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. اللغة الإنجليزية (3ث) WB Exercises & Tests_Q




1- Respond to each of the following situations:
Units:
(1)
1. Someone says that space exploration is too expensive. You agree.
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2. Someone says that computers are a bad thing. You do not have the same opinion.
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3. One of your friends says he thinks walking in space would be very frightening. You think he's right.
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4. You hear someone say that all astronauts are very rich. You know this is not true.
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(2)
1. Your friend has joined a reading group. You want to know the number of people in the group.
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2. Someone tells you that Anthony Hope wrote The Prisoner of Zenda in three months. You are very surprised by this.
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3. You are told that Anthony Hope paid for the publication of his first novel himself. Express how you feel about this.
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4. Someone tells you that Anthony Hope wrote 37 works of fiction altogether. You are interested but not surprised by this.
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(3)
1. You are doing a survey about energy use in your town. You would like to ask someone some questions. Explain the situation.
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2. You want to know about a friend's energy-saving habits. What do you ask?
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3. You hear someone use a word you do not understand. The word is hydroelectric. What do you ask?
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4. Someone asks you how you usually travel to school every day. How do you reply?
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(4)
1. A friend asks for your opinion about modern novels.
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2. Someone asks you what you were doing at six o'clock yesterday evening.
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3. Someone asks you what you think the best thing is about short stories. Give your opinion.
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4. A friend asks you what you used to read when you were five.
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(5)
1. A friend asks for your advice about keeping fit. Advise him.
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2. You want some advice from a friend about how you can eat more healthily. What do you ask?
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3. A friend wants to meet new people, but he/she is very shy. Make a recommendation.
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4. Ask your teacher for advice about how to do well in the next English test.
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(8)
1. A friend asks you whether you would like to go somewhere together at the weekend.
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2. The same friend does not want to go to the beach, but suggests the swimming pool.
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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.
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4. The same friend suggests going to the cinema in your town tomorrow. You are not sure.
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(10)
1. A friend is looking worried. You want to know why. What do you ask?
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2. Someone asks if you had a good holiday. You enjoyed your holiday, but the weather was not very good. This was a disappointment.
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3. A friend asks what subject you would like to be better at.
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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.
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(12)
1. You would like to find out what music your friend likes. What do you ask?
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2. A friend asks you what sort of music you enjoy.
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3. You want to find out if your friend plays a musical instrument.
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4. A friend asks you whether there is any sort of music you don’t like.
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(15)
1. A friend asks you if you think people will read books in a hundred years time.
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2. In a conversation, a friend uses the word gadgets. You do not understand the word.
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3. A friend asks if you think people will have their own spaceships in 50 years.
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4. A friend uses the words travel and journey in the same sentence. You do not understand the different meanings of these two words.
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(16)
1. An interviewer asks if you would work some evenings during the week. You would be happy to do this.
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2. You want to be able to contact a person you have just met, but you do not have their details.
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3. Your friend is applying for a new job. This is a surprise and you ask him the reason.
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4. You want to know whether someone you are interviewing can drive.
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(18)
1. An educational adviser asks you what skills you would like to improve. You have never been very good at maths.
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2. Someone has asked you for educational advice. Find out what qualifications this person has.
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3. A friend wants to go back to education, but cannot leave home to go to university. Suggest a distance learning course.
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4. A friend suggests that you do an evening course to improve your English.
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Reviews:
(B)
1. A friend asks you your opinion about the importance of the rainforests. Say what you think.
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2. A friend who has never visited your country asks for your advice about places to see in Egypt.
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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.
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4. Someone asks what you think about films which have been made from books.
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(D)
1. A friend asks how you feel about an important English test you have next week.
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2. A friend asks you if you had a good weekend. You enjoyed the weekend, but you think you wasted a lot of time.
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3. One of your friends is very busy. You would like to help him or her.
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4. A friend asks you what kind of books you enjoy reading.
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(E)
1. A friend asks you why you enjoy sport. Name two reasons.
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2. Warn your friend who is about to cross the road, because there is a car coming very fast.
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3. Your brother is not working hard enough at school. You think he will get very low marks. Warn him.
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4. A friend asks you whether you think people will continue to explore space in the future.
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Practice Tests:
(1)
1. Someone says they think magazines are a waste of money. Disagree, giving a reason.
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2. A friend from England calls and asks about the weather. You see dark clouds in the sky.
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3. One of your friends watched a football match on TV and found it boring. You have a different opinion.
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4. You hear someone use a word you do not understand. The word is energy.
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(2)
1. A foreign friend wants to know how to make tea the Egyptian way. Tell him/her what to do first.
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2. Someone asks what you were doing at eight o'clock this morning.
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3. A friend asks you what you think about TV news programmes.
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4. A friend wants a job to help poor people. Advise him or her.
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(3)
1. You do not understand why it goes dark at night. Ask someone to explain it.
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2. A friend suggests that swimming is a good way to keep fit. State another way.
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3. A friend suggests that you join a squash club together. Suggest something else.
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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.
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(4)
1. Your brother looks worried. You want to know whether he has a problem.
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2. Your mother was very busy yesterday. You regret not helping her.
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3. An English friend asks you how you celebrate Sham El-Nessim.
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4. You forgot to thank a friend for a present he/she gave you.
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(5)
1. Your friend starts to cross a road when you see a car coming. Warn your friend.
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2. Someone asks if you think people will still have cars in 50 years.
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3. You hear the word magnet on the radio. Ask a friend what it means.
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4. A friend asks you why you have such an expensive mobile phone. You have two reasons.
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(6)
1. You are interviewing someone for a job. Find out about their qualifications and experience.
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2. Your friend looks like he/she hasn't been sleeping for days. Advise him/her.
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3. An interviewer has asked you why you have applied for a job in a particular company. Give reason.
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4. You do not understand what distance learning is. Ask a friend.
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2- Mention the place, the speakers and the language function:
Reviews:
(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?

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.

(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.

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.

(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.

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.


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.

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)
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!

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.

(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.

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.

(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.

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.

(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.

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.

(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.

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.

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B. Vocabulary and Structure


3- Choose the correct answer from a , b, c or d:
Reviews:
(A)
1. Millions of people watched the rocket ................ on TV.
a- start b- launch c- set off d- beginning
2. The medicine I'm taking is wonderful. It has no side ................ .
a- results b- damage c- effects d- problems
3. My brother and I are not twins, but we are very ................ .
a- alike b- same c- like d- correct
4. Coal and oil are two kinds of fossil ................ .
a- petrol b- gas c- energy d- fuels
5. Electricity is produced in alan ................ station.
a- bus b- railway c- power d- energy
6. I expect ................ you at the weekend.
a- I'm going to see b- I'll see c- I'm seeing d- is going to start
7. The film ................ at 7.30 this evening.
a- starts b- will start c- started d- l see
8. How ................ times have you seen that film?
a- many b- much c- lots d- different
9. The distance from here to Cairo ................ two kilometres.
a- are b- has been c- is d- is being
10. In some places, wood ............... to heat people's homes.
a- are burnt b- burns c- burnt d- is burnt

(B)
1. When I was at school I won a poetry writing ................ .
a- race b- article c- competition d- game
2. She sent me the report as an e-mail ................ .
a- attachment b- letter c- picture d- article
3. The little girl does not want to sing because she is ................ .
a- innocent b- secret c- spy d- shy
4. My favourite musical ................ is the piano.
a- player b- instrument c- tool d- equipment
5. The cover of my book is made of ................ .
a- glass b- rubber c- cardboard d- wood
6. We arrived half an hour late. The film ................ half an hour earlier.
a- began b- was beginning c- had begun d- has begun
7. Agatha Christie’s books ................ into more than 40 languages.
a- have been translated b- have translated
c- translated d- were being translated
8. The Romans ................ Petra nearly two thousand years ago.
a- have captured b- were captured c- captured d- had captured
9. Your train leaves in ten minutes. If you hurry, you ................ it.
a- catch b- will catch c- would catch d- are catching
10. If I am thirsty, ................ water.
a- I will drink b- I would drink c- I am drinking d- I drank


(C)
1. Too much sun can be ................ .
a- respectable b- harmful c- unthinkable d- in conflict
2. We ................ on the door three times, but they did not hear us.
a- visited b- called c- hit d- knocked
3. Nurses are part of the medical ................ .
a- profession b- work c- job d- career
4. I get on well with all my ................ at work, but they are not close friends.
a- people b- workers c- colleagues d- relatives
5. The accident ................ at eight o’clock when everyone was on their way to work.
a- occurred b- took c- came d- caused
6. They ................ left two hours ago, so they arrived by now. It is not far.
a- must b- must have c- have d- can’t have
7. No one is sure where Ali is, but we think he ................ gone to see his uncle.
a- must b- can’t have c- might have d- must have
8. She asked me whether ................ there before.
a- I had been b- I went c- I go d- had I been
9. If ................ for too long, I get a headache.
a- I’ll read b- I read c- I had read d- I would read
10. If you had come ten minutes later, I ................ .
a- would leave b- will leave c- leave d- would have left

(D)
1. I’m sorry, I didn’t ................ you. You look completely different.
a- see b- recognise c- realise d- position
2. Most secondary school teachers ................ in one or two subjects.
a- specialise b- work c- achieve d- concentrate
3. Experiments are used to test scientific ................ .
a- thoughts b- processes c- models d- theories
4. We’re ................ my brother’s birthday next weekend.
a- enjoying b- remembering c- celebrating d- developing
5. My favourite ................ when I play football is goalkeeper.
a- place b- point c- location d- position
6. I wish I ................ what I was doing at the weekend.
a- know b- have known c- knew d- was knowing
7. My sister wishes she ................ harder when she was at school.
a- had worked b- worked c- works d- has worked
8. The children were covered in sand when they got home. They ................ on the beach.
a- were playing b- have been playing c- played d- had been playing
9. By the time we arrived home, we ................ over 500 kilometres.
a- travelled b- had travelled c- have travelled d- are travelling
10. I expect ................ my driving test when I take it next year.
a- pass b- to pass c- passing d- to passing

(E)
1. My parents have always ................ me to keep fit by playing sports.
a- warned b- agreed c- encouraged d- argued
2. When you pass your test, you’ll get a driving ................ .
a- permission b- licence c- paper d- certificate
3. He does not want to live a ................ life. He would prefer excitement and adventure.
a- conventional b- daily c- interesting d- exciting
4. Their television ................ is very dirty.
a- window b- glass c- gadget d- screen
5. ................ books used to be very cheap.
a- Paper b- Paperback c- Cardboard d- Hard
6. Florence Nightingale, ................ was born in Italy, went to school in England.
a- which b- where c- that d- who
7. My uncle went to a school in London, ................ he learned to speak English well.
a- which b- where c- who d- that
8. I went to the bank this morning ................ I needed to take out some money.
a- so b- although c- because d- and
9. I’ve felt really tired today, ................ I went to bed early last night.
a- because b- so c- despite d- although
10. I hope that by the end of next week, our roof will have been ................ .
a- repair b- repairing c- repaired d- repairs

(F)
1. My cousin is very ................ . She loves meeting and talking to new people.
a- well-organised b- conscientious c- sociable d- ambitious
2. People understand what I’m saying when I speak Spanish, but I’m not ................ .
a- fluent b- ideal c- mature d- qualified
3. The girl tried to ................ me to lend her my phone, but I refused.
a- treat b- enrol c- provide d- persuade
4. One of the supermarkets in our town has 25 ................ .
a- employers b- employees c- applicants d- merchants
5. The school ................ every student with books, so you don’t have to buy any yourself.
a- gives b- trains c- provides d- lends
6. Aisha’s parents asked her ................ she had finished her homework.
a- weather b- where c- if d- to
7. My friend’s parents have invited me ................ on holiday with them next year.
a- for b- go c- going d- to go
8. Ali’s doctor advised ................ to stay at home if he was feeling ill.
a- he b- him c- it d- his
9. If it isn’t too hot tomorrow, I ................ go swimming.
a- should b- must c- can’t d- might
10. They ................ be at school by eight o’clock every day. School starts at eight.
a- have to b- should c- might d- can


Practice Tests:
(1)
1. This medicine is safe. There are no ................ .
a) top effects b) side effects c) leaks d) waste
2. I'm going to have lunch with friends tomorrow. We are ................ at the restaurant. at 12.30.
a) going to meet b) would meet c) will meet d) meet
3. The ................ between Cairo and my town is 650 kilometres.
a) district 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. In Britain children ................ secondary school from the age of 11.
a) go b) Intend c) share d) attend
6. Most furniture ................ from wood.
a) made b) is made c) make d) makes
7. Many people ................ vegetables in their gardens.
a) growing b) are grown c) grow d) is grown
8. In very hot weather, ice cream turns to ................ .
a) water b) soft c) liquid d) solid
9. We call oil and coal ................ fuels.
a) fossil b)old c) renewable d) waste
10. She ................ an archaeologist when she leaves university. That is her plan.
a) become b) will become c) am becoming d) is going to become
11. He is flying to London at the weekend. His flight ................ at 5.30 in the
morning.
a) leaving b) leaves c) left d) leave
12. We don't have ................ time. We'll have to hurry.
a) many b) some c) lot d) much
13. My friend and I look very different, but our personalities are ................ .
a) alike b) same c) common d) like
14. Six months ................ half a year.
a) are b) is c) be d) am
15. The walls of the ................ were built to protect the town.
a) pyramid b) mission c) castle d) house
16. I am writing ................ that my teacher asked for.
a) essay b) a essay c) the essay d) that essay

(2)
1. I expect I ................ you at the weekend.
a- am going to see b- am seeing c- I'll see d- see
2. After the accident, the doctor ................ her to check she was not injured.
a- examined b- looked at c- tested d- studied
3. Do you have ................ free time this afternoon?
a- a b- the c- many d- any
4. We went to the opening of a new school last week. It was a very interesting ................ .
a- occasion b- time c- view d- situation
5. Petrol …………… from oil.
a- made b- is made c- makes d- are made
6. Wind and wave power are typos of ................ energy.
a- new b- waste c- renewable d- cheap
7. When I was younger, I ................ go swimming every day.
a- usually b- used c- use d- used to
8. My sister ................ at university for three years. She comes home every weekend.
a- is b- has been c- is being d- had been

9. The police think he did it. He is the main ................ .
a- suspect b- pioneer c- publisher d- agent
10. I really enjoy reading Agatha Christie novels. I particularly like her ................ .
a- way b- style c- system d- design
11. It ................ that air travel will become more popular in the future.
a- is thought b- was thought c- thought d- thinks
12. He did nothing wrong. He's ................ .
a- suspect b- guilty c- innocent d- sensible
13. If he doesn't get eight hours sleep every night, he ................ really tired the next day.
a- will feel b- feels c- would feel d- is feeling
14. If I have any free time tomorrow, ................ for a walk in the park.
a- I went b- I go c- I'd go d- I'll go
15. The piano is our favourite musical ................ .
a- tool b- instrument c- equipment d- device
16. Her uncle can't remember his accident. The doctor thinks he may have ................ .
a- a headache b- phobia c- amnesia d- injury

(3)
1. Don't worry. I'm sure ............... them again soon.
a- you see b- you're seeing c- you'll see d- you're going to see
2. Wanting friends is part of human ............... .
a- nature b- conflict c- will d- life
3. They have just received this photo as an e-mail ............... .
a- post b- attachment c- letter d- part
4. Lightning is a dangerous but natural ............... .
a- sight b- response c- eclipse d- phenomenon
5. She didn't see her brother this morning. He ............... the flat very early.
a- must have left b- must leave c- can't have left d- can't leave
6. He left his glasses at school yesterday. I'm hoping someone ............... found them.
a- must have b- might have c- can't have d- can have
7. The quickest way for Sawsan to get to school is to ............... a train.
a- go b- bring c- come d- take
8. That plant has been ............... so that it gets lots of light.
a- explored b- raised c- positioned d- put

9. Taha's mother asked him where ............... .
a- he had been b- had he been c- has he been d- he has been
10. She promised she ............... me as soon as the plane landed.
a- will phone b- phoned c- would phone d- phones
11. Is that someone ............... on our door? I'll see who it is.
a- hitting b- knocking c- smashing d- beating
12. Their uncle is a scientist. He's ............... research into new forms of energy.
a- making b- taking c- getting d- doing
13. If you ............... earlier, you wouldn't have missed your train.
a- had left b- leave c- would have left d- left
14. ............... you work harder, you'll fail your exam.
a- If b- Unless c- When d- As
15. I'm hot today. How about ............... to the beach?
a- gone b- going c- went d- go
16. Accidents ............... more frequently when the roads are busy.
a- take part b- come in c- cause d- occur

(4)
1. You'll have to hurry. Your lesson ................ in half an hour.
a) is going to start b) starts
c) will start d) start
2. That tower is one of the town's most famous ................ .
a) landmarks b) marks c) events d) products
3. I'd like to get a job in the medical ................ .
a) work b) career c) occupation d) profession
4. I wish I ................ where I left my jacket.
a) know b) had known c) knew d) could know
5. Heba wishes she ................ all her money at the weekend.
a) didn't spend b) doesn't spend c) hasn't spent d) hadn't spent
6. My brother ................ his ambition when he became a doctor.
a) achieved b) won c) got d) made
7. After the storm, there was a huge ................ of water on the roads.
a) floods b) number c) amount d) lot
8. Sara felt ill all night because she ................ too much the day before.
a) had eaten b) was eating c) eats d) has eaten


9. Hamdi was very tired yesterday evening because he ................ for a school test all day.
a) has revised b) had been revising
c) revised d) revising
10. I really ................ to very loud music in public places.
a) disagree b) argue c) can't stand d) object
11. Ahmed's friends didn't ................ him when he returned from a year abroad. He looked so different.
a) recognize b) remember c) see d) look
12. My friend suggested ................ for a picnic in the park.
a) go b) to go c) going d) goes
13. We're planning ................ to Europe for our holiday next year.
a) f1ying b) to fly c) fly d) to flying
14. In some countries, people ................ the end of the year on December 31st.
a) enjoy b) celebrate c) have fun d) party
15. In our town, there are musicians who play ................ music.
a) tradition b) national c) folk d) historical
16. Whose ................ is it to make sure children arrive safely at school?
a) responsible b) responsibility c) response d) respond

(5)
1. Five pounds ................ a lot for a cup of coffee.
a) are b) cost c) pay d) is
2. In some countries, people use a passport instead of ................ card.
a) an identity b) a personal c) a national d) an individual
3. Sayed ................ the train. He was at the station half an hour before the train left.
a) can't miss b) can't have missed
c) must have missed d) didn't miss
4. My friend advised me to see a doctor. I wish I ................ her advice now.
a) took b) take c) had taken d) have taken
5. Did they ever discover the ................ of the fire?
a) reason b) purpose c) explanation d) cause
6. My sister promised ................ me after school this afternoon.
a) meeting b) to meet c) met d) meet
7. I've just finished a novel ................ the main character is an 80-year-old man.
a) which b) in which c) who d) whose
8. Have you heard? They've discovered a/an ................ new treatment for flu.
a) effective b) useless c) real d) cruel
9. She ................ sport as a very important part of her life.
a) thinks b) believes c) regards d) looks
10. On ................ that he had passed his driving test, Taha was very happy.
a) heard b) he heard c) to hear d) hearing
11. There was great ................ when our team won the football match.
a) procession b) imprisonment c) excitement d) attachment
12. He wasn't getting enough exercise, ................ he joined a sports club.
a) because b) although c) and d) so
13. I've seen an interesting article on the internet which I have ................ onto my computer.
a) received b) done c) downloaded d) written
14. By this time next week, the exam results will ................ .
a) have been published b) have published
c) publish d) be publishing
15. I like that photograph on your computer ................ .
a) glass b) screen c) film d) front
16. Nader is really ................ about all kinds of sport. He loves playing and watching it.
a) interested b) active c) enthusiastic d) keen

(6)
1. In some modern homes, water ................ by energy from the sun.
a) are heated b) heat c) is heated d) is heating
2. My daily ................ starts when my alarm clock goes off at 6.30.
a) routine b) habit c) custom d) way
3. There's water all over the floor. Someone ................ to turn off the shower.
a) must forget b) must have forgotten
c) can't have forgotten d) can have forgotten
4. Her parents ................ have meetings with the teachers at her school.
a) totally b) gradually c) slowly d) regularly
5. My brother and I have just had a phone conversation ................ we discussed our holiday plans
a) which b) in which c) what d) to which
6. At the weekend, my aunt asked me what I ................ since we last met.
a) did b) was doing c) have done d) had been doing

7. Teachers are always encouraging their students to be ................ and hard-working.
a) conventional b) common c) confusing d) conscientious
8. He wanted to know whether anyone ................ the book he was reading.
a) had1seen b) has seen c) sees d)saw
9. My sister hasn't finished her course yet. She's still ................ .
a) a trainer b) an employee c )an employer d) a trainee
10. The best writers force their readers ................ about serious questions.
a) to think b) thinking c) thought d) think
11. A new supermarket in our town was opened by a well-known ................ yesterday.
a) celebrity b) famous c) character d) somebody
12. I think someone may have ................ today's newspaper by mistake.
a) wasted b) thrown c) refused d) thrown away
13. I really ................ phone my parents to tell them I'm going to be late home today.
a) need b) must c) can d) could
14. At her first school, she ................ to wear a blue uniform.
a) had b) must c) could d) has
15. He is thinking of ................ on a Business Studies course at the local college.
a) entering b) applying c) enrolling d) beginning
16. Pupils don't have to pay for their books. The school ................ them.
a) pays b) provides c) takes d) affords


4- Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
Units:
(2)
1. Five litres of petrol are enough for me to get to work.
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2. My five-year-old sister will start a school in September.
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3. The police is going to get new uniforms.
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4. Fifty degrees are a very high temperature.
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5. Athletics were my father’s favourite sport.
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(4)
1. Twenty million people saw the new film already.
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2. My parents use to live in a small flat in the city centre.
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3. Yesterday evening, we revised for our English test when all the lights went out.
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4. Our school was opening exactly 25 years ago today.
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5. She played the piano since the age of six and she still plays every day.
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(6)
1. If you leave now, you catch your train.
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2. Water will freeze if the temperature is zero or below.
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3. If you throw that stone, you break a window.
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4. If she trains hard, she wins next week’s race.
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5. If you’ll mix red and white, you get pink.
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(10)
1. I wish the school holidays are longer.
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2. If only I haven’t forgotten where I put my mobile phone.
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3. I’m really tired this morning. I wish I had sleep more last night.
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4. Ali wishes he can come to your party, but he’s not feeling well.
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5. I wish I didn’t lent her my dictionary. She’s taken it home with her.
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(12)
1. He hopes winning a prize for his school work to win.
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2. I regret to go to the cinema. It was not a very good film.
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3. She offered taking me to the station in her car.
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4. We’ve just finished to watch a TV programme about Egyptian history.
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5. We’ve arranged picking my brother up from the airport.
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6. Their teacher agreed helping them find an English pen friend.
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Reviews:
(A)
1. I've decided that I am doing more exercise in the future.
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2. It's a really good film. I'm sure you enjoy it.
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3. Thirty kilometres are a long way to walk in hot weather
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4. Millions of cars produce by Japanese companies every year
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5. In many countries, children take the right to go to school until the age of 16.
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6. Electricity is produced in energy stations .
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(B)
1. My father loves his job. He worked for the same company for 20 years.
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2. When I was younger, I use to want to be a pilot.
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3. If you kick the ball too hard, you break that window.
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4. The Mousetrap written by Agatha Christie.
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5. Travelling by plane sometimes makes me a headache.
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6. The street where I live is only three metres width.
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(C)
1. I’m not sure how well I did in the test at school today, but I think I might pass.
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2. You can’t have been very thirsty. There’s no orange juice left in the bottle.
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3. I asked him where had he been all morning.
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4. If it had been too hot, we wouldn’t go to the beach.
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5. What about go shopping this afternoon?
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6. How in earth is it possible to irrigate the desert?
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(D)
1. It was nearly midnight by the time he has finished his homework last night.
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2. She is very hungry when the rescue team found her. She had eaten nothing for nearly three days.
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3. If only they write more quickly.
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4. I wish there is something I could do to keep fit.
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5. She has decided studying medicine when she goes to university.
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6. My sister suggested to go to the zoo at the weekend.
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(E)
1. Queen Victoria, who husband Albert died in 1861, lived until 1901.
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2. The town which I was born is in the northeast of the country.
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3. Mustafa was happy despite he came third in the race.
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4. On hear the good news, Eman phoned her parents.
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5. We won’t be tell the results of the test until the day after tomorrow.
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6. Scientists believe that by 2020, a replacement for oil will have found.
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(F)
1. My friend asked me if had I enjoyed reading the book she had lent me.
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2. Parents often warn their children to not cross the road without looking.
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3. I don’t expect them arriving yet. They’re often late.
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4. You can buying clothes in some supermarkets now.
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5. If you couldn’t see what you want in a shop, you should ask an assistant.
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6. You must to remember to post this letter. It’s very important.
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Practice Tests:
(1)
1. She's going meet her sister in town.
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2. I fixed the lake in the petrol tank.
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3. How many time do I need to drive to the city centre?
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4. Oil and gas are find under the ground.
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5. Water is the solid form of ice .
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6. The married team went to Italy on their honeymoon.
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(2)
1. I need to get fit, so I've made a decision. I do more exercise.
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2. "The Prisoner of Zenda" was wrote by Anthony Hope.
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3. We moved to this house two years ago today, so we lived here for exactly two years.
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4. Before I entered the university, I had to show my credit card.
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5. If you heat water, it melts.
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6. Ra'fat EI-Haggan and Goma'a EI-Shawwan were very famous Egyptian kings.
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(3)
1. Let's try to find them. They can't have went very far.
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2. Teachers and supervisors belong to the teaching confession.
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3. He asked me if saw his newspaper.
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4. The statue of Ramses is a very important Ancient Egyptian magnet.
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5. People can waste lots of money by using the underground.
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6. The accident wouldn't happen if he hadn't been using his mobile phone.
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(4)
1. I want to make some sandwiches. Have we got a bread?
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2. Soha shouldn't eat too many sweets because she is chronic.
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3. I asked my mother whether had she seen my English book.
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4. Sylvia is on a low-fat diet because recently she's lost a lot of weight.
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5. She has always enjoyed to go to the theatre.
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6. Alfred Farag is a famous Egyptian playwrite.
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(5)
1. When I have nothing to do, I feel really boring.
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2. The person who's job is to clean the school is not here today. He's ill.
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3. When Umm Kalthoum died, thousands of people attended her wedding.
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4. You should reinvent paper, rather than throw it away.
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5. Some people believe that in the future, water will use as a fuel for cars.
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6. Despite he is 68, my grandfather is still working.
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(6)
1. I wish I can read more quickly.
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2. She asked her friend weather she had finished her homework.
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3. My parents have invited one of my friends stay for the weekend.
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4. When Wagdy was five years old, he was sting by a scorpion.
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5. I need to go to the university to buy some medicine.
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6. A civil servant is someone who works for the army.
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C. Reading


5 & 6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Reviews:
(A)
Thomas Edison
It is difficult to believe that less than a 150 years ago, we could not switch on lights in our homes when it went dark. People who wanted to work or study at night had to use gas or oil lights. Electric light bulbs were invented in 1879 by Thomas Edison, who also helped produce the system of getting electricity from where it was generated to where it was used. Edison was a very intelligent man, but when he was at school his teachers did not realise this. He had to leave school at the age of seven because he asked too many questions. His mother realized that he only asked questions because he was interested, so she educated him at home. The General Electric Company, which Edison started, still supplies most of the electricity in North America today.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What three forms of energy are referred to in the article?
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2. As well as light bulbs, what did Thomas Edison invent?
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3. Why did Edison have to leave school at the age of seven?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Which of the following is true?
a- Edison invented electricity.
b- Edison never went to school.
c- Edison was taught by one of his parents.
d- Edison is still the owner of The General Electric Company.
5. What does generate mean in the phrase generate electricity?
a- produce b- use c- invent d- find

(B)
More about trees
Trees have often been important in history. On a famous Greek island, there is a tree that is more than 12 metres in width. It is growing in exactly the same place as Hippocrates, the father of medicine, used to teach his pupils. And in another place and time, the English hero Robin Hood is believed to have hidden from his enemies in the branches of large trees. The English language uses many words connected with trees. You can talk about the branches of a bank or a shop and the trunk of the human body. And if someone has lived somewhere for a long time, you can say they have put down roots.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What does the phrase the father of medicine mean?
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2. Why did Robin Hood hide in trees?
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3. What is a branch of a bank?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What did Hippocrates do on the famous island?
a- He grew trees. b- He treated patients.
c- He taught pupils. d- He took medicine.
5. You say people have put down roots when they have
a- stayed in a place for a long time. b- lived near some trees.
c- moved house. d- just moved somewhere new.

(C)
A village in the mountains
When the people of a small island off the coast of Scotland woke up and looked out of their bedroom windows one morning, they were amazed. At the north end of their island, they saw mountains covered with snow and a village. The village consisted of a large building with smaller houses around it. The reason that the people were amazed was because none of these things had been there when they went to bed the night before. This strange sight remained all day, but then disappeared when the sun went down. Scientists believe that they had seen the mountains and village from another country, 800 kilometres to the north. Experts agreed that unusual weather and light had
probably caused this strange sight.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What did the people see when they looked out of their windows?
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2. When did the village disappear?
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3. What did scientists think they had seen?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. How did the people feel when they saw the village?
a- They were frightened. b- They were angry.
c- They were disappointed. d- They were very surprised.
5. How did the experts explain the sight?
a- They thought people had built a new village.
b- They said the islanders had not really seen anything unusual.
c- They thought it was caused by the weather.
d- They thought the village was made of snow.



(D)
The land of flowers
Since the early 1950s, more and more flowers have been grown in Holland. The country is now the main producer of flowers in Europe. Although the climate makes it easy to grow flowers outside for more than six months of the year, most flowers are grown in special glass houses, where the temperature can be controlled.
The quality of flowers grown in Holland is very high because most flower growers specialise in one or two types of plants. Twelve thousand different flowers and plants are grown in Holland, and every year new types are developed. Growers also share information with each other so that their businesses become more successful.
Most of the flowers grown in Holland are exported to other European countries. It is not unusual to see huge flower lorries from Holland in British towns and cities delivering flowers to shops and supermarkets.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. How long has flower growing been an important industry in Holland?
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2. Where are most flowers grown in Holland?
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3. How many different kinds of flowers and plants are grown in Holland?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Why are flowers from Holland of such high quality?
a- Because the climate in Holland is very good.
b- Because they are grown in glass houses.
c- Because the growers specialise.
d- Because growers share information with each other.
5. How are most flowers from Holland delivered to shops in other countries?
a- By road. b- By rail. c- By air. d- By post.

(E)
My love of books
As a child, I spent a lot of time reading. I borrowed books and I was given books as presents, but what I liked best was buying new books. l enjoyed being the first person to read a book, but I did not read a new book immediately. I examined it carefully and looked at the pictures.
Once I started to read a book, I could not stop. I bought so many books that my hobby started to become expensive. My parents told me to read more library books. I enjoyed the stories as much, but the library books were not so special. Then, one day, I found 20 pounds inside a library book. I took the book and the money back to the library and forgot about it.
A month later, the library phoned me. They had not found the owner of the money, so they gave it to me. You can probably guess how I spent the 20 pounds.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Where did the writer get books from when he was a child?
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2. What did he do before he read a book?
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3. Why was his hobby expensive?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Why did his parents tell him to read library books?
a- Library books were better.
b- Library books did not cost money.
c- The family lived near the library.
d- Library books were easier to read.
5. Why did the library give the writer the money that was in the book?
a- Because he had been honest.
b- Because it belonged to him.
c- Because they couldn’t find who it belonged to.
d- Because they knew he would spend it sensibly.

(F)
Anne Glass was very happy this week when she found out that she had been awarded a BA degree in History. At 84, she was London University’s oldest student; her professors said she was also one the most enthusiastic students they had ever taught.
“I had to leave school when I was 14,” Anne said. “My father died suddenly and I had to go out to work to help my mother pay the bills. I had four brothers and sisters younger than me and my father left us very little money. Later, when I had my own children, there was never enough time to continue my education, but when my children left home, I thought ‘Why not?’
I enrolled on evening classes and worked for the qualifications that all my school friends got at school. After that, my teacher suggested I should go to university and take a degree course. So, that’s what I did.”



A- Answer the following questions:
1. How old was the writer when she was awarded her degree?
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2. Why did she leave school when she was 14?
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3. Where did she get her first qualifications?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What did Anne’s university teachers think about her?
a- She was too old to study.
b- She was a very sociable person.
c- She was very interested in studying.
d- She was not very intelligent.
5. Why did Anne not study for a degree when she was younger?
a- She had to wait until her children were older.
b- She did not feel confident about studying again.
c- She did not want to study in the evening.
d- She could not decide what subject to study.


Practice Tests:
(1-1)
In the winter, many animals and birds travel hundreds of kilometres to places with a warmer climate and more food. This incredible journey takes place every year at about the same time. It is common to see birds sitting on walls or telephone wires waiting to travel the long distance between the places where they spend their summers and their winters.
Scientists do not know exactly how they find their way to and from their winter homes. It is thought that there are different ways, for example, using the sun and stars for navigation. Some people believe that birds depend on their senses, including their sense of smell, to help them find the way. Some animals and birds travel thousands of kilometres. Blue whales have been known to travel up to 20,000 kilometres.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Why do some birds and animals spend their winters and summers in different places?
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2. How do birds and animals use the sun and stars?
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3. What is surprising about the blue whale?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Why are the journeys birds and animals make incredible?
a) They take place at exactly the same time every year.
b) They are very long.
c) The birds and animals do not know where they are going.
d) They take place in winter.
5. Who does the word they refer to in the phrase they find their way?
a) scientists b) winter homes
c) birds and animals d) the sun and stars

(1-2)
The Girl Against the Jungle is the story of a girl who is flying to Brazil with her mother. Suddenly, there is a storm m and the plane crashes. The girl wakes up to find herself in the middle of a thick jungle. She is not badly injured, but there are parts of the plane around her and she discovers that she is the only survivor. She realises that it will be difficult for anyone to find her in the jungle, and she knows that if she stays where she is, she will die. Then she remembers some advice her father had given her many years before. He had said, “If you are lost in a jungle, you should find a river and follow it.” The next day, she sets off to find a river. After walking for seven days, she comes to a small town, where people look after her.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Where are the girl and her mother travelling to?
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2. Where does the plane crash?
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3. Where does the girl find herself after walking out of the jungle?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What is a survivor?
a- Someone who rescues people. b- Someone who does not die in an accident.
c- Someone who dies in a plane crash. d- Someone who gets lost in a forest.
5. How long does she walk for?
a- seven weeks b- a year c- a week d- seven hours


(2-1)
The Taj Mahal, which is outside the city of Agra in India, was built by the Emperor Shah Jahan. It is a tomb for his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Her body is buried under the building. The Taj Mahal was started in 1633 and took 22 years to build. Today, it is one of the most popular buildings in the world for tourists.
The Taj Mahal is built of white stone which is covered with beautiful designs. The highest part of the roof of the Taj Mahal is shaped like an onion. In front of the building is a lake. At night, in the light of the moon, you can see the Taj Mahal in this lake - it is a beautiful sight.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Who was Mumtaz Mahal?
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2. In what year did they finish building the Taj Mahal?
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3. Describe the Taj Mahal.
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Why was the Taj Mahal built?
a) in memory of Shah Jahan. b) to attract tourists.
c) in memory of Shah Jahan's wife d) as a castle.
5. Why can visitors sometimes see the Taj Mahal in the lake?
a) The water is like a mirror. b) The building is in the middle of a lake.
c) The Taj Mahal is on an island. d )The city is often flooded.

(2-2)
People suddenly started seeing the strange plants in their gardens last spring. No one had ever seen anything like them before, and no one knew where they had some from. At first Some people pulled them out and burned them because they thought they looked horrible
But most people left them where they were, without touching them. The next summer, people enjoyed the big purple-coloured flowers that the plants produced.
It Was not until August that people read in their newspapers the first reports that the plants could walk and run and even catch people and kill them. There is never much interesting news in August so people thought that journalists had made up these stories about waling plants to sell a few more newspapers and make money. Then in September, there was terrible news ……


A- Answer the following questions:
1. Why did some people destroy the plants?
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2. How were the plants dangerous to people?
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3. What did people think when they read the newspaper stories for the first time?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Where is this text from?
a- a newspaper b- a science fiction story
c- a detective story d- a book on gardening
5. What does them refer to in "the plants could walk and run and even catch people and kill them"?
a- the plants b- the journalists c- the newspapers d- the people

(3-1)
The Metro is the name of the underground railway system in Paris, the capital of France. The system has 16 lines and over 300 stations. Together, the lines are about 200 kilometres long. The Paris Metro is the second busiest underground system in Europe after Moscow, and carries about five million passengers everyday. It is said that in the centre of Paris, you are never more than 500 metres from a Metro station.
The first line on the Metro was opened on July 19, 1900. The system grew quickly, but stopped in 1914, at the beginning of the First World War. By the early 1920s, the central part of the system was finished, although in the 1930s some of the lines were made longer to carry commuters to and from the outskirts of Paris.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Which city has the busiest underground railway system in Europe?
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2. Why did work on the Metro stop in 1914?
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3. Why were some of the lines made longer in the 1930s?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. In what year were the first journeys made on the Paris Metro?
a- 1930 b- 1920 c- 1914 d- 1900

5. Who or what are commuters?
a- electrical goods b- school children
c- people who regularly travel to work d- university students

(3-2)
An old sailor visits the young Jim Hawkins and pays him to look out for his enemies. Jim escapes death when sailors come looking for the old man's secret papers. Jim finds the papers: among them is a map showing an island with buried treasure. Jim decides to look for the treasure and gets ready to sail. Unfortunately, his crew includes long John Silver, an evil man who also wants the treasure. Jim hears long John Silver's plan to attack his men and take over the ship. An exciting battle takes place. Jim escapes to the island, where he discovers Ben Gunn, an old man who has already found and hidden the treasure. At the end, long John Silver's men are beaten and Jim returns safely to the ship with the treasure.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Why does the old sailor give Jim Hawkins money?
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2. Why does everyone want the map that Jim finds?
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3. What did Ben Gunn do with the treasure after he found it?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What kind of text do you think this is?
a- a newspaper story b- part of a novel
c- a police report d- a letter
5. What does the word them refer to in the phrase "among them is a map"?
a- Long John Silver's men b- the old man's enemies
c- the secret papers d- the crew of the ship

(4-1)
II Polio is the name of Italy's most famous horse race. It has taken place in the main square of the city of Siena on 2nd July and 16th August every year for hundreds of years. Siena has 17 districts, each with its own flag. The people who live in these districts used to be enemies who, fought each other, and though there are no longer fights, each district is still very proud of its riders and hopes they will win the race. On the morning of the race, the horses and the riders can be seen walking through the city. People wear bright clothes and hold their district's flag. The horses have to run round the square three times and the race lasts around 90 seconds. The winner is not always the rider: a horse can win the race even if the rider falls off.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. Where does II Polio take place?
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2. How long does the race last?
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3. What do the people of Siena have in their hands when they watch the race?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. How many times a year does the race take place?
a) once b) twice c) three times d)seventeen times
5. What does the word (each) refer to in Siena has 17 districts, each with its own flag?
a) each rider b) each district c) each horse d) each race

(4-2)
Scientists are very important to our future. What kinds of problems can they help us to solve? Here are just a few of these. Scientists can help farmers to produce good quality food for the world growing population. They can also develop new crops which do not suffer from diseases. Scientists and engineers can work with car companies to produce cars and other vehicles which use fuel more efficiently. At the same time, research scientists are looking for new types of energy to replace oil and petrol. Other scientists, too, are doing research into new treatments for serious illnesses. But perhaps the most important work scientists are doing is to find ways of reducing global warming.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What is the main subject of this text?
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2. In what two ways are scientists helping farmers?
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3. How are scientists helping the medical profession?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Scientists are helping car companies by producing .............................. .
a) cheaper cars b) faster cars c) more efficient cars d) safer cars



5. What does these refer to in Here are just a few of these?
a) the scientists b) kinds of food c) the farmers d) the problems

(5-1)
On June 16, 1963, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space. She had been chosen from more than 400 others who applied. During her three-day flight, her rocket orbited the Earth 48 times. Valentina did tests on herself to find out how the experience affected women's minds and bodies. She reported that she felt ill for most of the time she was in space. Valentina Tereshkova was born in 1937 in the west of Russia. Her father worked as a tractor driver and her mother worked in a factory. She left school at the age of 16 and went to work in a factory. In her spare time, she enjoyed parachuting. After Valentina Tereshkova's space flight, it was 19 years before another Russian woman was sent into space. Today, Valentina is still a hero in Russia.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. How many women wanted to travel in space when Valentina applied for the job?
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2. What does "the experience" mean in "how the experience affected women's minds and bodies"?
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3. What was Valentina's hobby as a young woman?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. How old was Valentina when she went into space?
a) 16 b) 19 c) 26 d) 48
5. How did Valentina feel while she was in space?
a) comfortable b) happy c) tired d) not well

(5-2)
I have never been a fast reader. As a child, it took me two weeks to read a book that my friends could read in a few days. This worried my parents, so they took me for an eye test. The doctor said there was nothing wrong with my eyes' and, said he thought I was probably, lazy. This was very annoying, but I was pleased to know that I did not need to wear glasses. Now I am older, I understand my problem better. The truth is that I cannot concentrate on what I am reading if there is any noise around me, so, for example, I cannot read in dl room where people are talking or watching television. I sometimes read in bed where it is quiet, but If I am tired, I fall a sleep after a few minutes and forget what I have read the next day.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What is the writer's problem?
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2. What did the writer's parents do?
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3. Why is reading in bed not the answer to the writer's problems?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The doctor said that the problem was .............................. .
a) that he needed glasses. b) he had serious eye problems.
c) he was lazy. d) he found it difficult to concentrate.
5. What does the writer think caused the problem?
a) Noises make it difficult for him to read.
b) He does not like people watching television.
c) He is usually tired.
d) He is not interested in the books he reads.

(6-1)
Most students find university very different from school. One of the biggest differences is that university students are expected to manage their time themselves. Although staff will help, it is .the students' responsibility to be in the right place at the right time and to hand homework in on time. The way teaching is organised is also very different from school. At university, lecturers teach classes that may last two or three hours and can include 300-400 students. There are usually other smaller classes where students can discuss subjects they find difficult, and from time to time lecturers spend time with individual students, talking about work they have done. If students are not living at home while they are at university, there are many ordinary things they may have to do for themselves, such as cooking.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What two places does this passage compare?
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2. How many students can be)n a university class?
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3. Why are smaller groups sometimes necessary at university?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Who does "they" refer to in "talking about work they have done"?
a) lecturers b) classes c) students. d) subjects
5. What does the writer suggest students should be prepared to do when they go to university?
a) Be organised b) Read many books c) Find a job d) Discuss ideas

(6-2)
Ed Hannigan has a job which few people would want. Every week he falls off horses, he crashes cars and jumps from tall buildings. He has broken nearly every bone in his body and has been in hospital ten times. Ed works on films and television programmes, doing the dangerous things that make them exciting. His main work is to replace famous actors who don’t want to do dangerous things themselves. To do this kind of work, You need to be very fit has to be the same, height and weight as the actors he is replacing, and his hair and clothes also have to look exactly the same. Ed enjoys his work and does not worry about the danger "most thing I do are quite safe," he says.

A- Answer the following questions:
1. What kind of work does Ed do?
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2. Why do famous actors not want to do dangerous things?
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3. Why does Ed have to look like the actors he is replacing?
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B- Choose the best answer from a, b, c or d:
4. What does "them" refer to in "the dangerous things that make them exciting"?
a) the actors Ed replaces b) films and television programmes
c) the dangerous things d) the jobs Ed does
5. Which of these words describes the work Ed does?
a) popular b) healthy c) dangerous d) boring

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7- The Novel (The Mask of Gold):
A) Answer the following questions:
Practice Tests:
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1. Where had the girl been before she woke up in Cairo?
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2. What did she take with her on her trip?
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1. What job did the man sitting next to Leila on the plane say he did?
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2. What did Dr. Hafez think when Leila introduced him to Martin Lander?
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1. Why did Dr. Hafez keep looking round as he was talking to Leila on the plane?
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2. What did the Peruvian archaeologist, Ramon, find?
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1. What did Leila see in Quenco that worried her?
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2. How did Dr. Hafez know how long the skeleton had been in the tomb?
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1. Why did Dr. Hafez call the police?
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2. What did the police find among Leila's work clothes?
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1. How had Amalia's father lost all his money?
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2. How did Leila stop Martin Lander's plane from taking off?
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B) Complete the following sentences:
Practice Tests:
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1. 1 The girl was away from her home in Egypt for ……………… .
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2. The Incas did not have ……………… .
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1. Although Martin Lander has an American passport, he ……………………… .
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2. When Dr. Hafez met Leila at the airport, he asked her if ……………………… .
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1. Dr. Hafez told Leila that thieves sometimes …………………… .
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1. When Leila told Dr. Hafez what she had seen in Quenco, Dr. Hafez found it hard to believe that Amalia ………………… .
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2. The archaeologists thought the man whose skeleton they found in the tomb might ………………… .
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1. They knew the tomb was a king's tomb because they ………………… .
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2. Amalia put the little gold rabbit among Leila's clothes because ……………… .
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1. A helicopter came to ……… .
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2. Leila and Dr. Hafez discovered that the village in the mountains was ……… .
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C) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
Practice Tests:
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"You're going so far away," she sobbed.
1. Who said this, and who did she say it to?
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2. When and where did she say this?
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"I decided I didn't want to tell this man too much more. He spoke easily and confidently".
1. Why do you think Leila did not want to answer any more questions?
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2. What did the man do while she was sleeping later on the journey?
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"It's really quite deep. I can see some bones and some bits of pottery."
1. Where is the person who says this?
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2. What does he go on to say about the bones?
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"I thought I recognised the man you were talking to. I think I met him on the plane."
1. Who said this to whom?
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2. Who is the man they are talking about?
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"I was in complete darkness. It was not a nice feeling."
1. Where was Leila and why was she in complete darkness?
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2. How did she get out of this uncomfortable situation?
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"He told me how hard his life was, how little money he was paid. He told me he had a sick child and he needed to pay for medical expenses".
1. Who is Dr. Hafez talking about?
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2. What did this person do to get money?
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D. Writing


8- Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
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- A film you have enjoyed recently.
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- Something you wish you had or had not done in the past.
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Practice Tests:
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- What you think is the most important scientific discovery or invention of the last 50 years.
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8- Write a letter:
Practice Tests:
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- Write a letter to a friend telling him or her what you hope to do next year.
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OR:
8- Write an e-mail:
Practice Tests:
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- Write an e-mail to a friend describing a book you have recently read.
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- Write an e-mail to a friend describing where and when you most enjoy reading.
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9- Translation:
A) Translate into Arabic:
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Currently, the cost of a holiday in space is very high. But the more people want something, the cheaper it will become. So if you are interested, start saving now!
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If wood is heated, chemicals are produced which can be used to make medicines and some kinds of plastic. Wood products are also used in some types of ice cream.
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If you live in southern Europe or Africa, you know that the temperatures are higher and there is less rain than if you live in northern Europe or Canada. It is unusual for the weather forecast to surprise us.
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We now know that plants and trees make their own food. Their leaves are like factories producing everything they need, so that plants can change the energy from the sun into chemical energy.
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(E)
In the eighth century, Arab travellers who traded with China learned how to make paper. At first, paper was very expensive because it was made from cotton, but later it was produced from wood and so became much cheaper.
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(F)
To remain employable, individuals must be good at the jobs they are doing and predict what skills they may need in the future. In today’s world, lifelong learning helps people to get these skills.
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Practice Tests:
(1)
Everyone who has travelled in space has described the magical feeling of looking down on the Earth as it spins. It is impossible to go for a walk. However, you can do exercises.
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(2)
Yahia Haqqi was born in 1905 in the Sayyida Zeinab district of Cairo. He graduated in law and worked for a short time as a lawyer. In 1929, he began his career as a diplomat.
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(3)
Egypt has many amazing works of ancient and modern engineering. At the south of Aswan, for example, Abu Simbel is the site of two temples. These were carved into a cliff in about 1250 BCE.
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(4)
By the time Alexandre Dumas was 20, his mother had spent all her money. He then went to live in Paris. There he found work as a secretary to an old friend of his father.
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(5)
Every year, millions of trees are cut down to make new paper. Fortunately, the trees that give us the best wood for paper grow very quickly. Old paper can also be recycled.
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(6)
Thirty years ago, most university students believed that when they graduated, their education had finished. They expected to get a job and work for one employer. They would work in one place until they retired.
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B) Translate into English:
Reviews:
(A)
1. اثنا مليون جنيه مبلغ كبير من المال ، أليس كذلك؟
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2. في بعض الأماكن يستخدم قصب السكر في صناعة الوقود للسيارات ومركبات أخرى.
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(B)
1. عندما كان يوشك على الانتهاء من الرواية ، كان يفكر في الرواية القادمة.
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2. تم نشر كتبها في أكثر من مائة دولة حول العالم.
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(C)
1. كانت الرياح بالقطع شديدة خلال الليل ، أليس كذلك؟
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2. أحمد وعلا وعدونا أن يكونوا هنا غداً في الصباح الباكر.
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(D)
1. كانت مرهقة لأنها ظلت واقفة طوال اليوم في عملها.
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2. يؤسفنا أن نخبركم أن الاحتفالية لن تقام هذا العام.
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(E)
1. لايزال عملها مقدراً اليوم ، والذي أخذ جزءاً كبيراً من حياتها الشخصية.
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2. عندما استيقظت إيمان في الصباح الباكر ، رأت الجو ممطراً.
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(F)
1. سألتها عن الجامعة التي كانت تدرس بها.
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2. إذا كنت أريد أن ابدأ هذه السنة ، فعلى أن أتقدم بأوراقي قبل نهاية الأسبوع القادم.
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Practice Tests:
(1)
1. هل تطفئ الأنوار عندما تكون خارج الغرفة؟
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2. بعدما أنهت دراستها المدرسية التحقت بجامعة القاهرة.
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(2)
1. لو كنت قلقا عليك أن تسال والديك النصيحة.
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2. ما نوعية الأنشطة التي تحب أن تمارسها خلال نهاية الأسبوع؟
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(3)
1. عفواً ، هل يمكن ترشدني إلى أحسن طريق للوصول إلى المحطة؟
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2. الشمس قوية جدا وعليك ألا تنظر إليها مباشرةً.
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(4)
1. ليتنى استذكرت باجتهاد عندما كان الوقت متاحاً.
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2. ما نوعية الموسيقى التي تحب سماعها؟
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(5)
1. إذا لم تجتهد أكثر في دروسك سوف تفشل في الاختبار.
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2. اعتقد أن الناس سوف تستمر في قراءة الكتب من اجل المتعة.
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(6)
1. هل فكرت في الالتحاق بجامعة في الخارج بعد التخرج.
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2. كثرة المال لاتوفر بالضرورة حلولا للمشاكل.
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