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 Women Inventors Exam- Mostaganem

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PostSubject: Women Inventors Exam- Mostaganem   Wed 11 Aug - 17:45

Mostaganem


Teacher: Mrs. FB Kh


Third Term Test


The Text


You will probably find it difficult to
name any women inventors. Why is this? Weren’t women interested in science? The
answer is that in the past women weren’t allowed to patent their inventions.
Until the mid 19th century, anything a woman owned or invented was
legally her husband’s. For this reason, many female inventors throughout
history have been forgotten or ignored although their inventions are used every
day.



Although hundreds of important
women could not be named, here is a brief look at a few. Bette Nesmith Graham: Liquid paper
was the invention of Bette Nesmith Graham. In an effort to cover her typing
mistakes, she painted over them with a bottle of white paint and a water colour
brush. By 1956, Graham’s invention gained so much popularity that four years
later she sold her company to Gillette for


47.5 million.


Grace Murray Hopper: Few
people have done as much to change the world as Grace Murray Hopper; In her
work with the first computers; she put us on the way of making computers
available for everyone. In1952; she invented the first computer compiler. She
was the first person the Computer Science Man of the year award 1969.







Part One (14pts)


Reading Comprehension (7pts)





1-Read the text carefully and answer the following questions (2pts)


-Were women interested in science?


-Why couldn’t
patent their inventions?






2-Fill in the table about
the second woman mentioned in the text

(2pts)






Name

Invention

Date

Prize

…………….

……………..

…………………

…………………..





3-Choose the most appropriate title
for the text
(1pt)



A-Inventions and discoveries


B-Little Inventions


C-Women Inventors


D-Inventions and Inventors


4-Lexis: Find in the text words
or expressions that are closest in meaning to






Permitted = …………….
Was able = ……………






Find in the text words or
expressions that are opposite in meaning to





Many =/= ……………….
Easy =/= …………….







Mastery of Language (7pts)





1-Find in the text two verbs describing
past actions and complete the table
(1






Regular

Irregular

……………..

……………….





2-Write the correct form of
the verbs in brackets
(4pts)






Not long ago, it (to be) uncommon to see
women driving cars in Algerian roads. But nowadays, it (to become) socially
accepted that women own and drive cars. Besides being good drivers, women (to respect)
the street signs and (not drive) dangerously.






3-Pick out from the text words and complete
the table according to the pronunciation of their final “ed”
(2pts)






/d/

/t/

/id/

1-……………………

1-……………………..

1-……………………….

2-…………………………


Part Two (6pts)


Situation of Integration





Women are the first half of society.
If women are not the whole society, then they make the second half.






Women play a great role in the development
that’s why the world: governments, organizations…etc celebrate on March 8th
Women’s Day. Write a letter to a European friend in which you tell him/ her how
Algerian authorities and people celebrate this day.






Good Luck
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PostSubject: Re: Women Inventors Exam- Mostaganem   Sat 14 Aug - 14:12

Thank you, sir



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