أوراق عمل Revision & Reading Comprehension اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السابع

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أوراق عمل Revision & Reading Comprehension اللغة الإنجليزية الصف السابع


AL-HIKMAH PRIVATE SCHOO

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

GRADE 7

-Read the text and answer the questions. Circle the correct answers

Birds are very interesting animals. They come in all shapes and sizes and sometimes beautiful colours. Thele are many different types of birds, from ducks and geese in rivers and lakes, to birds Of prey that are carnivores and eat other animals and insects. The smallest bird in the world is the male bee hummingbird, which is only 7 cm long. The tallest bird is the 2.7 metres tall ostrich which can weigh up to a staggering 120 kg

Some birds can also sing Why do they sing? Most experts believe that birds sing to with each Other. We are lucky that they Often make such a sound when they are 'talking' to each other! Birds of prey are a type of bird. They are camivores, which means they eat meat and these birds eat
other birds and animals. They have sharp, curved beaks and strong, sharp nails or talons. An example of a bird Of prey is the falcon, which is the national bird Of the UAE

The UAE is famous for birds that migrate during the cold winter months in other countries. Some birds fly more than 3(ÅH) kilometres to get to the UAE from colder countries, and then fly back when the weather changes. The UAE is half way between EuroFR and Asia, so it makes a perfect place for birds to stop on their long joumeys

 

-Reading Comprehension

A brief history of PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The earliest form of public transm»rt was water tranw•t. Boats and rafts made of reeds, wcx.)d and animal skins were used as ferries in places as far apart as Egypt and South America. In Ixe, with sails wereused in Mesopotamia (now Iraq) and by 20M) bee, theEgyptians had boats th a single sail that travelledalong the River Nile rly Chinese engineers built canals for carrying boats. The Grand Canal was begun in the fifth ntury BCE. It wasabout 1780 kilometres long. Canal locks were first usedfrom about 500 bee, also China. The first importantcanal in Europe was the Canal du Midi in France,completed in 1681

The railway age in Britain with RichardTrevithick's steam railway locomotive in 1814. The firstlMssenger railway was opened in 1825 in the north ofEngland. At first. were worried they wouldn'tbe able to breathe while travelling so fast — the first trainsreached of 25 kilometres hour! The coming ofthe railways revolutionized travel. Long-distance railwaysopened up the USA and Canada; remote farming areas inlndia and South America were nked with major ports

The first buses were introduced in France in 1827 byStanilasBaudry. They were pulled by horses and they werecalled voitures omnibus. Omnibuses in London in 185(kould carry up to atx»ut 20 passengers. Within a few years,an open deck was added to carry more passengers.Travelling on the upper deck was charged at half fare. Road travel changed forever when the first motor car
was built by Karl Benz in 1885. Horse-drawn buses they were replaced by buses with I engines. And, of course, ars to take over the roads

 

-Read the following passage then answer the questions

Reading Comprehension (Bundle of Sticks)

Once upon a time, an old man lived with his three sons in a village. All three of his sons were hard workers. However, they couldn't agree with each other and quarrelled all the time. The old man tried hard to unite them, but he failed. While the villagers admired their hard work and efforts, they also made fun of them for quarrelling

Months passed by and the old man fell ill. He asked his sons to united, but none of them listened to his words. So, he decided to teach them a lesson to make them put aside their differences and
stay united 

The old man called his sons to him. He told them, 'l will give you a bundle of sticks. You must separate each stick from the bundle and break it into two pieces. The one who breaks the sticks most quickly will rewarded more

The sons agreed. The old man gave a bundle of sticks to each of them. The sons tc.x)k each stick from the bundle and broke it into pieces within minutes. They immediately started to quarrel among
themselves as to who came first.
The old man said, 'Dear sons, the game is not over. Now I will give you each another bundle of sticks. This time you must break the sticks as a bundle, not as separate sticks. ' The sons agreed and began to try to break their bundle of sticks. Try as they might, they could not break it

The sons told their father about their failure to complete the task. old man replied, 'Dear sons, see! You could easily break the single sticks into pieces, but you were not able to break the bundle!
The sticks were the same. If you quarrel with your brothers all the time, you will easily defeated. But if you stay united, nobcxiy can harm you. I beg you to stay united.' The three sons finally understocki the power of unity and promised their father that whatever the problem, they would all stay together. Moral: Unity is strength

 

Hello everyone! My name is Lucy and this is my beloved grandfather! His name is Tim and he is my best friend. My grandfather is sixty -four years old and he is retired now, so he has plenty of time to be and play with me. I love him very much and I know he loves me tcw We usually spend a lot of time together

He is a widow and he lives with me, my father, my mother and my brother Kevin. We live in a big house in Fort Collins, Colorado. My grandfather is a very tall and strong man! Can you me on his shoulders in this picture? He is really strong! My grandfather is a patient and caring man and sometimes I think he is a magician. He's always guessing what I want to do or to eat or what I feel inside!. When I am
sad, he always makes me laugh with his funny faces. He puts me on his shoulders, hc tells me many stories (l know they are imaginary. but I pretend they are real!). he even sings for me! Everyday my grandfather Tim prepares my breakfast, he drives me school and picks me up at the end of classes, he helps me with my school work, he takes me to the swimming-pool, he plays chess with me
and he counts the stars with me. You know, my grandfather is the only grown-up I know who truly understands me. I love him very much



 

 

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