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					                           THIRD TERM EXAMINATION

SECTION ONE: READING AND WRITING ( 08 pts )
READ AND ANSWER ACCORDING TO THE TEXT

Charities are worldwide independent organizations that help the poor, the
jobless, the homeless and children. They are also involved with human
rights, education, medical research and conservation of the environment. In
Britain, for instance, there are 18000 charities with a total income of about
₤25 billion. The well-known throughout the world are: Oxfam and ****ter.
These organizations in Britain obtain the funds they use to help the people in
need in three main methods. The traditional method of raising money is to
organize a flag day. Volunteers stand in busy streets asking members of the
public to put money in collecting boxes. Another method is charity shops.
Nearly every town in Britain has at least one charity shop. These are run by
volunteers who sell at low prices second-hand clothes, books, tapes and
CDs, and household goods donated by the public. Last but not least, in
recent years, the telethon has proved an effective method of fund raising.
During an evening of popular television programmes, television stars as
football players, actors and singers request and persuade generous donators
to phone and promise money to the charities involved.

1/ Circle the best title.
a- Volunteers in Britain b- Charities in Britain c- Solidarity in Britain

2/ Circle the right answer.
-Charities help people in need in................................................ ...... .
a- the whole world b- Britain c- Europe
-Oxfam and ****ter are .................................................. .. .
a- towns b- charities c- organizations
-There are...................................... methods for fund raising in Britain.
a- less than three b- three c- more than three

3/ Find in which paragraph each of the ideas below is mentioned.
a- The types of donations → §.....
b- Famous people volunteer to raise funds → §.....
c- The people helped → §.....

4/ Tick at the right column and justify your answer from the text.
                                   Statements




                                        T




                                        F




                                   Justification



1- Charities help the poor, the homeless, the jobless and children only.



2- Charities collect more money at the telethon.




5/ Pick from the text words close in meaning to the following:
- unemployed - famous - money - people

SECTION TWO: ******** PRACTICE ( 08 pts )
1/ Write the spelling form of the transcribed words in the box.


                                  Pronunciation




                                     Spelling
    Pronunciation




        Spelling




      /flΛdz/




   / 3: θ k w e i k /




/ t ∫ æ r i t ∂ b l /




   /dDneitid/




          1/2
2/ Order the letters of each word and complete the crossword puzzle. 1-
eatscrapoht 2-utarlan 3-ilosytirad 4- renteulov


C
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3/ Report each of the quotations below using the
suitable verb from the list:
- begged - advised – admitted – apologized.
1) a- A doctor calling a friend, "I am sorry. I cannot attend the wedding party."
b- A doctor………………………………………………………………… .
2) a- A passenger, not having a visa, speaking to the customs, "Please, sir. Let
me go through."
b- A passenger......................................... ..................................................
....................... .
3/ a- A father talking to his son, "Why don't you fetch a book and read a few
pages?"
b- A father………………………………………………………………………... .
4/ a- A mayor speaking to citizens, "I have not been able to do all what I
promised."
b- A mayor……………………………………………………………………………. .

4/ Give the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Then, match each
sentence with its function in Column ' B '.


                                             A: Sentences




                                              B: Functions
1-If you ( not pay ), I'll call the police.
2-More American marines will be killed if they ( not leave ) Iraq.
3-If you concentrate during the exam, you (obtain ) a good mark.
4-You ( put ) on my jacket if you feel cold.


a-warning
b-offer

c-Prediction

d-advice



SECTION THREE: WRITE IT RIGHT ( 04 pts )
Choose one topic.
Topic One: Use the questionnaire and the findings below to write a report of not
more than 10 lines on charities in your home town.




            Questionnaire: Are our youth interested at solidarity?




1- Are there charities in Ras-el-oued? Yes:25 No: 00
2- How many are there? One:15 Two:08 More:02
3- Do you donate money, clothes…? Yes:22 No:03
4- Do you volunteer at these organizations? Yes: 05 No:20



Topic Two: You are in a dilemma; write a letter to your pen friend at Annaba to
ask for advice.




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                  CORRECTION OF THIRD TERM EXAMINATION

SECTION ONE

1/ Charities in Britain( 01 pt ) ¼

2/ a- the whole world ( ½ pt ) b- charities ( ½ pt ) c- more than three ( ½ pt )

3/ a- The types of donations → §№ 2 ( ½ pt )
b- Famous people volunteer to raise funds → §№ 2 ( ½ pt )
c- The people helped → §№ 1 ( ½ pt )

4/ ( ½ pt * 4 )


                                     Statements




                                          T




                                          F




                                     Justification




                                          1




                                          +
   They are also involved with human rights, education, medical research and
                        conservation of the environment.




                                            2




                                            +




The telethonhas proved an effective method of fund raising.


5/ - jobless ( ½ pt ) - popular ( ½ pt ) - fund ( ½ pt ) - public ( ½ pt )

SECTION TWO

1/ ( ½ pt * 4 )
Floods
earthquake
Charitable
donated


2/ ( ½ pt * 4 )

- CATASTROPHE
-NATURAL
-SOLIDARITY
-VOLUNTEER
C3/ ( ½ pt * 4 )

1) b- A doctor apologized for not attending a friend's wedding party.
2) b- A passenger begged the customs to let him go through.
3) b- A father advised his son to fetch a book and read a few pages.
4) b- A major admitted not being able to do all what he had promised.

4/ ( ½ pt * 8 )



                                 A: Sentences




                                  B: Functions




1- do not pay
2- do not leave
3- will obtain
4- can / may put on


a-warning
b-offer
c-Prediction
d-advice



SECTION THREE
******* ( 02 pts )
Form ( 02 pts )

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