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بنك أسئلة اختبارات انجليزي حادي عشر ف2 #التوجيه الفني 2021 2022

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بنك أسئلة اختبارات انجليزي حادي عشر ف2 #التوجيه الفني 2021 2022

بنك أسئلة اختبارات محلول انجليزي حادي عشر ف2 #التوجيه الفني 2021 2022

From a, b, c and d, choose the best answer to the following questions: 

1. How are early radios and TVs different from the sets today? 
a- They were large, light and in metal cases. 
b- They were large, heavy and in wooden cases. 
c- They were able to broadcast digital programmes. 
d- They were able to send satellite programmes in seconds. 

2. The Media is a double-edged weapon. How? 
a- It brings the latest news, but it isn't always true. 
b- It has a wide range of news programmes that are always true. 
c- It has a negative effect on public opinion, therefore it shouldn’t be trusted. 
d- It brings about the most recent events and always corrects the views of the pubic. 

3. Why do you think media has to be as truthful as possible? 
a- Because it has a huge impact on public opinion and societies. 
b- Because it has a huge variety of TV. programmes. 
c- Because it has the ability to broadcast news only. 
d- Because it has a wide range of political programmes only.

Answer the following questions:

1. In your opinion, what effects does media have on society? 
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           2. What is the policy of Kuwait's official media based on? 

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  3.What are the positive effects of media on the society?  

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4. What are the negative effects of media on the society?  
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 5. Why is it necessary to keep media under control?

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6. What are the characteristics of a good digital camera?  

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7. In what occasions are digital cameras used?

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8. People nowadays enjoy better choices of media than what people had in the past.  Discuss.

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9. How has heavy dependence on modern means of communication affected us negatively?

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10. How has the field of media changed throughout history?    

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Write on the following topic: (Argumentative)

 “Mass media is a means of reporting and delivering information. Therefore, its effect is     double-sided. Some people think it is a good tool with many advantages; while others    believe it has a bad effect on people.” Plan and write an essay of 14 sentences (160 words) discussing the two points of view and stating your own position on this issue. NB: (Your writing should include an introduction two-body paragraphs and a conclusion) 

Outline 

Introduction:

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Body:
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Write on the following topic: (Descriptive)

“Smartphones are almost available in every hand. Regardless the brand names, every one of us wishes to have some special features on their phones.” 

Plan and write a descriptive essay of 14 sentences (160 words) describing the features you like to have on your phone and stating how important they are in your life. 

NB: (Your writing should include an introduction two-body paragraphs and a conclusion) 
 

Outline 

Introduction:

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Body:
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Read the following Passage carefully, then answer the questions that follows: 

These days, computers and information technology are common around the world. Because of this, many words related to computers are used in everyday conversations. For example, almost everyone knows the word "hacker". Hackers are excellent programmers. They can write programmes that are efficient and even artistic. 

The term "hacker" was first used at MIT (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology) around 1969. The word "hack" was already in use at MIT to describe student pranks. These were often very creative tricks or jokes. Computers were new to universities at that time, and there were not many computer manuals available. So, the students had to figure things out by themselves. In the process, they often wrote small sections of code to make programmes do what they wanted. This soon became known as "hacking" because the students had to use their creativity, just as they used their creativity for their pranks. Because of this history, hackers consider themselves curious people. They use hacking to satisfy their curiosity and to learn new computer skills, but they do not believe in destroying information or causing trouble. 

In fact, hackers have a moral belief "Do no harm." They believe it is all right to look into a computer system for any weak points, as long as none of the data is damaged. In addition, they always notify the administrator of the system so that the weakness can be repaired. On the other hand, some unkind programmers use weaknesses in systems. Hackers call these people "crackers." Crackers are people who break into computer systems for selfish reasons. Sometimes they steal information, and sometimes they release viruses into the systems. Hackers are not happy when computer criminals are called hackers.  

Hackers are sometimes hired by companies to test computer security. This kind of hacker is called a "white hat." The white hat will try to break into the company's computer system. If he or she finds a way to break in, the company can fix the problem. Crackers also try to break into computer systems, but they are not invited. In recent years, even governments have been hiring hackers to improve national security. 
 

A- From a, b, c and d, choose the correct answer: 

1. What is the best title for this passage
    a. Hackers and Crackers        b. Hackers and Computers       c. Hackers and Programmes      d. Hackers and Governments   

2. The underlined word “pranks” in the 2nd paragraph is close in meaning to:
a. students        b. sections       c. tricks d. programmes  

3. The underlined word “they” in the 4th paragraph refers to:
       a. reasons       b. systems       c. weaknesses        d. crackers  

4. According to the 2nd paragraph, MIT used the word “hack” to describe…
 a. computer manuals. b. creative students’ pranks. c. new computer systems. d. new students at universities. 

5. What is the author’s purpose in writing this passage?
 a. To teach readers about the work of the hackers
 b. To inform readers about the origin of the word “hacker
 c. To show readers how crackers help computer companies
d. To tell readers about the difference between hackers and crackers

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