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U.1 Famous Egyptians 1- What did Dr El-Baz use to find underground water? - He used Remote Sensing. He used photographs which he took from satellites. 2- What do you know about Dr El-Baz? - He was born in Zagazig and was educated at Ain Shams University. - He is a space scientist and geologist. - He is the Director of Remote Sensing at Boston University - He is the world's greatest expert in Remote Sensing. 3- What is Remote Sensing? - It is the use of satellites to find water under deserts. 4- Which project landed men on the moon? - The Apollo Space Project landed men on the moon. 5- What advice did Dr El-Baz give to astronauts? - He gave advice on where astronauts should land and told them how to collect rocks on the moon and take photographs. 6-Why is Remote Sensing so important in Egypt and other countries today? - Because it is important to have enough water and find minerals . 7- Why do you think Egypt has so many good squash players? - Because they work hard, practise every day, start playing when they are young and do not give up. 8- How do you think scientists like Dr El-Baz can change our lives in the future? - They can discover underground water and minerals. 9- If you were successful and famous, what would you hope to give back to your country? I would take part in developing my country economically l^ and socially. 10- In your opinion, what made Dr El-Baz a successful scientist and geologist? - He is hard working, has a strong will and honest . 11-What do you think Dr Zahi Hawass does to restore Egypt's glory? - He tries hard to bring back Egypt's things like statues, jewellery and Rosetta Stone from other countries. 12- Why is Dr Zewail famous? - Because he discovered the femtosecond and won the Nobel Prize for chemistry. 13-Can you tell us about another Egyptian who won the Nobel Prize? Who is he? - Yes, Naguib Mahfouz won the Nobel Prize for literature. 14- What do you know about Ramy Ashour? - He is a famous squash player who won important championships in squash.
U.2 Charles Dickens
1- Why did Oliver leave the workhouse and go to London? Because when he asked for more food in the workhouse, he was punished. 2- What did Fagin teach the gang? He taught the gang how to be thieves. 3- Show that Mr. Brown low was kind. He stopped the police from arresting Oliver. Then he took Oliver to his house and looked after him. 4- What happened to the thieves when they broke into Mrs. Maylie's house? The thieves were discovered and Oliver was shot. 5- Who adopted Oliver in the end and where did they live? Mr. Brownlow adopted Oliver in the end and they went to live with Mrs. Maylie and Rose. 6- Why do you think Mr. Brownlow stopped the police from arresting Oliver? He felt sorry for Oliver. He wanted to give him a chance in life. 7- How do you think Oliver felt about his life in the workhouse? Life was hard for the poor boy who was punished when he asked for more food. 8- Do you think children have an easier life today? Account for your answer. No, because there are child workers and children who live in the streets. Life is hard for them. 9- How do you think Oliver felt when he found that Rose was his mother's sister? He felt very happy and surprised because he was miserable and wanted a family to live with. 10- Why do you think Charles Dickens was the most famous writer in the English language? Because he wrote about life in the nineteenth - century Britain in his novels.
U.3 The power of the mind
1- How are Drams compared with computers? Brains are more complex and powerful than computers. 2- What can you do with your brains? You can see, smell flowers, remember holidays, feel pain, hear your favourite singer's voice and think. 3- How does your brain control what you do? It controls everything you do. It receives information from your senses, analyses it, then sends messages. 4- How do our senses work together? When you eat something, your brain receives messages from your eyes, mouth and nose. 5- Give examples of what the brain can do. - It stores past memories and this makes learning and remembering possible. - It controls your breathing, your body temperature and your digestion. 6- Which of the five senses is the most important? Why? The sense of sight is the most important because you can't read a book, watch TV or operate a computer without it. 7- In your opinion, how would your life be difficult without this sense? I'll live in complete darkness and I'll depend on the other senses. 8- How, do you think, we can help people who have lost one of their senses? By training them to depend on the other senses. 9- Do you think people who cannot hear or see can help us in any way? If someone loses one of the senses, the other senses become stronger than normal people, so we can make use of the stronger senses of these people. 10- In your opinion, is it a good thing or a bad thing if we all like the same things we see, hear and taste? It is not a good thing because difference makes variety in life. 11-Why, do you think, that the human brain is incredible? Because it is capable of remembering people's names and telephone numbers easily.
U.4 People and their lives
1- What did Abu- Heif win at the age of ten? He won the Egyptian primary school swimming championship. 2- What did he win in 2001? He won a prize as the best swimmer of the 20th century. 3- When did he become internationally famous? He became internationally famous when he crossed the English Channel in 1951. 4- What happened in 1963 for Abu-Hief? He won the Montreal swimming race. 5- How did Egypt honour Abu - Heif? They gave his name to a beach at Al-Anfoushi. 6- Give an example to show that Abu Heif-was generous. He gave his prize money for swimming the English Channel to the family of the British swimmer who drowned while crossing it. 7- What do you think Abu-Heif s greatest quality was? He was loyal because he postponed retirement JI^VI after a request from President Nasser. 8- In your opinion, what can we do to make sure that people do not forget heroes from the past? School subjects must deal with heroes and we should give them positions to benefit from their experience. 9- Why, do you think, important people wanted to meet Abu Heif when he was famous? Because they were proud of him. 10-Why do you think most young Egyptians had never heard of Abu-Heif? Because newspapers, radio and television do not give them any information about Abu-Heif.
U.5 Ernest Hemingway
1- Why did Mandolin's parents tell him to work with a more successful fisherman? Because Santiago had not caught a fish for nearly three months. 2- What did Santiago do after 84 days with no fish? He sailed a long way out to sea alone. On the 85th day, a big marlin, had taken the bait. 3- Why did the marlin pull the boat along? Because the old man was not strong enough to pull it to the boat. 4- Why was the old man in great pain for two days and nights? Because he had the fishing line round his body.
5- Why didn't the old man cut the fishing line? He was determind that the fish would not escape. 6- Why do you think, the old man went fishing alone? To prove that he was still capable, despite his old age, to earn hi living. 7- What do you think this story shows us about people like Santiago? I think such people have a strong will despite their old age. 8- What's your opinion of the old man's character? He is a great role model .He never gives up . He doesn't want nature to beat him. He is brave as he kills seven sharks. 9- Why do you think Mandolin, Santiago's young apprentice, stayed with him? Because he admired the old man for his courage and strong will . 10-"The Old Man and the Sea" is a story of one man's fight against nature. Who do you think wins the fight? Nature wins in spite of the old man's fierce fight.. 11-Why do you think Ernest Hemingway was a talented writer? Because he wrote different novels about war and won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1953.
U.6 Tomorrow's world 1- How is air pollution a big problem? Air is polluted with exhaust fumes which can damage our health as well as the environment. 2- How are the engines in today's cars better than in the past? They burn petrol more efficiently. 3- How are cars that use engines and batteries better than early electric cars? When the battery is empty, the petrol engine takes over and this recharges the battery. Early cars ran out of fuel when the battery was empty. 4- What may car batteries use in a few years9 time? They may use hydrogen and oxygen. 5- Why is it so important for us to find a replacement for petrol soon? Because in the future there will be no oil. 6- What other things could people use for fuel in the future? People could use alchohol, solar power, wind energy and vegetable oil. 7- Do you think air pollution will get better or worse in the future? Why? I think air pollution will get worse in the future because people are still building factories and cars are increasing in number. 8- Do you think it is important to spend time trying to solve the problem of exhaust pollution? Why? Yes, it is important to spend time trying to solve the problem of exhaust pollution because exhaust gases damage our health as well as the environment. 9- What do you think will happen when there is no oil? People will depend on other sources of energy such as the sun, water and the wind. 10- In your opinion, how can we solve the problem of pollution? We can solve it by using sources of energy other than petrol which do not cause pollution. 11-Why, do you think, people buy modern cars? Because they have a computer that controls the engine and reports any problem. They also have a satellite navigation system which will show the quickest route and tell about traffic-jams .
U.7 Health and safety
1- When do humans catch bird flu? They catch bird flu when they are near infected birds. 2- Who can catch bird flu? Wild birds, chickens, domestic cats and people can catch it, 3- How can people protect themselves from bird flu? People can protect themselves by washing well if they have been in contact with infected birds. 4- Where did the bird flu start? The recent outbreak started in Asia in 2003. But by 2005 to 2006, there were new outbreaks in Africa, the Middle East and Europe. 5- Why is cleanliness important? Because it protects us from infections. 6- How do some stomach problems begin? By a child with dirty hands passing germs to other children or to food. 7- Mention two rules of hygiene. - You should always wash your hands before a meal and take a bath more often in hot weather or after exercise. - You should keep food clean and covered up. 8- How do you think we can make sure that children wash their hands? If they get the habit of washing them, so we can make sure that children wash their hands regularly. 9- What do you think you should do if you are not sure whether food is bad or not? I shouldn't eat it at all. 10- What public places should always be very clean and hygienic? Why is this important? Restaurants, schools, universities and all public places should always be very clean and hygienic because a lot of people gather in these places.
U.8 William Shakespeare 1- Why did Shakespeare leave school at the age of 14? Because his family did not have much money. 2- When did he go to London and what did he do there? He went in 1592. He was a well known actor and playwright. He wrote two plays a year which were performed at the Globe theatre in London. 3- How did he make a lot of money? He part - owned the Globe theatre. 4- What does King Lear want to know before he gives his money to his daughters? He wants to know how much his daughters love him. 5- Why is Cordelia sent away? Because she doesn't know how to describe her love for her father. 6- What does Lear do when he discovers he has made a mistake? He wanders around the country with his two friends until they arrive in Dover. 7- Who puts Cordelia and Lear into prison? Why? The English soldiers who are working for Goneril and Regan, because Cordelia and Lear are trying to take power from them. 8- How do you think Cordelia feels when she hears what has happened to her father? She feels very sad and sorry because she loves him very much. 9- Why do you think King Lear believes Goneril and Regan? Because they tell him what he wants to hear. 10- Why do you think that Lear wanders around the country? He probably does not want to live with the two dishonest daughters.
U.9 It's a small world
1- What is London famous for? It is famous for so many historic buildings and wonderful places to visit: museums, theatres, beautiful shops and big parks. 2- What are the disadvantages of living in a crowded city? Means of transport are crowded, there are big traffic jams and the air is polluted. 3- What is New York famous for? It is famous for the Statue of Liberty which is a symbol of freedom, It has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world. Its most famous buildings are the Empire State Building and the Chrysler building. 4- What do many people think of Paris? How do you know? They think it is the most beautiful city in the world. Every year two million tourists visit it. 5- What is the most popular place to visit in Paris? It is the Eiffel Tower, a tall metal structure which is the symbol of Paris. 6- Why is Tokyo overcrowded? Because seven per cent of the population of the country live there, 7- Why does Japan have the worst pollution in the world? Because its fast wide roads .are filled with traffic. It has skyscrapers like New York. 8- What do you think of Cairo? It has the largest population of all cities in Africa. It is an important centre of tourism. 9- What do you think the things that make Cairo a good place for tourists to visit are? They are : historical sites, the Pyramids, museums and good shopping. 10- In your opinion, is it important for cities to have symbols like the Eiffel Tower? Why? Yes, symbols identify and represent the city. They are useful for tourist agencies as a way of advertising the city.
..................................................................................................................................................................... 1. What does Dr El-Baz do? A space scientist and a geologist. 2. What is remote sensing? Using Satellites to take pictures of the earth to help countries find water, oil and metals under the desert. 3. How did Dr El-Baz help us in Egypt? Finding the place of water under the Desert and Sinai. 4. What do you think of Dr El-Baz? He is loyal to Egypt, although he works in America. 5. How can scientists like Dr El-Baz change lives of people? They can help people find water, oil and metals under deserts. Water will change the deserts into green land. Oil and metals are important for industry. 6. What qualities can make such great scientists like Dr Baz? A successful scientist must be hard-working, clever, careful and knowledgeable. 7. Can these qualities make sports stars like Ramy Ahour? Yes, a sports star must be hard working, clever, and patient and train hard every day. 8. What can great scientists and sports stars give back to their countries? They set examples to young people. They can help their countries each in his field. Unit 2 9. Where did Oliver Twist grow up? Why? He grew up in a workhouse because his mother died when he was born 10. Why did Oliver leave the workhouse and go to London? When he was punished forasking for more food . 11. How was Brownlow kind to Oliver?He took him to his house and looked after him. 12. Who kidnapped Oliver and took him back to Fagin? Sikes 13. What happened to the gang when they took Oliver to rob Mrs Maylie's house? They were arrested 14. What did Oliver discover about Monks? Monks was his half brother. He wanted Oliver to be in trouble to get all their father's money. 15. Who adopted Oliver and where did they live? Mr Brownlow and they went to live with Mrs Maylie. 16. Did Oliver do the right thing when he became a thief ? Did he have a choice? No, Oliver didn't do the right thing when he became a thief. But he had no choice. 17. Why do you think Mr Brownlow stopped the police from arresting Oliver? he felt that Oliver had no choice when he ran away from the workhouse. Mr Brownlow believed Oliver and wanted to help him. 18. What can we say about the character of Brownlow? He was kind - hearted, helpful and charitable. 19. In what way do you think Mr Brownlow was rewarded for helping Oliver? He lived happily with Oliver, Mrs Maylie and Rose. 20. What is the moral of Oliver Twist? Bad people are punished. Good people lead a happy life. 21. How should society look after children like Oliver today? They should provide them with the knowledge and skills which enable them to earn their living in the future. 22. How is life better for children now than it was hi the 19th century? Each child has the right to a name and a nationality. Children have the right to education and fun. 23. Make a list of the jobs your parents do in your home. Washing clothes, cleaning the flat, sweeping the floor, cooking and helping their children in doing their homework. 24. Are they paid or rewarded for this work? No, they are rewarded by their children who love them. 25. What kind of work do people do without being paid? Working in charities. Volunteering to help old people, disabled children. Teaching the illiterate to read and write. 26. What do you think life was like for Fagin's boys? It was a poor, miserable and unhappy life. 27. Do you think the rest of Oliver's life is going to be happy? Why? Why not? I think the rest of Oliver's life is going to be happy as Mr Brownlow is a kind - hearted man. 28. What was life like in Egypt in the nineteenth century? Farmers did not own their land. Women were not working or taking part in public life. Child workers were badly paid. Unit 3 29. What is the thing that you have in your head that is more powerful than the most powerful computer? It is my brain. 30. What can you do with your brain? You can see, smell flowers, remember holidays, feel pain, and hear your favourite singer's voice and think. 31. How much does the brain weigh? It weighs a kilo. 32. How many cells does your brain have? A hundred billion 33. What does your brain control? It controls everything you do. It controls one's breathing, heart, body temperature and digestion. 34. What happens when you put your hand in hot water? My brain receives the message "very hot" from my hand, then immediately sends a message back to my hand ' Take your hand out of the water". 35. Why is it difficult to taste different fruits if you hold your nose and close your eyes? Because our senses often work together. 36. What happens when you eat something? When I eat something, my brain receives messages from my mouth, eyes and nose. 37. How does your brain help you learn and remember? My brain stores past memories and this makes learning and remembering possible. 38. What five senses does the brain receive information from? Sight, touch, hearing, smell and taste. 39. Do we all like the same things that we see, hear and taste? Why? No, we don't because we are not the same. 40. Which of the five senses is the most important? I think "sight", is the most important of the five senses. 41. How would life be different without the sense of sight? We wouldn't be able to read books, watch TV or enjoy life. 42. How can we help people who have lost one of their senses? By developing their knowledge and skills. Unit 4 43. Where was Abu Heif born? When? In Alexandria in 1929. 44. How did he spend his time as a boy? He spent a lot of time swimming in the sea. 45. What did he win at the age of ten? The Egyptian primary school swimming championship. 46. When did Abu Heif become internationally famous? In 1951, when he swam across the English Channel. 47. How did Abu Heif break the record? He swam across the English Channel faster than anyone before. 48. How long did Abu Heif swim in Montreal race? He swam for 30 hours without a break. 49. Why was Egypt proud of Abu Heif? He broke the record for crossing the English Channel . 50. How did Egypt honour Abu Heif? Egypt gave his name to a beach at Al Anfoushi. 51. How did Abu Heif prove he was generous? He gave his prize money for the family of a British swimmer who drowned 52. What made Abu Heif a great hero? = How can we have heroes like Abu Heif? He cared for his health a lot and trained hard regularly. 53. What qualities did Abu Heif have that made him such a great man? Loyalty to his country and national pride 54. What makes someone a national hero like Abu Heif? They become world famous for their achievements. 55. What can we do to make sure people do not forget heroes from the past? We can show them on TV to remind people of past heroes. We can also teach our students about them Unit 5 56. What is the story 'The old Man and the Sea' about? It's about man's fight against nature. 57. What did Manolin's parents tell him?To go fishing with a more successful fisherman. 58. What happened to the marlin as the old man pulled it?Sharks attacked. Only its skeleton remained. 59. Why didn't the old man cut the fishing line? Not to lose the fish as he wasn't strong enough to pull it. 60. What does this part of the story tell us about the old man's character? =What does this story show us about people like Santiago? =Why do you think the young apprentice, Manolin likes the old man so much? =What do you think the young man learns from Santiago? He has a strong will. He is patient, brave and hopeful. Santiago is a good example to be followed. 61. Why do you think the old man went fishing alone? To prove that he is still strong enough to catch fish alone. 62. "The Old Man and the Sea" is a story of one man's against nature. Who do you think wins the fight? Man wins the fight against nature as he succeeded in getting a big fish despite his pain and struggle to get it. 63. Being a fisherman can be a dangerous job. What other dangerous jobs can you think of? A fireman - policeman: It is a dangerous job as he may lose his life to save others. 64. What qualities are needed by people who want to do dangerous jobs? They have to be patient, hard-working, efficient, energetic, ambitious, reliable and helpful. 65. Why do you think some people choose to do dangerous jobs? Would you like to do one of them? 66. They are brave. They are ready to give their lives to save others from any danger. Yes, I would like to do one of them because I like to help people. Unit 6 67. How are engines in today's cars better than in the past? They burn petrol more efficiently. 68. How are cars that use petrol and batteries better than early electric cars? They can travel further and faster than the early electric cars. 69. What may car batteries use in the future? Energy out of hydrogen and oxygen. 70. Why is it so important for us to find a replacement for petrol soon? There will be no oil in the world and we will need energy badly. 71. What is air pollution a big problem for? For the environment and people everywhere. 72. What will all cars use in the future? In the future, cars will use vegetable oil or batteries. 73. Who and what is to blame for pollution and for damaging the environment? = What is the reason for air pollution? Man who misuse cars and factories that produce a lot of exhaust fumes. 74. What can we do about the problem of pollution? We can use electric cars, plant more trees Move factories to places where no people live. Unit 7 75. Why is cleanliness important? It protects us from infections. 76. What does cleanliness include? It includes hygiene and sanitation. 77. What is the difference between hygiene and sanitation? Hygiene is your personal cleanliness. Sanitation is public cleanliness. 78. What can bad hygiene and sanitation cause? They can cause many stomach infections. 79. Can we see germs? Why? We can't see germs because they are very small. 80. What should we do before meals? We should wash our hands. 81. How should we keep food? Why? We should cover food to stop flies landing on it. 82. Why mustn’t we have dirty dishes or pieces of food lying around? Because they attract insects which pass infections to us. 83. What happens if you eat food from a damaged tin? You become ill because it can be bad and poisonous. 84. How dangerous is out-of-date food? It can pass infection or illness to us. 85. What should parents teach their children? Why? How to protect them from infections to be healthy. 86. How should our hospitals be like? Our hospitals should be well-equipped and hygienic. Unit 8 87. Why does King Lear decide to give up his country? Because he is old. 88. What does he want to know from his daughters? How much they love him. 89. What do Goneril and Regan tell their father? They love him much more than they really do. 90. Why is Cordelia sent away to France? She doesn't know how to describe her love for her father. 91. What happens to Cordelia when the king sends her away? She marries the king of France. 92. What terrible mistake does King Lear make? He gives his country and money to his two daughters Goneril and Regan who don't really love him. 93. What is the truth about Goneril and Regan? They said that they loved their father so that they could have his money and his country. 94. Why does Cordelia come to England with French soldiers?To save her father and to take his country back from her sisters. 95. What happens to Cordelia and her father? Cordelia and Lear are captured and taken to prison. 96. When does Cordelia tell her father how much she really loves him? When they are captured and taken to prison. 97. How do you think Cordelia feels when she hears what has happened to her father? Very sorry because she loves him. 98. How do you think Lear feels when Cordelia tries to help him? He realizes that Cordelia loves him most. 99. Who puts Cordelia and Lear into prison? Why? Goneril and Regan, because Cordelia and Lear are trying to take power back. 100. How do you think Lear feels knowing Cordelia’s love to him? He feels ashamed, foolish, guilty and sorry. 101. What do you think Lear learns from the mistakes he has made?! People can have feelings without talking about them. 102. Is there a turning point in the story?Yes, Lear finds out that he has made a mistake. 103. What qualities do people need to learn from their mistakes? People need to be wise and not to believe who flatter them. Unit 9 104. What is the importance of New York (Tokyo)? It is one of the most important business centers in the world 105. What is the Statue of Liberty a symbol of? It is a symbol of freedom. 106. What do many people think of Paris? They think it is the most beautiful city in the world. 107. Why is Tokyo overcrowded? Because 7% of the population in Japan live in Tokyo. 108. What makes a beautiful city? Mosques, historic places, parks and museums make a beautiful city. 109. What is the symbol for Cairo and other cities in Egypt? =What kinds of places do tourists like to visit? The Pyramids for Cairo, the Library for Alexandria, the Karnak Temple for Luxor and the High Dam for Aswan. 110. 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. 111. How can we help tourists enjoy their visits to Egypt? We should welcome them. We must be friendly and helpful to them. We should give them good services at reasonable prices.
Questions with model answers 1. What did Augustus believe the visitor was? He believed the visitor was a doctor. 2. Describe the visitor. How did he arrive? He was an immense man who had arrived secretly while he slept. 3. What was Augustus Pokewhistle? He was an artist who painted pictures and drew drawings. 4. Why did he decide to tell the stranger his story life ? The visitor could not understand his illness unless he knew his story. 5. Why did Augustus think the man was not interested in his story? He believed the man was one of the uncaring public. 6. What did Augustus say about himself? He said that he was a clever young man who had to take to his bed at the height of his youth never to rise again. 7. By whom did Augustus think the visitor was sent? Why? He thought the visitor was a doctor sent by a so called friend of his to save him from his suffering. 8. How was Augustus brought up? He was delicately brought up. 9. What did Augustus win at the age of seven? He won a prize for a drawing of an animal. 10. What did he intend that drawing to represent? He intended it to represent sunset over London. 11. How did his proud parents help him to be an artist? 1-They provided him with plenty of pencils and paper. 2- They gave him the opportunity of studying under great painters. 12. When did he start business as a painter? He started business as a painter at the age of twenty-one 13. What kind of painting did he start at the age of twenty-one? He painted eleven pictures of his face. 14. Where were these paintings kept? They were kept in his sitting room. 15. What made him stop painting people? Nobody came to have his pictures painted and he no longer لم يعدgot any pleasure out of painting himself. 16. Why did the stranger keep repeating يكرر the word "But" ? He wanted to tell Augustus that he was not a doctor and that he came to take the bed as it was not paid for 17. What did Augustus do to paint the country? He painted the view from the back window nine times and the view from the front window seven times 18. What was the resultنتيجة of painting the country? He did not sell any of them. 19. What did he decide قرر to do when he did not sell any of the country pictures? He decided to forget his soulروحه and paint for money. 20. What did he draw for newspapers? He drew funny pictures for newspapers. 21. What was the result of drawing for newspapers? He got his drawings back and couldn't get any money. Quotations B) Read the following quotations and answer the questions below: 1-" So, I gave up the struggle. My heart was broken and I determined to take to my bed." a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - Augustus to himself. b) What did the speaker struggle for كافح من اجل ? - Earning his living by selling his drawings. c) Why did he give up the struggle? -Because he became more and more hopeless. 2- "May I mention that there is a certain repetition in your remarks? a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - Augustus Pokewhistle to the visitor. b) What did the speaker mean يقصد by saying so? - He meant that he wanted to finish the story of his life firs without being interrupted يريد سرد قصة حياته دون مقاطعة c) Did the spoken to give the speaker the chance to speak? Why? - No, He wanted to finish his speech first and the others listen. 3-" Nobody came to have their pictures painted, and I had no desireرغبة to paint anymore of myself." a)Who was the speaker, to whom? -Augustus Poke Whistle to his visitor. b) Why couldn't he sell his drawings? -Because he wasn't a true artist insisting on drawing pictures of his own face. c) Was it possible for him to give up his career? Why? - No, it was impossible. Because he found real pleasure in doing this. 4- "If I had had the soul of a true artist, I would have died rather than do such a thing." a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - Augustus to his visitor b) Is it easy for an artist to sell his soul? - No, it isn't easy for an artist to sell his soul c) Why did the speaker have to do that? - To get money so as not to be hungry General Questions 1. Who did Augustus think the stranger was? 2. What made Augustus's parents encourage him to be a painter? 3. How did Augustus's parents help him to be a painter? 4. What business did Augustus start at the age of twenty-one ? 5. What kind of paintings did he make at first? 6. Why did Augustus turn to painting the country 7. To what extent was he successful in painting the country ? 8. How did Augustus feel when he decided to paint for money ? 9. Why was he forced to paint for money? 10. What did Augustus do when he decided to paint for money? 11. Why did he turn to drawing for advertisement? 12. What was Augustus's final decision? 13. Why did the stranger come to Augustus?
I never forget a face Questions with model answers: 1- What was strange about the writer ? - he remembers faces but forgets names . 2- What was the writer's trouble ? - he couldn't remember names . 3- What does the writer do for a living ? - he is a businessman . 4- How did the writer's memory for faces help him in his business ? - he could connect a face with a place . He tells the person the place of the meeting then they talk about business . 5- How did the writer overcome his trouble with names ? - He didn't let the anyone know that he couldn't remember his name. 6-Why did the writer's wife think that he ought to be a reporter for the newspaper ? - because he had a good memory for faces . 7- Why did the writer like living in Bardfield ? - because there was a lot of country there and he lived there for a long time . 8-How did the villagers treat newcomers to the village ? -they are unfriendly towards newcomers . 9- Why did the writer boast about a bit of business ? - Boasting was a good way to make the man talk . 10- Why did the writer suspect the stranger didn't have a car ? - because he didn't expect a fellow who lived in a cheap house to have a car. 11- Give an example to show that the writer was a kind – hearted man ? - the writer woke the stranger up and offered him a lift . 12- Why was the writer surprised when the man asked to get out of the car ? - because there were no houses and it was raining heavily . 13- What happened to the writer when he slowed down to let the man out ofthe car ? - the stranger hit him on his head and stole his car , umbrella , golden watch and his money . 14- Why did the writer go to the police station ? - to report the theft . 15- What was written under the picture ? - wanted for robbery with violence and attempted murder . 16- What was the wife's complaint concerning neighbours ? - the writer didn't know his neighbours' names . 17- How did the writer treat the newcomers ? Why ? - he was friendly with them because business may come from one of them . 18- Where did the writer see the stranger's picture ? - on the wall of the police station .
1- '' This trouble with names has put me in difficulties from time to time '' a- Who said this ? b- How did his trouble with names put him in difficulties ? c- How could he get out of the difficulty ? Answers : a- the writer . b- he forgot the names of people and that annoyed them so he lost good business c- he reminded a man of the place where he saw him . 2- '' Wanted for robbery with violence and attempted murder '' a- Where did the writer see these words ? b- About whom were these words ? c- Why were the police looking for the man ? Answers : a- On the wall outside the police station . b- They were about the stranger . c- Because he was wanted for robber with violence and attempted murder . 3- ''My wife says sometimes that I ought to be a reporter for the newspaper .'' a- Why does the writer's wife think he should be a reporter for the newspaper ? b- What was the trouble that made her advice not practical ? c- How did this trouble affect his business ? Answers : a-He had a good memory for faces and he could look for the famous people who went to see the films at first nights . b- because he could know the people's face but couldn't remember their names . c- he lost a lot of good business . 4- ''some of us who have lived in the place for along time are rather unfriendly towards newcomers, but that's not my way – never has been .'' a- What was the place they lived in for along time ? b- Where did the lately newcomers live ? c- Why wasn't the writer unfriendly with newcomers ? Answers : a- Bardfield . b- In the small houses by the bus stop. c- because business my come from one of them .
السؤال السابع أهم أسئلة دروس القراءة مجابة وأسئلة القصص القصيرة بعضها مجاب عنها وبعضها بدون اجابة لتدريب الطلاب بايدى اكبرمدرسى اللغة الانجليزية للصف الاول الثانوى