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YEAR ONE (SECOND EXAM) 2012-2013

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YEAR ONE (SECOND EXAM) 2012-2013

Post by BILLAL on Wed Feb 27, 2013 8:42 pm





Part one. Reading


a. comprehension





Air pollution is not new. Natural air
pollution has been around for millions of years. Dust and a variety of gases
from forest fires, volcanoes, and decaying material in rivers, oceans, and
other bodies of water continually enter the atmosphere.



Sometimes this natural pollution can have
dramatic effects. For example, scientists believe that natural gas from plant
decay may have been one of the main causes of global climate change in the
past.



Of course, not all air pollution is
produced naturally. The atmosphere contains pollutants produced by humans, and
these man-made pollutants present a far more serious problem than natural air
pollution. Man-made pollutants are not only sometimes more harmful, but they
are usually concentrated over large cities where large
populations of people live and work and therefore cause serious health problems
to the inhabitants.






A) Choose the best title for the text:


a) Water
pollution b) what causes Air
pollution? C) Air pollution and its effects






B) Say if these statements are true or false:





1-Natural
air pollution
has existed for millions of years.


2- Natural
air pollution always has good consequences.



3- Natural
air pollution affects the climate.



4-Man-made
pollution is more dangerous than natural pollution.






C) Answer the following questions according to the text:


1-what is
natural pollution?



2-what is
man-made pollution?



3-what are
the effects of man-made pollutants?






D) Who or what do the underlined words in the text refer to?


1-They
3) 2-
where
(§3)


















b. Text exploration.





A) find in the text words that are closest in meaning to:


1- Decomposing
(§ 1) = 2-
frequently (§1) =






B) Find in the text words
that are opposite in meaning to:



1-ancient (§1)
≠ 2-
solutions
(§3) ≠






C) Complete sentence “b” so
that it means the same as sentence “a”:



1a- the writer said:” Air pollution is
not new.”



1b- the writer…………………………………………….





2a- she warned me:” don’t take him to the
cinema”



2b- she……………………………………………………





3a- “is he a policeman?” they asked me


3b- they asked…………………………………………..





D) Put
the bracketed verbs in the right form:



- If countries ( to cut) trees, forests (to
disappear).






E) Fill
in the gaps using the words given:



Can - burn -
will- rain



Very
strong acids………1………burn if they touch your skin and……2…even
destroy metals. Acid…..3….is much, much weaker than this, never acidic
enough to……4…..your skin.






Part two. Writing:


Choose one of the following topics


Either Topic One:


Write a
composition of about 80 words about the causes and effects of
pollution using the notes given:





causes

effects

-Cars
and factories release fumes and gases


-CFC’s
destroy the ozone layer


-Man
is cutting down trees




-The
atmosphere is full of polluted air


- many
people suffer from skin cancer


- the
climate is transformed and rain forests are destroyed












Or Topic
Two:



Write a dialogue between you and one
of your friends
giving solutions to the problem of pollution.







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Re: YEAR ONE (SECOND EXAM) 2012-2013

Post by Sassa on Sat Mar 30, 2013 6:50 pm

"do good and care not to whom"
italian prov.
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Post by Houda on Wed May 01, 2013 4:13 pm

Thank you it is very useful.

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Post by abla m on Wed Sep 11, 2013 12:26 pm

thak you so much

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