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 شرح مميز وجديد للوحدات 7-9 انجليزى الثانى الاعدادى الترم الاول

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مُساهمةموضوع: شرح مميز وجديد للوحدات 7-9 انجليزى الثانى الاعدادى الترم الاول   السبت 13 أكتوبر 2012 - 1:14

Unit 7: The Pyramids

Vocabulary

Meaning Word Meaning Word
زيارة visit خطة plan
أبو الهول the Sphinx ركوب الخيل horse - riding
جمل لعبة toy camel متحف museum
راحة / بقية rest الهرم الأكبر the Great Pyramid
الكنوز القديمة ancient treasures مكتب التذاكر ticket office
قبل الميلاد BC محطة القطار train station
ميت dead مراسل صحفى reporter
مجموعة group بحار sailor
جندى soldier صحراء desert
مدخل entrance مقبرة tomb
آمن safe جسم body
احتفال ceremony لصوص thieves
الملك خوفو King Khufu هدايا presents
عامل worker عبد slave
حجر stone ممر / منحدر ramp
صخرة rock معبد temple
بحيرة ناصر Lake Nasser رمسيس الثانى Ramses II

Verbs

Meaning Word Meaning Word
checked checked يراجع / يفحص check
got to got to يصل إلى get to
reserved reserved يحجز reserve
entered entered يدخل enter
painted painted يرسم بالزيت / يدهن paint
buried buried يدفن bury
transported transported ينقل transport
pulled up pulled up يسحب لأعلى pull up
lifted lifted يرفع lift
stayed stayed يقيم stay

Language Notes

Read these sentences

A sailor is someone who works on a ship.
A diver is someone who looks for something underwater.
King Khufu was buried in the Great Pyramid.
Abu Simbel was built by Ramses II.
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- The Pyramids were built as (houses – places – tombs – rooms) to bury kings.
2- The people who worked for kings were called (snakes – stairs – stones – slaves).
3- The bag is too heavy, I can't (left – lift – shut – open) it.
4- The soldiers are going to close the (entrance – enters – enter – entered) of the Pyramids.
5- You can see a lot of the ancient treasures in the (school – hospital – ramp – museum).
• Re-arrange the following words to make correct sentences:-
1- ceremony – A reporter – going to – us – tell – is – about – the.
2- Samy – What's – do – to – when – home – he – gets – going?
3- reserve – can – office – a ticket – the – at – You – tickets.

Reading

  Some of the ancient kings of Egypt were buried in pyramids. The first pyramids were made about 4.700 years ago and the biggest pyramids were built at Giza. The great Pyramid of King Kufu  took about twenty years to be built. Two million stones were used to make it and the work was done by around a hundred thousand slaves and workers. How the pyramids were built: scientists think large stones were cut from rocks in the mountains. Next, the stones were transported by boat on the River Nile. Then, the stones were taken from the river to the pyramids by people and animals. At the pyramids, were pulled up special ramps. After that, they were lifted on to the wall. Finally, the stones at the front of the wall were cut to the correct shapes.

Grammar

زمن المستقبل (1) The future with "going to"
التكوين:       صيغة الإثبات:

فعل مصدر
going to am
is
are
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- We (travel – is going to travel – are going to travel - travelled) to London next week.
2- They (are going to leave – leave – is going to leave - leaving) the museum at six o’clock.
3- Why are you turning TV? I (is going to watch – are going to watch – watched – am going to watch) the              match.
4- The boys (tidy – is going to tidy – are going to tidy – tidies) their room.
5- Elizabeth (is going to give – give – giving – going to give) a party in her next birthday.
صيغة النفى:

infinitive
going to am not
isn’t
aren’t

صيغة السؤال:

infinitive
going to
subject Am
Is
Are
• Write questions using the words in brackets:
• Suzy is going to make a cake for her birthday. (Is) (who) (what) (why)

الاستخدام:
•  يستخدم عند التخطيط للمستقبل.
الكلمات الدالة:
•  نفس الكلمات التى تستخدم مع (will)
(2) As soon as – After – When
هذه الروابط الزمنية تستخدم مع (going to) عندما نعبر عن تعاقب حدثين.


going to + inf.
مضارع بسيط As soon as
After
When
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- As soon as the taxi arrives, they (leave – leaves – are going to leave – is going to leave).
2- After he (arrive – arrives – arrived – is going to arrive) home, he  is going to eat.
3- We are going to the cinema when my father (allows – allowed – is going to allow – to allow).
4- My mother (is going to buy – bought – buy - buys) a present for me as soon as I pass the exam.
5- Amira is going to get married after she (finish – finished – finishes – is going to finish) her university               studies.
6- When the farmer ploughs the field, he (water – is going to water – watered - watering) it.
5- (As – Soon – As soon as – So)I see her, I'm going to tell her about the prize.
7- What are they going to do when he (will come – comes – is coming – came) back?
الفاصلة (3) Comma
توضع الفاصلة فى المواضع الآتية:
1- بين مفردات القائمة إذا زادت عن ثلاثة.
2- بين الأجزاء المختلفة فى الجملة (الجملة الاعتراضية).
3- بين الجملتين إذا كان هناك رابط فى بداية الكلام.
1- she bought a shirt jeans and skirt
2- kufu who was an important king was buried in the great pyramid
3- when the old king died a new king was chosen
4- i saw the eiffel tower a famous building in paris yesterday
5- kamal ali hassan ibrahim and khalid are my friends
6- if you hurry you ll catch the train
7- mr youssif who teaches me maths paid us a visit last wednesday
8- he got up prayed had breakfast packed his books and went to school
9- as soon as she comes we re going to visit the giza zoo
10- next october when i was born i ll give a party


Test unit 7

1- Finish the following dialogue:
Mohammed: Where are we going tomorrow ?
Mother: ----------------------- we  leave home, we're going to catch a taxi to the museum.
Mohammed: What 're we ----------------------- to do there ?
Mother: We're going to look  at ancient -----------------------.
Mohammed: And after that ?                
Mother: When we leave the museum, we're going to ----------------------- shopping.
2- Supply the missing parts in the following two mini dialogues:
A) Noha: What are you going to do after you go home?
    Nabila:
B) Maher: -----------------------------------------?
    Saber: The Great Pyramid was built to bury the body of King Kufu.
3- Read and match:
A B
1- Before I get home,  (     )    
2- Scientists think large stones (     )
3- Are you going to (     )
4- I'm going to have a rest (     )
5- King Khufu was (     )
a) read your book this evening?
b) buried in the Great Pyramid.
c) when I get home.
d)  I'm going to buy bread.
e)  were cut from rocks in the
mountains
f)  built in Giza.
4- Read the following then answer the questions:
  Abu Simbel temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt. It was built in 1300 B.C. for Ramses II. Thousands of slaves and workers took 14 years to build it. The temple was cut into the rock of a mountain. The temple is also now in a different place to where it was first built.
  When Lake Nasser was made in 1960, workers started to move the temple to higher ground. It could not stay where it was because it would be under the waters of the new lake. First, engineers cut the temple into stones. Next, they wrote numbers on the stones so they knew where to put them. After that, they transported the stones to higher ground. Finally, they put the stones together again. They finished the work in 1968.
A) Answer the following questions:
1- When was Abu Simbel temple built?
2- Why was it moved?
B) Choose the correct answer:
3- Abu Simbel temple was built for -----------------------.
    c) King Khufu           d) King Abu Simbel a) Ramses street        b) Ramses II
4- They started to move the temple in -----------------------.
    d) 1960   c) 1968   b)1300 B.C.       a) 1978
5- The temple could not stay where it was because it will be under the waters of -----------------------.
     c) Lake Victoria      d) The Red Sea  b) Lake Nasser           a) the rain
5- Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- I'm ----------------------- lunch as soon as I get home.
d) going to have   c) having     b) had a) has
2- There are a lot of ancient ----------------------- in the museum.
d) people       b) pyramids   b) treasures     a) cars  
3- We can ----------------------- plane-tickets at tour companies.
d) serve         c) reserve     b) help         a) save
4- ----------------------- I see Sahar, I'm going to tell her about the prize.
c) As                 d) So b) Soon           a) As soon as
5- After Samy ----------------------- home, he's going to have some rest.
c) is going to come        d)came b) comes         a) coming
6- The soldiers are going to close the ----------------------- of the pyramid.
d) entrance     c) enters     b) enter       a) entered
7- Some ancient kings of Egypt ----------------------- in pyramids.
c) bury             d) was buried a) were burying              b) were buried
8- Two million stones ----------------------- to make the Great Pyramid.
c) were used     d) used a) were using                b) are used
6- Rearrange the following words to make correct sentences:
1- museum -  near - Samy — Ahmed — the - met - and.
2- 1300 BC - built - Simbel - in - was - Abu.
3- that - going to - are - entrance - close - the soldiers - Why?
7- Read and correct the underlined words:
1- Around a hundred thousand workers and thieves built the Great Pyramid.
2- The biggest Pyramids were building in Giza.
3- As soon as my father telephones me, I'm going to  asking him for money.
4- A new school is built in our town last year.
8- Look at the pictures and write a short paragraph of four sentences:

In 1300 B.C – Ramses II – south of Aswan – tourists visit it


Abu Simble temple is the most beautiful temple in Egypt.  

9- Punctuate the following two sentences:
1- there were soldiers sailors fathers and children waiting for the king
2- when the old king of egypt died another king was chosen


UNIT 8: World pen friends club

Vocabulary

Meaning Word Meaning Word
مجانى free صديق مراسلة pen friend
اختصار abbreviation نادى club
مؤدب polite خارج البلاد overseas
ظريف funny شباب young people
مجتهد hard-working رسالة message
تماما quite خطاب ودى friendly letter
هادى quiet ممل boring
صاخب noisy طماع greedy
كسول lazy مهتم ب interested in
متزوج married نصيحة advice
أعزب single شائع common
عزيزى dear تاريخ date
عنوان address مظروف envelope
الرومان Romans أطيب الأمنيات best wishes

Verbs

Past participle Past Meaning Verb
made friends made friends يكوّن أصدقاء make friends
contacted contacted يتواصل مع contact
paid paid يدفع pay
preferred preferred يفضل prefer
looked forward to looked forward to يتطلع باشتياق إلى look forward to

Language Notes

طريقة كتابة خطاب باللغة الإنجليزية
1- نكتب فى ناحية اليمين من أعلى ورقة الخطاب عنوان الراسل كالتالى:
    أ- رقم المنزل واسم الشارع                 ب- الحى               ج- المدينة                    د- البلد                               ه- ثم نكتب تاريخ كتابة الخطاب                              
2- ناحية اليسار نبدأ ب Dear -----------                                                 3- مقدمة الخطاب                                      
4- موضوع الخطاب              
5- ننهى الخطاب ونكتب هذه العبارة {Best wishes – Yours}              
6- التوقيع (اسم الراسل)

                                                                                           10 Cleopatra Street,
                                                                                                       Luxor,                                           Address
                                                                                                       Egypt.
                    Letter                                                              21st October 2007                                 Date
                                                Dear Ann,
                                                        How are you?                                                                                          
Best wishes
                                                                                         Soha

طريقة كتابة عنوان المرسل إليه على الظرف

1-  اسم المرسل إليه                         2- رقم المنزل واسم الشارع                         3- الحى
4- المدينة                                           5- الرقم البريدى                                                  6- البلد


                                                   
          Envelope                                    Mr Gorge Smith                                                                  Stamp
                                                         23rd Oxford Street
                                                                  London
                                                               24X7 D89F
                                                                 England      

الاختصاراتAbbreviations

 Abbreviations are letters or parts of words which are used when we write.

يرمز إلى الاختصار
a man Mr
a married woman Mrs
married or unmarried woman Ms
doctor Dr
street St
road Rd
preparatory Prep
isn’t – aren’t – won’t   is not – are not – will not
laboratory lab
mathematics maths
for example E.g.
when more information is added at the bottom of letter. P.S.
(Etcetera) used when we don’t want to write the same kind of words in a list. etc.
Mon – Nov …etc Monday – November …
Questions

I’m funny – polite –quiet – hard working … What kind of person are you?
noisy – lazy – greedy – boring … What kinds of people don’t you like meeting?
English – maths – geography – Arabic... What is your favourite subject?
learning things – helping people – music... What are you interested in?
giving advice – doing exams --- What are you good at (bad at)?
reading – doing sports – using computers – shopping – swimming --- What do you really like?
What do you not quite enjoy?

• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- What (kind  - country - name – language) would you like to write in?
2- The (abbreviate - abbreviation - abbreviated – abbreviates) used for a single woman is Ms.
3- (Prep – prim – pop – Mr) is short for preparatory.
4- To join the club, you'll have to fill in this (farm – form – from).
5- John's nationality is (Britain - England - English – France).
6- You have to write the address on the (envelope – stamp – post – mail) before you send the letter.
7- What kind of person are you? I'm (tall – polite – fat – English).
8- What kinds of people don’t you like meeting? The people who are (energetic – polite - hard working –                funny).
9- St stands for (street – road – unmarried woman – doctor).
10- Mrs stands for (married – unmarried - married or unmarried – old) woman.  
Reading

                     54 Mohamed Hussein Street
                                                                                                                     Nasr City
                                                                                                                     Cairo, Egypt
                                                                                                                        Monday 16th November
Dear Ann
  I read information about you in World Pen Friends Club and I’d like to be your pen friend. My name’s Soha Zaki. I'm 12 years old. I live in Nasr City in Cairo with my mum and dad, my brother and my sister. I go to Nasr City Prep School. I'm very interested in learning English and I'm good at playing volleyball, but my favourite subject is science. I quite enjoy visiting new places and I really like listening to music, but I don’t like making models. I'm good at writing stories but I'm bad at painting. Please write and tell me more about yourself. I don’t mind sending e-mails, but I’d prefer to write letters. I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
Best wishes,
Soha Zaki

Grammar

(To + infinitive) or (v – ing)
•هناك أفعال يأتى بعدها دائما (to + inf.) ومنها:
• would like – would prefer – want - decide
•  وهناك أفعال وتعبيرات يأتى بعدها (v – ing) وهى:
• like – prefer – enjoy – go – mind – suggest – look forward to
• interested in – good at – bad at
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- I like (read – to read – reading – to reading) short stories.
2- Soha is interested in (swimming – to swim – swim - swam).
3- I don’t mind (have – to have – having - had) a cup of tea.
4- My brother is good at (play – playing – to play – to playing) tennis.
5- I’d prefer (to go – going – go – to going) to the zoo.
6- We enjoy (dive – to dive – diving - drove) in The Red Sea.
7- I am looking forward to (meet – meeting – to meet – to meeting) you.
8- I am bad at (making – made – makes – to make) new friends.
9- Let’s go (dive – to dive – dived – diving) in the Red Sea.
10- Would you like (to be – being – be – are) an engineer.
11- My sister suggested (visiting – to visit – visited – visit) the museum.
12- Sahar doesn't mind (going – to go – goes – went) to the cinema tonight.
13- My brother is (interests - interested - interesting – interest) in football.
14- Hatem really enjoys (to eat – eat – eating – eats) chicken for lunch.
15- I'm (interest – interests – interested – interesting) in science.
• Read and correct the underlined words:
1- Rd stands for street.
2- They enjoy to play football.

Test unit 8
1- Finish the following dialogue:
Hani: Have you ever written to a -----------------------?
Amr: Yes, I have.
Hani: What's his -----------------------.
Amr: His name's Tom.
Hani: Where's he from ?
Amr: He's from -----------------------.
Hani: What is he ----------------------- in?
Amr: Football and computers.
2- Supply the missing parts in the following two mini dialogues:
a) Manal: Tea or coffee?
   Sahar: -------------------------------------------.
b) Ayman: -----------------------------------------?
    Adel: Yes, I know it. It's short for laboratory.
3- Read and match:
A B
1. I would like (     )
2. Noha prefers sending (     )
3. The abbreviation "lab" (     )
4. Ann doesn't mind (     )
5. I know that "Rd" in writing (     )
a) is short for laboratory.
b) is short for a married woman.
c) is short for road.
d) drinking water or juice.
e) to be a doctor when I'm older.
f) letters to her pen friend.
4- Read the following then answer the questions:
  Yesterday my brother Hany wrote a letter to his pen friend John. John lives in England. Hany found John's address in a magazine. Hany told his friend that he was twelve years, and he goes to a prep school. He said that his favourite subject is science. His hobby is music. He invited his pen friend to Egypt to see many interesting places and to enjoy the weather in Egypt.
A) Answer the following questions:
1- When did Hany write a letter to his pen friend?
2- Where did he find John's address?
B) Choose the correct answer:
3- Hany is a -----------------------.                                
d) student     c) doctor     b) teacher   a) farmer
4- Hany's favourite subject is -----------------------.
d) Social studies   c) Arabic b) Maths     a) Science
5- John's nationality is -----------------------.
d) Egyptian       c) English b) England a) French
5- Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- I like ----------------------- coffee when I come to this cafe. It's great.
d) to have       c) having       b) had       a) has
2- "Maths" is the written ----------------------- for mathematics.
d) abbreviate   c) abbreviation b) long     a) shorts
3- My brother is interested ----------------------- football.
c) in playing                 d) to play a) for playing    b) at playing
4- I'm looking forward to ----------------------- from you.
d)'hear         c) heard         b) hears     a) hearing
5- You don't have to pay any money. It's all -----------------------.
d) busy       c) tree           b) funny     a) free
6- To join our club, you'll have to complete this application -----------------------.
d) farm       c) form         b) from     a) firm
7- I'd prefer ----------------------- to a girl.
d) writing       c) to write       b) writes   a) wrote
8- Sahar doesn't mind ----------------------- to the cinema tonight.
d) going         c) to go         b) goes     a) went
6- Write questions using the words in brackets:
1- I found my pen friend's address in a magazine.   (Where)
              2- I'd like to have tea after breakfast. (What)
              3- I'm polite, friendly and quiet. (What kind)
7- Read and correct the underlined words:
1- Soha is looking forward to go to the beach.
2- I'd like travelling by train this time.
3- She's polite and quite.
4- Noha doesn't mind send letters to Ann.
8- Look at the pictures and write a short paragraph of four sentences:

Ann Brown - 15 years - swimming - science

I have a pen friend in Australia.
9- Punctuate the following two sentences:
1- I don t mind writing to tom
2- i m looking forward to hearing from hoda

Unit 9: Our senses

Vocabulary
Meaning Word Meaning Word
ناعم – أملس smooth حواس senses
خشن rough أطرش deaf
حاد sharp أعمى blind
صلب hard جلد skin
فم mouth لسان tongue
حلو sweet لغة الإشارة sign language
مرعب - سيئ horrible مالح salty
شكل shape لذيذ delicious
إبهام thumb عين eye
راحة اليد palm أنف nose
قرية village دائرة circle
خاص special نظام –  طريقة system
قبطان captain مخترع inventor
سريع quick صحة health
إصبع اليد finger أذن ear

Verbs

Past participle Past Meaning Verb
touched touched يلمس touch
tasted tasted يتذوق taste
smelt smelt يشم smell
heard heard يسمع hear
seen saw يرى see
felt felt يشعر - يتحسس feel
communicated with communicated with يتواصل مع communicate "with"
looked like looked like يشبه look like
injured injured يجرح injure
tried tried يجرب try

Language Notes
الحواس Senses
We can see with our
We can -------------------------- with our ears.
We can smell with our ------------------------------ with our tongues.
-- fingers.
We can think with our
Answers Questions
It’s smooth – rough – sharp – hard...
It’s beautiful – quiet – horrible…
It’s salty – delicious – sweet…
It’s  beautiful – ugly …   ما ملمسه  What does it feel like?
ما صوته  What does it sound like?
ما طعمه  What does it taste like?
ما شكله What does it look like?  

People who can’t see. Blind
People who can’t hear. Deaf
It’s a way of talking to deaf people with our hands and fingers. Sign language
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
2- He is (deaf – dumb – blind – ill), he can't hear.
3- Andy can't speak (or – and – but – so) hear.
4- Taha Hussein couldn’t see. He was (blind – deaf – dumb – smart) when he was young.
5- The road is so (rough – hard – smooth – horrible). I can ride my bike easily.
8- I couldn't read because there was no (light – right – site – night).
• Re-arrange the following words to make correct sentences:-
1- name – by – is – Braille's – his – known – system.
2- people – can – to read – learn – write – Deaf – and.
3- like – apples – I – because – taste – they – sweet.

Reading

Louis Braille was born in 1809. In 1812 he injured himself in an accident and he went blind. Although he couldn’t see, he went to the primary school in his village. In 1819 he went to the world’s first school for the blind in Paris. The school was in an old building. Although there were 100 students, there were only 14 special books for the blind. In 1821, Louis met Captain Charles Barbier de la Serre. Barbier was an inventor of a way to send messages which soldiers could read with their fingers when there was no light. As soon as Louis tried the system, he thought it could help blind people, although he was quick to see the problems with it. Louis made Barbier’s system better. In 1824, some students tried Braille’s new system and found it easy to use. The system is now known by Braille’s name and is used by blind people around the world. Louis became the first blind teacher at his school when he was 17. After lessons Louis worked on his writing system and he wrote his first book in Braille in 1829. In the same year, Louis became ill and his health was bad for the rest of his life. He died in 1852.  

Grammar

على الرغم (1) Although
•  تستخدم كرابط يربط جملتين بينهما تناقض فى المعنى.
•  توضع عكس (but)  فى المكان فيأتى بعدها الحقيقة الثابتة، أما الجملة الثانية فتكون الشئ المتناقض مع الحقيقة الثابتة.                                                
1- He couldn’t see, but he went to the village school.

2- She is hungry, but she didn’t eat.

3- Gamal was very ill, but he went to his work.

4- He is rich, but he is unhappy.

5- It was raining, but he got out.

المبنى للمجهول فى زمن المضارع البسيط (2) The passive present simple
التركيب:

التصريف الثالث am
is
are
• Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- A clock (use – uses – is used – are used) to measure time.
2- The system of writing for the blind (is known – are known – know - knew) by Braille’s.
3- Letters (write – written – is written – are written) by using a pen.
4- Cars (start – is started – are started - started) by engines.
5- E–mails (are sent – is sent – was sent - send) through the internet.
6- The English Language (taught – is taught – are taught – teaches) at schools by the English teachers
7- The first school for the blind was (opened – open – opening – opens) in 1771.

Test unit 9
1- Finish the following dialogue:
Emad: What's your ------------------------- about ?
Bassem: It's about helping ------------------------- people to learn.
Emad: But I think it's difficult for them to read and write.
Bassem: No, it isn't. They use Braille's ------------------------- of writing.
Emad: What is it?
Bassem: It's a special way of writing for the -------------------------.
2- Supply the missing parts in the following two mini dialogues:
A) Marwa : How many senses do we have ?
    Nada: ----------------------.
B) Adel: ------------------------?
    Ola : An ice cream tastes sweet and very cold.
3- Read and match:
A B
1- A knife feels (     )
2- This spaghetti (     )
3- We taste (     )
4- Glass feels (     )
5- Braille is special writing (     ) a) with our tongue.
b) for blind people.
c) very smooth.
d) tastes nice.
e) very sharp.
f) for deaf people.
4- Read the following then answer the questions:
   When Helen Keller was two, she became ill. After she was ill, Helen could smell, touch and taste things but she couldn't see or hear. She was blind and deaf and she could not speak. Her life was very difficult. In 1887, a teacher, called Anne Sullivan, came to help her. Anne started to teach Helen to spell words with her hands. Helen could make the words with her hands but she could not understand them.  
    One day Anne put Helen's hand in water and spelled the word water on Helen's other hand. Suddenly, Helen started to understand. Later she learned to read Braille, special writing for the blind. When she grew up, Helen became famous for her work
for deaf and blind people.
A) Answer the following questions:
1- What was Helen's problem?
2- Why did Helen become famous when she grew up?
B) Choose the correct answer:
3- ------------------------- people cannot see,
   a) Deaf     b) Tall           c) Blind d) young
4- Anne Sullivan spelt the words on -------------------------.
   a) paper   b) Helen's head c) Helen's hand d) books
5- ------------------------- is special writing for the blind.
   a) Helen   b) Sullivan       c) Braille d) Ann
5- Choose the correct answer from a , b or c:
1- Hassan is deaf. He ------------------------- in sign language.
a) speaks     b) talks       c) communicates d) reads
2- All the English letters are made by ------------------------- the fingers.
a) use         b) using       c)used         d) uses
3- The ------------------------- is the inside of your hand.
a) thumb     b) finger       c) palm       d) shoulder
4- "What does this apple ------------------------- like?" - "It's smooth."
a) taste       b) feel         c) sound         d) look
5- Braille's writing system ------------------------- all over the world.
a) is knowing b) is known     c) known       d} knew
6- Ashraf ------------------------- in an accident.
a) injured     b) was injuring c) was injured d) injures
7- Braille is special writing for the -------------------------.
a) blind       b) deaf         c) poor         d) young
8- We can taste with our -------------------------.
a) nose       b)fingers     c) ears       d) tongues
6- Write questions using the words in brackets:
1- hear - our - We - ears - can - with.
2- beautiful - birds - very - sound - These.
3- many - got - senses - How - we - have ?
7- Read and correct the underlined words:
1- We can feel with our nose.
2- "C" is made by used one hand.
3- The first school for the blind was opening in 1771.
4- Braille's writing system has now known everywhere.
8- Look at the pictures and write a short paragraph of four sentences:

Eyes – hear – smell - taste
We have got five senses.
9- Punctuate the following two sentences:
1- louise braille s writing system is known every where
2- hellen killer couldn t hear or see
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