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Mega Goal 2
Expansion 1 to 3
By "Mazin A.zamil"

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Vocabulary
Write the word that does not belong.

 

Vocabulary
Write the word that does not belong.

 

1. extraterrestrial, space, universe, desert island.
2. leader, technology, empire, historical.
3. cash, prize, encounter, win.

Choose the best answer to each question.

4. What problem does the picture show?.
a dripping computer
a flat computer
a broken computer
a torn computer

5. What problem does the picture show?

a dead battery
a missing battery
a flat battery
a leaky battery

6. What problem does the picture show?

a loose windowpane
a worn windowpane
a dripping windowpane
a broken windowpane

7. What problem does the picture show?

a cracked faucet
a loose faucet
a dripping faucet
a scratched faucet
Grammar
Write the past participle of the verb in parentheses.
Grammar
Write the past participle of the verb in parentheses.
11. The button on that shirt needs to be _______. (sew)
12.The car was ________ in the accident. (damage)
13. Don’t drink out of that _________ glass. (crack)

Choose the best answer to fill in each blank.

14. Omar went to school today _________ being sick.
although
in spite of
so that
as soon as
15. I can’t wait to find out what happens! Call me _______ you know.
even though
in spite of
so that
as soon as
16. I am going to buy these shoes __________ they are expensive.
even though
in spite of
when
so many that
17. Our refrigerator isn’t working properly. It ________.
need to be fixed
needs to be fixed
needs be fixed
needs fixed.
18. Our house looks much better since we _________.
got repainted
get repainted
had it repainted
had repainted it
Reading
Read the text and answer the questions. Write T or F at the end of each question/statement.
Reading
Read the text and answer the questions. Write T or F at the end of each question/statement.

Curling was made an official sport in the Winter Olympics in 1988. When spectators watched the first curling match in the Olympics, many people in the audience did not know anything about the game. They thought that it was a new sport. However, in site of the fact that curling is little-known, it has been around for hundreds of years.

In the sport of curling, a team of players slide stones across the ice to reach a target spot. The stones are made of granite, a naturally-occurring hard rock. Each team throws eight stones. The stones that are closest to the target spot gain points for their team.

The name curling comes from the movement of the stones on the ice. When a stone was thrown, it would often curve, or curl,as it slid across the ice. This game involves more skill and strategy than it first appears. In fact, good players spend so much time thinking about where to throw their stone that curling has been referred to as “chess on ice.” The stones need to be thrown skillfully to land in the target spot.

In the 1500s, curling was a recreational sport in Scotland. Friends and family gathered on frozen lakes, or lochs to play. They used ordinary flat stones that they gathered from the ground. The first curling club was established in Scotland in 1668. The first curling club in the United States was founded in 1830. Today, curling is played in many countries around the world, including Canada, the U.K., the U.S., Norway, Sweden and Japan. Even though curling is an Olympic sport, it can be played by almost anyone.

 

 

 

19. Curling is an Olympic sport. ____
True
False
20. Curling is a new sport. ____
True
False
21. The first curling club was established in the United States. ____
True
False
22. Curling is often played in countries that have cold weather. ____
True
False
23. The name curling comes from the movement of the player’s body. ____
True
False
Read the text again and choose the best answer to each question.
Read the text again and choose the best answer to each question.
24. What is granite?
a frozen pond or lake
a way of throwing
a man-made rock
a natural, hard rock
25. What is a loch?
a lake
a rock
ice
a team
Listening
Listen to the text and answer the questions. Write T or F at the end of each question/ statement.
26. Dr. James A. Naismith was a physicist. ____
True
False
27. Dr. Naismith needed to create a game that could be played indoors in summer. ____
True
False
28. Naismith put two apple baskets on opposite walls of the gymnasium. ____
True
False
29. The team that managed to drop the ball into the basket won. ____
True
False
30. Initially, basketball was played with a football. ____
True
False
31. At first, someone had to climb a ladder to ­get the ball out of the basket. ____
True
False
32. Open baskets were introduced immediately. ____
True
False
33. After the introduction of open baskets, the game became faster. ____
True
False
34. Until backboards were introduced, spectators had to push away the ball. ____
True
False
35. In the early days, each team was made up of ten players. ____
True
False
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