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Reading ComprehensionWritingGrammar

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Question: 1

Score: 7

Match the words in A with their definitions in B

         A                                                                              B                                                                       

  1. Confidence                                               physically handicapped
  2. Eventually                                                to complete something
  3. Society                                                      feeling sure
  4. Paralyzed                                                  in the end/ finally
  5. Fulfill                                                        unable to move
  6. Disabled                                                    person who has obtained a degree
  7. Graduate                                                   way in which people are organized

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Question: 2

Score: 7

Complete the sentences with the words below: (7ps)

  1. There is no ……………………………in my mind that you’ll succeed.
  2. These ………………………………… will help them realize how much they have in common.
  3. She wants to ……………………………… her dream to become a doctor one day.
  4. I don’t understand you at all. You are not talking ……………………………
  5. They have a lot …………………………… .That’s why they are such close friends.
  6. It’s hard to teach people to ………………………… those who are different.
  7. She decided to ………………………… a baby.

 

adopt – experience- doubt – fulfill – logically – in common - accept


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Question: 3

Score: 5

Complete the sentences below: (choose two)

  1. Tom had a terrible accident, but ……………………………………………………………………
  2. They had a lot in common, so …………………………………………………………………………
  3. I don’t think you should buy that because ……………………………………………………

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Question: 4

Score: 16

Circle the correct answer:  

  1. We haven’t understand / didn’t understand the biology lesson last week.
  2. I never understood / have never understood how anyone can eat meat.
  3. Those two counties were / have been at war for 100 years.
  4. Emily didn’t visit / hasn’t visited us last year.
  5. They have married for / since
  6. I haven’t seen / didn’t see anyone yet.
  7. Jane found/ has found her ring in the garden yesterday.
  8. I haven’t eaten/ didn’t eat a watermelon yet this year.

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Question: 5

Score: 12

Fill in the correct form of the present perfect or past simple:  (choose 6)

  1. My best friend and I ……………………… (know) each other for over fifteen years.
  2. Stinson is a fantastic writer. He ………………………… (write) very creative short stories in the last year.
  3. When I …………………………. (go) to south America in 1988, I ……………………. (visit) Brazil and Peru.
  4. She ………………………… (live) in London since 1991.
  5. I’m ready to go shopping. I ……………………….. (just finished) my homework.
  6. Janet, I can’t believe how much you ………………………….. (change) since the last time I ………………………….. (see) you.
  7. Rita …………………………… (already arrive) to Germany.
  8. I ………………………… (not meet) her since last Thursday

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Question: 6

Score: 12

Ask for the words in bold:  (choose 4)

  1. I have been in the garden.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. My sister has cooked dinner.

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  1. Tom broke the vase because he was very angry.

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  1. He left school at four o’clock.

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  1. I have left my umbrella on the table.

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  1. Sara has bought five books.

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Question: 7

Score: 8
  1. Complete the sentences so that they are true for you:  (choose 2)
  2. I have …………………………........................since…………………………………………………………
  3. My friend ……………………….......................for…………………………………………………………
  4. I haven’t ……………………………………………..for………………………………………………………….

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Read the text and answer the questions:

MARLA RUNYAN

by Rona Myle

 

Marla Runyan is an Olympic athlete. She amazed the world when she reached eighth place in the 1500-meter race at the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. This is a great achievement* for anyone. But it is even more special because Marla is almost blind!

Marla Runyan wasn't always blind. She only started to have problems with her eyes when she was nine years old. At first,Marla couldn't see the blackboard very well and had trouble reading, so her parents took her to an eye doctor. The doctor told them that Marla had a disease that would make her almost blind. As Marla grew older, she found it more and more difficult to see. When she was twelve years old, she stopped playing football because it was hard for her to see the ball. So Marla started to run and soon became an excellent runner.

Marla first started running races in the 1992 Paralympics, the Olympic Games for physically-challenged* athletes. After winning many races in the Paralympics, Marla dreamed of being on the American Olympic team. She worked hard to achieve this goal and in 2000, Marla made history by becoming the first almost blind

athlete to run in the Olympics.

Marla is not just a great athlete. She has worked very hard to achieve other goals*. She studied at university and became a teacher, which is not easy for a person who is almost blind. Marla now teaches children who are blind or deaf.

Marla has also written a book called No Finish Line: My Life as I See It. In her book, she describes the long road to success – from being an almost blind child to being one of the world's greatest athletes. Marla believes that real winners are people who work hard to reach their goals. She is an example to us all.

* achievement = انجاز

* physically-challenged = تحدي جسماني

Question: 8

Score: 5

Why is Marla Runyan's success in sports so surprising? 

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Question: 9

What happened when Marla was nine years old Score: 5
She stopped going to school
She started playing football.
She ran in the Olympics.
She started going blind.

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Question: 10

Score: 5

Complete the sentence.

Marla was the first almost blind woman to

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Question: 11

Score: 8

Marla was very successful in sports. What else did Marla do?

Write TWO answers.

  1. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  2. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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Question: 12

Another name for the article could be.. Score: 5
Working with the Blind
An Amazing Woman
The Longest Race
The Sydney Olympics

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Question: 13

. Marla called her book No Finish Line: My Life as I See It because she Score: 5
wanted to be able to see
stopped running and teaches now
always finishes a race in first place
always has new goals to work for

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