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تدريب على قطعة الاستيعاب انجليزي تاسع ف2 #م. عمرة الأنصارية 2021 2022

تدريب على قطعة الاستيعاب انجليزي تاسع ف2 #م. عمرة الأنصارية 2021 2022

اسئلة قطعة الاستيعاب في الاختبار النهائي نوعين فقط : ( Choose اختار الإجابة الصحيحة ) و (Answer the following questions  اجب عن الاسئلة التالية )  وفيما يلي بعض قع الاستيعاب التي وردت في اختبارات سابقة

Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions below

Technology is shaping tomorrow’s society by shaping today’s teenagers. Nowadays, teens seem incapable of having a quality face-to-face conversation that lasts more than two minutes. Experts attribute this to the lack of meaningful interaction and social habits,  which are a direct consequence of modern technology. Basically, people have the need to be connected to each other 24 hours a day, 7 days a week but never in person. Technology can be seen as a social obstacle. I myself have been caught up in technological web. When I want to see my friends, I just video chat them on skype. It is easier to see them that way than taking the time to meet them in person. I can also talk to the whole group at the same time in one call instead of meeting them one by one. Technology can give you access to a whole new world of people and information. Without the internet, I wouldn’t be able to find facts about things as varied as computers, cars, and cameras quite as quickly and easily. Sites such as YouTube allow you to watch anything from a funny video to a lesson on Physics. People learn more about each other through Instagram and Facebook. Yet we need to be really careful not to get too obsessed with it as it will steal your time and keep you quite isolated and unsociable.

A) Choose the best answer from a, b, c and d: ( 6 X 2 = 12 Ms)

9. ……………. The underlined word attribute in line 3 means

a) avoid 

b) refer

 c) stick

 d) learn

10.…………….  The word them in line 7 refers to 

a) friends

 b) sites

 c) minutes

 d) facts

11. ……………. The main idea of the 2nd paragraph is

a) Why teens like to use Facebook 

b) Things you find on the internet.

c) how to stop using the internet

 d) how the writer meets his friends online
12. ……………. The purpose of the writer is to

a) inform the readers of the good and bad sides of using technology

b) entertain the readers with a story about online meeting

c) persuade his leaders to avoid using Facebook and Instagram

d) tell readers more about technology in schools

13.…………….  Technology can give you access to a new world of 

a) face-to-face conversation

 b) in person meeting with friends

c) people and information

 d) visits and camping trips

14. All the following statements are TRUE except

a) teens seem incapable of having a quality face-to-face conversation

b) People can’t know more about each other on Instagram

c) You need the internet to find information about varied things.

d) People have the need to be connected to each other.

B)Answer the following questions : (2 x 2= 4 Ms )

15. ? How does the writer like to meet with his friends

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16.? Why should people be more carful when using technology

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-Read the following passage carefully, then answer the questions below
Doctors in Britain are worried because British teenagers eat lots of crisps, sweets and fatty food. Most teenagers don’t eat enough fruits or vegetables and more than one million British school children are overweight. Some teenagers say that they don’t have time to eat good food, but kids who have a poor diet often have health problems when they are older . Americans have been familiar with fast food for a long time; it was born there. American fast food is now a part of life far beyond the shores of the United States. McDonald’s, Pizza Hut and Burger King have restaurants all over the world. No one can disagree that the idea of fast food at a fair price has its place around the world. These restaurants are popular simply because they fit most people’s income and are everywhere . A regular diet of burgers, fries and soda may seem tasty, but it won’t nourish your body with the vitamins and minerals you need to stay healthy. Fast food lacks many important nutrients. Some parents do not like the increase of fast-food restaurants where people eat high-calorie foods of low nutritional value. They know how bad for health this is. Now doctors are giving young people books and games about a good diet. Having a healthy, well-balanced diet can help you feel better and live longer.

A) Choose the best answer from a, b, c and d: ( 6 X 2 = 12 Ms)

9. ? What is the best title for this text

a. Fast-Food Prices

 b. A Balanced Diet

c. Good taste, Bad for Health

 d. A Healthy Lifestyle

10.: The underlined word “nourish” in the 3rd paragraph means

a. feed

 b. lack

 c. increase

 d. taste

11. : The underlined pronoun “they” in the 1st paragraph refers to

a. crisps

 b. children

 c. doctors

 d. teenagers

12.? What makes fast food restaurants popular around the world

a. They are rich in vitamins.

 b. People like to eat high-calorie foods.

c. Fast food restaurants are unhealthy 

d. They fit most people’s income

13. ?What is the effect of poor diets on kids

a. They often spend all their money.

b. They often have health problems later.

c. They need them read more books

d. They have a lot of minerals.

14.?  What is the writer’s purpose of writing this text

a. to advise us to have a healthy, well-balanced diet

b. to inform us about McDonald’s and Pizza Hut

c. to persuade us to run a fast-food restaurant

d. to tell us about the good effect of burgers and fries.

B)Answer the following questions : (2 x 2= 4 Ms )

15. ? How do doctors help young people to avoid fast food

______________________________________________________________________

16.? Why is fast food unhealthy

______________________________________________________________________

Read the following passage carefully, and then answer the questions below
I’ve just finished my first week at a new school and I would like to tell you about it. Like other children in my country, I went to primary school until I was eleven and then I had to go to a different school for older children. I loved my primary school, but I was excited to move to a new school.

 It was very strange on our first day. There were some kids from my primary school there, but most of the children in my year group were from different schools. But I soon started talking to the boy who was sitting beside me in maths. He lives near me, so we walked home together. We are best friends now

. When I saw our timetable, there were lots of subjects, some were quite new to me! Lessons are harder now. They are longer and the subjects are more difficult, but the teachers help us a lot.

 At primary school we had all our lessons in one classroom. Now each subject is taught in a different room. It was difficult to find the classrooms at first because the school is so big. But the teachers gave us each a map of the school, so it is getting easier now. The worst thing is that I have lots more homework to do now. Some of it is fun but I need to get better at remembering when I have to give different pieces of work to the teachers

A) Choose the correct answer from a , b ,c and d

9.? What could be the best title for this passage
a. Starting a New Hobby

b. Moving to a New Country

c. Moving to a New House

d. Starting at a New School

10. The underlined word “excited” in the 1st paragraph means

a. safe

 b. busy

 c. tired

 d. happy

11.? What does the underlined word "it" in the last paragraph refer to

a. map

 b. school

 c. worst thing 

d. homework

12.? Who has become the writer’s best friend at his new school

a. Someone he knew before school

b. Someone from his primary school

c. Someone from a different year group

d. Someone who was sitting beside him in maths

13. ? According to the passage, which of the following is NOT TRUE

a. Now, the writer studies each subject in a different room.

b. In the writer’s country, students change school at the age of 10.

c. Most of the students in the writer’s class were from different schools.

d. The subjects the writer is studying are more difficult than in the primary school.

14. The purpose of the writer is to

a. thank his teachers

b. introduce his best friend

c. describe his new school life

d. complain about his homework

B) Answer these questions:- ( 4X2 1⁄2 = 10 Marks)

24. ? How does the writer describe his teachers
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25. ? Concerning homework, what is the writer’s hardest thing
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