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    جميع المواقف التي ذكرت في المنهج

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    احمد عاشور

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    تاريخ التسجيل : 17/12/2009

    جميع المواقف التي ذكرت في المنهج

    مُساهمة  احمد عاشور في الخميس ديسمبر 24, 2009 7:22 pm

    جميع المواقف التي ذكرت في
    Unit 1
    What would you say in these situations?
    a A friend wants to know what job you would like to do when you leave school.
    b A friend ask you why you'd like to be a doctor.
    c Your teacher asks you why you enjoy learning English.
    d A relative wants to know the best thing about your school.
    Unit 2
    What would you say in these situations?
    a Your friend bought a new DVD last week. You want to know if he or she has watched it. What do you say?
    b You want to know your friend's opinion of the DVD. What do you say
    c You want to know if you can watch the DVD when he or she has watched it. What do you say?
    d Your friend says Yes. You are very pleased. What do you say?
    Unit3
    What would you say in these situations?
    a You would like to ask someone about the subjects they are studying at school. What do you say?
    b You want to ask this person which subject they like best.
    c You want to ask the same person the reason why they like this subject best.
    d It is the end of your interview. You would like to thank the person for answering your questions.
    Review A
    What would you say in these situations?
    a A friend asks you why you enjoy reading novels.
    b You want to know your brother's opinion of a film you both watched on TV last night,
    c You want to ask which subject your teacher liked best when he or she was at school,
    d Someone asks you a question that you do not want to answer.
    Unit 4

    What would you say in these situations?
    a A friend wants to cook the family meal this evening, but can't decide what to make. Give advice.
    b Your friend asks for your advice about where to go on holiday. What do you reply?
    c Advise a friend who wants to take a younger brother out for the day but can't decide where to go.
    d A friend asks your advice about the best way to keep fit. What do you reply?

    Unit 5
    What would you say in these situations?
    a You are at an interview for university. The interviewer asks you what qualities you think are important to be a successful student. What do you reply?
    b You and a group of friends are discussing what makes a good friend. One of the group asks what you think. What do you reply?
    c A friend asks you what you think makes a good teacher. What is your opinion?
    d You and a group of friends are discussing what you need to do to be a successful sportsman. It is your turn to express an opinion. What do you say?
    Unit 6
    What would you say in these situations?
    a Someone asks you which city is the capital of Britain. What do you reply?
    b Someone asks you how long the River Nile is. What do you answerc A tourists asks you which is the second largest city in Egypt. What do you say?
    d Your younger brother or sister asks you how old the Pyramids at Giza are. What do you answer?
    Review B
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a A friend says he or she wants to do an individual sport to keep fit. Give advice.
    b A friend asks how he or she should choose a new leader for their sports team. What do you say?
    c A friend asks you what language they speak in Australia. What do you answer?
    d Your teacher asks you, "How far is it from Cairo to London?" You guess the answer.
    Unit 7

    What would you say in these situations?
    a You meet a visitor to your country at the airport. You want to make him or her feel at home. What do you say?
    b A person you do not know arrives in your school. Ask if you can help them.
    c You meet a friend who you have not seen for a long time. What do you say?
    d In class, you see a school friend who has been away for several weeks. What do you say?

    Unit 8

    What would you say in these situations?
    a You are interviewing an older person about their education. You want to know whether or not he or she was a good school student. What do you ask?
    b You want to know when this person began their first job. What do you ask?
    c You are interviewing one of your grandparents for a school project. You want to know what his or her life was like when he or she was young. What do you ask?
    d You want to know if this grandparent did anything when he or she was not working.

    Unit 9
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You have just been introduced to Mr. Stone, who you have not met before. What do you say?
    b Someone your father has worked with in the past has just arrived in your country. Your father meets him at the airport. What does your father say to him?
    c You have just met an old friend who you have not seen for six months. You want to know about this friend's activities in that time. What do you say?
    d A friend asks you why you have recently started playing squash. You like squash and you believe it is good for your health. What do you say?

    Unit 10
    What would you say in these situations?
    a One of your friends eats food with too much fat in it. What do you say to him or her?
    b A friend who has been ill asks for advice about food. Suggest fruit,
    c A school friend asks what you think of fast food. What do you say?
    d A friend thinks biscuits and cakes are healthy foods. You don't agree. What do you say?
    Unit 11
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You see a friend reading a book. Ask your friend what the book is called and who wrote it.
    b A friend asks if you are enjoying your book. Say that you are and recommend it to your friend.
    c Your friend asks why you would recommend the book. Say the main reason is that it is easy to read.
    d You have just bought a new CD by your favourite singer. Recommend it to a friend.

    Unit 12

    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a A friend believes that football is the best form of exercise. You don't think the same.
    b You have just bought a new DVD about space travel. Recommend it to a friend.
    c Your friend asks why you would recommend this DVD. Say the main reason is that it is full of new and interesting information.
    d A friend wants to know where your dream holiday would be to. You really enjoy beach holidays. What do you say?

    Unit 13
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You have just read a magazine story. You understand the story, but you are not sure what its real subject is. What do you say?
    b Your class has read a short story. You are not sure what it shows. What do you ask your teacher?

    c Your friend asks what the film you have just seen together is really about. You think it's about helping people. What do you say?
    d You have to phone a friend's mother and tell her that her child is ill. What do you say?


    Unit 14
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a A friend tells you about King Solomon's Mines. Say that you did not know the book before last week.
    . b You are making the family meal. You would like some help from your sister. What do you say?
    c You have missed school because you were ill. You would like some help from your teacher. What do you say?
    d A friend asks if you can help him or her with a computer problem. You are happy to help, but you want to know what the problem is. What do you say?
    Unit 15
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a A friend is trying to persuade you to visit a place you have never heard of. You'd like more information about this place. What do you say?
    b You are trying to persuade a foreign friend to visit an interesting place which is off the beaten track. You think your friend will regret it if he or she doesn't go. What do you say?

    c A travel agent is trying to persuade you to go to a newly discovered tourist site. You want to know why this place is better than another. What do you ask?
    d You have met a foreign tourist who does not know your town. You think he or she would like this place even though it is off the beaten track. What do you say to persuade him or her?
    Review E
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a Your friend is reading a magazine article. You want to know what the subject of the article is.
    b Your friend recommends reading a book. Ask him or her for information about it.

    c You are looking for one of your school books which you have lost. Ask a friend for help.
    d You've seen an exciting new film at the cinema. You think your friend would enjoy it.
    Unit 16
    What would you say in the following situations?
    a Your train leaves in five minutes. It takes at least four minutes to get to the station.
    We must leave now. The train leaves in five minutes.
    b Your friend offers to go to the dentist with you, but you tell her not to worry, you can go on your own.
    I can go on my own,
    c You don't have any tea left. Explain why you are going to the shop.
    I'm going to. the shop because I
    d You are at your friend's house. Your parents have told you to be home at five o'clock. Your friend asks if you want to stay until eight o'clock.
    No,. I'm sorry,. I. can't, I
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You have just agreed to see a film at the cinema with two friends. You are quite happy, but you did not choose the film. What do you say?
    b You and three friends have just decided which film to see at the cinema. You are happy that the decision has been made. What do you say?
    c You chose a holiday to Spain, but your friends all chose Italy, which was cheaper. You think their idea is probably better. What do you say?

    Unit 17
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You have just seen the film of a book you like. You did not enjoy the film as much as the book. A friend asks you what you thought of the film.
    b Someone asks you to compare books and films. You don't think it's possible to compare the two. Films are much more exciting for you. What do you say?
    c A friend asks your opinion about a film director he or she likes. You don't agree with your friend.

    d You want to know what your friend likes about this director's films. What do you say?

    Unit 18
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You are doing a project on public transport. You want to find out information from a friend. What do ask?
    b A friend asks if they can interview you to find out your opinions on the environment. You are happy about this. What do you say?
    c You are doing a project on your local environment. You want some information from an important person in your town. What formal question do you ask?

    d Someone asks if they can interview you. Unfortunately, you have too much to do. What do you say?
    Review
    Respond to each of the following situations.
    a You are trying to decide on a DVD to watch with your friends. You have agreed on a friend's DVD, not the one you brought. You are quite happy about this. What do you say?
    b You saw a film on television and have just read the book of the film. You enjoyed the film more than the book. A friend asks you what you thought of the book.
    c You are doing a project about people's eating habits. You want to find out some information by asking a friend some questions. What do you say?
    d Someone in your town is doing research into people's holiday destinations. He wants to ask you some questions, but you do not have the time. What do you say? المنهج

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