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ESL forum > Grammar and Linguistics > 3rd form Tunisian pupils full term exam 3    

3rd form Tunisian pupils full term exam 3



yosra jmal
Tunisia

3rd form Tunisian pupils full term exam 3
 
Language (……… / 10 marks): 1- Put the bracketed words in the right tense or form. (3.5 marks): Climate change is changing our economy, health and communities in different ways. Climate change (have) ……………………………. a significant impact on the water supplies in the coming decades. A new analysis, (perform) ……………………………. by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), examined the effects of global warming on water supply. The study found that more than 1,100 counties will face (tremendous) …………………………. high risks of water shortages by mid-century as the result of global warming. Solving global warming improves our lives by cleaning up air pollution while (invest) ……………………………. in clean energy, green jobs and smart energy solutions. We need to drive smarter cars, save money with energy efficient homes and offices, and build (good) ……………………………. communities and transportation networks. Extreme events occurred and the frequency and intensity of some of them is likely to worsen with climate change. Climate change is one of the most serious public health (threaten) ……………………………. facing the world, but few people are aware of how it can affect them. Children, the elderly, and communities living in poverty are the (vulnerable) ………………………..…………….. 2- Circle the right options. (3.5 marks): Nizamuddin, from the village Mina Bazar, is a six-year old boy who was born (mental / mentally / mentality) retarded and dumb. He was the son of a poor farmer. (Exclusion / Excluding / Excluded) from local schools, Nizamuddin was never taught social etiquettes and became further and further separated from mainstream society. Nevertheless, his father tried to (switch / integrate / enroll) his son in every school of the area. He sensed deep sadness in Nizamuddin’s eyes as he saw all the other children (carrying / carry / to carry) on their normal lives. Nizamuddin received his first opportunity in life (where / whose / when) Human Development Foundation (HDF) opened a child-friendly school in his village. In a record time of three months, he is now able to write the English alphabet and communicate by actions. His personality has switched (from / by / into) a complete stranger to an effective member of society. Now, (although / despite / Because) his handicap, Nizamuddin is recognized for the intelligent and lovable child in his community.  3- Fill in the blanks with words in the list. There are two extra words! (3 marks): who – pursue – making – where – pace – flexibility – qualifications – offered As technology progresses and the world becomes more reliant upon Internet functions, online learning has gained popularity and functionality. Online classes are ………………………. by institutions ranging from major universities to junior and community colleges. You can get your AA, certification, and even ……………………………. a doctoral degree without having to step foot into a classroom. The ……………………………. of online learning is one of its greatest benefits. Most courses are specifically created in a manner that allows students to complete work at their own ……………………………. and convenience, whenever they have enough time to spare. There are typically few time-based requirements, ……………………………. online learning one of the few options for students who work or have children. Since students can choose when they are working on their studies, they are more likely to devote their full attention to the task at hand. In addition to everyday obstacles, online learning provides a solution for individuals ……………………………. may be facing financial obstacles that might make education impossible.

1 Dec 2013