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2- (WB كتاب الورك بوك) Find the mistake هناك جمل لها أكثر من طريقه للحل
1-When do you first meet your best friend? (do – did)
2-Do you worn a school uniform? ( worn - wear)
3-What are you doing at three o'clock yesterday afternoon? (are – were)
4-When did you started to learn English? (started - start)
5-What did you do since the weekend? ( did- have)
6-While his speech, the light went out. (While-During)
7-He just arrived at the party. (just arrived – has just arrived)
8-I'm not decorating my room yet. (I'm not decorating-I've not decorated)
9-Ayman lent a football from Osama. (lent – borrowed)
10-After finished the secondary school. He entered the university. (After- Having)
11-Having writing the letter, he put a stamp on it and took it to the post office. ( written )
12-I know him for 5 years. (know – have known)
13-It's ages since I have last gone to a football match. (have last gone – last went)
14-Hani bought those glasses last year, and is wearing them ever since. (has been wearing)
15-Jonathan Swift was born in Dublin, the larger city in Ireland, in 1667. (larger – largest)
16-Ireland belonged from Britain at that time. ( from – to )
17-Swift died on 1745, at the age of 78. ( on – in )
18-His most famous book was Gulliver's Travels, which were published in 1726. (were-was)
19-He also wrote other famous book, including A Modest Proposal. (book –books)
20-I like Gulliver's Travels, although Gulliver has exciting adventures. (although – because)
21-It is also very funny to reading about the small people of Lilliput. ( reading – read)
22-A next book I am going to read is A Modest Proposal. ( A next - The next )
23-In June 2006, I've visited my uncle in Australia. ( I've visited - I visited)
24-I've sent you an e-mail earlier this morning. ( I've sent - I sent )
25-When my father come home, I was finishing my homework. ( come – came )
26 I enjoy history, but I’m not so keen in geography. ( keen in – keen on)
27-Football players pass the ball to each other until one player can win a goal. (win - score)
28-Space scientists has to work in large, complex teams to send people into space. ( have)
29-Elephants and gorillas live in large family groups to bringing up their young. ( bring)
30-In a recent experience, scientists showed that birds can cooperate on complex jobs.(experiment)
31-The birds could see the food, but to get him into their cage, they had to pull pieces of string attached to the box. ( him – it )
32-Scientists found that they could successfully learn many pairs of birds to get their food in this way. (learn – teach )
33-Crete is the island in Mediterranean Sea and is a popular place with tourists. It is the largest Greek island. (the island - an island )
34-Japan is large group of islands in Pacific Ocean about 300 kilometres from a east coast of Russia. 125 million people live on islands. (a east - the east)
35- A capital of Australia is Canberra. ( A capital – The capital)
36-Why do you think the arrive of the adults changes the way the boys behaves? (the arrival)
37-A plane carries a group of boys crashes near an island. ( carries – carrying)
38-A good leader is someone is understanding and respected. ( who is understanding)
39-But then the boys start to have a disagree. ( a disagree – a disagreement )
40-Some boys believe there is a frighten animal on the island. (a frighten- a frightening)
41-That's least interesting book I've ever read. ( least – the least)
42-The most tall building in our city is the Central Bank. (The most tall - The tallest)
43-English is more easier to learn than Chinese. ( more easier- (much) easier)
44-When someone has climbed a big mountain like Everest, he feel fantastic. ( he – they)
45-What do you think are the main reasons of accidents on mountains. ( of – for )
46-We use How many with uncountable nouns. ( How many - How much )
47-This car factory does parts for cars and buses. ( does –makes / produces)
48-Have you ever meet a famous person? ( meet – met)
49-When you pay with money, you pay in credit. ( pay in credit-pay (in / by / with) cash)
50-I don't like meat. I prefers to eat fish. ( prefers – prefer)
51-Something that contains new and interesting ideas is traditional.( traditional-imaginative)
52-The children of our children are called our grandparents. (grandparents – grandchildren)
53-Ali is the faster runner in our school. ( the faster- the fastest)
54-I'd like to be the doctor when I'm older. ( the – a )
55-Mona jogs the internet for long hours every day. ( jogs – surfs )
56-Egypt, Greece and Italy are all on a Mediterranean Sea. ( a – the )
57-My father was a sailor in the army. ( army – navy)
58-The children in Lord of the Flies were kind to each other. ( kind – cruel )
59-How long are you been learning English? ( are – have )
60-What is the more enjoyable thing about learning English? ( the more - the most)
61-In the past, Egyptian children didn't used to learn English until they were 11 or 12 years old.(use)
62-People describe today's world as a local economy. ( a local - a global )
63-Diamond necklaces are cheap pieces of jewellery. ( cheap – expensive )
64-People who come third in a race win a gold medal. (gold – bronze)
65-My grandfather was a sailor in the army. ( army – navy)
66-I will lend you my calculator after I had done this sum. ( had done – do / have done)
67-What is your marry status? (marry – marital)
68-When we lost the match, we were in a light corner. ( light – tight)
69-Amgad is the best of the two students. (the best - the better)
70-The school building last year is going to collapse. ( last year - next year)
71-Chemical fertilizers are organic. (Chemical – Natural)
72-This is the girl who father is a farmer. ( who – whose )
73-They suffer from thirst, there is no food. (food – water)
74-He have been watching TV. ( have – has )
75-He never is late. (never is - is never)
76-He will help us, will he? ( will – won't )
77-Ashore means onto land by the side of the mountain. (the mountain – the sea)
78-Serious is the adjective of happiness. (Serious - happy)
79-After had reading, he slept. (had reading- reading)
80-A harpoon is a sharp wood used for hunting whales. (wood – metal)
81-We can go on a flight on a ship. (a ship – a plane)
82-The purpose in buildings is to protect people. ( in – of )
83-Insulating buildings keep out heat and cold. (Insulating – Insulated)
84-Buildings have sloped roofs. (sloped – sloping)
85-I mended the watch myself. (mended - repaired)
86-She dressed herself and went out. (dressed herself - dressed )
87-The patient is insulating from others. (insulating – isolated) 88-No one will visit him, will he? (will he - will they)
89-How long had you been wait to get on the bus? ( wait – waiting)
90-I had been having this car for five years before I sold it.(had been having- had had)
91-The result of the match is very disappointed. (disappointed – disappointing)
92-Shakespeare wrote a collect of poems. (collect – collection)
93-Moby Dick was an intelligence whale. ( Intelligence – intelligent)
94-If I found any money at school; I'll take it to one of the teachers. (found- find)
95-I'll tell you if I saw anything unusual. ( saw – see)
96-If you haven't taken those photos; I wouldn't have remembered our holiday. (hadn't)
97-When he heard the news, he was talkative. He said nothing. (talkative – silent)
98-I didn't understand the lecture. It was completely meaningful to me. (meaningless)
99-The President made an unexpected advertisement this morning. (announcement)
100-Don't worry for your exam. I'm sure you'll pass. (for – about)
101-I've lost one of my school books. Can you help me look at it? ( at – for )
102-Holidays in Egypt are popular for all kinds of tourists. (for – with )
103-They went dismissing while they were searching for the treasure. (missing)
104-A lot of people admire the nationalization of ancient Egypt. ( civilization)
105-Ibn Batuta was a famous Arab exploiter. ( exploiter – explorer)
106-Historical land is used for growing crops and keeping animals. (Historical – Fertile )
107-Egypt has very beautiful landslides. (landslides – landscapes)
108-A lot of tourists visit this place to enjoy the duty of nature. (duty – beauty)
109-It is knowing that people have lived in the desert. ( knowing – known)
110-They arrested at the airport last week. (arrested – were arrested)
111-He is operating on at the moment. ( is operating - is being operated)
112-You must to eat lots of fresh fruits because they're very good for you. (must to- must)
113-When I was born; my parents have been living in their flat for three years. (have – had)
114-You say it's very expensive to live in the city, and I don't agree. (and – but)
115-I hope I find myself a flat that's not too cheap so that I can afford it. (cheap- expensive)
116-Asia is the biggest country in the world. (country – continent)
117-We couldn't get into the car because our keys were opened inside.(opened- locked)
118-If the film hadn't been funny, I wouldn't laugh. (wouldn't laugh - wouldn't have laughed)
119-I enjoy history, but I'm not so keen in geography. (keen in - keen on)
120-My father's lost glasses was found in the garden. (was – were)
121-We will keep out of oil in twenty years. (keep out of - run out of)
122-The train's pilot asked for my train ticket. (pilot – conductor)
123-Two farmers ran out of the ambulance and carried my sick man in to the hospital. (paramedics)
124-You needn't take things that don't belong to you. (needn't - mustn’t / shouldn't)
125-Today, almost any information you need must be found on the internet. (must- can/ may)
126-When we arrived home, we saw that our lights have been left on. (have – had)
127-When a volcano disappears, it sends dust into the atmosphere. (disappears – erupts)
128-Ice at the Antarctic and the Arctic is freezing because of global warming. (melting)
129-Michael Crichton wrote a book about phonetic engineering. (phonetic – genetic)

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