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Second Term Exam

Preparation for the test is very important and starts at home. Preparation is the work that pupils do before the test. But just how you go about it? The majority of the pupils revise for exams alone. This method may possibly be suitable for some children, but on the other hand it may well be the cause of the failure of many others.

    Children who revise in groups may have better chances of success than those who revise alone. When theywork in groups, they help one an other by asking and answering questions that they might have in exams. Group preparation may also reduce stress if the children practise under test conditions.

Prof Malcolm Kane-Universityof Texas

Part One: (14Pt)

Section One: A-Readthe text, then answer the following questions:(5pts)

1- What is the text about?

2- How many paragraphs are there in the text

3- How does the Prof define the word “preparation”? (What is preparation?)

4- How do most of the pupils revise for exams?

5- What is better according to the Prof, to revise in groups or alone?

B- Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following: (1.5pts)

interesting= ……………..begins=…………….can be= ………………                

B- Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following: (1.5pts)

after‡………………worse……………….failure ………………..

Section Two:A-What do the underlined words in the text refer to?(1 pt)

B- Complete with: can – can’t- may – might – could – will be able to(3pts)

The sky is cloudy now. It ….(1)….rain.

When I was young, I …..(2)……run very fast.

There are no clouds in the sky, but it…..(3)….rain. The weather is very cold.

This bag is very heavy. I ….(4)……lift it.

Parrots …..(5)……speak.

If I take some English lessons, I ……..(6)………speak it fluently.

C-Classify the following words according to the pronunciation of the underlined letters:  test – mean – may –really – better –they –stress – very – explain   (2 pts)

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