‫اختبار الفترة الدراسية الرابعة‬

‫الصف الحادي عشر‬
‫ اللغة النجليزية‬: ‫المجال‬
2011 - 2010 ‫العام الدراسي‬

‫دولة الكويت‬
‫وزارة التربية‬
‫التوجيه الفني للغة النجليزية‬

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‫)الورقة الثانية ) التعبير – الستيعاب المقروء – التلخيص – الترجمة‬
‫) الختبار في ) ست صفحات‬
‫الصفحة الولى‬
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Paper Two ( 200 Marks )
I. Composition (70 Marks)
- Write on one only of the following topics, either "A" or "B":
A- Report
As a result of technological innovations, new types of communication, namely
Network-based communication, have emerged. These new technologies, e-mail and chat in
particular, are being used increasingly. In about (12 ) sentences, write a report on the
( effects of spending time chatting on the net ( positively and negatively
: The following guide words and phrases may help you
Positively: a good type of communication - tool - learning, interact - native speakers increases learners' opportunities - target language - improve - written - spoken language facilitate - language acquisition - face-to-face negotiations
Negatively : waste – leisure – site – bad – illegal – intensively – achieve – disagree – effect –
limit – insist on – fed up – ignore – duties – responsible for – parents – observe – suitable
B- Dialogue
You were talking with your friend about the bonds that tie a man to his country believing in
the saying "East or west, one's home is the best ". Write a dialogue of about (6-8) exchanges
that took place between both of you ensuring the importance of one's homeland and our
duties towards it. Your name is Mounira / Ahmed and your friend is Hala / Mohammed
The following guide words and phrases may help you :
One's birthplace / family / childhood / friends / properties / patriotism / proud / fight for /
emigration / feeling homesickness / days and memories / never forget / a religious duty / care
for one's country

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‫اختبار اللغة النجليزية ‪ /‬الصف الحادى عشر ‪ /‬النظام الموحد ‪ /‬الفترة الرابعة ‪ /‬الورقة اثانية ‪ /‬الصفحة الثانية‬
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‫ الصفحة الثالثة‬/ ‫ الورقة الثانية‬/ ‫ الفترة الرابعة‬/ ‫ النظام الموحد‬/ ‫ الصف الحادى عشر‬/ ‫اختبار اللغة النجليزية‬
II – Reading Comprehension ( 70 Marks )
Read the first passage , then answer the questions below :
Few years ago, it was clear that raw materials* such as food, oil, wood, etc…are getting
scarcer. Man’s demands are, however, growing greater. But there is a limit. We are quickly
approaching that limit. The world is so used to treating the raw materials as though they were
lasting forever that it has not been doing enough research into developing things that may be
taken instead of them.
Now everyone realizes the danger, more is being done to protect our natural raw materials
and to recycle them and use them again when possible. In fact, recycling has been practised for
centuries. Not long ago, women used to keep all glass jars for making their own jam and
marmalade. When people could not buy clothes, toys or books because they were expensive,
they were handed down from the eldest to the youngest.
After the last war, industry encouraged society to buy and to throw any things used for
a short period to be replaced by new ones. People had a lot of money to do that. The trouble
was that raw materials were being used at a great speed. Industry was interested in making
money, not caring how much raw material was being used up.
Now, we are facing great shortage of raw materials, people are more careful about what
they buy as prices are getting higher because industrialists have to pay more for fewer raw
materials. Therefore many people encourage recycling. For example, waste paper is used for
packaging and newspapers.
* Raw materials : not processed , in a natural state.

(A-From a,b,c and d choose the best answer: ( 4x5=20 Marks
1- Recycling ………………………..
a- is a new idea.
b- has been known since last decade.
c- has been practised for centuries.
d- was practised in the past but not nowadays.
2-The underlined pronoun(they) in paragraph 2, refers to………………….
a- people.
b-glass jars.
c-clothes, toys or books.
d-jam and marmalade.
3- The most important problem the world faces now is…………….…..
a- the low price of raw materials.
b- the shortage of raw materials.
c- industrializing raw materials.
d- exploring raw materials.
4- the word ( scarcer ) in line (2) means……………………
a- easier to find or get
b- not easy to find or get
c- well-known
d- not known

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‫ الصفحة الثالثة‬/ ‫ الورقة الثانية‬/ ‫ الفترة الرابعة‬/ ‫ النظام الموحد‬/ ‫ الصف الحادى عشر‬/ ‫اختبار اللغة النجليزية‬
(B-State whether these statements are ( √ ) or ( X )
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.Raw materials such as food, oil, wood are renewable sources -4
.Many researches were done to develop alternatives to raw materials -5
.People practised recycling long ago -6
.The industries used to care for the amount of raw materials -7

(C-Answer the following questions : (3x5=15 Marks
?What was the role of industry after the last world war -7
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?How was recycling practised in the past -8
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?Why are prices getting higher nowadays -9
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(D- Complete the following sentences: (3x5=15 Marks
10- After the world war,……………………………….
11- We can make use of recycled paper in…………………………….
12- The world used to deal with raw materials as if…………………

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‫ الصفحة الخامسة‬/ ‫ الورقة الثانية‬/ ‫ الفترة الرابعة‬/ ‫ النظام الموحد‬/ ‫ الصف الحادى عشر‬/ ‫اختبار اللغة النجليزية‬
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III- Summary Making : ( 20 Marks )
Read the following passage , then answer the questions below (169 words ) :
There are various methods that are used at school to evaluate students. Periodical tests and
final exams are some of these means. A teacher can also notice in class how far his students are
responsive to him and interested in their work. Some teachers would often test their students on
the spot so as to see they are on task. School activities, too, may be an area in which the
learners can be evaluated. They can practise doing things physically or mentally. This can show
their interests, tendencies, hobbies and characters.
Evaluation is vital not only for developing the learning process but for motivating the
students to promote their study as well. Learning without testing could never achieve its ends,
for testing does not only reveal the students' progress but it also evaluates methods of teaching.
Therefore, evaluation aims at improving the students' level and the teachers' methods.
According to the marks the students have scored, a teacher can adopt new methods to improve
the standards of his students.
In four sentences, summarize the importance of evaluation for both students and
teachers:
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‫ الصفحة الخامسة‬/ ‫ الورقة الثانية‬/ ‫ الفترة الولى‬/ ‫ النظام الموحد‬/ ‫ الصف الحادي عشر‬/ ‫اختبار اللغة النجليزية‬
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( IV- Translation ( 40 Marks
( A)-Translate the following into good Arabic: ( 30 Marks
Success cannot be achieved due to a chance but it is a matter of a well-prepared plan.
A goal cannot be successfully achieved without studying the predicted advantages and
disadvantages of a project. A successful trader has to work to a plan with regular and organized
steps, otherwise the whole work will be a failure. Following up the work regularly is a must to
discover early what may negatively affect the project. Positive results should be recorded step
.by step
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(B-Translate into good English (2x2=4 Marks
. ‫ نحن نحتاج إلي عمل تغييرات أساسية في الطريقة التي نتعامل بها مع بيئتنا‬: ‫بدور‬
. ‫ نعم بالتأكيد لن هناك عدد كبير من الناس قليلي الخبرة الذين يحتاجون الدعم‬: ‫منى‬
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