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حل درس Away from home لغة إنجليزية الصف السابع

Living Emirates Magazine

Half a World Away

Life in the 21st century can require all of us to be flexible and mobile. Many jobs need us to move from place to place or country to country

Living Emirates Magazine spoke to two families who have made international moves, to find out how they dealt with the challenges

The travellers

Rashid Ansari and his wife Saeeda took their two sons, Saif, 10, and Hassan, 12, to London for two years when Rashid was sent there for work

What the kids say

Saif: I liked living in London, although we lived in a flat there, not like our villa here in Dubai

Hassan : I didn't want to go to London, because I thought I would miss my friends. But we kept in touch with video calls and I wrote a blog for my English class back in Dubai. In the end, I almost didn't want to come home because I had made good friends in London, but now I'm glad to be back in Dubai

sons, Saif, 10, and Hassan, 12, to London for two years when Rashid was sent there for work

A tough decision

Rashid: When my office in Dubai told me they wanted me to move to London for a two- year position, it was difficult to decide what to do It was important to us to stay together as a family, but moving to London would change our lives and the boys' education. In the end, we decided to make the move together. I felt it was important for the boys to have the influence of both their parents. If I had gone to London alone, Saeeda would have had to manage alone, and the boys can be a bit of a handful

The right decision for us

Saeeda: When Rashid first told me that his company had asked him to work in London, I was very worried. I was worried about being left alone here in Dubai with the boys, but I was also worried about moving so far away to a country where I have no family or friends. In the end, we decided it would be best to be together, so we took the plunge. Looking back, it was definitely the right decision for us. We made many new friends, and the boys benefitted so much from seeing their father every day. If anything, I think that moving away for a while made us more proud to be Emirati. We often had to explain things about Dubai and the UAE to our new friends in London
  

Living Emirates Magazine

Half a World Away

Life in the 21st century can require all of us to be flexible and mobile. Many jobs need us to move from place to place or country to country

Living Emirates Magazine spoke to two families who have made international moves, to find out how they dealt with the challenges

The travellers

Rashid Ansari and his wife Saeeda took their two sons, Saif, 10, and Hassan, 12, to London for two years when Rashid was sent there for work

What the kids say

Saif: I liked living in London, although we lived in a flat there, not like our villa here in Dubai

Hassan : I didn't want to go to London, because I thought I would miss my friends. But we kept in touch with video calls and I wrote a blog for my English class back in Dubai. In the end, I almost didn't want to come home because I had made good friends in London, but now I'm glad to be
back in Dubai

sons, Saif, 10, and Hassan, 12, to London for two years when Rashid was sent there for work

A tough decision

Rashid: When my office in Dubai told me they wanted me to move to London for a two- year position, it was difficult to decide what to do It was important to us to stay together as a family, but moving to London would change our lives and the boys' education. In the end, we decided to make the move together. I felt it was important for the boys to have the influence of both their parents. If I had gone to London alone, Saeeda would have had to manage alone, and the boys can be a bit of a handful

The right decision for us

Saeeda: When Rashid first told me that his company had asked him to work in London, I was very worried. I was worried about being left alone here in Dubai with the boys, but I was also worried about moving so far away to a country where I have no family or friends. In the end, we decided it would be best to be together, so we took the plunge. Looking back, it was definitely the right decision for us. We made many new friends, and the boys benefitted so much from seeing their father every day. If anything, I think that moving away for a while made us more proud to be Emirati. We often had to explain things about Dubai and the UAE to our new friends in London

 

Answer these questions about thee article magazin on page 18 of the Coursebook

1 The article is about

a. holidays abroad

b. moving abroad for work

c. digital technology

2 The Ansari family spent in

a. Dubai

b. London

c. Abu Dhabi

3 How old are the Ansari children

a. ten and eleven

b. eight and ten

C. ten and twelve

 Why did the parents want to go to London

a. It would be good for the boys' education

b. They have family and friends there

C. They wanted to stay together as a family

 How did Hassan stayin touch with his friends in Dubai

a. He used video calls and wrote a blog

b. He called them on the phone

C. He wrote letters

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