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    Final English Exam -3am-

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    الاستاذة أمال
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    Final English Exam -3am-

    Post by الاستاذة أمال on 2013-05-22, 05:03


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    Washington D.C

    The USA is a federal republic,made up of fiftyone states including Hawai.A lot of people believe that NewYork is the capital city of the United States.Actually,it is W ashington D.C.It is situated on the Potomac River between the state of Maryland and the state of Virginia.
    WashingtonD.C is a beautiful city , with large streets,beautiful parks, famous monuments and Government buildings .These buildings and monuments which tell the history of the United States are:The Supreme Court , the Library of Congress and of course , the White House.
    The White House is the oldest public building in Washington and also one of the most popular tourist attractionsin the United States
    it's the home and the office of the President of the USA.Every year more than 1,5 million tourists visit it.


    Section one : Reading Comprehension (8 points)
    A)Read the text and answer these questions:
    1-How many states are there in the USA ?
    2-Where is Washington D.C situated?
    3-How high is the Washington monument?

    B)Write true or false .Correct the false statement:

    1-New York is the capital city of the USA.
    2-The White house is the home of the president of the USA.
    3-The Washington monument is made of iron.

    C) Lexis:-Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to :
    located well-known
    Find now words that are opposite in meaning to :
    newest less

    Section two : Mastery of language (6points)
    A) Complete this table:

    Adjective Comparative Superlative

    important ........ .........

    ......... Larger than .........

    ......... ......... the best

    noisy ........ .......

    B) Spot the mistakes and correct them:

    1- How a wonderful monument!
    2-Liz has lived in Washington since 5 years.
    3-Peter was sleeping when his friends were calling him.

    Part two : Written expression:

    Complete this dialogue:

    A: .........................?
    B:I have been in Egypt .
    A:..........................?
    B:It's situated in North Africa.
    A:..........................?
    B: It's about 3000 KM from Algeria.
    A:............................?
    B:It takes about three hours by plane.
    A:.....................?
    B: Yes, it's a wonderful country.
    A:.........................?
    B: It was very hot.





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    Re: Final English Exam -3am-

    Post by Mr. Azzedine on 2013-05-22, 08:46

    thanks a million for sharing it



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