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PREPARATORY CLASS
‫إعداد‬
ً‫القرٌش‬ ‫خضٌر‬ / ‫المدرس‬
‫للبنٌن‬ ‫النعمانٌة‬ ‫إعدادٌة‬
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English For Iraq
‫الوحدة‬‫االولى‬
/ ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571
SIXTH
PREPARATORY CLASS
‫ِفشدحص‬
‫أؿٛرش‬‫أؾخءح...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 minor ٞٛٔ‫ػخ‬ 11 dizzy ‫دح٠خ‬ 21 swollen َ‫ِظٛس‬
2 health ‫فلش‬ 12 li...
SB : Page.7 :: B : I've hurt my wrist. C : see you soon. D : How did you do it ?
E : be sure. F: Is it broken ? H: How lon...
( work ; working ) , (go ; going ) , ( play ; playing ) : ٌ٤٤‫صـ‬ ٕٝ‫ه‬ ( -ing ) 1-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُـ‬ ‫صؤمي‬ ‫ث٫ػض٤جه٣ز‬
: ( -i...
MeaningWordNo.MeaningWordNo.MeaningWordNo.
٢ِٚ٣praying23‫ّجةـ‬tourist12) ّٞ‫٣ؼ‬ ( ٞ‫٣طل‬float1
‫أمجف‬frightened24ّ٬ْ‫د‬pea...
‫ط‬2:‫حاللٛحط‬ ٓ١‫ر‬ ِٓ ‫حٌقل١ق‬ ‫حٌـٛحد‬ ‫حخظش‬ /Q 2/ Choose the correct answer between the brackets :
).touristfrom Iraq...
. ‫بشًء‬ ‫اإلحساس‬ ‫أو‬ ‫الشعور‬ ‫ٌملك‬ ‫أو‬ ‫عنده‬ ‫الذي‬ ‫الشخص‬ ‫تصف‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الكلمات‬ ً‫وه‬ : )- ed ) -‫بالمقطع‬ ً‫تنت...
Q// Complete the following sentences : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ًّ‫حٌـ‬ ًّ‫حو‬ / ‫ط‬
1. Most people start smoking when they are ------....
SB.Page.10 :
1. Get enough sleep 2.Eat a balanced diet 3. Never miss breakfast 4. Take some exercise every day
5. Drink pl...
}used to{:‫كخالص‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٚطؼزش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حػظخد‬ ‫ِؼٕخ٘خ‬‫ٚٔؾخهخص‬ ‫ٚػخدحص‬. ‫حٌلخمش‬ ‫حٌٛلض‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫طلذع‬ ‫طؼذ‬ ٌُٚ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ ٟ...
AB.Page.15.
Life today is better than 50 years ago. For one thing, today schools have modern buildings whereas
they used t...
AB.A.Page.17.
There are thousands of car accidents a year which cause serious injuries. Most of these accidents
have one o...
AB.A.Page.19.
1. incorrect. 2. independent. 3.unfair. 4.unfortunate. 5.unhappy. 6.unhealthy.
7.unintelegent. 8.illegal. 9....
No. Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning
1 proud ًٞ‫كن‬ 8 shaking َٜ٣ 15 can ‫ػِذز‬
2 diabetes ١ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ 9 to no av...
AB.C.Page.24.
Latifa, Mustafa's mother , is a diabetic woman . One morning , Mustafa finds her unconscious. Firstly,
he tr...
English For Iraq
‫الوحدة‬‫ال‬‫ثانٌة‬
/ ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571
SIXTH
PREPARATORY CLASS
English For Iraq
‫ِف...
( ‫حٌّشوزش‬ ‫حألعّخء‬compound nouns. َ‫طخ‬ ٕٝ‫ِؼ‬ ٟ‫طؼط‬ ٟ‫ٌى‬ ‫أوؼش‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫ٚحكذس‬ ‫وٍّش‬ ِٓ ْٛ‫طظى‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حألعّخء‬ ٟ٘ٚ ...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 duty ‫ٝثؽخ‬ 9 commit a crime ‫ؽٌ٣ٔز‬ ‫٣ٌصٌخ‬
2 follow the law ٕٞٗ‫ثُوج‬ ‫٣ضذغ‬ 10 inve...
) must / have to / need to )
ٝ( ّ‫ث٩َُث‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ٌ٤‫ُِضؼذ‬ ّ‫صْضنو‬ ٍ‫أكؼج‬ ٢ٛ( Obligation( ‫ثًٌُٞٝر‬ ٝ‫أ‬Necessity( ‫ثُقجؽز‬...
should:ٚ( ‫حٌٕق١لش‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍظؼز١ش‬ ) ‫حٌؼخٌغ‬ ‫حٌذسط‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ( َ‫٠غظخذ‬ ‫ِغخػذ‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ٛ٘( Adviceٖ‫رؼذ‬ ٟ‫٠ؤط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫ٚ٠ـذ‬‫ِق...
should:ًٚ‫فؼ‬ ٛ٘‫ِغخػذ‬( ‫حٌظٛلغ‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍظؼز١ش‬ ) ‫حٌشحرغ‬ ‫حٌذسط‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ( َ‫٠غظخذ‬( Expectation،ٖ‫رؼذ‬ ٟ‫٠ؤط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫ٚ٠ـذ‬...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 military ١ٌٌْ‫ػ‬ 7 specialist ٢ٙ‫ثمضٚج‬ 13 supervise ‫٣ٌٖف‬
2 branch ...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 robbery ‫ٌّهز‬ 5 alerted ) ً‫في‬ ( ٚ‫ذ‬ُٗ 9 floor ‫ثُـٌكز‬ ًٛ‫ث‬
2 oc...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 brochure ‫ًٌثّز‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ًض٤خ‬ 6 basic ٢ّ‫أّج‬ 11 insurance ٖ٤ٓ‫صؤ‬
2 a...
No Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning
1 valuables ِ‫ٗلجة‬ 4 park َٙ٘‫ٓض‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ٓٞهق‬ 7 periodically ‫هًٝ٣ج‬
2 in...
6.civilian.5. supervise.n. 4. officer.3. maintai1. branches. 2. join.AB.A.Page.41:
AB.B.Page.41:
.limit. 4. speedmachinera...
No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning
1 invented ‫أمضٌع‬ 8 enforcement ٌٛ‫ك‬ 15 identify ‫٣ضؼٌف‬
2 detect ‫٣ٌ...
English For Iraq
‫الوحدة‬‫ال‬‫ثالثة‬
/ ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571
SIXTH
PREPARATORY CLASS
English For Iraq
‫ِف...
No. Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning
1 tourist ‫ّجةـ‬ 7 fine art ‫ؽٔ٤ِز‬ ٕٞ٘‫ك‬ 13 plumber ‫ّذجى‬
2 industry ‫...
AB. B. Page. 49.
1. What do you call a person who designs buildings ? An architect.
- What is an architect ? It's someone ...
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  1. 1. SIXTH PREPARATORY CLASS ‫إعداد‬ ً‫القرٌش‬ ‫خضٌر‬ / ‫المدرس‬ ‫للبنٌن‬ ‫النعمانٌة‬ ‫إعدادٌة‬ 07801166571 Prepared by Khudayir Al-Qurayshi An-Numaniyah Prep. School for Boys 07801166571 English For Iraq ‫ِفشدحص‬ ‫أؿٛرش‬‫أؾخءحص‬ ‫ِالكظ‬‫خص‬ ‫حٌغـخدط‬ٞ‫حالػذحد‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫لطغ‬‫ػخِش‬ ‫أعجٍش‬ 2015 ‫حٌـذ٠ذس‬ ‫حالعظ١ؼخر١ش‬ ‫حٌمطغ‬ ‫حمخفش‬ ‫رؼذ‬ ٞ‫حٌىٕخس‬ ‫ٚحعجٍش‬
  2. 2. English For Iraq ‫الوحدة‬‫االولى‬ / ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571 SIXTH PREPARATORY CLASS ‫ِفشدحص‬ ‫أؿٛرش‬‫أؾخءحص‬ ‫ِالكظخص‬ ٞ‫حالػذحد‬ ‫حٌغـخدط‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫لطغ‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫ػخِش‬ ‫أعجٍش‬
  3. 3. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 minor ٞٛٔ‫ػخ‬ 11 dizzy ‫دح٠خ‬ 21 swollen َ‫ِظٛس‬ 2 health ‫فلش‬ 12 lie down ‫٠نطـغ‬ 22 headache ‫فذحع‬ 3 suffer ٟٔ‫٠ؼخ‬ 13 wrist ) ‫سعغ‬ ( ُ‫ِؼق‬ 23 painkillers َ‫ح٢ال‬ ‫ِنخدحص‬ 4 toe َ‫حٌمذ‬ ‫افزغ‬ 14 sprained ٌٜٛ 24 throat ‫كٕـشس‬ 5 bleed ‫٠ٕضف‬ 15 lift ‫٠شفغ‬ 25 swallow ‫٠زٍغ‬ 6 shoulder ‫وظف‬ 16 gym ‫ؿّٕخعظه‬ ‫لخػش‬ 26 temperature ‫كشحسس‬ 7 hurt ٞ‫٠ئر‬ 17 twist ٍٞٛ٠ 27 sneeze ‫٠ؼطظ‬ 8 burnt ‫حكشق‬ 18 beach ً‫عخك‬ 28 bucket ) ً‫عط‬ ( ٌٛ‫د‬ 9 oven ْ‫فش‬ 19 sore ‫ِظمشف‬ 10 fractured ‫وغش‬ 20 knee ‫سوزش‬ ( hurt - sore - pain ) ‫حٌىٍّخص‬ ٓ١‫ر‬ ‫حٌظّ١١ض‬ ‫ٌغشك‬َ‫حعظخذح‬‫وٍّش‬ً‫رؾى‬‫فل١ق‬،ّٓ‫ف‬ً‫حألفن‬ْ‫أ‬‫طؼشف‬( ‫ٔٛػٙخ‬ً‫فؼ‬،ُ‫حع‬،‫ف‬:: ) ‫ٚ٘ىزح‬ ... ‫كشف‬ ، ‫ظشف‬ ، ‫فش‬ : ( hurt ) ٗ‫ٔفغ‬ ٛ٘ ‫حٌؼخٌغ‬ ‫ٚحٌظقش٠ف‬ ٗ١‫ِٚخم‬ ) ٞ‫٠ئر‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ٌُ‫٠ئ‬ ( ٖ‫ِٚؼٕخ‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ٛ٘ٚ ( hurt ) 1- Ex.1. My back often hurts me. Ex.2. My legs always hurt me. Ex.3.My feet hurt me yesterday. : ) ‫ِظمشف‬ ( ‫ِؼٕخ٘خ‬ ‫ففش‬ ٟ٘ٚ : ) sore ) 2- Ex.4. Ali's throat is sore. Ex.5. Her lips are sore. : ) ٌُ‫أ‬ ( ٖ‫ِٚؼٕخ‬ ُ‫حع‬ ٛ٘ٚ : ( pain ) 3- Ex.6. I have a pain in my wrist. Ex.7. The pains in my belly are terrible. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SB.Page.6 :: My Toe is bleeding. A.9 , B.11 , C.13 , D.5 , E.3 , F.8 , G.6 , H.2 , I.1 , J.4 , K.12 , L.10 , M.14 , N.7. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AB. A.Page.2 Treatment : bandage, cream, medicine, plaster, pills. Joints : ankle, elbow, knee, shoulder, wrist. Verbs : breathe, cough, faint, sneeze, swallow. Inside and outside the body : blood, bones, heart, skin, stomach. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AB. C. Page.3 1. sneeze. 2. sick. 3. bleeding. 4. hurt. 5. broken. 6. sore. 7. pain. 8. dizzy Verbs suffer, bleed, hurt, burnt, fractured, lie down, sprained, lift, twist, swallow, sneeze. Nouns health, toe, shoulder, oven, wrist, gym, beach, knee, headache, painkillers, throat, temperature, bucket. Adjectives minor, dizzy, sore, swollen. English for Iraq : ‫٠ٕضف‬ ِٟ‫لذ‬ ٟ‫حفزؼ‬My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson1 3 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  4. 4. SB : Page.7 :: B : I've hurt my wrist. C : see you soon. D : How did you do it ? E : be sure. F: Is it broken ? H: How long will I have to keep it ? ================================================================ -: ِٓ ْٛ‫٠ظى‬ ‫حٌّغظّش‬ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬( I , He, She, It ) + was V + ing ( They , We , You ) + were -) ً‫فخػ‬ + ٟ‫ِخم‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ( : ِٓ ْٛ‫٠ظى‬ ‫حٌزغ١و‬ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ 1-‫كذع‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ( ٖ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ؿٍّش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫حعظخذحِّٙخ‬ ٓ‫ٚ٠ّى‬ ، ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫كذع‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫٠ؼزش‬ ‫والّ٘خ‬ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ ْ‫رخ‬ ‫ػٍّخ‬ ... ) ‫آخش‬ ‫كذع‬ ‫ِٕظقف‬ ٟ‫ف‬ . ‫حأللقش‬ ‫حٌلذع‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫٠ؼزش‬ ‫حٌزغ١و‬ ٟ‫ٚحٌّخم‬ ‫أألهٛي‬ ‫حٌلذع‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫٠ؼزش‬ ‫حٌّغظّش‬ Ex.1. I was reading English when the light went out. Ex.2. They were cleaning the house and they found some money. 2-( ‫رؼذ‬ ‫حٌّغظّش‬ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ َ‫ٔغظخذ‬while , as: ‫رغ١و‬ ٟ‫ِخم‬ ‫ح٢خش‬ ‫حٌـٍّش‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ْٛ‫ٚ٠ى‬ ) we were sitting , Ali called me.WhileEx.3. she was drinking tea.whileEx.4. She dropped the cup they were having a picnic, it began to rain.AsEx.5. I was waiting for the bus.asEx.6. I met my old friend 3-( ‫رؼذ‬ ‫حٌزغ١و‬ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ َ‫ٔغظخذ‬when , and: ‫ِغظّش‬ ٟ‫ِخم‬ ‫ح٢خش‬ ‫حٌـٍّش‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ْٛ‫ٚ٠ى‬ ) Ex.7. He was having his breakfast and somebody knocked at the door. Ex.8. We were talking aloud when the teacher came quickly. Ex.9. When he hit the child, he was driving very fast. AB. B. Page. 5. 2. was having , knocked. 3. was cleaning , found. 4. was not driving , ran. 5. took , were swimming. 6. told , were making. 7. hid , was not looking. 8. was carrying , slipped , broke. AB. C. Page. 5. 1. ( I fell down ). ( a car hit me ) . ( I saw her ). ( I lost my cell phone ). 2. ( I made an accident ). ( a police arrested me ). ( a thief stole my money ). 3. ( my friend phoned me ). ( I drank coffee ). ( my uncle came ). 4. ( I studied English ). ( we looked at him ). ( he broke the window ). 5. ( the exam , asked me ) . ( scarf , came in ). ( the next match , left the class ). 6. ( I met my friend ) . ( a thief stole my bag ) . ( a child hit me ). English for Iraq My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson 1 1English for Iraq I was ice - skating and I fell overUnit 1 Lesson 2 ‫البسٌط‬ ً‫والماض‬ ‫المستمر‬ ً‫الماض‬ 4 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  5. 5. ( work ; working ) , (go ; going ) , ( play ; playing ) : ٌ٤٤‫صـ‬ ٕٝ‫ه‬ ( -ing ) 1-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُـ‬ ‫صؤمي‬ ‫ث٫ػض٤جه٣ز‬ : ( -ing ) ‫ٝٗٞ٤ق‬ ٚ‫ٗقيك‬ ( e ) 2-‫دجُقٌف‬ ٢ٜ‫ص٘ض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬ ( drive ; driving ) , ( come ; coming ) ,( write ; writing ) , ( live ; living ) , ( move ; moving ) { dye ; dyeing } , { be ; being, { singe ; singeing } , { age ; ageing }. :: ‫ػوث‬ ( agree; agreeing ) ,( knee; kneeing ) , ( free ; freeing ). :( - ee ‫ٓج‬ ‫ٝػوث‬٘٣( ‫دـ‬ ٢ٜ‫ض‬ : (- ing ) 3-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُقٌف‬ ‫ٗٞجػق‬ ‫ػِز‬ ‫فٌف‬ ِٚ‫هذ‬ ‫ٙق٤ـ‬ ‫دقٌف‬ ٢ٜ‫ص٘ض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ٌ٤‫ث٧م‬‫ٝٗٞ٤ق‬ ) ‫ثُٚق٤ـ‬ ( ( plan ; planning ) , ( beg ; begging ) , ( swim ; swimming ), ( stop ; stopping ) , ( cut ; cutting ) { open ; opening }, { happen ; happening },{ listen ; listening } : ( -en ) ‫ٓج‬ ‫ػوث‬‫دـ‬ ٢ٜ‫٣٘ض‬ ًٝ‫ػوث‬ ‫يُي‬:: ٌ٤‫ث٫م‬ ‫ثُٔوطغ‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫ك٤ٜج‬ ‫ثُضٖو٣و‬ ٌٕٞ٣ ٫ ٢‫ثُض‬ ٍ‫٧كؼج‬ ( visit ; visiting ) , ( target ; targeting ) , ( inherit ; inheriting ) ( die ; dying ) , ( tie ; tying ) , ( vie ; vying ) : ( ing ) ‫ٝٗٞ٤ق‬ ( y ) ٠ُ‫ث‬ ْٜ‫ٗوِذ‬ ( ie ) 4-‫دـ‬ ٢ٜ‫ص٘ض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ ٍ‫ث٫كؼج‬ ( look ; looked ),( change ; changed ) :ٌ٤٤‫صـ‬ ٕٝ‫ه‬ (ed , d ) 1-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ٜٗج٣ضٜج‬ ‫ٗٞغ‬ ) ‫ثُٖجىر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ( ‫ثُو٤جّ٤ز‬ . ٠‫كو‬ ) d ( ‫٣ٞجف‬ ‫ف٤ظ‬ :: { hear ; heard } : ‫ػوث‬ : ( ed ) 2-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُقٌف‬ ‫٣ٞجػق‬ ِٚ‫ػ‬ ‫دقٌف‬ ‫ْٓذٞم‬ ‫ٙق٤ـ‬ ‫دقٌف‬ ٢ٜ‫ص٘ض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ٌ٤‫ث٧م‬‫ٝ٣ٞجف‬ ) ‫ثُٚق٤ـ‬ ( ( stop ; stopped ) , ( prefer ; preferred ) , ( control ; controlled ) , ( plan ; planned ) , ( slip ; slipped ). { open ; opened ) , ( happen ; happened ) , ( listen ; listened } : ( en ) ‫ٓج‬ ‫ػوث‬‫دـ‬ ٢ٜ‫٣٘ض‬ ( study ; studied ) , ( cry ; cried ) : ( ed ) ‫ٝٗٞ٤ق‬ ( i ) ٚ‫ٗوِذ‬ ‫ٙق٤ـ‬ ‫دقٌف‬ ‫ْٓذٞم‬٠ُ‫إ‬ ( y ) 3-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫دـ‬ ٢ٜ‫ص٘ض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ ًٝ‫ػوث‬ ‫يُي‬‫ثُٔوطغ‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫ك٤ٜج‬ ‫ثُضٖو٣و‬ ٌٕٞ٣ ٫ ٢‫ثُض‬ ٍ‫٧كؼج‬ٌ٤‫ث٧م‬:: ( visit ; visited ) , ( target ; targeted ) , ( inherit ; inherited ) 4-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُضجُ٤ز‬‫ٓج‬: ‫ثُغجُظ‬ ‫ٝثُضٌٚ٣ق‬ ‫ثُٔٞجًع‬ ِ‫ٗل‬ ‫ٝ٤ٜج‬ ( beat , bet, beset, broadcast, burst, cast, cost, cut, fit, hit, hurt, knit, let, put, quit, rid, set , shed, shut, slit, spread, thrust, telecast ) 5-ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬‫ثُضجُ٤ز‬ٜ‫ٓضٖجد‬‫ز‬: ‫ُٜج‬ ‫ثُغجُظ‬ ‫ثُضٌٚ٣ق‬ ِ‫ٗل‬ ٞٛٝ ‫ٓجٝ٤ٜج‬ ٢‫ك‬ ( buy ; bought ) , ( bring ;brought ) , ( think ; thought ) , ( fight ; fought ) , ( seek ; sought ) , ( teach ; taught ) , ( catch ; caught ). ( pay ; paid ) , ( say ; said ) : ٠‫كو‬ ( d ) ‫ٝ٣ٞجف‬ ( i ) ٠ُ‫ث‬ ( y ) 6-‫ثُـ‬ ‫٣وِخ‬ ٖ٤٤ُ‫ثُضج‬ ٖ٤ِ‫ثُلؼ‬ ٢‫ك‬ English for Iraq My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson 1 1English for Iraq I was ice - skating and I fell overUnit 1 Lesson 2 5 )-ed ( ‫المقطع‬ ‫اضافة‬ :: ً‫الماض‬ ‫الى‬ ‫التحوٌل‬ )-ing ( ‫المقطع‬ ‫اضافة‬ ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  6. 6. MeaningWordNo.MeaningWordNo.MeaningWordNo. ٢ِٚ٣praying23‫ّجةـ‬tourist12) ّٞ‫٣ؼ‬ ( ٞ‫٣طل‬float1 ‫أمجف‬frightened24ّ٬ْ‫د‬peacefully13) ٌ‫ٕؼ‬ ( ِ‫أف‬felt2 ٍٞ‫ف‬around25ٖ٤ِّ‫ٌٓث‬reporters14‫٣وكغ‬push3 َ‫ثُْجف‬ ٌُ‫ف‬coastguard26‫ثػضوو‬thought15٢‫ثُٜٞثة‬ ٓ‫ثُلٌث‬airbed4 ‫أٗوي‬rescued27‫ٌٝح‬hit16ٌ٤‫مط‬dangerous5 ‫هجًح‬boat28َ‫هثم‬ ٠‫ّو‬fell into17ٌٓ‫ه‬shark6 ‫ٌٕ٣ي‬partner29ٜ‫ػ‬bit18‫أٗوي‬saved7 ‫ٟٞثًا‬emergency30‫ىًثع‬arm19‫أُٝ٤ز‬ ‫إّؼجكجس‬first aid8 ‫موٓجس‬services31‫٣لوو‬lose20َ‫ّجف‬beach9 ‫إّؼج‬ ‫ّ٤جًر‬‫ف‬ambulance32‫ٌٙك‬screamed21ٟ‫ٛجه‬calm10 ٫‫فج‬immediately33٢ُ‫ػج‬loud22ٌ‫ثُذق‬ َ‫ّجف‬seaside11 float, felt, push, saved, thought, hit, fell into, bit, lose, screamed, praying, frightened, rescued. Verbs airbed, shark, first aid, beach, seashore, tourist, reporters, arm, coastguard, boat, partner, emergency, services, ambulance. Nouns dangerous, calm, loud.Adjectives peacefully, around, immediately.Adverbs ‫ط‬1‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حالعجٍش‬ ‫حؿذ‬ /Q1 // Answer the following questions : 1-‫؟‬ ‫ٟجًم‬ ‫ٍ٣و‬ ٞٛ ٖٓ1. Who was Zaid Tariq ? -. ‫ثُؼٌثم‬ ٖٓ ‫ّجةـ‬ ٞٛ-He was a tourist from Iraq. 2-‫؟‬ ) ّٞ‫٣ؼ‬ (ٞ‫٣طل‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ٖ٣‫أ‬2. Where was he floating ? -‫ثُٖ٤ل‬ ٌّٕ ٢‫ك‬ ) ّٞ‫٣ؼ‬ ( ٞ‫٣طل‬ ٕ‫ًج‬٢‫ك‬.ٌٚٓ- He was floating in Sharm El- Sheikh in Egypt. 3-‫؟‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ ‫؟‬ ‫ثُٔجء‬ َ‫هثم‬ ٠‫ّو‬ َٛ3. Did he fall into the water ? Why ? -.ٙ‫دٖو‬ ٚ‫هكؼ‬ ‫هو‬ ‫ٓج‬ ‫ٕ٤تج‬ ٕ٫ ‫ثُٔجء‬ َ‫هثم‬ ٠‫ّو‬- He fell into the water because something pushed him hard. 4-‫؟‬ ٌٓ‫ثُو‬ َ‫كؼ‬ ‫ٓجىث‬4. What did the shark do ? -. ‫ٟجًم‬ ‫ىًثع‬ ٜ‫ػ‬- It bit Tariq's arm. 5-‫؟‬ ‫٣ٔٞس‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ‫ٕٝي‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ٚٗ‫دؤ‬ ‫ثػضوو‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬5. Why did he think he was about to die? -.ّ‫ثُو‬ ٖٓ ‫ًغ٤ٌث‬ ‫كوو‬ ٚٗ٧ ‫ىُي‬ ‫ثػضوو‬- He thought that because he was losing a lot of blood. 6-‫؟‬ ٚٓ‫ه‬ ‫كوو‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ َ‫كؼ‬ ‫ٓجىث‬6. What did he do when he lost his blood? -. ‫ثّضطجع‬ ‫ٓج‬ ٠ِ‫دؤػ‬ ‫ٌٙك‬- He screamed as loud as he could. 7-‫؟‬ ‫ٟجًم‬ ‫ثٗوجى‬ ْ‫ص‬ ‫ً٤ق‬7. How was Tariq saved ? -. ٌٓ‫ثُو‬ ‫ٝمٞكش‬ ُٚٞ‫ف‬ ‫هثةٌر‬ ٖ٤‫ه٫ك‬ ‫ّش‬ ‫ٙ٘ؼش‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ٙ‫إٗوجى‬ ْ‫ص‬ - He was saved when six dolphins made a circle around him and frightened the shark away. 8-‫؟‬ ‫ً٤ق‬ ‫؟‬ ‫ٟجًم‬ ‫أٗوي‬ ٖٓ8.Who rescued Tariq? How ? -. ‫هجًح‬ ‫دٞثّطز‬ ٙ‫أٗوي‬ , َ‫ثُْٞثف‬ ٌ‫مل‬ ٖٓ , ١ِٞ‫ثُؼ‬ َ٤ٔ‫ؽ‬- Jameel Elalawi, the coastguard, rescued him by boat. 9-١ِٞ‫ثُؼ‬ َ٤ٔ‫ؽ‬ َ‫كؼ‬ ‫ٓجىث‬‫؟‬ ٌٚ٣ٌٕٝ9. What did Jameel Elalawi and his partner do? -.‫ث٩ّؼجف‬ ‫ّ٤جًر‬ ‫هػج‬ ٌٚ٣ٌٕٝ ‫ث٧ُٝ٤ز‬ ‫ث٩ّؼجكجس‬ ٙ‫أػطج‬ َ٤ٔ‫ؽ‬ - Jameel was giving him first aid and his partner called an ambulance. 11-‫؟‬ ٠‫ثُْٔضٖل‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٌٙ٣ٌّ ٖٓ ٖ٤ِّ‫ثٌُٔث‬ ٌ‫ثمذ‬ ‫ٓجىث‬10. What did Tariq tell the reporters from his hospital bed ? .ٚ‫أٗويص‬ ٖ٤‫ثُو٫ك‬ ٌُٖٝ ًٞ‫ثُلط‬ ٢‫ك‬ ُٚٝ‫٣ض٘ج‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ‫أًثه‬ ٌٓ‫ثُو‬ ٕ‫دج‬ ٌْٛ‫ثمذ‬ .- He told them that the shark wanted to have him for breakfast but the dolphins saved him English for Iraq My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson 1 1English for Iraq He was floating when he felt something push himUnit 1 Lesson 3 6 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  7. 7. ‫ط‬2:‫حاللٛحط‬ ٓ١‫ر‬ ِٓ ‫حٌقل١ق‬ ‫حٌـٛحد‬ ‫حخظش‬ /Q 2/ Choose the correct answer between the brackets : ).touristfrom Iraq. ( typist, artist, oculist,------1. Zaid Tariq was a , reside, bedside ).seasideSheikh. ( fireside ,-of Sharm El-----2. It was a calm morning in the beautiful , flouting, flatting, fluting ).floatingSheikh in Egypt. (-in Sharm El-----3. Zaid Tariq was ).airbed( afraid , airbag, aired,hit a piece of wood.-----4. He thought that his , fill, feel ).fellinto the water because something pushed him. ( felt,----5. He , sit , fit ).bitTariq's arm. ( hit ,-----6. A shark , day ).die. ( do , dye,----7. Tariq thought he was about to )loudas he could. ( cloud, load, crowd,----he was about to die and he screamed as8. Tariq thought , wood, food, soon ).blood.(-----9. The shark made Tariq lose a lot of his , screamed, bored ).frightenedthe shark away . ( interested ,-----10. The dolphins ).boat. ( car , air , bus,-----11. Jameel rescued Tariq by , idea ).aidon the shore. ( end , edit ,----12. Jameed was giving Tariq first , fancy , agency , pharmacy)emergencyservices. (------Misri called the-13. Ahmed Al ).hospital. ( clinic, sea, ambulance,Sheikh-Sharm Elat-----e14. Tariq was taken to th , lunch, supper, dinner ).breakfast. (-----15. The shark wanted to have Tariq for AB.A.Page.6. 1. b. 2. c. 3. a. 4.c. 5. a. 6. c. AB.B.Page.7. - What was Zaid Tariq doing when he saw the shark ? - What happened ? or - What did the shark do ? - Why did he scream ? or - Why did he start praying ? - What protected Tariq ? or - What frightened the shark away. - Who heard Tariq's screams ? or - Who rescued him by boat ? - What was waiting ? AB.D. Page.8. Zaid Tariq was on holiday in Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt .One morning he was floating peacefully. A shark bit his arm and he lost a lot of his blood. Six dolphins made a circle around him and frightened the shark away. The coastguard heard his screams and he brought him to the shore. He gave him first aid and his partner called for an ambulance to take him to the nearest hospital. ‫حٌؾ‬ َ‫ؽش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫ػطٍش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫هخسق‬ ‫ص٠ذ‬ ْ‫وخ‬‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ ‫ٚفمذ‬ ٗ‫رسحػ‬ ‫ػنض‬ ‫حٌمشػ‬ ‫عّىش‬ . َ‫رغال‬ َٛ‫٠ؼ‬ ْ‫وخ‬ ‫حٌقزخكخص‬ ‫حكذ‬ . ‫ِقش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫١خ‬ . ً‫حٌغخك‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ٗ‫رـٍز‬ َ‫ٚلخ‬ ٗ‫فشحخ‬ ‫عّغ‬ ً‫حٌغٛحك‬ ‫كخسط‬ . ‫حٌمشػ‬ ‫ٚأخخفض‬ ٌٗٛ‫ك‬ ‫دحثشس‬ ًّ‫طؼ‬ ٓ١‫دالف‬ ‫عظش‬ . ِٗ‫د‬ ِٓ ‫أٌٚ١ش‬ ‫اعؼخفخص‬ ٖ‫أػطخ‬،‫ِغ‬ ‫حلشد‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ٖ‫ٌظؤخز‬ ‫اعؼخف‬ ‫ع١خسس‬ ‫رخعظذػخء‬ ٗ‫ؽش٠ى‬ َ‫ٚلخ‬. ٝ‫ظؾف‬ English for Iraq My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson 1 1English for Iraq He was floating when he felt something push himUnit 1 Lesson 3 7 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 " ‫حٌمشػ‬ ِٓ ٗ‫أٔمزط‬ ٓ١‫حٌذالف‬ " " Dolphins saved him from a shark
  8. 8. . ‫بشًء‬ ‫اإلحساس‬ ‫أو‬ ‫الشعور‬ ‫ٌملك‬ ‫أو‬ ‫عنده‬ ‫الذي‬ ‫الشخص‬ ‫تصف‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الكلمات‬ ً‫وه‬ : )- ed ) -‫بالمقطع‬ ً‫تنته‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الصفات‬ . ‫اإلحساس‬ ‫أو‬ ‫الشعور‬ ‫ذلك‬ ‫ٌسبب‬ ‫أو‬ ً‫ٌعط‬ ‫ما‬ ‫او‬ ‫من‬ ‫كل‬ ‫تصف‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الكلمات‬ ً‫وه‬ : )- ing ) -‫بالمقطع‬ ً‫تنته‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الصفات‬ I was ( frightened , excited , bored , interested , tired , satisfied , fascinated , annoy, confused, embarrassed , surprised , worried ) It was ( frightening , exciting , boring , interesting , tiring , satisfying , fascinating , annoying , confusing, embarrassing, surprising, worrying ) Ex.1. Ali is interested in clothes. Ex.2. We watched very exciting film about the war. Ex.3. That story is boring. Ex.4. They were frightened when they saw a lion. Ex.5. The match between Barcelona and Real Madrid was interesting. Ex.6. Saad tells funny jokes. He is very interesting person. AB.E. Page.8. 1. interested. 2. exciting. 3.boring. 4.frightened. 5.interesting. AB.Page.9. ( 1. careful. 2. cheerful. 3. dreadful. 4.harmful. 5. painful. 6. helpful. 7. thoughtful. ). -ُ‫حالع‬ ‫طقف‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌىٍّش‬ ٟ٘ : ‫حٌقفش‬. ) ً‫حٌفخػ‬ ( ‫حٌنّ١ش‬ ٚ‫أ‬ -. ) ً‫حٌفؼ‬ ( ‫حٌلذع‬ ‫طقف‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌىٍّش‬ ٟ٘ : ‫حٌظشف‬ Ex. 1. She is very careful . Her homework was done carefully. or Her homework was carefully done. Ex.2. Smoking is harmful. The operation was operated harmfully. or The operation was harmfully operated. Ex.3. That man is very helpful. They achieved the task helpfully. or The task was helpfully achieved . Ex.4. He was faithful in my ideas. He faced the enemies faithfully. or The enemies were faithfully faced. : ‫سحرو‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ‫رؼذ‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫و١ٕٛٔش‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ‫رؼذ‬ ٟ‫طؤط‬ ‫ِخ‬ ‫ػخدس‬ ‫حٌقفش‬ : ‫ِالكظش‬ ( seem, look, feel, taste, appear, sound, remain, turn, become, grow, smell, stay, prove ) Ex.1. That girl seems beautiful. Ex.2. They look helpful to all. Ex.3. I feel sleepy because of the yogurt. Ex.4. Her food tastes delicious. Ex.5. The commander appears courageous. Ex.6. Their jobs sound lawful. Ex.7. Mr. Ahmed remained ill at his house. Ex.8. Its colour turned black. Ex.9. He became distrustful . Ex.10. We grew very tired yesterday. English for Iraq My toe is bleedingUnit 1 Lesson 1 1English for Iraq He was floating when he felt something push him him Unit 1 Lesson 3 8 )-ing ( ‫والمقطع‬ )-ed) ‫بالمقطع‬ ً‫تنته‬ ً‫الت‬ ‫الصفات‬ ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  9. 9. Q// Complete the following sentences : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ًّ‫حٌـ‬ ًّ‫حو‬ / ‫ط‬ 1. Most people start smoking when they are ------. 2. In Britain, three ------ people die because of smoking per ----. 3. In Britain, smoking is highest in the ----- age group. 4. Britain spend 30 million Euros a year on the ------ education campaign. =========================================================================== AB.A.Page.10. to children ?is it legal to sell cigarettesAt what age-?smoking highestage group isIn which- ?smokers-nonthando smokers dieHow much earlier-start smoking ?do most peopleWhen- year ?every18 start smokingunder the age ofHow many people- smoking education campaigns ?-How much does the Great Britain spend a year on Anti- =========================================================================== ) ‫حٌّشوزش‬ ( ‫حٌظؼز١ش٠ش‬ ‫حألفؼخي‬Phrasal Verbs َ‫ثُلؼ‬ ٠٘‫ُٔؼ‬ ٚ‫ٖٓجد‬ ٌٕٞ٣ ٕ‫أ‬ ‫إٓج‬ ١ٌ٤‫ثُضؼذ‬ َ‫ٝثُلؼ‬ .‫ؽو٣و‬ َ‫كؼ‬ ٌَٖ‫٣ض‬ ‫ف٤ظ‬ َ‫ثُلؼ‬ ٠ُ‫إ‬ ٌ‫ثُؾ‬ ‫فٌٝف‬ ‫ثفو‬ ‫دئٝجكز‬ ٌَٖ‫صض‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ ٍ‫ث٧كؼج‬ ٢ٛٝ . ٚ٘‫ػ‬ ‫ٓنضِلج‬ ٌٕٞ٣ ٝ‫أ‬ ٢ِٙ٧‫ث‬ -( : َ‫ثُلؼ‬: ٠‫٣ِضو‬pick: ٠‫٣ِضو‬ ( َ‫ُِلؼ‬ ٠٘‫ثُٔؼ‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ٖٓجدٜج‬ ٌٕٞ٣ )pick up. ) -: ٢‫(٣ؼط‬ َ‫ثُلؼ‬ ‫إٓج‬give( َ‫ُِلؼ‬ ٠٘‫ثُٔؼ‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ٓنضِلج‬ ٌٕٞ٣ ): ٖ‫ػـ‬ ٠ِ‫٣ضن‬give up. ) ٖ‫رؼذ‬ ‫٠ٛمغ‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ) ‫حٌـش‬ ‫ٚكشف‬ ً‫حٌفؼ‬ ٓ١‫ر‬ ( ‫حٌـش‬ ‫كشف‬ ً‫لز‬ ‫٠ٛمغ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٓ‫٠ّى‬ ُ‫حالع‬ : ‫ِالكظش‬. ‫فمو‬ ‫حٌـش‬ ‫كشف‬ ً‫لز‬ ‫ف١ٛمغ‬ ‫حٌنّ١ش‬ ‫اِخ‬ ، Ex.1. Can you turn the radio off ? Ex.2. Can you turn off the radio ? Ex.3. He gave it up. AB.B.Page.11. 3. (give it up). 4. ( take up stamp-collecting) or ( take stamp-collecting up ). 5. ( took it up ). 6. ( try them on ) 7. ( turn down the music ) or ( turn the music down ) 8. ( turn it down ). =========================================================================== ( il- , ir- , im- , in- , un- ) ‫حٌٕخف١ش‬ ‫حٌّمخهغ‬ : ‫حٌّؼخوظ‬ ‫ِؼٕخ٘خ‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ‫طلٌٛٙخ‬ ٞ‫أ‬ ‫رٕف١ٙخ‬ َٛ‫ٚطم‬ ‫حٌىٍّخص‬ َ‫أِخ‬ ‫طٛمغ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌّمخهغ‬ ٟ٘ٚ : ( L ) ‫رخٌلشف‬ ‫طزذأ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌىٍّخص‬ َ‫أِخ‬ ‫ٚ٠ٛمغ‬ : ( il - 1-( ‫حٌّمطغ‬ ( legal ; illegal ) , ( logical ; illogical ) , ( literate ; illiterate ) , ( legible ; illegible ) : ( r ) ‫رخٌلشف‬ ‫طزذأ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌىٍّخص‬ َ‫أِخ‬ ‫ٚ٠ٛمغ‬ : ( ir- 2-( ‫حٌّمطغ‬ ( regular ; irregular ) , ( responsible ; irresponsible ) , ( rational ; irrational ) , relevant ; irrelevant ). : ( m , p ) ‫٠ٛمغ‬َ‫أِخ‬‫رؼل‬‫حٌىٍّخص‬‫طزذأ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬‫رخٌلشف‬ ( im- ) 3-‫حٌّمطغ‬ ( moral ; immoral ) , ( mature ; immature ) , ( movable ; immovable ) , ( mutable ; immutable ). ( polite ; impolite ) , ( pure ; impure), ( possible ; impossible ) , ( patient ; impatient ) { popular ; unpopular }, { pleased ; displeased },{ paved ; unpaved },{ pleasant ; unpleasant } : ‫ػذح‬ : ( a , c , e ) ‫٠ٛمغ‬َ‫أِخ‬‫رؼل‬‫حٌىٍّخص‬‫طزذأ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬‫رؤكذ‬‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حٌلشٚف‬ ( in- ) 4-‫حٌّمطغ‬ ( accurate ; inaccurate ) , (active ; inactive ) , ( adequate ; inadequate ) , (advisable ; inadvisable ). ( complete ; incomplete ) , ( correct ; incorrect ) , ( capable ; incapable ) , ( convenient ; inconvenient ). ( expensive ; inexpensive ) , ( efficient ; inefficient ) , ( essential ; inessential ), ( effective ; ineffective ). { direct ; indirect },{ dependent ; independent },{ formal ; informal },{ flammable ; inflammable }:: ‫ًٝيُي‬ ‫٠ٛمغ‬َ‫أِخ‬‫حٌىٍّخص‬‫غ١ش‬‫حٌّزوٛسس‬ٖ‫أػال‬:: ( un-) 5-‫حٌّمطغ‬ ( healthy ; unhealthy ) , ( fair ; unfair ) , ( usual ; unusual ) , ( kind ; unkind ) , ( necessary ; unnecessary ) {able ; unable },{ certain ; uncertain },{attended ; unattended },{ countable ; uncountable }::: ‫ٚوزٌه‬ ‫ٚوزٌه‬( ً‫حٌفؼ‬lock ; unlock) AB.Page.12 1. incorrect. 2. immoral. 3.unfair. 4.inefficient. 5.unfortunate. 6. impatient. 7. unusual. 8. impolite. 9.unhealthy. 10. independent. 11. inconvenient. 12. unpleasant. English for Iraq Most smokers take it up as teenagersUnit 1 Lesson 4 9 . :: 1. 300 , 2. 24 , 3.15. , 4. 80%. , 5. 7. , 6.18. , 7.41SB. Page. 9 E. 1. teenagers . 2. hundred , day. 3. 20-24. 4. Anti-smoking ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  10. 10. SB.Page.10 : 1. Get enough sleep 2.Eat a balanced diet 3. Never miss breakfast 4. Take some exercise every day 5. Drink plenty of water 6. See the dentist for regular checkups 7. Don't drink too much coffee 8. Don't smoke 9. Look after your eyes 10. Be safe when you travel SB.Page.10 : A: 10. B: 9. C. 2. D. 4. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Expressing of Quantity ‫حٌىّ١ش‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫حٌظؼز١ش‬ 1-(some: ) ( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ‫ث٧ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ٖٓ ‫ًٔ٤ز‬ ٝ‫ث‬ ٜ‫دؼ‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬Countable nouns( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ‫ٝث٫ّٔجء‬ )Uncountable nouns, ) . ) ‫ٓغذضز‬ ( ‫إ٣ؾجد٤ز‬ ‫ثُؾِٔز‬ ٌٕٞ‫ص‬ ‫ٓج‬ ‫ٝػجهر‬ Ex.1. I am going to buy some new shirts. Ex.2. There is some milk in the fridge. 2-(any: ) ( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ‫ث٧ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ٖٓ ‫ًٔ٤ز‬ ٝ‫ث‬ ‫ثفو‬ ١‫أ‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬Countable nouns( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ‫ٝث٫ّٔجء‬ )Uncountable nouns) . ) ‫ٓ٘ل٤ز‬ ( ‫ِّذ٤ز‬ ‫ثُؾِٔز‬ ٌٕٞ‫ص‬ ٝ‫ث‬ ) ٍ‫ّؤث‬ ‫ؽِٔز‬ ( ‫ثّضلٜجٓ٤ز‬ ‫ثُؾِٔز‬ ٌٕٞ‫ص‬ ‫ٓج‬ ‫ٝػجهر‬ Ex.3. Does Layla have any friends ? Ex.4. We didn't have any orange juice. 3-(a lot of: ) ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ‫ٝث٫ّٔجء‬ ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ‫ث٧ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ٖٓ ‫ًذ٤ٌر‬ ‫ًٔ٤ز‬ ٝ‫ث‬ ٖٓ ٌ٤‫ًذ‬ ‫ػوه‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬ Ex.5. Ahmed bought a lot of books. Ex.6. Nada bought a lot of food. 4-(plenty of). ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ‫ٝث٫ّٔجء‬ ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ‫ث٧ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ) ‫ٝكٌر‬ ( ٖٓ ٌ٤‫ثٌُغ‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬ : Ex.7. There are plenty of workers to do it. Ex.8. You have plenty of time to visit your uncle. 5-(many):( , ٌ٤‫ًغ‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬few( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ‫ث٫ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫٣ْضنو‬ ‫ًٝ٬ٛٔج‬ َ٤ِ‫ه‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬ )Countable nouns. ) Ex.9. Do you know many people ? Ex.10. They visited few countries. 6-(much):( , ٌ٤‫ًغ‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬little( ‫ثُٔؼوٝهر‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ‫ث٫ّٔجء‬ ‫ٓغ‬ ّ‫٣ْضنو‬ ‫ًٝ٬ٛٔج‬ َ٤ِ‫ه‬ ‫ٓؼ٘جٛج‬ )Uncountable nouns. ) Ex.11. They didn't spend much money. Ex.12. She speaks very little French. Countable & Uncountable Nouns ّ‫حألع‬‫حٌّؼذٚدس‬ ‫ٚغ١ش‬ ‫حٌّؼذٚدس‬ ‫خء‬ ‫ِؾظشوش‬ ‫وٍّخص‬ ‫ِؼذٚدس‬ ‫غ١ش‬ ‫وٍّخص‬ ‫ِؼذٚدس‬ ‫وٍّخص‬ ‫حٌّؼذٚد‬ ‫ٚغ١ش‬ ‫ٌٍّؼذٚد‬ ‫حٌّؼذٚد‬ ‫ٌغ١ش‬ ‫ٌٍّؼذٚد‬ time exercise water tea coffee sugar salt fat bread food ink money sport sleep time ) ٍٖٓ ( work medication take exercise orange juice lime juice people orange time ) ٌٙٓ ( exercise a glass of water a cup of tea a piece of bread some any a lot of plenty of enough much little many few AB.C.Page.13 1. much 2. many 3. many 4. much 5. much 6. many 7. much 8. many AB.D.Page.13 1. a few 2. a little 3. a few 4. a little 5. a little 6. a few 7. a little 8. a few English for Iraq Take some exercise every dayUnit 1 Lesson 5 10 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  11. 11. }used to{:‫كخالص‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٚطؼزش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حػظخد‬ ‫ِؼٕخ٘خ‬‫ٚٔؾخهخص‬ ‫ٚػخدحص‬. ‫حٌلخمش‬ ‫حٌٛلض‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫طلذع‬ ‫طؼذ‬ ٌُٚ ٟ‫حٌّخم‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫كذػض‬ Ex.1. I used to live near the coast when I was child. Ex.2. He used to make more friends than me. Ex.3. Iraq used to have small airport. Ex.4. Sami's daughter used to be polite. Ex.5. They used to play tennis when they were young. used to }{‫طقزق‬ ٟ‫حٌٕف‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬::}.‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬+didn't use to+ً‫فخػ‬{: :: ‫حٌغئحي‬ ٟ‫ٚف‬?‫طىٍّش‬+‫ِـشد‬+ use to +ً‫فخػ‬Did +::: ٚ‫أ‬?‫طىٍّش‬+‫ِـشد‬+ use to +ً‫فخػ‬Wh/ did + Suha used to get up early in the morning.Ex.6. - Negative : Suha didn't use to get up early in the morning. - Interrogative : Did Suha use to get up early in the morning ? - Interrogative : When did Suha use to get up early ? Ex.7. Firas used to have very long hair. - Negative : Firas didn't use to have very long hair. - Interrogative : Did Firas use to have very long hair ? - Interrogative : What did Firas use to have ? Ex.8. They used to go to the beach. - Negative : They didn't use to go to the beach. - Interrogative : Did they use to go to the beach ? - Interrogative : Where did they use to go ? 2.A. , 3.D. , 4.A. , 5.D. , 6.D. , 7.A. , 8.A.::: 1.A. ,.SB.Page.11 .AB.A.Page.14 3.didn't use to sit 4. did you use to do 5.used to help 6.did you use to have 7.used to play 8.used to have 9.Did you use to go out 10. used to go 11. used to come 12. used to talk 13. didn't use to =========================================================================== ‫حٌّمخسٔش‬ ‫دسؿخص‬Degrees of Comparison 1-( ‫حٌّمطغ‬ ‫ٔنغ‬- er , - est: ) ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ػٍش‬ ‫فٛص‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ٞٛ‫طلظ‬ ( ‫حٌٛحكذ‬ ‫حٌّمطغ‬ ‫رحص‬ ‫حٌقفش‬ ‫ٔٙخ٠ش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ) 1.cold ; colder , coldest. 2. young ; younger, youngest. 3. happy ; happier , happiest. 4. big ; bigger, biggest. 2-( ‫وٍّش‬ ‫ٔنغ‬more , most: ) ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ػٍش‬ ‫فٛص‬ ِٓ ‫أوؼش‬ ‫ف١ٙخ‬ ( ‫ِمطغ‬ ِٓ ‫حألوؼش‬ ‫رحص‬ ‫حٌقفخص‬ ً‫لز‬ ) 1. beautiful ; more beautiful , most beautiful. 2. important ; more important , most beautiful. 3. dangerous ; more dangerous , most dangerous . 4. careless ; more careless , most careless. 3-:: ‫حٌؾخرس‬ ‫حٌقفخص‬ ‫رؼل‬ ‫ٕ٘خن‬ 1. good ; better , best . 2. bad ; worse , worst . 3. far ; farther , farthest . 4. little ; less , least . AB.B.Page.15. 2. Films are more violent than they used to be. - Films aren't as romantic as they used to be. 3. Streets are more dangerous than they used to be. - Streets are as clean as they used to be. 4. Towns are more crowded than they used to be. - Towns aren't as polluted as they used to be. 5. Doctors are better-trained than they used to be. - Doctors aren't as cheap as they used to be. English for Iraq Teachers used to be stricterUnit 1 Lesson 6 11 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  12. 12. AB.Page.15. Life today is better than 50 years ago. For one thing, today schools have modern buildings whereas they used to be more primitive. Secondly, everyday life is easier today. Today we have many teachers whereas people used to have one teacher 50 years ago. Finally, education in Iraq is free for all. So, the government supply all the students with the requirements they need to get better education for all levels. ( ً‫لز‬ ِٓ ً‫أفن‬ ْ‫أال‬ ‫حٌل١خس‬50، ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ٌغزذ‬ . ‫ِنض‬ ‫عٕش‬ )‫حٌل١خس‬ ، ‫ػخٔ١خ‬ . ‫رذحث١ش‬ ‫أوؼش‬ ‫وخٔض‬ ‫ر١ّٕخ‬ ‫كذ٠ؼش‬ ‫رٕخ٠خص‬ ‫ٌٙخ‬ ‫حٌّذحسط‬ َٛ١ٌ‫ح‬ ( ً‫لز‬ ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ِذسط‬ ُ٘‫ػٕذ‬ ْٛ‫٠ى‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ‫حػظخد‬ ‫ر١ّٕخ‬ ٓ١ٍّ‫حٌّؼ‬ ِٓ ‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ ‫ػٕذٔخ‬ َٛ١ٌ‫ح‬ .ًٙ‫أع‬ ‫حٌ١ِٛ١ش‬50‫أخ١شح‬ . ‫عٕش‬ )،ُ١ٍ‫حٌظؼ‬ ٍ‫رخٌّظط‬ ‫حٌطالد‬ ‫رظـٙ١ض‬ ‫حٌلىِٛش‬ َٛ‫طم‬ ‫ٌزح‬ . ‫ٌٍـّ١غ‬ ٟٔ‫ِـخ‬ ‫حٌؼشحق‬ ٟ‫ف‬. ً‫حٌّشحك‬ ً‫ٌى‬ ً‫أفن‬ ُ١ٍ‫طؼ‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍلقٛي‬ ‫٠لظخؿٛٔٙخ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫زخص‬ =========================================================================== No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 furthermore ‫ىُي‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫ػ٬ٝر‬ 5 goes up ‫٣ٌصلغ‬ 9 overweight ‫ٍٝٗج‬ ‫٣َهثه‬ 2 opinion ١‫ًأ‬ 6 contain ١ٞ‫٣قض‬ 10 distance ‫ْٓجكز‬ 3 lack ٘‫ٗو‬ 7 risk ‫ٓنجٌٟر‬ 11 damage ٌٞ٣ 4 diabetic ١ٌٌُْ‫دج‬ ‫ٓٚجح‬ 8 instead of ٖ‫ػ‬ ٫‫دو‬ 12 pay ‫٣وكغ‬ Q/ Answer the following questions : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حالعجٍش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حؿذ‬ / ‫ط‬ 1. How do people have brought their illnesses on themselves? - They have brought their illnesses on themselves through bad diet, lack of exercise and smoking. 2. Why does the number of diabetics go up ? - It goes up because of eating food with too much fat, sugar and salt. 3. How does regular exercise help us ? - It helps us to control our weights and keep our hearts healthy. 4. What do children do instead of running about outside? - They spend hours playing TV and computer games. 5. What do smokers need ? - They need more medical attention than non-smokers. 6. When should people pay for their own health care ? - They should pay that when they lead unhealthy lives. 1. b. 2. b. 3. a. 4. c. 5. a.:ge.16. :AB.A.Pa ‫ٓوجُز‬ ٘‫ُِٔن‬ ُ‫ًؤّج‬ ‫ثّضنوٜٓج‬ , ‫هكضٌى‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ًجِٓز‬ ‫ثُٚق٤قز‬ ‫ثُنْٔز‬ َٔ‫ثُق‬ ‫ثًضخ‬ , ‫ثؽجدجصي‬ ٘‫صلق‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬..AB.B.Page.16 ‫ثٝق‬‫حٌؼزخسحص‬‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬: َٔ‫ٝثُؾ‬ ً‫ث٧كٌج‬ ٠‫ٌُد‬ ‫ثُٚق٤قز‬ ًٖ‫ث٧ٓج‬ ٢‫ك‬ The government spends millions on people who have made themselves ill in the flowing three ways : Firstly , because of their bad diet , 60 % of British people are overweight and could get diabetes . Furthermore , people no longer take enough exercise . And last but not least , smoking is destroying a lot of people’s health . I feel that the government shouldn’t pay for people's health care unless they take proper care of themselves and their children . English for Iraq Let's start with a dietUnit 1 Lesson 7 . :: 2. the main reason is.SB.Page.12 3. As a result of this. 4.Next, we need to look at. 5.In the past. 6.Now. 7. Furthermore. 8. Yet. 9. Finally, let's talk about. 10. In my opinion. ( ً‫ٚلز‬ ْ٢‫ح‬ " ‫حٌل١خس‬ "50‫ِنض‬ ‫عٕش‬ ) " Life " now and 50 years ago Unit 1 Lesson 6English for Iraq Teachers used to be stricter 12 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 And last but not least / and their children / Firstly / Furthermore / I feel that / in the following three days
  13. 13. AB.A.Page.17. There are thousands of car accidents a year which cause serious injuries. Most of these accidents have one of the following causes : Firstly, the driver is driving too fast. Or sometimes , he is not concentrating like using mobile phone or changing CD. A third cause of accidents is when the driver doesn't obey road signs where stop signals or red lights. Last but not least, badly maintained car like bad brakes may cause bad accidents that lead to serious injuries. There are several ways the government could deal with this problem. Firstly, they could depend on more traffic police and more speed cameras. Furthermore, they could make more checks on cars. In my opinion, the best solution would be to apply heavier fines and stricter driving tests. : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حألعزخد‬ ِٓ ‫ٚحكذ‬ ‫ٌٙخ‬ ‫حٌلٛحدع‬ ٖ‫٘ز‬ ‫حغٍذ‬ . ‫خط١شس‬ ‫افخرخص‬ ‫طغزذ‬ ٟ‫ٚحٌظ‬ ‫عٕٛ٠خ‬ ‫حٌغ١خسحص‬ ‫كٛحدع‬ ِٓ ‫ح٢الف‬ ‫٠ٛؿذ‬ ‫ال‬ ، ‫أك١خٔخ‬ ٚ‫أ‬ .‫ؿذح‬ ‫عش٠ؼخ‬ ‫٠غٛق‬ ‫حٌغخثك‬ ، ‫أٚال‬‫ال‬ ‫حٌغخثك‬ ‫ػٕذِخ‬ ‫ٌٍلٛحدع‬ ‫حٌؼخٌغ‬ ‫حٌغزذ‬ . ‫حٌمشؿ‬ ‫٠غ١ش‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ً٠‫حٌّٛرخ‬ َ‫٠غظخذ‬ ْ‫وخ‬ ‫٠شوض‬ ‫حٌشد٠جش‬ ‫وخٌّىخرق‬ ، ‫حٌغ١خسس‬ ‫ف١خٔش‬ ‫عٛء‬ ، ‫آخشح‬ ‫ٌٚ١ظ‬ ‫أخ١شح‬ . ‫كّشحء‬ ‫اؽخسحص‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫طٛلف‬ ‫ػالِخص‬ ْٛ‫طى‬ ‫ك١ؼّخ‬ ‫حٌطش٠ك‬ ‫ٌؼالِخص‬ ‫٠ٕقخع‬ ‫كٛحدع‬ ‫طغزذ‬ ‫لذ‬ ٟ‫ٚحٌظ‬‫خطشس‬ ‫افخرخص‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ٞ‫طئد‬ ٟ‫ٚحٌظ‬ ‫ع١جش‬‫ػذس‬ ‫.ٕ٘خن‬، ‫أٚال‬ . ‫حٌّؾىٍش‬ ٖ‫٘ز‬ ‫ِغ‬ ًِ‫حٌظؼخ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫ٌٍلىِٛش‬ ‫هشق‬ ً‫حألفن‬ ً‫حٌل‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٞ‫سأ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ، ‫حٌغ١خسحص‬ ‫ِشحلزش‬ ‫رٌه‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫ػالٚس‬ . ‫حٌغشػش‬ ‫وخِ١شحص‬ ِٓ ‫ٚحٌىؼ١ش‬ ‫حٌّشٚس‬ ‫ؽشهش‬ ِٓ ‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حالػظّخد‬ . ‫ؽذ٠ذس‬ ٗ‫ع١خل‬ ‫حخظزخسحص‬ ٚ ‫ػم١ٍش‬ ‫غشحِخص‬ ‫رفشك‬ ٛ٘ AB.B.Page.18. Smoking is a dangerous and harmful habit. It causes many deaths a year. It causes cancer and harms the lungs. Firstly, the cigarette smoke harms people who don't smoke but are in closed place with people who do. Furthermore, non-smokers would prefer a smoke-free environment. I feel that people smoke for many reasons although they know the dangerous effects of smoking. For example, adults may start because a member of their family does or a friend or just to look older. People ask the government to ban smoking in all public places to save lives and to save lots of money in health costs. ٞ‫٠ئر‬ ‫حٌغىخثش‬ ْ‫دخخ‬ ، ‫أٚال‬ .ٓ١‫حٌشثظ‬ ٞ‫ٚ٠ئر‬ ْ‫حٌغشهخ‬ ‫٠غزذ‬ . ‫عٕش‬ ً‫و‬ ‫حٌٛف١خص‬ ِٓ ‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ ‫٠غزذ‬ . ‫ِٚئر٠ش‬ ‫خط١شس‬ ‫ػخدس‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ِٓ ‫خخٌ١ش‬ ‫ر١جش‬ ٍْٛ‫٠فن‬ ٓ١ٕ‫حٌّذخ‬ ‫غ١ش‬ ، ‫رٌه‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫ػالٚس‬ . ٓ١ٕ‫حٌّذخ‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ‫ِغ‬ ‫ِغٍك‬ ْ‫ِىخ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ُٕٙ‫ٌٚى‬ ْٕٛ‫٠ذخ‬ ‫ال‬ ٓ٠‫حٌز‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬.‫٠ذخ‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ْ‫رخ‬ ‫حؽؼش‬ ‫أٔخ‬ٓ١‫حٌ١خفؼ‬ ٚ ‫حٌّؼخي‬ ً١‫عز‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ . ٓ١‫ٌٍظذخ‬ ‫حٌخط١شس‬ ‫حٌظؤػ١شحص‬ ٍّْٛ‫٠ؼ‬ ُٙٔ‫أ‬ ِٓ ُ‫رخٌشغ‬ ‫أعزخد‬ ‫ٌؼذس‬ ْٕٛ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ‫طّٕغ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫حٌلىِٛش‬ ِٓ ْٛ‫٠طٍز‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ . ‫وزخسح‬ ٚ‫ٌ١زذ‬ ‫ِـشد‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫فذ٠ك‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ٓ‫٠ذخ‬ ٍُٙ‫ػٛحث‬ ‫أفشحد‬ ‫حكذ‬ ‫رغزذ‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ْٚ‫٠زذإ‬ ‫سرّخ‬ ‫ح‬ ‫ٌلفع‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫حٌل١خس‬ ‫إلٔمخر‬ ‫حٌؼخِش‬ ٓ‫حألِخو‬ ‫ؿّ١غ‬ ٟ‫ف‬. ‫حٌقلش‬ ‫طىخٌ١ف‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫حألِٛحي‬ ِٓ ‫ٌىؼ١ش‬ English for Iraq Unit 1 Lesson 8 ‫حالٔؾخءحص‬ 13 " How to reduce the number of car accidents " ‫حٌغ١خسحص‬ ‫كٛحدع‬ ُ‫سل‬ ًٍ‫ٔم‬ ‫و١ف‬ " Banning of smoking in all public places " ‫حٌؼخِش‬ ٓ‫حألِخو‬ ً‫و‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ‫ِٕغ‬ ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  14. 14. AB.A.Page.19. 1. incorrect. 2. independent. 3.unfair. 4.unfortunate. 5.unhappy. 6.unhealthy. 7.unintelegent. 8.illegal. 9.immoral. 10.impatient. 11.unpleasant. 12.impolite. 13.unpopular. 14. impossible. 15. unusual. AB.B.Page.19. 1. wrist, elbow, shoulder. 2. knee, ankle. 3. plaster, bandage. AB.B.Page.19. 1.faint. 2. throat, temperature. 3.pills. 4.skin, cream. 5. sneezes, coughs. AB.D.Page.20. 2. happened. 3. were returning. 4. was driving. 5. was sitting. 6. was going. 7. ran. 8. put. 9. stopped. 10. did not hit. 11.were wearing. 12. did not get. 13. was sitting. 14. was not wearing. 15. fell. 16. hit. 17. broke. 18. cut. 19. was. 20. were. 21. got. 22. were shaking. 23. decided. 24. was looking. 25. slowed. 26. recognized. 27. told. 28. drove. 29. stitched. 30. put. AB.E.Page.21. 1.much. 2. little. 3. many. 4. little. 5. much. 6. many, few. .22.AB.F.Page 2. ( used to have ) , ( stole ). 3. ( used to like ) , (wants). 4. ( used to wear ) , ( has ). 5.( didn't use to ) , (stops). 6. ( used to be ) , ( knocked ). 7. ( didn't use to be) , (got) , ( lost ) AB.G.Page.23. Smoking is very harmful to the health of smokers and passive smokers. It causes heart diseases and lung cancer. Let's start with cigarettes advertisements " Smoking is forbidden " which can be seen everywhere. Young people and children see them. These advertisements can give a warning message that tells us smoking is dangerous. In my opinion, people have a lot of information about the harmful effects of smoking ; yet, a large number of them still smoke. I feel that the advertisements encourage smoking are popular and attractive for smokers whereas those which mention the dangers of smoking are successful for non-smokers. Finally, to be legal all advertisements should warn people who smoke than who don't smoke. ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬‫ؿذح‬ ‫ِنش‬ٓ١١‫حٌغٍز‬ ٓ١ٕ‫ٚحٌّذخ‬ ٓ١ٕ‫حٌّذخ‬ ‫ٌقلش‬.. ‫حٌشثش‬ ْ‫ٚعشهخ‬ ‫حٌمٍذ‬ ‫حِشحك‬ ‫٠غزذ‬ ٗٔ‫ح‬‫حٌغىخثش‬ ‫ربػالٔخص‬ ‫ٌٕزذأ‬ ‫طلز٠ش٠ش‬ ‫سعخٌش‬ ٟ‫طؼط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٓ‫ِّى‬ ‫حإلػالٔخص‬ ٖ‫٘ز‬ . ‫٠شٚٔٙخ‬ ‫ٚحألهفخي‬ ‫حٌؾزخد‬ . ْ‫ِىخ‬ ً‫و‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ٜ‫ُش‬‫ط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٓ‫ِّى‬ ٞ‫ٚحٌز‬ " ‫ِّٕٛع‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ " ٕ٘ ، ‫رٌه‬ ‫ِٚغ‬ ، ٓ١‫ٌٍظذخ‬ ‫حٌّئر٠ش‬ ‫حٌظؤػ١شحص‬ ‫حٌّؼٍِٛخص‬ ِٓ ‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ ُٙ٠‫ٌذ‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٟ٠‫رشأ‬ . ‫خط١ش‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ْ‫رخ‬ ‫طخزشٔخ‬‫وز١ش‬ ‫ػذد‬ ‫خن‬ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ‫ِخخهش‬ ‫طزوش‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ٖ‫٘ز‬ ‫ر١ّٕخ‬ ، ٓ١ٕ‫ٌٍّذخ‬ ‫ٚؿزحرش‬ ‫ؽخثؼش‬ ٟ٘ ٓ١‫حٌظذخ‬ ‫طؾـغ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حإلػالٔخص‬ ْ‫رخ‬ ‫حؽؼش‬ . ٓ‫٠ذخ‬ ‫٠ضحي‬ ‫ال‬ ُِٕٙ ‫ال‬ ٓ٠‫حٌز‬ ِٓ ْٕٛ‫٠ذخ‬ ٓ٠‫حٌز‬ ‫حٌٕخط‬ ‫طلزس‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ ‫حإلػالٔخص‬ ‫ؿّ١غ‬ ، ‫لخٔٛٔ١ش‬ ٓ‫ٌظى‬ ، ‫أخ١شح‬ . ٓ١ٕ‫حٌّذخ‬ ‫غ١ش‬ ‫ِغ‬ ‫ٔخؿلش‬ ْٛ‫طى‬ْٕٛ‫٠ذخ‬. " Cigarette advertising should be illegal" ٟٔٛٔ‫لخ‬ ‫غ١ش‬ ْٛ‫٠ى‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ ‫حٌغىخثش‬ ْ‫اػال‬ English for Iraq Unit 1 Lesson 9 Test yourself 14 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  15. 15. No. Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning 1 proud ًٞ‫كن‬ 8 shaking َٜ٣ 15 can ‫ػِذز‬ 2 diabetes ١ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ 9 to no avail ٬‫د‬‫كجةور‬ 16 spilling ‫٣ٌْخ‬ 3 wake up ‫٣ْض٤وع‬ 10 injections ٖ‫فو‬ 17 previous ‫ّجدن‬ 4 straight ‫ٓذجٌٕر‬ 11 drop ٠‫٣ٜذ‬ 18 paramedics ٕٞ‫ثُْٔؼل‬ 5 puzzled ٌ٤‫ٓضق‬ / ‫ٌٓصذي‬ 12 lose ‫٣لوو‬ 19 rushed ‫ثٗوكغ‬ 6 normally ‫ػجهر‬ 13 consciousness ٢‫ثُٞػ‬ 20 spotted ‫ثّضٌٖق‬ 7 empty ‫كجًؽ‬ 14 trip ‫ًفِز‬ 21 regained ‫ثّضٌه‬ Q// Answer the following questions : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حالعجٍش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حؿذ‬ / ‫ط‬ 1-‫؟‬ ٬٤ِ‫ه‬ ‫ٌٓصذٌج‬ ٠‫ٓٚطل‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬1. Why was Mustafa a little puzzled ? -. ٚ‫ؿٌكض‬ َ‫هثم‬ ٠ُ‫إ‬ ٢‫صؤص‬ ُْ ٚٓ‫أ‬ ٕ٫- He was a little puzzled because his mother didn't come into his room. 2-‫؟‬ ‫ٙذجؿ‬ ًَ ‫ػجهر‬ ّ٧‫ث‬ ِٚٔ‫صؼ‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ١‫ثُي‬ ‫ٓج‬2. What did the mother normally do every morning? -‫ػجهر‬ ‫ًجٗش‬‫ٓج‬. ْٚ‫ُذ‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٙ‫ٝصْجػو‬ ٚ‫صٞهظ‬- She normally woke him up and helped him to get dressed . 3-‫؟‬ ‫٣ٞهظٜج‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٍٝ‫فج‬ ‫ً٤ق‬3. How did he try to wake her up ? -ٜ‫٣ٞهظ‬ ٕ‫ًج‬. ‫ٝثُٚ٤جؿ‬ ‫َٛٛج‬ ‫ٌٟ٣ن‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ‫ج‬- He tried to wake her up by shaking her and calling. 4-‫؟‬ ‫ُط٤لز‬ ٢ٗ‫صؼج‬ ْٓ4. What does Latifa suffer from ? -. ١ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ ٖٓ ٢ٗ‫صؼج‬- She suffers from diabetes. 5-‫ٓج‬‫ث‬١‫ُي‬‫٣ؾخ‬٠ِ‫ػ‬٠ٌٝٓ١ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ٕ‫ث‬‫٣لؼِٞث‬ًَّٞ٣‫؟‬5. What do the diabetics have to do every day? -‫٣ؾخ‬ٕ‫ث‬‫٣ؤميٝث‬ٖ‫فو‬ٖٖٓ٤ُْٞٗ٫‫ث‬.- They have to have injections of insulin. 6-‫؟‬ ‫هٜٓج‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ٌ‫صْ٤ط‬ ‫ً٤ق‬6. How does she control her blood sugar ? -. ٖ٤ُْٞٗ٧‫ث‬ ٖٓ ٖ‫دقو‬ ٚ٤ِ‫ػ‬ ٌ‫صْ٤ط‬- She controls her blood sugar with injections of insulin. 7-‫؟‬ ‫ثُٞهش‬ ‫ىُي‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٠‫ٓٚطل‬ ٞ‫أد‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ٖ٣‫أ‬7. Where was Mustafa's father at that time ? -. َٔ‫ػ‬ ‫ًفِز‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫دؼ٤وث‬ ٕ‫ًج‬- He was away on a business trip. 8-‫؟‬ ‫ثُغ٬ؽز‬ ٖٓ ٫ًٞ ‫ػِذز‬ ٠‫ٓٚطل‬ ‫ثمي‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬8. Why did Mustafa take a can of cola out of the fridge ? -. ٚٓ‫أ‬ ّ‫ه‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ ‫ُ٤ٌكغ‬ ‫أميٛج‬- He took it to raise her mother's blood sugar. 9-‫؟‬ ٢‫ثُٞػ‬ ‫كجهور‬ ٚٓ‫أ‬ ‫دوش‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ًٌ‫ه‬ ‫ٓجىث‬9. What did he decide when the mother remained unconscious ? -. ٢‫ثُٞػ‬ ‫كجهور‬ ٚٓ‫أ‬ ‫دوش‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ‫ثُطٞثًا‬ ‫دنوٓجس‬ َٚ‫٣ض‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ًٌ‫ه‬ - He decided to call emergency services when the mother remained unconscious. 11-‫؟‬ ٢ًٌّ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫٣وق‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٚ٤ِ‫ػ‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ‫ُٔج‬10. Why did he have to stand on a chair ? -. ٖ٤‫ُِْٔؼل‬ ٢ٓ‫ث٧ٓج‬ ‫ثُذجح‬ ‫ُ٤لضـ‬ ٢ًٌّ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫٣وق‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٚ٤ِ‫ػ‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ - He had to stand on a chair to open the front door for the paramedics. 11-‫؟‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ ‫؟‬ ٕٞ‫ثُْٔؼل‬ ِٚ‫كؼ‬ ١‫ثُي‬ ‫ٓج‬11. What did the paramedics do ? Why ? -. ‫هٜٓج‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٌٌُْ‫ث‬ ٟٞ‫ْٓض‬ ‫ُ٤ٌكؼٞث‬ ‫فو٘ز‬ ‫ُط٤لز‬ ‫ٝأػطٞث‬ ٠ِ‫ث٧ػ‬ ٠ُ‫إ‬ ‫ثٗوكؼٞث‬ The paramedics gave Latifa an injection to raise her blood sugar level .- 12. Why was Latifa proud of Mustafa ? 12-‫؟‬ ٠‫دٔٚطل‬ ‫كنًٞر‬ ‫ُط٤لز‬ ‫ًجٗش‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ -. ‫ف٤جصٜج‬ ‫ثٗوي‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ‫ٝىً٤ج‬ ‫ٛجهةج‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ٚٗ٧ ٚ‫د‬ ‫كنًٞر‬ ‫ًجٗش‬ - She was proud of him because he was calm and intelligent when he saved her life. AB.A.Page.24. 2. shaking. 3. to no avail. 4. lose consciousness. 5. spilling. 6. the emergency services. 7. paramedics. 8. regained consciousness. g ). 6.f ). 4.b ). 1. c ). 2. d ). 3. e). 7.a ). 5.:AB.B.Page.24. English for Iraq Unit 1 Lesson 10 I'll always be proud of him 15 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  16. 16. AB.C.Page.24. Latifa, Mustafa's mother , is a diabetic woman . One morning , Mustafa finds her unconscious. Firstly, he tries to wake her up by calling and shaking. Then he likes to give her sweet drink but he can't. As a result, he phones emergency services. After that an ambulance arrives at house to check the mother. The boy opens the door to the paramedics . They give her an injection of insulin . Finally the mother regains consciousness. AB.D.Page.25. Little Mustafa Ahmad was surprised when his mother didn't come into his room one morning. He straightly went to look for her in the kitchen, but he found her in the bedroom unconscious. He tried to wake her up but he failed. He knew that she suffers from diabetes. The levels of sugar in her blood dropped too low. Mustafa gave her a can of cola. He spilt it on the bed. He decided to call the emergency services which his grandmother taught him to do a week ago. Immediately, an ambulance arrived and gave Latifa, Mustafa's mother, an injection of insulin to raise the level of her blood sugar. Luckily, she regained her consciousness quickly. Latifa is very proud of her clever son. ‫ػٕذِخ‬ ‫ِٕذ٘ؾخ‬ ْ‫وخ‬ ‫حكّذ‬ ٝ‫ِقطف‬ ‫حٌقغ١ش‬، ‫حٌّطزخ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫ػٕٙخ‬ ‫ٌ١زلغ‬ ‫ِزخؽشس‬ ‫ر٘ذ‬ . ‫حٌقزخكخص‬ ‫حكذ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ٗ‫غشفظ‬ ً‫دحخ‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ِٗ‫أ‬ ٟ‫طؤط‬ ٌُ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫حٌغىش‬ ‫ِغظٛ٠خص‬ . ٞ‫حٌغىش‬ ِٓ ٟٔ‫طؼخ‬ ‫رؤٔٙخ‬ ‫٠ؼشف‬ ْ‫وخ‬ . ً‫فؾ‬ ٕٗ‫ٌٚى‬ ‫ا٠مخظٙخ‬ ‫كخٚي‬ . ٟ‫حٌٛػ‬ ‫فخلذس‬ ٌَٕٛ‫ح‬ ‫غشفش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫ٚؿذ٘خ‬ ٕٗ‫ٌٚى‬ ‫حٌغش٠ش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫عىزٙخ‬ . ‫وٛال‬ ‫ػٍزش‬ ‫أػطخ٘خ‬ ٝ‫ِقطف‬ . ‫وؼ١شح‬ ‫حٔخفنض‬ ‫دِٙخ‬ً‫٠فؼ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٗ‫ؿذط‬ ٗ‫ػٍّظ‬ ‫ك١غ‬ ‫حٌطٛحسة‬ ‫رخذِخص‬ ً‫٠ظق‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫لشس‬ . ٓ‫ٌلغ‬ .‫دِٙخ‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫حٌغىش‬ ٜٛ‫ِغظ‬ ‫ٌشفغ‬ ٓ١ٌٛ‫حألٔغ‬ ِٓ ‫كمٕش‬ " ٝ‫ِقطف‬ َ‫أ‬ " ٗ‫ٌط١ف‬ ‫ٚأػطٛح‬ ‫اعؼخف‬ ‫ع١خسس‬ ‫ٚفٍض‬ ، ‫كخال‬ . ‫أعزٛع‬ ‫ِٕز‬ ‫رخ‬ ‫فخٛسس‬ ‫وخٔض‬ ‫ٌط١فش‬ . ‫رغشػش‬ ‫ٚػ١ٙخ‬ ‫حعظؼخدص‬ ‫حٌلع‬‫ر‬. ٟ‫حٌزو‬ ‫ٕٙخ‬ English for Iraq Unit 1 Lesson 10 I'll always be proud of him 16 5 " Little Mustafa Ahmad was surprised " "‫ِٕذ٘ؾخ‬ ْ‫وخ‬ ‫حكّذ‬ ٝ‫ِقطف‬ ‫حٌقغ١ش‬" ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  17. 17. English For Iraq ‫الوحدة‬‫ال‬‫ثانٌة‬ / ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571 SIXTH PREPARATORY CLASS English For Iraq ‫ِفشدحص‬ ‫أؿٛرش‬‫أؾخءحص‬ ‫ِالكظخص‬ ٞ‫حالػذحد‬ ‫حٌغـخدط‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫لطغ‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫ػخِش‬ ‫أعجٍش‬
  18. 18. ( ‫حٌّشوزش‬ ‫حألعّخء‬compound nouns. َ‫طخ‬ ٕٝ‫ِؼ‬ ٟ‫طؼط‬ ٟ‫ٌى‬ ‫أوؼش‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫ٚحكذس‬ ‫وٍّش‬ ِٓ ْٛ‫طظى‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حألعّخء‬ ٟ٘ٚ : ) No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 footprint ) ‫حألػش‬ ( َ‫حٌمذ‬ ‫هزغ‬ 6 security camera ‫حألِٕ١ش‬ ‫حٌىخِ١شس‬ 2 fingerprint ) ‫حٌزقّش‬ ( ‫حإلفزغ‬ ‫هزغ‬ 7 crime scene ‫حٌـش٠ّش‬ ) ‫ِؾٙذ‬ ( ‫ِغشف‬ 3 radar speed gun ‫حٌغشػش‬ ‫ل١خط‬ ‫سحدحس‬ 8 speed limit ‫حٌغشػش‬ ‫كذ‬ 4 metal detector ْ‫حٌّؼخد‬ ‫وخؽف‬ 9 security guard ِٓ‫ح‬ ‫كخسط‬ 5 X-ray machine ‫حٌغ١ٕ١ش‬ ‫حألؽؼش‬ ‫ِخوٕش‬ :::SB. Page.16. A.6. , B.1. , C.7. , D.4. , E.8. , F.5. , G.2. , H.9. , I.3. a) a policeman : Speaker 2. b) a driver : Speaker 1. AB. A. Page.26. Speaker 1. :: 1. She used to drive too fast. 2. The speed limit was 110. 3. They had a radar speed gun. 4. She realized she could get hurt and hurt others. Speaker 2. :: 1. Footprints can tell the type of the thief's shoes, their size and how tall he is. 2. You can also find fingerprints. 3. They used it to see fingerprints. 4. It is easier because computers can do a lot of the work. AB. B. Page.27. 1. used to like. 2. were speeding. 3. walked. 4. didn't use to have. 5. didn't have. 6. was walking. 7. used to watch. 8. was watching. English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 1 Law and Order 18 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  19. 19. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 duty ‫ٝثؽخ‬ 9 commit a crime ‫ؽٌ٣ٔز‬ ‫٣ٌصٌخ‬ 2 follow the law ٕٞٗ‫ثُوج‬ ‫٣ضذغ‬ 10 investigate ) ‫٣قون‬ ( ٌٟ‫٣ضق‬ 3 together ‫ّٞ٣ز‬ 11 crime ‫ؽٌ٣ٔز‬ 4 safely ٕ‫دؤٓج‬ 12 criminal ٌّ‫ٓؾ‬ 5 prevent ‫٣ٔ٘غ‬ 13 recognize َ٤ٔ٣ 6 identify ‫٣ضؼٌف‬ 14 experts ‫مذٌثء‬ 7 arrest ٜ‫٣وذ‬ 15 pickpocket ٍ‫ٖٗج‬ 8 attract ‫٣ؾيح‬ 16 wallet ‫ٓقلظز‬ QI / Answer the following questions : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حألعجٍش‬ ‫حؿذ‬ / 1 ‫ط‬ 1. Why do people have to follow the law ? 1-‫؟‬ ٕٞٗ‫ثُوج‬ ‫٣ضذؼٞث‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ - People have to follow the law to live together safely. -ّ٬ْ‫د‬ ‫ّٞ٣ز‬ ‫ُ٤ؼ٤ٖٞث‬ ٕٞٗ‫ثُوج‬ ‫٣ضذؼٞث‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ 2. What are the duties of the police officers ? 2-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُٖٟز‬ ٟ‫ٝذج‬ ‫ٝثؽذجس‬ ٢ٛ‫ٓج‬ -. ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ٕٝ‫ٝ٣ْجػو‬ ْ‫ثُؾٌثة‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٕٞ‫٣قوو‬ , ًٌُٝٔ‫ث‬ ٕٜٞ‫٣ٞؽ‬ ‫ثٌُٖٟز‬ ٟ‫ٝذج‬ - The police officers direct traffic , investigate crimes and help people . 3. Why do the officers have a lot of duties ? 3-‫؟‬ ‫ثُٞثؽذجس‬ ٖٓ ٌ٤‫ثٌُغ‬ ٟ‫ثُٞذج‬ ٟ‫ُو‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ -. ‫ثُٔنضِلز‬ ٖ٤ٗ‫ثُوٞث‬ ٖٓ ٌ٤‫ثٌُغ‬ ‫ٝؽٞه‬ ‫دْذخ‬ ‫ًغ٤ٌر‬ ‫ٝثؽذجس‬ ْٛ‫ػ٘و‬ ٟ‫ثُٞذج‬ - The officers have a lot of duties because there are a lot of different laws. 4. What must you do when you get into a car ? 4-‫؟‬ ‫ّ٤جًر‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫صٚؼو‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ِٚٔ‫صؼ‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ١‫ثُي‬ ‫ٓج‬ - I must wear my seat belt when you get into a car. -. ‫ّ٤جًر‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ثٙؼو‬ ‫ػ٘وٓج‬ ٕ‫ث٧ٓج‬ ّ‫فَث‬ ِ‫ثُذ‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ 5. How can witnesses help the police ? 5-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُٖٟز‬ ‫ْٓجػور‬ ‫ثُٖٜٞه‬ ‫٣ْضط٤غ‬ ‫ً٤ق‬ -. ‫ثُؾٌ٣ٔز‬ ٚ٤‫ك‬ ‫ثًصٌذش‬ ١‫ثُي‬ ‫ٝثُٞهش‬ ٌّ‫ثُٔؾ‬ ٌَٕ ٖ‫ػ‬ ً‫ث٫مذج‬ ٕٞ‫٣ْضط٤ؼ‬ -They can help by telling what a criminal looks like or what time a crime was committed . Q2 / Complete the following sentences : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ًّ‫حٌـ‬ ًّ‫حو‬ / 2 ‫ط‬ 1-ٕ‫دج‬ ٕٝ‫ُ٤ؤًو‬ ًٌُٝٔ‫ث‬ ٕٜٞ‫٣ٞؽ‬ ٟ‫ثُٞذج‬ْٛ‫٠غظط١ؼ‬ ‫حٌغٛحق‬َ‫رغال‬ ‫حٌطش٠ك‬ ‫٠غظخذِٛح‬ ْ‫ح‬. 1. The officers direct traffic to make sure that drivers can use the roads safely. 2-ٖٓ ‫ٝثفور‬ ٢ٛ ‫ثٌُْػز‬‫حٌطش٠ك‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍّٛص‬ ‫حٌّئد٠ش‬ ‫حألعزخد‬. 2. Speeding is one of the leading causes of death on the road. 3-. ٌّ‫ثُٔؾ‬ ٍ‫ٝثػضوج‬ ‫ثُضؼٌف‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫صْجػو‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ٌٖٔٓ ّ‫ث٫هوث‬ ً‫ٝأعج‬ ‫ثُذٚٔجس‬ 3. Fingerprints and footprints can help to identify and arrest the criminal. . 4-٢ٛ ُِٗٞٚ‫ث‬ ‫صؾيح‬ ٢‫ثُض‬ ًٖ‫ث٧ٓج‬ٓ‫حألِخو‬‫حٌغخٌ١ش‬ ‫حألؽ١خء‬ ‫رحص‬ ‫ٚحٌّلالص‬ ‫حٌّضدكّش‬ 4. The places that attract thieves are crowded areas and shops of expensive items. 5-ٞٛ ‫ثُٖجٛو‬‫حٌـش٠ّش‬ ‫ٚلض‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ‫ؽ١جخ‬ ‫عّغ‬ ٚ‫ح‬ ٜ‫سأ‬ ٞ‫حٌز‬ ‫حٌؾخـ‬. 5. A witness is a person who saw or heard something at the time of a crime. Q 3 / Write ( T ) or ( F ) in front of the following sentences : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ًّ‫حٌـ‬ َ‫حِخ‬ ) ‫خطؤ‬ ( ٚ‫ح‬ ) ‫فق‬ ( ‫أوظذ‬ / 3 ‫ط‬ 1. If you are lost, you can ask a police officer for directions. 2. Police officers try to prevent crimes as well as solve them. 3. Seat belts can prevent serious injuries if you have an accident. 4. The police officer have to recognize fingerprints. 5. Police needn't look for any evidence . English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 2 A police officer's duties 19 pol ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 1.T 2.T 3.T 4. F 5. F
  20. 20. ) must / have to / need to ) ٝ( ّ‫ث٩َُث‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ٌ٤‫ُِضؼذ‬ ّ‫صْضنو‬ ٍ‫أكؼج‬ ٢ٛ( Obligation( ‫ثًٌُٞٝر‬ ٝ‫أ‬Necessity( ‫ثُقجؽز‬ ٝ‫أ‬ )Need‫دؼوٛج‬ ٢‫٣ؤص‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ‫ٝ٣ؾخ‬ ) ( ً‫ٓٚو‬infinitive. ‫ٓؾٌه‬ ‫ٓٞجًع‬ َ‫كؼ‬ ١‫أ‬ ) : must . ٌٕ‫ثُٔذج‬ ‫ثُٔٞؽز‬ ّ٬ٌُ‫ث‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ) ٖ٣ٌ‫ُ٦م‬ ٌِْ‫ثُٔض‬ ٖٓ ( ‫ثُٖنٚ٤ز‬ ٌٓ‫ث٧ٝث‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ثًٌُٞٝر‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ّ‫ث٩َُث‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ٌ٤‫ُِضؼذ‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ‫ٝٓؼ٘جٛج‬ Ex.1.You must wear the seat belt. Ex.2. I must go home now. Ex.3. He must give up smoking. Ex.4. Drivers mustn't speed . :: ( ً‫فخػ‬ + mustn't + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ . ( : ٟ‫حٌٕف‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.5. Must I see the teacher ? :: ( Must + ً‫فخػ‬ + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ ? ( : ‫حٌغئحي‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ : have to ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ّ٬ٌُ‫ث‬ ٢‫ك‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫إصذجػٜج‬ ‫ثُٞثؽخ‬ ‫ثُقج٫س‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ثُؼِ٤ج‬ ٌٓ‫ث٧ٝث‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ثُوٞ٣ز‬ ‫ثًٌُٞٝر‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ّ‫ث٩َُث‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ٌ٤‫ُِضؼذ‬ ‫ًيُي‬ ّ‫ٝصْضنو‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ‫ٝٓؼ٘جٛج‬ : ٌٕ‫ثُٔذج‬ Ex.6. People have to follow the law. Ex.7. You have to respect others. Ex.8. Our teacher said that we have to study hard. ( ً‫فخػ‬ + don't , doesn't , didn't + have to + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ . ( : ٟ‫حٌٕف‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.9. You don't have to wash the car. ( Do , Does , Did + ً‫فخػ‬ + have to ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ ? ( : ‫حٌغئحي‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.10. Do I have to meet her ? :: ) ‫حألغٍذ‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حٌلخؿش‬ ( ‫ٌٍنشٚسس‬ َ‫ٚطغظخذ‬ ‫٠لظخؽ‬ ‫ِٚؼٕخ٘خ‬ : need to Ex.11. You need to fill the car with fuel. Ex.12. They need to buy a new house. : ( ً‫فخػ‬ + needn't + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ . ( : ٟ‫حٌٕف‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.13. You needn't drive too fast. Ex.14. You needn't go to the market. ( Do , Does , Did + ً‫فخػ‬ + need to + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ ? ( : ‫حٌغئحي‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.15. Do you need to borrow some money ? 5. pickpocket.: 1. laws. 2. investigate. 3. arrest. 4.witness..AB. A. Page.28 AB. B. Page.28. 1. It can be dangerous when he has to arrest somebody or stop a fight. 2. It is open all the time. 3. He likes his job because he likes solving crimes, helping others and making his city a better place. to1. mustn't 2. don't have to , needn't 3. must , have to , need::.AB. C. Page.28 AB. D. Page.29. 1. must , need to , have to. 2. don't have to , needn't 3. must , need to , have to 4. mustn't. 5. don't have to , needn't 6. must , have to , need to. 7. mustn't ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 2 A police officer's duties 20 ce
  21. 21. should:ٚ( ‫حٌٕق١لش‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍظؼز١ش‬ ) ‫حٌؼخٌغ‬ ‫حٌذسط‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ( َ‫٠غظخذ‬ ‫ِغخػذ‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ٛ٘( Adviceٖ‫رؼذ‬ ٟ‫٠ؤط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫ٚ٠ـذ‬‫ِقذ‬‫س‬ (infinitive. ‫ِـشد‬ ‫ِنخسع‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ٞ‫أ‬ ) Ex.1. You should study very hard. Ex.2. Ali should come home early. Ex.3. You shouldn't stay up so late. :: ( ً‫فخػ‬ + shouldn't + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ . ( : ٟ‫حٌٕف‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ Ex.4. Should I read English or Arabic ? :: ( Should + ً‫فخػ‬ + ‫ِـشد‬ + ‫طىٍّش‬ ? ( : ‫حٌغئحي‬ ‫كخٌش‬ ٟ‫ف‬ =========================================================================== ‫حٌّئدد‬ ‫حٌطٍذ‬Polite Request Would Could you ?ٓ + ‫صٌِٔز‬‫ؾٌه‬+Can May I Ex.1. Would you give me that book ? Ex.2. Could you show me your passport ? Ex.3. Can you open the suitcase ? Ex. 4. May I see your tickets, please ? =========================================================================== ‫حاللظشحكخص‬Suggestions Shall we ‫ٓؾٌه‬ + ‫صٌِٔز‬+Let's We could Ex.1. Shall we spend the holiday in London ? Ex.2. Let's watch TV. Ex.3. We could take a taxi to Kut. =========================================================================== ‫حٌؼشٚك‬Offers ‫ٓجهر‬+Would you like Shall I I'll + ‫ٓؾٌه‬ + ‫صٌِٔز‬ Ex.1. Would you like a cup of tea ? Ex.2. Would you like me to help you ? EX.3. Shall I open the window ? Ex.4. I'll help you with your studying. SB.Page.18: 1. Would you put your bag on the conveyor belt, please ? ( Polite request ). 2. Could you empty your pockets, please ? ( Polite request ). 3. Shall we get some magazines before boarding ? ( Suggestion ). 4. Let's get some drinks too. ( Suggestion ). 5. I'll stay here with the bags if you want. ( Offer ). 6. Can you get me an orange soda ? ( Polite request ). 7. You should always have your baggage with you . ( Advice ). 1. unattended. 2. baggage. 3. empty. 4. dispose of. 5. declare.AB.A.Page.29: AB.A.Page.30: - Could you give me your passport, please ? ( Polite request ). - Would you like me to help you with your baggage ? ( Offer ). - You should keep your passport in a safe place. ( Advice ). - May I see your ticket, please ? ( Polite request ). - Let's go to the shops before the plane leaves. ( Suggestion ). ( Suggestion ). - We could take a taxi to the airport. English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 3 Airport Security 21 pol ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  22. 22. should:ًٚ‫فؼ‬ ٛ٘‫ِغخػذ‬( ‫حٌظٛلغ‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ٌٍظؼز١ش‬ ) ‫حٌشحرغ‬ ‫حٌذسط‬ ٟ‫ف‬ ( َ‫٠غظخذ‬( Expectation،ٖ‫رؼذ‬ ٟ‫٠ؤط‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫ٚ٠ـذ‬‫ِقذس‬ (infinitive‫ِـشد‬ ‫ِنخسع‬ ً‫فؼ‬ ٞ‫أ‬ ). Ex.1. The match should be very exciting. Ex.2. She should enjoy the job. Ex.3. You shouldn't have any trouble here. Ex.4. They shouldn't get lost in the picnic. Ex.5. Should he be at home this evening ? Ex.6. Should the pupils pass their exams ? ========================================================================= No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 advert ٕ٬‫إػ‬ 5 friendly ‫ٓقذٞح‬ ,‫ٝهٝه‬ 9 office ‫ٌٓضخ‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫هثةٌر‬ 2 security ٖٓ‫ث‬ 6 reliable ‫ٓٞعٞم‬ 10 contact َٚ‫٣ض‬ 3 applying ‫ِٟخ‬ ْ٣‫صوو‬ 7 malls ‫صؾجً٣ز‬ ‫أّٞثم‬ 11 the public ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ‫ػجٓز‬ 4 look for ‫٣ذقظ‬ 8 factories َٓ‫ٓؼج‬ 12 literate ِْ‫ٓضؼ‬ ‫حٌّخظقشحص‬::Abbreviation No Abbr. Word Meaning No Abbr. Word Meaning 1 abbr. abbreviation ٌٚ‫ٓنض‬ 9 co. company ‫ًٌٕز‬ 2 bldg. building ‫د٘ج٣ز‬ 10 comp. computer ‫فجّٞح‬ 3 avail. available ٌ‫ٓضٞك‬ 11 yrs years ‫ّ٘ٞثس‬ 4 exp. experience ‫مذٌر‬ 12 spk. speak ٌِْ‫٣ض‬ 5 lic. licence ‫ًمٚز‬ 13 a.m. anti-meridian ٌٜ‫ثُظ‬ َ‫هذ‬ 6 freq. frequent ْ‫هثة‬ 14 p.m. post-meridian ٌٜ‫ثُظ‬ ‫دؼو‬ 7 w-e. weekend ‫ث٧ّذٞع‬ ‫ٜٗج٣ز‬ 15 Engl. English ‫ث٩ٌِٗ٤َ٣ز‬ 8 appt. appointment ٖ٤٤‫صؼ‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ٓٞػو‬ 16 e-mail electronic mail ٢ٌٗٝ‫ث٫ٌُض‬ ‫ثُذٌ٣و‬ ( b ).SB.Page.19 : 1. a. office bldgs. ( office building ). b. 18yrs. ( 18 years )..AB. A. Page.30 c. spk. Engl. and Arab (speak English and Arabic. d. avail. at w-e. ( available at weekends ). e. driving lic. ( driving licence ) . 2. a. company ( co.) b. computer ( comp.) c. appointment (appt.) d. experience (exp.) e. frequent ( freq.) AB. B. Page.31. 1. You should be friendly because you will have frequent contact with the public. 2. You need to be able to work weekends, use a computer and drive a car. 3. No, I don't need to. AB. C. Page.31. 1. some weekends. 2. at night. 3. walk. 4. hour. 5. TV screens. 6. Call the police 7. information or directions. 8. reports every day. AB. D. Page.32. is Samir Esam.Thisask who's calling ? 3.May IMr. Hazem ? 2.Could I speak to1. aboutHazem ? 6. I'm callingMr.Is that, please. 5. Good morning.Just a moment4. you like to come in for an appointment ?wouldadvert in yesterday's paper. 7. All right then, What is a good time ?8. Yes, I would. 3. e. 4. f. 5. c. 6.a1. b. 2. d.:::AB. E. Page.32 English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 4 Applying for a job 22 poc ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  23. 23. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 military ١ٌٌْ‫ػ‬ 7 specialist ٢ٙ‫ثمضٚج‬ 13 supervise ‫٣ٌٖف‬ 2 branch ‫كٌع‬ 8 install ‫َٚخ‬ُ٘٣ 14 skills ‫ٜٓجًثس‬ 3 Navy ‫ثُذقٌ٣ز‬ 9 maintain ْ٣‫ُو‬٣ 15 civilian ٢ٗ‫ٓو‬ 4 aircraft ‫ٟجةٌر‬ 10 equipment ‫ٓؼوثس‬ 16 physical ٢ٗ‫دو‬ 5 join ‫٣ِضقن‬ 11 officer ٠‫ٝجد‬ 17 technical ) ٢٘‫ك‬ ( ٢٘‫صو‬ 6 involve َٖٔ٣ 12 pilot ً‫ٟ٤ج‬ 18 background ‫مِل٤ز‬ Q2 / Complete the following sentences : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ًّ‫حٌـ‬ ًّ‫حو‬ / 2 ‫ط‬ 1. The military has ----- branches : -------, ------- and-------. 2. Land force can help protect the country from the ------. 3. In the Navy, we can work on the ----- that protect our -----. 4. If you are interested in computers, you can become a computer -----. 5. You must be 18 years old to ----- military. 6. The military needs the computers to ----- and ------ information. 7. Drivers are usually needed to ------ food and ------. 8. Officers have more ----- and more difficult jobs. 9. Officers can be doctors at the army ------. 10. Your ------ in the military can help you find a ------ job. AB.A.Page.33 : 1. parts. 2. become a member of 3. put in 4. make sure it keeps working 5. someone in a higher position 6. be in a charge of 7. outside the military AB.C.Page.33 : Paragraph 2 : b. Paragraph 3 : a. Paragraph 4 : c. Paragraph 5 : c. AB.D.Page.33 : 2. I've studied hard for the test, so I should pass. 3. You like exercising, so you shouldn't have trouble getting fit. 4. They learnt a lot in the military, so they shouldn't have trouble getting a job. 5. This is a new computer, so it should be faster than the older one. English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 5 Military jobs 23 poc 1. three : Land force, Navy, Air force. 2. ground. 3. ships , waters. 4. specialist. 5. join. 6. keep , organize. 7. transport , equipment. 8. responsibility. 9. base. 10. training ,civilian. 9. ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  24. 24. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 robbery ‫ٌّهز‬ 5 alerted ) ً‫في‬ ( ٚ‫ذ‬ُٗ 9 floor ‫ثُـٌكز‬ ًٛ‫ث‬ 2 occurred ‫فوعش‬ 6 daughter ‫د٘ش‬ 10 property ‫ٓٔضٌِجس‬ 3 owners ٖ٤ٌُ‫ٓج‬ 7 downstairs َ‫ث٧ّل‬ ‫ثُطجدن‬ 11 responsible ٍٝ‫ْٓؤ‬ 4 jewellery ‫ٓؾٌٞٛثس‬ 8 vase ‫ٌَٓٛ٣ز‬ 12 lock َ‫٣ول‬ - The two texts are about the same events. ‫حٌمشحءس‬‫حٌغش٠ؼش‬‫ٚحٌمشحءس‬‫حٌّشوضس‬( Skimming and Scanning ) ‫ػٕذِخ‬‫طزلغ‬ٓ‫ػ‬‫ِؼٍِٛخص‬ٟ‫ف‬‫ٔـ‬ٓ١‫ِؼ‬،‫٠ّىٕه‬‫طٛفش‬ ْ‫ح‬‫حٌىؼ١ش‬ِٓ‫حٌٛلض‬‫ػٕذ‬‫حعظخذحِه‬‫حٌقل١لش‬ ‫حٌطش٠مش‬‫ٌزٌه‬. ‫ٕٚ٘خن‬ْ‫هش٠مظخ‬ْ‫ؽخثؼظخ‬‫ّٚ٘خ‬‫حٌمشحءس‬‫حٌغش٠ؼش‬: ‫حٌظقفق‬ (( skimming‫ٚحٌمشحءس‬‫حٌّشوضس‬: ‫حٌظفلـ‬ (( Scanning. 1-‫حٌمشحءس‬‫حٌغش٠ؼش‬:ٟٕ‫طؼ‬‫حٌٕظش‬ٌٝ‫ا‬‫حٌٕـ‬‫ر‬ًِ‫وخ‬ ً‫ؾى‬ٚ‫رغشػش‬ْٚ‫د‬ٗ‫لشحءط‬ً١‫رخٌظفق‬‫ٌّؼشفش‬‫حٌّٛمٛع‬ٞ‫حٌز‬. ‫حٌٕـ‬ ٕٗ‫ػ‬ ‫٠ظلذع‬ 2-‫حٌمشحءس‬‫حٌّشوضس‬ْٟ٘‫أ‬‫طظذع‬‫ػ١ٕخن‬ْ‫طّشح‬ٍٝ‫ػ‬‫حٌٕـ‬‫رغشػش‬‫ٌٍزلغ‬ٓ‫ػ‬‫ِؼٍِٛخص‬‫ِؼ١ٕش‬،ٖ‫ٚطؼظزش٘ز‬‫حٌطش٠مش‬‫ؿ١ذس‬‫ػٕذِخ‬ْٛ‫طى‬ ‫ػخسفخ‬‫ِخرح‬ ٓ‫ػ‬‫طزلغ‬. {{ have , get , make }} have , get:‫عمل‬ ‫عن‬ ‫التحدث‬ ‫عند‬ ‫ويستخدمان‬ ‫يحصل‬ ‫معناهم‬ ‫فعالن‬ ‫وهما‬‫شيء‬ ‫او‬‫معين‬‫تم‬‫القيام‬‫به‬‫لشخص‬‫آخر‬. Ex.1. I have my hair cut monthly. Ex.2. She had the new watch stolen. Ex. 3. They get the car repaired. Ex.4. Samir got his eyes checked . make:‫شيء‬ ‫او‬ ‫شخص‬ ‫عن‬ ‫التحدث‬ ‫عند‬ ‫ويستخدم‬ ) ‫يجعل‬ ( ‫معناه‬ ‫فعل‬ ‫وهو‬‫بحدوث‬ ‫تسبب‬‫شي‬‫ء‬. ‫معين‬ Ex.5. The teachers make the pupils study hard . Ex.6. My father makes me come home early. Ex.7. Studying hard made them pass the exam. Ex. 8. Ali's death made all friends sad. 1. b. 2. c. 3. aAB.A.Page.35 : AB.B.Page.35 : 1. The police did so because this was the fifth robbery of the year. 2. Sue is happy because her father didn't get hurt. 3. She feels really angry. 4.Sue is upset because her science report was on the hard disk. 5. He is getting the lock replaced because the robber got in the house through the window. AB.C.Page.36 : AB.D.Page.36 : 1. I had my hair cut . 2. She got the window fixed. 3. The noise made him look outside. 4. The wind made the leaves fall. 5. The witness had his / her picture taken. ‫حٌنّخثـش‬ ‫حٌفخػ‬‫ـ‬ً ‫حٌظٍّه‬ ٗ‫ر‬ ‫حٌّفؼٛي‬ I my me We our us He his him She her her It its It They their them You yours you MeaningLess formalFormalMeaningLess formalFormal ٌٟ‫٣ضق‬find outinvestigate‫فوط‬happenedoccurred ) ‫ٓجهر‬ ( ‫ِي‬ُٓstuffproperty) ‫٣ؾٌؿ‬ ( ٟ‫٣ضؤى‬hurtinjured ) ‫هػج‬ ( ٚ‫ٗذ‬calledalerted English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 6 A robbery 24 pce ٗ‫ر‬ ‫ِفؼٛي‬ + ‫ػخٌغ‬ ‫طقش٠ف‬have / get +ً‫فخػـ‬ ٗ‫ر‬ ‫ِفؼٛي‬ + ‫ِـشد‬make +ً‫فخػـ‬ ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  25. 25. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 brochure ‫ًٌثّز‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ًض٤خ‬ 6 basic ٢ّ‫أّج‬ 11 insurance ٖ٤ٓ‫صؤ‬ 2 alarm ٚ‫ٓ٘ذ‬ 7 measures ‫إؽٌثءثس‬ 12 bushes ‫ٕؾ٤ٌثس‬ 3 persuade ‫٣و٘غ‬ 8 essential ١ٌٛٞ‫ؽ‬ 13 plant ‫٣ًَع‬ 4 sentimental ٢‫ػجٟل‬ 9 solid ‫ِٙخ‬ 14 paperclip ‫ًٝم‬ ُٞ‫هد‬ 5 value ‫ه٤ٔز‬ 10 burglar ٍٍ‫ٓ٘ج‬ ُ٘ 15 expert ٌ٤‫مذ‬ Q / Answer the following questions : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حالعجٍش‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫حؿذ‬ / ‫ط‬ Ex.1. Why should you think about home safety ? 1-‫؟‬ ‫ثُذ٤ش‬ ‫دْ٬ٓز‬ ٌٌ‫صل‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ‫٣ؾخ‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ - because hundreds of people have their homes robbed. -. ‫ثٌُْهز‬ ْٜ‫د٤ٞص‬ ٢‫ك‬ َٚ‫صق‬ ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ٖٓ ‫ٓتجس‬ ٕ٫ Ex.2. What happen if you get your computer stolen ? 2-‫؟‬ ‫ُقجّٞدي‬ ‫ٌّهز‬ ‫فِٚش‬ ‫ثىث‬ ‫٣قوط‬ ‫ٓجىث‬ - I lose hours of work on my hard disk. -. ‫ثُغجدش‬ ٌٗ‫ثُو‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ َٔ‫ثُؼ‬ ٖٓ ‫ّجػجس‬ ‫ثكوو‬ Ex.3.What are the most important things for home safety ? 3-‫؟‬ ‫ثُذ٤ش‬ ‫ُْ٬ٓز‬ ‫أٛٔ٤ز‬ ٌ‫ث٧ًغ‬ ‫ث٧ٕ٤جء‬ ٢ٛ ‫ٓج‬ - They are good windows, doors and locks. -. ٍ‫ٝث٧هلج‬ ‫ثُذ٤ٞس‬ , ‫ثُؾ٤ور‬ ‫ثُٖذجد٤ي‬ Ex.4.Where can burglars hide ? 4-ُ٘ٔ‫ث‬ ُٗٞٚ ‫٣ْضط٤غ‬ ٖ٣‫أ‬‫؟‬ ٕٞ‫٣نضذت‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٍٍ‫ج‬ - They can hide behind trees and bushes. -. ‫ٝثُٖؾ٤ٌثس‬ ً‫ث٧ٕؾج‬ ‫مِق‬ ٕٞ‫٣نضذت‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٕٞ‫٣ْضط٤ؼ‬ Ex.5. How can burglars open the easy doors ? 5-ْ٣ ‫ً٤ق‬‫؟‬ ‫ثُِْٜز‬ ‫ث٧دٞثح‬ ٕٞ‫٣لضق‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٍٍ‫ثُٔ٘ج‬ ُٗٞٚ ‫ضط٤غ‬ - They can open them with a bank card or a paperclip. -. ‫ًٝم‬ ُٞ‫هد‬ ٝ‫ث‬ ٢‫ٌٓٚك‬ ‫دٌجًس‬ ْٛٞ‫٣لضق‬ ٕ‫ث‬ ٕٞ‫٣ْضط٤ؼ‬ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AB.A.Page.37 -: َ‫ٓغ‬ , ‫ثُؾٞثح‬ ٠ِ‫ػ‬ َٚ‫ُضق‬ ٌٔ‫صْض‬ ‫صؾؼِي‬ ‫أّتِز‬1. Why should you think about home safety ? What are the most important things for home safety ? -: َ‫ٓغ‬ , ‫ٜٓٔز‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ؿٌ٣ذز‬ ‫ثُؾِٔز‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٌٜ‫صظ‬ ‫ًِٔجس‬2. They can open your door with a bank card or a paperclip ! -: َ‫ٓغ‬ , ‫هٞ٣ز‬ ‫ٙلجس‬3. impossible , essential . -: َ‫ٓغ‬ , ٟٞ‫أه‬ ‫ثُٚلجس‬ َ‫ُؾؼ‬ ‫هٞ٣ز‬ ‫ظٌٝف‬4. extremely , unbelievably. 5. For example, jewellery can have sentimental value. -: َ‫ٓغ‬ , ‫ٝٝٞفج‬ ٌ‫أًغ‬ ‫ّجدوز‬ ‫ؽِٔز‬ َ‫صؾؼ‬ ‫أٓغِز‬ AB.B.Page.37: : ‫فىشس‬ ً‫ٌى‬ ‫حٌغزذ‬ ‫حػو‬ . ‫إِٓخ‬ ‫ر١ظه‬ ً‫طـؼ‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫ٌألفىخس‬ ‫حٔظش‬ Things people shouldn't do : : ‫حٌٕخط‬ ‫٠فؼٍٙخ‬ ‫ال‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ ‫أؽ١خء‬ - Thieves can get them by breaking the window. -. ‫ثُٖذجد٤ي‬ ًٌْ ‫ٌٟ٣ن‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ‫٣ومِٞث‬ ٕ‫أ‬ ٌٖٔٓ ُِٗٞٚ‫ث‬ - Thieves often look here. -. ‫ٛ٘ج‬ ٌٕٝ‫٣٘ظ‬ ‫ٓج‬ ‫ؿجُذج‬ ُِٗٞٚ‫ث‬ - They may be dishonest. -. ‫ٌٕكجء‬ ٌ٤‫ؿ‬ ٌٕٞٗٞ٣ ‫ًدٔج‬ Things people should do : : ‫حٌٕخط‬ ‫٠فؼٍٙخ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ ‫أؽ١خء‬ - Thieves will think you are at home. -. ٍَُ٘ٔ‫ث‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ثٗي‬ ٕٝ‫ّ٤ؼضوو‬ ُِٗٞٚ‫ث‬ - They can check the property while you are away. -.)ٍَُ٘ٔ‫ث‬ ‫(مجًػ‬ ‫دؼ٤وث‬ ٌٕٞ‫ص‬ ‫ف٤٘ٔج‬ ‫ثُٔٔضٌِجس‬ ‫ٌٓثهذز‬ ٕٞ‫٣ْضط٤ؼ‬ - Thieves are less likely to know you are away. -. ُِٗٞٚ‫ث‬ ‫ػ٘و‬ ٫‫ثفضٔج‬ َ‫ثه‬ ٌٕٞ‫ص‬ ‫دؼ٤وث‬ ‫ثٗي‬ ‫ٓؼٌكز‬ - They can look out for suspicious people around your house. -‫َُٓ٘ي‬ ٍٞ‫ف‬ ْٜ٤‫ك‬ ‫ثٌُٖٔٞى‬ ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ ‫ثٌُٖق‬ ٕٞ‫٣ْضط٤ؼ‬ : ‫حٌفىشس‬ ٖ‫٘ز‬ ًّ‫ٌظى‬ ‫حٌّٛمٛع‬ ‫٘زح‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫ِالكظخطه‬ ‫حؿّغ‬AB.C.Page.37: It is not enough to have good locks. It's also important to learn good habits. It is foolish to keep keys in a flowerpot by the door because thieves usually look for the keys in anything by the door. Don't write any notice to tell that you are away because that will attract thieves. As for the ideas that one should do : You should keep lights on when you leave at night. Thieves think that you are at home. Another idea is to give a family member a key to check everything while you are away. Last but not least, tell the neighbours to collect mail and to look out when they know that you are away or on a holiday. Some ideas or suggestions to keep your home safe : : ‫إِٓخ‬ ‫ر١ظه‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫طلخفع‬ ٟ‫حٌظ‬ ‫ٚحٌّمظشكخص‬ ‫حألفىخس‬ ‫رؼل‬ 1. install a safety camera. 2. install an alarm machine . 3. use thick dark curtains. 4. set a guard dog in the house. 5. never be too late. English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 7 A safety brochure 25 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  26. 26. No Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning 1 valuables ِ‫ٗلجة‬ 4 park َٙ٘‫ٓض‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ٓٞهق‬ 7 periodically ‫هًٝ٣ج‬ 2 in the ignition َ٤‫ثُضٖـ‬ ٕ‫ٌٓج‬ ٢‫ك‬ 5 leaflet ٝ‫أ‬ ‫ٌٖٗر‬‫ًٌثّز‬ 8 expose ٌٛ‫٣ؼ‬ 3 brakes ) ‫(دٌ٣ي‬ ‫ٌٓجدـ‬ 6 support ٍَ‫٣ؼ‬ 9 cost ‫ًِلز‬ ٝ‫أ‬ ‫٣ٌِق‬ AB.A.Page.39: 1. The speed limit but the driver is speeding. 2. It's a ( NO PARKING ZONE ) , but the driver parked his car illegally. 3.The driver goes to buy ice-cream, leaving his keys in the car. :AB.B.Page.40 )) ‫حألعزخد‬Reasons) ‫ٌٍغٛحق‬ ‫ٔق١لش‬ (Advice for drivers someone could take them and steal the car.Don't leave your keys in the ignition. not to expose your car to be stolen.Avoid parking illegally. someone may steal them.Don't leave valuables in the car openly. the opposite drivers can't see.Don't drive with highlights all the way. you can stop when it is necessary.Check the brakes of the car . speeding often causes accidents.Avoid speeding. it's illegal to drive without it.Get driving licence. AB.C.Page.40: English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 8 Review 26 pce Dear drivers ; Follow these instructions to drive safely :: Obey traffic lights and road signs. Don't speed. Don't drive drowsy or drunk. Wear seat belt. Use mirrors. Don't use the mobile phone during driving. Don't eat or drink during driving. Use horn if necessary. Pay attention to the trucks. :: ‫السائق‬ ‫عزٌزي‬ ‫ال‬ . ‫الطرٌق‬ ‫وعالمات‬ ‫المرور‬ ‫إلشارات‬ ‫االنصٌاع‬ :: ‫بأمان‬ ‫لتسوق‬ ‫التالٌة‬ ‫التعلٌمات‬ ‫اتبع‬‫ال‬ . ‫تسرع‬‫س‬ ‫أو‬ ‫نعسان‬ ‫وأنت‬ ‫تسوق‬‫ـ‬. ‫كران‬ ‫ال‬ . ‫المراٌا‬ ‫استخدم‬ . ‫األمان‬ ‫حزام‬ ‫البس‬‫الم‬ ‫تستخدم‬‫ال‬ . ‫السٌاقة‬ ‫خالل‬ ‫وباٌل‬ٌ‫الس‬ ‫خالل‬ ‫تشرب‬ ‫أو‬ ‫تأكل‬‫المنبه‬ ‫اسـتخدم‬ . ‫اقة‬‫عـند‬ . ‫الضرورة‬. ‫للشاحنات‬ ‫انتبه‬ ) ْ‫رؤِخ‬ ‫عٛق‬ (Drive safely Check your car completely : Brakes . Headlights and taillights. Good and air-filled tires. Oil . Fuel and Water . ) ‫عخٌّش‬ ‫ع١خسطه‬ ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ‫كخفع‬ (Keep your care safe ‫حٌٛلٛد‬ . ‫حٌض٠ض‬ . ‫رخٌٙٛحء‬ ‫ٍِّٚٛءس‬ ‫ؿ١ذس‬ ‫اهخسحص‬ . ‫ٚحٌخٍف١ش‬ ‫حألِخِ١ش‬ ‫حالمٛ٠ش‬ . ) ‫حٌزش٠ه‬ ( ‫حٌّىخرق‬ : ًِ‫رخٌىخ‬ ‫ع١خسطه‬ ‫فلـ‬ . ‫ٚحٌّخء‬ ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 keys, parking , valuables, lights , brakes , speeding , driving licence
  27. 27. 6.civilian.5. supervise.n. 4. officer.3. maintai1. branches. 2. join.AB.A.Page.41: AB.B.Page.41: .limit. 4. speedmachineray-3. x.detector2. metal.camera1. security .belt. 7. conveyorgun6. radar speed.ticket5. speeding AB.C.Page.42: 1. obey. 2. drive 3. have. 4. take. 5. wear. 6. pay. 7.stop. 8. let. 9. commit. AB.D.Page.42: 1. crime scene. 2. fingerprints. 3.investigating. 4. arrest. 5. pickpocket. 6. unattended. 7. disposed of. 8. witness. . c. 2. a. 3. f. 4. b. 5. d. 6. e .1AB.E.Page.43::: 6. should.1. shouldn't. 2. should. 3. shouldn't. 4. should. 5. should.AB.F.Page.43::: AB.G.Page.44: Ali : Can / Could / Would ….? ( Polite Request ). Faisal : should …. ( Advice ). Huda : Can / Could / Would ….? ( Polite Request ). Police officer : will … ( Offer ) or ( Agreement ). Police officer : Can / Could / Would ….? ( Polite Request ). Father : Shall we …. ( Suggestion ). Mother : Let's …. ( Suggestion ). AB.H.Page.44: 1. You mustn't drive fast. 2. Can / Could / Would you help me with these suitcases ? 3. Shall we / Let's have a cup of coffee there ? 4. I'll / Shall I help you with the stuff ? 5. May I see your ticket ? AB.I.Page.44: 1. I mustn't smoke in the police-station. 2. You have to go shopping tomorrow. 3.They don't have to write the article. 4. You mustn't forget the festival. 5. The pupils have to get up early. 6. I must read holy Quraan daily. 7. I have to phone my lawyer. AB.J.Page.45: 1. They had their television stolen. 2. My father got / had the computer fixed. 3. My mother made me turn down the music. 4. He had his hair cut. 5. My father had / got the car cleaned . AB.K.Page.46: Dear Ahmed ; I like to write some ideas and advice you may need. You should take a taxi to the company to be early and ready there. Tell the receptionist about the interview so that he can tell you what to do. You should be calm, sober and not to worry because it is normal procedure. About the interview, you should wear a nice suit and a tie to be neat and formal. You shouldn't forget to have a notebook with a pen. You should write every note or information during the interview. You shouldn't speak more than what is needed. You should be smart and serious . You should take time to say " thank you " after the interview. Best wishes Hayder : ‫حكّذ‬ ٞ‫ػض٠ض‬ ْٛ‫ٌظى‬ ‫حٌؾشوش‬ ٌٝ‫ا‬ ٟ‫طخوغ‬ ‫طؤخز‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ .‫طلظخؿٙخ‬ ‫لذ‬ ‫ٚٔق١لش‬ ‫حألفىخس‬ ‫رؼل‬ ‫حوظذ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫أكذ‬‫ِٚغظؼذح‬ ‫ِزىشح‬‫ِٛظف‬ ‫حخزش‬ . ‫ٕ٘خن‬ ٟ‫ٌى‬ ‫حٌّمخرٍش‬ ٓ‫ػ‬ ‫حالعظمزخي‬‫٠خزشن‬. ٍٗ‫طفؼ‬ ٞ‫رخٌز‬‫٠ـذ‬ٚ ‫٘خدثخ‬ ْٛ‫طى‬ ْ‫أ‬ٚ ‫سص٠ٕخ‬‫ال‬ ْ‫ح‬. ٞ‫ػخد‬ ‫اؿشحء‬ ٗٔ‫أل‬ ‫طمٍك‬ ‫أٔ١مخ‬ ْٛ‫ٌظى‬ ‫ػٕك‬ ‫سرطش‬ ‫ِغ‬ ‫ؿّ١ٍش‬ ‫رذٌش‬ ‫طٍزظ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ ، ‫حٌّمخرٍش‬ ‫كٛي‬‫ٚسعّ١خ‬. ٍُ‫ل‬ ‫ِغ‬ ‫ِالكظخص‬ ‫دفظشح‬ ‫ٌذ٠ه‬ ْٛ‫٠ى‬ ْ‫أ‬ ٝ‫طٕغ‬ ‫ال‬ . ‫طىظذ‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ً‫و‬‫طؤخز‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ . ‫ٚؿذ٠خ‬ ‫رو١خ‬ ْٛ‫طى‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ . ‫ِطٍٛد‬ ‫ِّخ‬ ‫أوؼش‬ ٍُ‫طظى‬ ‫ال‬ ْ‫أ‬ ‫٠ـذ‬ . ‫حٌّمخرٍش‬ ‫خالي‬ ‫ِؼٍِٛش‬ ٚ‫أ‬ ‫ِالكظش‬ ‫حٌّمخرٍش‬ ‫رؼذ‬ " ُ‫ٌى‬ ‫"ؽىشح‬ ‫ٌظمٛي‬ ‫ٚلظخ‬. ‫ك١ذس‬ / ‫حٌظّٕ١خص‬ ‫أه١ذ‬ English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 9 Test yourself 27 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571 ‫حٌّمخرٍش‬The Interview
  28. 28. No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning No. Word Meaning 1 invented ‫أمضٌع‬ 8 enforcement ٌٛ‫ك‬ 15 identify ‫٣ضؼٌف‬ 2 detect ‫٣ٌٖق‬ 9 waves ‫ٓٞؽجس‬ 16 beep ‫ٗـٔز‬ 3 enemy ٝ‫ػـو‬ 10 towards ٙ‫دجصؾج‬ 17 fine ‫ؿٌثٓز‬ 4 including ‫ٓضٞٔ٘ج‬ 11 bounce ‫٣ٌصو‬ 18 claim ٢ٌ‫٣ٖض‬ 5 prediction ‫ص٘ذؤ‬ 12 calculate ‫٣قْخ‬ 19 mistakes ‫أمطجء‬ 6 developed ًٞ‫صط‬ 13 shaped ٌَُٕ 20 maintenance ‫إهثٓز‬ 7 tools ‫أهٝثس‬ 14 plate ‫ُٞفز‬ 21 regularly ّ‫دجٗضظج‬ SB. Page : 23: a. II , 50, one. b. after that, although, however, so, in that case, then, but. c. aircraft, ships, cars. d. weather. Q// Answer the following questions : : ‫حٌظخٌ١ش‬ ‫حألعجٍش‬ ‫أؿذ‬ // ‫ط‬ 1. When was radar invented ? 1-‫؟‬ ً‫ثٌُثهث‬ ‫ثمضٌثع‬ ْ‫ص‬ ٠‫ٓض‬ - Radar was invented during World War II . -. ‫ثُغجٗ٤ز‬ ‫ثُؼجُٔ٤ز‬ ‫ثُقٌح‬ ٍ٬‫م‬ ٚ‫ثمضٌثػ‬ ْ‫ص‬ ً‫ثٌُثهث‬ 2. What was radar used for ? 2-‫؟‬ ً‫ثٌُثهث‬ ّ‫٣ْضنو‬ ‫ٓجىث‬ ٠ُ‫ث‬ -. ‫ٌّػضٜج‬ ُ‫ه٤ج‬ ‫ًٝيُي‬ ‫ثُْ٤جًر‬ ‫ُِٞفز‬ ًٙٞٙ ‫ثمي‬ , ٞ‫دجُؾ‬ ‫ثُض٘ذؤ‬ , ٝ‫ثُؼو‬ ٖ‫ّٝل‬ ‫ٟجةٌثس‬ ‫ًٖق‬ : ‫ُـ‬ ّ‫٣ْضنو‬ ً‫ثٌُثهث‬ -Radar was used for : detecting enemy aircraft and ships, weather prediction, taking a picture of car's license plate as well as measure its speed. 3. Why did police officers start using radar speed gun ? 3-ّ‫دجّضنوث‬ ‫ثٌُٖٟز‬ ٟ‫ٝذج‬ ‫دوأ‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ُ‫ْٓو‬ - They started using it to catch speeders. -. ٖ٤‫ثٌُْٔػ‬ ‫ُْٔي‬ ٚٓ‫دجّضنوث‬ ‫دوأٝث‬ 4. When did police officers start using radar speed gun ? 4-ُ‫ْٓو‬ ّ‫دجّضنوث‬ ‫ثٌُٖٟز‬ ٟ‫ٝذج‬ ‫دوأ‬ ٠‫ٓض‬‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ - They started using it over ( 50 ) years ago. -( ٖٓ ٌ‫٧ًغ‬ ٚٓ‫دجّضنوث‬ ‫دوأٝث‬51. ‫ٓٞش‬ ‫ّ٘ز‬ ) 5. How does a radar speed gun work ? 5-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ َٔ‫٣ؼ‬ ‫ً٤ق‬ -. ٚ٤ُ‫ث‬ ‫ٝصٌصو‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ٙ‫دجصؾج‬ ‫ًثه٣ٞ٣ز‬ ‫ٓٞؽجس‬ ٍ‫ثًّج‬ ‫ٌٟ٣ن‬ ٖ‫ػ‬ َٔ‫٣ؼ‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ُ‫ْٓو‬ - A radar speed gun works by sending radio waves towards a car and they bounce back to it. 6. What are the types of radar speed gun ? 6-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ُ‫ْٓو‬ ‫أٗٞثع‬ ٢ٛ‫ٓج‬ - Some are hand-held and some are shaped a bit like guns. -. ُ‫ًْٔو‬ ْٔٚٓ ٜ‫ٝثُذؼ‬ ‫دجُ٤و‬ ٍٞٔ‫ٓق‬ ٜ‫ثُذؼ‬ 7. What are radar detectors ? 7-‫؟‬ ً‫ثٌُثهث‬ ‫ًجٕلجس‬ ٢ٛ‫ٓج‬ -. ‫هٌ٣ذج‬ ‫ْٓضنوٓج‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ُ‫ْٓو‬ ٕ‫ًج‬ ‫ثىث‬ ‫ك٤ٔج‬ ‫ُضٌٖق‬ ‫ثُْٞثم‬ َ‫هذ‬ ٖٓ ّ‫صْضنو‬ ) ‫آ٫س‬ ( ٖ‫ٌٓجة‬ ٢ٛ - They are machines used by drivers to detect if the radr speed gun is being used nearby. 8. Why do some people claim about radar speed guns ? 8-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ‫ْٓوّجس‬ ٖٓ ُ‫ثُ٘ج‬ ٜ‫دؼ‬ ٢ٌ‫٣ٖض‬ ‫ُٔجىث‬ -. ‫فن‬ ٕٝ‫دو‬ ‫ُِـٌثٓز‬ ٌٕٞٝ‫٣ضؼ‬ ‫ٝثُْٞثم‬ ‫أمطجء‬ َٔ‫صؼ‬ ‫دجٜٗج‬ ٌٕٞ‫٣ٖض‬ ْٛ - They claim that radar speed guns can make mistakes, and that drivers get tickets when they shouldn't. 9. What are the rules about radar speed guns maintenance ? 9-‫؟‬ ‫ثٌُْػز‬ ً‫ًثهث‬ ‫ُْٔوّجس‬ ‫ثُٚ٤جٗز‬ ‫هٞثػو‬ ٢ٛ‫ٓج‬ -‫ٝٝذ‬ ‫ٌٓثهذضٜج‬ ْ‫ص‬ ‫ثىث‬. ‫آٓ٘ز‬ ‫ٕٞثًػ٘ج‬ ‫فلع‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫ثُْٔجػور‬ ٢‫ك‬ ‫أّجّ٤ز‬ ‫آ٫س‬ ٌٕٞ‫ّض‬ , ّ‫دجٗضظج‬ ‫طٜج‬ - If they are checked and fixed regularly, they are an essential tool in helping keep our roads safe. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AB.A.Page.47: 1. ( SK ) Radar guns. 2. ( SC ) A machine that detects radar guns. 3. ( SK ) Paragraph 3. 4. ( SC ) Some can. 1.( F ). 2.( F ). 3. ( T ). 4. ( T ). 5. ( T ). 6. ( T ). 7. ( T ). 8. ( F ).:AB.B.Page.47 AB.C.Page.47: I think the following five facts are interesting. First, that radar gun was invented 50 years ago. So that's a long time in the past. Second, that some police officers don't turn on their guns until they see a car that they think it is speeding. Third, that they 1. detect if a radar gun is being used nearby. 2. in some places, they are illegal and the drivers can get a fine for having one. Fourth, that drivers get tickets when they shouldn't. Fifth, that there aren’t many mistakes done by radar gun. English for Iraq Unit 2 Lesson 10 Security technology 28 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  29. 29. English For Iraq ‫الوحدة‬‫ال‬‫ثالثة‬ / ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬ / ‫حٌّذسط‬07801166571 SIXTH PREPARATORY CLASS English For Iraq ‫ِفشدحص‬ ‫أؿٛرش‬‫أؾخءحص‬ ‫ِالكظخص‬ ٞ‫حالػذحد‬ ‫حٌغـخدط‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫لطغ‬ ‫خخسؿ١ش‬ ‫ػخِش‬ ‫أعجٍش‬
  30. 30. No. Word Meaning No Word Meaning No Word Meaning 1 tourist ‫ّجةـ‬ 7 fine art ‫ؽٔ٤ِز‬ ٕٞ٘‫ك‬ 13 plumber ‫ّذجى‬ 2 industry ‫ٙ٘جػز‬ 8 media َ‫ّٝجة‬ّ٬‫ث٩ػ‬ 14 surgeon ‫ؽٌثؿ‬ 3 career ‫ٜٓ٘ز‬ 9 scientific ٢ِٔ‫ػ‬ 15 lifeguard ‫ٓ٘وي‬ 4 architecture ‫ثُؼٔجًر‬ ٖ‫ك‬ 10 research ‫دقظ‬ 16 flight attendant ‫ٓٞ٤لز‬ 5 architect ١ً‫ٓؼٔج‬ ُ‫ٜٓ٘و‬ 11 design ْٔٚ٣ 17 stressful ‫ٓؾٜو‬ 6 aviation ٕ‫ٟ٤ٌث‬ 12 journalist ٢‫ٙقل‬ 18 well-paid ٌ‫ثؽ‬‫ؽ٤و‬ SB.Page.26 : L. N. Word L. N. Word L. N. Word a 3 architecture e l fine art i 12 the oil industry b 11 the aviation industry f 10 information technology j 4 scientific research c 6 engineering g 9 the media k 2 teaching d 8 the environment h 5 medicine l 7 the tourist industry audio :SB.Page.26 : Name L. Career Meaning Field Zaid l Manager of a hotel in Hurghada, Egypt. ‫ك٘وم‬ ٌ٣‫ٓو‬ The tourist industry Nada g Presenter on Al-Jazeera television ‫ٓووٓز‬ The media Ousama b Pilot ً‫ٟ٤ج‬ The aviation industry Faten f Computer programmer ‫فجّٞح‬ ‫ٓذٌٓؾز‬ Information technology AB. A. Page. 49. No Job L. Duties 1 architect e design buildings 2 cameraman j operates the camera for films or TV programmes. 3 engineer c designs and builds machines, engines or roads. 4 flight attendant h looks after passengers on a plane. 5 journalist l writes articles for newspapers and magazines. 6 lawyer f gives advice to people about the law. 7 lifeguard g is responsible for the safety of swimmers. 8 pilot a flies a plane. 9 plumber b fixes and installs pipes for water. 10 surgeon i operates on people in hospital. 11 secretary d does general office work. 12 tour guide k shows tourist around. English for Iraq Unit 3 Lesson 1 I'd like to work in the tourist industry 30 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571
  31. 31. AB. B. Page. 49. 1. What do you call a person who designs buildings ? An architect. - What is an architect ? It's someone who designs buildings . 2. cameraman. 3. engineer. 4. flight attendant. 5. journalist. 6. lawyer. 7. lifeguard. 8. pilot. 9. plumber. 10. surgeon. 11. secretary. 12. tour guide. 1 What do you call a person who designs buildings ? An architect. What is an architect ? It's someone who designs buildings.. 2 What do you call a person who operates the camera for films or TV programmes? - A cameraman. What is a cameraman ? It's someone who operates the camera for films or TV programmes. 3 What do you call a person who designs and builds machines, engines or roads? - An engineer. What is an engineer ? It's someone who designs and builds machines, engines or roads. 4 What do you call a person who looks after passengers on a plane? - A flight attendant. What is a flight attendant ? It's someone who looks after passengers on a plane. 5 What do you call a person who writes articles for newspaper and magazines? - A journalist. What is a journalist ? It's someone who writes articles for newspaper and magazines. 6 What do you call a person who gives advice to people about the law? - A lawyer . What is a lawyer ? It's someone who gives advice to people about the law. 7 What do you call a person who is responsible for the safety of swimmers? - A lifeguard. What is a lifeguard ? It's someone who is responsible for the safety of swimmers. 8 What do you call a person who flies a plane? - A pilot. What is a pilot ? It's someone who flies a plane. 9 What do you call a person who fixes and installs pipes for water? - A plumber . What is a plumber ? It's someone who fixes and installs pipes for water. 10 What do you call a person who operates on people in hospital? - A surgeon. What is a surgeon ? It's someone who operates on people in hospital. 11 What do you call a person who does general office work? - A secretary. What is a secretary ? It's someone who does general office work. 12 What do you call a person who shows tourist around? - A tour guide. What is a tour guide ? It's someone who shows tourist around. Page.50.AB. C. A / An ( ‫حٌٛظ١فش‬ ٚ‫ح‬ ‫حٌّٕٙش‬ ) is someone / a person who + { ‫حٌٛظ١فش‬ ًّ‫ػ‬ } { ( s / es ) ٍٝ‫ػ‬ ٞٛ‫٠لظ‬ ‫ِنخسع‬ ً‫فؼ‬: } No Career Meaning Definition 1 A nurse ‫ٌٓٔٝز‬ is someone who looks after sick people and helps doctors. 2 A fashion designer ‫أٍ٣جء‬ ْٔٚٓ is someone who designs clothes. 3 A hotel manager ٌ٣‫ٓو‬‫ك٘وم‬ is someone who runs a hotel. 4 A salesperson ‫دجةغ‬ is someone who sells things in a shop. 5 A TV presenter ٢ٗٞ٣َ‫صِل‬ ّ‫ٓوو‬ is someone who introduces programmes on TV. 6 A marketing manager ‫صْٞ٣ن‬ ٌ٣‫ٓو‬ is someone who is responsible for advertising and selling products. 7 A cartoonist ‫ٓضقًٌز‬ ًّّٞ ‫ٓ٘لي‬ is someone who draws amusing pictures. Study Tip. Page.50. physician, dentist, oculist, aorist, cardiologist.: doctor, nurse, surgeon,Hospital- : manager , cashier , waiter.Restaurant-: clerk , accountant , sweeper.Office- : reporter , correspondent.Magazine- English for Iraq Unit 3 Lesson 1 I'd like to work in the tourist industry 31 ‫حٌّذسط‬/ٟ‫حٌمش٠ؾ‬ ‫خن١ش‬/07801166571

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