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  • الأربعاء، 19 يونيو 2019

    سلسلة الدروس الأسبوعية: الدرس الأول (Reading Comprehension and Precis) الإنجليزية مع السيمو

    سلسلة الدروس الأسبوعية: الدرس الأول (Reading Comprehension and Precis) الإنجليزية مع السيمو

    Listen and Read: Lesson 1 | English With Simo

    القراءة و الإستماع: الدرس الأول


    هدة السلسلة من الدروس يقدمها موقع الإنجليزية مع السيمو كل أسبوع و نهدف من خلالها تزويد المتعلمين بمجموعة الدروس في القراءة و الكتابة و القواعد و الإستماع من أجل مساعدة المتعلم على التمكن من اللغة الإنجلزية بشكل أفضل.


    Lesson: A private Conversation

    إقرأ النص و إستمع إلى الملف الصوتي أسفله
    Last week I went to the theater. I had a very good seat. The play was very interesting. I did not enjoy it. A young man and a young woman were sitting behind me. They were talking loudly. I got very angry. I could not hear the actors. I turned round. I looked at the man and the woman angrily. They did not pay any attention. In the end, I could not bear it. I turned round again. 'I can't hear a word!' I said angrily.
    'It's none of your business.' the young man said rudely, 'This is a private conversation!'



    المطلوب منك هنا هو الإجابة على كل سؤال في فقرة باللغة الإنجليزية. بهذه الطريقة ستجيب على أسئلة الفهم و في نفس الوقت تكتب خلاصة لأفكار النص.
    Comprehension Precis and Composition
    Answer these questions in not more than 55 words.
    1. Where did the writer go last week?
    2. Did he enjoy the play or not?
    3. Who was sitting behind the man?
    4. Were they talking loudly, or were they talking quietly?
    5. Could the writer hear the actors or not?
    6. Did he turn round or not?
    7. What did he say?
    8. Did the young man say, 'The play is not interesting.' or did he say, 'This is a private conversation!'?



    Key Structure

    Word order in simple statements.
    1. A statements tells about something. All the sentences in the passage above are statements. Each of these statements contains one idea. Each statement tells about one thing. A statement that tells us about one thing is a simple statement
    2. The order of the words in a statement is very important. Look at these two statements.They both contain the same words but they do not mean the same thing:
    a) The policeman arrested the thief.
    b) The thief arrested the policeman.
    3. A simple statement can have six parts, but it does not always have so many. Study the order of the words in the columns below.

    When? Who?
    Which?
    What
    Action Who?
    Which?
    What?
    How? Where? When?
    Last week I played a football game ____ In the stadium ____
    ____ Some people were talking ____ loudly at the theatre ____

    Exercise

    The following sentences have mistakes in word order. Organize them based on the chart above.
    Example:
    A. I last year to America went.
    The correct order is: I (who) went (action) to America (where) last year (when)



    1. The film I enjoyed yesterday.
    2. The news listened to I carefully.
    3. Well the man the piano played.
    4. Games played yesterday in their room the children quietly.
    5. Quietly the door he opened.
    6. Immediately left he.
    7. A tree in the corner of the garden he planted.
    8. Before lunch the letter in his office quickly he read.
    9. This morning a book I from the library borrowed.
    10. The soup spoilt the cook.

    تحميل ورقة التمارين

    الإنجليزية مع السيمو مدونة للأستاذ محمد بوجامع من المغرب. هذه المدونة مصممة لمساعدة المتعلمين العرب على فهم جميع دروس اللغة الإنجليزية لجميع المستويات و كذلك تأهيل المتعلمين لإجتياز الإمتحانات الوطنية بنقط مشرفة. لذلك يتم إستعمال اللغة العربية لشرح دروس الإنجليزية مع تقديم تمارين، نمادج إمتحانات، شروحات بالفيديو و كذلك كتب و برامج تعلم الإنجليزية.

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