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مُساهمةموضوع: اوراق ذهبية إنشاء 4   السبت أكتوبر 04, 2008 8:51 am


Composition


There will be only one question which is:

Write a well-organized essay about one of the following:

- Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of -------

- Compare and contrast --------- and --------

- Tell about ------ that you passed through. (narrative)

- Describe how ------- looks like (descriptive)
Comprehension


The lecturer asks the students to prepare and study these passages(17-18-19-20)

The passage will not be from the course. However, the following two questions are expected:



1. Explain the meaning of the words and expressions in italics:

These had settled down for the winter at Chippenham.

(= dwelled)



Have you settled your account yet?

(= paid)



They settled in Australia before the war.

(= lived)



It’s time we settled this question.

(= resolved – answered)



He settled all his property on his wife.

(= gave formally, especially in a will)



The Danes were no longer fit for prolonged battle.

(= good enough for fighting)



Does that coat fit you?

(= suit in size and shape)



I can’t fit all these clothes into this suitcase.

(= find sufficient space for something into a place)



He may win the race today. He’s extremely fit and in good form.

(= well trained or in good health because of regular exercise)



He wrote that book in a sudden fit of energy.

(= rush)



It’s a good idea, but it doesn’t fit in with our plans.

(= correspond)



These efforts help to mask the . . . trivialities of the plots.

( = stories)



We plottedour course on the map.

(= made a diagram)



They are plottingto bring about the downfall of the government.

(= conspiring)



Now that I’ve got this plot, I’ll be able to build a house when I can afford it.

(= plan)



No benefactions and research endowments can make up forthe change in character which the city has suffered.

(= repay)



My wife and I quarrelled last night and we haven't made it up yet.

(= reconciled)



He is a peculiar person. I simply can't make him out.

(= understand him)



At six in the morning the old courts shake to the roar of buses.

(= blocks of flats)



The magistrate cleared the court.

(= a place where a trail is held)



It was a struggle between the court and the peasants.

(= the chief royal palace)



I think he’s courting the girl next door.

(= pay attention and spending time with a certain woman hoping to marry)



To do that would be to court disaster.

(= to risk something bad often foolishly)



He will not suffer from the fear of death, sincethe things he cares for will continue.

(= as long as)



I have not seen him sincelast year.

(= from a date in the past to the present time)



When anyone opens a current account at a bank, he is leading the bank money.

(= To keep money there)



I can't settle my account until next month.

(= To clearance, finishing and ending)



How do you account for his change of attitude?

(= Clarify, explain, and gloss)



He gave an interesting account of his travels in China.

(= value, and destiny)



Please don't go to all this trouble on my account.

(= For me, appreciating, and estimation)



Trains were delayed on account of the bad weather.

(= Because of, and by reason of)



When it has been decided where we are going to drill, we put up at the surface an oil derrick.

(= provided, fixed)



It took them several hours to put out the fire.

(= extinguish, stop)



I would not put up with this sort of thing any longer.

(= tolerate, stand)



Because of the bad weather, the match has been put off until the next week.

(= postponed, delayed)



Once we get down to the oil, it usually flows to the surface.

(= The moment - As soon as - When)



I am ashamed to say I have been only to the louver once.

(= in one occasion - one time)



Once upon a time there was a poor woodcutter who lived in a forest.

(= A long time ago)



Isee him once in a while.

(= occasionally)



I will come at once.

(= immediately)



All at once there was a loud explosion.

(= Suddenly)

It does mean that noise is less dangerous than, say, being brought up in an orphanage—which really is a mental health hazard.

(= raised)



The question was recently brought up in Parliament.

(= discussed / raised)



The boxer was knocked out in the first round. It took a long time to bring him round.

(= overcome him)



The whole scene brought back the days of my childhood.

(= reminded)



Their wonderful performance brought down the house.

(= affected the audience / overexerted them)



Can you bring to mind what happened on the fourth of July?

(= recall)



Difficult conditions will sometimes bring out a man’s best qualities.

(= demonstrate)



It is almost always due to some very special circumstances that traces of land animals survive.

(= because of)



The train is due to arrive in three minutes.

(= should /expected to)



It is due to him to say what he did last night.

(= up to him)

Halifax lies due North from here.

(=exactly, before the directions)



2. Complete the following sentences:

-Tell me where ….

-Tell me where she is.



- I do not know why …..

- I do not know why you are angry.



-Ask him how …..

-Ask him how he learned to drive a car.



-Did he tell you when …..

-Did he tell you when he got his license?



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