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Egypt's young people must now use their IT skills in phase two of the revolution, making the country a model for democratic movements in the Arab world, says Baquer Namazi.
Young people with laptops and fired by souls thirsting for freedom have become the defining forces for democratic change in the 21st century, using peaceful and non-violent methods of protestation against state oppression.
Modern IT facilitates instant communication and turns the global village into a reality. Internet tools, particularly social-networking services like Facebook and Twitter, have been credited with playing an important role in the Egyptian uprising, helping protesters to organise and communicate.
The story can be told in Ghoneim's words. "I've read about Egyptian history in history books, but they convinced us for 30 years that Egypt had died and that there was no such a thing as Egypt any more. We were just a generation that needed to eat and sleep," he said.
Yet, the new social media helped this generation to re-awake, to hunger for more than just food, to connect and share ideas, to dream and to plan for change. "Tens of thousands of people on 25 January decided to start a search, a journey, for Egypt. And then they convinced hundreds of thousands, and then millions, of others. We were all looking for Egypt, and thank God we found her."
When combined with satellite TV, the popular power to promote just causes through IT has become a formidable force. When the demonstrators in Tahrir Square seemed to be facing obstacles, Twitter messages brought hundreds of thousands more flowing into the Square. The participants in the protest demonstrations were people from all walks of life, moved from being passive observers to being active participants. As the movement gathered momentum, it broke down resistance to the will of the people, and Hosni Mubarak caved in and resigned.
This leaderless movement of millions of people was able to connect with its members through IT. Ghoneim's followers on Twitter now stand at 750,000, and they are still growing.
The Egyptian youth movement can and should take the lead. Egypt has the potential to become a model for other Arab and Middle Eastern countries. Let us see young people with their IT skills succeeding where older generations have failed.
A- Give short answer to the following questions:-
1. In what way should young Egyptians use IT skills?
- Young Egyptians should use their IT skills in phase two of the revolution, making the country a model for democratic movements in the Arab world.
2. What role did Twitter play in Tahrir Square?
- When the demonstrators in Tahrir Square seemed to be facing obstacles, Twitter messages brought hundreds of thousands more flowing into the Square.
3. What kind of people were the demonstrators?
- The demonstrators were people from all walks of life.
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:-
4. Which one of the following sentences is true?
a- This leaderless movement of millions of people was able to connect with its members through IT.
b- This leaderless movement of millions of people was unable to connect with its members through IT.
c- This leaderless movement of millions of people was able to connect with its members by letters.
d- This leader movement of millions of people was able to connect with its members through IT.
5. …………… leads to a model country.
a- Potential b- Democracy c- Demonstrating d- Resistance
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The 2011 Egyptian protests are street demonstrations that began in Egypt on 25 January 2011 and had an effect on Friday 28th (the day of anger). The protests began with tens of thousands marching in Cairo and a string of other cities in Egypt. The 2011 protests have been the largest demonstrations seen in Egypt since the 1977. They include participants from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and faiths. There were a lot of causes that arouses the protestors: police brutality, lack of free elections and free speech, and corruption, as well as economic issues including high unemployment, food price inflation, and low minimum wages. The primary demand from protest organisers is the end of the Hosni Mubarak regime, and a new government that represents the interests of the Egyptian people, and respects rights of freedom and justice. International response to the protests has been mixed, though most have called for some sort of peaceful protests. At last, the Egyptian people succeeded in obtaining most of their demands.
A) Answer the following questions:
1. How do the 2011 protests differ from earlier protests?
- The 2011 protests have been the largest demonstrations seen in Egypt since the 1977 as they include participants from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and faiths.
2. What do the demonstrators mainly want?
- The demonstrators mainly want the end of the Hosni Mubarak regime, and a new government that represents the interests of the Egyptian people, and respects rights of freedom and justice.
3. Do you think the 2011 revolution is in favour of the Egyptians? Why?
- I think so, because the Egyptian people succeeded in obtaining most of their demands.
B) Choose the correct answer:
4. One of these is not a cause of the problem.
a- police treatment b- free election c- low wages d- food price
5. The participants in the demonstrations are ……… in their culture.
a- the same b- similar c- different d- identical
ثانيا قطع امتحان السودان
Amy Tan is a Chinese American writer. She writes about the lives of second generation Chinese American. She was born in California in 1952, several years after her mother and father immigrated to San Francisco from China. Her father John, was an electrical engineer. When Amy was eight, her essay, "What the Library means to me" won first prize Her father died in 1967 from brain trouble as her brother. Tan has written several novels including "The Joy Luck Club", published in 1989, This novel has been translated into 15 languages," The Kitchen God's Wife" and ''Saving Fish from Drawing". Theses deal with the difficulties mothers and daughters have in truly understanding one another. She also wrote a collection of non-fiction essays entitled the Opposite of Fate. Tan lived New York with her husband, a lawyer whom she met and married in 1973. Tan received her bachelor's and master's degrees in English and linguistics.
A) Answer the following questions:-
1- Where were Amy Tan's parents born?
They were born in China.
2- What did she do when she was eight?
She wrote an article "What the library means to me." Which won the first prize
3-How did her father meet his end?
He died in 1967 from brain trouble.B) Choose the best answer from a. b, c or d:-
4- Amy Tan was married when she was .........
a) 25 b) 52 c) 22 d) 74
5- The underlined word (This) refers to .............
a) The joy Luck Club. b) The kitchen God's wife
c) The hundred secret senss d) Saving fish from drawing
6- Read the following passage, then answer the questions
The basic function of education is to teach children knowledge, values, and pattern of behaviour they will need in the adult World and will move from generation to another. Education is largely informal that occurs within the family. Family members teach children the values of their society as well as certain basic skills. Parents may teach their children the skills of cooking, food gathering, hunting and fishing. By this way Children learn the way of society by participating in adult activities.
Formal education which involves instruction by specific trained teachers who follow officially recognized policies, is called schooling, Schools fulfill this function through a set of courses that include such subjects as languages and literature, history geography, mathematics, science and foreign Languages. Also schools develop the critical thinking of students' skills that are necessary to meet their needs in the future.
A) Answer the following questions
1- What is the aim of education?
The aim of education is to teach children knowledge , values and pattern of behaviour
2- How will schools achieve their goals?
Schools fulfill this function through a set of courses
3- How do children learn from societies?
by participating in adult activities.
B) Choose the best answer from a. b. c or d:
4- The underlined word "their" refers to....
a) members b) parents c)students d) teachers
5- This passage mentioned.......... types of education.
a) two b) three c)one d) four
ثالثاا قطع امتحان موقع الوزارة
One day, while my friend and I were travelling through Italy, we were very hungry. We decided to stop at a village market to buy some groceries. I chose some cookies and went to the front counter to pay. Near the counter I saw some packaged cookies in a large bin. They looked good and were a lot cheaper than the ones I had in my hand, so I took them instead. We left the store and looked for a place where we could eat. We found a quiet place under a tree and we ate our sandwiches first, and then the cookies. We thought they were great. "Let's get these again," I said. "They' re cheap and they really taste good." My friend can read some Italian, but I can't, so I gave him the package so he could look for the brand name. He looked at it and then started to laugh. "Why are you laughing?" I asked. "Because they're dogs biscuits." He said.
A- Give short answers to the following questions.
1- Why did they stop at a village market?
- to buy some groceries .
2- What did the narrator have to do before eating the biscuits?
- He had to eat sandwiches
3- Give a suitable title to the passage?
- any suitable answer
B- Choose the correct answer from a,b,c or d:
4- The closest meaning of the underlined word "package" is -------------.
a) bag b) container c) packet d) pot
5- According to the passage, ------------- are places near the counter at the shop.
a) cookies b) sandwiches
c) groceries d) dog biscuits
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The idea of Mother's day is a very old idea. The idea dates back to the ancient Egyptians' who celebrated a day to honour Isis, the mother of the pharaohs. The Egyptians were not
the only ones who felt the need to honour their mothers. The ancient Greeks celebrated a day to honour Rhea, the mother of gods. The Romans built a temple to the mother of the gods, named Magna Mater. They also held a celebration every March in her honour. The Christians celebrated a day to honour Mary, The mother of Jesus. Later, English Christians expanded the celebration to honour all mother. The English holiday was called "Mothering Sunday" When the English colonialists came to America, they didn't have time for "Mothering Sunday" so the holiday was not celebrated there. The grieving mothers after the US Civil War from both sides had meetings. They established a "Mothers, Friendship Day" for mother who had lost sons in the war.
A: Give a short answer to the following questions:
1- How did the Romans honour Magna Mater?
1-The Romans built a temple to the mother of the gods.
2- When did the "Mothering Sunday" holiday stop?
2- When the English colonialists came to America,they didn't have time for"Mothering Sunday"
3- Give words from the passage that give the meaning of :
a) treat with special respect b) feeling extremely sad
- A) treat with special respect = honour B) feeling extremely sad = grieving
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4- The underlined word "they" refer to ----------------
a) the Greeks b) the Romans c) the ancient Egyptians d) the early Christians
5- There are-----------goddesses mentioned in the passage.
a) four b) three c) five d) six
- Read the following passage , then answer the questions:-
I have never been a fast reader as a child, it took me two weeks to read a book that my friends could read in two days. This worried my parents, so they took me for an eye test. The doctor Said there was nothing wrong with my eyes
and said he thought I was probably lazy. This was very annoying, but I was pleased to know that I did not need to wear glasses. Now I am older, I understand my problem better. The truth is that I cannot concentrate on what I am reading if there is any noise around me, so, for example, I cannot read in a
room where people are talking or watching television. I sometimes read in bed where it is quiet, but if I am tired, I fall asleep after a few minutes and forget what I have read the next day.
( a ) Give short answers to the following questions:-
1- What is the writer's problem?
1 ) He's a slow reader.
he's read the next day.
( B ): Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
( 4 ) c: he was lazy. ( 5 ) a: noise makes it difficult for him to read.
2- How did the writer's parents solve his problem improper for the writer?
2 ) They took him to have an eye test.
3- Why is reading in bed improper to the writer?
3 ) If he is tired, he falls asleep after a few minutes and he can't remember what
( b ) Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4- The doctor said that the problem was ……………………………..
( a ) that he needed glasses. ( b ) he had serious eye problems.
( c ) he was lazy. ( d ) he found it difficult to concentrate.
5- What does the writer think about the cause of the problem?
( a ) Noise makes it difficult for him to read.
( b ) He does not like people watching T.V.
( c ) He is usually tired.
( d ) He is not interested in the books he reads.
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Computers in the classroom
Over the past twenty years, computers and the internet have become more and more important to us. In fact, depending on computer technology continues to grow every day.
We seem to use computers for almost everything these days; in shopping, driving our cars; or communicating with relatives and colleagues. This explosion in computer technology has resulted in a rush to install computers in every
classroom and to " wire " every school to the internet. In the USA, between 1984 and 1997 alone, the number of computers in secondary schools increased to more than 8 million units.
Both educators and students alike have been forced to keep up with this new wave of technology. Teachers have found that even though they themselves are still trying to learn the most basic computer skills. They are expected to teach students about computer know-how. Few
people would question the role that computers could play in education. Some educators claim that students, given the opportunity to use them in a classroom
setting, will get better grades than those who learn without having had any computer experience. These people say that just as computer technology has improved the way
cars work, computers will make the classroom a better place to teach concepts and ideas that students need to become brighter, more successful adults.
( A ) – Answer the following questions:-
1- How could computers help students become more successful?
1 ) Computers concepts and ideas that students need to become brighter, more
successful adults. They will get better grades.
3 ) We seem to use computers for almost everything these days
( B ) – Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
2- In your opinion, what are the possible disadvantages of using computers?
2 ) There are some possible disadvantages of using computers in education, for example:
- They need space and a small number of students in classes.
- They are expensive.
- Students sometimes waste their time playing games.
- They may cause some health problems like back and neck aches.
3- Give some examples of every day uses of computers in our lives?
in shopping, driving our car
, or communicating with relatives and colleagues.
( B ) – Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d.
( 4 ) The expression " keep up with " means.
( a ) keep in touch ( b ) support ( c ) manage ( d ) continue to learn
( 5 ) " Few people are unaware of the role played by computers .." means..……....
( a ) Many people are certain about the importance of computers.
( b ) Some people ask questions about computers.
( c ) Not many people doubt the importance of computers.
( d ) Some people want more computers.
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People may be divided into two types: winners and losers. Because our families and friends have a great influence on us as we grow, we are born helpless and dependent on
our environment. Winners are able to change their situation and become independent by being responsible for their own lives. They don’t blame others for their mistakes. They do
their own thinking, they listen to others, evaluate what they say, and then they make up their minds. Although they may fail at times, yet they keep self-confidence. Winners
overcome their bad experiences. They enjoy work, play, food and the world of nature. They freely enjoy themselves but they can postpone it if duty calls. Losers, on the other hand never learn to take responsibility for their own lives. There are many causes why people can become losers: disease, poor nutrition, cruelty, unhappy relationships and bad experiences. These can interfere with the normal progress towards becoming a winner. But whereas winners fight these situations, losers hang on to them, and use them as excuses. Losers usually feel anxious, unhappy and bored. They are afraid to try new things and often repeat their own mistakes again and again. Losers spend their lives waiting for something wonderful to happen to save them from their problems with their lives but never try to change .
A)Give short answers to the following questions :
1-What are the qualities of the winners ?
1- Winners are able to change their situation and become independent by being
responsible for their own lives. They don’t blame others for their mistakes.
worse.
2-What does the underlined word ( these ) refer to ?
2- It refers to (disease, poor nutrition, cruelty, unhappy relationships and bad experiences).
3-Find in the text words which mean :
a) to put off until a later time b) to get rid of
3- a) postpone = to put off until a later time b) overcome = to get rid of
B) Choose the correct answer from a ,b , c , or d :
4- When winners fail at times, they …………………..
a) are afraid to try new things
b) never keep their self – confidence
c) spend their time waiting
d) never repeat their own mistakes
5- Losers are people who ……………
a) blame others for their mistakes
b) overcome their bad experiences
c) learn to take responsibility d) try to change
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Scientists believe that there is a number of reasons for climatic changes. One reason could be the changes in the amount of heat which actually comes from the sun at
different times. Another could be volcanic dust. People have also been adding gases such as carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. These are called greenhouses because they hang in the atmosphere around the Earth like the roof and walls of a greenhouse. The Earth receives heat and light from the sun sends this back into space as infrared radiation. Much of this radiation cannot pass through the greenhouse gases and this causes increased temperatures near the Earth.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing mainly because all countries burn fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas and coal. The destruction of the big rain forests, which absorb carbon dioxide and give out oxygen, makes matters worse. What can be done to prevent this situation? Global warming is a problem that affects every country and every person in the world. First of all, all governments must agree to stop the destruction of the world’s rain forests. Secondly, they must agree to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide that transport and industries emit into the atmosphere. And we can all play a part as individuals. We should all try to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide we emit into the atmosphere. This can be done by driving fuel- efficient cars. The best way people can help is to use public transport as much as possible instead of
their cars. And finally, we should plant more trees in the cities and on farms to give us back the air we need.
A) A)Give short answers to the following questions :
1-What are the reasons for climatic changes?
1- The changes in the amount of heat which actually comes from the sun at different times.
Another could be volcanic dust.
2-What does the underlined word this refers to?
2- It refers to (reduce the amount of carbon dioxide we emit into the atmosphere (
3-Why does the amount of carbon dioxide increase in the atmosphere?
3- Because all countries burn fossil fuels such as oil, natural gas and coal. The destruction
of the big rain forests, which absorb carbon dioxide and give out oxygen, makes matters
B) Choose the correct answer from a ,b , c , or d :
4- If the amount of carbon dioxide doubles, the average temperature will --------
a) decrease b) reduce c) increase d) raise
5- To help, people can use ----------------
a) their private cars b) their old buses c) private cars and

طريقة الإجابة علي هذا السؤال :
1- قراءة الأسئلة وترجمة ما تعرفه من كلمات وتخمين الكلمات الأخرى ولذلك لمعرفة الفكرة العامة التي تدور حولها القطعة.
2- قراءة القطعة كاملة أول مرة وترجم ما نعرفه من كلمات وخمن الأخرى.
3- يعاد قراءة القطعة مرة أخرى ولكن هذه المرة عليك تقسيم القطعة إلى مجموعة قطع صغيرة كل قطعة أربعة أو ثلاث اسطر .
4- إقراء الثلاث اسطر بعناية واستنتج معاني بعض الكلمات التي تفيدك في الإجابة على الأسئلة .
5- بعد قراءة الفقرة الأولى مثلا لابد أن ترجع إلى الأسئلة فمن المؤكد أن تجد إجابة احد الأسئلة في هذه الفقرة.
6- اتبع نفس الطريقة في باقي الفقرات " تقرا الفقرة ثم تعود إلى الأسئلة لإيجاد حل هذه الأسئلة "

ان المشكله الكبرى التى تواجه الطلبه عند الاجابه على أمثلة قطعة الفهم Comprehension والتى تجعلهم يعجزون عن فهم معناها وبالتالى لايستطيعون اجابة الأسئله الموضوعه عليها هو عدم معرفتهم لمعانى الكثير من الكلمات التى وردت فى القطعه، اما لأنها لم تصادفهم من قبل، واما لأنها مستعمله استعمالا جديدا عليهم. وتعترضهم نفس المشكله فى قطعة الترجمه الى اللغه العربيه. ويمكن للطالب أن يستنتج معنى كلمه لايعرف معناها اذا أتبع الطرق الآتيه:
الطريقة الأولى:
يمكن أستنتاج معنى كلمه ما من المعنى العام للجمله أو الفقره التى وردت فيها هذه الكلمه لأن ذلك يساعد على فهم معنى هذه الكلمه، لأن الكلمه فى الواقع انما تشتق معناها مما حولها من سياق (أى بقية كلمات الجمله) فلو تجاهلت الجمله المستعمله فيها الكلمه وحملقت فى الكلمه وحدها وأمعنت النظر والفكر فلن تستطيع أن تصل الى معناها، وانما يتيسر لك الوصول الى معناها من استنتاجك من الجمله المستعمله فيها أو من سياق الكلام الذى يضفى على الكلمه معناها ويبين مدلولها، فمثلا أنت لاتعرف معنى كلمة assault اذا كانت قائمه بذاتها، ولكنها اذا أستعملت فى جمله يصبح معناها واضحا تستطيع استنتاجه من المثال الآتى:
The soldiers began their assault on the enemy.
بعد قراءة هذه الجمله يمكنك أن تقول بسهوله ان معنى كلمة assault هو "هجوم".
مثال آخر: قد لانعرف معنى كلمة den أو Prey الآن كيف أن استعمال هاتين الكلمتين فى سياق مفيد منه استنتاج معنى كل منهما. –
After the lion had hunted his prey he carried it to his den to eat it.
فلو نظرت الى هذه الجمله على أنها كل متماسك وأمعنت المظر قليلا لاستنتجت أن prey لابد أن يكون معناها الحيوان الذى اصطاده الأسد أو "الفريسه" ولابد ان تستنتج أيضا أن den هو بيت الأسد أو "عرينه".
الطريقه الثانيه:
يمكنك أيضا أن تستنتج معنى كلمه صعبه اذا علمت:
أ‌) أن كل كلمتين مرتبطتين بأداة andأو or يكون معناها واحد أو متناقضتين. مثال ذلك:
- Joy and sorrow. – Sadness and depression.
ب) ان الكلمه الصعبه أو الفكره الصعبه غالبا ما تكون مشروحه فى الجمله التى تليها. مثال ذلك:
- Healthy living is impossible in slums. These are poor, over-crowded districts in which the houses are very badly and cheaply built.
فى هذا المثال تعتبر الجمله الثانيه شرحا وافيا لمعنى كلمة slums التى وردت فى نهاية الجملة الأولى ومعناها (الأحياء الفقيره).
الطريقة الثالثة:
يمكنك أيضا أن تستنتج معنى كلمه جديده أو صعبه بالنسبة اليك اذا عرفت معانى prefix أى (المقطع الأول للكلمة) مثل :
re ….. ( again ) : rewrite (اعد كتابة )
anti….(against :antivenom (مضاد للسم )
الطريقة الرابعه:
ومن الطرق التى تساعدك على استنتاج معنى كلمه من الكلمات الصعبه، هو تحليل هذه الكلمه أو تجزيئها الى مقاطعها المختلفه. فقد تجد صعوبة كبيرة فى معرفة كلمه مثل: unbelievable ولكن لو عرفت أن الأصل فى هذه الكلمة هو المقطع الأوسط believe بمعنى "يعتقد" وأن كلمة believable هى صفه مشتقه من هذا الفعل، وأن المقطع الأول وهو un معناهnot السهل عليك معرفة هذه الكلمة وهو
"لايمكن تصديقه" وبالمثل كلمة impassable "لايمكن المرور منه" مشتقه من الفعل pass to "يمر" أو كلمه مثل unbearable "لايحتمل" لأنها مشتقه من الفعل bear to بمعنى "يحتمل" وكذلك كلمة immovable بمعنى "ثابت" من الفعل move to .
نماذج للتدريب
1-Read the following passage ,then answer the questions:
Lack of respect for human rights stifling freedoms, election fraud, poor distribution of wealth in the country and the collapse of health and education services….etc; these are the main reasons for the 25th Youth Revolution. It was a matchless white pure peaceful revolution. It was conducted mainly by a special group of young people who have straggled for a period of up to three years prior to reaching this point.
This revolution had its roots in many youth movements. Specific notable events were on April 6 Movement, which was a protest against high prices and unemployment.Then followed the movement of Khaled Saied ,which arose mainly after the incident of Murder of a young Alexandrian youth. The protests against torture and suppression of opinion and human rights had a major role in mobilizing zillions of Egyptian youths to the streets on 25th January 2011, a day that was followed by many days of protests till Victory.
a) Give short answers to the following questions:
1-What were the main factors for fueling the revolution?
2-What was the main dynamic power of the revolution ?
3-How was our revolution distinctive ?
b)Choose the correct answer from a, b ,c or d:
4-The underlined word "notable" means……….
a-well known b-unknown c-reputed d-respected
5-From the passage ,we get that the revolution started ……………………..
a-suddenly b-gradually c-continually d-eventually
2- Read the following passage, theh answer the questions:
Every second, 1 hectare of the world’s rainforest is destroyed. That’s equivalent to two football fields. An area the size of New York City is lost every day. In a year, that adds up to 31 million hectares more than the land area of Poland. This alarming rate of destruction has serious consequences for the environment; scientists estimate, for example, that137 species of plant, insect or animal become extinct every day due to logging. In British Columbia, where, since 1990, thirteen rainforest valleys have been clear-cut, 142 species of salmon have already become extinct, and the habitats of grizzly bears, wolves and many other creatures are threatened. Logging, however, provides jobs, profits, taxes for the government and cheap products of all kinds for consumers, so the government is reluctant to restrict or control it.Much of Canada’s forestry production goes towards making pulp and paper. If these paper products could be produced in some other way, Canadian forests could be preserved.
A-Answer the following questions:
I. What are the consequences of logging on environment?
2. Are there any advantages for logging? What are they?
3. Does the end of the passage suggest a solution? What is it?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The habitat of an animal is…………………………………..
a- where it lives b- how it lives.
c- what it does d- when it gets up.
5. Logging means cutting down…………………………
a- standards b- costs c- sizes d- trees
3- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Centenarians are people who reach 100 or more years old. What are the reasons that enable a person to be 100 or more years old? There are a lot of reasons. Personal hygiene is one reason. Photo chemicals in dark green vegetables and the vitamins and fiber in fruit are other reasons. Do not forget to put into consideration the following tips that help you to lead a happy life. First, avoid excesses in all things. Be optimistic about life. Develop a regular fitness routine. Second, drink eight glasses of water every day. Eat food in their natural state. Eat fresh fruits, vegetables and other foods. Third, keep learning, develop new skills and pursue hobbies. Learn from. failures. Stay open-minded. Stay current with new technologies. Fourth, never forget your own dreams. Travel to unfamiliar places and gain a new perspective. Stay in touch with the world. Fourth, thanks God for all the good things in life and spread the good word around you.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. Who are centenarians?
2. Can you add two more tips of your own to the passage? What are they?
3. Give examples from the passage to tips for the soul and the body.
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The underlined word “perspective” means
a- a way of thinking b- a way of singing
c- a way of measuring d- a way of living
5. Tips are……………………………………
a- instructions b- constructions c- deductions d- restrictions
4-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The Egyptian revolution is a true reflection of the fact that destiny is in our hands and we Can decide to take it or leave it .A wise man once said "Nothing happen s until someone Makes it to happen". The people were living with all kinds of sicknesses and diseases Without any form of good medical centers to take care of them .Poverty, unemployment and low standard of living were the middle name of most citizens . This was not as a result that the country is poor but because the former government were using the money to attend their own selfish interests. The people of Egypt really proved to the whole world that change is possible peacefully. They protested for 18 days and the result was the resignation of former president Hosni Mubarak. The voice of the people has been again proved to be the source of legislation. Truthfully, anew nation has emerged in Egypt.
a)Answer the following questions:
1-What broke out the revolution?
2-In your own words ,show how the Egyptian revolution was remarkable?
3-Why did people suffer poverty during the last regime?
b)Choose the correct answer from a, b ,c and d:
4-We get from the passage that only ……………..is the constitutional source.
a-the people b-the government c-the president d-the judges
5-From the passage the word ………….equals in the meaning with idleness.
a-low standard b-resignation c-sickness d-unemployment
5- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
People do not think critically nowadays. They are easily swayed by propaganda and emotionalism. They also do not know what it means to argue. An argument occurs when we draw conclusion from various premises. There are certain indicators for premises and for conclusions. When we use because, for, based on the fact that, we are indicating a premise. On demonstrating a conclusion, we use therefore. In order to detect an argument, it is good to keep these indications in mind. The foundation for all logical thinking is the law of non-contradiction which simply means that a statement can not be true and not true at the same time. For example, it cannot be both raining and not raining at the same time. That law is fundamental to any kind of distinctions: right and wrong, good and bad, true and false. Difficulties of communication arise from differing culture age groups, races and especially from differing worldviews.
A- Answer the following questions:
1. When does an argument happen?
2. Why do we have difficulties of communication?
3. How can you detect an argument?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. The law of ……… means that a statement cannot be true and not true
at the same time.
a- gravity b- non contradiction
c- contradiction d- condensation
5. Premises are the.. ……that one has at the beginning of an argument.
a- assumptions b- suggestion c- results d- conclusions
6-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The environment is everything surrounds us. Ecology is the science of how living creatures and plants exist together and depend on each other and on local environment .The environment is undisturbed when they ecology of an area is in balance ,but if a creature is exterminated or an alien introduced , the balance of nature will be disturbed.
Man has done more to upset the ecology during his short span on earth .It is done by his ignorance , greed ,thoughtless folly and his wanton wastefulness. If there is any remedy , it lies in the hand of the young .
Overpopulation is the main cause of the earth`s troubles because it is growing at ever-increasing rate . At the same time , the earth is unable to provide enough food since the fertility of our richest6 soils has been lost and vast areas of fertile lands have turned into deserts .
Time is running out .But we may7 be able to reserve the trends which threaten our existence.
A- Answer the following questions:
1-what does "Ecology" deal with?
2-When is the ecology of an area in balance and out of balance ?
3-Find words in the passage which mean:
a) A cure b) bank on
7- Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The concept of a counter-revolution seems logical even without mentioning specific events that have already taken place, such as reviving sectarian differences between Muslims and Copts to break their unity that was admirably manifested in Al citizenship. One cause is that a large number of the most influential members of the former regime have found themselves besieged by accusations of financial and corruption, and are facing or about to face trials. Considering this one can imagine the kind of threat Egypt is facing today and how many hands are trying to put a spoke in the wheel to prevent Egypt moving ahead with its new republic. The only possible way out from this dilemma might be in the form of a phase of reconciliation between the nation and all persons who once co-operated with the old regime.
A- Answer the following questions:
1- How far is a counter-revolution a threat to Egypt?
2- How can we overcome this dilemma?
3- Why do the remnants of the old regime seek to destabilize the country?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4- The revolution in Egypt includes…………………..
a-Muslims only b-Christians only c-all sects d-Youth only
5- From the passage we get that the strength of the Egyptian society is in it's………………..
a-unity b-citizenship c-reconciliation d-regime
8-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
If the Egyptian revolution has taught us anything. it is that" Egyptian model" is influencing the Arab region. One analyst wrote:"in politics and culture, whet starts in Egypt always ends up spreading to the entire region. From Pharaonic empires five millennia ago to Islamism, socialism and Arabism in the past century , major phenomena born in Egypt spread to the rest of the middle East and sometimes to the world .We should expect history to repeat ,as Egypt pulls out of a salf-imposed mediocrity and marginalization of the past four desades and regains its role as the dynamic centre of Arab ideology ,politics and culture."Yet, the Egyption model in itself is influenced by other forces in the region, as was shown by the lessons rapidly learned from Tuniss jasmine Revolution. Indeed, Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh explained the movement for change in his country as an "influenza imported from Tunisia and Egypt".
A-Answer the following questions:
1-What was the old picture of Egypt?
2-To what extent "what happens in Egypt affects the other countries"?
3-Who inspired the Egyptians their revolution?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4-We understand that all Arab region…………..
a-are different in their social conditions.
b- Suffer somehow from the same social condition.
c- Have the same social conditions.
d- Will be affected by change.
5-The underlined word" phenomena" means something is………..
a-Usually b-currently happening c- daily occurring d-unusual
9-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The intelligent young people who organized the January 25 Revolution will continue to amaze the world with their brilliant ideas. The courageous revolutionists have launched a campaign on Face book calling for nominating the martyrs of the Egyptian revolution for the Nobel peace prize this year. To gain international support for the campaign, they want to create web site on every world language to honour the martyrs ,who sacrificed their lives to allow 85 million Egyptians to live in peace and liberty .It might be the first time for martyrs like these to be nominated for a peace prize ,as most martyrs die in war on time of conflict. The Egyptian martyrs were different .They took to the streets to remove the regime that repressed society for three decades. Though they made it clear that their demonstration was peaceful , the police met the demonstrators with violence ,killing hundreds of them .One of those who fell was only 14 years old.
A-Answer the following questions:
1-What was the campaign on the face book call for?
2-What award are the martyrs proposed to?
3-How did the police behave towards the demonstrators ?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4-To honour the martyrs , revolutionists create……………………..
a-website b-catalogue c-homepage d- location
5-The previous regime lasted for ……………………….years.
a-13 b-300 c-30 d-3000
10-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Through out the eighteen days of protests the revolutionists at Tahrir square showed civilized behaviours .They cared for and respected one another .They shared their meals and helped each other without expecting any compensation . They felt like they were part of one family . Although millions of people were in the squire , there were no reports of fights or robberies .The youth activities took pride in making decisions based on mutual consultation and democratic principles .Every organizer and group was given the opportunity to voice his or her opinion and vote. Thus ,anew code ,named the "revolutionary ethical code," was established and recognizes by all. It includes values such as freedom ,justice ,equality ,democracy ,participation ,solidarity ,honesty ,transparency ,responsibility, and sacrifice-values .which many people had abandoned
Before the revolution upon feeling that they had no stake in a society ruled by bullies ,thieves ,and criminals.
A-Answer the following questions:
1-What feelings spread among revolutionists at Tahrir squire?
2-What values have been gained after 25 revolution ?
3-Give an example to show that the squire was a field of democracy?
B- Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4-The underlined word "abandoned " means ………………………….
a-give up b-give in c-leave away d-establish
5-After the revolution , many people have ………………………….
a-abandoned the ethics b-restored the ethics
c-ruled by bullies d-been coded
11-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
In order to think properly, one must not jump at hasty generalization. When you wish to make an argument for a certain position, you need to gather information for support. In doing this, you must be very careful to gather sufficient evidence to support your conclusion. When a person gathers too little information to support the conclusion being argued, it can not be a right one. Just because one or two taxi drivers are rude does not mean that you can generalize that all taxi drivers behave this way. However, you can say that the particular taxi drivers you have encountered were mde .Thus, it is clear that people build their prejudices on a very small sampling and then generalize and apply them to an entire group of people or things.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. What should you do to think properly?
2. How can you support your conclusion?
3. What does the underlined word (one) refer to?
B. Choose the correct answer from a.b.c or d:
4 -people behave in a rude way.
a-All b-Not all c- No d- None of
5-The word (gather) means…………
a- conclude b- collect c- contain d- consist




12-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
“Back to nature” is a slogan adopted by the whole world nowadays. Natural remedy is highly required by pharmaceutical companies. They use plants as material for a natural remedy against many diseases. Herbs have healing powers, some herbs are used to heal rheumatism, and others are boiled to organize digestion. These problems were dealt with by using chemicals before. But now, thanks to biological resources, things have changed a lot. “Back to nature” is not only adopted in the field of medicine but it is also called for in the field of nutrition. Raw fruit and Vegetables are regaining their lost appeal. Scientists and experts warn people against fast food and ready made meals. Parents and teachers have a role to play. They should raise the awareness of their children to know what to eat and what to avoid eating. Every one of us should adopt that slogan in his own life.
A. Answer the following questions:
I- What new discoveries in the field of medicine does the writer tell us about?
2- Are you for or against that slogan “back to nature”? Why? Why not?
3-In your opinion, what does the writer mean by biological resources?
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Obesity means too much……………………..
a- weight b- height c- light d- sight
5. Rheumatism is a disease that attacks our…………….
a- skin b- complexion c- bones d- stomach
13-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
In many countries around the work!, women are entering the work force in great numbers for the first time. It is true that more women are currently employed than ever before. However, the goals of equal work opportunity for women have not been fully realized. For a number of reasons; they held low-ranking positions, the last to be employed and the first to be fired when employmentdrops off. They usually got lower-paying positions than men; even they were doing the same work. Certainly, great efforts have been made towards equality, but the problem of reaching this goal is becoming increasingly clear all the time. Although women have come a long way, they still have a long way to go for equal opportunity. Women in China now receive equal pay for equal work, therefore, they are not dependent on their families as they once were. In the field of medicine ,they are nearly half of all the doctors, there.On the other hand in many countries, women now work as scientists, medical workers, welders, electrical workers, oil-well operators, vegetable growers and members of the Armed forces.
A. Answer the following questions:
I. How far have women around the world achieved equal work opportunity with men?
2. What is meant by the underlined word “drops off”
3. What is the situation of women in China?
B. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
4. In the past, work conditions were …….for men and women.
‘a- equality b- the same c- equator d- different
5. To hire means to………………………..
a- work b- do c- employ d- dismiss
14-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
There is no doubt that Egypt has every reason to be proud of it ancient civilization that has yielded wonderful remains and monuments. These have captured people’s admiration and high appreciation everywhere all over the world. When tourists have been very well treated, satisfied and pleased with their visits in Egypt, they will, no doubt, speak well of Egypt with the good result that more and more tourists will come to our country; so tourists themselves can be good propaganda. Moreover, tourism is one of the main sources of income and hard currency money that is badly needed to carry out investment projects. In order to attract tourists to Egypt, tourist offices in our embassies in Europe, America and Asia should distribute well prepared booklets and brochures that contain full and exciting information about the old Egyptian legacy and its effects on other civilizations, besides the places of interest and services that could be offered to help tourists enjoy their tour. Ancient remains as well as new discoveries of antiquities should be described in an attractive manner. Moreover, art history museums as well as Egyptian Civilization Museums should be set up in the capitals of European and American countries. More important still is the necessity of affording all possible facilities to tourists as soon as they set foot in Egypt. We have to be sure that tourists feel that their stay is enjoyable, comfortable and without any troubles. Tourist police should stop any nuisance committed that would spoil enjoyment and safety.
A. Answer the following questions:
1. How can tourists be a good propaganda to attract more tourists to our country?
2. What should we do to attract more tourists to come to our country?
3. Why is tourism important for our country?
B .Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Egypt is proud of its ancient civilization because
a- tourists come from all over the world to visit it.
b- it brings us hard currency.
c- it has attracted people’s admiration and high appreciation everywhere.
d- booklets contain exciting information about old Egyptian monuments.
5. Tourist offices in our embassies abroad should a- carry out investment pmjects.
b- distribute brochures that tell about the old Egyptian legacy.
c- afford all possible facilities to tourists as soon as they set foot in Egypt.
d- stop any nuisance that would spoil tourists’ enjoyment and safety.
15-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Over the past twenty years, computers and the internet have become more and more important to us. In fact, depending on computer technology continues to grow everyday. We seem to use computers for almost everything these days; in shopping, driving our car, or communicating with relatives and colleagues. This explosion in computer technology has resulted in a rush to install computers in every classroom and to “wire” every school to the Internet. In USA, between 1984 and 1997 alone, the number of computers in secondary schools increased to more than 8 million units. Both educators and students alike have been forced to keep up with this new wave of technology. Teachers have found that even though they themselves are still trying to learn the most basic of computer skills, they are expected to teach students about computer know-how. Few people would question the role that computers could play in education. Some educators claim that students given the opportunity to use them in a classroom setting will get better grades than those who learn without having had any computer experience. These people say that just as computer technology has improved the way cars work, computers will make the classroom a better place to teach concepts and ideas that students need to become brighter, more successful adults.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. How could computers help students become more successful?
2. Give an example from the passage that shows that computers have been widely used in secondary education.
3. Give some examples of everyday uses of computers in our lives.
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Teachers are expected to teach students how to use computers although…………
a- they know how to use computers.
b- they are still learning how to use computers.
c- they know all the basics of computer skills.
d- they are forced to use computers.
5. “Few people would question the role that computers could play” means?
a- many people are certain about the importance of computers.
b- some people ask questions about computers
c- not many people doubt the importance of computers.
d- some people want more computers.
16-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
The Asian Tigers are Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Malysia,Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong. They are countries with growing economies. The whole world acknowledges their superior status in world economy nowadays. If you follow the example of these miracle economies in East Asia, you can be very rich.A great amount of stories circulate about the success of Asian families and peasants who moved from poverty to wealth. The number of Asian companies went from two in 1988 to 30 in 1997. American money in Asian funds grew 18- fold in five years. This rapid growth of Asian Tiger economies has been due to the special
characteristics and mind-set in Asia. People are hard-workers. They care about their children’s education. Add to this, foreign investment is the key to success there.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. What is so special about Asian Tigers?
2. Why do you think people in those countries succeeded in their life?
3. Mention two reasons for Asian Tigers’ success.
b.Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d:
4. The word circulate means ……………….in the passage.
a- move in circles b- spread c- spring d- disappear
5. The word poverty is the antonym of
a- health b- wealth c- poor d- fortunate
17-Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
Computers are a major technological breakthrough of the twenty- first century. Their benefits are numerous; yet, much can be said against them.
The main disadvantage of a computer is that staring at a screen for long periods of time can be damaging to the eyes, and sitting for hours at a time is certainly not healthy. Secondly, computers distract from social interactions such as conversation. People can be inclined to become anti-social, and stay at home to use their computer. Finally, one of the major arguments against the use of computers is that the more jobs which are done by computers, the fewer are done by people.
However, the advantages of computers are numerous, such as the undeniable educational benefits, especially to children. School subjects become more interesting when presented on a computer screen. Moreover, computers can be fun with a seemingly endless variety of games which can be played on them. In addition, computers are valuable to any business, making life easier and saving time by being capable of storing and retrieving vast amounts of information at the touch of a button. Furthermore, personal gains can be seen as the use of computers increases powers of concentration. To sum up, there are strong arguments both for and against the use of computers.
a. Answer the following questions:
1. How do school subjects become more interesting?
2. How do computers affect social life?
3. In what way are computers beneficial to any business?
b. Choose the correct answer from a, b, c or d:
4. Some people have the negative opinion about computers that they
a- solve the problem of unemployment.
b- increase the number of unemployed people. c- help people find more jobs.
d- create more job opportunities.
5. The underlined word ‘fewer” in the second paragraph refers to
a- argument b- computers
c- people d- jobs

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