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. Al-Ahmadi Educational Area. School Year: 2016 — 2017

. Al-Nasr Secondary School. First Term Quiz / Grade 12

. Full Name: ……………………………… Class: ………………..

QUIZ 1 (8 Marks)

I. VOCABULARY (2 Marks)

Choose the correct answer from a, b, c and d: (4 x ½ = 2 M)

  1. The basic principle of ……………………… is to accept other people’s differences and to treat them amicably and kindly regardless.

. a. adoption. b. property

. c. boom. d. tolerance

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2. Wild animals may become very ………………….……. when they are threatened or provoked.

. a. foreign. b. worthless

. c. aggressive. d. charitable

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3. ………………………., so many people are still careless about the sufferings of the poor, the homeless and the sick in this world.

. a. Ultimately. b. Unfortunately

. c. Compassionately. d. Nervously

4. There will always be immigrants who leave their homelands and ………………. peace and better living conditions in other countries.

. a. govern. b. reside

. c. decimate. d. seek.

II. Grammar (2 Marks)

Correct the underlined mistakes in the following sentences: (4 x ½ = 2 M)

5. If you have come early, you wouldn’t have missed the first half for the match.

. a)………………………. / b)…………………..……

6. Before planes were inventing, crossing the oceans had been extreme dangerous for sailors and passengers aboard ships.

. a)………………………. / b)…………………..……

III. Writing (4 Marks)

Report

Human migration is not as simple as many people might believe. It is a dangerous adventure full of difficulties and risks. Write an eight-sentence report (8 sentences) in which you explain the dangers and difficulties that migrants may be exposed to in this experience.

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