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Unit 8                                             William Shakespeare                             

Vocabulary

actor                                          ممثل beat                                             يهزم
artist       فنان (موسيقى أو عازف أو نحات) describe                                       يصف
musician                                 موسيقار truth                              حقيقة / صدق
patron  راعى/كفيل/سيد/صاحب مؤسسة soldiers                                        جنود
perform                  يؤدى (دورا مسرحيا) save                                             ينقذ
performer    مؤدى (موسيقى / مسرحى) capture                                        يأسر
plays                   مسرحية / يلعب / يمثل prison                                        سجن
theatre                                     مسرح realize                                         يدرك
support         يمول / يدعم / يعول / يساند decision                                        قرار
organization               منظمة / مؤسسة suggestion                                  اقتراح
musical                                   موسيقى damage                              دمار / خراب
musical performer           عازف موسيقى luckily                               لحسن الحظ
entertain                    يسلى / يستضيف sad                                             حزين
especially                                 و بخاصة Sorry                                             نادم
stage                            خشبة المسرح prepare                              يعد / يستعد
Tour guide                     مرشد سياحى risk                                            يخاطر
glove maker                        صانع قفازات ashamed             شاعر بالخزى أو الخجل
financial problems            مشاكل مالية                                         foolish                              أحمق / غبى
cautious                                     حريص guilty                                          مذنب
theatre group                  فرقة مسرحية turning point                        نقطة تحول
own                                          يمتلك dishonest               غير وفى / غير مخلص
owner                                         مالك power                                قوة / سلطة
part-own                    يشارك فى ملكية regretful                                       نادم
part-owner                   شريك فى ملكية well-known                   معروف / مشهور
retire  يتقاعد عن العمل / يحال إلى المعاش feelings                                    مشاعر
quiz                                   اختبار موجز opposite                                     عكس
poem                                        قصيدة flattery                                       مديح
successful                                    ناجح sweet words                   كلمات معسولة
definitely                                   بالتأكيد forgive                      يصفح عن / يسامح
diary                       دفتر لتدوين اليوميات mobile number       رقم التليفون المحمول
Road accident deceitful                                     مخادع
address                         عنوان / يخاطب sensible                                       عاقل
injured                          مصاب / مجروح fight                                         معركة
revise                                        يراجع terrible                                      فظيع
revision                                    مراجعة mistake                                         خطأ
obvious                                        واضح several                                          عدة
wander                      يتجول / يطوف حول prefer                                         يفضل
Midlands الجزء الأوسط أو الداخلى من البلاد ending                                         نهاية
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Idioms & Expressions


play James Bond     يمثل دور جيمس بوند find out                          يعرف / يكتشف
I have no idea                ليس لدى فكرة catch the plane                 يلحق بالطائرة
write for                                  يكتب لـ be taken to prison       يرسل الى السجن
refer to                                  يشير إلى go into                                        يدخل
famous for= known for          مشهور بـ go out                                         يخرج
leave for                                يغادر إلى fall down                           يقع / يسقط
move back to                         ينتقل إلى on stage                 على خشبة المسرح
send away                 ينفى / يطرد / يبعد all over the world      فى كل أنحاء العالم
angry with                 غاضب من شخص win a fight against       يكسب مباراة ضد
give his country to         يعطى ملكه إلى win a fight against         يخسر مباراة ضد
obvious to                               واضح لـ wander around                      يتجول فى
live on money from   يعيش على مال من take power back             يسترد السلطة
in public                           علانية / جهرا be prepared to                      مستعد أن
the date on which            اليوم الذى فيه risk his life for        يخاطر بحياته من أجل
make money from             يكون ثروة من tell the truth                      يقول الحقيقة
put …. Into prison     يضع .... فى السجن tell lies / a lie                               يكذب
learn from                             يتعلم من tell a story                           يحكى قصة


Definitions

 actor:     ممثل
         Someone who performs in a play or film.

 patron: راعى/كفيل/سيد/صاحب مؤسسة    
         Some one who supports or gives money to an organization, artist , musical performer, etc.

 perform:       يؤدى (دورا مسرحيا)
         To do something to entertain people, especially in public

 theatre:     مسرح
         A building with a stage where plays are performed.

 obvious:        واضح
         Easy to understand

 wander:         يتجول
         Walk with nowhere to go

 beat:              يهزم
         Win a fight against someone

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Verbs and nouns that go together

Make & do
make do
make a decision                       يتخذ قرار do damage                  يحدث ضرر أو تلف
make a mistake                     يرتكب خطأ do homework                    يعمل الواجب
make money                         يكسب مالا do a job                               يؤدى عملا
make a noise                      يحدث ضوضاء do a quiz                           يعمل مسابقة
make a suggestion                يقدم اقتراح do a sport                          يمارس رياضة
make an effort                       يبذل جهدا do an exam                       يؤدى امتحان
make the beds                    يرتب الفراش do enough revision     يعمل مراجعة كافية

Confusable words


 wander / wonder:
    wander: walk aimlessly يتجول    
- We wandered about the city square ميدان, chatting and window-shopping.
    wonder: ask oneselfيتساءل    
- I wondered if I would be invited to the party.

 arrive / reach:
    arrive: يصل ( لا يليه مفعول به)        
     - The plane has just arrived.
    arrive at: يصل إلى (مكان صغير محدود)              
          - The plane arrived at Cairo Airport on time.
    arrive in: يصل إلى (دولة / عاصمة / مدينة كبيرة)      
          - The plane arrived in Cairo on time.
    reach: get toيصل إلى (يليه مفعول به)              
          - I won't reach the office till noon today.

 win / gain / earn:
    win: (a medal / a cup / a race / a competition / a match / a game/a prize)
يفوز بـ / يكسب ( يليه الشئ الذى نفوز به أو نكسبه)
    gain:(experience/information / Knowledge) يكتسب (خبرة / معلومات / معرفة)  
              (weight / height / speed)يزداد (فى الوزن / الطول / السرعة)                    
    earn: (money / his living) يكسب المال / عيشه (من العمل الجاد)                    


Language Notes

 so + صفة: very + صفة                جدا
   - Mark is very clever.  (so)
     Mark is so clever.
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 فاعل + فعل + so + صفة  + that + جملة:  جدا لدرجة أن
   - He is very strong. He can carry the heavy box. (so ……. that)
     He is so strong that he can carry the heavy box.

 such + a / an + صفة: a very + صفة + اسم               جدا
   - It was a very wonderful view.  (such)
     It was such a wonderful view.  

 فاعل + فعل + such a / an + صفة  + اسم + that + جملة:  جدا لدرجة أن
   - It was a very easy exam. We answered all questions.  (such…. that)
   - It was such an easy exam that we answered all questions.  

 جملة + so that حتى + فاعل  + will / can / may + مصدر + ……
(فى حالة المضارع)
جملة     + so that حتى + فاعل  + would / could / might + مصدر + ……
(فى حالة الماضى)
جملة     + in order to / so as to / to  لكى  + مصدر + ……
  - He studies hard. He wants to get high marks.  (so that / so as to)
    He studies hard so that he can get high marks.  
    He studies hard so as to get high marks.  
  - He studied hard. He wanted to get high marks.  (so that / in order to)
    He studied hard so that he could get high marks.  
    He studied hard so as to get high marks.  

 by + وسيلة مواصلات:
   (by train / by car / by taxi / by plane / by boat)
 on + أداة / ضمير  + وسيلة مواصلات:
   (on a train / on the plane / on my bicycle / on the boat)
 in + أداة / ضمير  + car / taxi:
   (in a car / in a taxi / in my car)



Tapescript, Reading & Critical thinking

William Shakespeare

 William Shakespeare was born on April, 23rd, 1564, in Stratford in the Midlands of England. His father was a glove maker. William went to school when he was 7, but he had to leave at the age of 14 because his family had financial problems.
 When he was 18, Shakespeare married a farmer’s daughter called Anne Heathway. William and Anne had three children. After that no one is sure what Shakespeare did but, in 1592, he left his family and went  to London to become an actor.
 Soon he started writing poems, and one of his longest poems, "Venus and Adonis”, was so successful that it made him famous. If he hadn’t found a patron at this time, he wouldn't have become a famous writer.
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 By 1594, Shakespeare was a well-known actor and writer who wrote and performed for a theatre group called The King's Men. Shakespeare had started writing in 1588 and, for the next 17 years, he wrote two plays a year. Many of these were performed at The Globe Theatre near to the River Thames in London. His five famous plays are probably Romeo and Juliet written in 1596, A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1596, Hamlet in 1601, King Lear in 1606 and Macbeth in 1606. Shakespeare part-owned The Globe Theatre, and made a lot of money from it. He had enough to buy a very large House in Stratford, and he retired there in 1611. Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616.

King Lear

 Lear is the King of Britain. When he is old, he decides to give his country to his three daughters,   Goneril,   Regan   and   Cordelia. But before he does this, he asks them to tell him how much they love him. Two of the daughters, Goneril and Regan, say they love him much more than they really do. The third daughter, Cordelia, does not say very much. She does not  know how to describe her love for her father. Lear is angry with Cordelia, and gives all his money and land to Goneril and Regan. Cordelia is sent away and goes to live in France where she marries the king.
 Old Lear soon discovers that he has made a terrible mistake. It is soon obvious to him that Goneril and Regan said that they loved him only so that they could have his money and his country. The truth is that they do not love their father at all. Lear wanders around the country with his last two good friends until they arrive in Dover.
 Cordelia hears what has happened to her father. She comes to England with soldiers to try to save him and to take his country back from her two sisters. English soldiers arrive in Dover and beat the French. Cordelia and Lear are captured and taken to prison. Here, Cordelia tells her father how much she really loves him.

Questions & answers:

1- When and where was Shakespeare born?
  - He was born on April, 23rd, 1564, in Stratford in the Midlands of England.

2- What was Shakespeare's father?
  - He was a glove maker.

3- Why did Shakespeare have to leave school at the age of 14?
  - Because his family had financial problems.
  - Because his family didn't have much money.

4- Whom did Shakespeare marry at the age of 18?
  - Anne Heathway

5- Why did Shakespeare leave his family and go to London in 1592?
  - To become an actor.
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6- Why did Shakespeare become famous?
  - Because one of his longest poems, "Venus and Adonis”, was so successful.

7- What would have happened if Shakespeare hadn't found a patron at this time?
  - He wouldn't have become a famous writer.

8- What did Shakespeare write and perform for?
   - He wrote and performed for a theatre group called The King's Men.

9- Where were many of Shakespeare's plays performed?
   - At the Globe Theatre near to the River Thames in London.

10- Name some of Shakespeare's famous plays.
- Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet, King Lear and Macbeth.

11- How did Shakespeare make a lot of money?
   - He part-owned The Globe Theatre, and made a lot of money from it.

12- What did Shakespeare buy in Stratford?
   - He bought a large house.

13- Where and when did Shakespeare retire?
   - He retired in Stratford in 1611.

14- When did Shakespeare die?
   - On April 23rd, 1616.

15- What was unusual about the date on which Shakespeare was born and died?
  - It was the same date, April 23rd.

16- What did King Lear decide to do when he was old?
   - He decided to give his country to his three daughters,   Goneril,   Regan   and   Cordelia.

17- What did Shakespeare want to know before he gave his money and land to his daughters?
  - He wanted to know how much they loved him.

18- What did Goneril and Regan tell Lear?
   - They told him they loved him so much.

19- Which two of Lear's daughters did not tell their father the truth?
  - Goneril and Regan.

20- Why do you think King Lear believed Goneril and Regan?
   - Because they told him what he wanted to hear.


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21- Why was King Lear angry with his daughter Cordelia?
  - Because she couldn't say how much she loved him.
  - Because she didn't know how to describe her love to him.    

22- What did King Lear do to his daughter, Cordelia? Why?
  - He didn't give her any of his money and land and sent her away to France because she didn't tell him how much she loved him.

23- Why didn't Lear give any of his money and land to Cordelia?
  - Because she didn't tell him how much she loved him.

24- Who did Cordelia marry?
  - The king of France.

25- What was the turning point in King Lear?
  - Lear found out he had made a terrible mistake.

26- When did Lear discover that he had made a terrible mistake?
  - Soon after he had given his two daughters his money and his land

27- How do you think Lear discovered he had made a terrible mistake?
  - He saw that Goneril and Regan didn't really love him.

28- What did King Lear find out about Goneril and Regan?
  - He found out that they loved him only so that they could have his money and his country and they did not love him at all.

29- Why do you think Lear wanders around the country?
  - He probably doesn't want to live with the two dishonest daughters.

30- Why did Cordelia come back to England with French soldiers?
  - She wanted to try to help her father and save him.

31- How did Cordelia try to help her father?
  - She came back to England with French soldiers to try to save him and to take his country back from her two sisters.

32- Who puts Cordelia and Lear in prison? Why?
  - The English soldiers who are working for Goneril and Regan because Cordelia and Lear were trying to take the power from them.

33- When did Cordelia tell her father how much she loved him?
  - When they were captured and put into prison.

34- How do you think Cordelia feels when she hears what has happened to her father?
  - She feels sad and sorry because she loves him.

35- "Cordelia should have left her father and not tried to save him." Do you agree? Why? Why not?
- No, because she must be kind to her father no matter what he does to her.
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36- How do you think Lear feels when Cordelia tries to help him?
- He probably feels regretful and ashamed.

37- What does Lear realize in the end?
- He realizes that Cordelia really loves him more than his other two daughters.

38- How do you think Lear feels when he finds out how much Cordelia loves him?
- He feels ashamed, sorry, foolish and guilty.

39- What did Lear learn from his mistake?
- He learns that people can have feelings without talking about them.

40- What is the moral of King Lear story?
- People can have feelings without talking about them.

@ Choose the correct answer:
1- Last year Ali didn't (do-make-get-play) much money as he was still a student.
2- He (left-spent-lived-lent) on money from his parents when he got married.
3- Two soldiers were killed and the rest were (captured-got-put-kidnapped).
4- This is an easy question! The answer is (done-made-public-obvious).
5- I’m not good at (doing-working-playing-making) quick decisions.
6- Simon always (wins-beats-earns-gains) me at tennis.
7- A (patron-poet-performer-porter) is some one who supports or gives money to an organization or an artist.
8- In his maths test Mark didn't (do-work-make-take) any mistakes.
9- The date (at-in-by-on) which Shakespeare was born and died was unusual.
10- We spent the morning (wondering-wandering-visiting-paying) around the old part of the city.
11- What job would you like to (do-make-work-earn) when you leave university?
12- (An actor-A patron- An engineer- An interpreter) plays in films, on TV or in a theatre.
13- In 1611, Shakespeare left London and (resigned-retreated-tired-retired) to Stratford.
14- Try not to (do-make-get-play) any noise when you go into the library.
15- You can watch (films-plays-novels-matches) in a theatre.    
16- Shakespeare wrote some great  (games-quizzes-poems-novels).
17- What sports do you (make-get-do-spend)?
18- The children are (performing-writing-playing-making) in a famous play this afternoon.
19- Can I (make-do-get-play) a suggestion? Why don't you do your homework before you go out?
20- Let's (play-make-work-do) this quiz about animals.
21- Two trees fell down in the wind, but luckily they didn't (make-do-work-get) any damage.
22- Daniel Craig is the actor who (plays-makes-does-works) James Bond.
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23- Without his rich (patron-performer-professional-actor) Shakespeare wouldn't have been a successful writer.
24- Shakespeare often (did-played-made-performed) in his own plays.
25- Shakespeare wrote plays (in-with-for-by) a theatre group called The King's Men.

@ Rewrite using the word(s) in brackets to give the same meaning:
1- The house is very beautiful. (so)

2- This is a very interesting film.  (such)

3- He came home early to see the children before they went to bed. (so that)

4- He owns a house by the Nile.  (owner)

5- The play was so successful that all tickets were sold. (It was such…….)



Language Focus

The third conditional   الحالة الثالثة

If + past perfect ماضى تام  +  would/could/might/should +have +p.p.

- If I had (I'd) left home on time, I would (I'd) have caught the school bus.
 I would (I'd) have caught the school bus if I had (I'd) left home on time.
- If you hadn't gone to Italy, you wouldn't have met Mario.
  You wouldn't have met Mario if you hadn't gone to Italy.
Ÿ تستخدم الحالة الثالثة للتعبير عن تعبر مواقف مستحيلة الحدوث أو التغيير فى الماض أو مواقف كنا نتخيلها فى الماضى كما تعبر عن الندم.
   - If I'd run faster, I'd have won the race.
     = I didn't run faster so I didn't win.
   - If you hadn’t gone to Italy, you wouldn’t have met Mario.
      =  You went to Italy and you met Mario.
Ÿ لاحظ  صيغة الاستفهام مع if  
  - What would you have done if you had won a lot of money?
Ÿ يمكن أن نستخدم  had  بدلا من  if و يليها فاعل ثم تصريف ثالث
   - If he had played well, he would have won.  (Had)
     Had he played well, he would have won.
Ÿ فى حالة وجود جملتين فى الماضى نستخدم الحالة الثالثة و نحول النفى إلى  إثبات و العكس
1- He got up late, so he missed the train. (If)
If he hadn’t got up late, he wouldn’t have missed the train.

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2- He didn’t have a map, therefore he was lost. (If)
If he had had a map, he wouldn’t have been lost.
3- He failed because he was lazy.  (If)
  If he hadn’t been lazy, he wouldn’t have failed.
4- He failed, as he didn’t work hard. (If)
  If he had worked hard last year, he wouldn’t have failed the exam.
Ÿ نضع الجملة التى تسبق so / therefore / that’s why  بعد if  كما فى المثالين   1,2    
Ÿ نضع الجملة التى تلى  because / as بعد if  كما فى المثالين 3,4
Ÿ يمكن أن نستخدم  unless بدلا من if  و يأتى بعدها جملة مثبتة
- He worked hard, so he succeeded. (Unless)
   Unless he had worked hard, he wouldn’t have succeeded.
Ÿ لاحظ التعبيرات التالية.
If it hadn’t been for  
Without                       + v.+ ing / noun      +       would have + pp
But for

- Without his hard work, he wouldn’t have succeeded. (If it ………)
   If it hadn’t been for his hard work, he wouldn’t have succeeded.


@ Choose the correct answer:
1- I wouldn’t have reached this stage unless she (helped-had helped-was helping-would help) me.
2- If you (hadn’t spent-didn’t spend-don’t spend-wouldn’t spend) so long in the sun, you wouldn’t have got burnt.
3- If she hadn’t learned how to type, she (would have written-will write-wouldn’t have written-would write) so many books.
4- If he (has got up-got up-would get up-had got up) earlier, he would have caught the first plane.
5- He (wouldn't-won't-can't-may not) have gone to hospital if he hasn't been injured.
6- (If-Unless-Without-Had) his rich patron Shakespeare wouldn't have been a successful writer.
7- If he (studied-has studied-had studied-studies) hard, he would have succeeded.
8- (If-Unless-Without-Had) he had found a patron, he wouldn't have become a famous writer.
9- He would not have been so rich if he (hadn't been-wasn't-weren't-hasn't been) the part owner of a theatre.
10- If he hadn’t been very rich, he (will have been-wouldn’t have been-would have been-can't have been) able to buy a large house.




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@ Rewrite using the word(s) in brackets to give the same meaning:
1- They didn’t win the match because they played badly. (If)

2- He didn’t have an umbrella. Therefore, he got wet in the rain. (Had)

3- She lost her tennis match because she didn’t have enough practice. (If)

4- He didn’t work hard. Perhaps that’s why he failed. (If)

5- He went to school. He learned to read and write well.  (If)

6- I wanted to come to see you, but I didn't know your address.

7- I didn't have your mobile number, so I couldn't phone you.

8- He forgot to write the time of the meeting, so he arrived an hour late.   (If)

9- The flat was very expensive, so they didn't buy it.  (Unless)

10- You didn't do very well in the test because you didn't do enough revision.(If)

11- She went to bed very late: That's why she was so tired this morning.

12- They played badly so they didn’t win. ( If)

13- His family had financial problems. He left school.  (If)
















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Test

A) Language Functions

1- Finish the following dialogue:
        Nadia is talking to her teacher of English:
Nadia    : How can I improve my English?
Teacher: ………………………………………………………………………………. .
Nadia    : It sounds good, but I don’t have time to do it.
Teacher: …………………………………………………………………………….. ?
Nadia    : Because I have my subjects.
Teacher: How about during the summer holiday?
Nadia    : ………………………………………………. . Thank you for your advice.
Teacher: …………………………………………………………………………. .

2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- Your friend didn't study hard and he failed the exam.
2- You see an old woman carrying a heavy bag.
3- You don't like the novel you have read.
4- You ask your friend about his health.

B) Vocabulary and Structure

3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1- If my watch ……………… been right, I wouldn't have been late.
a) has                b) had           c) hasn't            d) hadn't
2- Can I ……………….. a suggestion? Why don't we go shopping tomorrow?
a) make             b) get             c) do               d) play
3- If we hadn't gone to Spain for holiday, we ……………… have met Jorge and his family.
a) wouldn't         b) didn't          c) haven't        d) can't
4- If they ………….. more careful, they wouldn't have had that bad accident.
a) had been        b) has been     c) were            d) are
5- Your question was so easy to understand. The answer was very …………. .
a) obvious          b) poisonous   c) infected       d) dangerous
6- I've just ………… that I forgot my wallet at home.
a) realized          b) relaxed       c) known         d) reached
7- ……………… his hard work, he wouldn't have succeeded.
a) With              b) If                c) Unless        d) Without
8- Shakespeare's father was a glove ……………………. .
a) performer      b) maker          c) patron       d) actor
9- We all trust him because he always ……………….. the truth.
a) speaks           b) says            c) talks           d) tells
10- When the train fell down, it didn't ………………… any damage .
a) make             b) do              c) work           d) send
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4- Rewrite the following sentences using the word(s) in brackets to give the same meaning:
1- My alarm clock stopped, so I didn't wake up at 6 o'clock. (If)
2- My uncle owns a very famous bookshop.  (owner)
3- I got up late and missed the bus.  (If)
4- He got low marks because he didn't study hard. (If)

5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
             William Shakespeare was born in 1564. His father was a (1) ………….. maker. He went to school when he was 7, but he had to leave at the age of 14 because his family had (2) ………………….. problems. When he was 18, Shakespeare (3)……………… Anne Heathway. In 1592, he left his family and went  to London to  become (4)………… actor. If he hadn’t found a (5)……………. at this time, he wouldn't have become a famous writer. He wrote and performed (6)……………………. a theatre group called The King's Men.

C) Read Comprehension and Set Books

6- Read the following passage , then answer the questions:
     What determines يحدد the kind of home we live in? one of the things that strikes تجذب people who travel is that homes look different from one place to another. Yet, three factors عوامل - climate, available building materials and lifestyle  أسلوب الحياة- usually decide يحدد the kind of housing a place will have.
     People build homes that will protect them from bad weather and let them enjoy good weather. In very wet countries, homes are often built high off the ground to protect people from floods. Where the weather is very hot or very cold, people sometimes live underground. In places where the weather is mild, homes often have courtyards that are open to the sky. Some Middle East countries have homes with thick walls جدران سميكة that keep people warm in winter and cool in summer.
       Homes are built from materials that are easily available, and sometimes these can be very unusual. In hot, dry places people often use mud to build homes because wood is hard to find. The Eskimos often live in temporary مؤقتة houses of snow when they go on hunting trips.
       Perhaps people's lifestyles are more obvious in their houses. Most of us think of a home as a permanent دائم place, but the Bedouins who travel from one location to another often live in tents that they can carry with them.
       Homes not only offer shelter, but are a key to the culture and way of life of people. For this reason, they have always fascinated historians.

A) Answer the following questions:
1- What surprises people who travel from place to place?
2- Where is it difficult to use wood in building a house?
3- What are the things which decide the kind of house?
4- Why are Eskimo houses made of snow?

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B) Choose the correct answer:
 5- People usually live underground in ………………….. places.
     a) wet                                  b) hot        
     c) high                                 d) mild
   6- The underlined word 'these' refers to ………………….. .
            a) weather conditions            b) people    
            c) countries                          d) building materials
        7- A permanent place means ………………………………… .
            a) a place for a long time        b) a place for a short time  
            c) a lower place                     d) a higher place

7- Answer Only Four (4) of the following questions:
1- What was the name of the threatre in London where people could see Shakespeare's plays?
2- What would have happened if Cordelia had said she loved  her father?
3- Why did Shakespeare leave his family and go to London?
4- How do you think king Lear discovered that he had made a mistake?
5- Who did Cordelia marry?
6- What was the turning point in King Lear?

D) The Novel

A) Answer the following questions:
1- Why did the writer have to be friendly towards the newcomers?
2- How did the writer try to make the stranger speak?
3- How was the stranger able to rob the writer?
4- What did the stranger steal from the writer?

   B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
    "I'll tell you a strange thing about me – I never forget a face. The only trouble is ……."
    a) Who was the speaker?
    b) What was strange about the writer?
    c) what was the speaker's trouble?

E) Writing

9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about:
           "The importance of learning foreign languages"

F) Translation

10- A) Translate into Arabic:
     1- It is important to learn from your mistakes.
     2- It is dangerous to drive without fastening your seat-belt.

      B) Translate into English:
لا تدع الفشل يؤثر على أحلامك.

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