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مذكرة انجليزي عاشر ف2 #ث. عبدالله بن عباس 2021-2022

مذكرة انجليزي عاشر ف2 #ث. عبدالله بن عباس 2021-2022

GRADE 1

(الخطة العلاجية للفصل الثاني - الصف 10 )

REMEDIAL PLAN
SECOND TERM
(2021 - 2022)

VOCABULARY ITEMS
GRAMMAR PRACTICE
FUNCTIONS
SET BOOK QUESTIONS
WRITING

READING COMPREHENSION
SUMMARY MAKING
TRANSLATION

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 7: Power - The Alternatives

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. Many people believe that ............................ will be replaced by solar energy.
a. refining b. fractional distillation c. fossil fuel d. polymer
2. The ............................ of oil usually takes place in huge plants.
a. polymer b. crude oil c. fossil fuel d. refining
B. Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(entirely / fossil fuels / refining / finite / polymer / crude oil)
1. The dry branches were burnt ................................ by fire.
2. ........................... is the basic material that is used for making plastic objects.
3. Huge machines extract ......................... from the ground and pump it in long pipes.
4. Because oil is a ................... resource, we must find other sources of energy.
5. The use of oil and other ............................ will certainly increase air pollution.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1. What are the advantages of renewable oils?
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 7: Power - The Alternatives

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
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1. If many countries join their efforts, they will ................... the problem of pollution.
2. ........................... is a unit used for measuring electricity.
3. Adding too much salt to any food will certainly ........................ it.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 7: Power - The Alternatives

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(breakdown / actually / last / motoring / generate / appliances)
1. Drivers must be very careful when ........................... in bad weather.
2. Oil is ........................... the mostly used energy source and industrial material.
3. Some electric ............................... consume more electricity than others.
4. Gold is one of the rare metals that can ............................. for thousands of years.
5. The mechanic said that there was a serious ......................... in the engine of my car.

GRAMMAR
If sentences: conditional

A. General conditional

If + present simple + present simple

Example: If I feel hungry, I eat some food.
Example: I ask my teacher if I have a question.
- We use the general conditional to talk about something that regularly
happens. It has a general meaning and does not refer to the future.
Example: If I don’t understand a question, I always ask my teacher.

B. First Conditional (Conditional type 1)

If + present simple + will + base form of the main verb
Example: If I need help, I’ll call you.
Example: We will be late if you don’t drive fast.
- We use the first conditional to talk about something that is possible
and likely to happen in the future.

C. Second Conditional (Conditional type 2)

If + past simple + would + base form of the main verb
Example: If I were the owner of this company, I would raise salaries.
Example: If I were you, I wouldn’t buy this old car.
- We use the second conditional to talk about something that is
improbable and unlikely to happen in the future or something that is
impossible.
Example: If I could go back in time, I’d change many things in my life.
(I can never go back in time.)

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the correct completion of the sentences below:
1. If scientists made more efforts, they .......................... a cure to cancer.
a. will find b. will have found c. would find d. found
2. You will certainly become rich if you ............................ hard.
a. had worked b. work c. worked d. were working
3. Khalid would certainly call me if he ........................... my message.
a. received b. is receiving c. has received d. receives
4. If you .................... a good antivirus on your computer, it would be well protected.
a. have installed b. installed c. had installed d. install
B. From a, b, and c, choose the correct answer as required:
1. If you invited me to your party, I (come) ................... (Correct the verb)
a. If you invited me to your party, I will come.
b. If you invited me to your party, I would come.
c. If you invited me to your party, I am coming.
2. If you study hard for the exams, you ................... (Complete)
a. If you study hard for the exams, you will get good marks.
b. If you study hard for the exams, you would get good marks.
c. If you study hard for the exams, you got good marks.
3. If they don’t raise my salary, I (quit) .............. this job. (Correct the verb)
a. If they don’t raise my salary, I would quit this job.
b. If they don’t raise my salary, I was quitting this job.
c. If they don’t raise my salary, I will quit this job.
4. If I had more money, I ................... (Complete)
a. If I had more money, I would travel to many countries.
b. If I had more money, I would have travelled to many countries.
c. If I had more money, I will travel to many countries.

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 7: Power - The Alternatives

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. The ...................... should find better solutions to the problem of unemployment.
a. waste b. motorist c. smog d. government
2. The new employment policy will ......................... the number of jobless people.
a. squander b. diminish c. consult d. procure
3. ........................... is a respiratory disease that attacks the lungs.
a. asthma b. congestion c. waste d. motorist
4. Many people ........................... their money on useless things.
a. end up with b. consult c. squander d. diminish
5. The ...................... that forms in the air is a mixture of car fumes and fog.
a. asthma b. smog c. government d. congestion
B. Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(smog / recently / hazardous / consult / congestion / procure)
6. Every morning, I come late to my office because of the ...................... on the roads.
7. Pollution may be the main cause of many .......................... diseases.
8. Every time I intend to make an important decision, I ....................... my parents.
9. I have .......................... started exercising in a nearby gym.
10. In many Chinese cities, .................... makes it hard for people to breathe normally.

WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Adopting new energy sources other than fossil fuels is the best way to
save the world from many economic and environmental problems. Plan and
write an essay of not less than 12 sentences in which you persuade governments to
adopt new energy sources and you tell them about the advantages of these new
sources.

OUTLINE

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GRADE 10 – MODULE 3 – UNIT 7
SUMMARY MAKING (1)

The advantages of online learning are varied and numerous. First, there is no
need to be in the classroom all the time in order to get the same degree of education.
Online learning comes to you wherever you happen to be able to connect to the
Internet whether you are at home or at work. Because it is cheap, you can enjoy the
benefits of this education without many of the financial hardships that are often
associated with attending college. While learning, you will be better at dealing with
email, online research, and many other skills.
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EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. People who use ............................. don’t need to wear glasses.
a. satnav b. contact lens c. cure-all d. micro-robot
2. ................................. will help doctors to cure many diseases.
a. micro-robots b. satnavs c. shocks d. tumours
3. A growing ......................... in a patient’s brain can be extremely dangerous.
a. nanoshell b. tumour c. shock d. micro-robot
4. The sudden death of the old man was a ...................... to his family and friends.
a. cure-all b. satnav c. micro-robot d. shock
5. The .................. is very useful for people who travel in the desert or in the sea.
a. satnav b. shock c. tumour d. nanoshell
B. Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(instantly / tumour / sophisticated / gold-coated / shock / draw)
6. The ............................ jewelries in this shop are excellent and affordable.
7. The loss of the match left the supporters in a complete ........................
8. Mechanics often say that computer systems in German cars are very .......................
9. Credit cards enable users to ..................... money from any ATM.
10. Cancer usually manifests in the form of a growing .......................

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1. What are the advantages of modern technology?
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 8: The Power of Technology

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(bio-fuel / suspensions / outlandish / implement / obstacles / windscreen wipers)
1. This company will ............................... a new policy to increase its profits.
2. New workers often face some ................................ in their jobs.
3. I think I need to replace these defective .................................. soon.
4. .......................... are designed to absorb shocks and maintain the vehicle stable.
5. For my grandmother, the mobile phone seems a / an ............................ device.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 8: The Power of Technology

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(instigate / reputation / legible / obedient / bifocal / software)
1. This doctor has an excellent ............................. among his patients.
2. Parents often boast of their children being .......................... and well-mannered.
3. My teacher said that my ideas were good and my handwriting was .........................
4. The optician is preparing ........................... glasses for my grandfather.
5. The government will ............................. new measures to combat the virus.

GRAMMAR

Expressing Abilities, Possibilities and Obligations
(can / could / be able to / must / should)

A. Can / could / be able to:
Can and could have two main meanings:
1. Ability / inability
- present / general: I can swim. / She can’t see without her glasses.
- past: - I could swim when I was two years old.
- She couldn’t read until she was six.
2. Possibility / impossibility
- general: - Fast cars can be dangerous.
- I can’t come to your graduation.
- present or future: The roads could be very busy this weekend.
B. Must:
- Must is used for:
1. Obligations that the speaker feels strongly about:
Example: I must give my report to my teacher tomorrow morning.

2. Strong advice or recommendations:
Example: You must see your doctor – you look terrible!
Example: You must be more careful with your money.
- Mustn’t (or can’t) is used to tell someone not to do something or to say that
something is wrong or not allowed.
Example: - You mustn’t speak aloud in the public library.
- You mustn’t / can’t eat in the library.
C. Should:
- Should is used with other verbs to add various meanings related to
some degrees of certainty and obligation:
Example: - You should visit your grandparents more often.
Wish + simple past / past perfect

- 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:
Example: I wish I spoke Italian. (I don’t speak Italian.)
Example: I wish I had a new car. (I don’t have a new car.)
- 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:
Example: I wish I hadn’t eaten so much. (I ate a lot.)
Example: I wish they had come on holiday with us. (They didn’t come
on holiday with us.)

EXERCISE

A. From a , b , c and d , choose the correct completion of the sentences below:
1. I wish I .................................... all the wars all over the world.
a. will stop    b. am stopping    c. could stop    d. was stopping
2. I wish my brother .............................. with us to London last summer.
a. had travelled    b. would travel    c. travelled d. is travelling
3. I wish I ............................. the best mark in this exam.
a. am getting    b. got    c. have got    d. will get
4. I wish I ............................... the door before I left to work this morning.
a. have locked    b. locked    c. had locked    d. will lock
5. When I was in primary school, I .............................. wear a red school uniform.
a. must     b. can    c. should    d. had to
6. In Britain, people ................................ drive on the left side of the road.
a. must    b. can    c. could    d. should
7. My father asked me if I ................................. help him wash the car the day before.
a. must    b. could    c. will be able to    d. am able to
8. If a police officer asks you to pull over, you ........................... stop immediately.
a. shouldn’t    b. can    c. could    d. must

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 8: The Power of Technology

EXERCISE

From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. My grandparents are celebrating their 40

th wedding ....................... next Monday . 
a. terminal b. wearer c. heart rate d. anniversary
2. Many TV stations will .............................. the football match live.
a. transmit b. recharge c. trespass d. remind
3. The patient told the doctor that he felt pain in his ..........................
a. terminal b. heart rate c. torso d. wearer
4. It is illegal to ............................ on someone’s property.
a. remind b. trespass c. recharge d. transmit
5. You need to connect this .......................... to your computer before you use it.
a. anniversary b. terminal c. torso d. heart rate

FUNCTIONS
Write what you would say in the following situations:
1. A friend of yours says that antiviruses are not useful for computers.
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WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Thanks to the great progress made in modern technology, working from
home has become a successful method. Plan and write an essay of not less than
12 sentences persuading companies to allow their employees to work from home
stating the advantages of that method.
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GRADE 10 – MODULE 3 – UNIT 8
SUMMARY MAKING (2)

Although they are constantly destroyed or burnt, forests continue to play an
important role in preserving life on Earth. As you probably already know, the carbon
dioxide that we breathe is absorbed by the trees and plants which then turn it back to
oxygen. Forests also provide us with a lot of important ingredients for many modern
medicines, oils, perfumes and precious wood. They are also important for balancing
our climate in general. Plants and trees help to enrich our soil by recycling nutrients
that are obtained from dead leaves and small animals.
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EXERCISE

From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. Any company needs to have a good ........................... as a form of protection.
a. investment b. insurance c. transaction d. accounting
2. A huge project usually requires a large ............................ from the bank.
a. loan b. management c. economics d. confidentiality
3. An expert in ......................... should predict the sudden changes in markets.
a. economics b. confidentiality c. loan d. transaction
4. ................... helps a company to make a balance between its expenditures and profits.
a. Accounting b. Economics c. Insurance d. Loan
5. The work of a secretary needs a high degree of trust and ............................
a. transaction b. investment c. confidentiality d. economics

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1. ? What role does money play in our life
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EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
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1. Wealthy businessmen must pay a huge ............................ every year.
2. This rich man is well-known for his ............................ work.
3. He has become a ............................. by investing his money in business projects.
4. Last week, a lawyer informed Mr. Ali that he had ............................. a huge wealth.

SET BOOK

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EXERCISE

From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. If you buy something online, you have to pay a fee for its ..........................
a. login b. tax c. shipping d. auction
2. Every citizen must pay an annual ......................... to the state.
a. tax     b. auction    c. shipping   d. login
3. An .......................... will be held on a very famous painting next week.
a. auction     b. login     c. tax    d. shipping
4. A well-protected computer must require a password at the ...........................
a. tax     b. shipping    c. auction    d. login

GRAMMAR

Expressing Necessity / Giving Advice
( have to / should / must )

A. “Have to”:
- We use “have to” when it is necessary to do something, such as when it is a
rule or law:
Example: Students have to come early to school.
Example: When you drive a car, you have to fasten the seatbelt.
B. “Should”:
- We use “should” for advice and to say something is or isn‟t a good idea:
Example: You don ‟t look well – you should see your doctor.
Example: Do you think I should apply for that job?
C. “Must”:
- Must is used for:
1. Obligations that the speaker feels strongly about:
Example: Students must respect school rules.
2. Strong advice or recommendations:
Example: You must wear a mask when you come into a hospital.
Example: You must check your car ‟s engine regularly.

REPORTED SPEECH

◗ We use the reported speech to report what people say in a specific time. When we
report what people say, we use a reporting verb and make some changes (such as:
pronouns, time references, place references, demonstrative pronouns, verb
tenses and modal auxiliaries) to the speaker ‟s actual words:
Direct speech: Ali: „I am very happy today.‟
Reported speech: Ali said that he was very happy that day.

EXERCISES

A. From a , b , c and d, choose the correct completion of the sentences below:
1. The company manager told me that I ..................... be on time for the interview.
a. have to b. had to c. has to d. am having to
2. My father said that he ......................... a reward from his boss the day before.
a. is receiving b. will receive c. had received d. has received
3. Our teacher advised ........................ to study hard for the exams.
a. us b. their c. we d. our
4. You ............................ close the door of your house when you leave to work.
a. mustn’t b. didn’t have c. shouldn’t d. have to
B. From a, b, c and d choose the correct answer as shown between brackets:
1. “I met an old friend at the airport last week”, said Hamad. (Report)
a. Hamad said that he has met an old friend at the airport the previous week.
b. Hamad said that he had met an old friend at the airport the previous week.
c. Hamad said that he would meet an old friend at the airport last week.
2. “I am travelling to Dubai tomorrow”, said my father. (Report)
a. My father told me that he is travelling to Dubai tomorrow.
b. My father told me that he had travelled to Dubai the following day.
c. My father told me that he was travelling to Dubai the following day.
3. “You can get a good mark in this exam if you study hard”, said my friend. (Report)
a. My friend told me that I can get a good mark in that exam if I study hard.
b. My friend told me that I could get a good mark in that exam if I studied hard.
c. My friend told me that he can get a good mark in that exam if he studies hard.
4. “I have invited many friends to my party”, said Khalid. (Report)
a. Khalid said he had invited many friends to his party.
b. Khalid said he had invited many friends to their party.
c. Khalid said he has invited many friends to his party.

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 3: POWER
UNIT 9: Money

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(generosity / affluent / spur / extinct / success / gross)
1. He said that he had no secret of ........................... but hard work.
2. His work in the domain of business made him ........................... a great wealth.
3. As an ......................... man, he was highly respected by many important figures.
4. He thanked them for the extraordinary ............................. they had shown.
5. Lower taxes would ............................. investment and help economic growth.

FUNCTIONS
Write what you would say in the following situations:
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WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Many people save their money in banks without investing it in profitable
projects. Plan and write an essay of not less than 12 sentences persuading people
to invest their money in some projects while stressing the advantages of doing so.

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GRADE 10 – MODULE 3 – UNIT 9
SUMMARY MAKING (3)

Getting involved in sports is very beneficial. Practicing sports makes us very
fit and able to carry out any sort of physical task efficiently and effortlessly. If we
participate in sports activities, we will be stronger and agile. Our skills specified to
the sports activity get enhanced. Our bodies will become very flexible and supple,
which will carry us to higher peaks of success. Participating in sports activities
regularly keeps us very healthy and no disease will be daring enough to come near
us. Apart from all these benefits, we will be able to acquire an excellent physique.
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 10: Stories

EXERCISE

From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. The man remained calm and nothing could ruffle his .............................
a. gratefulness b. composure c. insolence d. constancy
2. Children must show ................................ to their parents.
a. constancy b. injustice c. gratefulness d. insolence
3. The secret of success is .................................. to purpose.
a. composure b. insolence c. self-restraint d. constancy
4. Pupils could be excluded from school for ........................... or bad behaviour.
a. insolence b. self-restraint c. constancy d. injustice
5. Not allowing women to vote in elections is a form of social ............................
a. injustice b. constancy c. composure d. gratefulness

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1. What effects do virtues have on people’s behaviour?
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 10: Stories

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(fleet / firmly / chuckle / retire)
1. The mother told her son to fasten the laces of his shoes ............................
2. After many years of work, my father will ........................ next week.
3. Our shipping company is planning to renew its .......................... next year.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 10: Stories

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. The floods that struck the airport made it hard for planes to .........................
a. pick up b. touch down c. drop off d. turn up
2. Everybody was expecting the famous singer to ......................... on the stage.
a. turn up b. set off c. pick up d. touch down
3. I’m on my way to the airport to ...................... my friend.
a. turn up b. set off c. touch down d. pick up
4. The tourist guide said that they would ....................... early the following day.
a. touch down b. pick up c. turn up d. set off
5. “Could you .......................... the kids on your way to work?” said the mother.
a. drop off b. turn up c. set off d. touch down
B. Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(register / sudden / set off / border / smuggle / re-load)
6. A group of refugees were stopped and prevented from crossing the ......................
7. This programme will not work fully unless you ................... and get a password.
8. The customs officer told the truck driver to ......................... his goods and continue
his journey.
9. The ........................ spread of COVID-19 was a shock to the whole world.
10. After a short break, we remounted our bicycles and ..................... for a near town.

GRAMMAR
Adverbs of Manner

- Adverbs of manner are words which tell us how someone does something. They are
usually formed by adding “ -ly ” to an adjective.

(Some adverbs of manner are the same as adjective, such as: hard, fast ...)
Adjective: He’s a fast / hard worker.
Adverb: He works fast / hard.

“Use to” / “Used to”
- The construction used to describes a past action:
Example: He used to read a newspaper every morning. (I don’t read it now)
- In negative sentences we use the following structure: do + not + use to
Example: I didn’t use to swim very well when I was young.
- Questions also use this form:
Example: Did you use to watch cartoon films?
EXERCISE

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the correct completion of the sentences below:
1. This restaurant is very famous for its ......................... seafood.
a. taste    b. tasty    c. tasting    d. tasted
2. The teacher explained the topic .......................... but clearly.
a. shortly    b. shorten    c. shortened     d. short
3. I didn’t expect that the phone I had ordered online would arrive so ....................
a. quickest b. quicker c. quickly d. quick
4. My grandfather told me that he ........................ to watch films in black and white.
a. uses b. used c. is using d. has used
5. Hamad said that he didn’t ....................... to take his car to the mechanic before.
a. used b. will use c. is used d. use
6. “Did you ................. to play computer games when you were young?” Ali asked me.
a. had used b. using c. use d. used
7. I ....................... to read some newspapers every morning, but now I don’t.
a. has used b. used c. use d. is used

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 10: Stories

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(overtake / stacks of / emotive / monotonous / crazily / recuperate)
1. There were ............................ of wooden boxes arranged in the warehouse.
2. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, food prices have risen .............................
3. All drivers must know that it is very dangerous to .............................. on a bend.
4. The doctor said that my grandfather would ....................... soon after the operation.
5. The death of hundreds of African children because of famine is a / an ......................
humane crisis that must be solved urgently.

LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
Write what you would say in the following situations:
1. A friend of yours asks why you are keen on reading short stories.
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WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Old stories often bear much wisdom and can teach us many lessons. Plan
and write an essay of not less than 12 sentences persuading people to read more
stories while focusing on the benefits they will get from them.

OUTLINE

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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 11: Messages

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(rearrange / asap / colleagues / starvation / unreliable / urgent)
1. In some African countries, people are dying because of ...........................
2. As a new recruit, I had to ask my .......................... about many things in my work.
3. I saw a man who was in ......................... need for oxygen in the hospital.
4. The manager asked his secretary to ...................... the meeting for the following day.
5. The teacher told me to hand in my report ............................

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1. Why do people swap various types of messages?
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 11: Messages

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(illegally / fasten / homing / instinct)
1. The police arrested a man for entering the country ............................
2. Yesterday, I saw a flock of ......................... pigeons in my garden.
3. Wild animals are aggressive by .............................
SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
1.ر? Why were pigeons used for sending messages long distances
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 11: Messages

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(flash / harmony / handy / slide / unlock / deadline)
1. Mobile phones have become very ..................... and easy to use by all the people.
2. You need to enter the right password to ......................... this mobile phone.
3. Our teacher set next Monday as the ............................. for handing in reports.
4. In a rainy weather, cars can ........................... dangerously on wet roads.
5. The ......................... between the members of this team is clear and remarkable.

GRAMMAR
Passive verbs (mixed tenses)

- We form the passive with the appropriate tense of the verb “be” + the past
participle of the main verb.
Example: Millions of mobile phones are made in China every year.
- To say who did the action of the verb (the agent), we can include a by phrase
Example: My friend has been rewarded by the headmaster.
- Passive sentences are more common in writing than in speech.
- Passive sentences are more formal than active sentences.

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the correct completion of the sentences below:
1. This poem ...................... by a famous poet many years ago.
a. was written b. had written c. is writing d. will write
2. Nowadays, English language ........................... all over the world.
a. are teaching b. will teach c. is taught d. has taught
3. All the passengers’ passports .......................... at the gate.
a. is checking b. was checking c. had checked d. were checked
4. The school reports ............................... this week.
a. delivered b. will be delivered c. is delivered d. will be delivering
B. From a, b and c, choose the correct answer as required:
1. People sell old cars at low prices. (Make passive)
a. Old cars were sold at low prices.
b. Old cars are sold at low prices.
c. Old cars have been sold at low prices.
2. This delicious cake (make) ....................... by my mother. (Correct the verb)
a. This delicious cake has made by my mother.
b. This delicious cake will make by my mother.
c. This delicious cake was made by my mother.
3. They will build a new school in our region. (Make passive)
a. A new school will be built in our region.
b. A new school has been built in our region.
c. A new school is building in our region.
4. Mobile phones are sold in this shop, ................? (Add a question tag)
? a. weren’t they
? b. haven’t they
? c. aren’t they

GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION

UNIT 11: Messages

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(briefly / ring / confident / tutor / answerphone / alarm)
1. A / An ............................. can help a student to understand some lessons better.
2. I set a special ............................... tone for my family members on my phone.
3. The students who do well in exams feel .................................. about their results.
4. Natural disasters often ............................... people of the dangers done to the
environment.
5. The teacher introduced the lesson ............................., then he started explaining a
grammatical rule.

LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS
Write what you would say in the following situations:
1. A friend of yours asks about the major uses of a mobile phone?
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WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Mobile phones have remarkably dominated our daily life in terms of
communication and entertainment. Plan and write an essay of not less than 12
sentences in which you persuade people to use mobile phones while you focus on
the main features and uses of these devices.
OUTLINE

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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION
UNIT 12: Flying Stories

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(instructor / notably / exemplary / aviation / gliding / coincides with)
1. If you want to learn how to fly a plane, you will need a / an ...........................
2. My friend is fond of .............................. sport.
3. He said that his birthday ................................... his wedding anniversary.
4. The headmaster rewarded my friend for his excellent results and .............. behaviour.
5. The ............................ from and to the airport were suspended because of the bad
weather.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION
UNIT 12: Flying Stories

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(plague / rusty / biplanes / prejudicial / landmark / transcontinental)
1. ......................... were used in military and commercial aviation during the 1930s.
2. My friend found an old ............................. sword in the desert last week.
3. A ................................ tanker sank in the sea during a terrible storms.
4. Doctors often warn that too much smoking is ............................... to health.
5. Financial problems continued to .................................. the company.

SET BOOK

Answer the following questions:
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GRADE: 10 - MODULE 4: FACT AND FICTION
UNIT 12: Flying Stories

EXERCISE

Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(resemble / stunned / corporation / courteously / acclaimed / confrontational)
1. His colleagues try to avoid him because he is very ...............................
2. The first Corona-virus vaccine was ............................. as a great achievement.
3. This ................................ includes many companies from several countries.
4. Most people were ................................ and saddened by the bad news.
5. Teachers always treat their students very .............................. and politely.

GRAMMAR

Relative Clauses and Pronouns

A. RELATIVE CLAUSES:

A relative clause is a part of a sentence that gives more information about a
preceding noun. It always follows the noun it refers to and it is usually introduced
by a relative pronoun.
Example: The man who robbed the bank was arrested yesterday.
Example: The hotel where I spent my holiday last summer wasn’t far away from
.the beach

EXERCISES

A. From a, b, c and d choose the correct answer to complete the following sentences:
1. The book .................... I am looking for was written by a famous writer.
a. which b. when c. where d. who
2. The day .......................... I graduated from university will always be memorable.
a. how b. who c. which d. when
3. The restaurant, ........................ I usually have lunch, is not far away from here.
a. when b. where c. which d. why
4. Thomas Edison, ............................. made so many inventions, said that electricity
would change the world completely.
a. when b. who c. where d. which

Third conditional

If + past perfect + would + have + past participle

- We use third conditional sentences to talk about imagined past situations:
Example: If I had bought that old car, I would have regretted it so much.
This means: ‘I didn’t buy that old car and I didn’t regret it’.

EXERCISE

From a, b and c, choose the correct answer as required between brackets:
1. If you had travelled to London, ....................... (Complete)
a. If you had travelled to London, you would have visited many museums.
b. If you had travelled to London, you would visit many museums.
c. If you had travelled to London, you will visit many museums.
2. If I had organized a party, all my friends (come) .................. (Correct the verb)
a. If I had organized a party, all my friends will come.
b. If I had organized a party, all my friends would have come.
c. If I had organized a party, all my friends are coming.
3. If I started a business project, ....................... (Complete)
a. If I started a business project, I would earn a lot of money.
b. If I started a business project, I will earn a lot of money.
c. If I started a business project, I would have earned a lot of money.

EXERCISE

A. From a, b, c and d, choose the word that best completes each sentence below:
1. I told the mechanic about the strange ....................... in the engine of my car.
a. eyewitness b. co-pilot c. headline d. buzzing
2. This instrument is used for measuring wind ...................................
a. baby carriage b. eyewitness c. velocity d. incident
3. The ............................... can provide good assistance to the pilot during a flight.
a. co-pilot b. fog c. headline d. baby carriage
4. A / An .......................... informed the police about the accident.
a. buzzing b. eyewitness c. velocity d. fog
5. Drivers must be very careful when there’s ................................ on the road.
a. co-pilot b. headline c. fog d. buzzing
B. Fill in the spaces with the most suitable words from the list below:
(custom-built / headline / altitude / endeavour / voice-activated / radar)
1. Sometimes the ............................. of an article is more attractive than its content.
2. We must constantly .................................. if we are to succeed.
3. This aircraft is designed to be invisible to the .......................................
4. My friend’s car was .................................. by a very famous car company.
5. She's done a lot of work with .................................. computers.

WRITING A PERSUASIVE ESSAY

Topic:
Many people believe that travelling by car or by bus is much better than
travelling by plane. Plan and write an essay of not less than 12 sentences in
which you persuade people that travelling by plane is the best in terms of speed
and comfort.

OUTLINE

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GRADE 10

READING COMPREHENSION (1)

Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions that follow:
In today’s world, it is necessary to use technology, especially when it comes to
education. Students from across the globe need to embrace the technological
advancements that are present nowadays. Since education has also been affected by
technology, it has become an integral part of each student’s life. Consequently, every
educational institution, ranging from primary schools to universities, must be equipped
with computers. This will certainly improve the learning process tremendously, facilitate
teachers’ work and create a better learning environment.
Modern-day technologies have changed the dynamics of our lives for the better
and worst. It depends on the user as to how they can make the technology count. When
students engage technology in their day-to-day academic routines, they get a lot of
assistance from it. With the technology of computers and the internet, the experience of
studying and doing assignments has never been the same.
Students of the modern-day world cannot imagine studies without the internet and
computers, where the work and getting help become seamless and efficient. In fact,
modern technology does not only speed up the students’ work and provides help in
university courses, but it also allows them a lot of other conveniences especially in
making decisions based on their knowledge. It eases the decision-making process for
students, whether they have to complete an assignment, write a report, read something,
correct something, design something, or all in all, find top colleges and universities to
interact and apply for admission.
Without the use of technology, nothing is seamless and smooth. In fact, technology
has become an ample need of today because it has clearly infiltrated every area of our
lives, from healthcare to education and beyond. The latest advances in technology govern
even our homes and provide us with countless benefits, so why shouldn’t technology be a
huge factor in the way students learn?
A. From a, b, c and d, choose the correct answer:
1. This text is mainly about:
a. the problems of modern technology.
b. the use of mobile phones in schools.
c. the need to introduce more technology in education.
d. the use of technology in hospitals.

2. The underlined word "ample" in the 4

th paragraph is closest in meaning to:

a. sufficient
b. slow
c. dangerous
d. tasty
3. The underlined word "they" in the 2

nd paragraph refers to:

a. routines
b. computers
c. assignments
d. students
4. According to paragraph 1, schools and universities must:
a. be equipped with new fire alarms.
b. use more technology, especially computers.
c. increase students’ numbers.
d. provide easy exams to students.
5. According to the passage, one of the following sentences is TRUE:
a. computers can improve education very much.
b. computers can prevent students from learning.
c. computers increase the risks of viruses.
d. computers make it difficult to get information online.
6. The purpose of the writer in this passage is:
a. to suggest new programmes for teachers.
b. to encourage the use of technology in education.
c. to inform readers about the best computers.
d. to warn about dangers of the Internet.
B. Answer the following questions:
7. How will education be if schools and universities are equipped with computers?
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GRADE 10

READING COMPREHENSION (2)

Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions that follow:
Travel has become an important part of life, since it has many impactful benefits on
our health, happiness, and more. A travel experience can easily make you happier by
getting you away from your daily grind. And, if you can get away from your parents,
kids, freelance work, pets, homework, piano lessons, part-time job, studying for exams
or any other things possibly weighing you down, that will definitely put a smile on your
face, to say the least.
According to a recent study, money spent on doing something will leave you with a
longer-lasting sense of happiness than money spent on having something. The study says
that waiting for experiences tends to be more positive than waiting for possessions. And,
it goes on to say that waiting for an experience tends to be more pleasurable and exciting
than waiting to receive a material good.
One of the best things you can do for your mental health every now and again is to
disconnect in order to recharge. Working or studying for days, weeks, and months on
end may help get you where you’re looking to go. However, you deserve a break every
once in a while from the chronic stress. If not, you may suffer from depression, anxiety,
and many other problems and ailments.
In a randomized controlled trial conducted by Austrian researchers and published
in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, one of the
many great travel benefits is that it can reduce stress levels and anxiety. The researchers
found that even just one short-term vacation for few days can have large, positive and
immediate effects on perceived stress, recovery and well-being. Furthermore, the
beneficial effects of that short vacation can last quite a while after you return home.
Just make sure the way you travel doesn’t cause you stress. If you have a fear of air
travel or a disdain for family travel, go by rail or take a solo travel experience. The
important thing is to break away from the chronic stress of everyday life in order to calm
down and reset your mind.
A. From a, b, c and d, choose the correct answer:
1. This text is mainly about:
a. the problems of travel.
b. the benefits of travel.
c. the benefits of booking trips online.
d. the benefits of modern technology.

2. The underlined word "disdain" in the 5

th paragraph is closest in meaning to:

a. attack
b. health
c. advantage
d. rejection
3. The underlined word "it" in the 2

nd paragraph refers to:

a. money
b. experience
c. study
d. happiness
4. According to paragraph 1, schools and universities must:
a. The happiness of doing something lasts longer than buying something.
b. The happiness of doing something lasts shorter than buying something.
c. Travel needs a lot of money.
d. Travel to other countries is dangerous.
5. According to the passage, which of the following sentences is NOT TRUE?
a. Travel helps to reset one’s brain.
b. Travel helps to break away from stress.
c. Travel makes one feel happy and relaxed.
d. Travel makes one feel depressed and stressed.
6. The purpose of the writer in this passage is:
a. to warn the reader about the possible dangers of travel.
b. to encourage the reader to focus more on work.
c. to encourage the reader to travel often.
d. to encourage the reader to play more video games.
B. Answer the following questions:
7. ? How can travel affect a person’s psychological and mental health
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