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 Exam paper - Algeria Occupation

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PostSubject: Exam paper - Algeria Occupation   Sat 21 Feb - 14:53

In 1830, France
occupied Algeria.
The French army was everywhere. The Algerian people refused to be



Colonized and many wars started. A lot
of people died in order to free the country. On the 8th of May 1945,
the Algerian people organized a pacific demonstration to ask for their liberty.
Millions of the Algerian citizens participated inside and abroad Algeria. In France, hundreds of people were killed and lots
of them were thrown in the “Saine
River”. The same thing happened in Algeria.
Thousands of people were killed especially in Setif, Skikda and Guelma. They
were the martyrs of freedom.



Every year, the Algerian nation
celebrates the 8th of May in the memory of these people and to
remember the history. Our independence was highly paid by the blood of martyrs.



Part
one:
(14pts)



I.
Reading
comprehension
.


A- Read the text and answer these questions.(2pts)


1. Did the French occupy Algeria?


2. Did the Algerians accept to be colonized?


B- Read the text and write “true” or “false». Correct the wrong
statement.(3pts)



1. In 1830, Algeria
got its independence.



2. The Algerian people disliked to be colonized.


3. Thousands of people were killed because they asked for their liberty.


C- Lexis: .(2pts)


1. Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to the following.


Took part =……………………. Began = …………………..


2. Find in the text words that are opposite in meaning to the following.


Accepted #...................... Outside
#........................







II.
Mastery of
language
:


A-
Derive opposites
from the following words by adding a prefix.(2pts)



Regular



Legal



Polite



justice



















B- Reorder the following words to get coherent questions.(3pts)


1. Did / revise /he /? /yesterday


2. she/ absent /was /? /


3. go /did / Where /? / you /





C- Classify the following verbs according to the pronunciation of their
final “ed”.(2pts)



Occupied / started
/ happened / participated






/ d /

/ id /

-
……………………..


- ……………………..

- ……………………..

- ……………………..











Part two: (6pts)


Written expression.





You
recently participated or saw a demonstration. It was organized to celebrate the
5th of July,



(The independence day of Algeria).


Write a paragraph about
this demonstration.
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PostSubject: Re: Exam paper - Algeria Occupation   Sat 21 Feb - 19:26

Thank you, Mr. Hud
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PostSubject: Re: Exam paper - Algeria Occupation   Sat 21 Feb - 19:35

May Allah reward you
Thank you, Mr. Hud



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PostSubject: Re: Exam paper - Algeria Occupation   Sat 21 Feb - 20:58

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