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PostSubject: Test 4: Drugs   Mon 3 Dec - 19:52

Drugs: What Should You Know
These days, drugs can be found
everywhere, and it may seem like everyone's doing them. Lots of people are
tempted by the excitement or escape that drugs seem to offer.But learning the
facts about drugs can help you see the risks of chasing this excitement or
escape. Here's what you need to know.
Drugs are chemicals or substances that change the way our bodies work.
When you put them into your body, drugs find their way into your bloodstream
and are transported to parts of your body, such as your brain. In the brain,
drugs may either intensify or dull your senses and sometimes decrease physical
pain.
A
drug may be harmful. The effects of drugs can vary depending upon the kind of
drug taken, how much is taken, how often it is used, how quickly it gets to the
brain, and what other drugs, food, or substances are taken at the same time.
Effects can also vary based on the differences in body size, shape, and
chemistry. Although substances can feel good at first,
they can ultimately do a lot of harm to the body and brain. Drinking alcohol,
smoking tobacco, taking illegal drugs, and sniffing glue can all cause serious
damage to the human body. Some drugs
severely impair a person's ability to make healthy choices and decisions.


www.teendrugabuse.us/teensmoking




Part one
Reading comprehension:
(7pts)



A/Read the text and answer the questions (2pts)


1)-How many paragraphs are there in the text?


2)-In which paragraph is it mentioned that drugs
change the body.






B/Write true or false. correct the wrong statement (3pts)


1- Drugs are risky.
2-Drugs increase physical aches.
3-Sniffing glue is a drug.






C/Lexis.
(2pts)



Match the words
with their synonyms from the text
. (1pt)
present=........... dangerous=.............



b)-Find in the text words or phrases that are opposite
in meaning to the following
(1pt)


options=........ some=.........


Mastery of the language:


A)pick out from the text 2 models:
1)-..............
2)-............ (1pt)






B)Choose a/b/c to complete these sentences: (2pts)
1-If children took a lot of drugs
they...............
a)-died b)-will
die c)-Would die



2-Children’s life ..........................easy in
the past. a)-Will be b)-used to be c)-is









C)Correct the adjective into a superlative: (2pts)
1-Drugs are ( dangerous) children’s problem. 2-Drugs are (bad ) danger to
avoid .









D)Put the stress on the correct syllable: to collect – an object – to object
– to endanger. ( 2pts)






Part Two:
Written Expres​sion( 6pts)



Your friend has a terrible trouble,he is drugs a
lot.He is very worried and he want to stop it.He wants you to help him and give
him some advice.Write an e-mail to help him.Use information below:



-See a doctor ,talk with his parents, practise sport,
go back to school and avoid bad friends.
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PostSubject: Re: Test 4: Drugs   Mon 3 Dec - 20:22

Thank you, madam


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PostSubject: Re: Test 4: Drugs   Tue 4 Dec - 22:16

Thank you, Mrs.Lamis for sharing.



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