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Test 1
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue:
21 Salma and Fatma are talking about Naguib Mahfouz.
Salma : What are you reading?
Fatma : It's a very nice novel.
Salma : Really? ..........(1)...........?
Fatma : Naguib Mahfouz.
Salma : ..............(2)............?
Fatma : Yes, he wrote many other novels.
Salma : It sounds he's a great writer.
Fatma : Of course. ..............(3)............... .
Salma : Nobel Prize! ..............(4).....................?
Fatma : OK. When I have finished it, I'll lend it to you.
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- You express your admiration of your favourite singer.
2- You describe a famous scientist to your friend.
3- You tell a friend your opinion of Nelson Mandella.
4- You express how you were influenced by the writer of a book you've read.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1-Shall we ( complete – discuss – talk – speak ) the problem to solve it?
2-After a long flight, the plane ( fell – landed – crashed – sank ) safely.
3-Dr Zewail( helps – likes – works – calls ) scientists find new medicines.
4-Rain rarely ( fills – feels – falls – files ) in the Western Desert.
5-With the help of remote sensing, a lot of water was ( completed – found – brought – given ) under the Western Desert.
6-Her voice is too weak to ( listen – feel – hear – see ) .
7-The ( astronaut – pilot – archaeologist – expert ) of our flight to London was so clever.
8-More than one Egyptian won the Nobel( reward – quiz – prize – game ) .
9-The Suez Canal is ( hardly – slightly – correctly – internationally ) important.
10-Education is the only way to help the Egyptian (world –society – quantity – photography)
4- Rewrite the following sentences, using the word(s)
1- He never speaks on the radio and television. ( doesn't)
2- She helped other women to succeed in education. (used to)
3- I always go to bed late. (never)
4- When did you start learning English? (How long)
5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
22 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.
D- The Novel (An Artist's Story)
A) Answer the following questions:
1- What did Augustus win at the age of seven?
2- What did Augustus paint when he started his work?
3- Why was the immense man sure that Augustus would rise from his bed?
B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“So I gave up the struggle, my heart was broken “
1- Who said these words to whom?
2- What was the speaker’s last decision?
3- What made him take this decision?
F- Translation
10- A- Translate into Arabic:
1- Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon and collect rocks and soil.
2- Thanks to the photographs which Dr El Baz took from satellites, we found underground water in the Western Desert and Sinai.
B- Translate into Arabic:
23 تفخر مصر بأبنائها العظماء مثل دكتور أحمد زويل والكاتب العالمى نجيب محفوظ اللذين حصلا على جائزة نوبل

Test 2
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue:
Ramy and Samir are asked to prepare a project on Charles Dickens:
Ramy : You know we've got to prepare a project on Charles Dickens.
Samir : ......................... (1)......................................................... ?
Ramy : We can go to the school library. The librarian ... (2)…………..
Samir : My father has bought a CD- Rom which has much information about Dickens.
Ramy : ........................ (3)......................................................... ?
Samir : He is best-known for his novels about life in 19thcentury Britain.
Ramy : .....................(4).............................................................?
Samir : He wrote "Oliver Twist" in 1838.
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- Your friend asks you about the story you've read and why you have chosen it.
2- You tell your father about the main character in "Oliver Twist."
3- Your teacher asks you what Oliver's life was like.
4- You tell your father about the moral of "Oliver Twist."
B- Vocabulary and Structure
Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d
1- People who do not have children sometimes ( adapt – adopt – address – advertise ) a child who has no parents.
2- A( game – gang – binge – fang ) of five men broke into the bank and stole money.
3- I want to be a journalist when I grow ( up – on – out – into )
4- The criminals ......... the child until his parents gave them a ransom.
a) hijacked b) hunted c) caught d) kidnapped
5- If he has broken the law, he deserves to be ( paid – rewarded – punished – funded ) .
6- After he .............. secondary school, he went to university.
a) has finished b) had finished c) was finished d) finishes
7- I ( did – have done – doing – was doing ) my homework when my uncle came.
8- Before ( leave – leaving – left – leaves ) for London, he sold his furniture.
9- He didn't buy a computer until he (has saved –had saved –save –saving ) enough money.
10-No sooner(he arrived –he had arrived –had he arrived –he arrives)than it started to rain.
a) he arrived b) he had arrived c) had he arrived d) he arrives
5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
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.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
William Shakespeare was an English playwright and poet who was born in 1564. He spent his childhood in Stratford Upon Avon. He went to the local grammar school where he was taught Latin and Greek. At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathaway. They had three children. He became an actor and playwright and performed for king James I at the Globe Theatre. The original theatre was burnt down in the 17th century but recently another Globe theatre has been built on the same spot. The architects used pictures of the old theatre to make the new one almost identical.
Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and a lot of poetry. His most famous plays are probably Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth and Othello. He also wrote historical plays such as Antony and Cleopatra, mostly written in verse.
Shakespeare died rich in Stratford Upon Avon, on the 23rd April, 1616. His plays have become famous around the world, and every year thousands of tourists come to visit the place where he lived and died.
A-Answer the following questions:
1- Who was Williams Shakespeare?
2- What plays did he write?
3- Where did he perform his plays and for whom?
4- What does the underlined word he refer to?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- William Shakespeare learnt............. in the local grammar school.
a) English and German b) French c) Latin and Greek d) Italian
6- The Globe Theatre was burnt down but another ............ has been built on the same spot.
a) cinema b)museum c)garage d) theatre
7- Shakespeare's plays became famous ................
a) in England b) around the world c) in France d)in Europe


7- Answer only Four (4) of the following questions :
1- Where did Oliver grow up and why?
2- Why did Oliver leave the workhouse and go to London?
3- Who adopted Oliver and where did they live?
4- What do you think of Mr. Brownlow?
5- In your opinion, how should our society look after children like "Oliver" today
6- Do you think life is better for children now than it was in the 19th century? Give a reason.
E- Writing
9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about:
How we can provide a healthy, comfortable and happy life for our children
F- Translation
10- A- Translate into Arabic:
1- Oliver is the main character in Dickens' story "Oliver Twist".
2- Journalists often interview people before they write their reports.
B- Translate into Arabic:
لقد كتب نجيب محفوظ قصصاً عن الحياة فى مصر فى القرن العشرين

Test 3
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue:
A teacher and a student who has a problem with studying new words:
Student : Can you give me some advice about studying the new words?
Teacher : …………………(1)……………….…………………..
Student : ..................... (2)......................................................................... ?
Teacher :You shouldn't learn more than 10 words or phrases at the same time.
Student : Does it help to learn words in phrases or sentences?
Teacher : ......................... (3) .................................................................................. .
Student : ......................... (4) ................................................................ ?
Teacher : A dictionary gives the meaning of a word, and how to use it in a sentence.
Student : Thank you for your good advice.
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- Your sister is asking your advice about using a vocabulary book.
2- Your friend did badly in the last English test. What do you advise him to do?
3- You accept your teacher's advice about using a dictionary.
4- You politely refuse your brother's advice about learning words in phrases or sentences.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1-People who have ...... memory can repeat a list of telephone numbers a few minutes later.
a) emotional b) photograph c) mental d) touch
2- The human brain can remember past memories. It is really .........
a) credible b) incredible c) remembering d) forgetting
3- Doctors need to ( realize – achieve – analyse – recognize ) the results of tests on patients.
4- If you relax , it helps you to ( move – speak – write – breathe ) slowly.
5-The brain receives (letters –e-mails –information –faxes)from your senses, then analyses it.
6- I'll help you with your maths homework if you ....... it difficult.
a) found b)find c) will find d) would find
7-I wouldn't be able to read if I( lose – will lose – lost – had lost ) my glasses.
8- If I had to add two long numbers together in my head, it........ me two or three minutes.
a) takes b) will take c) would take d) took
9- Unless I had enough money, I( will – won't – would – wouldn't ) buy a new computer.
10-What( you would do–do you do–would you do –will you do)if you lost the key of the flat?
4- Rewrite the following sentences, using the word(s)
1- Tell him a story and your son will sleep well. (If)
2-1 won't go to the cinema if I don't have some free time this evening. (unless)
3-1 won't be able to buy a new car because I am not rich. (If)
4-1 can't remember Ali's address, so I can't phone him. (If)
5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
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)...... Your brain receives .....(3)... from your .....(4)...., analyses it, then sends messages. 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.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Some people say they have no memory at all. But of course we all have a memory. Our memory tells us who we are and helps to make use in the present of what we have learnt in the past. In fact we have different types of memory. For example, our visual memory helps us recall faces and places. Some people have such a strong visual memory. They can for example, remember exactly pages of a book as a complete picture. Our verbal memory helps us remember words and figures we may have heard but not seen or written items of a shopping list or dates. With our emotional memory, we recall situations or places where we had strong feelings, perhaps happiness or unhappiness. We also have special memories for smell, taste, touch and sound and for performing physical movements. We have two ways of storing any of these memories. Our short -term memory stores items for up to thirty, seconds, enough to remember a telephone number while we dial, Our long - term memory may store items for a life time.
A-Answer the following questions:
1- How is our memory useful? 2- What are the different types of memory we have?
3- What two ways of storing memory do we have? 4- Suggest a suitable title for this passage.
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- Our verbal memory helps us to remember .........
a) faces and places b) situations and places c) memories of taste d) words and figures
6- When we recall situations or places where we had strong feeling, This is...…...... memory.
a) verbal b) emotional c) visual d) hearing
7- Our long-term memory stores items for ......... .
a) up to thirty seconds b) a life time c) every two hours d) two years
7- Answer only the following questions :
1- What does your brain control?
2- Why is it difficult to taste different fruits if you hold your nose and close your eyes?
3- What five senses does the brain receive information from?
5- What do you think of the human brain?
D- The Novel
A) Answer the following questions:
1-What happened when the writer slow down?
2-What surprise did the writer find when he went to the police station?
3-How does the writer push any fellow to talk?
4-What does the writer's strange memory cause him?
B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
"Wait, here!"
1-Who said that and to whom? 2-Why does the speaker very astonished?
3-What happened after that?
F- Translation
10- A- Translate into Arabic:
1-Your brain controls your breathing,your heart,your body temperature and your digestion.
2-The brain you have in your head is more powerful than the most powerful computer.
B- Translate into Arabic:

لتعلم اللغة الإنجليزية عليك أن تستخدم القاموس للبحث عن معاني ونطق الكلمات.

Test 4
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue:
Samir and Ramy are talking about Mohamed Zidan.
Samir : Have you seen Zidan's goals in Ghana?
Ramy : Yes, of course. ........(1)................................................................................?
Samir : He plays for Hamburg in Germany.
Ramy : ...........(2)..................................................................................... in. Ghana?
Samir : He scored 4 goals.
Ramy :................(3)..................................................................................................?
Samir : The best was the goal he scored in Cameroon team.
Ramy : How can Zidan be useful to Egypt?
Samir : …………..(4)……...........................................................................…….
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- You ask your friend about what Abu-Heif had done.
2- You ask your teacher what people should do in order not to forget heroes of the past.
3- You ask your teacher where Abu- Heif was born.
4- You want to know where Dr El-Baz works.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1-An/A .............. is a person who changes spoken words of a language into another.
a) archaeologist b) geologist c) interpreter d) receptionist
2- My father did something very .......... last year. He saved one of my friends from drowning.
a) historic b) heroic c) energetic d) scientific
3- The swimmer was famous for his ........... He gave his prize money to the poor.
a) ability b) cleverness c) efficiency d) generosity
4- Abu- Heif was welcomed as a national hero when he ......... the record for swimming.
a) beat b) won c) broke d) gained
5- She ( has – hadn't – hasn't – haven't ) tidied her bedroom yet.
6-I( hadn't – had – haven't – hasn't ) seen him since he worked in Australia.
7- Have you ( ever – never – since – ago ) been to Turkey?
8-1.......... my friend to say that I'll be late.
a) just have phoned b) had just phoned c) has just phoned d) have just phoned
9- He ................ in a plane.
a) never have flown b) has yet flown c) has never flown d) ever had flown
10-All the other swimmers gave up the race because they were……….
a) generous b) heroic c) proud d) exhausted
4- Rewrite the following sentences, using the word(s)
1-1 last saw my uncle a month ago. (I haven't)
2- My brother went to Italy two years ago. He will come back next week. (gone)
3-1 did my homework earlier. (already)
4- She has done this hobby for 3 years. (since)
5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
Abu- Heif, Crocodile of the Nile, broke the record for crossing the English Channel by crossing it in 13 hours and 45 minutes. In 2006, he went into ...(1)... because he had a weak heart. In the past,....(2).... and other important ...(3).. wanted to meet him. Many people do not even know his ....(4)... We should make sure that people do not forget .....(5)..... from the past. Abu-Heif ...(6)... in April 2008.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Edison Arantes Nasiemento was born in Brazil in 1940. At school, he was given the nickname Pele. Many people believe that Pele was the greatest footballer of all time.
His father was also a footballer, but not a very successful one. He was always poor and often injured. For this reason, Pele's mother did not want her son to follow his father's footsteps. However, he started playing for the local club when he was only 10 years old. Aged 15, he transferred to Santos, a big city club. At the age of 16, he was playing for his country. In 1958, still only 17, he was in the Winning World Cup Team (the youngest World Cup player). In 1970, he was in the brilliant team that won the World Cup for Brazil again. He went to the United States to help develop soccer there. He finally retired in 1977. However, he continued to work hard to develop the game worldwide. In 1994, he was made Brazilian Minister for sport. He always behaved well on the pitch and was admired and respected by both team mates and opponents.
A-Answer the following questions:
1- Why do many people believe that Pele was the greatest footballer of all time?
2- Why didn't Pele's mother want him to be a footballer?
3- What do you know about Pele's character as a footballer?
4- Find words in the passage that have the same meaning:
a) a name given to someone instead of his real name b) the ground where football is played
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- Pele was in the brilliant team that won the World Cup for Brazil in( 1940- 1970- 1994-1977)
6- Pele always behaved well on the pitch and was admired and respected by both …….
a)injured and poor boys b)stupid and lazy people
c)scientists and researchers d) team mates and opponents

7- After retiring, Pele continued to……………
a) play for other teams b) develop the game world wide
c) win in other matches d) play in the United States
7- Answer the following questions :
1- Why do we consider Abu- Heif the world's best swimmer?
2- Give an example to prove that Abu- Heif was generous.
3- Who won the Montreal swimming race? Why?
4- In your opinion, what makes someone a national hero like Abu-Heif?
D- The Novel
A) Answer the following questions:
How does the writer start a speech with any stranger?
What was the weather like when they arrived at Bardfield ?
Why was the wanted?
How would you describe the writer's character?
B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
"Oh, so we are"
1-Who said that and to whom? 2-Where were they?
3- What happened after that?
F- Translation
10- A- Translate into Arabic:
1- Abu- Heif gave his prize money for swimming the English Channel to the family of a British swimmer who had drowned while crossing the English Channel.
2- Egypt was so proud of its world famous swimmer that they gave his name to the beach at Al Anfoushi.
B- Translate into English:

يجب علينا أن نتأكد ألا ينسى الناس أبطال الماضي.

Test 5
Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue:
Ali and Ahmed who are talking about Ernest Hemingway:
Ali : Have you read the article written in Al Ahram today?
Ahmed : Yes, I did - It was about.....................(1)………………………….....
Ali : What do you know about Hemingway's book "The Old Man and the Sea"?
Ahmed : It is shorter than his other novels.
Ali : ......................(2)...................................................................................................?
Ahmed : Many people think this is his most successful book.
Ali :.......................(3).................................................................................................?
Ahmed : He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1953.
Ali : ...............(4)......................................................................................................?
Ahmed : Hemingway lived a very full and exciting life.


2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations:
1- You start telling a story about a swimmer who drowned.
2- You tell a friend what happened to someone who spent a night in a lifeboat.
3- You end a story about someone who was lost for a week in the desert.
4- Your friend tells you about the brave Egyptian who climbed Everest.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
1- A lot of old villagers suffer ........... poverty and illness.
a) in b)at c)from d)for
2- Hemingway had .......... an ordinary childhood.
a) extremely b) quite c) fairly d)very
3- Many people think "The Old Man and the Sea" is Hemingway's ........... book.
a) successful b) more successful c) most successful d) less successful
4- "The Old Man and the Sea" is .......... than "A Farewell to Arms".
a) short b) the shortest c) shorter d) shortest
5- Our plane nearly crashed. It was really ..............
a) terrifying b) furious c) exhausted d) frightened
6- Manolin was Santiago's young ............ .
a) son b) nephew c) apprentice d) cousin
7- After the fish took the fisherman's ........... it could not escape.
a) ball b) bait c) bail d) bag
8- The sharks ate the old man's marlin and left only its ............ .
a) skull b)skin c) skill d) skeleton
9- Santiago felt great........... because he had the fishing line round his body.
a) paint b) pad c) pain d) pan
10-Manolin was .................. about Santiago and went to visit him.
a) tired b) excited c) pleased d) worried
4- Rewrite the following sentences, using the word(s)
Soha went to a bookshop to buy some books. Different books were on a longer shelf in the bookshop. The shelf on the left corner was highest than the shelf on the right corner. The red book wasn't as most expensive as the black one. So, I took the red book and walked slow out of the shop.

5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
An old fisherman decided to sail to catch fish. He caught a ......(1)...... fish but it was so strong that he couldn't bring it to his ....(2).... . The fish pulled the man in his boat for two ....(3)..... and nights, but in the end the fish was more tired than the ....(4)...... . As he was coming back home, he ......(5)....... the fish. He arrived with only the ....(6).... of the fish.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Writers express themselves in words. There are many different kinds of writers, for instance, journalists who report for newspapers and technical writers who explain how machines work. However, many of the best known authors write fiction and are valued for the way they tell stories and how they use language.
A good writer has a style of writing that attracts your attention whether in a long novel or a short poem. Style includes creation of language and how a piece of work is structured.
Children's writers feature children as main characters, and write from the point of view of a child. Children's stories often appeal to the imagination and have a lot of humour. Children's authors choose subjects that are part of a child's world such as school, or the family. However, many themes of children's writing appeal to old ages, such as love, friendship and adventure. Some writers are famous because they sell lots of books. Others win prizes, such as the Nobel Prize for literature or have a successful film made of their books.
Answer The following questions:-
1- What are the different kinds of writers?
2- How can a good writer attract the reader's attention?
3- What subjects appeal to all ages? 4- Why are some writers famous?
Choose the correct answer:-
5- Children's stories appeal to ........... .
a) children's hearing memory b)what children know
c) children's talents and skills d)children's imagination
6- Writers who write for children choose subjects that are part of the child's ..............
a)town or city b)historic knowledge c)school or family d)social background
7- What does the underlined word "others" refers to?
a)children b)scientists c) writers d) families
7- Answer the following questions :

1- What is the story "The Old Man and the Sea" about?
2- What did the fish the old man caught first do?
3- What happened to the martin as the old man pulled it?
4- Why do you think the old man went fishing alone?
5- What does this story show us about people tike Santiago?
6- What do you feel about the old man at the end of the story?
D- The Novel
A) Answer the following questions:

1-What does the writer of" I never forget a face" find difficult to o?
2-What was the writer's wife always complain about?
3-Why does the writer like to live in Bardfield?
4-What does the writer do for a living ?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:-

"Wake up, old fellow! We're there! "
1-Why did the writer offer to help the man?
2-What did the man do in the way?
3-Why was the man wanted?
F- Translation
10- A- Translate into Arabic:

1- Novels and short stories are both kinds of fiction.
2- My teachers are very knowledgeable about their subjects.
B- Translate into English:

لقد حصل إرنست هيمنجواى على جائزة نوبل في الأدب عام 1953


Test 6
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue :
Finish the following dialogue between you and the representative of the Green Party:
Representative : Have you read the article written in Al Ahram today?
You :......................(1).................?
Representative : I represent the Green Party. Have you heard about it before?
You : ..........(2)............. Give me an idea about its activity, please.
Representative : The Green Party is concerned with the environment.
You : So you are trying to keep the environment healthy, ............(3)........... ?
Representative : Exactly! We're looking for new members, sir. …………..(4)………….?
You : I'd love to. It's an honour to be a member of the Green Party.

2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations
1- You are for the suggestion of banning cars from going into the city centre.
2- You are against your father's opinion that women shouldn't be given equal rights as men.
3- You agree with your friend's suggestion that mothers shouldn't take part in public life.
4- You agree that people should only drive their cars for four days a week.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
1- Scientists have discovered that cars can run on vegetable ...........
a) oil b) flour c) butter d) meat
2- Air which is ........... by exhaust fumes can damage your health as well as the environment.
a) damaged b) infected c) polluted d) filled
3- Some time in the future, we need to find a ............ for petrol.
a) place b) placement c) replacement d) seat
4- When the battery is empty, the petrol engine takes over and this .......... the battery.
a) charges b) changes c) rechanges d) recharges
5- Scientists have ........... engines which use natural gas.
a) built b) set up c) constructed d) designed
6- A : We haven't got any tea. B): OK. I................ some.
a) am going to get b) I'll get c) 'm getting d) get some
7- A : Why are you turning on the television? B) : ............................ the news.
a) I am going to watch b) I'll watch c) I'm watching d) I watch
8- A : Has everything been arranged for your travel? B: ............. tomorrow afternoon.
a) I'll leave b) I'm leaving c) I am going to leave d) I leave
9- A : What about your age? B : .............. 16 on Saturday.
a) I'm being b) I'm going to be c) I'll be d) I am
10-A : You look very happy. Have you had good news? B : Yes, my sister ........ a baby.
a) is having b) having c) is going to have d) would have

4- Rewrite the following sentences using the word(s) in brackets
1- She plans to spend the weekend on the farm. (going)
2-1 have arranged to get married next month. (getting)
3- When are you travelling to Italy? (intend)
4- We are going to spend a week in Hurghada. (plan)

5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
Air pollution is a big problem for the people and the environment. If you get stuck in a traffic ......(1).... in Cairo, your lungs will fill with the ....(2).... fumes from cars. This pollution can damage the ....(3)..... . Scientists have designed engines which use natural ....(4).... . Electric cars use ....(5).... . Scientists have also discovered that cars can run on ....(6)..... oil.
C- Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions :
In the year 2020, you will drive your smart car along the motor way from Cairo to Aswan. If something goes slightly wrong with its engine and you don't know what the fault is, the computer in your car will take over. It will work out what's wrong and do what needs to be done. It will then connect to the internet to find the nearest garage which carries spare parts that will put your car right. It will contact them by e-mail. Your car computer would ask when you would like to have your car mended. Thus your car's computer will not only inform you of the problem, it will also solve it for you.
One of the world's first smart cars was on show in London in 1999. In this car, a computer screen shows the driver where he or she is and if they get lost, it can give them turn by turn directions to their destination. The smart car can also tell the driver exactly where his or her vehicle is. The driver can phone the computer in the car and find out its location.
A- Answer the following questions :
1- How will the car of the future solve technical problems?
2- How do some modern cars help the driver to find his or her way?
3- How will the smart car help the driver to find its place?
4- What does the underlined word 'It" refer to?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- The smart car of the future will help you to ............ .
a) buy spare parts b) build a garage
c) hire a mechanic d) know what the fault is in your car's engine
6- The computer will contact your car by ................
a) messages b) letters c) e-mails d) contacts
7- If the driver forgot where he parked, the car computer tells him
a) the distance from the car b) the place of the car
c) the destination to go there d) the way to find it

7- Answer only Four (4) of the following questions :
1- How are engines in today's cars better than in the past?
2- How are cars that use petrol and batteries better than early electric cars?
3- Why do we need to find a replacement for petrol as soon as possible?
4- Who, do you think, is to blame for pollution?
5- Suggest solutions to the problem of air pollution.
6- In the future cars will use vegetable oil. What is your opinion?
E- Writing
9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about :
"The suggestion that people should only drive their cars for four days a week."
F- Translation
10- A) Translate into Arabic :
1- Air pollution is a, big problem for the environment and the people everywhere.
2- In the future, all cars will use vegetable oil which means that farmers will be able to grow fuel in their fields.

B) Translate into English :
نحن فى حاجة إلى البحث عن بديل للبترول بأسرع ما يمكن.

Test 7
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue :
Ahmed is talking to his friend. Osama about bird flu.
Ahmed : Can humans catch bird flu?
Osama : .........(1).......... .More than 300 people caught it.
Ahmed : ..........(2)...................... .
Osama : You shouldn't worry like that. ............(3)...............?
Ahmed : The recent outbreak of bird flu began in Asia in 2003.
Osama : What should people do to protect themselves from bird flu?
Ahmed : ................(4).................... .

2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations :
1- You advise your friend not to spend too much money.
2- Your brother is ill and you give him advice.
3- Your sister is opening a tin. It looks damaged and the food smells bad. Advise her.
4- You advise your schoolmates to keep your school clean.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
1- Experts believe the recent ........ of bird flu started in Asia in 2003.
a) outcome b) output c) outline d) outbreak
2- .............. is extremely important in protecting us from infections.
a) Clearance b) Cleanliness c) Cleverness d) Closure
3- You must never eat food that smells bad because it may be ........
a) delicious b) generous c) poisonous d) efficient
4-You must not leave pieces of food or dirty dishes lying around, as they will .......... flies.
a) attach b) attend c) attempt d) attract
5- If a child has dirty hands, they will be covered with ............ .
a) germs b) cream c) paste d) soap
6- You ............ park your car in a no parking area.
a) should b) needn't c) must d) mustn't
7- You ............ wash if you have touched an infected bird
a) should b) must c) mustn't d) shouldn't
8- You really need to get fit. You ........ go to the gym more often.
a) should b) couldn't c) shouldn't d) needn't
9- A ................... may cause a serious infection.
a) gym b) verb c) virus d) rule
10-You ........ try playing basketball. It's a great game.
a) must b) should c) shouldn't d) mustn't
4- Rewrite the following sentences using the word(s;
1-1 advise you to study hard. (should)
2- It is necessary for you to get a passport to travel abroad, (must)
3- You are not allowed to park your car here. (mustn't)
4- It is inadvisable to waste your time. (shouldn't)

5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
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.
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions :
Being healthy means being free of disease or injury and able to lead a fulfilling, active life. Many factors contribute to a person's health including genes, the environment, nutrition, life style and luck.
In poor countries, dirty water and lack of adequate food are among the main causes of poor health. Infectious diseases such as Malaria and AIDS are also major problems especially in countries that cannot afford modern drugs and medical equipment. In rich countries, health problems are more often caused by people's life style.
Anything that damages the body or how it works, can be called a disease. Some diseases are caused by micro-organisms, germs, others by injury or poisons from the body itself. Nearly all diseases can be treated by modern medicine to some extent.
The most common infectious diseases are caused by bacteria and viruses. Bacteria are single - celled organisms that live outside our cells. They multiply in blood fluids and wounds. Many are killed with drugs called antibiotics. Viruses are microscopic particles with their own genetic material. They live in pur cells and take them over, but cannot survive without them.

A- Answer the following questions :
1- What does being healthy mean?
2- What are the factors that contribute to a person's health?
3- What are the main causes of poor health in poor countries?
4- Give your opinion about lifestyle affecting health.


B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- In countries that cannot afford modern drugs, diseases such as .......... are major problems.
a) stomachaches b) headaches c) Malaria and AIDS d) colds and flu
6- Anything that damages the body or how it works, can be called a/ an ............. .
a) germ b) disease c) insect d) pest
7- Bacteria are single- celled organisms that multiply in ........... .
a) clean water b) healthy food c) blood fluids and wounds d) balanced diet

7- Answer only Four (4) of the following questions :
1- Why is cleanliness important?
2- What should you always do before a meal?
3- How should you keep food?
4- Why, do you think, it is important to follow rules of health?
5-In your opinion, how can parents sure that their children learn the rules of cleanliness?
6- What do you think of public hospitals in Egypt?
E- Writing
9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about :
"How to avoid illness by following pieces of advice on the rules of good health"
F- Translation
10- A) Translate into Arabic :
1- A piece of useful advice to avoid road accidents is to wear a seat belt even if you are not going very far.
2- If you have touched an infected bird, you must wash very well so as not to catch bird flu.

B) Translate into English :
من المهم جداً أن تكون الأماكن العامة ، مثل المطاعم والفنادق والمستشفيات والمدارس ، نظيفة وصحية.

Test 8
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue :
Omar is talking to Fathy.
Omar : You look worried. What's wrong?
Fathy : I got a very bad mark in science.
Omar : Oh! I'm sorry about that. ........(1)....................?
Fathy : Because I didn't study hard. .........(2)..............?
Omar : I think you should study hard in the second term. If ................(3)....................
Fathy : I know you are right.
Omar : What have you learnt from your mistake?
Fathy : ................(4)...........................
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations :
1- Your brother dropped his money carelessly and couldn't buy what he needed.
2- Your sister left the door of the cage open, so the birds flew away. What, do you think, she learnt from this mistake?
3- You tell a friend what King Lear learns from his terrible mistake.
4- Your little brother was carrying many bottles of Pepsi, so they all fell down and broke. What, do you think, he learnt from this?
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
1- In 1592, Shakespeare went to London to be a/ an ............. .
a) writer b) actor c) novelist d) journalist
2- A ................... is someone who supports an organization, artist or musical performer.
a) partner b) painter c) parent d) patron
3- A ........... is a building with a stage where plays are performed.
a) cinema b) circus c) theatre d) playground
4- Lear discovers his terrible mistake, so he..... around the country with his two good friends.
a) wishes b) wonders c) wanders d) moves
5- The English soldiers arrived in Dover and ............. the French.
a) beat b) won c) gained d) scored
6- If Shakespeare's family .. financial problems, he wouldn't have left school at the age of 14.
a) had b) had had c) hadn't had d) would have
7- He ............ to hospital if he hadn't been injured.
a) would have gone b) would go c) wouldn't go d) wouldn't have gone
8- What sport do you ( make – do – give – take ) ?
9- Try not to ( do – give – make – say )any noise when you go into the library.
10- If he ............ today's newspaper, he wouldn't have known about the job advertisement.
a) had bought b) bought c) hadn't bought d) hasn't bought

4- Correct the underlined mistakes in the following paragraph :
The first thing Shakespeare wrote was a long poem. He first went to London because he want to be an actor. Without his rich patron, he wouldn't have be successful. He part owned a Globe Theatre. He made a lot of money from it. Shakespeare died in April 23, 1616.
5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
Old king Lear soon discovers that he has made a terrible mistake. It is soon...(1).... to him that his two daughters say that they love him to get his ....(2)...... The ....(3)..... is that they do not love their ....(4).... at all. Lear ....(5).... around the country with his last two good friends until they arrive in Dover. Cordelia comes to England with ......(6)....... to try to save him and to take his country back.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions :
Gertrude was the Queen of Denmark two months after the death of the king of Denmark. She married Cladius his brother. She did not know that Claduis was evil. People believed that he had killed his brother so that he himself might become the king. Hamlet was her son.
Hamlet loved his dead father and was very sad at his death. His mother's marriage made Hamlet even more unhappy. He became tired of the world, he had no more pleasure in the things he used to do. He stopped wanting to read, to play and to do all the things that young men love to do.
Neither Hamlet's mother nor Cladius could do anything to make Hamlet happier. The ghost of Hamlet's father appeared and told his son that Cladius killed him while sleeping. He poured poisonous liquid into his ears and caused his death. He told him that he must kill his uncle but he asked him not to hurt his mother.
Hamlet pretended to be mad. He thought of a plan. He asked the actors to act a story which was like the death of his father.
A- Answer the following questions :
1- Why was Hamlet sad? 2- What did the people believe about Cladius?
3- How was Hamlet's father killed? 4- What must Hamlet do after he met the ghost?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- The underlined word, 'He' refers to .............. .
a) Cladius b) Hamlet c) his friend d) his father
6- In order to be sure that his uncle killed his father, Hamlet......... .
a) became tired of the world b) had no more pleasure in the things he used to do
c) asked the actors to act the story which is like the death of his father
d) stopped wanting to read
7- After Hamlet had met the ghost, he pretended to be….
a) sad b)mad c) tired d) pleased
7- Answer only Four (4) of the following questions :
1- Why is Cordelia sent away to France?
2- What terrible mistake does King Lear make?
3- What is the truth about Goneril and Regan?
4- How, do you think, Cordelia feels when she hears what has happened to her father?
5- How, do you think, Lear feels when Cordelia tries to help him?
6- What, do you think, Lear learns from the mistake he has made?
E- Writing
9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about :
"A story about learning from past mistakes"
F- Translation
10- A) Translate into Arabic :
1- Shakespeare would not have been so rich if he hadn't been the part owner of the Globe Theatre in London.
2- The rich should always help the poor in every possible way.
B) Translate into English :
ماذا تعلمت من أخطائك التى ارتكبتها فى الماضى؟

Test 9
A- Language Functions
1- Finish the following dialogue :
Finish the following dialogue between you and Ahmed who is going to the USA:
Ahmed : I'm going to New York, the biggest city in the USA next week.
You : ............. ............. (1) ............................ ?
Ahmed : It's famous for the Statue of Liberty which is at the entrance of the harbour.
You : What is this statue a symbol of?
Ahmed : ........................... (2) ............................ .
You : .......................... (3) ............................ ?
Ahmed : Washington is the capital of the country.
You : I think New York has more skyscrapers than any other city in the world. What is the most famous building there?
Ahmed : ........................... (4) ........................... .
You : Have a nice trip.
Ahmed : Thank you.
2- Write what you would say in each of the following situations :
1- A tourist asks you where the Karnak Temple is.
2- Your little sister asks you about the history of the Pyramids.
3- A visitor is asking you what he can see and do in the Pyramids area.
4- A friend wants to know something about Paris.
B- Vocabulary and Structure
3- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
1- If too many people want to travel at the same time, trains get.....
a) populated b) over weight c) polluted d) overcrowded
2- More and more ............ visitors are coming to Egypt for holidays and sightseeing.
a) careless b) strange c) foreign d) unknown
3- Seven per cent of the .............. of Japan live in Tokyo.
a) posters b) population c) possession d) portrait
4- This road is very narrow, but the road I live on is very ............
a) wide b) popular c) noisy d) dangerous
5- The Statue of Liberty welcomes people from other countries. To them it is a.... of freedom.
a) motto b) slogan c) symbol d) logo
6- Although I was very polite to him, he refused ............. for what he had done.
a) apologizing b) to apologize c) apologize d) to apologizing
7- You should stop .............. It's very bad for your health.
a) smoke b) to smoke c) smoking d) smoked
8- Our school wants ............. more computers.
a) to buy b) buying c) buy d) will buy
9- I'd love ( seeing – to see – see – saw ) that film.
10- She dislikes ( sit – sitting – to sit – sits ) in traffic jams.
4- Correct the underlined mistakes in the following paragraph :
1- I'd like you to lend me your book. (Would you mind)
2- Let's go to the club. (suggested)
3-1 won't go with such a fast driver. (refuse)
4- They will stay at home. (decided)

5- Read the text below, then write the word which best fits each space:
This is an article about Tokyo, the capital of Japan. About seven per cent of the ......(1)..... of the country live there, so it is very ......(2)..... It's Japan's main .......(3)...... centre, and like New York it has ......(4)...... and fast, wide roads. These are always filled with traffic, so Tokyo has some of the worst .......(5)...... in the world. Tokyo is the home of Japan's emperor, whose ........(6)..... stands in a beautiful park in the centre of the city.
(C) Reading Comprehension and Set Books
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions :
The Eiffel Tower is the most famous landmark in Paris. It was built in 1889 to impress visitors to the Great Exhibition, which was held in Paris during that year. It was the world's highest metal structure until 1931 when the Empire State Building was completed in New York. It is 324 meters high. The Tower was named after Gustave Eiffel, the structural engineer who designed it. It cost more than a million dollars to build. About two million people visited the Tower in its first year and the fees they paid completely covered the building costs.
The Tower has three levels, which are connected by lifts. Visitors can, if they prefer, climb the 1.652 steps to the top. 40 tonnes of paint are used to repaint the Tower every four years. The Tower has been climbed by mountaineers and used by parachutists. In the millennium celebrations of 2000, it was fitted with thousands of fireworks which were timed to go off to make the Tower look like a rocket launched into space. On top there is a weather station.

A- Answer the following questions :
1- When was the Tower built and why? 2- Who designed it?
3- How high is it? 4- How, do you think, people get to the top of the Tower?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d :
5- Nowadays the world's highest metal structure is ............... .
a) the Eiffel Tower b) the Empire State Building
c) Taj Mahal d) the Cairo Tower
6- About............. million people visited the Tower in its first year and the fees they paid completely covered the building costs.
a) three b) seven c) two d) four
7- In the millennium celebrations of 2000, the Tower looked like
a) a lighthouse b) the Opera House
c) a rocket launched into space d) a parachute

7- Answer only Four (4) of the following questions :
1- What can you see at the entrance to New York harbour?
2- What is very popular with tourists in Paris?
3- Why does Tokyo have some of the worst pollution in the world?
4- What do you think of living in Tokyo?
5- Drivers have to pay to drive into the centre of Cairo during working hours on weekdays. Do you agree or not? Give a reason.
6- What do you think of the Cairo underground train?

E- Writing
9- Write a paragraph of seven (7) sentences about :
"Places in Egypt that are interesting for tourists"
F- Translation
10- A) Translate into Arabic :
1- Alexandria is a beautiful city where there are lots of things all enjoy visiting like the library, museums, restaurants, galleries and parks.
2- The benefits of living in a large modern city are so many: employment, a range of shops and good transport.

B) Translate into English :
1- كيف تستطيع مساعدة السياح على الاستمتاع بزيارتهم لمصر؟
2- يجب لن نهتم بالعلم وبالبحث العلمي لأنه سبب في تقدم الأمم ورفاهيتها
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