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 امتحان ادرة بلبيس شرقية 2 ثانوى ترم تانى

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Sharkia 2nd Term; May. 2013
Second Year Sec.
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1] Respond to the following situations:
1. Your sister thinks that watching a book as a film is better than reading it as a text. Disagree politely and give reasons.
2. You are doing a project about an English writer. You ask the librarian to help you.
3. You're trying to convince Tom to visit a certain place which is off the beaten track.
4. You see some demonstrators burning cars and buildings on TV.

2) Say where these mini-dialogues take place and who the speakers are:
1) A) Which tooth seems to have a problem?
B) The one at the front left. It always hurts when I chew on it.
A) Would you open your mouth, please? Yes, it seems you have a slight problem
Place: ……….. Speaker A: ……….. Speaker B:………..
2) A: When exactly do you want to travel?
B: I have to leave on June 17. I’d like two tickets, please.
A: Ok, there’s a flight at 14.55 on the seventeenth.
Place: …………. Speaker A: ………… Speaker B:…………

3) Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d :
1 – While waiting for the train to leave, the passengers ……. to each other.
a) said b) told c) chatted d) laughed
2 – They’re building hundreds of new houses on the …….. of the city.
a) outskirts b) centre c) road’s d) blocks
3 – I’m really enjoying this dessert. Can you tell me what the . . . . are?
a) goods b) ingredients c) mixtures d) contents
4 – We . . . . . to inform passengers that the train will be 20 minutes late.
a) suggest b) announce c) regret d) refuse
5 – The whale . . . . . . the ship and sank it.
a) rallied b) rained c) roamed d) rammed
6 - Although many of Michael Crichton’s books are science fiction stories full of adventure and excitement, they are also . . . . . . tales
a) conditioned b) caution c) cautionary d) factual
7 – A:-Thank you very much for the coffee. B: ……..
a) Don’t mention it b) Why so? c) Don’t speak it d) Good
8 – Before roads were built across the desert, hardly any visitors came to Dakhla. This means . . . . . . . . visitors came to it.
a) no b) very little c) very few d) many
9 – Few of the old parts of the town have been abandoned,. . . . . . . they ?
a) has b)have c) haven't d) hasn't
10 – Never give up keep trying and . . . . . . . . you will succeed.
a) eventually b) after c) last d) before


11 - Humans . . . . . . by scientific experiments which go wrong.
a) can affect b) can be affected c) affect d) don’t affect
12 – Ali, . . . . . . my classmate can ride a horse.
a) who's b) whose c) what d) where
13 – Inside the box was a table and two chairs, . . . to the floor so that they did not move.
a) were fastened b) fastening c) was fastened d) fastened
14 – If the train . . . . . down, I wouldn’t have been late.
a) didn’t break b) doesn’t break c) hadn’t broken c) won’t break
15 – These shoes are going to wear . . . . soon. I’ll have to buy some more.
a) out b) on c) off d) down
16 – ………… I can save enough money, I’ll buy a car.
a) As long as b) As soon as c) Until d) Although

4) Find the mistake in each of the following, then write them correctly:
1 – Ice at the Antarctic is freezing because of global warming.
2 – Holidays in Egypt are popular for all kinds of tourists.
3 – I hope I find myself a flat that is not too cheap so that I can afford it.
4 – St. Catherine is the oldest church in the world.
5 - The roofs are flat in European countries.
6 – It's a secret between you and mine.
5) Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
With the introduction of the Internet into our daily lives, we have changed from a society of eight to two (that works from 8 am to 2 pm) into a twenty four-hour society. Everything in this lifestyle is open all hours. You can buy your grocery at midnight, book your holiday on the Internet at 3 am and do business online at dawn.
Before you join the 24-hour revolution, take a minute to listen to what your body is trying to tell you. This "round the clock" lifestyle is not what the Great Creator intended for us.
In an area of our brains, we have a "body clock" that controls our body's natural rhythms. It tells us when it is the right time to eat, sleep, work or play. It plays an important part in our physical and psychological well-being. It is, in fact, what makes us control many things including our hormones, temperatures, immune system and activity. It regulates the tempo and brings in all the different instruments on time to make music rather than noise. If we try to ignore our body clocks, or even to switch them off for a while, we not only deprive ourselves of much needed rest, but we also run the risk of seriously damaging our health. Accordingly, we need to have a daily routine.

a. Answer the following questions:
1- Which lifestyle does the writer prefer?
2 - Are you for or against the daily routine? Why?
3 - What does "It" in the third paragraph refer to?




b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. A 24-hour society means a society that works ......................... .
a - day and night. b - day only.
c - night only. d - from 8 am to 2 pm.
5. If you switch off your "body clock", .......
a - you'll benefit your health b - you'll damage your health
c – you’ll enjoy your life. d - you'll be successful.

6) Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
I cannot isolate myself from the current events that take place in my beloved country nearly every day. I feel proud when I watch on TV promising young people reflecting on an achievement of their own. Some have put plans to exploit the banks of the Nile in a way that will help economy and beautify them as well. Others speak about inventing cars that run on other fuels rather than petrol. Another group has formed an association with the aim of setting up small projects for poor families, and many good examples of the true Egyptian character that has overcome many challenges over the years showing its true mettle in hard times.
Such positive members deserve all respect and I invite every honourable person to follow in their steps. Everyone can help their country in their places. As a student you should study well and seek knowledge everywhere so that you can benefit your country when you grow up. You can play a social role, too. You can form a small society to clean your area and spread awareness among people to keep it clean. You can plant trees on the sides of the roads and streams. You may help with teaching illiterate people to read and write. You can do many useful things, but never be one of those irresponsible figures who burn our dreams of progress and prosperity.
a) Answer the following questions:
1 – What has impressed the writer well?
2 – How many examples of good planning does the writer give?
3 – Find in the text words which mean:
a) persons b) present
b) Choose the correct answer:
1 – The Egyptians prove that they are great as they . . . . . . .
a) are irresponsible b) burn others’ properties
c) are capable of reaching their goals. d) clean their areas.

2 – Students may help their country in . . . . . . . .
a) one way b) two ways c) three ways d) different ways.

7. The Reader (Gulliver’s Travels)
A) Answer the following questions:
1 – Why was the farmer willing to sell Gulliver to the Queen?
2 – What were some of the bad things that happened to Gulliver at the palace?
3 - How did the King of Brobdingnag show his sympathy with Gulliver? What was Gulliver’s reaction?
4 – How far was Captain Wilcocks helpful to Gulliver?
B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
“You’re very lucky because you've escaped to a better place, where people want to grow food rather than make war.”
a. Who said this to whom?
b. What did the listener think about his own country?
c. Do you think the listener had escaped to a better place? Why?

C) Find and correct the mistakes in the following:
1 – Glumdalclitch refused to remain in the palace with Gulliver.
2 – Gulliver’s wife wanted him to go on a new journey after spending some time with them.

8) Tourism is one of the backbones of our economy. Write a paragraph of about 100 words showing how it could flourish.

9)A) Translate into Arabic:
Poverty and unemployment is a time bomb. Unless we exert extraordinary efforts to uproot them, we’ll suffer much. The government cannot do this alone; we all should give hand to face that problem.

B)Translate into English:
1 – لا بد من مواجهة مشكلة حرق قش الارز ، لما لذلك من آثار مدمرة على البيئة.
2 – يجب تعلم مهارات الكمبيوتر وكيفية استخدام الإنترنت بطريقة مفيدة.



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