(EOY Examination) اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الحادي عشر عام مع الإجابات

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(EOY Examination) اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الحادي عشر عام مع الإجابات 


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Part 1

Read the text. For Questions 1 — 5, choose the correct answer 'A — True', 'B — False' or 'C — Not given' for each statement

For Questions 6 — 10, circle the correct answers A-E and A-G on your answer
sheet

The first one is done for you

The History of Early Cinema

In its first thirty years, cinema grew very quickly. It started in just a few big cities — New York, London, Paris and Berlin — but soon became across the world, attracting more and more and replacing other forms of entertainment. These large movie audiences needed places to see the films

so, the 'great picture palaces' Of the 1920s became more elegant and glamourous than theatres and opera -houses. Meanwhile, films themselves went from being short •spots', only a couple of minutes long, to the full-length feature that we know today

Although some people think that the French, German, or British invented cinema, it was mainly the French who exported cinema to China, Japan, Latin America and Russia so that these countries could start an industry Of their own. In terms Of artistic development, it was again the French and the Americans who took the lead, though in the years prior to 1914 Italy, Denmark and Russia also played a part

In the end, the United States became, and remains, the largest single market for films. The Americans started to dominate the world market by 1914. The Of film-making moved to Hollywood, and it is films from these new Hollywood studios that have filled the world's film markets since that time. Few film industries have close to The Italian industry almost In Scandinavia, Swedish cinema had a brief of sucr,ess, but because its films were mainly about what happened in Sweden, their audience was limited. Even French cinema found it self in a difficult position

took the lead artistically as well as industrially. Hollywood films were more popular because they had better plots, their effects were more impressive and the star system meant the actors became idols

None of this would have happened without technology. In the early years, this art form was quite basic. Early cinema were a mixture Of comic sketches, brief episcxies and some animated films. With the Americans' first feature-length films, other types of films became less important. Cartoons and newsreels became a separate branch Of film -making, generally practised outside the major studios, and were usually shown as short items before the main feature. However, with Walt Disney, animated films went from just short clips to major full-length films


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Part 2

Read the text and answer questions 11 -17 on the next page. For each question choose A, B, C or D

Travelling in Dubai

If one compares how people used to move around Dubai in the 1990s and how they do now, they will in for a huge surprise. In the 1990s Dubai's centre did not exist the way we know it now. The main roads had a maximum of two lanes each direction, there was no metro system, one could hardly find a taxi and traffic jams were very rare. The picture nowadays is totally different

Driving in Dubai is the usual way of getting around the Emirate. There are good quality motorways and an efficient, modern network of roads in the city. However, with increased traffic congestion. many Dubai residents are looking for other means of transport

The common form of public is the taxi. They are found all over Dubai and are safe, quite and convenient, except during the rush hour when you are likely to be stuck in a traffic jam For a less stressful journey, using Dubai's fast and efficient network of public transport is a sensible option. There is the fully automated metro rail network, which has been a great success since it opened in 2009, with tens of thousands of
residents using it for their daily commute. Connecting the metro to the Jumeirah tram route in 2014 was one of the first steps to the expansion and integration of the public transport system. There are also plans to link the metro with the new UAE national railway network, Etihad Rail, which will carry both passengers and freight throughout the Emirates

Then there are the buses that run frequently throughout Dubai and conned it with the six other Emirates. Travelling by bus is increasingly as routes and schedules are improved. They are clean, comfortable, air and cheap

Away from land there are water buses, taxis and the traditional abra. Crossing the Dubai Creek in a wooden abra or a new electric water bus is a safe and relaxing way to travel. And if you want to navigate the Arabian Sea or would just prefer to travel without other then an air-conditioned water taxi is perfect

the way to travel in Dubai is becoming easier every year as the continues to improve the public system especially with Expo 2020 in mind. Moreover, Vision 2030 which looks for the total non-petroleum related transactions to 95% of the country's economic activity, takes for granted that in order to attract more tourists and make Dubai the centre of world travel, larger state - of-the-art public networks are urgently required

 

Reading

Part 3

Read the short texts (21-25) and match each one with the heading A to H
each heading only once

The first one is done for you

There are two headings you do not need

Example: I don't know what the future holds. but I'm sure there won't be many green spaces left. Scientists predict that in 50 years, the weather will even hotter and all the icebergs in Antarctica will melt, causing sea levels to rise. If we don't do something pollution now, our planet won't a healthy place to live

Currently, more than half the people in the world live in cities and that number will continue to rise. This. of course will create a housing problem and buildings will need to host much greater of residents. My brother believes that in 20 years will live in skyscrapers taller than the Burj Khalifa I think that in the next years, all will use the same currenc

Small developing countries will gain more stability and certainty from a single world currency. Trading nations will become more effcient. It will also be easier for people to travel because they won't have to one currency for another

I don't think that we'll ever use flying cars, but there are already of driverless cars. Experts believe that driverless vehicles will be one of the principal means of in the future. This is particularly important since
researchers that computer-driven cars will result in less serious injuries caused by accidents

Smart home automation is the way of the future. Researchers are already developing to help reduce energy and make homes energy- efficient. Sensors will be able to tell which are empty and reduæ the arnount of electricity used in them. For example, lights will be dimmed and air conditioning will adjusted In a hundred years, schools won't use paper. Instead, every student will use a tablet or a laptop. Homework and exams will all be done online and students will be able to complete group projects more efficiently. It will help both teachers and students! This will save trees and help with global warming

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