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اسئلة الانقلش نجم 101 eng 101 طلاب الجامعة السعودية الالكترونية
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English Quiz Review Sheet_Based on Lessons 1-12_November 2015
GRAMMAR (5 points)
I. English part of Speech
8 parts of speech function or what it does (job) Example words Example sentences
action or state (to) be, have, do, like, work, sing, can, must Easypacelearning.com is a web site for learning English. I like easypacelearning.com.
is a thing or person pen, dog, work, music, town, London, teacher, John This is my cat. He lives in my flat. We live in Manchester.
describes a noun a/an, the, 3, some, good, big, red, well, interesting I have three dogs. My dogs are small. I like small dogs.
describes a verb quickly, silently, well, badly, very, really My cat eats quickly. When she is very hungry, she eats very quickly.
replaces a noun I, you, he, she, some Sarah is English. She is from England.
links a noun to another word to, at, after, on, but We went shopping on Saturday.
joins clauses or sentences or words and, but, when 1. I like dogs and I like cats.
2. I like cats and dogs.
3. I like dogs but I do not like cats.
II. Simple present and past tense
a. Simple Present--We form the present tense using the base form of the infinitive.
In general, in the third person we add 'S'.
Subject Verb The Rest of the sentence
I / you / we / they speak / learn English at home
he / she / it speaks / learns English at home
Spelling of Simple Present Tense verbs
The spelling for the verb in the third person differs depending on the ending of that verb:
1. For verbs that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES in the third person.
• go – goes
• catch – catches
• wash – washes
• kiss – kisses
• fix – fixes
• buzz – buzzes
2. For verbs that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add -IES.
• marry – marries
• study – studies
• carry – carries
• worry – worries
NOTE: For verbs that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S.
• play – plays
• enjoy – enjoys
• say – says
b. Simple Past
Past Tense Regular Verbs
To change a regular verb into its past tense form, we normally add –ED to the end of the verb.
• play – played
• cook – cooked
• rain – rained
• wait – waited
Examples of sentences using regular verbs in the past tense
• Last night I played my guitar loudly and the neighbors complained.
• She kissed me on the cheek.
• It rained yesterday.
• Angela watched TV all night.
• John wanted to go to the museum.
Irregular Verbs in the Past Tense
Irregular verbs are ONLY irregular in affirmative/positive sentences.
For example: The past tense of GO is WENT.
Since it does not end in “ed”, it is considered irregular.
The word went is used for all subjects – I, you, we, they, he, she, it.
• I went to the beach
• He went to the park.
• She went to the zoo.
• They went to the library.
BUT, as we mentioned before, it is only in its irregular form (went) in sentences that are affirmative/positive.
Compare the following using GO in the past tense.
• They went to the beach
• They didn't go to the beach --Didn't shows that the sentence is in the past tense.
• Did they go to the beach? -- Did shows that the sentence is in the past tense.
Another example with an irregular verb.
The past of EAT is ATE.
• You ate my cake.
• You didn't eat my cake.
• Did you eat my cake?
III- Comparatives and superlatives
1. We use comparatives to compare two things or two people. (e.g., She is taller than her husband.)
2. Superlatives are used, however, to compare to show the difference between more than two things or more than two people (e.g., Paris is the biggest city in France).
3. To form comparatives and superlatives you need to know the number of syllables in the adjective. Syllables are like "sound beats".
• "find" contains one syllable,
• "finding" contains two — find and ing.
The rules to form comparatives and superlatives:
1. One syllable adjective ending in a silent 'e' — nice
• Comparative — add 'r' — nicer
• Superlative — add 'st' — nicest
2. One syllable adjective ending in one vowel and one consonant — big
• Comparative — the consonant is doubled and 'er' is added —bigger
• Superlative — the consonant is doubled and 'est' is added—biggest
3. One syllable adjective ending in more than one consonant or more than a vowel — high, cheap
• Comparative — 'er' is added — higher, cheaper
• Superlative — 'est is added — highest, cheapest
4. A two syllable adjective ending in 'y' — happy
• Comparative — 'y' becomes 'i' and 'er' is added — happier
• Superlative — 'y' becomes 'i' and 'est' is added — happiest
5. Tow syllable or more adjectives without 'y' at the end — beautiful
• Comparative — more + the adjective + than — more beautiful than
• Superlative — the more + the adjective — the most beautiful
• The Nile River is longer and more famous than the Thames.
• Egypt is much hotter than Sweden.
• Everest is the highest mountain in the world.
• This is one of the most exciting films I have ever seen.
VOCABULARY (5 points)
Questions will be multiple choice and matching.
Example: My father works on a _____________. He grows crops and raises animals there.
a- talk show
Following is a list of some of the vocabulary that may be on the quiz. Study tip: Be familiar with the main differences between the vocabulary words in Lessons 1-12. Study the basic meaning of the word and its part of speech.
Successful (adj.): Did a very good job, hardworking, accomplished
Respect (verb): To show that you like or understand another
Critical (adj): Saying and thinking bad things about, being negative
Influential: able to change other people’s ideas and thoughts
Culture: Ideas people have in a country (including religion, food, and how people dress)
Reporter: journalist, person delivering news, interviews others
Talk show: interviews on tv
Farm: place with crops and animals
Scholarship: a payment for education (tuition)
Billionaire: very rich person, has over a million dollars
Award: prize, trophy, medal
Corporation: a large company
Courage: bravery, being a hero
Design: make/match, artists, create pattern
Manage: order, be in charge
Universal: something true for people all over the world
Expert: specialist; knows one topic really well
Degree: a certificate showing educational completion
High tech: Uses the newest technology
Goods: Items/things to buy or sell
Categories: Groups of similar things
READING (5 points)
The Blue Whale
The blue whale is the largest living animal to have ever lived on the planet Earth. Blue Whales are much larger than the largest dinosaur that ever lived. The largest blue whales can grow as large as 100 feet long, which is longer than three school buses put together!
Even though blue whales are huge, they eat tiny creatures known as krill. Krill are tiny shrimp-like animals. The whale simply opens its mouth, fills it with krill and salt water, and filters the water out of plates in its mouth called baleen. The blue whale may eat over 8,000 pounds of krill in a single day!
1) The Blue Whale is ______________.
a. Larger than any animal that has ever lived on Earth.
b. Large, but smaller than a school bus
c. Large, but smaller than some dinosaurs
2) Which is NOT true?
a. A blue whale is larger than the largest dinosaurs
b. The blue whale is smaller than some elephants
c. A blue whale can eat over 8,000 pounds of krill in a day
3) A blue whale eats...
a. Small creatures called krill
b. Big fish
4) What happens to the salt water that the blue whale gulps?
a. It swallows the water
b. It turns it to fresh water
c. It filters the water out
Listening (5 points)
1) The young man says he needs a new phone because __________.
a. His parents took his last one.
b. Someone stole his last one.
c. His phone is an older model.
2) How many phones does the young man already have?
3) What do the parents want their son to do to get a phone?
a. Take out money from his bank account.
b. Find a job and work to earn money.
c. Ask his brother if he can
الموضوع الأصلي: اسئلة الانقلش نجم 101 eng 101 طلاب الجامعة السعودية الالكترونية || الكاتب: أم عبدالرحمن || المصدر: منتديات طلاب وطالبات السعودية
المصدر: منتديات طلاب وطالبات السعودية
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