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أوراق عمل مراجعة اللغة الإنجليزية الصف العاشر الفصل الثالث


PART 1: READING PASSAGE 1

Directions: Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. Refer to the text to check your answers when appropriate

A TALE OF Two COUNTRIES

call it the "Hermit Kingdom. " It is a place where the outside world has been walled Off. American music is illegal here and you can get executed for watching soap operas. This is not a make- believe world in a science fiction novel. It's a square mile nation hanging off the east coast of China. It is one of the nations in the world and it is armed with nuclear It is North Korea. Immediately to the south lies a nation with one Of the world's richest economies. About one -third Of all phones and TVs are made here. The people of this nation are among the world's most educated. Unemployment is low, job security is high, and workers in this nation enjoy the highest salaries in Asia. It is South Korea. The people of this nation share origins with their northern neighbor, but they have since grown far apart

The People's Republic of Korea (known to Westerners as North Korea) was founded in 1945 after World War II. Their neighbor at the end of the Korean Peninsula, South Korea or the Republic of Korea, was
established at the same time. These two nations have an unusual history. For one thing, they have technically been at war since 1950

Though they were born at the same time, these two countries had different parents. The United States supgXrted South Korea in its infancy. China and the Union supported North Korea. The U.S. and the
Soviet Union may have ended World War II as allies, but they had different ways of organizing their The U.S. is a capitalist country. That means that some people are rich and some people are Resources
are distributed unevenly. Business is owned by private entities. The Soviet Union claimed to have a communist system. That means that everybody supposedly gets the same. Resources are distributed more evenly. Business is owned in "common" by the government. These two nations raised North and South Korea in their own images

North Korea and South Korea share a Since they are locked in state Of perpetual war, it's not abregular boarder with a simple checkpoint. The border they share is known as a "demilitarized zone." A
demilitarized zone is supposed to be free from military installations. Yet, the Korean Demilitarized Zone is the most heavily militarized border in the world. Both nations have their biggest guns lined-up on the divide and pointed at the other side. It is literally the opposite of what the phrase "demilitarized zone" implies

The two Koreas went to war in The North attacked and took over much of South Korea. But the United States jumped in and pushed the North Koreans back to the Chinese border. Then China got involve-d and pushed the Americans and South Koreans back The nations agreed to a ceasefire. Millions Of people were and the living returned to their original boundaries. The war never officially ended, though combat has ceased for the most part

After the war, South Korea was one Of the nations in the world. In the average citizen made $79 a year. The country did not have a lot of natural resources to sell. but they did have many hardworking people. During the the country began manufacturing Selling these to in other nations made South Korea rich. They now have one of the largest and most thriving in the world. As Of 2012, the average Korean citizen makes around $32,020 a year

The economy Of North Korea is dramatically different. Since its birth in the 1940s, North Korea has of the most duded countries in the world. The promote an idea of self-reliance that they call Juche Under this idea, they do little to no trading with other nations. Up until the 1980s, they received large cash infusions from China and the Soviet Union. But the Soviet Union fell apart in the 80s and separate capitalist countries, of which Russia is largest. Without the Soviet contributions, North Korea entered a long of famine that lasted through the was hard to come by and some estimate that millions of people starved to death. Still, the country persisted when much of the world thought that it would fall apart.
Not only did they survive, they managed to build a nuclear arsenal during this time. Some day Korea may be unified again. It unlikely now, but stranger things have Yet. even if they did unify, how could these very different s«ieties acclimate to one another? They have grown in different directions. One country is among the wealthiest. the other amongst the pcxrest. The average North Korean male is estimated to five-inches shorter than a South Korean (some suspect of malnutrition. With such big differences, will they ever able to eye to eye


Part l: Reading

Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. Refer to the text to check your answers when appropriate

PASSAGE 1

Televisions show sounds and pictures. They get data from cables, discs, or over-the-air signals. They turn this data into sounds and images. People watch news and shows on them. You probably call them TVs

John Baird made the first TV in 1925. It one color. It could only show 30 lines. This was just enough for a face. It didn't work well, but it was a start

The first TV station was set up in 1928. It was in New York. Few people TVs. The broadcasts were not meant to watched. They a Felix the Cat doll for two hours a day. The doll spun around on a record player. They were It took many years to get it right

By the end Of the TVs were working well. America got its first taste at the 1939 World's Fair

This was one of the biggest events ever. There were small, black and white TVs set up around the fair. The U.S. President gave a speech over the TVs. The TVs were only five inches big but the loved it

They wanted TVs. But World War II was going on during this time. Factories were busy making guns and bombs. When the war was over, TV spread across the country

By 1948 there were 4 big TV networks in America. They aired their shows from 8 to 11 each night

shows were aired at Other times. Most Of the time, nothing was shown at all. TV was not "always on" like it is now Color TVs came out in 1953. They cost too much money for most. Also, shows were aired in black and white. By 1965, color TVs were TV stations started airing shows in color. People had to switch if they wanted to see the shows

Now most TVs are high-def. This means that they have many lines on them. This makes the image clear. TVs have come a long way since Baird's 30 line set. High-def TVs have lines. There are state Of the art sets called 4K TVs. These TVs have 3,840 lines. people watch TV in 3D. I wonder what they will come up with next. Smell-o-vision anyone

1. When did color TVs come Out
 

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