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لغة انجليزية: 1000 سؤال اختيارى للصف الثالث الثانوي "مراجعة متميزة"

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لغة انجليزية: 1000 سؤال اختيارى للصف الثالث الثانوي "مراجعة متميزة"

لغة انجليزية: 1000 سؤال اختيارى للصف الثالث الثانوي "مراجعة متميزة" 022225
لطلاب ثانوية عامة ,, مراجعة نهائية لغة انجليزية
1000 سؤال اختيارى
Choose the correct answer:
1. In my country, it's the (law – custom – rule – regulation) for women to get married in white.
2. His collection of short stories (beat – gained – earned – won) an important prize.
3. I was in a hurry and I forgot to (approach – catch – attach – coach) an important document.
4. Magdi Yacoub was one of the first heart transplant (engineers – mountaineers – pioneers – volunteers).
5. My sister loves clothes and buys very (changeable – believable – fashionable – comparable) dresses.
6. The flight attendant welcomed us (aboard – abroad – broad – broaden).
7. My parents gave me a (coronation – competition – recommendation – collection) of modern short stories for my birthday.
8. All people must (obey – break – destroy – damage) the law.
9. A (biologist – beginner – pioneer – bystander) is one of the first people to do something that others will continue.
10. The government has promised to provide more money to help (homeless – homes – the homeless – home).
11. Some people believe that (experiments – experience – experiences – examples) on animals should be banned.
12. I had several bad (experiences – experience – experiments – extensions) during my last trip.
13. Hany has (earned – won – gained – beaten) a lot of weight recently.
14. Brazil (earns – wins – pays – buys) millions of pounds a year from coffee exports.
15. Which team do you (export – import – support – report)?
16. It's difficult for a small supermarket to (compete – impede – complete – correct) with the big supermarkets.
17. This book is a work of (infection – perfection – fiction – affection) and not intended as a historical account.
18. His first short story (appointed – posted – allowed – established) him as one of the great short story writers of the Arab world.
19. At her father's (absence – insistence – conscience – consequence), Sally has been moved into a new class.
20. It is (custom – customary – dietary – elementary) to give people gifts on their birthday.
21. He graduated (at – on – in – of) law at Cairo university.
22. The instructions are terribly (accusing – diagnosing – possessing – confusing). Could you help me with them, please?
23. Yehia Haqqi was one of the pioneers of modern Egyptian (literary – letters – literature – features).
24. Yehia Haqqi is still thought of as the (father – first – mother – reader) of the modern short story and the novel in Egypt.
25. Yehia Haqqi was a strong (liar – believer – belief – reader) in the power of books.
26. Yehia Haqqi's novels were translated (about – for – at – into) many languages.
27. He worked (aboard – broad – abroad – award) for more than 20 years.

28. Haqqi is a writer of children's (friction – detection – infection – fiction).
29. My mother has a (belief – relief – brief – chief) that children learn best by playing games.
30. Ali's cousin is (disabled – ashamed – adapted – admired) and cannot walk very well.
31. Have you (done – made – acted – achieved) any arrangements for the holidays?
32. I can't come out because I've got to (achieve – make – do – act) the washing up.
33. In spite of the rain, he was (insistent – resistant – hesitant – competent) on going out.
34. Good (bacterial – dictatorial – secretarial – serial) skills should enhance your chances of getting a job.
35. I sent my friend an email with a photo as an (attached – attachment – attack – attractive).
36. Early black and white photos show people in (old-fashioned – ancient fashioned – new fashioned – fashionable) clothes.
37. The Sun is at its strongest at (midnight – midyear – dawn – midday).
38. My friend and I are going to enter an athletics (connection – combination – competition – compression). We all hope to win something.
39. Yehia Haqqi came from a poor (district – restrict – instinct – distinct) of Cairo.
40. I really enjoyed this book. It is written in a very simple (direction – position – style – location).
41. Ali (did – made – acted – achieved) a good job when he made that new table.
42. Kamal didn’t want to tidy his room before he went out, but his mother (told – ordered – insisted – said).
43. London has a/an (average – number – ability – water) of 55.7 mm of rain each year.
44. My grandmother has spent a lot of time reading since her (development – amazement – arrangement – retirement).
45. Not many people have read my cousin’s book because she could not find a (library – publisher – bookshop – bookseller).
46. Although Nawal has a (disability – disables – disabled – disable), she is very good at sports.
47. I have a ten (minutes – minute – minute's – minutes') break for something to eat at midday.
48. Haqqi’s first short story was (declared – published – advertised – come out) in 1925.
49. Haqqi’s story, The Postman, was (done – worked – played – made) into a film.
50. He (spoilt – did – developed – directed) a new style of writing which is respected today.
51. Using the computer for a long time (does – makes – works – gives) me a headache.
52. My daily (routine – habit – custom – way) starts when my alarm o’clock goes off at 6.30.
53. Ali (did – made – makes – does) a good job when he was working with us .
54. My (lawyer – doctor – nurse – secretary) types my new story onto the computer.
55. Professor Ali is giving a series سلسلة of (architecture – lectures – mixtures – creatures) on Einstein's theories. نظریات
56. Ali's grandfather was a doctor and later worked for the (ministry – section – country – industry) of health.
57. The teacher told us about the (worthlessness – importance – appearance – attendance) of revising before exams.
58. The tourist went on a (instructed – abducted – retreated – conducted) tour of Egypt, visiting all the ancient sites.
59. The history teacher (advanced – announced – influenced – balanced) my decision to become a teacher, too.

60. A week-old moon has the shape of a (semi-circle – semi-final – rectangle – triangle).
61. Shakespeare's plays have been very (influential – confidential – impartial – potential); many writers have used his stories.
62. The head teacher believes that (discipline – indifference – violence – noise) is very important in the classroom.
63. To (silence – defend – assist – rob) someone is to make them stop giving their opinions.
64. To (boil – foil – toil – spoil) children is to make them do whatever they want, with the result that they behave badly.
65. The word '(friendly – cowardly – fatherly – silly)' describes behaviour that is typical of a kind or concerned father.
66. A (layer – lawyer – destroyer – prayer) is one of several levels of different materials that are on top of each other.
67. My boss is very (strict – abstract – constrict – construct). He doesn’t allow anyone to leave before the job is done.
68. A (serious – cautious – conscientious – nutritious) person is someone who is quiet and does not often laugh.
69. A/An (abstract – direct – strict – exact) person is someone who makes sure that people always obey rules and does not let people behave badly.
70. Phone me after school and we can have a (chat – chart – scratch – check) about the weekend.
71. Let's play a game in the (brake – shake – break – steak) between lessons.
72. The tourist sat by the pool and (raced – faced – financed – forced) the sun.
73. The teacher (dreamed – divided – founded – demanded) to know why I was late.
74. Her heart (attached – curved – ached – blamed) for the people who had died in the plane crash.
75. Mr. Youssef set up an (appreciation – aviation – association – station) to help children in 1968.
76. My mother had a strong (affluence – defiance – influence – innocence) on my early childhood.
77. Exercise can make a big (dependence – difference – conference – correspondence) to your state of health. الحالة الصحیة
78. People have translated his books into many languages, (computing – including – cooperating – adding) English and French.
79. Soldiers fight for the (humour – tumour – honour – labour) of their country.
80. She has all the (quantities – qualities – queries – quests ) to be a good doctor.
81. I (give – achieve – score – reach) myself goals and plan to achieve them.
82. Teachers must (inspire – respire – conspire – aspire) and encourage their students.
83. He decided to devote the (rest – reserve – resign – resort) of his life to scientific research.
84. (Cultural – Corporal – Capital – Coral) exchange is a way of connection between countries.
85. She complained of a/an (ache – headache – earache – toothache) in her shoulder which kept her awake at night.
86. He (pictured – lectured – captured – cultured) at the University of Cairo about biology.
87. Our teacher treats us in a fatherly (style – way – method – technique).
88. My father said that his teacher was very (serious – strict – fatherly – kind). My father couldn’t talk in his class.
89. The (command – expand – remark – demand) for gold this month is more than the supply.
90. The word “straight” is the opposite of (curved – curving – carved – curvature).

91. There was a thin (payer – buyer – player – layer) of oil on the surface of the water.
92. Leaving lights always on is a/an (stable – responsible – irresponsible – irritable) behaviour.
93. His stories were very (success – failure – failed – successful) and made him famous.
94. He won many (awards – cups – rewards – words) for his writing.
95. Abdel Tawab Youssef  died in 2015, (age – aging – aged- ages) 87 years.
96. Do you often (encourage – discourage – insult – spoil) your students to work hard?
97. My father said that his teacher (serious – smart – fatherly – disciplined) the class easily.
98. My father always encourages me to take (place – part – up – down) in conversations.
99. He studied (policy – politics – political – physical) science at university.
100. Many people have grown (down – up – in – on) reading the books of Abdel Tawab Youssef.

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