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Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria
Ministry of Education
Level: 03 AM
First Term English Examination
Text: Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens was born in 1812. Very early, he loved reading a lot, walking and going to the theatre. His father was very nice but he had problems with money. So in 1824, Charles had to stop going to school, and he worked in a factory for three months. But soon, his father's situation became better and Charles went back to school. He wrote twenty famous books such as : David Copperfield and Oliver Twist. He died in 1870.
PART ONE: ( 14 pts )
Section One: Reading Comprehension ( 07 pts )
A ) Read the text and answer the questions ( 03 Pts)
1- When did Charles stop going to school ?
2- Did he go back to school ?
3- How many books did he write ?
B ) Are these statements true or false ? Correct the wrong ones. ( 02 pts )
1- Charles liked reading books . 3- He never stopped his studies.
2- He wrote hundreds of books. 4- He still lives in England.
C ) Lexis : 1- Find in the text words that are closest in the meaning to : ( 02 pts )
returned = …………….. liked = ………………….
2- Find in the text words that are opposite in the meaning to :
hated ≠ ……………… worse ≠ ………………
Section Two: Mastery of Language ( 07 Pts )
A ) Cross the odd one out. ( 02 pts )
1- cinema – school – theatre – visit
2- worked – stopped – seen – finished
3- take – always – never – sometimes
4- year – month – good – day
B ) Supply the past participle . ( 02 pts )
C ) Write the correct the forms of the verbs in brackets. ( 03 pts )
1- Mrs Wilson is going to read a book ( to write ) by Dickens.
2- We like ( to come ) early.
3- I never ( to go ) to the theatre.
PART TWO: Integration Phase (written expression) ( 06 Pts )
Use the following information to write a biography about Leonardo Fibonacci
· Born in 1180.
· Introduce Arabic Numerals to Western Europe.
· Study in Bejaia.
· Publish a book of maths.
· Die in 1250.
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