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Ibrahim Mously High School GLOBAL TEST / S 1 Mr.

Abdelkarim Foulfoula
1BS … Student : ..................................................................................... Date: ……. / ….. / 2017
N: …...
Bellow average  Average work  Good  Very good  Excellent  Outstanding 
A 20
Some obvious types of pollution are pollution of the air, soil, and water. Air pollution can be caused by particles, liquids,
or gases that make the air harmful to breathe. There are two main types of air pollution: primary and secondary. Primary pollutants
enter the air directly, like smoke from factories and cars. Secondary pollutants are chemicals that mix together to pollute the
air. Soil pollution can be caused by pesticides, leakage from chemical tanks, oil spills, and other chemicals which get into the soil
by dumping or accidental contamination. Soil pollution can also lead to water pollution when underground water becomes
contaminated by coming into contact with the polluted soil. Water pollution can be caused by waste products, sewage, oil spills,
and litter in streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans. Some scientists believe that water pollution is the largest cause of death and diseases
in the world. They think it causes about 14,000 deaths in the world each day.

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A. COMPREHENSION : F.FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH: at - in - on
1. Give a suitable title to the text : 1. Can you put this bag ………..the table , please ?
……………………………………………………..…………………..…… 2. ……….Thursday , we have science and math …… the morning.
2. The word “ pollutants” in the text means 3. We used to meet …..… the bus stop.
a. polluted areas. G. PUT THE VERBS BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT FORM AND GIVE
b. things that cause pollution. THE CORRECT PRONUNCIATION OF THEIR –ED ENDING :
c. things that come from pollution. / t /, / id / , or / d /.
3. Find in the text a word which 1. He ( accept ) ……………….………../ …. / the terms.
could mean the same as “ illnesses ” : ……….….…………….. 2. She ( push ) ………………………... / ….. / the wrong button.
means the opposite of “ healthful ” : …………..……….…….
3. They ( love) …………………..….... / ….. / the amusement park.
4. Is this statement true or false ? Justify from the text.
H.PUT THE VERBS IN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE.
Soil pollution is limited to ground only. [ …………….. ]
……………………………………………………………………………….……………… 1 .He ( break ) …………………. the neighbor’s window last night.
5. What does the underlined word refer to in the text? 2. They ( live ) ……………..…….…………here since 1990.
They: ……………………………. 3. We ( complete ) ……………..………..that projects 2 months ago.
4. She ( already / eat ) ………….……………………. her breakfast.
4 I. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH: too - enough
B. CHOOSE ITEMS FROM THE LIST TO COMPLETE THIS CHART :
I couldn’t finish the test. It was …………….….long , and the time
headache - exercising - smoking - recycling - dentist - waste
given wasn’t sufficient ……………….…….. .
Healthy Unhealthy Health Medical
habits habits problem profession
J. Finish this letter to Our Health First Magazine’s editor 3.5
……….…… ……….…… …………….… ……………… about how people can keep healthy. Use other relevant English
Environmental problem Environmental solution modals and relevant vocabulary.
…………………….…….. ………….…………….…. Dear Editor,
C. USE WORDS FROM THE LIST TO FILL IN THE BLANKS : I’m writing to suggest a few ideas to your readers about
shape - physical - acid - radiations - balanced - ozone keeping healthy.
1. ……………………..……food can help you grow and develop
First, you should ……………………………………………
properly, and some …………………………exercising will keep
…………………………………………………………………
your body in good ………..……..………. .
2. Canada gets a lot of …………………..rain from USA.
…………………………………………………………………
3. The ……………..layer protects us from the sun’s …………….….. …………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………
D.FINISH THIS EXCHANGE USING APPROPRIATE EXPRESSIONS :2.5
…………………………………………………………………
- You : I have a terrible stomachache . ……….......…………..…. ?
- Jack : You’d better visit a doctor as soon as possible.
…………………………………………………………………
E. MATCH THE FUNCTIONS FROM THE LIST WITH THEIR …………………………………………………………………
CORRESPONDING SENTENCES : …………………………………………………………………
ability - obligation - prohibition …………………………………………………………………
1. I can walk all day long. …………………….….
…………………………………………………………………
2.You must not enter there.
…………………………………………………………………
……………………….
…………………………………………………………………
3.You have to get there on time. ……………………….
……..……………………
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Ibrahim Mously High School GLOBAL TEST / S 1 Mr. Abdelkarim Foulfoula
1BS … Student : ....................................................................................... Date: …….. / …. / 2017
N: …....
Bellow average  Average work  Good  Very good  Excellent  Outstanding 
B 20
Some obvious types of pollution are pollution of the air, soil, and water. Air pollution can be caused by particles, liquids,
or gases that make the air harmful to breathe. There are two main types of air pollution: primary and secondary. Primary pollutants
enter the air directly, like smoke from factories and cars. Secondary pollutants are chemicals that mix together to pollute the
air. Soil pollution can be caused by pesticides, leakage from chemical tanks, oil spills, and other chemicals which get into the soil
by dumping or accidental contamination. Soil pollution can also lead to water pollution when underground water becomes
contaminated by coming into contact with the polluted soil. Water pollution can be caused by waste products, sewage, oil spills,
and litter in streams, rivers, lakes, and oceans. Some scientists believe that water pollution is the largest cause of death and diseases
in the world. They think it causes about 14,000 deaths in the world each day.

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A. COMPREHENSION : F.FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH: at - in - on
1. This text is about : 1. the cat is …………….the kitchen chasing mice .
a. the dangers of pollution b. pollution c. kinds of pollution 2. Einstein died ……...…...1961. I heard about it ……….. the radio.
2. Water pollution leads to 3. After dinner, we could watch a movie …….…..midnight.
a. 14, 000 deaths in the world. G. PUT THE VERBS BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT FORM AND GIVE
b. 13, 000 deaths in the world. THE CORRECT PRONUNCIATION OF THEIR –ED ENDING
c. almost 14, 000 deaths in the world. / t /, / id / , or / d /.
3. Find in the text a word which 1.The police ( arrest ) ……….….…...…….. / ….. / the criminals.
could mean the same as “ the source of ” : ……….….……….. 2. She ( kiss ) ………………….……….….... / ….. / the little baby.
means the opposite of “ intentional ” : …………..………..
3. We ( enjoy ) ………………...…..….... / ….. / the party.
4. Is this statement true or false ? Justify from the text.
H.PUT THE VERBS IN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE.
Soil pollution is the primary cause of illnesses worldwide.
1. He ( play) ………………………..………. poker last night.
[ …….. ] ……………………….………………………….………………………………
2. They ( live ) …………………….……………here since 1990.
5. What does the underlined word refer to in the text?
3. I ( speak ) ……………..…………..…..………..to him 1 hour ago.
it : …………………………….
4. She ( just / find ) ………………………..……………. the address.
I. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH: too - enough
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B. CHOOSE ITEMS FROM THE LIST TO COMPLETE THIS CHART : Excuse me, Sir, but your pizza was too…………..……….hot to eat ,
plant trees - drought - nutritionist - drugs - yoga - cancer and wasn’t spicy…………..…….…….. .
Healthy Unhealthy Health Medical
habits habits problem profession J. Finish this letter to Planet Magazine’s editor about how 3.5
people can save the environment. Use other relevant English
……….…… ……….…… …………….… ………………
modals and relevant vocabulary.
Environmental problem Environmental solution
Dear Editor,
…………………….…….. ………….…………….….
I’m writing to suggest a few ideas to your readers to keep
C. USE WORDS FROM THE LIST TO FILL IN THE BLANKS :
our environment clean and safe.
diseases - floods - issue - medical - climate - food
First, we shouldn’t ………………………….………………
1. A good diet includes a combination of …………………groups.
…………………………………………………………………
2. A ……..………..check will help you diagnose any ……………….. .
…………………………………………………………………
3. ………………..change is a serious environmental ………………..
For example, some places have no water for years, while …………………………………………………………………
others have …….…..…..……… . …………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………
D.FINISH THIS EXCHANGE USING APPROPRIATE EXPRESSIONS :2.5 …………………………………………………………………
- Friend (suggests) : …....……..….…. watch a movie tonight. …………………………………………………………………
- You (decline) : I’d love, but I can’t. I have exams. …………………………………………………………………
E. MATCH THE FUNCTIONS FROM THE LIST WITH THEIR
…………………………………………………………………
CORRESPONDING SENTENCES :
…………………………………………………………………
ability - obligation - prohibition
…………………………………………………………………
1 .You must not use that device. …………………….…. …………………………………………………………………
2. We have to submit this paper. ………………………. …………………………………………………………………
3 . I can play basketball very well. ………………………. ……..…………………………………………………..………
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