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First Term Test (n:1)
Thurs, October 25th, 2007
In England, people eat a big breakfast; they have meat and eggs, or fish, or fried bacon, and bread and butter with jam or marmalade.
They drink tea or coffee with milk.
People work from eight or nine till one. They do not go home for lunch.
They lunch in a restaurant or tea-shop, or at the office.
Many people live out of town in the suburbs. When they come home, they have dinner, which is often a cold meal.
On Sunday, they usually eat roast beef with boiled vegetables.
Part One: (14Pt)
Section One: A- Read the text, then answer the following questions:(5pts)
1- What is the biggest meal in England? *....................................
2-What time do the English people start work? *............................
3- Do they have lunch at home? * ...........................................
4- Where do they usually have dinner? * ...................................
5- Give a title to the text. * ...............................................
B- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (2pts)
a little ‡.......... without ‡........... go ‡.......... never ‡.............
Section Two:A-What do the underlined words in the text refer to?(1pt)
They E..................... Which E .....................
B- Complete with tag questions: (4pts)
1- The English people have a big breakfast, .......... ......... ?
2- They don’t have lunch at home, ...... ......... ?
3- Give me some water, ...... ........ ?
4- You liked the food, ........ ........ ?
C- Cross the letter you don’t pronounce (Silent letters)(2pts)
knife – lamb – dinner – bread – often - half
Part Two: Write a paragraph about Algerian meals. (6 pts)
In Algeria, .................................................. ............................... .......................... .................... ...
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First Term Test (n:2)
November 22nd, 2007
Nowadays scientists can make copies of plants, animals, and even human beings. We call this “cloning”. There is nothing new about cloning at all. Ancient Greeks cloned plants over 4000 years ago and the first cloned frog appeared in 1968. Twenty-nine years later, in 1997, Dr. Ian Wilmut and other follow researchers from Edinburgh University, Scotland, managed to clone an adult sheep from a single cell to produce a lamb (Dolly) with the same genes as its mother. Some people are worried because scientists started to think about cloning human beings.
Part One: (14Pt)
Section One: A- Read the text, then answer the following questions:(5pts)
1- What is the text about? *................................................. ..
2- Can scientists clone plants and animals? *..................................
3- Who, do you think, could clone plants first? * ............................
4- When did the first cloned animal appear? * ...............................
5- Where was “Dolly” cloned? * ..............................................
B- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following: (1,5pts)
began= ................anxious= ................make copies= ..................
B- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (1,5pts)
in the past‡.................modern‡...............the last ‡.................
Section Two:A-What does the underlined word in the text refer to?(1pt)
its E.....................
B- Turn these sentences into the passive form: (3pts)
1- Scientists can make copies of plants.
E.................................................. .......................
2- Ancient Greeks cloned plants.
E.................................................. ........................ C- How many syllables do these words consist ofWrite 1-2-3):(2pts)
copies – plants – animals – cloning – adult – people - scientists
.... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Part Two: Find the questions:(6pts)
A: .........scientists............copies of animals?
B: Yes, they can.
A: ........................................?
B: We call this :Cloning”.
A:.................................................. .?
B: No, they haven’t cloned a human being, yet?
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First Term Test (n:1
You like Algerian food, don’t you?
Bourek is a famous Algerian dish, isn’t it?
A big competition for delicious Bourek will take place at El Hana Restaurant next week. You want to participate? Think of your special recipe using our ingredients:
-Pancakes – tomatoes – onions – potatoes- olives – minced meat – cheese – tuna – egg – salt and pepper.
Winners will get a free weekend for two at El Aurassi Hotel in Algiers.
Advert:
Part One: (14Pt)
Section One: A-Are these sentences true or false? Correct the false ones.(3pts)
1- Bourek is an Algerian dish. ......... .................................................. ...............................
2- The competition will take place at school. .......... .................................................. ...
3- Candidates will use their own ingredients. ........... .................................................. .
B- Read the text, then answer the following questions:(2pts)
1- When will the competition take place? *....................................
2- What will the prize be? *............................
C- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following: (1pt)
tasty = ................................ well known = .................................
C- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (1pt)
last ‡................................ losers ‡...........................
Section Two:A- Complete with tag questions: (2pts)
1-Let’s make Bourek, ........ ....... ?
2- The prize is not bad, ...... ..... ?
-B- Put the correct form of the verb: (3pts)
every Ramadan, we (to make)................. Bourek. My brother (to like) ................. preparing it for us. Lat time, he (to be) .................. absent, but when I (to try)
................................. to make it, he (to knock) ........................ at the door.
-C- Write /i/or /i:/ under the underline letters (2pts)
week – minced – meat – competition.
... ... ... ...
Part Two: (Situation of Integration) (6 pts)
You are one of the candidates in the competition. Using the ingredients of the advert, make your own recipe for Bourek. Use time sequencers: (first- then-next ...) and the imperative with verbs like: Put-take –add- sprinkle . . .
(Turn the page and write your paragraph)
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First Term Exam (4AM)
People eat different foods in different places. Let’s take the example of Nepal.
Nepal has no sea. Most people in Nepal are farmers. Theygrow grains, fruit, and other crops in the lowlands. The temperatures are very warm there. Rice and corn grow in terraced fields in the cooler hill regions. Potatoes and barley are the staple or chief crops at higher elevations. Temperatures are the cooler there.
The Nepalese raise goats, cattle and yaks for dairy produce. They eat meat only on special occasions. Religious rules affect which meats people in Nepal eat: Hindus, who make up almost 90 percent of the population, do not eat beef, and Muslims do not eat pork.
Part One: (14Pt)
Section One: A-Are these sentences true or false? Correct the false ones.(3pts)
1- There are not many farmers in Nepal. *...................................
2- Most of the Nepalese do not eat beef.* ..................................
3- They eat meat everyday * ........................................
B- Read the text, then answer the following questions:(2pts)
1- Why do the Nepalese raise animals? *....................................
2-What is the main product in Nepal? *............................
B- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following: (2pts)
People from Nepal=..................... The majority=......................
Section Two:A-What do the underlined words in the text refer to?(2pt)
They E............................ there E .........................
B- Complete with tag questions: (3pts)
1- People do not eat the same foods, ...... ........ ?
2- Nepal has no sea, ....... ... ?
C- Write: /s/, /z/ or / iz/ under each of the following words:(2pts)
foods – places – fruits – crops – meats – regions
/.../ /.../ /.../ /.../ /...//.../
Part Two (Situation of integration) (6pts)Complete this dialogue:
A: .....................................?
B: they eat bread, potatoes, other vegetables, fruit and . . .
A: ....................................?
B: No, they don’t. They eat meat every week.
A: ....................................?
B: They eat chicken, beef, lamb...
A: ..................................?
B: No, they don’t, because they are Muslims.
Second Term Exam
Preparation for the test is very important and starts at home. Preparation is the work that pupils do before the test. But just how you go about it? The majority of the pupils revise for exams alone. This method may possibly be suitable for some children, but on the other hand it may well be the cause of the failure of many others.
Children who revise in groups may have better chances of success than those who revise alone. When they work in groups, they help one an other by asking and answering questions that they might have in exams. Group preparation may also reduce stress if the children practise under test conditions.
Prof Malcolm Kane-University of Texas
Part One: (14Pt)
Section One: A- Read the text, then answer the following questions:(5pts)
1- What is the text about?
2- How many paragraphs are there in the text?
3- How does the Prof define the word “preparation”? (What is preparation?)
4- How do most of the pupils revise for exams?
5- What is better according to the Prof, to revise in groups or alone?
B- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following: (1.5pts)
interesting= .................begins= ................can be= ..................
B- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (1.5pts)
after‡..................worse‡...................failure ‡....................
Section Two:A-What do the underlined words in the text refer to?(1 pt)
B- Complete with: can – can’t- may – might – could – will be able to(3pts)
The sky is cloudy now. It ....(1).... rain.
When I was young, I .....(2)...... run very fast.
There are no clouds in the sky, but it.....(3).... rain. The weather is very cold.
This bag is very heavy. I ....(4)...... lift it.
Parrots .....(5)...... speak.
If I take some English lessons, I ........(6)......... speak it fluently.
C-Classify the following words according to the pronunciation of the underlined letters: test – mean – may –really – better –they –stress – very – explain (2 pts)
/i:/
/e/
/ei
Part Two6pts)
Your little brother/sister has asked you to give him a piece of advice about exam preparation. Write a short paragraph telling him/her how to prepare for tests and exams. (Use modals like: You should / you must / You ought to / You can /You may / You might . . .
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