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1AS TEST (survey)

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:31 pm

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Second Term Test (A)



Read the text then do the activities:



Television plays an important part in the lives of children. Parents and teachers in Britain are often concerned about how much time they spend watching T.V

According to a recent survey, teenagers watch between two and four hours a day. Many children watch T.V in the morning over breakfast but most viewing takes place after school in the evening. Peak viewing time for teenagers are between seven and nine o’clock. Girls watch more drama series, documentaries and news programmes. Boys watch science fiction movies and sport.

Between the hours four and six, when the programmes are specifically aimed at children, the viewing figures are much lower.

What parents should consider is not only the number of hours that their children spend in front of their television but also which programmes are suitable to them.



1- What is the text above? (Choose the right answer)

a- a questionnaire b- a report c- an interview

2- Are these statements true or false according to the text?

a- Few young people watch T.V in the evening between 7 and 9.

b- Parents should control the programmes seen by their children.

c- Boys and girls watch different kinds of programmes.

3- Answer these questions:

a- How many hours a day do teenagers in Britain spend watching T.V?

b- What time of the day does most viewing take place?

c- Which programmes do boys like watching?

4- The survey shows that: (Choose the right answer)

a- Young people watch the same programmes.

b- Children watch T.V when they are not at school.

c- Teenagers spend too much time on watching television.

5- What does the underlined word in the first paragraph refer to?

They = ……

6- Read the following interview between the reporter and a teenage girl then report what they said:

Reporter: Do you love watching T.V?

Girl: Yes, I do.

Reporter: what programmes do you prefer?

Girl: I like watching movies and sport.

Reporter: Can you balance between school and T.V?

Girl: Yes, I watch T.V after I do my homework.

































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Second Term Test (B)



Read the text then do the activities:



Television plays an important part in the lives of children. Parents and teachers in Britain are often concerned about how much time they spend watching T.V

According to a recent survey, teenagers watch between two and four hours a day. Many children watch T.V in the morning over breakfast but most viewing takes place after school in the evening. Peak viewing time for teenagers are between seven and nine o’clock. Girls watch more drama series, documentaries and news programmes. Boys watch science fiction movies and sport.

Between the hours four and six, when the programmes are specifically aimed at children, the viewing figures are much lower.

What parents should consider is not only the number of hours that their children spend in front of their television but also which programmes are suitable to them.



1- Choose the right title to the text:

a- The dangers of T.V b- T.V programmes c- Young people and T.V

2- Are these statements true or false according to the text?

a- Parents should control the amount of time spent by their children on T.V

b- Most young people watch T.V in the morning before school

c- Boys and girls watch the same kinds of programmes.

3- Answer these questions:

a- How many hours a day do teenagers in Britain spend on watching T.V?

b- When do most children watch T.V?

c- Which programmes do girls like watching?

4- The survey shows that: (Choose the right answer)

a- Young people watch the same programmes.

b- Children watch T.V when they are not at school.

c- Teenagers spend too much time on watching television.

5- What does the underlined word in the last paragraph refer to?

Them = ……

6- Read the following interview between the reporter and a teenage boy then report what they said:

Reporter: Do you enjoy watching T.V?

Boy: Yes, I do.

Reporter: How often do you watch it?

Boy: I watch T.V every day.

Reporter: Can you balance between school and T.V?

Boy: Yes, I usually see my favourite programmes after I do my homework.

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Re: 1AS TEST (survey)

Post by tanita on Sun Nov 04, 2012 11:27 pm

A great work and a great idea indeed ! Thank you for sharing.
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