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مذكرة شاملة انجليزي عاشر ف2 #2022

مذكرة شاملة انجليزي عاشر ف2 #2022

Power – The
alternatives

Fill in the spaces with words from the list:
(refining - fractional distillation - finite - entirely - fossil fuel)
1- Zambia is among the top five nations in terms of reserves, oil .................., and
production of copper.
2- The huge economic growth of the past 150 years has been built on .............namely,
oil and coal.
3- I admit it was ............................... my fault. You can’t blame anyone else.
4- ............................. is the separation of a liquid into its component parts, or
fractions

Set book

1. The use of oil and other fossil fuels is contributing to environmental damage
and global warming. Explain.

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- Fill in the spaces with the right word from the list:

( spoil – invisible – megawatts – resolved)
1. Bacteria are ................so you must use a microscope to be able to see them.
2. I'm sure these problems can be easily ............. if we discussed them calmly.
3. The oil spill ..................... five miles of coastline
4. Wave farms can produce huge amounts of .................of power.

Set Book

1. ? What are the main sources of alternative energy
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- Choose the correct word from a, b, c and d:
1. I didn’t ...........................see Adel but I've just heard his voice.
a. actually b. irreversible c. enjoyable d. quickly
2. Don’t plug in an electrical ....................... with wet hands.
a. smog b. appliance c. fog d. asthma
3. The............... of my car made me late for the meeting yesterday.
a. break into b. break in c. breakdown d. break out
4. To ............enough power for homes, we should have a lot of wind farms
built.
a. consult b. diminish c. procure d. generate
5. He wanted to know how long the drought .................
a. lasted b. spoiled c. resolved d. broke

Grammar
قاعدة إذا / لو الشرطية IF
🔸0 - IF بسيط مضارع present simple, ➡️ present simple بسيط مضارع

-وتسمى الصفرية وتدل على الحقائق سواء كانت علمية أو  شخصية

If we heat water, it boils. يغلي فإنه الماء سخن إذا
🔸1- IF بسيط مضارع present simple, ➡️ will + base form المصدر

-وتسمى الاولى وتدل على شرط يمكن حدوثه لانه في الحاضر

If you get up early, you will be at school on time.

إذا استيقظت مبكًرا ستكون في المدرسة في الوقت المحدد.

🔸2- IF بسيط ماضي past simple, ➡️ would + base form المصدر
-وتسمى الثانية وتدل على شرط لا يحتمل حدوثه في الحاضر وذلك من باب التخيل أو الافتراض فقط أو للنصيحة.

If I were you, I would study abroad. بالخارج لدرست مكانك كنت لو
If they sold their house, they would be rich.

🔸3- IF تام ماضي had + p.p. (V3), ➡️ would have + p.p.(V3)
-وتسمى الثالثة وتدل على شرط مستحيل حدوثه ألنه في الماضي وانتهى ولن يتغير. وذلك من باب التعبير عن الندم أو التخيل
في الماضي أو التمني.

If the player had played well, he would have won the game.

لو لعب اللاعب بشكل جيد لكان فاز بالمباراة.

 لانها منفيه (not ......if (= Unless

إذا لم وتحل محل إذا / لو ولكن مع حذف النفي

If you don’t leave now, I will call the police. (Use: Unless)
Unless you leave now, I will call the police.
1- If Ali (not eat) so much food at the party, he wouldn’t have become so ill.

(Correct the verb)

a- doesn’t eat
b- didn’t eat
c- hadn’t eaten
2- If I were a scientist, I (discover) cures for a lot of diseases. (Correct)
a- discovered
b- could discover
c- could have discovered
3- If Tom has time, he .................................. ( Complete)
a- will go out with his friends.
b- would go out with his friends.
c- would have gone out with his friends.
4- Adel didn't call the mechanic, so he didn't have his car repaired.
(Begin with: If )
a- If Adel didn't call the mechanic, he didn't have his car repaired.
b- If Adel had called the mechanic, he would have had his car repaired.
c- If Adel calls the mechanic, he will have his car repaired.
5- She didn’t do the work as she didn’t have enough time. (Use: If)
a- If she had had enough time, she would have done the work.
b- If she had had enough time, she wouldn’t have done the work.
c- If she hadn’t had enough time, she would have done the work.
6- If Ahmed hadn’t arrived on time, his bike would have been stolen.
(BW: Unless)
a- Unless Ahmed had arrived on time, his bike would have been stolen.
b- Unless Ahmed arrived on time, his bike wouldn’t have been stolen.
c- Unless Ahmed arrived on time, his bike would haven’t been stolen.
7- You get fat when you eat too much. (Use: If )
a- If you ate too much, you would get fat.
b- If you eat too much, you get fat.
c- If you had eaten too much, you would have got fat.

- Choose the most suitable answer from a, b, c and d:
1- If he succeeded, he ................. the university.
a- could have joined b- would join c- will join d- can join
2-You would meet them if you ..................... earlier.
a- come b- comes c- came d- coming
3- If I were a bird,............................. to other countries.
a- would have flown b- will fly c-would fly d- can fly
4- His teeth will become bad if he ............................ too much sweets.
a- had eaten b- eating c- eats d-ate
5- The neighbours ....................................... .if the dog keeps barking all night.
a- could complain b- will complain c- would complain d- complain

Language Functions
-What would you say in the following situations?
1- Your brother wants to improve his English-speaking skills.
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Lessons: 7+8

- Choose the correct word from a, b, c and d:
1- The .................... should invest more in modern technology to provide energy.
a. government b. motorist c. asthma d. congestion
2- Studies have linked lung disease, particularly ....................., with air pollution.
a. government b. motorist c. smog d. asthma
3- Yesterday, a ............. was stopped by the police for exceeding the speed limit.
a. government b. motorist c. asthma d. smog
4- You'd better .................. a financial adviser before you start a new company.
a. squander b. procure c. consult d. diminish

Set book
1. How can energy be saved at home?
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WRITING
Persuasive writing

A persuasive essay is used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus,
usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about
which you have an opinion or that you can make a clear argument about.
Some persuasive topics for practice:
1- Students should have less homework.
2- Country life is better than city life.
3- The rich should provide food for the poor.
4- Children should be required to read more.
5- All students should be given the opportunity to study abroad.
6- Cell phones should never be used while driving.
7- All schools should implement bullying awareness programs.
8-The school year should be shorter.
9-Kids under 15 shouldn't have Facebook pages.
10-Parents should talk to kids about drugs at a young age.
Useful Words and Phrases:
Phrases to Illustrate a Point or Introduce an Example:
For instance, for example, specifically, in particular, namely, such as, like, thus,
as an example, in the instance of, in other words, to illustrate
Phrases to Make Suggestions:
To this end, keeping this in mind, for this purpose, therefore
Phrases to Make Transition Between Information:
Also, furthermore, additionally, besides that, equally as important, similarly, likewise,
as a result, otherwise, however, firstly, secondly, finally
Phrases to Contrast Points:
On the other hand, nevertheless, despite, in spite of, yet, conversely, instead, by the
same token
Phrases for Conclusions and Summarizing:
With this in mind, as a result of, because of this, for this reason, so, due to, since,
finally, in short, in conclusion
• I’m sure that you can see that . . .
• What needs to be done is .../what we need to do is. . .
• I ask you to think about . . .
• I am writing in order to . . .
• Nevertheless, . . .
• On the other hand, . . .
• It has come to my attention that . . .
• If you move forward with . . .
• Obviously. . .
• Surely . . .

Writing

Scientists are looking for alternative sources of energy. Plan and write an
essay of 4 paragraphs (12 sentences – 140 words) persuading people around
you to use alternative sources of energy and to save energy used everywhere.

Outline

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READING COMPREHENSION

Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions that follow:
The idea of asking my son Tony, who is nine, to give up computers and electronic
games for a week was a tall order. Will he agree to come off the computer while I have
trouble getting him to leave it for few minutes? His first response when I broached the
subject was predictable enough. 'Why?' he said. I explained that the experiment was
meant to discover what he would do with his time instead. After a big argument, he
unwillingly accepted the idea.
I hated to confess Tony was spending up to six hours a day glued to the screen.
Every day, he loves to spend his time hopping between his handheld DS games console,
the computer and children's TV. Sure enough, a tough negotiation followed my proposal
that he finds something else to do with his time. He pleaded to be allowed children's TV.
I accepted, but for no more than 45 minutes each day.
My husband and I were both delighted at such a rapid change to his routine, but Tony
was still anxious that friends might not want to come over if they could not play
computer games. Yet, he needn't have troubled. At the bus stop he was invited to a
friend's for tea. When we mentioned our no-computer rule, the mother agreed and so the
boys played hide and seek. They surprisingly started being motivated enough to touch
some of the dusty magazines which were thrown in the attic.
We were struck by how relaxed and good-tempered Tony seemed. Freed from
computer games, he was more co-operative. Without his MP3, he was much chattier.
Although Tony was eager to get back to his computer, he readily agreed to some new
limits. There will be a ban on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays after school, and only
three hours allowed each day at weekends. In my experience, children prefer firm rules.
From a, b, c and d choose the correct answer: (8 x 10 = 80)
1- What does the text mainly deal with?
a- How a family has felt about their son’s misbehavior
b- How a family has managed to change their son’s study habits
c- How a family has convinced their son to be a computer wizard
d- How a family has helped their son overcome his computer games’ addiction

2- Which best defines the word “broached” as used in paragraph 1?
a- avoided a subject that caused anger
b- mentioned a subject that caused argument
c- dealt with a subject that caused satisfaction
d- started a subject that caused misunderstanding
3- What does the underlined pronoun “they” in paragraph 3 refer to?
a- friends
b- Computer games
c- I and my husband
d- Tony and his mother
4- What can be understood from paragraph 4?
a- Tony is irresponsibly back to computers
b- Tony is using his computer wisely
c- Tony has become a computer enemy
d- Tony is no longer fond of computers
5- According to paragraph 3, how was the attitude of the writer and her husband?
a- They didn’t care about their son’s habits
b- They were happy about their son’s new lifestyle
c- They were still anxious about their son’s situation
d- They were indifferent about their son’s relation with his friends
6- How did Tony become after quitting his MP3?
a- He liked to talk a lot in a friendly way
b- He decided to quit his computer for ever
c- He became more helpful and cooperative
d- He became more aggressive and unfriendly
7- Which of the following statements is TRUE?
a- Tom lost his friends as a result of his parents’ experiment
b- Tom’s mother was flexible while carrying out her the experiment
c- In spite of his addiction, Tom was interested in reading magazines
d- The purpose of the mother’s experiment was to invest time effectively
8- What is the writer’s purpose in writing this passage?
a- Parents should control their children’s leisure time
b- Parents should encourage their children to be self-reliant
c- Tony accepted his parents’ experience without discussion
d- Parents should boost their children’s motivation for MP3s

Summary-making

Nowadays, most big companies have specialists on human resources that search for
profiles in these kinds of sites to recruit new workers. If you are looking for a job you
can create a profile and you might be recruited by a company. Another fact about these
sites is that they are the perfect spot to meet new people online. With the help of
advanced search tools you can find users who have the same interests you do, and that
can be the starting point of a great friendship. Moreover, people who feel shy to talk to
others can easily overcome their shyness by using social networking platforms and
establishing new contacts. Later, their face-to-face interaction with others will become
easier because they have already talked and interacted online. As for businessmen, these
sites offer the chance to promote their businesses by creating specific profiles that all the
users can visit and deal with. Thus, it is clear that these sites bear a lot of benefits for all
the Web users.
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the passage above in answer to the following question:
? What benefits can people get from social networks

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Energy

Energy is very important in our life. All modern aspects of life need
energy to run. We use electrical energy in our homes for cooking, heating and
TV.
There are different sources of energy, finite sources such as; oil, gas and
coal and renewable sources like solar, wind and waves power. There are many
disadvantages of finite sources of energy. For example, they cause pollution,
cost too much money and they will run out one day.
On the other hand, renewable sources of energy have many advantages.
They are infinite, clean and cheap power. We can save energy in many ways.
For example, we should not let all the lights or the A/C on if we don’t need
them. Furthermore, using buses instead of cars can save a lot of energy.
In short, we should work hard to find alternative ways of using natural
energy. If we want to keep having when we save energy, we save life for all of
us.

From a, b ,c and d choose the right answer :
1-Ahmed bought his wife a .......................... necklace. It’s very shiny.
a- shock b-gold-coated c-windscreen d– nanoshell
2-The surgeon planted a ...................in the patient’s body to cure him.
a- satnav b– nanoshell c- shock d– spot
3-The patient is suffering from a .........................in the lungs.
a- tumour b- reputation c– implement d- nanoshell
4- They are going to............................the decor of their house.
a- trespass b-instigate c-innovate d-draw

Set Book

1 - From a, b ,c and d choose the right answer :
1-Ahmed bought his wife a .......................... necklace. It’s very shiny.
a- shock b-gold-coated c-windscreen d– nanoshell
2-The surgeon planted a ...................in the patient’s body to cure him.
a- satnav b– nanoshell c- shock d– spot
3-The patient is suffering from a .........................in the lungs.
a- tumour b- reputation c– implement d- nanoshell
4- They are going to............................the decor of their house.
a- trespass b-instigate c-innovate d-draw

Set Book

1 - ? What are the advantages and disadvantages of new inventions
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( obstacle - outlandish - implement - bio-fuel - suspension
1- Using ......................... will help to conserve petrol and reduce pollution.
2- He is working hard to overcome any ...................... at school.
3- That electronic car looked ......................... I would love to have one.
4-Toyota company wants to ......................... new technology to save energy.

Set Book

1- ? How do modern inventions make our life easier
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- Fill in the spaces with the correct word from the list:
(instigate - software - spot - reputation )

1. The government will ................................... new measures to solve unemployment.
2. Sony company has a worldwide ..................................for high quality products.
3- We don't know where to find the perfect ............................ for the next vacation.
4- You can also download ........................ to view documents from this page.

Must
Questions:
Do I have to get a new passport?
Negative forms:
You mustn't drive someone's car without asking them first.
We use must / mustn't to refer to the present and the future:
You must pay your university fees either today or tomorrow.
For some tenses we use the verb have to + base form.
Past simple:
I had to pay a large fine.
Present perfect:
He has had to go to the police station.
Use / Meaning
1-Must / mustn't is used for obligations that the speaker feels strongly about: إلزام

I must finish this letter before I go to bed. / You must wear a seat belt at all times.
2- We also use must / mustn't for strong advice or recommendations: توصية /  نصيحة قوية
You must see your doctor - you look terrible!
3- We use the negative, mustn't, to tell someone not to do something or to say that
 .wrong is something

نهي عن فعل شيء ما 

You mustn't steal. / You mustn't make a noise after midnight.
Note: We use mustn't or can't to refer to things people are not allowed to do:
You mustn't / can't eat in the library.  تعبير عن المحظورات لا يسمح بفعلها 
4 -For rules or laws, we normally use have to / don't have to, but if you personally agree
strongly with the rule or law, use must / mustn't: معها

للقوانين والقواعد اذا كنا متفقين معها
You must wear a school uniform. / You mustn't make a loud noise in public places.
You have to register with the police. / You don't have to pay for water in restaurants.
Should and Shouldn't
We use should and shouldn't to give advice or to talk about what we think is
right or wrong.

*تستخدم should للتعبير عن النصيحة أو للتعبير عن ما نعتقد انه صواب أو خطأ

( Should + infinitive )

You should go to the doctor.
You look tired. I think you should take a few days off.
I shouldn't worry if I were you. You have worked really hard.
I don't think you should go out so much.
- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d:
1-................................ you help me move this table, please?
a-Can b- Must c- Should d-Mustn’t
2- I ......................................... ride a bicycle at the age of four.
a-can b- could c- should d-mustn’t
3-They................................... speak loudly in the library.
a-can b- could c- should d-mustn’t
4-He .......................................... be more polite in order to have more friends.
a-can b- could c- should d-mustn’t
5- I .............. both speak & write English when I was 6 years old.
a. should b. can c. could d. must
6- They have been working on their project all day. They .......... be tired.
a. should b. can’t c. couldn’t d. must
7- She wishes she ................. how to speak German.
a. learnt b. learns c. doesn't learn d. hadn't learnt
8- I wish I .............. them the truth last night.
a. won't tell b. told c. didn't tell d. had told

- لها حالتين: التمني في الحاضر والماضي.

عند التمني في الحاضر نتبعها بفعل ماضي wish- 1
We use wish + the past simple tense of the verb to express that we want a situation in the
present (or future) to be different:
I wish I were in London now. I wish I could go to the party
tonight.
I wish I spoke Italian. (I don't speak Italian.)
I wish I had a big car. (I don't have a big car.)
عند التمني في الماضي نتبعها بفعل في الماضي التام wish- 2
We use wish + the past perfect tense of the verb to express a regret, or that we want a
situation in the past to be different:
I wish I had gone to the party yesterday.
I wish I hadn't eaten so much. (I ate a lot.)
I wish they'd come on holiday with us. (They didn't come on holiday with us.)
1- I don't have a car. (Use: wish)
a- I wish I have a car.
b- I wish I had a car.
c- I wish I has a car.
2- When I was at school I ate a lot of sweets, now I have bad teeth. (Use: wish)
a- I wish I hadn’t eaten so many sweets when I was younger.
b- I wish I had eaten so many sweets when I was younger.
c- I wish I have eaten so many sweets when I was younger.
3- I wish I (join) .................. a swimming club when I was young. (Correct)
a- joining
b- joins
c- had joined
4- I wish I (be) ............. wealthy to help all poor people in my country. (Correct)
a- am
b- will
c- were

- Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words:
( anniversary – recharge - remind - transmit – torso )
1. These photos.................me of my graduation party.
2. Jamal and Hana celebrated their twentieth wedding ......................... in June.
3. This device is made to..................wireless signal to all the computers at
home.
4. I think the battery is empty. You'd better .............it.
Set book

1. " Smart Clothes" might help saving lives in the future. Discuss.
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What would you say in the following situations?
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Translate the following into good English:

أحمد: نحن محظوظون بامتالكنا أجهزة تقوم بالعمل الذي نكرهه مثل الغسيل والطهي .
علي: هذا صحيح، ولكن في غضون سنوات قليلة سوف تبدو هذه الاجهزة تقليدية مقارنة بالاشياء التي يعكف
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Writing
Write on the following topic: (Argumentative)
Have you ever imagined driving an environmentally friendly car that
runs on electricity?
Plan & write a report of 12 sentences ( 140 words ) for your school magazine
showing how cars that run on electricity are different from regular cars
and why they are better for the future.

Outline

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Reading Comprehension

Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions that
follow.
My favourite book has no author. It has no chapters and little text. Some would say
this book has no plot and no characters, but I know otherwise. This book reflects the
physical and political history of our world, covers hundreds of nations, thousands of ethnic
groups, and billions of people.
This book is the 1987 Rand McNally Universal World Atlas, a tall green volume
with a worn cover and loose binding. I loved almost all atlases, but what makes this
particular atlas so special is the impact it had on me as a young child. I remember
discovering it for the first time on a bookshelf in our house. When I opened it, I discovered
maps of every region and country in the world. I was surprised. I spent hours poring over
the pages of the atlas that first day. I wanted to know more about where I fit in the world.
As my interest in geography grew, I amassed a collection of atlases and other
books related to geography. My other favourite was a world factbook that had a small
dossier on each country. I remember discovering, much to my surprise, that various
country borders shown in the 1998 factbook were different from the ones in my 1987
atlas. My curiosity about these changes led me to begin reading history books, and I soon
learned the two fields complemented each other well.
I began to read newspapers, I read The Washington Post, The New York Times,
and The Economist. My interest in geography also stimulated my interest in languages.
After discovering that so many places had Spanish as their native tongue, I decided that
learning the language was a necessity. And when I read about the increasing economic
and political power of China in The Economist, I realized that knowledge of Mandarin
Chinese would be a valuable skill.
Ever since I was very young, I loved reading. I have read many powerful and
influential books that have helped shaped the way I look at the world, but none had been
more important than my first atlas. I still return to it regularly and imagine I always will.
A. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d:
1. What is the best title for the passage above?
a. Newspapers.
b. The History of Books.
c. My First Atlas.
d. Learning Languages.

2. The underlined word '' amassed'' in the 3

r d paragraph means.

a. collected
b. continued
c. arranged
d. painted
3. The underlined word “it” in the 2

nd paragraph refers to:

a. a bookshelf
b. this particular atlas
c. the impact it had on me
d. our house
4. Why did the writer think that learning Spanish is a necessity?
a. After discovering that so many places had Spanish as their native tongue.
b. To be able to read the Washington Post and The New York Times.
c. Because it’s a key to understand atlas and all the maps included in it.
d. To know about environmental changes and their effect on countries.
5. All of the following statements are True EXCEPT:
a. The borders of many countries had changed over time.
b. The writer's curiosity about history books led him to read atlases.
c. The writer discovered his first atlas on a bookshelf in his house.
d. His second favourite atlas was a factbook with dossier on each country.
6. What is the purpose of the writer in writing this passage.
a. Persuade readers to travel abroad and learn other languages.
b. Compare between two main school subjects; geography and arts.
c. Describe his early reading experience of atlas and how it affected his life.
d. Show the importance of reading fiction and non-fiction stories.
B. With reference to the passage, answer the following questions:
7. When did the writer realise that knowledge of Mandarin Chinese would be
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Summary Making

The tiger is the largest of all the cats. This wild mammal is found in some
remote forests and rainforests in East Asia. At present, the tiger is an endangered
species in the wild. There are many things we might do to save this animal. Tigers
would survive if we stopped cutting the rainforests where they live. Creating
natural reserves for this rare animal is another step that can help. Also, if
biologists took care of the existing tigers, they would protect them. And if we all
stopped illegal tiger trading, hunters wouldn’t kill them. If we took these actions,
the situation of this species would become better, and tigers wouldn’t be in danger
of extinction.
In a paragraph of FOUR sentences ONLY, summarise and paraphrase the
passage above in answer to the following question:

What can we do to save tigers from extinction?

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Technology and science

Technology and science are progressing rapidly nowadays. They have
made our life easier and more comfortable today. We have all the new
technology to communicate with anyone in the world instantly.
We have faster means of communication such as our mobile phones
and the internet. Someday, we may have flying cars. We will have some
kinds of medicine that cure- all. Moreover, we will have smart clothes that
will monitor our health and also will help also save lives.
On the other hand, technology has made us lazy and unfit. Children are
getting out of shape because of spending long hours playing computer games.
In addition, their studies have been negatively affected. Moreover, people
don’t visit each other as they used to before the invention of social media
applications.
Finally, we have advantages and disadvantages of the progress of
technology. So we can say that technology is a mixed blessing.

Money

- Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words:

( loan - confidentiality - barter - economics - insurance )
1. Ali graduated with a degree in ................. from Kuwait University.
2. It’s necessary to have car................... in case of traffic accidents.
3. People used to ............ goods before the invention of money.
4-You can always apply for a bank ...............at a low interest.

Set Book

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- From a, b, c or d choose the most suitable answer:
1. My brother and I are going to take part in a ...................................................organization.
a. hazardous b. bifocal c. legible d. charitable
2. They will ................................................a lot of money after their grandfather’s death.
a. inherit b. invest c. transmit d. resolve
3. He’s well known for being a/an ....................................businessman who likes to help the
poor.
a. sophisticated b. philanthropic c. invisible d. interpersonal

Set Book

- "Money makes the world go around." Do you agree or disagree? Justify your
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- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d:
1. The cost of this product is KWD 30 including.................
a. loan b. login c.shipping d. generosity
2. It is necessary to ................. to most websites using your e-mail.
a. shipping b. auction c. login d. tax
3. Drinks today are ................therefore, there’s no need to pay for them.
a. auction b. login c. complimentary d. tax

Grammar

(should/shouldn’t - must/mustn’t – have to/don’t have to )

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( Reported Speech )

Should and Shouldn't
We use should and shouldn't to give advice or to talk about what we think is
right or wrong.

*تستخدم should للتعبير عن النصيحة أو للتعبير عن ما نعتقد انه صواب أو خطأ

( Should + infinitive )

You should go to the doctor.
You look tired. I think you should take a few days off.
I shouldn't worry if I were you. You have worked really hard.
I don't think you should go out so much.
Must
You must pay your university fees either today or tomorrow.
Use / Meaning
1-It is used for obligations that the speaker feels strongly about: إلزام
I must finish this letter before I go to bed. / You must wear a seat belt at all times.
2- We also use must / mustn't for strong advice or recommendations: توصية / نصيحة قوية 
You must see your doctor - you look terrible!
3- We use mustn’t to tell someone not to do something or to say that
 .wrong is something

نهي عن فعل شيء خاطئ

You mustn't steal. / You mustn't make a noise after midnight.
Note: We use mustn't or can't to refer to things people are not allowed to do:

You mustn't / can't eat in the library. تعبر عن محظورات لا يسمح بفعلها 
We use the verb have to + base form. وتعني مجبر او مضطر اعمل شيء ما وليس اختياريا

Past simple:
في الماضي
I had to pay a large fine.
في المضارع التام :perfect Present

He has had to go to the police station.
نستخدم  don’t/ doesn’t have to للتعبير عن عدم وجود اضرار لفعل شيء 

-For rules or laws, we normally use have to / don't have to, but if you personally agree
strongly with the rule or law, use must / mustn't: 

للقوانين والقواعد اذا كنا متفقين معها 
You must wear a school uniform. / You mustn't make a loud noise in public places.
You have to register with the police. / You don't have to pay for water in restaurants.
A- From a, b, c and d choose the correct word:-
1. Salad and bread are complimentary. You ...................... pay for them.
a. must b. mustn’t c. don’t have to d. have to
2. You ..................... be more careful with your money.
a. mustn’t b. must c. has to d. shouldn’t
3. You ....................... drive anyone’s car without asking them first.
a. should b. mustn’t c. must d. have to
4. You .................... see the doctor – you look terrible.
a. don’t have to b. must c. shouldn’t d. mustn’t
5. You .................... go to work tomorrow. It’s not a holiday.
a. shouldn’t b. should c. have to d. mustn’t

Do as required between brackets:
1- “Where will you spend your summer vacation?”
a- My cousin asked me where I spent my summer vacation.
b- My cousin asked me where I would spend my summer vacation.
c- My cousin asked me where I had spent my summer vacation.
2- “Are you doing research on Coronavirus?’
a- The journalist asked the experts if they had been doing research on Coronavirus.
b- The journalist asked the experts if they had done research on Coronavirus.
c- The journalist asked the experts if they were doing research on Coronavirus.
3- " Where did you go yesterday?"
a- My friend wanted to know where I go the day before.
b- My friend wanted to know where I would go the day before.
c- My friend wanted to know where I had gone the day before.
4- “We will test the new vaccine next month.’
a- They said they would test the new vaccine the following month.
b- They said they tested the new vaccine the following month.
c- They said they had tested the new vaccine the following month.

5- The doctor said to me, “Don’t eat too much fast food.’
a- The doctor advised me don’t eat too much fast food.
b- The doctor advised me not to eat too much fast food.
c- The doctor advised me not to don’t eat too much fast food.

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a- he was sleeping only for two hours last night.
b- he had slept only for two hours the previous night.
c- he has slept only for two hours yesterday.

- Choose the best answer from a, b, c and d:
1. Money is a mixed-blessing as it brings about ......... ......as well as good.
a. affluent b. evil c. extinct d. complimentary
2. Many species have gone ....................... in the last 100 years. They no longer exist.
a. affluent b. evil c. extinct d. complimentary
3.To get .................. in any profession, two things are necessary, study and practice.
a. success b. profit c. generosity d. Tax
4. Arab people treat their guests warmly because they are known for their .................
a. success b. profit c. generosity d. tax
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Focus On

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- What would say in the following situations?
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Writing

Some people believe that money is the most important factor for achieving happiness.
However, others believe that happiness has nothing to do with money.
In four paragraphs, plan and write an essay (of 12 sentences), expressing
your opinion, persuading the readers that money has a vital role in achieving
happiness yet, there are other factors to consider as well.
(Your writing should include an introduction, two body paragraphs and a
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Reading Comprehension
Read the following passage, then answer the questions below:
La Tomatina is a food fight festival held on the last Wednesday of August each year in
the town of Bunol in Spain. Thousands of people make their way from all corners of the
world to fight in this 'World's Biggest Food Fight' during which crowds of people pelt
each other with tons of tomatoes in the streets. The origins of this mass tomato fight
dates back to a fight amongst children in 1945 and it has been celebrated every year
since then.
The tomato fight lasts for an hour, after which the whole town is covered with
tomato paste. After that, fire trucks with hoses move down to streets and people use the
hoses to remove the tomato paste from their bodies. At the same time, other participants
go to swimming pools to wash. After cleaning the town, streets become so clean due to
the hard work of the fire trucks.
Since 2013, the Tomatina festival is planned by selling tickets to guarantee the
better security and more fun for the attendants. In 2015, it is estimated that almost 145
tons of tomatoes were thrown. As with previous years, participants of many nationalities
are expected.
The city council follows a short list of instructions for the safety of the participants
and the festival. The tomatoes have to be squeezed before throwing to avoid injuries. No
other *projectiles except tomatoes are allowed. Participants have to make way for trucks
and Lorries. After the second shot indicative of ending the tomato throw, no tomatoes
should be thrown.
La Tomatina festival has inspired similar celebrations in other parts of the world.
Since 1982, in a town in Southern city of China, a tomato fight is held in October during
which they use up to 15 tons of tomatoes. In February 2011, the first version of the Great
Tomato War was held in Chile. It was a playful battle involving young people. In India,
the government refused to give a permission to host such a Tomatina event justifying
that tomato shouldn’t be wasted.
*projectiles = missiles (an object which is thrown as a target)
Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d :
1. The best title for the passage is:
a. Spanish Cities
b. Delicious Food
c. Tomato Fights
d. Attendants Security

2. The underlined word “mass” in the 1

st paragraph means:

a. huge
b. small
c. little
d. tall
3. The underlined word “their” in the 2

nd paragraph refers to:

a. streets
b. hoses
c. people
d. trucks
4. Which country of the following doesn’t celebrate La Tomatina?
a. China
b. India
c. Chile
d. Spain
5. According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?
a. Other participants go to swimming pools to wash.
b. The streets become so clean due to the hard work of the fire trucks.
c. The streets become so clean due to covering the town with tomato paste.
d. In India, the government refused to give a permission to host such a Tomatina
event.
6. The writer's purpose in writing this passage is to:
a. tell us how much tomatoes people eat in Spain.
b. show us that people cook much food in all Spanish cities.
c. show his opposition to people throwing each other with tons of tomatoes.
d. describe La Tomatina festival in Spain, its origin and influence on other countries.
From a, b and c choose the correct answer:
7. How has La Tomatina inspired other celebrations all over the world?
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Summary Making
Read the following text then do as required:
Some students fail because they are afraid of failing, of disappointing the
many anxious adults around them, whose limitless hopes and expectations for
them hang over their heads like a cloud. In addition, they are bored because the
things they are given in schools are so dull. One of the most important reasons
of students' failure is that they are confused because most of the torrent of
words that pours over them in school makes no sense. Furthermore, school
regulations might also affect their standards and cause them to fail. Finally, bad
companions are a fundamental reason of students' failure.
In a paragraph of FOUR sentences ONLY, summarise and paraphrase
the previous text in answer to the following question:

Why does the author believe that some students fail?
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Money Mixed Blessing المال

All of us know that in the modern world, money is very important to most people.
Everyone needs money and everyone would like to be more wealthy or rich than he is.
Most people need to work because they need to pay for food, clothes and a home
or place to live in. In the past people didn't have money to pay for the things they
bought. They used to barter things. Today we have, not only money but also other forms
of paying for the things we need. We can pay either by cash or by credit cards.
Some people believe that money is not always good. They say that money may
sometimes be corrupting and leads to greed. Some people may commit crimes to get
money. But good people work hard to get money. They also use money in good things.
Finally, They also help other people who need. It's truly said that money makes
the world go round

مدير البنك Manager Bank

It's my dream to become a bank manager. But when I think of it, I find out that it
is not as easy as some people may think. A good bank manager needs certain qualities to
be successful. A bank manager needs more than a university degree to be successful.
When we talk about him we should mention many different things. To be
successful, he needs to have good communication skills. He must be completely honest
and trustworthy. No one can deny that a bank manager should also be able to show
leadership. I mean to lead and direct his staff.
Moreover, He should also be able to motivate them when needed. As well as He
should have the ability to deal with urgent situations. No doubts that He should be able
to take decisions.
To sum up, I think I will enjoy working as a bank manager as long as I love my
work.

-Choose the right answer from a, b, c and d :
1 – My father ............................ me not to waste my time watching TV.
a – enjoined b – composed c – chuckled d – retired
2 – You have to do your best to regain your ..................after that incident.
a – injustice b – chuckle c – composure d – self- restraint
3 – Thanks to his ............, Mike is the kind of guy that everyone in school knows for
being dependable.
a – chuckle b – constancy c – injustice d – self-restraint
4 – We have to fight against poverty and ..................to have a safer world.
a – injustice b – chuckle c – composure d – self- restraint
5 – Jane’s ................ cost her losing her job. She treated her clients rudely.
a – gratefulness b – insolence c – self- restraint d – chuckle
6 – John exercised all his ............. and he kept quiet although he was insulted.
a – injustice b – chuckle c – composure d – self- restraint

Set book
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- Choose the right answer from a, b ,c and d :
1 – Mary ...........................gently when she heard the good news.
a – retired b – chuckled c – dropped d – touched
2 – My dream is to .......................and live in a villa in France.
a – retire b – chuckle c – drop d – touch
3- We should support our candidate .................to help him win in the elections.
a – carelessly b – crazily c – strangely d – firmly
4- The government prepared a powerful ................ to protect the long coast
line.
a – insolence b – fleet c – hopefully d –composure

Set Book
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Write what you would say in the following situations:
1. You are a hotel receptionist and someone wants to book a room.
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1 – Can I ........................ here for the new course?
a – register b – set off c – retire d – chuckle
2– We are going to ..................... for the trip at 3 a.m. tomorrow.
a – pick up b – drop c – cry d – set off
3– The police managed to stop drugs from being..................... across the
borders.
a – turned up b – smuggled c – touched down d – retired
4 –Fortunately, the plane ................ on time despite the sand storm.
a – picked up b – registered c – set off d – touched down
5 – What time did they finally .............? You must’ve waited for a long time.
a – turn up b – retire c – chuckle d – register

Fill in the spaces with phrasal verbs from the list :
checked in took off dropped off set off turned up picked up touched down
We (1) .................... for the airport at 7.30 a.m. in the morning. As soon as
we got to the airport, we (2) ............................ Forty-five minutes later, our plane (3)
........................ We (4) ..................... on time. Unfortunately nobody had (5)................. to
meet us at Madrid Airport, so we called a taxi. Ten minutes later, the taxi (6) .................
us ...... , drove us into the city and (7)................ right outside the hotel.

- Choose the most suitable answer from a, b, c and d:
1- She planned their trip to Greece very .............. She wanted to enjoy her holiday.
a- carefully b- careful c- more careful d- most careful
2- Jim painted the kitchen very .............. It would’ve been better if we hired a painter.
a- bad b- badly c- more bad d- most bad
3- She gave me a ...... ... ... ... ... look. She must’ve mistaken me for someone else.
a- carefully b- careful c- more careful d- most careful
4- She speaks very ...... ... ... ... ... . I can’t hear her well.
a- most quiet b- more quiet c- quietly d- quiet

Choose the correct answer from (a, b, c or d):
1- When I was a child I ..................... go swimming in the lake.
a- used to b- use to c- am used to d- was used to
2- In the army, I .............................. at six every morning.
a- get up b- used to get up c- am used to getting up d- getting up
3- People ............................. be aware of the benefits of technology in the past, but now
they are.
a) didn't use to
b) are used to
c) used to
d) use to
4- Our grand ancestors ................................. cook their food at home in the past.
a) use to
b) are using to
c) are used to
d) used to
5- I think people used to .......................... their time listening to the radio.
a) spend
b) spent
c) spending
d) have spent

- Fill in the spaces with the right word from the list:
(recuperate – overtake – stacks of – monotonous – emotive)
1- I tried to ............. a lorry on the road but I couldn't and had an accident.
2- Some people have ..............books but they don’t read that often.
3- The doctor says I have to rest for another week to ...................fully.
4- In spite of being..................., I had to listen to the story to find the truth.
5- Because of being an ............. actor, he succeeded to attract his fans.

Language Functions
- What you would say in the following situations:
1– Your friend is lazy and doesn’t like to study.
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Writing

It is said that the new media has killed the reading habits. Furthermore, the Internet
has become the oxygen for humans.
In not less than (12 sentences-140 words) plan and write an essay persuading readers
that reading is more important than following the new media.
(Your writing should include an introduction, two body paragraphs and a
conclusion)

Outline

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Reading comprehension
Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:
If you have been reading fairy stories, you may believe that all wolves are
harmful, and evil. They eat children, sheep and other small animals. They are
aggressive and won't stop until they get what they want. There really isn't
anything good to say about wolves. Or is there? Are wolves just misunderstood?
Wolves are actually nothing like the characters described in fairy stories.
While it is true that their diet consists of deer, rabbits, and other small animals,
wolves would never attack a child just for the sake of eating. Wolves have been
known to attack people when they threaten them. This happens only rarely.
Wolves are usually pretty shy animals. They stay within their own land and
protect their own pack(group).
Wolves are meat eaters, and they must hunt to get their food. They are
strong and fast and have sharp teeth. They use their sense of smell to find prey.
Wolves hunt in packs and chase their prey until it gets tired. They usually hunt
the weakest, slowest animal in a group. Wolves are not cruel; they are just good
hunters.
Some wolves, such as the red wolf, are near extinction. Their homes are
steadily disappearing as people spread their own homes further into the
wilderness. Wolves have also been hunted extensively. Ranchers and farmers
pose another threat to wolves. They become angry when wolves come onto
their property and eat their chickens and sheep. This is a serious problem,
because the farmers lose their animals, and the wolves get shot by the angry
farmers. No one wins in this battle.
Wolves are an important part of the balance of nature. They hunt weak
animals and help keep down the population of some animals such as deer. In
many countries, it is now against the law to hunt wolves. Many zoos and
scientists are working hard to protect wolves, because they understand just how
important and misunderstood they really are.
A- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d:
1. A suitable title for the passage is:
a) Wolves in the Jungle
b) Wolves in Fairy Stories
c) The Red Wolf
d) True Facts about Wolves

2. The underlined word "extinction" in paragraph 4 means:
a) disappearance
b) creation .
c) formation
d) installation
3. The underlined word "they" in paragraph 2 refers to:
a) characters
b) rabbits
c) wolves
d) stories
4. People think that wolves are:
a) harmful and aggressive
b) small and cute
c) cooperative and helpful
d) kind and friendly
5. According to the text, all the following sentences are TRUE except:
a) Wolves attack people in case of a threat
b) Wolves hunt animals for the sake of killing
c) Wolves are shy animals
d) Wolves prefer to hunt in groups
6. The purpose of the writer is to :
a) show wolves as pure aggressive animals
b) explain that wolves are skillful hunters
c) tell us that wolves are not aggressive by nature
d) inform us that wolves are strong, fast and have sharp teeth
With reference to the passage, answer the following questions:
7. How do wolves hunt?
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Summary making

In FOUR sentences, summarise and paraphrase the following passage in
answer to the following question: (4 x 15 = 60 Marks)
As drivers, we have a responsibility on the road. Responsibility here involves a few
things. It means that we must be careful on the road. Give way once in a while, be
courteous and you will find driving a more pleasant experience. It is also our
responsibility to ensure that our vehicles are in tip-top condition. Therefore, service your
vehicles regularly, at least once in every six months. While driving on the road, keep to
the speed limit all the time. It is also the duty of the police to organize road safety
campaigns to educate and raise awareness among road users about the dangers of
uncaring driving. Drivers who are caught breaking traffic rules should be punished or
fined severely.

"What are the best ways to limit road accidents"

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Storytelling and moral lessons

Our parents are our first teachers. They used to give us care, love, help
and advice. They used to tell us moral stories to benefit from them, especially
before going to bed. Each story teaches us a moral lesson and values directly
or indirectly.
As muslims, our Holy Quran is full of moral lessons and stories of
messengers and previous nations. These stories improve our imagination and
make us better people. Hence, we should follow the pieces of advice that are
in those moral stories. Those are the lessons told to us by wise men and
parents.
Moreover, we should teach such moral stories to our children as well.
This will help change future generations to be good citizens. We can choose
the right stories for each age group. This way they can get the lessons and
apply them.
Finally, each people have their own culture and moral stories.
Therefore, we should choose what suits our society, culture, and religion.

accidents Car حوادث السيارات

Car accidents are so dangerous because many people are involved in them.
A lot of them are killed or injured seriously while many cars are lost or
damaged. So, it is very important for us to learn how to use the roads
properly and safely.
As roads are very busy nowadays, we should be very careful when
crossing them. There are many causes of car accidents such as; over speed,
bad roads, careless drivers, bad cars and their mechanical problems. Another
cause of car accidents is not leaving enough space between cars while driving
on the roads. Moreover, using the mobile phones is an important reason for
car accidents today.
Then the question is, how could we avoid car accidents today? The
answer is by building good roads at first. Moreover, we should fasten our seat
belts and drive carefully. We shouldn't use mobile phones while driving and
we should follow the traffic rules.

Finally, remember that over speed is the fastest way to death. Use

your car wisely and be back home safely.

- Fill in the spaces with the right word from the list:

(asap - rearrange - unreliable - starvation - well-sealed)
1- The mechanic I gave my car to is ......................He made it worse.
2- Some countries in Africa suffer from.....................because of wars.
3- I have to.............my tasks for today. This way I would finish them faster.
4-The suitcase which is put in the luggage hall is................... Don’t worry.
5-You have to come to the meeting......................because it is so urgent.

Set Book
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- Choose the correct answer from a ,b, c and d:
1- You should always...................... your seatbelt for your safety.
a. Rearrange b. Fasten c. Knock off d. Reload
2- They were smuggling diamonds ................... across the borders when the
police arrested them.
a. illegally b. proudly c. bravely d. beautifully
3- Birds have the natural .................. to fly back to their homes from wherever
they are.
a. insolence b. border c. starvation d. instinct
4- Pigeons which can return back to their homes are called ................
pigeons.
a. dreadful b. sudden c. impromptu d. homing

Set Book

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- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d:
1- We must ensure that tourism develops in .............. with the environment.
a. alarm b. answer phone c. tutor d. harmony
2- My best friend didn't face any .................. in his job last year.
a. hassle b. answer phone c. alarm d. harmony
3- I'm too busy doing a research and I have to meet the .............. tomorrow.
a-starvation b-deadline c-harmony d-band

Do as shown between brackets:
1- I want to put a swimming pool in the yard, but it ............................ on soft ground. (Passive)
a) has built
b) is building
c) has to be built
2- I think my car has a problem with the engine. It ............................ easily by my father, so I won't
go to the garage. (Passive voice)
a) could repair
b) could be repaired
c) repaired
3- The report must be organized. It ............................... on a laptop; that’s better than handwriting.

(Passive voice)

a) should type
b) should be typed
c) types
4- If your kitten is two months old, she ............................ her necessary vaccinations.

(Passive voice)

a) may give
b) gave
c) may be given
5- The job interview was too easy. He ....................... some more difficult questions by the manager.

(Passive voice)

a) should have been asked
b) should ask
c) is asked

6- I think my favorite movie is coming out next year. It .............................. in the summer!

(Passive voice)

a) could release
b) could be released
c) releases

- Choose either make or take:
1- This machine is (took- made) in France.
2- I can't (take- make) all these bags in one hand.
3- How much do you (take - make) a week?
4- (Take - Make) this pill and you will be fine.
5- He (made- took) the money and ran away.
6- They (made- took) a taxi and went to the airport.
7- We will not (make- take) the conference next Sunday.
8- The boss (made- took) me do the job in the weekend.

- Choose the correct answer from a ,b, c and d:
1- My teacher is a self .................... person.
a. confident b. current c. handy d. portable
2- I used to............... my friends all the time, but now mostly on the weekends.
a. rearrange b. ring c. activate d. unlock
3- My uncle is my favourite ............................. relative.
a. next of kin b. confident c. tone d. alarm
4- My new neighbor is my................... in mathematics.
a. tutor b. alarm c. portable d. band

Set Book

- When do we need to leave an answer phone message rather than a text
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- Write what would you say in the following situations:
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Writing

“We can never be separated from the world if we want to live in it”
- Plan and write a report of 12 sentences (140 words) about:
Why your grandparents should have new mobiles with the social media applications

installed on it. Supply reasons to convince them.

(Your writing should include an introduction, two body paragraphs and a
conclusion)

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Reading Comprehension (110 Marks)
Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions:
What is more fun than jumping up and down on a springy piece of fabric?!
This activity is known as trampolining and it is sweeping the world.
Throughout history, Eskimos have been tossing each other in the air
using walrus skin for thousands of years. Firemen began using a life net to catch
people jumping from buildings in 1887. And in the early 1900s, circus
performers began bouncing to amuse audiences. All these show that the idea
has been bouncing around for a long time.
Trampolines may be fun, but they can also be dangerous. People hurt
themselves while using one each year. Clubs use large safety nets and rubber
to make it safer. Most injuries of trampolines happen at home, not at clubs.
Since they are more affordable than ever, injuries are even more common.
How? People may bounce too high and land off the trampoline or onto the
springs. Injuries also happen when many people are jumping at the same time.
Jumpers may collide and cause one another to land in strange ways. Lots of
people have their bones broken in this way. Perhaps the worst injuries happen
when untrained people try to do flips. Landing on your neck or head can
paralyze or even kill you.
But do not let all that bad news keep you down. There are many things
that you can do to practise safe trampolining. You can cover the springs with
special pads. You can surround your trampoline with a net so that people do not
fall off of it. You can limit bouncers to one at a time. This will prevent collision
injuries. Perhaps most importantly, you should never flip on a trampoline without
professional guidance.
Trampolines have brought a lot of joy to many people. There is no
feeling quite like soaring up in the air and then free-falling. Trampolines can also
be a good source of exercise and activity. They can help people improve their
balance and aerial moves. But they can also be deadly. Be sure that you are
practising safety while having a good time. Happy bouncing!
A) From a, b, c and d, choose the correct answer:
1. What is the main idea of paragraph (2)?
a. How trampolines started.
b. All about trampolines, from A to Z.
c. How we can be safe when trampolining.
d. What dangers we can face when trampolining.

2. What is the meaning of the underlined word “bouncers” in paragraph (4)?
a. Eskimos.
b. Jumpers.
c. Coaches.
d. Injured people.

3. What does the underlined word “they” in paragraph (3) refer to?
a. Injuries.
b. Clubs.
c. Trampolines.
d. Safety net.

4. According to the passage, why did circus performers start bouncing?
a. To relax from stress.
b. To have healthy bodies.
c. To feel happy themselves.
d. To entertain people at the circus.

5. All the following statements are TRUE EXCEPT:
a. The least dangerous injury is falling on the neck.
b. Jumping on trampolines needs professional training.
c. Trampolines can be a great source of joy and happiness.
d. The Eskimos used the skin of walrus for tossing each other.

6. What is the author’s purpose in writing this passage?
a. Encouraging the readers to start trampolining.
b. Showing the readers the pros and cons of trampolining.
c. Informing the readers all about the history of trampolining.
d. Making the readers understand the importance of stopping trampolining.
B) Answer the following question:
7. According to the passage, what can trampolining improve in people’s life?
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Summary Making (4 X 15 = 60 Marks)

In a paragraph of FOUR sentences ONLY, summarise and paraphrase the
following paragraph in an answer to the following question:
A small city was at the foot of a dormant volcano which, one day, erupted
and covered the areas with ash and lava. Few people escaped, but unfortunately most
of them were not so lucky. Those who decided to wait in their houses were buried to
death. The gases poisoned a great number of the city dwellers. Some people could not
make out of the area because of the ditches the eruption caused. Another cause of
people’s death was the destruction of all sources of life like the agricultural lands and
the food factories. Whatever the reason was, we cannot say anything but: “May the
dead rest in peace.”

“How did the people die when the volcano erupted?

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Messages

Exchanging messages is very important. It helps people to be closer and
to communicate. It helps people to know more about each other. It helps
people to exchange news and information.
In the past, people used to send messages using fire, flags and drums
especially in the time of wars. Then, they started to use horses and birds.
People used town callers in sending and delivering messages. Furthermore,
they used pigeons in sending messages in the past, such as in the First World
War they used homing pigeons to send messages. People also used bottle
messages to send messages in the middle of the sea when they were in
danger.
Nowadays, there are many and different kinds in sending messages. We
have smart mobile phones and social media applications. Also, we have the
Internet, e- mails and the usual traditional letters. As man can't live a solitary
life and needs to communicate, so he has always tried to find different ways
to do so.

Finally, I think communication in all its forms is very important

for people as it is a social healthy habit.

- Fill in the spaces with the suitable words from the list:
(aviation - notably - unlock - instructor - coincide)
1- A driving ...............will help you pass your driving test faster.
2- National Day and Liberation day.............. with Hala February festival.
3- We still have many concerns, .............. about the adequacy of the diet
eaten by our children
4- Professional pilots master using .......................... computers.

Set Book

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3. What qualities and skills do you need to achieve your goals?
- Fill in the spaces with words from the list:
(plagued - rusty - transcontinental - biplane - landmark)
1- The old metal models were ......................... and old-fashioned.
2- A lot of mechanical problems .................. the flight and forced it to land.
3- We consider The Avenues a ........................... in Kuwait.
4- They bought a simple........................ for training.
5- The International community warns countries of using ................rockets.

Set Book

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- From a, b , c and d choose the right answer:
1- An international ................... usually has a big number of staff.
a. injustice b. corporation c. biplane d. expression
2- The hotel manager asked the tourists ...................... to move to the
restaurant.
a. carelessly b. courteously c. dangerously d. crazily
3- The boy was completely ...................... when he heard the sad news.
a. sudden b. monotonous c. stunned d. charitable
4- He works as a /an ......................... in Kuwait airways.
a- cabin b-attendant c- expression d-corporation

2- Adel didn't call the mechanic, so he didn't have his car repaired. (Begin
with: If )
a- If Adel didn't call the mechanic, he didn't have his car repaired.
b- If Adel had called the mechanic, he would have had his car repaired.
c- If Adel calls the mechanic, he will have his car repaired.
3- She didn’t do the work as she didn’t have enough time. (Use: If)
a- If she had had enough time, she would have done the work.
b- If she had had enough time, she wouldn’t have done the work.
c- If she hadn’t had enough time, she would have done the work.

- From a, b, c and d choose the most suitable word:-
1- He is the person..........................car was stolen.

a- whose b- who c- which d- when
2- She is the new doctor...........................is coming to the hospital next week.
a- who b- whose c- which d- when

3- Do you remember the day ............................. we first met?

a- when b- where c- which d- who

4- They are the people............................shop was burnt last week.

a- who b- whose c- which d- when

5- This is the chair....................my parents gave to me.

a- who b- whose c- which d- when

6- The machine.......................you saw cost me a lot of money.

a- who b- whose c- that d- when

7- The children................... you bought a ball for are playing.

a- whom b- when c- which d- whose

8- We visited the school...........................my father taught.

a- who b- whose c- where d- whom

- Fill in the spaces with words from the list:
( eyewitness - stern - buzzing - incident - velocity - endeavor )
1- There was a/an ....................... noise in the market yesterday.
2- I will .............. to arrive on time tomorrow. I have an exam.
3- There was a shooting .................... near the bank last night.
4- They need to serve customers at a higher .......... than this to make profits.
5- The police are looking for a/an .................... to the accident.

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Writing

You have always aspired to become a pilot. However, all your friends oppose the idea.
In not less than 12 sentences (140 words), plan and write an essay persuading them
of the advantages of becoming a pilot and the reasons why you would be suitable for such
a job.
(Your writing should include an introduction, two body paragraphs and a
conclusion)

Outline

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Reading Comprehension
Read the following passage then answer the questions below:
Seventy percent of our planet is covered by one huge, continuous body of
seawater – the ocean. It holds 1.35 billion cubic kilometres of water. Nearly half
of the ocean is more than 3 kilometres deep. The Mariana Trench in the western
Pacific Ocean is 11 kilometres below sea level. It is the deepest known point of
the ocean. But there may be deeper points that we have not seen, as we have
only explored five percent of the ocean floor to date.
The government of Canada suggested the idea of World Ocean Day at the
Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. In 2008, the United Nations (UN) officially
recognised the date and it has been growing ever since, from 100 events in 2008
to over a thousand events in more than 120 countries ten years later. The day is
celebrated in a variety of ways, including special events at aquariums and zoos,
beach and river clean-ups, school activities, conservation programmes, art
contests and film festivals.
One of the main aims of the day is to remind people of the important role
the ocean plays in our lives. In fact, the ocean is home to the majority of plants
and animals on Earth. The ocean provides us with food, 70 percent of the oxygen
we breathe and medicines as well as transport. No matter where you live on the
planet, no matter how far from the sea, your life relies on the ocean.
The most urgent problem facing the ocean at the moment is plastic pollution.
Reducing one-use plastic, including plastic bags, sandwich boxes and plastic
water bottles, has been an important theme for World Ocean Day for a number of
years. Climate change and rising ocean temperatures are also a huge problem.
Rising ocean temperatures have a direct influence on weather patterns. They are
seen as partly responsible for an increase in extreme weather conditions.

On World Ocean Day, wear blue, go on a march, find a beach or river clean-
up near you, organise a local event, print a poster and put it in your window, or

use the hashtag #worldoceanday on social media.
A) From a, b, c and d, choose the correct answer:
1. The best title for this passage could be ...................
a. The Pacific Ocean
b. Plastic Pollution
c. World Ocean Day
d. The Importance of Oxygen

2. The underlined word “relies” in the 3rd paragraph is closest in meaning to:
a. carries
b. settles
c. depends
d. decides
3. The underlined word “they” in the 4th paragraph refers to :
a. plastic bags
b. sandwich boxes
c. plastic water bottles
d. rising ocean temperatures
4. The Mariana Trench in the western Pacific Ocean:
a. is more than 3 kilometres deep.
b. is the deepest known point of the ocean.
c. covers around seventy percent of our planet.
d. holds more than a billion cubic kilometres of water.
5. Which of the following is NOT a reason why the ocean is important to humans?
a. It provides food and medicine.
b. It provides 70 percent of the oxygen we breathe
c. It provides transportation routes
d. It provides environmental pollution
6. All of the following are true about the ocean EXCEPT:
a. The temperature of the ocean is getting higher.
b. The majority of plants and animals live on the ocean.
c. World Ocean Day was first suggested in 1992.
d. Plastic pollution is a new theme for World Ocean Day this year.
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- Summary Making (4 X 15 = 60 Marks)

Experts agree that long-term exposure to high levels of noise pollution has an
impact on our health in many ways. Some researchers have documented that regular
exposure to noise above 110 decibels can result in permanent hearing loss. Other several
studies have also demonstrated a link between noise and digestive problems and immune
system disorders. In a paper published in a medical journal, it was determined that loud
noises lead to elevated blood pressure, fatigue and loss of sleep. Some university
researchers noticed that stress caused by noise can lead to serious heart problems.

In four sentences of your own, summarize and paraphrase the passage in answer to the following question

What are the effects of noise pollution on human health?

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Flying

Flying has always been man’s dream from the earliest times. It lets you enjoy the
view of the sky and the earth. Also, it helps people to know more about space and other
destinations as well.
Flying today has become easier, faster and more comfortable. There are many
services on board of the plane. They provide food, drinks and many other services.
Moreover, there are many people working on planes to provide such services for the
passengers. The pilot should have a pilot license and good English. He also should study
flight physics.
There are many dangers in flying. It is dangerous because of some problems the
pilot may face such as; bad weather, mechanical problems ...etc. Moreover, a pilot is
away from his family and friends most of the time and the dangers a plane might face
during flights.
In conclusion, flying is an amazing experience that man has been enjoying for a
long time.

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15. He didn’t buy the villa. He is a very rich man. (Join using: although)
a) Although he didn’t buy the villa, he is a very rich man.
b) He didn’t buy the villa although he is a very rich man.
c) He is a very rich man although he didn’t buy the villa.
16. The girl bought a very beautiful necklace. (Change into passive)
a) A very beautiful necklace by the girl bought.
b) A very beautiful necklace has bought by the girl.
c) A very beautiful necklace was bought by the girl.
17. "I went to the dentist appointment yesterday.” (Change into reported speech)
Ali said that........................................................................................................... (Report)
a) he had gone to the dentist appointment the day before.
b) he has gone to the dentist appointment yesterday.
c) he will go to the dentist appointment yesterday.
18. Children used to spend their leisure time playing outdoor games. (Make negative)
a) Children don’t used to spend their leisure time playing outdoor games.
b) Children didn’t use to spend their leisure time playing outdoor games.
c) Children use to not spent their leisure time playing outdoor games.

 

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