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 السؤال الخامس وفيه قطعة بها 6 فراغات جميعها بايدى مدرسين ممتازين على الكلمات المقررة فى المنهج للصف الاول الثانوى

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Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
1: Dr Zahi Hawass is one of the most famous archaeologists in the world. He was born in Damietta …...1……. 28th May 1947. He often speaks on radio and television, and he often ……2………. in the magazine called "Egypt Today". He wants to …….3….. ancient things  back to Egypt from museums in other countries. Dr Hawass wants the Rosetta Stone to …..4…. in Egypt, too. Egyptian people don't ……5…. these things if they are in other countries. I think that man ……6……. Our respect.


2: The human brain is more complex than the most powerful computer. With it, you can see and smell flowers, remember holidays, feel .....(1)..... and, hear your favourite...(2)........voice.   Your brain receives ....(3)... from your ....(4)...., analyses            sends messages back. Your brain also stores past memories and this makes .....(5)..... and remembering possible. At the same time, your brain controls your breathing, your heart, your body .....(6)....... and your digestion.


  3: Abu Heif was a great athlete. He spent a lot of time ...(1).... in the sea. His father was a primary .....(2).... teacher. At the .....(3)...... of ten, Abu Heif ....(3)...... the Egyptian primary school swimming championship. He ....(4).... to Cairo. There, he ....(5).... at Al-Ahli club. He ....(6).... in April 2008.

  4: Rivers have become …(1)… as a result of throwing…(2)…material from factories into them. Air has become polluted by …(3)…coming from factories and caused by car fumes. Fertilizers and …(4)… are used in agriculture. Crops are …(5)…to kill insects and pests. Above all, atomic and nuclear radiation is destructive and has had …(6)… on our health


 5: We have many famous Egyptians such …(1)…Naguib Mahfouz …(2)…won the Nobel Prize in Literature and Dr Zewail who was awarded it in ...(3)… . Dr El-Baz is the most famous expert in remote …(4)…whose useful information helped the…(5)…who landed on the moon. We are proud …(6)…all of them.


6: Ernest Hemingway was a famous writer. He was ......(1)...... in Chicago. He ...(2).... many stories. "The Old Man and the Sea" is….(3)..... than any of his stories. People see it his most ...(4)..... book . He ...(5).... the Nobel Prize for ....(6).... in 1953.


7: Air pollution has become a serious problem. It damages health and the .....(1).... as well: .....(2).... fumes can also damage our lungs. So, scientists are trying to ....(3)..... vehicles that run on vegetable oil. ....(4)..... cars using batteries will not affect us badly. When there is no oil ...(5)...., pollution will be less. But we'll have to find a ...(6).... for it.


8: Shakespeare was one of the greatest playwrights who ever existed. His ....(1)..... are still performed now. One of his longest ...(2).... made him famous. At the beginning of his life, he wanted to be an ....(3).... . With the help of a rich ....(4)....., he became a great writer. Hamlet and Macbeth are among his ....(5)..... plays. When he got old, he ....(6)..... to Stratford.

9: Cairo is a great city . It is the ............ (1)....... of Egypt It is an important business...(2)........ Its .......(3).. is the largest of any African city. A lot of ..........(4)...... visit Cairo to enjoy seeing its sights. The ........(5)..... Egyptians built many historic buildings. The
......(6)..... are one of them.


10: It only rains every 20 - 50 years in the Western Desert. However, two million .......(1)...... ago, very heavy ...(2).... fell there and a huge quantity of ....... (3) ...... collected under the desert sand. Today, we need this water. We have to thank Dr Farouk El-Baz, one of Egypt's most ........(4) ........ men, for fining it. He is a space scientist and a .......(5)....... and the world's greatest expert in ......(6)...... sensing.


11: Nabawiya Musa was the first famous Egyptian woman to go to high school. She helped other women to succeed in ....(1)... and work. She became the ...(2)... of a girls' school. - Dr. Zahi Hawass is also famous as an ....(3).... He talks about the ....(4)..... on television. He is interested in bringing ...(5)... things back to Egypt. He wants to bring kinds of things like statues, ....(6).... and the Rosetta Stone.


12: Dickens is the' most famous writer in the English language; He is known for his novels about life in the 19th......(l)....... Britain. His father went to prison because he had got into ......(2)..... .Charles went to London to earn his ......(3)....... He saw how hard ......(4)... was for poor people. In "Oliver Twist," he describes the lives of child...(5).... and life in the .......(6)..... where he grew up.


13Bird flu is a serious disease. ....(1)..... can catch it from birds. ....(2)... 2007, more than 300 people caught the disease. But only about half of them ....(3).... . The .....(4)..... started in Asia in 2003. Scientist think the disease is ....(5).... control So, people shouldn't ....(6)......

14: There are some of the rules of hygiene. You should always wash your ....(1).... before a meal. You should have a ......(2)..... or wash once a day in hot weather or when you have been running or been to the ....(3)..... You should be very careful about the ...,(4)..... you eat and the water you drink. Make sure that ....(5)..... and other insects do not land on your food. You must not leave pieces of food or dirty ...(6).... lying around.

...................................................................................................................................................................

Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
1: Dr Zahi Hawass is one of the most famous archaeologists in the world. He was born in Damietta …...1……. 28th May 1947. He often speaks on radio and television, and he often ……2………. in the magazine called "Egypt Today". He wants to …….3….. ancient things  back to Egypt from museums in other countries. Dr Hawass wants the Rosetta Stone to …..4…. in Egypt, too. Egyptian people don't ……5…. these things if they are in other countries. I think that man ……6……. Our respect.

2: The human brain is more complex than the most powerful computer. With it, you can see and smell flowers, remember holidays, feel .....(1)..... and, hear your favourite...(2)........voice.   Your brain receives ....(3)... from your ....(4)...., analyses            sends messages back. Your brain also stores past memories and this makes .....(5)..... and remembering possible. At the same time, your brain controls your breathing, your heart, your body .....(6)....... and your digestion.


  3: Abu Heif was a great athlete. He spent a lot of time ...(1).... in the sea. His father was a primary .....(2).... teacher. At the .....(3)...... of ten, Abu Heif ....(3)...... the Egyptian primary school swimming championship. He ....(4).... to Cairo. There, he ....(5).... at Al-Ahli club. He ....(6).... in April 2008.

  4: Rivers have become …(1)… as a result of throwing…(2)…material from factories into them. Air has become polluted by …(3)…coming from factories and caused by car fumes. Fertilizers and …(4)… are used in agriculture. Crops are …(5)…to kill insects and pests. Above all, atomic and nuclear radiation is destructive and has had …(6)… on our health

 5: We have many famous Egyptians such …(1)…Naguib Mahfouz …(2)…won the Nobel Prize in Literature and Dr Zewail who was awarded it in ...(3)… . Dr El-Baz is the most famous expert in remote …(4)…whose useful information helped the…(5)…who landed on the moon. We are proud …(6)…all of them.

6: Ernest Hemingway was a famous writer. He was ......(1)...... in Chicago. He ...(2).... many stories. "The Old Man and the Sea" is….(3)..... than any of his stories. People see it his most ...(4)..... book . He ...(5).... the Nobel Prize for ....(6).... in 1953.

7: Air pollution has become a serious problem. It damages health and the .....(1).... as well: .....(2).... fumes can also damage our lungs. So, scientists are trying to ....(3)..... vehicles that run on vegetable oil. ....(4)..... cars using batteries will not affect us badly. When there is no oil ...(5)...., pollution will be less. But we'll have to find a ...(6).... for it.

8: Shakespeare was one of the greatest playwrights who ever existed. His ....(1)..... are still performed now. One of his longest ...(2).... made him famous. At the beginning of his life, he wanted to be an ....(3).... . With the help of a rich ....(4)....., he became a great writer. Hamlet and Macbeth are among his ....(5)..... plays. When he got old, he ....(6)..... to Stratford.

9: Cairo is a great city . It is the ............ (1)....... of Egypt It is an important business...(2)........ Its .......(3).. is the largest of any African city. A lot of ..........(4)...... visit Cairo to enjoy seeing its sights. The ........(5)..... Egyptians built many historic buildings. The
......(6)..... are one of them.

10: It only rains every 20 - 50 years in the Western Desert. However, two million .......(1)...... ago, very heavy ...(2).... fell there and a huge quantity of ....... (3) ...... collected under the desert sand. Today, we need this water. We have to thank Dr Farouk El-Baz, one of Egypt's most ........(4) ........ men, for fining it. He is a space scientist and a .......(5)....... and the world's greatest expert in ......(6)...... sensing.
11: Nabawiya Musa was the first famous Egyptian woman to go to high school. She helped other women to succeed in ....(1)... and work. She became the ...(2)... of a girls' school. - Dr. Zahi Hawass is also famous as an ....(3).... He talks about the ....(4)..... on television. He is interested in bringing ...(5)... things back to Egypt. He wants to bring kinds of things like statues, ....(6).... and the Rosetta Stone.

12: Dickens is the' most famous writer in the English language; He is known for his novels about life in the 19th......(l)....... Britain. His father went to prison because he had got into ......(2)..... .Charles went to London to earn his ......(3)....... He saw how hard ......(4)... was for poor people. In "Oliver Twist," he describes the lives of child...(5).... and life in the .......(6)..... where he grew up.

13Bird flu is a serious disease. ....(1)..... can catch it from birds. ....(2)... 2007, more than 300 people caught the disease. But only about half of them ....(3).... . The .....(4)..... started in Asia in 2003. Scientist think the disease is ....(5).... control So, people shouldn't ....(6)......

14: There are some of the rules of hygiene. You should always wash your ....(1).... before a meal. You should have a ......(2)..... or wash once a day in hot weather or when you have been running or been to the ....(3)..... You should be very careful about the ...,(4)..... you eat and the water you drink. Make sure that ....(5)..... and other insects do not land on your food. You must not leave pieces of food or dirty ...(6).... lying around.




1: Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon. What
else does you know about him? He lands on the moon in 1969.1 don't remembered the name of the man who was with him, but I thought Buzz Aldrin was the man.

2: In the 19th century, when Dickens was writing, there was many poor people. Cities like London and Manchester grow up very quickly. Poor people die because they not have enough to eat.
Answers: were - grew - died - did not have

3: When Dickens was still a young boy, his father goes to prison because he has got into debt. Dickens went to work as an office clerk, but he doesn't enjoy this. While he is working as a journalist, he was also writing magazine stories about life in London.

4: Last week we went on a Nile cruise. As soon as we were on board our felucca, the captain and crew of our board introduces themselves to us. While some passengers is reading, others watch the everyday lives of people who lived by the river. We didn't return home until we see fishermen catching fish
5: Ahmed is my best friend. I've know him all my life. We first have met at primary school in 1990. Since then, we has never disagreed over a point. Recently, he has moving to a new house, however we meet every day.

6:  Man has been suffering from pollution nowadays.
My family consists of five persons. Ahmed is the older of my children and Amal is more youngest. We live in a biggest house. No house in the neighbourhood is so big such ours.


Unit 1      
1- Where was Dr El-Baza born and educated?
He was born in Zagazig, and was educated at Ain Shams University.

2- What does Dr El-Baz do?
He is a space scientist and a geologist.

3- What's his job at Boston University?
He is the Director of Remote Sensing.

4- How did Dr El-Baz advise astronauts who landed on the moon? He gave them advice on where to land and how to collect rocks and soil on the moon.

5- How did Dr El-Baz help us in Egypt?
He  helped us find underground water under the Western Desert and Sinai.

Unit 2
1- Where did Oliver Twist grow up?
He grew up in a workhouse
2- Why did Oliver leave the workhouse and go to London?
Life was hard there.
3- Where did Oliver go to live?
He went to live in Fagin's house. Fagin taught a gang how to be thieves.

4- Who did Fagin's boys try to rob?
They tried to rob Mr Brownlow.

5- How was Brownlow kind to Oliver?
He took him back to his house and looked after him.

6- Who kidnapped Oliver and took him back to Fagin?
Bill Sikes, one of the gang, did that.

7- What happened to the gang when they took Oliver to rob Mrs Maylie's house?
The thieves were discovered and arrested.

8- What did Oliver discover about Monks?
Monks was his half brother.
9- Who adopted Oliver and where did they live?
Mr Brownlow adopted Oliver and they went to live with Mrs. Maylie and her niece, Rose.

10- What is the moral of Oliver Twist?
Bad people are punished. Good people  live a happy life.
Unit 3
1-What is the thing that you have in your head that is more powerful than the most powerful computer?
It is my brain

2- What can you do with your brain?
You can see, smell , remember, feel pain and  hear.

3- How much does the brain weigh?
It weighs a kilo.

4- How many cells does your brain have?
It has about a hundred billion cells.

5- What does your brain control?
It controls everything you do

6- How does your brain help you learn and remember?
My brain stores past memories

7- What five senses does the brain receive information from? The ears, the eyes, the skin, the mouth and the nose.
Unit 4
1- Where was Abu Heif born? When?
In Alexandria in 1929.
2- What was his father's job?
He was a primary school teacher.
3- What did he win at the age of ten?
He won the Egyptian primary school swimming championship.

4- When did Abu Heif become internationally famous? In 1951, when he swam across the English Channel.

5- How did Abu Heif break the record?
He swam across the English Channel in 13 hours and 45 minutes, faster than anyone before.

6- Why was Egypt proud of Abu Heif?
He broke the record for crossing the English Channel.

7- How did Egypt honour Abu Heif?
Egypt gave his name to a beach in Alexandria.

8- How did Abu Heif prove he was generous?
He gave his prize money for swimming across the English Channel to the family of a British swimmer who drowned
Unit  5
1- What is the story 'The old Man and the Sea' about?
It's about man's fight against nature.

2- What did Manolin's parents tell him?
Manolin's parents told him to go fishing with a more successful fisherman.

3- Who was worried about Santiago?
Manolin, his apprentice.

4- Why didn't the old man cut the fishing line?
Because he would lose the fish as he wasn't strong enough to pull it to the boat.

5- What does this part of the story tell us about the old man's character?
He has a strong  will and he is patient.

6- Why do you think the old man went fishing alone?
To prove that he is still strong enough to catch fish.

Unit 6
1- How are engines in today's cars better than in the past?
- They burn petrol more efficiently.

]2- How are cars that use petrol and batteries better than early electric cars?
The new car can travel further and faster than the early electric cars.

3- Why is it so important for us to find a replacement for petrol soon?
- Because there will be no oil in the future.

4- What will all cars use in the future?
- In the future, cars will use vegetable oil or batteries.

5- Who and what is to blame for air pollution?
- We blame cars and factories.

Unit 7
1- Why is cleanliness important?
- It protects us from infections.
2- What does cleanliness include?
- It includes hygiene and sanitation.
3- What is the difference between hygiene and sanitation?
- Hygiene is your personal cleanliness and sanitation is public cleanliness.

4- What can bad hygiene and sanitation cause?
- They can cause many stomach infections.

5- Can we see germs? Why?
- We can't see germs because they are very small.

6- What should we do before meals?
- We should wash our hands.

7- How should our hospitals be like?
- Our hospitals should be clean and hygienic.

Unit 8
1- Why does King Lear decide to give up his country?
Because he is old.

2- What does he want to know from his daughters? He wants to know how much they love him.

3-What do Goneril and Regan tell their father?
they love him much more than they really do.
4- Why is Cordelia sent away to France?
Because she doesn't know how to describe her love for her father.

5- Why does Cordelia come to England with French soldiers?
To try to save her father and to take his country back from her two sisters.

6- What happens to Cordelia and her father?
English soldiers arrive in Dover and beat the French. Cordelia and Lear are captured and taken to prison.


Unit 9
1- Which city is the capital of the United States?
It's Washington.
2- What is the importance of New York?
It is one of the most important business centres in the world and a busy port.

3- What is special about New York?
It has the most skyscrapers in the world.
4- What is the Statu of Liberty a symbol of?
It is a symbol of freedom.
5- What do many people think of Paris?
They think it is the most beautiful city in the world.

6- Why is Tokyo important?
It is the capital of Japan and its main business centre.

7- What is the symbol for Cairo and other cities in Egypt?
The Pyramids for Cairo, the Library for Alexandria, the Karnak Temple for Luxor and the High Dam for Aswan.

8- What makes Cairo a good place for tourists to visit?  It has a lot of sights like historic places and buildings, museums and good shops.








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