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    مُساهمة  زايد اليافعي في الأربعاء مايو 12, 2010 12:56 pm

    1- Read the following passage then answer the questions below:
    Any location on Earth is described by two numbers--its latitude and its longitude. If a pilot or a ship's captain wants to specify position on a map, these are the "lines" they would use.
    On the Earth, lines of latitude are circles of different size. The longest is the equator, whose latitude is zero, while at the poles--at latitudes 90° north and 90° south (or -90°) the circles shrink to a point.
    Lines of longitude ("meridians") extend from pole to pole. Every meridian must cross the equator. The Greenwich meridian is the zero longitude. It is located at the eastern edge of London, the British capital. It divides the world into east and west. Lines of longitude are 1800 east and 1800 west.
    A ) Fill in the following table

    Lines
    Most famous line
    Divides the world into
    …………………
    ………………………..
    ………and………..
    Longitude
    ……………………….
    East and west







    B )Mark with True (√) or False( x ):
    1 – There is one line of latitude. ( )
    2 – Pilots depend on lines of longitude and lines of latitude. ( )
    3- London lies on the zero longitude. ( )

    C ) Choose the correct answer from a ,b , c or d:
    1- All lines of latitude, North and South together, are………………… .
    a) 90 b) 180 c) 360 d) 390
    2- The British capital is ……………………….
    a) London b) England c)Paris d)Abu Dhabi
    3- The zero latitude is ……………..
    a) Greenwich b) Meridian c) point d) The Equator







    Read the following passage , then answer the questions below :
    A scientist made a hypothesis that water and air damage XXXXls fast. To prove her hypothesis she did an experiment. In her laboratory, she brought three glasses. She put a nail in each glass. She put water in two glasses and covered one of them. She left the three glasses for about a month. Then she compared the three nails. The nail, which was in the water and which was not covered, was damaged faster than the other two nails because it had XXXX water and air. So she proved her hypothesis.
    In this way, we can see that scientists are different from other people. We think that something is true without proving it. But this is not enough for a scientist. He or she tries to prove it.
    Choose the best answer:
    1- The above passage is talking about “-----------------”.
    a- Scientists b- Nails c- Water d-Glasses
    2- Nails are made of ----------------
    a- plastic b- wood c-glass d- XXXXl
    3-The scientist in this text is a………………...
    a- man b- woman c- lazy d- rich
    4. How many nails were in the experiment?
    a. one b- two c- three d- six
    5- “Laboratory”, second line, is a -------------------
    a- data b- information c- place d- person
    6- The word “month”, last line, means -------------
    a- 7 days b- 30 days c- a week d- a season
    7-Why did the scientist do this experiment?
    a- To prove her hypothesis. b- To be different.
    c- To buy nails. d- To waste time.
    8- Why are scientists different from other people?
    a- Because they think. b- Because they work in the laboratory.
    c- Because the try to prove things. d- They are not different.
    II - Vocabulary




    (15 marks)

    1- Choose the words that best complete the sentences:
    1. ……………..is the study of how things work in the world.
    a. A fact b. Science c. A test d. Data
    2. A……………….has blocks or lines to represent the information.
    a. graph b. scientist c. light d. vapour
    3. The……….colour contains all the colours; red, orange, yellow green and blue.
    a. pink b. black c. purple d. white
    4. What you learn from the experiment is the……………..
    a. conclusion b. dust c. table d. test
    5. Could you give me a………? Yes, of course.
    a. face b. hand c. manage d. happy

    6. There are many …………..that affect the average temperature.
    a. distances b. factors c. days d. seconds
    7. The………..rises in the east.
    a. Equator b. Earth c. Moon d. Sun
    8. The opposite of large is………..
    a. average b. steady c. small d. increase
    9. The Earth is …………….slightly towards the Sun.
    a. tilted b. actually c. travelling d. straight
    10. It is getting more and more. So it is ……………..
    a. drying b. increasing c. decreasing d. colouring
    2. Classify the following words into the table:
    rain – Abu Dhabi – Damascus – hot – wind





    Capital cities
    Weather







    III - Grammar



    A - Choose the best answer:
    1. My sister doesn’t like animals and ………………do I.
    a. so b. neither c. too d. as
    2. No, sorry. I’m afraid I …………………………
    a. can b. can’t c. is d. are
    3. The UAE is close…………Qatar.
    a. in b. of c. to d. at
    4. This is the book……….I like best.
    a. who b. that c. where d. when
    5. Hatta is ………than Dubai.
    a. high b. higher c. highest d. not high
    6. She arrived………..yesterday.
    a. late b. later c. latest d. the later
    7. How big ………………..?
    a. is your house b. are your house c. your house is d. your house are
    8. We went up the mountain and came ……again.
    a. up b. out c. down d. into
    9. Riyadh is the capital. ……….., Makkah is the religious heart.
    a. And b. But c. However d. Also
    10. How…………is Muscat from the Equator?
    a. big b. far c. nice d. colour
    11. There are………..books on the table.
    a. many b. much c. lot d. a lot
    12. She is ………….my best friends.
    a. one b. only c. one of d. many
    13. River Nile runs………….Egypt.
    a. to b. at c. along d. through
    14. Sanaa is the capital ………..Yemen.
    a. of b. on c. for d. with
    15. I like bright colours,…………., pink and yellow.
    a. example b. for example c. by example d. with example
    B. Reorder the following words to make meaningful sentences:
    1. the way – is – A method – something – of doing.
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………
    2. left – one hour – I – four glasses – for – of liquid.
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………
    3. either – don’t know – I – that - one.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
    4. is – dark – still – Why – it?
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
    5. plane – a storm – Our – into – flew.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………….
    IV - Writing



    A. Add the missing letters:
    1. With dust and sm__ke, the blue light scatte__s more than the other colours.
    2- Any table has col__mns and ro__s.
    B. Write 3 meaningful sentences which can be “Three steps of the scientific Method”:
    1. …………………………………………………………………………………………...
    2. ……………………………………………………………………………………………
    3. ……………………………………………………………………………………………
    C. Write a paragraph about: “Why is it hot in Abu Dhabi”
    You can use the following words to help you:
    Hot – latitude 24 o N – Equator – desert – mountains – rainfall – average temperature – summer – winter – hottest month. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………

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