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 THIRD TERM ENGLISH EXAM 2AS LE LPH (Romeo & Juliet)

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PostSubject: THIRD TERM ENGLISH EXAM 2AS LE LPH (Romeo & Juliet)   Sat 4 May - 22:40

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THIRD TERM ENGLISH EXAM 2AS LE LPH


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Romeo and Juliet is a tale written by Shakespeare. It is about two rich families of Verona: the Montague’s and the Capulet’s. But an old quarrel between these two families led to a deadly enmity which was extended even to their children.


One day, old Lord Capulet made a great supper to which many fair ladies and many noble guests were invited. To this feast of Capulet’s, Romeo Montague went masked. All the beauties of Verona were present but the young man was struck with the exceeding beauty of a lady who danced there. Among all those beautiful ladies, Juliet Capulet emerged as a snowy dove trooping with crows. Romeo danced with Juliet and it was love at first sight from both of them. Every night Romeo leapt the wall of Juliet’s house to see his beloved, who waited above the window to hear her lover’s passionate discourse and romantic poetry.


They were so enamoured of each other, so they consented to marry but stressed the need for absolute secrecy about the matter as they were conscious of their families’ opposition. After many sweet days spent with her lover, Lord Capulet proposed a suitor for his daughter, the Count of Paris.

Unfortunately, the story ended tragically as both lovers died. To flee the marriage proposed by her father, Juliet took a poison which would make her asleep for a long time. When Romeo heard that his young wife was dead, he came near her, kissed her and swallowed a mortal poison. Once the effect of the poison had expired, Juliet awoke and to her surprise found her lover dead. She quickly took a knife and killed herself.


How many paragraphs are there in the


  • story? ...................................................................................................................................


  • Find the right answer:


a. The text is a:

- a press release


- a love story


- a joke



b. The tone of the story is:

- ironic


- tragic


- comic




  • Answer the questions:


a. Where did the story take place?

.....................................................................................................................................................................

b. Who was the beauty of the party?


.....................................................................................................................................................................


c. Was the poison taken by Juliet mortal?

......................................................................................................................................................................


d. Did Romeo and Juliet Marry?


...................................................................................................................................................................
Find in the text synonyms to:

a. Story §1: ............................................
b.Finished §4: ...................................


Find in the text opposites to:

a. poor §1: ............................................
b.alive §4: ...................................


Classify the words according to finalS pronunciation: parts


  • – gloves – matches - daughters



/S/


/Z/


/IZ/
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b][/b][/b]
[b][b]Complete sentence B so that it means the same as sentence A[b][/b][/b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b][b]A. They painted the fence.[/b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b][b]B. The fence ..................................................................................[/b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b][/b]
[b]A. “I was ill”, he said.[/b]


B. he said that he ..........................................................................................

Fill in the gaps with:


killed
– scale – destroyed – occurred – situated – shopping



On January 12th, 2011, London was damaged by a terrible earthquake that ................................. at 6:30. The earthquake with a Richter .......................................... of 6.3 released at least thrice
as much as the 1911 Los Angeles earthquake. The source was ...................................... some distance off the coast. Damage was very high. The violent shaking ............................. many public buildings and about 10 000 houses. It was a sunny day and many people were outside for a
walk or for ........................ . Most of the schools were destroyed, resulting in many casualties. The total number of persons ........................... was estimated as high as 2 000.





  • Written expression: Use the notes to write a composition about the earthquake of El
    Asnam.


Notes:

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October10th, 1980


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seven on the Richter scale


-
buildings and houses collapsed


-
many casualties


-
quick arrival of rescuers

-
solidarity among Algerians

-
foreign aid

- government program to reconstruct towns and villages

N;B:Any comment about this work is welcome
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PostSubject: Re: THIRD TERM ENGLISH EXAM 2AS LE LPH (Romeo & Juliet)   Sun 5 May - 20:10

Thank you, Mrs. lous25. That's the right way of helping the colleagues. May God bless you, madam.


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