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نمونه سوال پایانی زبان انگلیسی سال چهارم دبیرستان

FIRST NAME:                                    LAST NAME:                        CLASS NAME:

Write all your responses on the answer sheet

Part I : vocabulary  : ( 6 points )

A: choose the best choice ( 1.5 points )

1.Your body works more --------to keep you  healthy.

a) emotionally                                          b) especially

c)efficiently                                            d ) embarrassingly


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نمونه امتحان زبان انگلیسی سال چهارم دبیرستان

سؤالات امتحان درس : زبان خارجی ( 4 ) رشته : ریاضی تجربی - انسانی

مدت امتحان : 100 دقیقه  سال چهرم دبیرستان             خرداد 1391

نام و نام خانوادگی :

I : Vocabulary

A : Fill in the blanks with the words given . ( One word is extra ) ( 3 points )


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نمونه سوال از درس 5 تا 8 زبان انگلیسی سال چهارم دبیرستان

Part I. Vocabulary

A. Choose the different word. (1.5 points)

1. (stamp – envelope - document – mailbox)

2. (community – astronaut – mission – space)

3. (join – connect – attach – measure)

B. Choose the best choice. (1.5 points)

4. Children under 18 need their parents’ ………… to watch this program.

a. impression          

b. communication        

c. destination            

d. permission

5. He needs a high income to ………… his large family.

a. observe             

b. support                   

c. magnify               

d. access

6. The teacher asked everyone to do a ………… kind of work.

a. specific             

b. distant                     

c. global                  

d. rural

C. Fill in the blanks with one of the words from the list below. There is one extra word. (3 points)

 

          ran away, memory, annoyed, serious, performance, forced, reason

Edison was born on February 11, 1847, in Milan, Ohio, and grew up in Michigan. At an early age, he showed signs of a ……7…..… hearing problem. This may have been the …...8…..… for his poor ……9…..… at school. Edison did not do well there and was often ……10…… by the other children. Three months after starting school, Edison ……11…….. His mother was ……12…… to teach him at home.

 

Part II. Grammar

 

A.   Choose the best choice. (2 points)

B.  

13. I’ll stop at the theater ………… pick up the tickets which you reserved.

a. so that                

b. such as          

c. whereas               

d. in order to

 

14. A lot of people bought those houses, ………… the prices were high.

a. even though       

b. whether         

c. in order that          

d. so that

 

15. Tom went to the library ………… the books he had borrowed.

a. returning             

b. return            

c. to return              

d. having returned

 

16. Reza speaks English very well. He ………… in England for many years.

a. should live          

b. must live        

c. should have lived 

d. must have lived

 

B. Put the following words in order and make meaningful sentences. (2 points)

 

17. (work, brothers, Ali, lazy, is, while, his, hard)

18. (went, slums, she, to, poor, the, help, to, the, so as)

 

C. Complete the following dialogues. (2 points)

 

19. A: I don’t have any idea where Helen is.

      B: She ………… (go) to the movies with her friends.

20. A: Mike spoke very quietly.

      B: He ………… (speak) more loudly.

 

Part III. Sentence Functions

 

Complete the following sentences with your own words. (2 points)

 

21. Some jobs may hurt children physically or emotionally ………… mining, making

bricks, carpets, glass, etc.

22. The part which is at the center of the earth ………… the core.

23. There are different ………… of plants and animals in the world.

24. Getting enough sleep is important ………… it helps you feel more energetic.

 

Part IV. Reading Comprehension

 

A. Put the following sentences in order and make a meaningful paragraph.

Show the correct order with letters A-D in each box. (2 points)

 

25. 􀁆 These astronauts did experiments and brought back samples of rock.

26. 􀁆 One of the best-known American space programs was project Apollo.

27. 􀁆 Their work helped scientist learn more about the moon.

28. 􀁆 The Apollo mission landed 12 humans on the moon between 1967 and 1972.

 

B. Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with your own words. (2 points)

 

Most child laborers around the world are busy doing extreme forms of work that are dangerous for their health. ……29…… are also being robbed of their ……30……, including not only the right to ……31…… to the highest level through education, ……32…… also the right to a childhood. ……33…… often work as many as 12 ……34…… a day, (sometimes more), work under ……35…… conditions such as factories with harmful ……36…… in the air, handle dangerous materials, and use tools and machines which are not designed for them.

 

C. Read the following passage and decide whether the statements that follow are true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (N). (6 points)

 

The sardine is a very valuable food fish. It is found in the coastal waters of many parts of the world where the water is not too warm or too cold. The great sardine territory of the United States is off the coast of California. Every year thousands of tons of sardines are caught there.

Until recently not very much was known about the sardine’s habits. Now scientists have discovered some things about the life of the sardine. The female sardine begins to lay its eggs when it is between 2 and 4 years old. It is then about eight inches long. The female lays about 100,000 eggs, which float on the surface of the water .The eggs hatch in two or three days.

Sardines are a healthful food that contains many rich oils and vitamins. They are usually canned, and are eaten in salads and sandwiches. Some of the best sardines come from the coasts of Norway and Portugal. The sardine is used also as a food for cattle and chickens, and young sardines are used by fishermen as bait to catch other fish. The oil of the sardine is used in many ways.

                                                                                            

37. Sardines are found in waters of average temperature.                     

38. Americans eat thousands of tons of sardines every year.                  

39. Scientists still do not know very much about the sardine.                

40. The female sardine begins to lay eggs when it is eight years old.     

41. People can use sardines to make salads and sandwiches.                        

42. Norway and Portugal are the only countries in Europe, where  people eat a lot of sardines.

 

D. Read the following passage and fill in the table that follows. (6 points)

 

There were three famous sisters named Bronte. Their names were Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, and they were all writers. They were daughters of a clergyman, and had two older sisters and a brother. They went to a very strict school when they were girls, and later they became teachers and governesses. Charlotte’s most famous novel was Jane Eyre, a story of

some of her experiences in school and as a governess. Emily wrote Wuthering Heights, a tragic love story that describes the countryside in which the girls were brought up. Anne wrote two good novels, Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, but neither was as great as her sisters'. All the sisters wrote under “pen-names,” calling themselves Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell, and for a long time not even their publishers knew who they really were. Charlotte, Emily and Anne all died of tuberculosis at an early age.

Charlotte Bronte was born in 1816 and died in 1855. She was the only sister who married and she lived longest, though she was only 39 when she died. Emily, born in 1818, died in 1848, when she was barely 30, and Anne, born in 1820, died in 1849, aged 29. Their brother Branwell Bronte, whom they loved and admired very much, was born in 1817 and died in 1848.

 

Writer       Most famous novel(s)            Date of birth           Age when she died

Charlotte      (43) ………..                        (47) ………….           (50) ……..

Emily           (44) ………...                       (48) ………….           (51) ………..

Anne           (45) ………....                      (49) ………….           (52) ……....

                  (46) ……… 

 

Now write short answers to the following questions.

53. How many brothers did the Bronte sisters have?

54. What was their father’s job?

 

Good Luck!  ABDOLLAHI. FARVARDIN 1391


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معني لغات دروس زبان انگليسي سال چهارم(پيش دانشگاهي)

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جواب تمرينات درس 5 زبان چهارم دبيرستان

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جواب تمرينات درس پنج زبان چهارم دبيرستان

Page 44

1 -Yes, they have rights such as the right to play and to enjoy their life, to have a suitable place to live, to have good food and clothes and to have education.

2 -Yes, because it helps them to improve their self-confidence and learn new things.

Or   No, because it may prevent them from going to school and it may be dangerous for their health.

3-They have to do works which are very difficult and dangerous for them.

4 -Yes, it is a global concern. All the people in the world especially governments and human rights organizations are responsible for it.

5 -It is an organization within the United Nations concerned with employment and working conditions.

6 -Yes, it is possible, but it is not an easy job. By providing free and suitable eduction, improving work conditions, and making better laws.

Page 47

1. (F) Child labor can not be found in developed countries .                

2. (T) Child labor increases poverty.

3. (N) Child laborers in urban areas can make more money.                 

4. (T) Irrelevant education may cause unemployment.      

5. (F) Child labor is not a human rights problem.

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2.

A) C:  Asia

B) Luckily, people are becoming aware of serious social, economic and developmental effects of child labor.

C) It shows why the employers hire children.

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1. Yes, we do. Children who make carpets or bricks. Those who work on farms or in small business.

2. They face different physical, emotional and mental dangers. They handle dangerous materials and work with tools and machines which are not designed for them. They are prevented from going to school and their work is harmful to their sense of importance.

3. They can make national plans and programs to stop child labor. They can provide free and good education. They can make better laws and make sure that people follow them. They can make people aware of bad effects of child labor. They can remove children from work and create better conditions for them.

Page 48

1. Some examples of these jobs are as follow: work done around the house before or after school work you do when you are learning about something and doing it at the same time. For example, electricians often have apprentices learn the job while helping out around the shop.

2. They often work as many as 12 hours a day, (sometimes more) work under dangerous conditions such as factories with harmful smokes in the air, handle dangerous materials, and use tools and machines which are not designed for them.

3. Children work for many reason, including the pressure of poverty, adult unemployment, and irrelevant education systems that fail to guarantee jobs or prepare children for self-employment.

1. examples of child labor. (paragraph 2)      

2. introducing child labor.(paragraph 1)        

3. the relationship between child labor and poverty.(paragraph 7)         

4. possible answers to the problem of child labor.(paragraph 9) 

5. examples of places where child labor exists.(paragraph 6)      

6. what child labor is.(paragraph 2)     

7. why children are made to work.(paragraph 7)     

8. what child labor is not.(paragraph 4)        

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to touch sth in the hand / hands

of economy

guess

employ

control

way of doing sth

1. A leg injury may prevent John from playing in tomorrow's game.

2. Are you willing to help me wash the car tomorrow morning?

3. He lost all his money and died in poverty.

4. Be careful when you handle the bottles of acid.

5. It's very common for people to get colds in winter.

6. The movie made her very emotional and she started to cry.

7. My parents spent a lot of money on my education.

8. The teacher gave the class specific instructions on how to do the exercise.

Grammar page 50

1. They mean "but in contrast". They are used for comparing things or people and showing that there is an important difference between them.

2. They show contrast between the two sentences.

1. Some scientists think the world is getting warmer, whereas others disagree.

2. Ali likes classical music, while his brother enjoys pop music.

3. While some people think a lot about their health, others do not.

or    Some people think a lot about their health, while others do not.

4. Farid is a very quiet boy, while his brother is very talkative.

Or   While Farid is a very quiet boy, his brother is very talkative.

5. Tabriz has a cold climate, whereas Abadan is very warm.

6..Mrs Rahimi is very concerned about poor children, whereas her husband doesn't t care about them.

2. Sima plays indoor sports, whereas Leila likes outdoor sports.

3. Sima reads a lot of books, while Leila watches TV a lot.

4. Sima gets up very early, while Leila gets out of bed rather late.

5. Sima wants to go to university, whereas Leila is not interested in higher education.

1. While Peter works very hard, his brother is quite lazy.

2. Some people send their children to work, while others send them to school.

3. Most factories provide good working conditions for their workers whereas others don't pay much attention to them.

4. While the police try to stop those who make children work, child labor is going on in rural areas.

5. While work done around the house is not child labor, work that stops children from going to school is child labor.

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امتحان درس زبان انگليسي نوبت اول سال چهارم دبیرستان شاهد شهرستان علی آباد کتول

سوالات درس زبان انگليسي نوبت اول

درس زبان انگلیسی 4

رشته: علوم تجربي

مدت امتحان:90 دقیقه

تاریخ امتحان:11/10/1390

ساعت شروع:۵/۸صبح

دانش آموزان سال چهارم دبيرستان

دبيرستان پسرانه شاهد شهرستان علی آباد کتول

NOTE : Please write all the answers on the answer sheet

شرح سوالات                                               نمره ردیف                                        

1

Vocabulary:

A. Fill in the blanks with the words given. There is one extra word.

(save – contact – predict – support – healthy – flood – flexible – consists  – effect )

 

1-It is still impossible to………………..when and where an earth quake will happen.

2-People who exercise regularly have………………bodies and minds.

3-The solar system……………………. of the sun and planet.

4-Sometimes tone of voice can have a stronger………………than the message.

5-You can…………………….electricity by turning off extra lights.

6-The heavy rain has caused ………………in many parts of the country .

7-Most children are ………which means that they can bend and  stretch their bodies.

8-Keep good eye……….with the audience during your speech.

 

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B .Match the words in column (A) with the definitions in (B).There is one extra  word in column(B).

                             A                                                                 B

 9-In a strong way                                                         a. rattle

10-Change old materials to use them again                b. fuel

11-Move sth with a sound                                           c. firmly

12-Physical hurt to the body                                       d. injuries

                                                                                     e. recycle

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C. Choose the correct choice.

13-Global warming is the average increase in the Earth's…………. .

a. surface                  b. temperature                   c. air                d. crust      

14-I'm not really……………,I need to get some exercise.

     a. in case                    b. in mood                        c. in public       d. in shape 

15-Fortunately , the storm didn't…………the house.

     a. melt                        b. damage                         c. hire               d. predict 

16-Which…………of the country has got mild climate during the past few years?

     a. level                       b. pattern                           c. region           d. weather

 

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D. Fill in the blanks with a suitable word of your own.

17-The Earth's crust is broken into many pieces called……….……….

18-You shouldn't eat meat with too much………………on it.

  

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Grammar

E. Combine the following sentences with the words given in parentheses.

 19-It was cold weather. Everyone decided to stay at home.(such........that)

 20-The little girl felt lonely .No one played with her.( since)

 21- My father is very old. He can't climb the mountain.( too)

 

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F.Choose the correct choice.

 22-Our teacher made us………..our writing activities in class.

         a. finishing            b. to finish               c. finish             d. finished

23-In some countries, people………the environment are punished.

         a. polluting          b. are polluted           c. which pollute           d. polluted

24-I saw an accident…………I was walking home.

         a. since               b. because                   c. as                          d. whether

25-The exercise was………………..easy that all the students could do it.

         a. enough            b. so                           c. too                        d. such an

26-We will call up the doctor , …………..you like it or not.

        a.as                      b. when                      c. since                     d. whether

27-There are………………many people and not……………….chairs.

        a. so/too              b. too/enough             c. too / such              d.so/much

 

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G. Write the correct form of the verbs in the parentheses.

 28-You can improve your English by…………….every day.(practice)

29Sara could help my sister……………her math problem.( solve)

 

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Sentence function

H. Match the items in column (A) with the phrase in column (B) to make meaningful sentences. There is one extra item in column (B).

                              A                                                            B

30-To add fun to your speech,………..           a. many green house gasses into the air  31-smoking is dangerous …………..              b. stand in a door way

32-Earthquake is a ………..                            c. the general weather of a place over a  33-Cars cause pollution and release……             period of time.

34- Climate refers to………………                d. because it does the jobs very fast

35- Computer is useful for us…………          e. try to include personal stories

                                                             f. because it causes heart problems

                                            g. sudden shaking of the surface of the earth

  

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Sentence Comprehension

I. Read the following sentences and choose the correct choice.

 36-Children can bend and stretch their bodies without too much trouble.

         a. children are not very active                

         b. children's bodies are flexible

         c. children have a lot of trouble in moving their bodies.

         d. children can't bend and stretch their bodies easily.

 37-In earthquakes most people die because buildings fall on them.It is better and less dangerous to run outside and stay in open areas.

   We understand from the above sentence that………………….

          a. buildings are the cause of people's death

          b. people shouldn't live in buildings

          c. people should leave buildings when earthquakes happen

          d. it is better to stay in buildings than go to open areas

 38-When scientists talk about climate change, they are concerned about global warming caused by human activities.

          a. Human activities have made the earth warmer

          b. People are more worried about global warming than scientists

          c. Climate change has no effect on global warming

          d. Human beings have no role in global warming

 39-Humor can make the difference between an average and an excellent presentation.

  We understand from the above sentence that………………………..

          a. excellent speeches are full of humor

          b. average speeches don't have humor

          c. humor can improve our presentation a lot

          d. terrible presentations have a lot of humor

 

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Cloze  Passage

J. Fill in the blanks with the words given. There is one extra word. 

Lungs – chemicals – release – enjoys – nutrients – breathing – active – group – bringing – exercise - think

 Exercising is an excellent way to feel happy , whether you are exercising on your own or with a …40….that is because when you ….41….your body….42…. endorphins, ….43….that create a happy feeling.In addition, when you are ……..44….deeply during the exercise and ….45….more air into your…..46….your brain….47…the extra oxygen. And when you are….48….and running around, it is hard to…49….about what was bothering you.

 

Reading Comprehension: Passage (1)

K. Read the following passage and match each paragraph with one of the headings. Write the letters(A,B,C,D,E) in front of the numbers of the paragraphs. There is one extra heading.

   (A) Get a good night's rest        (B) Sit up straight                

  (C)Find time to relax                   (D) Spend more time in the open air        

  (E) Go for a run

                              Looking good                    Feeling good

        50-Running is a kind of aerobic exercise ,Before you start running ,you should warm up first, using slow movements that make your muscles work .But be careful! If you stretch when your muscles are cold . you might do yourself an injury. Always wear comfortable clothing and make sure your trainers (shoes) are in good shape. If you wear shoes that give good support to your whole foot, you will put less pressure on your knees. You should start exercising slowly, at a speed you can keep up for about 15-20 minutes.

       51-It is ok if you sometimes go to bed late but if you regularly cut down on your sleep, it will soon start to have a bad effect on your skin. If you get a good night's nothing! Lack of sleep can cause acne or dry skin. Make sure you get a good night's sleep. Go to bed and get up at regular times. During the day, keep active; Get sufficient exercise so that you can sleep well at night.

      52-Did you know that standing, sitting and walking badly can make you look heavier than you really are? If we watched the way we sat and stood, it would improve our appearance very much. Stand in front of the mirror with your feet apart and your legs straight. Pull in your tummy, check that your ears, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles are in line with each other. You should be feeling and looking better already!

   53-Most of us live in large polluted cities. If we get more fresh air , we would look healthier and more attractive, Walking slowly is useful but a quick pace gets more oxygen into your lungs. So don't just go for a slow walk, try and find an area that doesn't have much pollution, and get moving!

    Read the passage again and choose the correct choice.

   54-   The writer says that you should……………………

    a. start running as quickly as possible

    b. run slowly before you start exercising

    c. move your body slowly to warm up

    d. do stretching exercises before you warm up          

 Passage 2

L. Read the following passage and answer the questions as required.

     Every day of your life, you use a kind of computer –your brain. Your brain tells you when you are hungry. It helps you to move to work and remember things.

        Our brains can also solve difficult mathematical problems or calculations. But sometimes we need to calculate more quickly than our brain can manage and be sure that the answer is correct. This is when we need computers which can solve problems and do most difficult calculations with high speed and no mistakes.

       Computers are specially useful or storing a lot of information. They can keep words, pictures and sounds in their memory and give the information you need within seconds.

          Even the most advanced computers are often easy to use . They communicate with you by flashing messages or pictures into a screen or sometimes they talk to you. You can play game with them, too.

   55-According to the passage, computers can solve problems………….the brain.

      a. faster than                                       b. slower than

      c. more  difficult than                         d. as fast as

   56-We can understand from the passage that computers can…………………..

     a. work without the help of human

     b. store a lot of information

     c. keep sounds but not pictures in their memory

     d. do only simple calculations

    True or False

     57-According to the passage, your muscles tell you when you are hungry.

    a. True                                              b. False

 58- We understand from the passage that some advanced computers are difficult to use

    a. True                                         b. False

    59- According to the passage,people can communicate and play games with computers.

     a. True                                        b. False

 

 

 

 

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پاسخنامه امتحان زبان انگليسي ترم اول سال چهارم دبيرستان شاهد شهرستان علي آباد كتول

نكته:ضمن عرض پوزش در خصوص اشكال تايپي در سوال شماره ۴۲ كه حرف اضافه an  اشتباها در آنجا درج شده بود كه ممكن است باعث سر در گمي دانش اموزان شده باشد،خاطر نشان مي سازد كه با توجه به كلمات "بدن شما " و "اندورفين" در دو طرف نقطه چين كلمه مناسب "رها كردن و آزاد كردن" كلمه release مي تواند پاسخ صحيح باشد.

پاسخنامه سوالات زبان انگليسي

درس زبان انگلیسی   4

رشته:علوم تجربي

مدت امتحان:90 دقیقه

تاریخ امتحان:11/10/1390

ساعت شروع: ۵/۸صبح

دانش آموزان سال چهارم دبيرستان                   دبيرستان پسرانه شاهد شهرستان علی آباد کتول

نام و نام خانوادگی:                نام پدر:                              کلاس:

 

راهنمای تصحیح

 

 

A

 1.predict               2. healthy           3. consists                       4.effect

5. save                  6.flood              7.  flexible                      8.contact

 

 

4

 

 

 

B

 

9.( c    )            10.(   e    )             11.(    a   )                  12.(   d    )

 

 

2

 

 

C

 

13.(  b   )              14.(   d    )            15.(  b     )                      16.(   c    )

 

 

2

 

 

D

 

17.(  plates   )                           18.(  fat  )

 

 

2

 

 

E

 

19.I was such cold weather that every body decided to stay at home.

20.The little girl felt lonely since no one played with her.

21.My father is too old to climb the mountain.

 

3

 

 

F

 

  22.(  c   )    23.( a  )      24.(  c   )     25.(  b  )     26.(  d   )      27.(  b     )

 

3

 

 

G

28. practicing                      29. solve / to solve

 

2

 

 

H

 

30.( e  )    31.( f  )    32.( g  )    33.( a  )     34.( c  )    35.( d  )

 

3

 

 

I

 

36.(  b    )         37.(   c    )         38.(   a    )         39.(  c    )      

 

4

 

 

J

 40. group         41. exercise    42. release    43. chemicals   44. breathing 

 45.bringing    46. lungs     47.enjoys   48. active   49. think

 

5

 

 

K

 

 

50.(   e    )        51.(   a   )         52.(   b    )          53.(   d    )          54.(   c   )

 

5

 

 

L

 

55.(  a   )       56.( b  )        57.(   b  )           58.(   b  )            59.(   a    )

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOOD LUCK

+ نوشته شده در  یکشنبه یازدهم دی 1390ساعت 11:10  توسط نصرت اله عبدالهی  | 

آزمون زبان درس سوم سال چهارم

 

In the name of God

1-The chldren …………….near the coast had seen a man there .

a.who playing           b. playing          c. played               d. play

2-The ideas ……………….in the book are good

a. present           b. presented           c. are presenting        d. presenting

3- Acid rain ………..by burning of gas , oil destroys the forest .

a. is created        b. creating           c. created         d. creats

4-The boy ……………….is my young brother Bahram

a. played       b. is playing            plays               d. playing

5. Cars ---------- pollution to the air should be stopped.

     a. causing                  b. cause           c. who cause           d. are causing

6-The psychologists………………. the students are from this city

a. study          b. studying          c. to study             d. syudied

.7-All over the world , there are people ……………the land,the sea, and the air a. pollute         b. polluted           c. polluting        d.to pllute                  

8-The energy that comes from ……………is solar energy .

                                                        d. sky      a.moon        b.earth         c.sun      

9. Now I believe that everybody knows enough about the problem to take ………………. .

              a) information             b) action          c) subject                         d) health

10- The burning of fossil fuels ………………… carbon dioxide.

              a) pumps                    b) stores          c) depends                       d) produces

11. Our ……………… to think and speak makes us different from other animals.

              a) ability                     b) activity        c) memory                       4) research

12. The amount of money one earns …………………… the work he is doing.

              a) refers to                 b) consists of       c) asks for                   d) depends on

13. You don’t have to be …………about the baby. I can take care of him.

a) concentrated         b) increased         c) confident            d) concerned      

14- we need stronger laws to protct the ………………..from pollution .

a. projection         b.extinction     c. environment          d. atmosphere

15-Test the ……………..of the water to make sure is not hot .

a.posture          b. gesture            c.temperature           d. atmosphere

16-Since human beings cut the trees and pollute the seas and oceans .many kind of animals are put in danger of……………

a.extinction          b.production         c. projection       d. condition

17. By …. Glass, paper and metal , we can save materials , enegy , and money.       a) recycling       b) polluting      c)producing      d) concerning
18.The air, water, or land in which living things live is called……..
a) environment      b) pollution      c) atmosphere        d) weather
19. Many greenhouse gases coming from things we do everyday … energy in the atmosphere and make the Earth warmer.
a) produce      b) trap        c) recycle       d) decrease
20………is the average of a regions weather over period of time.
a) environment      b) atmosphere     c) climate        d) pollution

21-the greenhouse effect is dagerous for the……………….

a.plan          b. plane         c planet      d.  plant

22-we can help control global warming by using public……………….

a. comunication         b. examination         c.extincation      d.transportation

23- people living in cold …………….need to wear warm clothes

a.vessels         b. reginons       c. lamps           d. planets

24. Nowadays solar energy can be used to -------- buildings and water.

     a. save                       b. produce          c. burn                     d. heat

Global warming is the average (25) in the Earth’s (26) which then causes changes in climate. A warmer Earth may have results such as changes in (27) patterns, a rise in (28) levels, and different effects on (29) wild – life and humans. When scientists talk about climate change, they are (30) about global warming caused by human activities.

25. a. decrease       b. increase             c. work                 d. control

26. a. problem                 b. change              c. movement                   d. temperature

27. a. humans                  b. animals              c. plants                d. rainfall

28. a. stone            b. sea                    c. jungles               d. farms

29. a. houses                   b. plants                c. roads                 d. flowers

30. a. ashamed       b. concerned                   c. active                d. interested

Education is the process by which people get knowledge, skills, habits, and values. The word education is also used to describe the results of the educational process. Education should help a person become a useful member of society. It should also help him develop an understanding of his culture and live a better life. The most common way to get an education is to take part school. But much education also happen outside the classroom.
Education involves both learning and teaching. Sometimes, people learn by teaching themselves. But they also learn with the help of other people such as parents or teachers. Parents are a Childs first and perhaps most important teachers. But few parents have either the time or the ability to teach their children everything that they need to know. A modem society cannot continue its life without education. But most nations consider educations benefits to individuals equally as important as its benefits to society.
31-the writter of the passage believes that ……………..of the parents don,t have time to teach their children.

a. few            b. many              c.most              d. any 
32. the general way to receive education is …………..

a. to teach ourselves    b.to help people   c to participate school   d.to buy books

33. The word they in line 9 in second paraghraph refers to ……
a.pepole        b.teachers      c.parents         d.children
34. we understand from the passage that most parents send their children to school because they ………
a. are too busy to teach them at home.    b. don’t get much benefit from teaching
c.have to attend schools themselves.      d.have enough time to teach their chidren
35. Education includes ……………….
a.learning and reading    b. only teaching    c. only learning  d. learningand teaching
36. It is………………… to be educated without attending school.
a. impossible         b. possible          c. necessary            d. intersting

 

 

+ نوشته شده در  جمعه نهم دی 1390ساعت 13:15  توسط نصرت اله عبدالهی  | 

آزمون درس 2 زبان چهارم

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