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السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته


قطع الفهم traveller 2



One morning a man was crossing a narrow bridge when he saw a fisherman on the shady bank of the river exactly under him. He stopped to watch him quietly.
After a few minutes, the fisherman caught a big fat fish. He took it off the hook and threw it back into the water. Then he started to fish again. A few more minutes passed and he caught another big fat fish that he threw it back again into the water. He kept on doing so for five times until he caught a small fish that he put in his basket and started back home. The man on the bridge was very surprised and couldn't stop himself from going down the bridge to ask the fisherman. "Why did you throw all those beautiful big fish back into the water and kept only that small one?" The fisherman took out a frying pan from the basket and said," I needed a small fish that fits my small frying pan".

A.Answer these questions:

1. Why did the first man stop on the bridge? __________________________________________________ __
1.Why was he surprised?
__________________________________________________ ____
1.Which fish did the fisherman keep?
__________________________________________________ ____
1.Why was he looking for a small fish?
__________________________________________________ ____
1.What do you think of that fisherman?
__________________________________________________ ____
B. Give the opposite for:
1. narrow [ ________________ 2. beautiful [ __________
1. narrow [ ________________ 2. beautiful [ __________
C. From the story, find words that mean:
1.A pathway over a river: ___________________
2.just right: _________________
3.become the same size: ________________
4.having shade: ______________
5.amazed: _________________


1. Read the passage and then answer the questions:

A potato farmer was sent to prison just at the time when he should have been digging the earth of his field for planting the new crop of potatoes. He was sure that his wife wouldn't be able to do the digging job because she wasn't strong enough. Moreover, he had no friends nor neighbors willing to help her. He wrote a letter to his wife telling her, " Please don't dig the potato field where I had hid the money".
Ten days later, he received a letter from his wife. It said, I think somebody of you guards has read your letter because a group of soldiers came here and dug up the whole potato field looking for the money. What shall I do now?" The prisoner wrote back to her," I think you should start planting the potatoes immediately".
A.Answer these questions:

1.Why was it a very bad time for the farmer to go to prison? __________________________________________________ __
2.Why couldn't his wife do the digging?
__________________________________________________ ____
1.What did he ask his wife not to do?
__________________________________________________ ____
4. Who dug the potato field? Why?
__________________________________________________ ____

5. What do you think of the prisoner?
__________________________________________________ ____

B. From the story, find words that mean:
1.At once: ___________________
2.a patch of land for growing: _________________
3.people living next door: ________________
4.people who keep security: ______________
5.to keep something out of sight: _____________




I. Read the story and answer the questions:
A dog was very hungry one day. He saw a piece of meat in a butcher’s shop window. He waited till the butcher turned his back and stole the meat. The dog ran home with the meat in his mouth. As he was crossing a stream, the dog looked down into the water. He was surprised to see another dog with a larger piece of meat. He didn’t know that still water can act like a mirror. He decided to take both pieces of meat. When he tried to get the other piece of meat that he saw with the other dog, he opened his mouth to snatch it, and his piece of meat fell into the river and disappeared
1.What did the dog steal? _____________________________________
2.Who did he steal it from? ____________________________________
3.What did he see in the water? ________________________________
4.What can still water act like? _________________________________
5.What did the dog decide? ____________________________________
6.What did the dog lose? ______________________________________
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Throughout history, the search for salt has played an important role in society. Where there was no salt near, it was brought from distant places. Thus, salt became one of the most important factors of early trade. In areas of scarcity, salt was traded ounce for ounce of gold. Rome’s major trade way was called the “via Salarium”, that is, the Salt Road/ Route. Along that road, Roman soldiers transported salt crystals and received a “salarium” or salary, which was money paid to soldiers to buy salt in return. The caravan trade of the Sahara was also primarily an exchange of goods for salt. Slaves were often purchased with salt. Government of Middle ages levied taxes on the purchase of salt. Eating salt with another person was an act of friendship. People’s social rank was demonstrated by where they sat at the dining table, above or below the salt.

1) What does this passage mainly discuss?
.................................................. .................................................. ....
2) What Why did salt become an important factor in trade?
.................................................. .................................................. ....
3) What was Rome’s major trade way called?
.................................................. .................................................. ....
4) What could be bought with salt?
.................................................. .................................................. ....
5) Complete:
•· The rate of exchange for salt and gold was ........... for .............
•· The Latin word “Salarium” means ..............................
•· The Roman soldiers transported .....................
•· Middle Ages governments levied .................. on the .................. of ..................
•· It showed close friendship to ........................ with ..................







Read the following passage:
Every city plans for its development, but development often changes clean air to polluted , smoggy air that is unhealthy to breathe. Air pollution is caused by cars and by factories sending out smoke. People do not notice that there is too much pollution in the cities, above the oceans or in a place where the winds blow the pollution away quickly. However, they really notice it in cities where the air stays trapped between hills or mountains. Air pollution is not the only problem in industrialized areas . Factories also dump chemicals into rivers and oceans. Sometimes these chemicals are toxic and cause the death of fish and other water life forms. Toxic chemicals from factories also pollute the earth. Sometimes people put chemicals in metal barrels outside a factory . In time , the chemicals eat through the metal and begin to leak into the ground . They give off dangerous fumes , and people who live near the barrels sometimes feel dizzy. People living near these toxic chemicals may get cancer more often than other people.
Many people today don't want to live in developed areas . They want to live where the air , water, and earth are clean and pure. The only problem is that places like this are becoming harder and harder to find.
A. Answer the following questions in complete answers:
1. What causes air pollution ?
__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ____________________________
2. Is pollution in cities between hills & mountains noticeable ?


3. Where do people prefer to live today?
__________________________________________________ ______________
B. Write if the following statements are True or False:
1. Toxic chemicals can cause death. ( )
2. Pollution is a serious problem. ( )
3. Cities near oceans are not as polluted as some other cities.( )
4. Factories sometimes put chemicals in rivers, oceans , or woods. ( )
C. Choose the correct completion:
1. Some chemicals are -------------------------
a- deadly b- underground c- pure
2. Industrialized areas are ------------------------------------
a- isolated b- manufacturing c- inhabited
Reading Comprehension
Read the following passage:
People are not so honest as they once were. The temptation to steal has become greater than it had been ever before-especially in large shops. A detective recently watched a well–dressed woman who always went into a large store on Monday mornings. One Monday, there were fewer people in the shop than usual when the woman came in, so it was easier for the detective to watch her. The woman first bought a few small articles. After a little time, she chose one of the most expensive dresses in the shop and handed it to an assistant who wrapped it up for her as quickly as possible. Then the woman simply took the parcel and walked out of the shop without paying. When she was arrested, the detective found out that the shop–assistant was her daughter. The girl gave her mother a free dress once a week.
A. Answer the questions:
1.Who did the detective watch one Monday?
__________________________________________________ _______
1.What did the woman buy ?
__________________________________________________ _______
1.Who was the assistant ?
__________________________________________________ _______
B. Tick the Correct Completion:
1- The detective could easily watch the woman as …
a- He liked the woman’s being well–dressed
b- The shop wasn’t so crowded as usual
c- She paid for the articles she had bought
2- The shop assistant was involved in the crime as …
a- She helped her mother by giving her a free dress
b- She informed the detective about the mother
c- She never paid for what she bought
3- To arrest is to …
a- Set the innocent free
b- Capture a criminal
c- Forgive the mistaken
4- To be an honest person is to …
a- Keep on stealing
b- Arrest the dishonest ones
c- Refrain the mistaken
5- Temptation means …
a- Cooperation
b- Celebration


Read the following passage:
Carol is not good at all in the cooking affairs. She always uses a cookbook when she makes any kind of food. However, she has never made a single tasty cook. Her family always makes fun of her when they have the first bite of anything she cooks. Yesterday, Carol baked a strawberry cake, but she didn't follow the instructions in her cookbook as usual. Besides, she didn't have enough of the ingredients. She used less flour and fewer eggs than the recipe required. She also used less butter, fewer strawberries and less sugar than she was supposed to. As a result, her strawberry cake was too terrible to be eaten, and her family did the usual things they do every time she cooks.
Answer the following questions:
1- What does Carol need when she makes a cook?
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2- Why does her family make fun of her?
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
3- Does she follow the instructions of the cookbook?
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4- Did her family eat the cake? Why?
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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5- Why, do you think, is Carol's cooking unsuccessful?
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Choose the right completion:
1- A single thing is ______
a. many b. not many c. just one
2- Any result has a ______
a. problem b. reason c. season
3- If something is required, it is ______
a. needed b. supposed c. dangerous
4- A terrible thing is ______
a. graceful b. awful c. wonderful

Read the following passage:
Last weekend, my family and I went to the zoo on a picnic. We had our lunch with us in a big basket. We went to the zoo in the morning. We wanted to spend the day there. When we went to the zoo, there were many families with their kids. I wanted to see the monkeys first but my sisters wanted to see the giraffe. So, I went with my dad to the monkeys' cage when my sisters went with mom to watch the giraffes with their long necks. After that, we all went to see the lion. The lion is the king of the jungle. My sisters were afraid of the lion but I wasn't. We then saw all the other animals like the bear, the deer, the tigers and the elephants. We ate our lunch at 2 o'clock. We played ball until half past four. Then, dad said that we had to go home to get ready for school the next day. We all went home happily.
Answer the following questions:
1. Where did you go with your family? __________________________________________________ ______
2. Who was afraid of the lion?
__________________________________________________ ______
Choose:
1. You had your lunch in a :
a. bag b. basket c. box.
2. You went to the zoo in:
a. the evening b. the afternoon c. the morning
Complete: 1. In the zoo, there were many kids with their ____________.
2. __________, _____________, and ____________ were animals at the zoo.
3. You went to the __________ cage with your _____________.
True or False:
1. The tiger is the king of the jungles. [ ]
3. You played ball for 4 hours. [ ]
4. You left the zoo in the afternoon. [ ]
Find the opposites from the passage: ( / 5 )
Small ----------
Sadly ----------
Without ----------
Before ----------



Read the passage that follows:
Doctors don’t always know what causes high blood pressure which is also called hypertension, but we do know a few things about this disease. For example, more men than women have it, and it usually begins in middle or old aged persons. It sometimes runs in families. Many people have high blood pressure without knowing it, because there are usually no clear symptoms. If you want to know whether you have high blood pressure, ask your doctor to check it with a blood pressure instrument.
If you have high blood pressure, what can you do about it? If you are heavy, losing weight will help. Some patient’s blood pressure goes down when theyreduce eating over salted food. Other people can improve by learning how to relax and by doing the right kind of exercise. Fortunately, it is possible to control high blood pressure today with proper medicine. If not controlled, high blood pressure can lead to serious problems, like heart disease.
A. Answer the following questions:
1- What is hypertension ? __________________________________________________ ____

2- Name four things a patient of high blood pressure should do?
* ____________________ *_______________________
* ____________________ * ______________________
B. Choose the correct completion:
1- It is not ________ for a person to discover he is suffering from hypertension.
a. important b. interested c. clear
2- ________ women than men suffer from high blood pressure.
a. More b. As many as c. Fewer Hypertension requires the patient to eat food with less________
a. sugar b. salt c. fresh juice
3- When you reduce something, you make it ________
a. better b. more c. less
4- Heart disease can be caused by ____________ .
a. hypertension b. relaxing c. diet
5- When you improve something, you make it ___________ .
a. worse b. ugly c. better
6- When a patient sees a doctor, the doctor usually asks him about ____.
a. the symptoms b. the treatment c. his family
7- The pronoun “ they” on line 10 refers to ______
a. doctors b. patients c. medicines
C. Tick ( ) or ( ) next to each statement:
1- Only oldpeople suffer from hypertension {
2- Hypertension is almost controlled with the proper medicine.{



Read the following passage:
Our town has a very big zoo with lots of different kinds of animals and birds. There are fierce animals, such as the tigers and lions which are kept in strong cages, because they are dangerous to people. They eat a lot of uncooked meat. Every one likes to watch the elephant walking proudly. It is the hugest animal on earth but it is tame and friendly. It eats 250 kg. of grass daily. The monkeys are my favorite animals, because they are the funniest and they make us laugh. They eat nuts and bananas. The guard always tells the visitors not to feed the animals. Because all the children enjoy watching the animals, our class is going to visit the zoo tomorrow.
A: Answer the following questions:
1- Name two fierce animals?
* _______________________ * _____________________
2- Which is the hugest animal on earth?
* _______________________________________________

B: Tick the correct completion for each sentence:
1- Tigers eat _________________ .
a- uncooked meat . b- plants and grass. c. fruit & vegetables
2- Monkeys are _________________ animals.
a- dangerous b- the funniest c. fierce and savage
3- To feed the animals means to _____________ .
a- give them food b- ride them. c. laugh at them
4- The elephant walks very ______________.
a- carelessly b. sadly c. proudly.

C: Put ( T ) or ( F ) next to the following sentences:
1- There is a big zoo in the town. ( )
2- The guard tells the animals to be quiet. ( )
3- Monkeys eat other animals. ( )
4- Children like to watch the animals. ( )








Read the passage that follows:
Prophet Ibrahim, the father of Prophets, was born in Iraq to a father who made a living by carpentry and by making idols for worship. As Ibrahim grew, he saw his father making images out of wood and stones. He made statues for their gods as well. One day Ibrahim asked his father why he worshipped gods that he himself had shaped telling him that a god could never be created. His father replied that he had seen his forefathers doing the same. Ibrahim decided to give his father and his people an evidence that those idols were powerless and could be of no use for the people who worshipped them.
On an occasion, when Ibrahim knew the people had gone out feasting and enjoying themselves at a fair, he found it a good opportunity to do what he planned to. He took an ax, went to the temple where the idols were, with their chief standing speechlessly in the middle. The Prophet began to smash the idols one after another until he destroyed them all except their chief god. The people turned furious at Ibrahim because someone had once heard him speaking terribly about them. When they questioned Ibrahim, he told them that it was their chief god who had ruined the other gods. He added they could ask the chief if he had the ability to speak and tell. They had a big fire made where Ibrahim was thrown into the leaping flames. Allah, the Al-Mighty commanded the fire to cool down in peace for his Prophet who was mercifully saved.
I. Answer the following questions:
1.How did Ibrahim's father make his living?
__________________________________________________ _____________

1.What was Ibrahim's punishment for destroying the idols?
__________________________________________________ _____________

II. Choose the correct completion:
1. Ibrahim's father worshipped idols because ___
a. he made them. b. they were powerless. c. his grandfathers did so.
2. An evidence is _____
a. a celebration b. a proof c. an ability
3. Ibrahim didn't smash the chief god in order to ______
a. go to the fair b. punish his people c. give his people an evidence
4. An opportunity is ___
a. exactly b. a chance c. an occasion
5. Them in the first paragraph refers to ______
a. people b. images c. idols
6. Ibrahim wasn't burned by the flames of fire because _____
a. Allah ordered the fire to cool down. b. he didn't destroy the idols.
c. he went to celebrate at the fair.
Read the passage that follows:
If you are traveling in a car that hits a camel, there is a big chance that you will be badly injured, or may be worse! A camel may weigh as much as a big car. If you hit it at high speed, it is like hitting another car. However, unlike a car, a camel has long legs which means that most of the animal's weight is high above the ground. This is what happens when a driver hits a camel stranded in the desert: The motorist knocks the camel's legs away. This throws the camel's body forwards. The heavy body bounces backward towards the driver and falls down onto the roof of the car where the driver is sitting beneath. Sometimes the camel's body removes the entire roof of the car. It would be a miracle if the lucky driver gets out safely from under that extremely heavy weight. If it is a lorry, the camel's body will crash through the windshield and kills the driver.
A. Answer the following questions:
1.What kind of accidents does the paragraph tell about?
__________________________________________________ _________________________________________

1.What happens when the camel's body bounces backward?
__________________________________________________ ________

B. Choose the correct completion:
1. A camel often crashes through the windshield of a ……..
a. small car b. lorry c. another camel
2. According to the passage, hitting a camel is like hitting
another car because a camel can be as …….…….. as a car
a. fast b. high c. heavy
3. The word injured on the second line means……..
a. hurt b. crashed c. insure
4. extremely heavy weight refers to ……..
a. the lorry b. driver c. the camel

C. Tick þ or ý:
1. Most of the animal's weight is high above the ground because of
the camel's long legs.
2. Most drivers who have car-camel accidents get out safely.





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