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									        Grade 12
        Ahmad Shehab El-Deen Sec. School

        Dept. of English




REMEDIAL WORKSHEET
First Period - First term 2010 / 2011
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                                      Unit ( 1 ) The law : ْٛٔ‫اٌٛؽذح االٌٚٝ – اٌمب‬

                                            New vocabulary
Words to remember ( Student's book ):
adoption             the action of taking another’s child and bring it up                        ) ً‫رجٕٟ ( غف‬
                     as one’s own
bench                    a long seat for several people ( the office of judge )                ً٠ٛ‫ِمؼذ / وشعٟ غ‬


brief                    an outline or summary                                                  ‫ٍِخص / ِٛعض‬


case                     a legal action, esp. one to be decided in court              ) ‫لع١خ ( ٠زُ رذاٌٚٙب فٟ اٌّؾىّخ‬


civil                    relating to private relations between people                                ٟٔ‫ِذ‬


claim                    to state or assert that something is the case without          ‫٠ذػٟ / ٠شفغ دػٜٛ / ٠طبٌت‬
                         evidence
clog up                  to prevent things from being dealt with as quickly                      ‫٠ؼطً / ٠ؼٛق‬
                         as usual
code of law              a set of rules and standards accepted by a society                    ‫اٌمبْٔٛ / اٌذعزٛس‬


consultation             the action of consulting or discussing                                 ‫اعزؾبسح لبٔٛٔ١خ‬


contend                  to assert something as a position in an argument                 ‫٠ذػٟ / ٠فزشض / ٠غبدي‬


defence                  the action of defending from or resisting attack                            ‫دفبع‬


define                   to state or describe exactly the nature, scope, or             ‫٠صف / ٠ٛظؼ / ٠ؼشف ؽٝء‬
                         meaning of
enforce                  to put into practice, to carry out                             ‫٠فشض / ٠ؾشع / ٠غٓ لبٔٛٔب‬


govern                   to control                                                              ‫٠ؾىُ / ٠عجػ‬


grievance                an official statement of a complaint over                              ٜٛ‫ؽىٜٛ / دػ‬
                         something believed to be wrong or unfair
guilty                   responsible for a crime                                                     ‫ِزٔت‬


handcuffs                a pair of linked metal rings for securing a                    ‫أصفبد/ أغالي / وٍجؾبد / ل١ٛد‬
                         prisoner’s wrists
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impose                   to require                                                        َ‫٠فشض / ٠ٛعت / ٠ٍض‬


in favour of             to the advantage of                                            ‫ٌصبٌؼ / ٌّصٍؾخ / فٟ صف‬


innocent                 not guilty of a crime or offense                                      ‫ثشٞء / غ١ش ِزٔت‬


intend                   to have as one’s purpose or objective, plan                             ‫٠ٕٛٞ / ٠خطػ‬


judiciary                the judicial authorities of a country, judges                         ‫اٌغٍطبد اٌمعبئ١خ‬
                         collectively
jury                     group of people in court who decide whether                 ِٓ ‫٘١ئخ اٌّؾٍف١ٓ ( ٚ ٟ٘ ِغّٛػخ‬
                         someone is guilty                                                     ) ‫اٌمعبح‬
legal                    required by the law                                              ِٟ‫ؽشػٟ / لبٟٔٛٔ / ٔظب‬


litigation               the process of taking claims to a court law                            ‫دػبٜٚ / لعب٠ب‬


note                     a brief record of facts                                                   ‫ِالؽظخ‬


penalty                  a punishment imposed for breaking the law                                  ‫ػمٛثخ‬


persuasion               a belief or set of beliefs                                    ٚ ‫لٕبػخ / ِغّٛػخ ِٓ االفىبس‬
                                                                                                 ‫اٌّؼزمذاد‬
petty                    of little importance, trivial                                     ‫صغ١ش / ربفٗ / ال ٠زوش‬


principle                rule, belief                                                            ‫ِجذأ / اػزمبد‬


property                 something valuable which belongs to someone                                ‫أِالن‬


prosecute                to institute legal proceedings against a person or             ٜٛ‫٠مبظٟ / ٠ؾبوُ / ٠شفغ دػ‬
                         organization
prove                    to show that something is true                                          ٓ٘‫٠ضجذ / ٠جش‬


regardless               without being affected by something                                    ٓ‫ثغط إٌظش ػ‬


residential area         a part of town that consists of private houses                          ‫ِٕطمخ عىٕ١خ‬


row ( v.)                to propel a boat with oars                                   ‫٠غزف ( ٠ؾشن رساع خؾج١خ ٌ١ؾشن‬
                                                                                                 ) ‫اٌمبسة‬
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speed limit              the fastest speed allowed                                  ) ‫ؽذٚد اٌغشػخ ( اٌغشػخ اٌّغّٛػ ثٙب‬


spring                   to move or jump suddenly                                               ‫٠ضت / ٠مفض / ٠ٕػ‬


sue                      to make a legal claim against someone                             ٜٛ‫٠مبظٟ / ٠شفغ دػ‬


supporter                someone who agrees with a particular person                  ‫داػُ / ِؤ٠ذ ( ؽخص ٠ذػُ ِٛلف‬
                                                                                              ) ‫ؽخص اخش‬
tolerant                 showing willingness to allow the existence of                              ‫ِزغبِؼ‬
                         opinions or behavior that one does not necessarily
                         agree with
ultimately               finally, after everything else has been done                     ‫ثؾىً ِطٍك / ألصٝ ؽذ‬


violence                 the unlawful exercise of physical force                                     ‫ػٕف‬


welfare                  the health, happiness, and fortunes of a person or                      ‫ِصٍؾخ / خ١ش‬
                         group


Key- words ( Workbook ):
break into         to enter by force                                                   ) ‫٠مزؾُ ( ٠ىغش ٚ ٠ذخً ثبٌمٛح‬


fake                     not real                                                                              ‫ِض٠ف / ِمٍذ‬


invisible                cannot be seen                                                        ٗ‫غ١ش ِشئٟ / ال ٠ّىٓ ِؾب٘ذر‬


techno-criminal          a person who has committed a crime using                       / ‫ٌص ٠غزخذَ اٌزىٌٕٛٛع١ب ٌٍغشلخ‬
                         technology                                                                        ‫ِغشَ ِؾزشف‬

worthless                having no value                                                            ٌٗ ‫ػذ٠ُ اٌم١ّخ / ال ل١ّخ‬




                                Unit ( 1 ) The Law ْٛٔ‫اٌٛؽذح االٌٚٝ – اٌمب‬
                                          Language Exercises
                                         Vocabulary Exercises
A ) Choose the most suitable word from a, b, c, and d:
1- The amount of ………………….brought against everyday people has increased dramatically in recent
years.
a. limits       b. supporters         c. litigation        d. assistance
2- If you break the traffic laws you’d have a ticket ………………….of your social rank or your position.
a. regardless   b. worthless         c. priceless        d. harmless
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3- Those vendors who roam the streets of ……………….areas should be prevented by the municipality
because they sometimes commit crimes.
a. presidential b. residential        c. national         d. international
4- Policemen arrest criminals, whereas lawyers………………criminals.
a. prosecute     b. row               c. note             d. spring
5- ……………….is not allowed in some countries because they think it sometimes leads to complex social
problems and sometimes it may be a source of crime.
a. principle        b. consultation    c. violence         d. adoption
B- Fill in the spaces with words from the list:

            ( civil / impose / jury / proved / handcuffs / defence )
1- The ………………law is different from the military law in most countries around the world.

2- She had been taken to the police station in…………………..before she could prove her innocence
something that pushed her to prosecute the police.

3- It’s sometimes illegal to ………………….new taxes on people without the consultation of the ultimate
court.

4- The crimes took place in different countries and the criminals were of different nationalities, so the
……………………..couldn’t reach a verdict easily.

5- The pills of breast cancer have……………………… to be a disaster after ten years of prescribing them
millions of women around the world.

C ) Match the following words with their suitable definitions :
1- Most people sometimes misunderstand the legal rights of women and behave violently against them.
a. not real                           b. cannot be seen
c. having no value                    d. required by the law
2-A: Kuwait has a well-structured and clearly defined judiciary, composed of summary, military, and
religious courts.
a. the judicial authorities of a country,
b. to the advantage of
c. a brief record of facts
d. a punishment imposed for breaking the law

3- These old papers clog up the shelves, we must get rid of them to get more space

a. to prevent things from being dealt with as quickly as usual
b. to state or assert that something is the case without evidence
c. relating to private relations between people
d. to assert something as a position in an argument
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                                Unit ( 2 ) Migration : ‫اٌٛؽذحاٌضبٔ١خ - اٌٙغشح‬
                                            New vocabulary
Words to remember ( Student's book ):
afford               to provide something or allow it to happen                           ًّ‫٠غزٛػت / ٠زغغ / ٠زؾ‬

animated                 showing a lot of interest and energy                            ‫ِضبس / ِٕفؼً / ِفؼُ ثبٌؾ١ٛ٠خ‬

arduous                  involving a lot of strength and effort                                ٟٕ‫ِزؼت / ؽبق / ِع‬

boom                     increase in business                                                    ‫غفشح الزصبد٠خ‬

decimate                 to destroy a large part of something                                      ‫٠ج١ذ / ٠ؾصذ‬

deteriorate              to become worse                                                        ‫٠زشاعغ / ٠زذ٘ٛس‬

disgruntled              annoyed or disappointed                                                 ‫ِٕضػظ / ِؾجػ‬

displace                 to make a group of people have to leave their place            ‫٠ُشؽً ( ٠ذفغ االٔغبْ الْ ٠زشن‬
                                                                                                                  َ
                                                                                                   ) ٖ‫ثٍذ‬
emigrate                 to leave your own country in order to live in another                        ‫٠ٙبعش‬
                         country
engage in                to be involved in something                                            ‫٠ٕخشغ فٟ / ٠ّٕٙه‬

famine                   a situation of little food                                                  ‫ِغبػخ‬

foreign                  relating to a country that is not yours                                 ‫أعٕجٟ / غش٠ت‬

hard-pressed             having a lot of problems and not enough money or                 ٚ ٌَّٛٙ‫ِعغٛغ ( ِضمً ثب‬
                         time                                                                    ) ً‫اٌّؾبو‬
high-tech                using advanced technology                                             ‫اٌزىٌٕٛٛع١ب اٌّزمذِخ‬

major                    very large or important                                        ‫أعبعٟ / سئ١غٟ / االوضش أّ٘١خ‬

mass                     involving or intended for a very large number of                        ًِ‫عّبػٟ / ؽب‬
                         people
meticulous               very careful about small details                                       ‫دل١ك / ؽش٠ص عذا‬

migrant                  someone who goes to live in another country                                 ‫ِٙبعش‬

minor                    small and not very important                                     ُِٙ ‫صبٔٛٞ / فشػٟ / غ١ش‬
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necessitate              to make it necessary                                             ٞ‫٠ٍؼ / ٠غؼً ؽٟء ظشٚس‬

nervously                anxiously                                                                ‫ثمٍك / ثزٛرش‬

obliterate               to destroy something completely so that nothing                   ٍٝ‫٠ج١ذ / ٠ٕٟٙ / ٠معٟ ػ‬
                         remains
perturbed                worried about something                                                  ‫لٍك / خبئف‬

rent                     to pay money to live in a house or room                                    ‫٠غزأعش‬

reside                   to live in a particular place                                  ٓ‫٠غزمش فٟ ِىبْ / ٠ؼ١ؼ / ٠غى‬

resort                   a place where people go for holidays                                    ٗ١ٌ‫ِٕزغغ / ؽب‬

rift                     a crack or narrow opening in a large mass of rock               ‫ؽك فٟ االسض ٠ؾذس ثغجت‬
                                                                                                 ‫اٌضٌضاي‬
seek                     to try to achieve or get something                                     ‫٠جؾش ػٓ / ٠طٍت‬

strenuous                needing a lot of effort or strength                                                  ُْ
                                                                                               ‫ِزؼت / ِعٕٟ / ؽبق‬

take a breather          take a brief pause for rest                                       ٗ‫٠غزش٠ؼ / ٠ٍزمػ أفبع‬

unfortunately            used when you are mentioning a fact that you wish                         ‫ٌغٛء اٌؾع‬
                         were untrue.

Key- words ( Workbook ):
instead            as an alternative or substitute                                                  ِٓ ‫ثذال‬

periodic                 happening in regular times                                              ‫ِضِٓ / ِزىشس‬

plenty of                a large quantity that is enough or more than enough                       ِٓ ‫اٌىض١ش‬

swallow                  a migratory swift-flying songbird                                        ٕٛٔٛ‫غبئش اٌغ‬


                                 Unit ( 2 ) Migration : ‫اٌٛؽذحاٌضبٔ١خ - اٌٙغشح‬
                                           vocabulary exercises:
A- Choose the most suitable word from a, b, c, and d:
1- Migrants arrive in Kuwait from different parts of the world because Kuwait …………………them an
opportunity for work and good standard of living.
a. boom            b. afford      c. decimate           d. press

2- A break through work is helpful especially if you were ……………………and wanted a time out.
a. soft-pressed  b. hard-pressed c. necessitated      d. periodic
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3- The majority of the world’s…………………move to find a better life or to escape from wars and famine.
a. rifts          b. resorts     c. migrants d. booms

4- I found a new perfume at the Avenues ……………………….., I didn't have my credit card with me or I'd
certainly have bought it.
a. anxiously      b. luckily        c. unexpectedly d. unfortunately

5- There are a lot of places that you can visit in Kuwait in Summer such as Alkhairan………………….. and
the Marina Hotel.
a. mass           b. rent            c. foreign          d. resort

B- Fill in the spaces with suitable words from the list below:
                  { disgruntled / displace / arduous / engage in / major / minor                     }

1-A: I don’t encourage watching bloody movies as they make one feel the desire to practice violence or the
desire to ……………………troubles.

2-A: It will take so long to rebuild the town after the earthquake and it will be a / an
……………………….task too.

3-A: I prefer Shakespeare's plays and poems, especially his ……………..work Hamlet.

4- It is not wise to try to stimulate a ............................. lion at the zoo .

5- It's good that the police could reach Mary's murderer so easily! They found evidence in her diary. She
used to record all her major and ……………………. issues.



                           Unit ( 3 ) Human Values – ‫اٌٛؽذح اٌضبٌضخ – ل١ُ أغبٔ١خ‬
                                            New vocabulary
Words to remember ( Student's book ):
abuse                cruel and violent treatment of a person                                ‫اظطٙبد / ػٕف / رؾشػ‬

avert                       to prevent or ward off                                                ‫٠غطٟ / ٠ؾغت‬

aggressive                  ready or likely to attack or confront                                 ‫ػذٚأٟ / ؽش٠ش‬

alleviate                   to make ( suffering ) less severe                                  ‫٠ٛاعٟ / ٠ْٙٛ اٌّصبة‬

anthropologist              a person who studies people, their societies, cultures,             ‫ػبٌُ أعٕبط ثؾش٠خ‬
                            etc….
apparent                    clearly visible or understood                                       ٍٟ‫ظب٘ش / ٚاظؼ / ع‬

appeal                      a serious or urgent request                                          ‫ِطبٌجخ / ِٕبؽذح‬

attribute                   a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or          ‫خبص١خ / صفخ / خصٍخ / ِ١ضح‬
                            inherent part of someone
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campaign                 an organized course of action to achieve a goal                                ‫ؽٍّخ‬

charitable               relating to the assistance of those in need                                   ٞ‫خ١ش‬

commitment               an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of                  ‫اٌزضاَ / رم١ذ / رىش٠ظ‬
                         action
compassion               sympathetic pity and concern for the suffering of                         ‫رؼبغف / ؽفمخ‬
                         others
compassionately          sympathetically                                                              ‫ثزؼبغف‬

cry over spilt milk      to regret something after it is too late                       ‫٠جىٟ ػٍٝ ِب فبد / ٠ٕذَ ثؼذ فٛاد‬
                                                                                                     ْ‫االٚا‬
dire                     extremely serious or urgent                                   ٟ‫ؽٟء ظشٚسٞ / ٍِؼ / ؽٟء وبسص‬

discrimination           the unjust treatment of different categories of people                   ٞ‫اٌزّ١١ض اٌؼٕصش‬

diversity                the state of being divers; variety                                    ٓ٠‫رٕٛع / اخزالف / رجب‬

donate                   to give for a good cause                                                   ‫٠زجشع / ٠ٙت‬

empathy                  the ability to understand and share the feelings of               ‫رؼبغف / ِؾبسوخ ٚعذأ١خ‬
                         another
enfranchisement          the act of giving a group of people the right to vote                 ‫اٌزصٛ٠ذ فٟ االٔزخبثبد‬

ethnographer             a person whose job is to describe the customs of              ‫ػبٌُ عىبْ / ػبٌُ ثزمبٌ١ذ ٚ ػبداد‬
                         people                                                                     ‫إٌبط‬
extensive                large in size, amount or degree                                           ُ‫ِىضف / ظخ‬

extravagant              exceeding what is reasonable                                     ‫صائذ ػٓ اٌؾذ / ثبرؿ / ِزشف‬

frail                    weak and delicate                                               ٗ‫ظؼ١ف / ٘ض٠ً / ٚا٘ٓ / صؾز‬
                                                                                                 ‫ِزذ٘ٛسح‬
humanitarian             seeking to promote human welfare                                              ٟٔ‫أغب‬

impulse                  a sudden strong and unreflective urge to act                          ‫سغجخ / ؽؼٛس ثبٌؾبعخ‬

in leaps and bounds      rapidly, swiftly                                                             ‫ثغشػخ‬

incapable                not able to do something                                                     ‫غ١ش وفؤ‬

inevitable               certain to happen, unavoidable                                            ٗ‫ال ٠ّىٓ رغٕج‬
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legislation              laws, considered collectively                                   ‫لٛأ١ٓ / أؽىبَ / ٘١ئخ ؽشػ١خ‬

liberty                  the state of being free                                                        ‫ؽش٠خ‬

minority                 the smaller number or part                                                    ‫األلٍ١خ‬

over a barrel            in a helpless position                                                   ‫فٟ ِٛلف صؼت‬

over the hill            old and past one’s prime                                       ‫وج١ش / غبػٓ فٟ اٌغٓ / فٟ اخش‬
                                                                                                   ِٗ‫ا٠ب‬
over the top             to an excessive or exaggerated degree                                      ‫صائذ ػٓ اٌؾذ‬

overview                 a general review or summary                                              ‫ِشاعؼخ / ٍِخص‬

suffrage                 the right to vote in political elections                                   ‫ؽك اٌزصٛ٠ذ‬

tide someone over        help out, assist, aid                                                  ‫٠غبػذ / ٠ذػُ / ٠غبٔذ‬

tolerance                the ability to accept something that does not                                 ‫رغبِؼ‬
                         necessarily agree with
underprivileged          deprived of many of the rights and privileges                 ‫ِؾشَٚ / ال ٠زّزغ ثبٌخذِبد اٌالصِخ‬

universal                applicable to all cases                                                       ٌّٟ‫ػب‬

value                    a person’s principles or standards of behavior                        ّٓ‫٠م١ُ / ٠ضّٓ / ل١ّخ /ص‬


Key- words ( Workbook ):
aftermath          the consequences of an event, especially a disastrous                          ‫اٌؼٛالت / إٌزبئظ‬
                   one
deploy                   to put something to use                                                ‫٠طجك / ٠شرت / ٠ٛظت‬

ethnicity                ethnic affiliation or distinctiveness                             ‫اٌؼشل١خ / اٌؼشق / اٌغٕظ‬

hardship                 difficulty or suffering                                               ‫صؼٛثخ / ِؼبٔبح / ِىبثذح‬

voluntary                done or given freely                                                         ٟ‫رطٛػ‬

vulnerable               suspectible to physical or emotional attack or harm             / ‫ظؼ١ف / ال ٠غزط١غ اٌّمبِٚخ‬
                                                                                                     ‫ِؾزبط‬
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                             Unit ( 3 ) Human Values – ‫اٌٛؽذح اٌضبٌضخ – ل١ُ أغبٔ١خ‬
                                           Vocabulary Exercises
A) Choose the most suitable word from a, b, c, and d:
1- Many charity associations will launch a humanitarian………………… that will be concerned with
hunger, poverty and disease in underprivileged areas.

a. leaps          b. bound                c. appeal             d. sacrifice

2- A campaign to clean the beach and reduce littering activities was announced yesterday at Marina Beach,
Salmiya . “We should act now before we are…………………………”, the organizing committee
announced.

a. over a hill        b. over a barrel           c. over the top       d. overview

3- We really appreciate the ………………………the government make to national projects, but more effort
should be exerted.

a. commitment         b. suffrage               c. abuse              d. diversity

4- Tolerance, or the acceptance of people different from ourselves, is an important
human…………………….

a. minority           b. majority                c. attribute           d. value

5- Despite the apparent…………………. of cultures throughout the world, some ethnographers have set out
to establish a set of universal human values.

a. empathy            b. discrimination         c. diversity           d. liberty

B ) Fill in the spaces with words from the list below:

{ discrimination / compassion / incapable /cry over spilt milk / over the hill }

1- Until recent years, most countries would not even allow women to vote, but such blatant
………………………….. is now disappearing.

2- He didn’t get the results he wanted, but we told him there was no use
to……………………………………….

3- Showing him a lot of ……………………………..was the strength point that made Ahmad able to face
his fatal injuries after the terrible accident he had had.
4- Huda loves Rap. She seems...................................of going past a music shop without going in and buying
a new CD!

5- Although some people thought he was......................................., he told us he felt as energetic as when he
had been a young man.

C ) Choose the correct definition from a, b, c, and d:

1- Samira always behaves compassionately. She needs to be more rational.
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    a.   seriously
    b.   sympathetically
    c.   strongly
    d.   d. aggressively

2- Women in Britain were first enfranchised in 1918. Women in Kuwait finally got their right of
enfranchisement in 2000.

    a.   the right to speak out and express your ideas
    b.   the right to learn
    c.   the right to vote
    d.   the right to live and work


3- Marlin ordered half of her fortune to go to her sons and daughters and the other half for charitable
issues.

    a.   relating to the assistance of those in need
    b.   extremely serious or urgent
    c.   to regret something after it is too late
    d.   an engagement or obligation that restricts freedom of action


4- Over 3 million people in the most dire conditions need urgent help in Haiti.

    a.   to give for a good cause
    b.   weak and delicate
    c.   seeking to promote human welfare
    d.   extremely serious or urgent


                                                 Structures: ‫اٌمٛاػذ‬

                                     Conditional Sentences ( If- sentences )


                                          1- Simple present ======= will
e.g: If you Study hard , you will succeed


                                        2- Simple past         ======= would
e.g : If you studied hard , you would succeed


                               3- Past perfect        ======= would have + verb (3)
e.g : If you had studied hard , you would have succeeded .
A - Now do as shown between brackets:
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1) If you always turn off lights,........................................................................
………………………………………………………………………..                                                                     (complete )
2) If we run out of fossil fuel, we ( lose )................................... our technology.

3) If you helped me, I (be) ..........................................................very grateful .

4) If she had found a job she ( feel ) ................................................... happier .

5) If she studied her lessons well, ……………………………………………..

……………………………………………………………………………( Complete)



6) If I knew his address, I would invite him to my birthday Party.
If I had known his address, I………………………………………………….

……………………………………………………………………………( Complete)

7 ) What would you do if you ( be ) ..........................................in my situation?
……………………………………………………………………………( Correct )


8) If he had slipped down, he ( die ) ................................
……………………………………………………………………………( Complete)

Conditional Sentences (Type 1)
Correct the verbs between brackets :
1- a) Hind (not help) you if you don’t help me.                                   ……….........................
   b) So what . I don't need her help .

2- a) Please phone me when you reach home .                             ……….........................
   b) I (not phone) you if I’m late.

3- a) Unless she comes on time , she (miss) the bus.………..........................
   b) She always misses it .

4- a) Will you go out tonight ?                                                   ……….........................
   b) If it doesn’t rain , we (not stay) at home.


Conditional Sentence (Type 2)
Correct the verbs between brackets :
1- a) What is your advice to me ?                                                 ……….........................
   b) If I were in your shoes , I (buy) a new car.

2- a) You won't tell anybody , will you ?                                         ……….........................
   b) If Ahmed asked me , I (tell) him the truth .

3- a) I ( be ) angry with Nadir if he didn’t lend me the money.
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  b) Don't worry . He won't let you down .                   ………………………..

4- a) What are you going to do with that problem ? .....................................

  b) If I had friends , they (support) me solve it.

Conditional Sentence (Type 3)
Correct the verbs between brackets :
1- a) I'm too tired . I've been painting my room since the morning .
   b) If you (ask) me , I’d have helped you . ………………………………….
2- a) Ahmed was an hour late to work .                ………………………………….
   b) He (come) on time if he had been able to .

3- a) If I (have) money , I’d have bought this Rolls Roice .
   b) Dreams are free .                               …………………………………..

4- a) Had Maha worked hard , she (succeed).………………………………….
   b) But she is too lazy .
                                           Structures: ‫اٌمٛاػذ‬
A - Do as shown between brackets:
1- We went out for a walk although it was raining heavily. { Use : in spite of }
…………………………………………………………………………………………
2-The baby was very sick , but he slept well. { Use : although }
…………………………………………………………………………………………


3- Although it was raining , the children went to play a match. { Use: despite }
…………………………………………………………………………………………
4- John Baird was a Scottish engineer. He invented the first television. ( Join with "who" ).
…………………………………………………………………………………………
5- Johannesburg is our town. we live there. ( Join with "which" )
…………………………………………………………………………………………



B- From a, b , c or do choose the right word :
1 ) A : Can you remember the shop---------------------- I bought my computer? .
    B : Sure , it is at Fahd al Salem street .
   a) when                 b) where            c) which                 d) whose
2 ) A : Do you know the man----------------------- helped you ?
     B :Yes , He is my father's friend
    a) who                  b) which             c) whose                d) whom
3)A : This child looks sad
    B : This is the child----------------------father was murdered .
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  a) who                   b) whose             c) whom              d)which
4 ) A : Why do you go to the National Museum ?
    B : Because it is the proper place ------------------- we can learn about the history of
        our country.
     a ) who              b ) which             c ) where           d ) whose
5 ) A : We must keep rare animals in a zoo -------------------- survival is ensured.
    B : Really, it is a good idea. We have to make them survive.
    a ) when              b ) why               c ) where          d ) whose
6 ) A : Do you know the girl over there ?
    B : You mean the one ---------------------- hair is black?
    a ) who               b ) which             c ) whose           d ) where


C: Correct the verbs between brackets:
1- Huda ( study ) law and history this year. ……………………………………….
2- Huda ( study ) law and history for four years. …………………………………
3- Sara ( write ) two poems this morning . …………………………………………
4- Sara ( write ) two poems all morning. …………………………………………..
                                      Unit ( 1 ) The Law : ْٛٔ‫اٌٛؽذح االٌٚٝ – اٌمب‬
                                          Set-book Questions:‫أعئٍخ اٌىزبة‬
1- Who makes the laws in most societies?
They are issued by the ministry of justice
2- What is the main purpose of sending people to prison: to punish them, or to protect society?
Both, because there are some criminals who should be punished and others should be arrested to protect the
society from their crimes.
3- Who appoints judges in the regular courts of ?Kuwait?
The Emir in consultation with the Justice Ministry.
4- Do you think people should solve minor issues in court? Why or why not?
Yes, because these minor issues sometimes clog up the courts and prevent prosecutions against real
criminals.
5- Which , if either, do you think is more important: ensuring everyone has equal rights or prosecuting
violent and dangerous criminals?
Both are of equal importance because we cannot ensure everyone’s rights unless we prosecute violent
criminals.
6- Give one example on traditional crimes and another on new crimes.
Traditional = theft . murder
New crimes : Computer crimes, Internet fraud
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7- Why do criminals use the Internet to communicate with each other?
a. Because it is safer for them as they can hide their real identities easily
b. Because it is faster, cheaper and difficult to detect.
8- Computer crimes are often more difficult to solve than traditional crimes
because…………………………….
the criminals are invisible and their actions may be impossible to prove.
9- Techno-criminals can deceive others in many ways such as………………..
a. They may order goods and services without paying.
b. They may break into computer systems of others.
c. They move money to their own accounts.
d. They may send viruses and cause a great damage.


10- Why is computer crime on the increase?
Because it is an easier, faster and cheaper means of crime.
Because it is difficult to detect and impossible to prove.
11- What laws do you think should be enforced to fight techno-crimes?
More actions of censorship and recording all mailing and chatting programmes as well as enforcing a law to
punish techno-criminals overseas.
B- Tick ( √ ) or ( X ) and justify your answers:
1- In most legal systems, a person is considered guilty until proven innocent.
(         X             )
a person is considered innocent until proven guilty.
 2- Hammurabi’s code consisted of 271 laws. (                                     )
..........................................................................................................................
3- The police and judges make laws. (                            X         )
The Ministry of Justice and judges make laws and the police is responsible for applying the law.
4- the jury are usually consisted of police officers. (                                    X             )

The jury are usually consisted of judges.
                                   Unit ( 2 ) Migration : ‫اٌٛؽذحاٌضبٔ١خ - اٌٙغشح‬
                                             Set-books: ‫أعئٍخ اٌىزبة‬
Answer the following questions :
1-Why do people leave their home countries?
to find a better job
to escape natural threats such as earthquakes and floods
2- Kuwait has always provided a good home for skilled workers by…………….
providing many jobs
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providing a successful business atmosphere
providing a lot of freedom
3- What are the advantages and disadvantages of migration?
a. advantages………to earn living / escape dangers and threats / find a better
chance………………………………………………………………..
b. disadvantages…………living in misery / facing some troubles in cooping with new people / inexperience
in the surrounding place, etc..………………………………………………………….
4- Some natural threats sometimes drive people away from their home countries. Give two examples
a. earthquakes
b. floods
5- What do you think are the advantages of moving abroad?
a. finding a better job
b. earning living
6- Why do some animals migrate northwards in summer and southwards in winter?
a. They seek cold in summer and heat in winter
b. They seek longer summer days which means a plenty of food
7- How do animals know where to go when they migrate?
a. Some say that animals have a “compass” in their heads
b. others say that animals may use the sun and stars
Are the following statements True ( √ ) or False ( X ) ? Justify your answers:
1- Migrating animals do not return to their original homes. (        X       )
They know where to go and to return back to the same place


2- Most animals migrate to escape from their enemy. (           X        )
Most animals migrate to fid shelter and food


3- Many animals migrate to the south in the summer. (           X        )
They migrate to the north to seek colder weather
4- Some natural threats such as earthquakes and floods drive people to migrate. (              √   )
5- Migrating to another country always brings positive outcomes. (           X       )
Migrating to another country sometimes may bring misfortune.
                             Unit ( 3 ) Human Values – ‫اٌٛؽذح اٌضبٌضخ – ل١ُ أغبٔ١خ‬
                                            Set-books : ‫أعئٍخ اٌىزبة‬
1- What do you understand by the term human values? Give examples
They are all the good values that are believed good in almost all cultures from the simplest to the most
complex.
e.g: compassion, freedom, tolerance
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2- Do you agree that most human values are universal? How?
Yes, because all these values are good and to the welfare of humanity.

3- What does the term freedom imply?
Freedom does not mean simply acting as one wishes all the time, it is a balance between the individual
freedom and the needs of society as a whole.

4- What can we do to protect the natural world around us?
a. We must stop polluting the air
b. We must stop cutting trees and killing wild animals

5- Think of some humanitarian actions you can do to save the lives of hungry children around the world.
a. We can launch a campaign of donations
b. We can take part in raising the awareness of people about hungry children

6- Every five minutes a child dies in the world from lack of nutrition. What can we do to help those
children?
We can arrange campaigns of donation
We can arrange art shows at school about that subject

7- What are the aims of the Red Crescent Society?
to reach vulnerable people regardless of their nationality, gender, ethnicity, race, colour or beliefs.

8- Does the Kuwait Red Crescent Society work inside or outside Kuwait?
It works in both inside and outside Kuwait

9- What is the mission of the Kuwait Red Crescent Society KRCS?
To protect and assist people in hardship

                                        READING COMPREHENSION

Read the following passage then answer the questions below:
    Although Grants Oregon is a fairly small city, it offers much fun and entertainment to visitors. Water
sports are by far the main attraction. Visitors can go down the river by boat. They can go swimming in the
river too. Fishing in the place is also a popular activity. Most people who don’t like water sports can go
hunting for wild berries that grow along the road sides. Campers will find lovely camp-grounds that are
clean. There are several nice hotels.
      Tourists can also browse through a number of interesting shops in the city, such as antique stores. One
store to visit is the shop that sells little wooden animals and other materials. One fun activity is shopping at
the open market where people sell vegetables from their own gardens.
       Grants Oregon has a lot of places to eat from, ranging from low-priced to expensive and lovely
restaurants. Some of these restaurants offer good food and good views. As you can see, Grants Oregon
offers a lot to do in the summer. If you want to give your family a nice holiday, try visiting this city.

A). From a , b ,c and d choose the best answer :
1. The above text talks about..........................
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 a. a big tourist city.                      b. a small tourist city.
 c. water sports.                           d. shopping and markets.
2. The main attraction of Grants Oregon is………………..
 a. The lovely people.                       b. The water sports.
 c. The sea foods.                           d. The good restaurants.
B). Tick (  ) for the true statement and ( X ) for the false one:
3. People in Grants Oregon can go down the river for swimming and fishing.                                                          (   )
4. Grants Oregon doesn’t have hotels because it is a small city.      (                                                        )

C). Answer the following questions:
5. What time of the year do you think is the best to visit Grants Oregon?
.............................................................................................................................
6. Why do people love to visit Grants Oregon?
    .............................................................................................................................
D ) In reference to the passage , complete the sentences:
7- If you want to enjoy a meal with your family in Grants Oregon,
.............................................................................................................................
8- Campers can enjoy their time in Grants Oregon because ,
.............................................................................................................................

                                           Summary Making
Read the following passage , then summarize according to the question below :
Plants make the world a pleasant place to live in. Planting trees in the streets of town and cities provides
them with the green colour. Trees make streets comfortable places and make us feel at ease enjoying
everything around us.

Trees provide us with shade in the summer when the sun is hot. They prevent fog in winter. Trees also
shelter us in summer from hot rays of the sun and are a source of relief .

On the other hand, the green leaves help to keep the air pure and healthy. Plants are the Oxygen-making
factories as they absorb Carbon Dioxide and release Oxygen which is necessary for us to breath.

Hence, they reduce the amount of pollution from the environment. So we should have a sense of
responsibility towards trees. Thus when you plant a tree, you are helping your environment and your city.
But can you imagine a city without trees.



  In four sentences of your own write the advantages of planting trees in big cities

…………………………………………………………………………………………
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                                                    Translation
A) Translate the following into Arabic:
 Kuwaiti laws are made to protect the individual rights of the people living there. Kuwait has a well-
structures and clearly defined judiciary, composed of summary, military, and religious courts.

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

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People are pushed to leave their homeland due to many causes. They may migrate because of natural
disasters that strike their regions such as draught, earthquakes, floods or tornadoes. Sometimes they migrate
due to civil wars or to find better job opportunities.

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

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B ) Translate the following into English:

   ‫٠ؼزمذ اٌىض١ش ِٓ إٌبط أْ إٌّبصػبد اٌصغ١شح ٠غت أْ رؾً خبسط اٌّؾىّخ ألٔٙب رؼطً ػًّ اٌّؾىّخ ٚ رٍٟٙ اٌمعبح‬
                                                                       .‫ػٓ اٌم١بَ ثٛاعجُٙ رغبٖ اٌمعب٠ب اٌىج١شح اٌّّٙخ‬

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 ‫٠غبدس إٌبط ثالدُ٘ العجبة ػذ٠ذح فُٙ سثّب ٠ٙبعشْٚ اٌٝ دٚي اخشٜ ٘شثب ِٓ اٌىٛاسس اٌطج١ؼ١خ وبٌضالصي ٚ اٌف١عبٔبد‬
                                                  ‫ٚ اٌطٛفبْ أٚ ثغجت اٌؾشٚة أٚ ثغجت اٌجؾش ػٓ فشصخ ػًّ أفعً.‬

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   ‫اٌزغبِؼ ، أٚ لجٛي اٌشأٞ ا٢خش أٚ االػزمبد ا٢خش ، ٘ٛ ل١ّخ أغبٔ١خ ٔج١ٍخ . ٌمذ لبِذ اٌؼذ٠ذ ِٓ اٌذٚي ثغٓ رؾش٠ؼبد‬
                                                  ‫ٌؾّب٠خ االلٍ١بد ف١ٙب ِٓ اٌزّ١١ض ٚ اٌىٛ٠ذ ِٓ اٌذٚي اٌغجبلخ فٟ رٌه.‬

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