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PostSubject: Second etrm exam - How to eat   Tue 3 Mar - 20:08

How to Eat.


When you eat, you should hold the knife firmly in one hand and the fork in the other. You should cut your food with the knife. You should push the food onto your fork with the knife. You should put the food into your mouth with the fork not the knife.

You must chew food very slowly. You must keep your mouth closed while chewing. You must never speak while you have food in your mouth. You mustn't put too much food in your mouth at a time. You must take small bites only.

You should put the napkin on your lap. When you have finished eating, you should wipe your mouth with, your napkin and place it neatly on the plat. You should put your knife and fork together on the plate. You shouldn't put them on the table cloth.

(from <> p: 23, by S.A. Arab and B. Riche )

Part one


Section one: Reading comprehension : ( 07 Pts )
A) Match each statement with the corresponding paragraph: (03 pts)

Statement
Paragraph

- I am eating

1

- I have finished eating

2

- I am going to eat

3
B) What do the underlined words refer to in the text: (02pts)

1- it……………………………… 2- them…………………………………..

C) 1-Find in the Text the synonyms to the following: (01 pt)

started= ……………………….. take =…………………………….

2-Find in the Text the antonyms to the following: (01 pt)

quickly≠ ……………………… open ≠……………………………….

Section two: Mastery of Language ( 07 Pts )

A) Turn the followingsentences into the negative form:(03 pts)

1- People must smoke while eating.
2- People should speakwhen drinking.
3- Muslims can drink and eat during the day time, in Ramadan.

B) Combine the statement tomake a new one, use the linkers between brackets:(02 pts)

1- I am hungry. I'll eat. (if)

2- I'll wash my hands. I finish eating. (as soon as)

C) Classify these words according to the number of their syllables: (02 pts)

- knife – slowly – napkin – together -


One syllable

Tow syllables

Three syllables








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PostSubject: Re: Second etrm exam - How to eat   Tue 3 Mar - 20:26

Thank you sir



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PostSubject: Re: Second etrm exam - How to eat   Tue 3 Mar - 20:46

Thank you Mr. Mohamed for your huge efforts



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