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    مُساهمة  السيد المعداوى في الإثنين يونيو 20, 2011 8:26 pm

    ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT
    Ministry of Education
    General Secondary Education Certificate Examination, 2011
    [First Stage - First Session]
    First Foreign Language: ENGLISH ( 1 ) Time: 3 Hours
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    1) Respond to each of the following situations:
    1- A friend says he/ she wants to do an individual sport to keep fit. Give advice.
    2- Recommend reading a book you have read lately to a classmate and say why.
    3- A tourist wants to go to Tahrir square. Give him/her the right directions.
    4- A friend invites you to his sister's wedding party. Apologize and say why.
    2) Say where the following two mini-dialogues takes place and who the speakers are :
    1- A: It's nice to see you. I wish you a speedy recovery.
    B: Thank you. It's so kind of you to visit me.
    A: When will you leave?
    B: In two days.
    Place:................... Speaker A: ................ Speaker B:...............
    2- A: What would you like to order, sir?
    B: Fish, rice and salad.
    A: Do you like something to drink?
    B: Orange juice, please.
    Place:.................. Speaker A: ............... Speaker B:................
    3) Choose the correct answer from a. b. c or d:
    1- There's a history programme on TV tonight. I think you ......... it
    a) are going to enjoy b) are enjoying c) will enjoy d) enjoy
    2- His coat was made of a ........material.
    a) synthetic b) sinister c) solar d) satellite
    3- I'd ..........be a doctor than a dentist
    a) rather b) prefer c) want d) like
    4- Ramy doesn't get paid for playing football. He's............
    a) a professional b) a player c) a career d) an amateur
    5- .................... running your own business is hard work, it's also enjoyable.
    a) Despite b) Because c) However d) Although
    6- In my opinion, it's warmer now................... it was this morning.
    a) as b) than c) so d) that
    7- Application forms often ask people about their................. status.
    a) marital b) waiting c) married d) ridiculous
    8- If the train.................. down, I wouldn't have been late.
    a) didn't break b) doesn't break c) hadn't broken d) won't break
    9- We ............... to go to school tomorrow. It's a public holiday.
    a) could b) mustn't c) need d) don't have
    10- Nadia is ................... . She speaks Arabic and English.
    a) bilingual b) literate c) monolingual d) illegal
    11- The belief that black cats are lucky is a ..............
    a) supposition b) myth c) legend d) superstition
    12- They have just................ a good decision.
    a) done b)made c) found d) brought
    13-1' m afraid we can't................ a holiday this year.
    a) afford b) earn c) pay d) buy
    14- Those are the people ............car has been stolen.
    a) who b) which c) whose d) whom
    15- My uncle doesn't enjoy................in big cities.
    a) drive b) driving c) driven d) to drive
    16- That man should stop................. It has nothing to do with him.
    a) disagreeing b) saying c) interfering d) discussing
    Find the mistake in each of the following sentences, then write them correctly:
    1- Asia is the biggest country in the world.
    2- I'll tell you if I heard from Hassan.
    3- The children of our children are called our grandparents.
    4- Mona jogs the internet for long hours every day.
    5- When he left school, he applies to join the army.
    6- We will keep out of oil in twenty years.
    5) Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    Have you ever seen the people on the TV show 'Grey's Anatomy' who run into the emergency department with a patient on a stretcher and shout numbers and incomprehensible things at the doctors? Well, I'm one of those people - a paramedic. If there's a road accident or a sudden illness, I'm the first medical person to arrive. I assess the situation and give immediate care and drugs to the patient While the ambulance takes the patient to the hospital, I continue to look after and monitor the patient's health. When we arrive at the hospital, I tell the doctors what the situation is and give them vital information about the state of the patient
    If a patient is seriously ill, you have to remain very calm. If you start to panic, then everyone will start to panic and the situation will get out of control. It's a good feeling when you go home at the end of a shift and know that you really made a difference. It's very rewarding to help people in an emergency situation.
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1- What does a paramedic do when there is a road accident?
    2- In what way does the paramedic help the doctors?
    3- Suggest a suitable tide to the above passage.
    B. Choose the correct answer from a. b, c or d:
    4- The word 'panic' means "feeling........."
    a) happy b) angry c) excited d) scared
    5- The underlined word refers to............:
    a) the paramedics b) the doctors c) the patients d) the ambulances
    6) Read the following passage, then answer the questions:
    We see thousands of adverts every day- in the street, on TV, in supermarkets, and in newspapers and magazines. Every week millions and millions of dollars are spent promoting products in adverts. And if you think consumers aren't influenced by adverts (even ones they dislike), you're wrong! Adverts aren't necessarily successful if they are liked- they're successful if they are remembered. People often remember a product which is advertised using famous people. When we see the trainers worn by a sports star, we imagine that we may also be successful with the same trainers. Adverts which use celebrities are expensive to produce, but they are persuasive.
    Many advertisers these days promote products using very unusual adverts. In the USA, adverts are sometimes printed on beaches by special machines. On busy beaches the adverts are destroyed by midday, so the same advert is made again every morning.
    A more unusual form of advertising uses people's faces. It is very popular with students because it is an easy way to earn money. Colourful company logos and product names are painted on students' faces by an advertising agency The students are paid to walk around with the advert for a week.
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1- When are adverts successful?
    2- Why do some companies use celebrities in their advertising campaign?
    3- Would you accept using your own face as a means of advertising? Why?
    Choose the correct answer from a. b. c or d:
    4- The word 'celebrities1 means............. people.
    a) parties b) careless c) famous d) unknown
    5- The opposite of the word 'persuasive' is ............. .
    a) irregular b) unconvincing c) irrelevant d) unfamiliar
    7) The Spiders
    A. Answer the following questions:
    1- Why was everyone surprised that Ayman didn't die from the deadly female spider's bite?
    2- What did the people do with the dead spiders from the underground
    B. Read the following quotation and then answer the questions:
    "Business in the town would lose money. Everyone would be furious; Ayman wished he had never started this"
    1- Who said this? To Whom?
    2- Why would business in town lose money?
    C. Complete the following sentences:
    1- Dr. Fakery asked Professor [ones why nobody.............................
    2- The spiders attacked the men as soon as the men........................
    Cool Write a paragraph of about 100 words about:
    The very important role the Face book has played in making Egyptian young men and women start their 25 January revolution successfully.
    9) Translation
    A. Translate into Arabic:
    The dialogue of cultures brings people from different cultures and religions together. In order for this to work, participants should be ruled by tolerance and mutual understanding. This dialogue can prevent the clash of civilizations.
    B. Translate into English:

    1- ضرب اليابان زلزال مدمر نتج عنه خسائر اقتصادية كبيرة و تسرب بعض الاشعاعات النووية .
    2- بدأت مصر عهداً ديمقراطياً جديداً بثورة بدأها الشباب و انضم إليها كافة طوائف الشعب .


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