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what do you think about my second term exam?

on 2009-03-05, 04:25
Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria

Ministry of education

School year: 2008 / 2009
Level: 04 AM
Timing: 1h30
Second Term English Examination

Martin Luther King Junior was an American political activist. He was
born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1929. He never starred in Hollywood film, and he never killed "the bad guys", but
he was a hero. There are four reasons why. First, he was a man of peace. He
never preached violence against those white people who hated
the black population in America. Second, he used to be a courageous negro
man. He knew that there were racists who wanted to kill him, but he was not
afraid of them. Third, he was a man who defended the rights of
workers for a decent salary and those of children for good education.
Finally, his defense of Civil Rights that was in a peaceful way won him the
Noble Prize for Peace in 1965.

After this, he became a well-known person, but he
remained very modest in everything. The Americans are right to celebrate
Martin Luther King Day because he spent his whole life teaching us lessons of
love, peace, tolerance, justice, self-respect and the respect for other
people. He died on April 4th, 1968. He lived and died for us. So
we should remember him at least once a year.


one: Reading comprehension : ( 07 Pts )

A) – read the text carefully and answer the questions:(3pts)

1. Was Martin Luther king a man of peace?

2. What did he win in 1965?

3. When did he die?

B) – what do the
underlined words refer to in the text:

- who → / them→

C) – match the word with
its definition:

1- hero a - man with dark complexion.

2- racist b - great and courageous man.

3- negro c - fixed pay for a job.

4- salary d - man who dislikes the others races.

Section two: Mastery of Language(07Pts)

Match the pairs of sentences with(who – which – where)

He won the prize. Itwas for peace.→

. He loved Atlanta. He was born there.

. He didn’t harm those Whites.
They hated him. →

B)Find in the text words that
contain these diphthongs (one word for each one)



the right form of the verbs:

1. Martin (to hate)

2. If I were you, I (to
choose) the second topic.

3. You (to have) a BEM
exam, next June.

4. Yesterday, they (to
come) to visit you.

Part two: situation of integration(06Pts)

In some lines
write a biography using these information:

- Name:
Marie Sklodowska

- Date
of birth
: 1867

- Place
of birth
: Warsaw / Poland

- Occupation
: research scientist

- Husband:
Pierre Curie

- date
of marriage
: 1895

- Prize:
Noble Prize in Chemistry / 1911

- Date
of death
: July 4th , 1934

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Re: what do you think about my second term exam?

on 2012-02-05, 03:02
Thank you very much for your fruitful contribution

Great job ! Wishing for more works of this kind ...

Thanks a million

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