1- Ahmed says that he (went-gone-goes-had gone) to Alex every year.
2- He (told-said-asked-ordered) he was living with his uncle.
3- He said that he (had written-would write-is writing-was writing) a letter then.
4- He told me that he (will reach-would reach-reached-had reached) Cairo the following week.
5- Samir (said-told-asked-spoke) he had never been to Luxor.
6- He said that he (would see-has seen-had seen-was seen) a new film on TV the night before.
7- He told me that he (will visit-would visit-is visiting-visited) me the next day.
8- He said just now that he (bought-has bought-would buy-will buy) a new car next month.
9- He said that he (doesn’t go-wouldn’t go-hadn’t gone-won’t go ) to school the previous day.
10- Air travel has made the world a (smaller-huge-big-large) place.
11- (Fortunately-Luckily-Unfortunate-Unfortunately), planes cause air and noise pollution.
12- It can be expensive to (do-make-work-talk) international phone calls.
13- Computers are connected by the internet (for-by-with-to) shops and banks.
14- Doctors can (place-buy-replace-keep) damaged hearts and lungs.
15- We can travel through the internet (at-in-to-from) no time.
16- People invent things (at-for-with-from) many reasons
17- The telephone enabled people to communicate (with-by-to-for) each other.
18- I like your new blouse. How much did it (cost-pay-buy-spend) you?
19- My parents (cost-paid-bought-spent) a new mobile for me.
20- My new mobile is not expensive. It (cost-paid-bought-spent) me LE 200.
21- I (cost-paid-bought-spent) all my money while I was on holiday.
22- Doctors give patients (treatment-employment-measurement-enjoyment) to make them better.
Choose the correct answer: Unit 13 Vocabulary
1- People spend too much time (talk-talking-talked-to talk) on their mobile phones.
2- Air travel (helps-benefits-hurts-damages) the environment and should be more expensive.
3- People can travel (at-with-to-by) other countries in a very short time.
4- One (disadvantage-advantage-merit-benefit) of planes is that they cause air and noise pollution.
7- You can fly from Cairo to London (at-on-by-in) about four hours.
8- You can send people text (books-letters-messages-bills) if you don’t have much time.
9- He cleans the floors and the toilets and empties all the (bins-pens-tins-rens).
10- Firemen don’t (spend-waste-lose-miss) all their time in burning buildings.
11- I enjoy (talk-talks-talked-talking) to people.
12- She was sent on a language course to (improve-best-good-higher) her English.
13- Mr. Ali has three (week-weeks-weeks’-week’s) holiday a year.
Choose the correct answer: (Unit13) Grammar (The Articles)
1- (A-An-The-No article) Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world.
2- My father is (a-an-the-no article) doctor.
3- In fact, he’s one of (a-an-the-no article) best doctors in our town.
4- (A-An-The-No article) town he is talking about is Damietta.
5- You shouldn’t look at (a-an-the-no article) sun. It can damage your eyes.
6- Yesterday I found (a-an-the-no article) mobile phone in the road.
7- (A-An-The-No article) Nile is the longest river in the world.
8- I saw (a-an-the-no article) accident this morning.
9- We live in (a-an-the-no article) old house near to the sea Nile.
10- When I leave school, I want to be (a-an-the-no article) tourist guide.
11- (A-An-The-No article) mobile phone was invented in 1973.
12- My brother is (a-an-the-no article) fastest swimmer in our school.
13- The moon is a planet in (a-an-the-no article) sky.
14- On our trip to Spain, we crossed (a-an-the-no article) Atlantic Ocean.
15- When I was at school, I loved (a-an-the-no article) Mathematics.
17- Look at (a-an-the-no article) apples on that tree.
18- We had dinner at (a-an-the-no article) most expensive restaurant in town.
Choose the correct answer: (Unit14) Vocabulary
1- The earliest type of air travel was the hot air (balloon-saloon-plane-ship).
2- Hemingway’s novel A Farewell to Arms came (in-over-with-out) in 1929.
3- In 1492, Christopher Columbus left Italy on a journey of (discovery-invention-exploration-expectation).
4- After he left school, Jules Verne studied law to be a (mayor-lawyer-buyer-seller).
5- Verne spent a lot of his time (write-writing-writes-wrote) stories about fantastic journeys.
6- Jules’ father stopped (paying-pays-pay-paid) for his studies.
7- Most science (faction-fiction-fact-factory) books tell stories about life in the future.
8- I’ve (realized-relaxed-known-reached) that I don’t have to go to school today because it’s a holiday.
9- When the man was (taken-arrested-killed-injured), he asked to speak to his lawyer.
10- Have you ever heard (at-by-of-with) Jules Verne?
12- Nantes is a port busy (at-of-about-with) ships coming and going.
14- Her earned enough money to live (with-on-by-at) his writing.
15- A lawyer speaks (of-on-for-by) people who have been arrested.
17- (During-While-When-As) the journey, he was kidnapped.
18- If you don’t hurry up, we’ll (catch-lose-miss-win) the train.
19- If you don’t (catch-lose-miss-win) weight, you won’t feel better.
20- I enjoy (listen-to listen-listens-listening) to is my grandfather.
1- Dickens was the writer (which-who-whose-where) wrote Oliver Twist.
2- I visited Alexandria, the city (who-which-where-when) Gamal Abdel Nasser was born.
3- The book about Dickens, (who-whom-whose-which) my friend gave me, is very interesting.
4- They’ve built a new school next to the house (who-which-where-when) I grew up.
5- Someone (who-which-whose-where) I enjoy listening to is my grandfather.
6- Neil Armstrong was the first man (where-when-who-whose) walked on the moon.
7- Will you lend me the DVD (who-whom-which-when) you bought last week.
9- The girl (which-who-whose-that) mother is ill is crying.
10- This is the house (which-where-whose-that) I spent my childhood.
11- Elba is the island (who-whose-whom-where) Napoleon was exiled.
12- These are the books (that-whom-who-what) give you all the information you need on space.
13- This is the mechanic (which-whose-who-whom) repaired my car.
14-Summer is the season (when-who-which-where) many people take vacations.
15-We had a river in (which-that-where-what) we could swim.
16-July is the month (when-who-which-where) I go on holiday.
17He met one of his old friends in Tanta (which-that-where-who) he lives.
19When she sees (which-why-what-that) you have done, she will be angry.