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    لغة انجلش 3 ث

    مُساهمة من طرف Admin في الأحد 03 مايو 2015, 9:40 am

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    Choose the correct answer.
    1. Millions of people watched the rocket ( start - launch - set off - beginning)on TV
    2. The medicine I'm taking is wonderful. It has no side ( results - damage - effects - problems)
    3. My brother and I are not twins, but we are very ( alike - same - like - correct)
    4. Coal and oil are two kinds of fossil ( petrol - gas - energy - fuels)
    5. Electricity is produced in a/an (bus- railway - power - energy)station.
    6. I expect( I'm going to see - I'll see - I'm seeing - is going to start)you at the weekend.
    7. The film ( starts - will start - started - l see)at 7.30 this evening.
    8. How( many - much - lots - different)times have you seen that film
    9. The distance from here to Cairo ( are - has been - is - is being)two kilometres
    10. In some places, wood( are burnt - burns - burnt - is burnt)to heat people's homes
    11- I'm sure you (enjoy – are enjoying – will enjoy – enjoyed) your holiday in Italy next month.
    12- My train (leaves – has left – will be left – is left) at 7.15. I must hurry.
    13- I have some plans for the weekend. I (paint – have painted – am going to paint – paints) my own room.
    14- Have you made any arrangements for next week? –Yes, I (am meeting – meet – have met – going to meet) a friend from France on Monday.
    15- By the age of 22, I expect I (am finishing – am going to finish – will finish – to finish) my university education.
    16- The news bulletin (is starting – starts – has started – would start) at 9.00 and ends at 9.45.
    17- Mathematics (are – have been – were – is) difficult to study.
    18- There (isn't – aren't – doesn't – hasn't) any sugar here. We need to get some.
    19- (Water – The water – A water – Waters) in this cup is not clean.
    20- Twenty litres of petrol (don't – isn't – doesn't – hasn't) fill my car.
    21- Ten million pounds (are – have – been – is) a lot of money.
    22- A lot of projects (carry – is carried – are carried – will carry) out by the government every year.
    23- Our post (has delivered – delivers – will deliver – is delivered) every morning at about 9 o'clock.
    24- I (am probably away – will probably be away – am probably going to be away – probably go away) for a week.
    25- My uncle has a (silly – stupid – dirty – smart) car. It has a lot of electronic devices.
    26- If something goes (left – right – wrong – away) with the engine, the computer in your car will help you.
    27- (On – In – At – With) this way, your car's engine problems will be solved.
    28- It (isn't – wasn't – hasn't – doesn't) matter how long you would like to stay here.
    29- You can find information about this (in – at – on – of) the internet.
    30- This smart car can help you to get to your (station – location – destination – installation) quickly.
    31- The television programme was about (generating – graduating – deviating – alleviating) energy from the sea.
    32- How many kilometres (are – has – is – will) it from school to your house?
    33- (Are – Were – Is – Has) a thousand pounds too much to spend on a holiday?
    34- How (long – few – much – many) people are there in a basketball team?
    35- How (little – few – much – many) luggage have you got? –Only this bag.
    36- We need more laws to stop people from (pollute – polluting – pollutes – pollution) the environment.
    37- This matter is (currency – current - currently – currents) being discussed.
    38- Her (mission – impression – pressure – feature) in life was to work with the homeless.
    39- There was a (leaf – brake – leak – leap) in the gas pipe.
    40- Politics (is – are – have – were) not one of his interests.
    41- I went to the garage because something had gone (right -wrong – missing – terrible) with the engine of my car.
    42- I'm not sure (why – when – how – what) the problem is, but I'm sure we can solve it.
    43- The mechanic (extracted – extended - examined – expanded) the engine and found what was wrong.
    44- Drivers are using sat-nav(orders–systems–web–organization) to tell them how to get to a destination.
    45- In the future, (Sociology – technology – biology – trilogy) will help drivers to solve engine problems
    46- This device can control (why – how – when – who) fast you can drive on the road.
    47- It didn't (flatter – glitter – matter – mutter) that our best player was injured after 10 minutes - we still won.
    48- This device will (induce-reduce-deduce-introduce) the number of road accidents and save thousands of lives every year.
    49- Could you send me the file I need as an e-mail (detachment – enrichment – attachment - development).
    50- You can find information about this (on – at – with – by) the internet.
    51. When I was at school I won a poetry writing ( race - article - competition - game)
    52. She sent me the report as an e-mail ( attachment - letter -picture – article)
    53. The little girl does not want to sing because she is ( innocent - secret - spy – shy)
    54. My favourite musical (player - instrument - tool - equipment)is the piano
    55. The cover of my book is made of (glass - rubber - cardboard - wood)
    56. We arrived half an hour late. The film(began - was beginning -had begun - has begun)half an hour earlier. 57. Agatha Christie’s books (have been translated - have translated - translated - were being translated)into more than 40 languages. 58. The Romans (have captured - were captured- captured-had captured)Petra nearly two thousand years ago.
    59. Your train leaves in ten minutes. If you hurry, you(catch - will catch - would catch - are catching)it.
    60. If I am thirsty(I will drink - I would drink - I am drinking - I drank)water.
    61 – A (criminal – judge – lawyer – detective) is a person who tries to solve crimes.
    62 – The police are working(off – on – in – over)two crimes.
    63 – The passengers had all taken part(in – on – at d– for)the murder.
    64 – Could you (start – starting – started – starts)by telling us about kinds of trees?
    65 – The climate is neither very hot (or – so c– too – nor)very cold
    66 -(In – At – On – With)December 3, 1926, Agatha left home without telling anyone.
    68- The suspect (was seen – has seen – is seeing – had seen) in a hotel in the north of England.
    69- She is upset because her mother (died – was dying – has died – had died) recently.
    70- The woman is suffering from (insomnia- anemia -amnesia-arachnophobia) and can give no details of her identity.
    71- The writer was trying to get more people (interest – interesting – interests – interested) in his books.
    72- At first I thought he was (ashamed- shy-impatient-shameful) but then I discovered he was just not interested in other people.
    73- Since then, the play (performs – has performed – has been performed – had performed) without a break.
    74- John Whitney was a (pioneer – discoverer – blender – astronomer) of computer animation.
    75- The (customer – custom – consumer - consumption) of naming women after flowers is becoming less common.
    76- If she (is doing – has done – does – had done) well in her exams, she will go to college in October.
    77- If it (takes– has taken– was taken– is taken) in small doses, the drug has no harmful effects.
    78- I'll give you 20 pounds if you (fixed – fix – fixes – had fixed) the computer for me.
    79- Several people (injured – have injured – will injure – have been injured) in the accident.
    80- The government is (developing – growing – destroying – damaging) a strategy to fight unemployment.
    81- It (snows – has snowed – was snowing – is snowing) heavily when he woke up.
    82Mr.Khaled was reading quietly when suddenly the door (burst – was bursting – had burst – has burst) open.
    83- As soon as she (has entered-entered- enter -would enter) the room, she knew that there was something wrong.
    84- She (doesn't type – has typed – hasn't typed – didn't type) the letters yet.
    85- I (never play – have never played – am never playing – had never played) squash before.
    86- It (is hoped – is hoping – hopes – has hoped) that more job opportunities will be available for young people.
    87- We (are believing – are believed – believe – were believing) that he has recovered from his illness.
    88- It (fears – is feared – has feared – would fear) that there are no survivors of the crash.
    89- It (agrees – is agreeing – was agreed – has agreed) that the price should be fixed at $200.
    90- Some archaeologists (excelled – exaggerated – extracted - excavated ) the ancient city of Troy.
    91- It will take about 24 hours for the glue to (harden – widen – lengthen – shorten).
    92- The hard outer covering of a tree is called (park – brick – pick – bark).
    93- The less rain there is in a year, the (wider – narrower – higher – lower) the tree rings are.
    94- If the bark is damaged, the tree (has died – is dying – dies – would die).
    95- "Murder on the Orient Express" is one of Agatha Christie's (much – little – most – the most) famous books.
    96- The (detective – addictive – alternative - attractive) had finished working on the crime.
    97- We were just (around – about – without - shout ) to leave when Ali arrived.
    98- When he got (of – at - on – away) the train, he noticed that it was empty.
    99- Soon after the train (leaves – was leaving – to leave – had left), it started to rain.
    100- Mr.Khaled Ghobashy believed that his life was (in – of – at – with) danger.
    101- The next morning, the woman was found (deadly – died – dead – death).
    102- If there hadn't been a doctor (with – on – for – at) the train, the man would have died.
    103- We still don't know the (certainty – anxiety - identity – density) of the other man in the picture.
    104- They had carefully (planned – banned – cleaned – drained) what they were going to do.
    105. Too much sun can be (respectable - harmful - unthinkable - in conflict)
    106. We(visited - called - hit - knocked)on the door three times, but they did not hear us.
    107. Nurses are part of the medical (profession - work - job - career)
    108. I get on well with all my(people - workers - colleagues - relatives)at work, but they are not close friends.
    109. The accident (occurred- took - came - caused) at eight o’clock when everyone was on their way to work.
    110. They (must - must have - have - can’t have)left two hours ago, so they arrived by now. It is not far.
    111. No one is sure where Ali is, but we think he(must - can’t have - might have - must have)gone to see his uncle.
    112. Yara Khaled asked me whether(I had been - I went - I go - had I been)there before.
    113. If (I’ll read - I read - I had read - I would read) for too long, I get a headache.
    114. If you had come ten minutes later, I( would leave - will leave - leave - would have left)
    115- He (is – is being – has been – was) to the top of the tower with his parents.
    116- Have you ever been to the top of a tall (structure – creature – feature - sculpture).
    117-Yara (must have been telling – can't have been telling – must tell – can't tell) the truth. I'm sure she did.
    118- I don't know where he is. He (might have missed – misses – can miss – doesn't miss) the train.
    119-Ahmad (must have sent – should have sent - can't have sent – might have sent) the e-mail. I'm sure he didn't.
    120- I was out this morning. He (may try – may be trying – can be trying - might have tried) to phone me then.
    121- He (can't have finished–should finis- must have finished –may have finished) his tea already. It was really hot.
    122- My little brother (can't have hidden - must have hidden – should have hidden – is hiding) my calculator. He's always hiding things
    123- If you (liked – have liked – had liked – like) mysteries, you'll love Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
    124- If I told you the story, you (wouldn't need – will need – need – wouldn't have needed) to read it.
    125- I (don't mind - won't mind - wouldn't mind – didn't mind) if you tell me how the story starts.
    126- If his colleagues had worked with him, he (wouldn't have to – didn't have to - wouldn't have had to – had to) do experiments on himself.
    127- If I (tell – told – had told – were told) you that, you'll guess the rest of the story.
    128- If you want to know what happens, you (would have to – would have had to - will have to – had to) read it yourself.
    129- Hdeer asked Fatma if she (does – will do - was doing – had done) anything the next day.
    130- Mona said she (was going - is going – goes – has gone) to see her grandparents.
    131-Wafaa asked Rewida if she (buys – has bought - had bought – is buying) her grandfather a present.
    132- She wondered why (had the meeting taken – did the meeting take – would the meeting take – the meeting had taken) so long.
    133- A lot of people (communicate – compete - commute – compare) to Cairo from nearby towns.
    134- He studied mechanical (entertaining – comparing – engineering – pioneering) at the University of Dublin.
    135- I've (injected - invested – infected – intended) all my money in the company.
    136- There has been a (depressive – expensive – explosive – massive) increase in prices in the last few weeks.
    137- Our country needs a strong economic (base – case – lease – disease).
    138- The small statue was (harvested – carved – deprived – braved) out of marble.
    139- These big windows give good (elimination – determination – illumination – deviation).
    140- Our ancient monuments have great (historical – analytical – arithmetical – botanical) importance.
    141- She admitted (to have - having – had – would have) broken the computer.
    142- John Nelson wrote an interesting (photography – bibliography - biography – geography) of Napoleon.
    143- It took him 2 months to (recuperate –cooperate – celebrate – accelerate) from fever.
    144- Two young women were trying to (rise – arouse – arise – raise) money for charity.
    145- His new car (must have cost – is costing – may have cost) a lot of money. I'm sure about that.
    146- They (must have gone -can't have gone-may have gone -might have gone) out because all the windows are open.
    147- What you are saying (is true – must be true - can't be true – will be true). I don't believe it.
    148- New evidence proved that the accused (could be – must have been – would be - couldn't have been) at the scene of the crime, so we expect that he will be released.
    149- I wonder if (she will – will she – can she – does she) recognize me after all these years.
    150- Mona asked if things (would turn – might turn – had turned - would have turned) out differently for Ahmed if she had been able to spend more time with him.
    151- Do you think I'd be here if I (have – am having - had – had had) a choice?
    152- If I (weren't – were – had been – am) you, I'd put the money in the bank right away.
    153- (If I knew-Had I known-Were I to know-Should I know) earlier that you wanted to join the team, I'd have put your name on the list.
    154- (If – Were – Unless – Should) there be any problems, contact me immediately
    155. I’m sorry, I didn’t (see - recognise - realise - position) you. You look completely different.
    1563. Most secondary school teachers (specialise - work - achieve – concentrate)in one or two subjects.
    157. Experiments are used to test scientific(thoughts - processes - models - theories)
    158. We’re (enjoying - remembering - celebrating - developing)my brother’s birthday next weekend.
    159. My favourite (place - point - location – position)when I play football is goalkeeper.
    159. I wish I (know - have known - knew - was knowing) what I was doing at the weekend
    160. My sister wishes she(had worked - worked - works - has worked)harder when she was at school.
    161. The children were covered in sand when they got home. They(were playing - have been playing-played - had been playing)on the beach.
    162. By the time we arrived home, we (travelled - had travelled - have traveled-are travelling) over 500 kilometres.
    163. I expect (pass - to pass - passing - to passing) my driving test when I take it next year.
    164 – He practises(to play– to be played – to have played– playing)the guitar everyday.
    165 – I regretted (criticize – to criticize – criticizing– to criticizing) her in public.
    166 – She is very keen (in – on – of – about) swimming.
    167 – I don't fancy(watch – watched – watches – watching)that film , there is a lot of violence .
    168 – The film was really enjoyable . I wish you (would be– could be – are – had been)with us.
    169 – Sham El-Nessim is a day (in which– which– who - whose ) marks the beginning of spring.
    170- He is a university professor who (popularizes- specializes- realizes- economizes)in the history of the R.empire.
    171- Einstein formulated the (philosophy – symbol – base – theory) of relativity in 1905.
    172- The final election (advertisements - results – functions – theories) will be announced on Friday.
    173- There are many who will work hard to (attach – detach - achieve - chain) these goals.
    174- This is an effective treatment and could (cure – call – compose – contain) all the leprosy sufferers worldwide.
    175- The weather (gracefully – grammatically - gradually – greedily) improved.
    176- Most spiders weave webs that are almost (invisible - audible – credible – impossible).
    177- The project wasted a considerable (number – lot – plot – amount) of time and money.
    178- They have developed a new weapon which (greases - releases – pleases – freezes) toxic nerve gas.
    179- The company didn't disclose how much it expects to (gain – grain – brain – drain) from the two deals.
    180- We meet (rigorously – gorgeously - regularly – greatly) to discuss the progress of the project.
    181- There was total agreement to start the peace (process – access – excess – recess) as soon as possible.
    182- He objected to (being – having – be – have) arrested without sufficient evidence.
    183- The money was used to (furnish – inflame - finance – offend) the construction of public hospitals.
    184- He is a/an (staff – employer – employee – lecturer) in law at Alexandria University.
    185- Companies should be made to reveal more about their financial (position – place – occupation – profession).
    186- I wish you (won't leave – can't leave - wouldn’t leave – wouldn't have left) your clothes all over the floor.
    187- I wish he (is – will be – were – can be) here tonight. We would play a game of chess.
    188- Do you wish you (have - had – will have – to have) a better job?
    189- The doctors hope that she (will recover – recovered – had recovered – is recovering) soon.
    190- They offered an advance of $5,000 after the contract (signed – had signed - had been signed – would sign).
    191- I'll never forget (to meet – meets – met – meeting) that celebrity at Heathrow Airport in 2002.
    192- He didn't leave the house until the storm (had ended – ends – has ended – would end).
    193- I dislike (walk – walked – walking – to walk) and I hate the countryside.
    194- I have always regretted not (having – to have – to having – being) studied harder at school.
    195- Everyone has the right to smoke if they (wish – wishes – wished – had wished), but not the right to ruin the health of those around them.
    196- I wish I (didn't have to – won't have to – don't have to – don't need to) go to school. It's really boring.
    197- Before I had a chance to say anything, he (had walked – was walked – walks – has walked) away.
    198- If you wish (discussing – had discussed – would discuss - to discuss) this matter further please do not hesitate to contact me.
    199- As soon as he (feels – has felt - felt – would feel) well again, he returned to work.
    200- He always (accused – discouraged – evolved – envied) his brother for the way he made friends so easily.

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