……….. in new computers.
          a-resist                     b– arrest                       c – invest                     d– detest
2-The rock was cut …………. a rectangular shape.
           a-into                   b– with                           c– of                                d– at
3-The quickest way to get to the city centre is to …………….an underground train.
           a-come                    b– do                           c– travel                          d– take
4-Some people ………………… long distances while others work close to home.
            a-communicate               b- commute           c– complain                d– compete
5-A journey on the underground …………………. one pound.
                a-costs                        b – pays              c– gives                          d– makes
6-People can ……………… money by travelling on the underground.
              a-keep                           b– waste                c – save –                         d develop
7-The ancient temple's  ………………stone pillars had begun to crumble
          a -massive                      b – active                 c– alive                      d– alternative
8-The first line of the Paris Metro system ………………. in 1900.
           a-started               b– opened                   c – destroyed                        d– made
9-My father studied ………………at university and has designed many important bridges.
        a- engineer              b – engineers            c – engineered                     d– engineering
10-Education is a/an ………………… in the future of a country and its young people.
         a- investment         b – wish                          c– desire                        d- demand
11-Nearly four million ……………. travel to and from London every day.
          a-competitors                  b – commuters             c– contractors           d– conductors
12-The Great Wall of China was a/an …….. project which took hundreds of years to complete.
            a-investment           b– conservative           c – contemporary              d – massive
13-That tunnel has a ………………………. of 7 metres.
         a-size                       b – diameter                 c– weight                          d – price
14-The height of the …………………….. is 25 metres.
        a-street                              b– stiff                        c – staff                             d– cliff
15-The artist …………………….. the sculpture from a massive piece of stone.
       a-harvested                         b- carved                  c– curved                         d– starved
16-At night, bright lights always ………………….. the front of the palace.
         a- illuminate               b – eliminate          c – contaminate               d – originate
17-If you want to ask the teacher a question, you should ……………… your hand.
                a-rise                     b – arouse             c – rise                           d– raise
18-The Sphinx is …………………… near the Pyramids at Giza.
         a- postponed              b– possessed                    c– preceded               d– positioned
19-The statue of the pharaoh is a famous ancient ……………………..
            a-moment               b– memory               c – monument             d– mount.
20-The statue is built on a hard …………………. made of concrete.
         a- basic                b – base              c – case               d– brass
21-The ………………………….. of the Great Wall of China is 6,400 kilometres.
          a-width                b– breadth                c– length                          d– wealth
22-The Great Pyramid is about 150 metres …………………
         a-height                   b– weight                    c– high                       d– low.
23-A …... is a large structure that is built to remind us of an important event or a famous person.                         a-minute            b – monument             c – moment                 d– cement
24-A cliff means high …………………..
        a-racket                b– pocket                          c– rock                          d– stick
25-To …………………..means to cut stone or wood into a particular shape.
          a-carve              b– crave                        c– achieve                           d - activate
26-To ………………. is to make light shine on something.
           a-bright                  b– sight                     c– fight                         d – illuminate
27-To …………………. is to move something to a higher position.
           a- erase                       b– chase                      c– raise                  d– praise
28-Many years ago, enemies were …………… the rich towns of northern China.
          a-attracting              b– attacking        c – attempting                     d – attending
29-Building the Aswan High Dam meant that the Nile Valley would be……………
              a-fed                     b– fled                        c– flooded              d– defeated.
30-The massive statues were cut into pieces which …………….. over 30 tonnes each.
              a-weighed                    b– laid                      c– paid                         d– waited
31-…………………, the wall reached a length of 6,400 km.
       a- Continually           b– Individually                   c – Manually                d – Eventually
32-The work began in 220 BCE and ……………….for hundreds of years.
           a-started               b– continued                    c– opened                         d – offered
33-It was ………………… that Egypt should lose one of its most important monuments.
              a- unattainable           b– uncontrollable          c - unthinkable        d- uncountable
34-Today, the temples are an amazing …………… of ancient and modern engineering.
            a-coronation         b – combination          c – communication        d– connection
35-Plans were ……………………… to rescue the temples.
                a-done             b– taken                     c – made                             d– given
36-The work took more than 3 years………………………
          a-to complete               b –complete          c– completed                        d – completing
37-The government is trying to ……………….. more tourists to Egypt.
               a- attack           b– attend                           c– attract                       d – attain
38-He walked fast because he didn't want to ……………… the bus.
                a- lose                    b– miss                       c– loose                          d – loss
39-This is the greatest monument ever……………………..
            a-discovery                 b– discover              c – discovered                d– discovering.
40-The government should provide more money ………………….. education.
               a- with                      b– for                             c– at                        d– on
41-Could you tell me the best …….. to go to the city centre, please?
               a- way                        b- method                    c- route               d- root
42-The …………… way from here is to take an underground train.
            a-  long                     b- short                    c- expensive                d- quickest
43-Cairo Metro is the ………. underground railway system in Africa or the Middle East.
            a- lonely                    b-alone                          c- only                      d- solo
44-It’s …………………………..newer than London or Paris System.
          a- more                         b- a lot                          c- less                      d- most
45-The first line …………………. in 1989. It’s about 44 kilometres long and goes from the Helwan to New El Marg.
          a-was opened                      b- is opened                   c- opened                  d-opens
46-Cairo Metro must have made travelling around Cairo easier for…..
         a- commuters               b- commutes            c- communicators                 d-compensators
47-Trains carry …………… two million people every day.
          a- exactly                         b- near                     c-accurately                        d- nearly
48-………….by metro cost the same whether you travel between the stations or go from one end of the line to the other.
          a-Journey                      b- Journeys              c- Travelling                   d- Going
49-The metro must have ………… people a lot of money and improved the journeys to work.
                a- rescued                    b- saved                c- provided                   d- supplied
50-There are two lines in the metro system at the moment, but there are ………… for six lines.
            a- plans                       b- works                      c- hopes                   d- wishes
51-…………. under the Nile can’t have been easy.
            a- Diving                       b- Sailing               c- Swimming               d- Tunnelling
52-They used a massive drilling machine called Nefertiti. It dug a tunnel with a …………….of over eight meters.
      a- monometer              b- diameter                 c- trimetric                       d- hemi meter
53-The whole thing sounds like a ……….engineering project. It can’t have been cheap.
              a- mass                 b- masses                         c- misses                            d- massive
54-We’re very ……….the underground, and it's considered to be one of the most modern underground systems in the world.  
           a- pride of                       b- ashamed of                     c- proud of             d- shy of
55-The underground is an …………….. in Egypt’s future as a centre for tourism and business.
           a- investor                    b- investing                       c- investment               d- investments
56-Egypt has many amazing ... of engineering, both ancient and modern.
              a- works                        b- work                      c- establishments            d- sites
57-Abu Simbel is the site of two temples which were ……………..a cliff in about 1250 BC.
           a- built into                    b- made into               c- carved into                 d- curved
58-The larger temple was ………so that at certain times of the year, the rays of the rising sun would illuminate the statues .
              a- put                   b- positioned                      c- built                          d- constructed
59-The government decided to build Aswan High Dam.  Thus, the Nile Valley would be ….and that Abu Simbel itself would be under water.
        a- flooded                     b- watered                     c- dried                           d- dug
60-It was ………….that Egypt should lose one of its most important monuments, so plans were made to rescue it.
      a- thinkable                   b- unthinkable                c- thoughtful                 d- thoughtless
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences :
1-A transporter is someone who travels a long distance to work every day .
2-He infected his life savings in his daughter’s business.
3-The explosion made a passive hole in the ground.
4-The funnel goes under the Nile.
5-A strong economy depends on a healthy manufacturing basic.
6-The statue was possessed at the entrance of the castle.
7-The government has made a plan to rise taxes.
8-It was unthinking that she could be dead.
9-The earth is discriminated by the sun.
10-Keep away from the edge of the stiff - you might fall.
11-Egypt has many amazed works of engineering.
12-There are a lot of history monuments in Egypt.
13-The street is 50 metres length.
14-We should stop people pollute the environment.
15-The Great Wall of China was built to keep the attackers of.
16- We are proud of he won the prize.            
17- Abu Simbel is the sign of two temples.    
18- The temples were curved into a cliff.        
19- They do a plan to rescue the monuments.
20- A jockey is riding in the horse.                  
21- It is width enough for them to move.      
22- He has his own factory , he works against himself.
23- The thieves attached the old woman and robbed her.
24- My father died at the ago of 66.      
25- I can't hear you , please rise your voice.
Choose the correct answer:    Grammar:
1-His car ………. have cost a lot of money. It's the latest make.
    a- can't b- might c- must d- may
2-A: Look, Hesham's keys are on the table.
B: He ……………… have seen them when he left this morning.
    a- can't b-must c- mustn’t d- had to
3-A: I rang you this morning, but you didn't answer.
B Sorry, I ………….. have been asleep.
     a can't b-must c- have to d- may not
4-A- He's only been in the laboratory for ten minutes.
B Surely he ………. have finished his experiment already.
     a- can't   b-must c- mustn't d- might
5-A- Ali fell off his bike this morning. Do you know if he's OK?
B- His mother says he ………… have broken his arm.
    a- mustn't b-might c- couldn't d- can't
6-There …… has been a sandstorm. The streets are covered in sand.  
     a- must b- might c- can't d- mustn't
7-She ...... have rung me early this morning. I was out until midday.
     a- might b- must c- mustn't d- can
8-He …………….have missed his train. He is usually late.
    a- must b- can't c- might d- couldn't
9-Lamiaa ………… have forgotten. She's got a very good memory.
     a- can't b- might c- could d- may
10-It ………. Been very windy during the night. There are branches all over the ground
      a- can't b- must c- could d- may
11-His watch ……… have cost a lot of money. It is made of plastic.
   a- can't b- might c- must d- may
12-It’s got wings so it ……… be a bird
      a-must b-can’t   c-must have      d-may
13-He was absent for a week. He …… ill during that time.
       a-must b-must be    c-must have been      d-may be.
14-It ………. our train. It’s too early.
      a- can’t be b- must be       c-needn’t be     d-might be
15-She …….. out when I phoned as no  one answered.
      a- must be    b- can’t       c- must have been       d-had to be.
16-I am not sure; he ……. tired when he stopped working.
      a-might be b- must have been        c- must be      d- might have been
17-What a pity! He’s bleeding terribly. He … an accident.
   a-can’t have had b-may have had  
    c-must have had       d-should have had
18-He …… ill as he was absent last week.
     a-must be b-won’t be         c-must have been     d-can’t have been
19-She …. be only 30, she looks much older.
    a-mustn’t      b-can’t    c-shouldn’t d-needn’t
20-The criminal ----------- have escaped through that broken door.
   a – might            b – couldn't                       c – must                 d – might not
21-He …………… missed his train. He's usually late.
     a- must have                b – can't have              c– didn't have                      d– can have
22-His watch …………… cost a lot of money. It's made of plastic.
    a- must have             b– might have            c – could have                     d– can't have
23-It ……….. been very windy during the night. There are branches all over the ground.
       a-can't have            b – will have                     c– must have               d– didn't have
24-Tunneling under the Nile …………………. been easy. I'm sure it was difficult.
        a- must have           b– may have           c– can't have                       d – might have
25-My father …………. walked to work this morning. His car is still in the garage.
       a-didn't have                 b– won't have            c– shall have                d– must have
26-He can't walk. He …………… be ill.
      a-must               b – mustn't                          c– shouldn't                      d – won't
27-He spends so much money. He ……………….. be rich.
        a- can't                   b – shouldn't                   c – must                                d – won't
28-You ……..finished that book already. You bought it only yesterday and it is very long.
         a-can't have       b– must have                  c – should have                   d – will have
29-A: I don't know where my school bag is, Mum?
B: It's not here. You ………………… have left it on the train.
        a- mustn't                  b– can't                 c – might                               d – won't
30-A: Look, Hesham's keys are on the table.
  B: He …………….. seen them when he left this morning.
       a-must have               b - can't have            c – might have                   d– may have
31-A: I rang you this morning, but you didn't answer.
B: Sorry, I …………… have been asleep.
        a- can't                b – might not                    c – may not                           d– must
32-A: He's only been in the laboratory for ten minutes.
  B: Surely he ………………….. have finished the experiment already.
        a- must                     b – can't                        c – might                                d – may
33-A: Ali fell off his bike this morning. Do you know if he's OK?
B: His mother says he ………………have broken his arm.
      a-might                     b– will                               c– can                                   d – didn't
34-He …………….. been injured. There was blood on his face.
      a- can't have             b– mustn't have                c– must have                  d– should have
35-The streets are wet. It ……………… last night.
       a- must rain                    b– can't rain      c– must have rained           d– should have rained
36-Mona is never late, ……………….?
         a- she              b– isn't she                         c – won't she                      d– will she
37-I'm not rich enough to buy that car, ………………………?
           a-aren't I           b – don't I                     c – can I                                d– am I
38-Not everyone enjoys sport, …………………..?
          a-do they             b – don't they               c– didn't he                       d – does he
39-Let's go out tonight, ……………….?
        a-will you          b – won't you                 c – should we                     d – shall we
40-She'd rather not sign the cheque, …………………….?
     a-did she        b – hadn't she              c – wouldn't she                       d – would she
41-He's got a very good memory, he ………….
         a- must have forgotten                                b-  can’t have forgotten  
          c- might have forgotten                              d-  may have forgotten
42-He is never usually late; he …………missed his train.
      a- must have              b-can’t have                c-might have            d- may have
43-It is made of plastic, it ……………..cost a lot of money..
        a- must               b- can’t have                 c- will                      d- has to be
44-I was out until midday, she …………….me this morning.
           a- must ring      b- can't have rung        c- must have rung       d- will have rung
45-The streets are covered in sand, there ……….a sandstorm last night.
           a-must be     b- can’t be             c- might have been                 d-must have been
46-There are braches all over the ground, it …………windy yesterday.
               a- can’t be    b- might be               c- must be                d- must have been
47-Dina ……have been at school yesterday .the list of the absent included her name.
         a- must                        b-can’t                      c- needn’t                       d- mustn’t
48-We don’t know when earthquakes happen .They …….predicted.
           a- were                      b- can’t be              c- have been                  d- had been
49-His bad exam results ……..have frustrated his poor parents.
        a- must                       b- should                   c- can’t                        d- needn’t
50-They ……..mad, the solution they gave is very reasonable.
      a- must be          b–can’t be                  c- may be                         d- would be  
51-She …….foolish she says she believes in magic.
            a- can't be                 b- may be               c- must have been              d- must be
52-This ……be his car. He is too poor to afford such an expensive vehicle
            a- may                         b- can't                       c- must                      d- might
53-The streets are wet , it ………rained while we were in
          a- must have                          b- can't have                 c- neednt have        d- should have
54-What you are saying……………….be true. I am sure it isn’t.
          a- may                           b- can't                    c- might                           d- must
55-I cannot find my eyeglasses. I ………have left them at home.
          a- must                        b- can't                           c- may                        d- might    
Find the mistakes:
1-I phoned him but he didn't answer, he must have heard the ring.
2-He can have rung yesterday evening. I'm not sure.
3-I am certain she might be a nurse
4-She must meet him last week.
5-Hanan owns a large villa and a large company, she must be poor.
6-I am not sure. Aya must have robbed the bank.
7-I'm not sure how well I did in the test at school today, but I think I might pass
8-I am sure she robbed the bank. She can't be a thief.
9-A- I think this structure was built about 200 years ago.
         B- It can't have been very difficult. Those pieces of metal look incredibly heavy.
10-Do you think they made the pieces nearby or brought them from somewhere else?
        B- They must have brought them very far. They're too big.
11-In the past, people can't find clean water, so there were a lot of diseases.
12-She's been trying to pass her driving test for six years and she's finally managed in passing it.
13-I don't see my neighbor any more. He must moved to a new house.
14-He can read or write. He is illiterate.
15-Excuse me, should you tell me the way to the station, please?
16-We could get into our car because our keys were locked inside.
17-We will keep out of oil in 20 years.
18-Almost any information you need shall be found on the internet.
19-He uses a stethoscope and wears a white coat. He can't be a doctor.
20-She can the ability to do her job very efficiently.

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