بنك أسئلة إنجليزي ثاني متوسط فصل ثاني
Question2: pairing Questions
: Use the information in the passage to answer the questions below. From Questions (1) to (20), shade in the answer sheet the letter T if the statement is True or F if the statement is False, for every question.
What's it like to be Crash Coogan? You might think you know him already – the big jock, star of the football team. Huge shoulders, smallish brain. Basically mows down everything in his path, including kids like Penn Webb, the dweeby, puny, button-wearing vegetableeater who moved onto Crash's block when they were little---and has been a prime target ever since
. But there's more to Crash than the touchdown-scoring kid every 7 th grader sees. And it's not the predictable sob story that's supposed to make you feel sorry for the poor bully. It's the story of a kid with overworked parents, an ecology-minded smart-aleck little sister, and a best buddy named Mike Deluca, who helps Crash pull off hilarious pranks at Webb's expense. Until one day Mike goes too far, maybe even for Crash, and the football hero has to choose which side he's really on.
Question3 : True or False Comprehension
My real name is John, John Coogan. But everybody calls me Crash, even my parents. It started way back when I got my first football helmet as a gift. I don’t really remember this happening but they say that when my uncle Herm’s family came over to see our presents, as they were coming through the door I got down into a four point stance, growled, Hut! Hut! Hut! And charged ahead with my brand new helmet. Seems I knocked my cousin Bridget clear back out the door way and onto her butt into a foot of snow they say she bawled and refused to come into the house. So uncle Herm finally had to drag his whole family away before they even had a chance to take their coats off. Like I said personally I don’t remember the whole thing but looking back at what I do remember about myself I have to say the story is probably true as far as I can tell I have always been crashing into people, into things, you name it with or without a helmet.
From Questions below shade in the letter T if the statement is True or F if the statement is False, or every question.
( Writing: (Composition
Informative Writing: Write a Research Report
rompt: Collect information about endangered eagles and write a report.
I was interested in learning about this topic because
. I focused my research on this main area within my topic
From my research I discovered that
Other interesting things I learnt from my research art
. I would like to do further research on these other areas within my topic
. The resources that I used to research my topic were
Question 3: (True or False) Comprehension
Use the information in the passage to answer the questions below.
From Questions (1) to ( ), shade in the answer sheet the letter T if the statement is true or F if the statement is False, for every question
The Bodys Defenses
The First Line of Defense: SKin and Mucus Under normal coemal conditions the skin stops
s microorganisms from entering the body. However, when the skin is broken, cut, or damaged, germs can enter. That is why it is very important to clean cuts and scrapes. But skin does not cover every surface of the body. Mucus stops germs from attacking tissue not covered by the skin. For example, the inside of the nose is covered by tiny hairs and mucus. These hairs and mucus trap dust and germs from the air you breathe. Sometimes extra mucus is made by the body in response to the presence of foreign substances such as dust, pollen, or germs. . . . Blowing your nose and sneezing help remove trapped microorganisms. It is important to cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze to prevent the spread of these microorganisms. . . .