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  • الثانية بكالوريا: تمارين تفاعلية لمراجعة دروس الوحدة الثالثة ـ الإنجليزية مع السيمو

    الثانية بكالوريا: تمارين تفاعلية لمراجعة دروس الوحدة الثالثة ـ الإنجليزية مع السيمو

    تمارين تفاعلية مراجعة دروس الوحدة الثانية ـ الإنجليزية مع السيمو


    هذه السلسلة من التمارين التفاعلية تم تصميمها من طرف الأستاذ السيمو لفائدة تلاميذ مستوى الثانية بكالوريا لمراجعة جميع دروس الوحدة الثالثة. تشمل هذه السلسلة من التمارين كل من تمارين المعجم، وضائف اللغة، قواعد اللغة و كذلك التعبير و الإنشاء. جميع هذه التمارين يتم تصميمها وفقا لما جاء في الإطار المرجعي الخاص بالإمتحانات الوطنية في مادة اللغة اللإنجليزية لمستوى الثانية بكالوريا. لهذا فهذه التمارين هي تقريبا متلها مثل تمارين الإمتحانات الوطنية. و هناك تمارين و جمل أخدت من إمتحانات وطنية سابقة.
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    Vocabulary Exercises: Education and Learning
    Vocabulary: Education and Learning

    Fill in the blanks with the words from the list.:
    illiterate | poor | unemployed | graduate | ambitious | successful
    1. Hamid dropped out of school because his parents are . They don’t have enough money for school.
    2. My grandmother can’t read and write because she is . She didn’t go to school before.
    3. Although (رغم أن) my friend has very good diplomas, he was for many years.
    4. My students are very because they want to achieve (حقق) their dreams.
    5. He will from university next year. After that, he will look for a job.
    6. Mustapha Swinga is one the most content creators (صانع محتوى) in Morocco. His channel has millions of views.

    Put the words in brackets in the correct form:
    1. The government (الحكومة) is launching programs to fight (illiterate) in rural areas (المناطق القروية).
    2. Many (gift) students emigrate (هاجر) to study in Europe and America.
    3. Students drop out of school because they suffer from (society) problems.
    4. United Stated is the most (power) country in the world.
    5. Amina did not complete her education because her family had (finance) problems.
    6. To get a job in that company, you need both (know) and experience (التجربة).
    7. The Arabic saying goes: “Science is light and (ignorant) is a shame (عار).
    8. You should be disciplined (منضبط) because they don’t accept that (behave) in this school.
    9. Leonel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the most (gift) football players.
    10. Some students are (creativity) because they come up with brilliant ideas (أفكار ذكية).
    11. This organization provides (وفر) (finance) assistance to poor people in rural areas.

    Listen and fill in the blanks:


    Jamal is a . He is very . His parents are and . He has a to be in the . He goes to every day. He wants to and . He gets his BAC . He didn’t of school. He goes to . He lives in the . His parents are and , but Jamal has a . He gets his degree. He finds a and starts . Now, he is very and

    Functions Exercises: Expressing Purpose
    Functions Exercise One: Expressing Purpose
    I. Choose the correct expression of purpose to complete the sentences:
    1. Students prepare well for the exams get bad marks in their final exams.
    2. Women go to school every day fight illiteracy.
    3. The teacher uses WhatsApp he can share lessons with his students.
    4. I always use my dictionary explain difficult words.
    5. I work hard every day I can achieve my dreams in the future.
    6. I always wake up early arrive late to work.
    II. Fill in the blank with the expressions from the list:
    in order to - so as not to - so that - for - to
    1. People learn computer skills find good jobs in the future.
    2. I concentrate when I write make a lot of mistakes.
    3. The company uses plastic bags protecting the environment.
    4. I pay attention in class I can understand my lessons better.
    5. My brother came home early watch a football game.
    6. The doctor asked me many questions he could diagnose my health.

    Grammar Exercises: Simple Past and Past Perfect
    Grammar: Simple Past and Past Perfect

    Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form:
    1. Najib Mahfound (write) many novels and short stories before he (pass) away in 2006.
    2. Hamid (work) in Morocco for many years before he (move) to United States of America.
    3. Beofre he (get) a job, Jamal (be) unemployed for many years.
    4. When I (arrive) to cinema yesterday, the film (already/start). I missed the beginning.
    5. Thomas (already/finish) university education when he (start) his own business.
    6. By the time you (arrive) last night, the party (already/start) because the guests came earlier.
    7. My family (move) to the city after we (live) in the countryside for many years.
    8. The Moroccan football player (play) in Spain for many years before he (go) to play in Germany.
    9. As soon as we (finish) our homework yesterday, we (go) out to watch a football game.
    10. After the flight attendants (complete) the safety demonstration, the plane (take) off.

    II. Choose the correct form of the verbs in brackets:
    1. Ali and Amina (know) each other for so many years before they (get) married in 2025.
    2. When I (get) to the train station last night, the train (already/leave) the station.
    3. Last night, Michale and his wife (go) to the hotel where they (spend) their honey moon fifteen years ago.
    4. After students (take) their final exams last year, they (celebrate) the end of year with their teachers.
    5. Mr. Mike (write) many great books books before he (retire) in 1995.
    6. Latifa (never/see) a lion before her husband (take) her to the zoo last weekend.
    7. Benkirane (be) a teacher for so many years before he (become) a minister in Morocco.
    8. The tourists (go) to Ouarzazate last weekend after they (be) in Marrakesh for a few weeks.
    9. The boss (be) so angry before he (hear) my explanation.
    10. I (already/have) my breakfast before I (leave) my home for work.

    Reading Exercises: Education
    Reading Exercise One: Education and Illiteracy

    Education is the key to a better life
    Read the text and do the exercises:
    [1] Once upon a time in Morocco, there was a young woman named Amina. Amina's parents were poor and illiterate. Her father was unemployed, and her mother was a housewife. They couldn't read or write, but they dreamed of a better life for their daughter. Despite facing many challenges, Amina was determined to break the cycle of illiteracy and poverty because she was an ambitious girl.
    [2] In her small village in the Atlas Mountains, education was like a luxury. Many families didn’t send their children to school because they didn’t have money to pay for their school materials. Besides, families did not understand the importance of education for their children. Thus, many boys and girls dropped out of school early to help their families. However, Amina didn’t give up on her dream of learning and making a difference. Every day, she walked a long distance to the humble school in her village, where dedicated teachers worked with limited resources to provide education for the children of the area.
    [3] Amina's journey through education wasn't easy. There were days when she had to help her parents with chores before heading to school, but she never gave up. She helped her mother in kitchen and when she finished, she studied late into the night by the dim light of gas lamps or candles, but her desire for knowledge was exceptional. She had so much passion for learning and knowledge.
    [4] As the years passed, Amina excelled in her studies. She was not just learning for herself; she was breaking barriers for her family and community. With hard work and determination, she completed her education, becoming the first in her family to do so. Nobody in her family had ever been to school, so everyone is illiterate.
    [5] Amina's success didn't stop there. She pursued higher education at the university of Cady Ayyad in Marrakesh. She earned a scholarship because she always got the best marks in her final exams. Her scholarship opened doors to new opportunities. With each step, she proved that poverty and illiteracy couldn't define her future. “Poverty is not an excuse if you are determined to achieve your dreams”: She said. Amina became a role model for other girls in her village. She inspired them to believe in the power of education and that education could change their lives.
    [6] Eventually, after she had graduated from university, Amina found a job in the city of Marrakesh. She worked in a very big company there. This helped her to have financial independence. She returned to her village, not just as a successful woman, but as a symbol of hope for others. Amina's story is a testament to the transformative power of education, showing that with determination and support, anyone can overcome the difficult living conditions and build a brighter future.

    I. Are these statements true or false?.
    1. Amina’s parents were rich:
    2. In Amina’s village, families send their children to school:
    3. Amina helped her parents at home while she was a student:
    4. Amina was the first person in her family to complete her education:
    5. Amina inspired other girls in her village to complete their education:

    II. Choose the correct answer.
    1. What is the reason why families didn’t send their children to school?
    ◼️
    2. How did Amina go to school in her village?
    ◼️
    3. Where did Amina complete her university education?
    ◼️
    4. How did Education change Amina’s life?
    ◼️

    III. Choose the correct answer.
    1. Amina was determined to study although ...
    2. Many boys and girls dropped out of school because ...
    3. Amina earned a scholarship because ...
    4. Education can help people to ...

    IV. Pick out from the text words or expressions which mean the same as.
    1. Jobless (Paragraph 1):
    2. To Offer (Paragraph 2):
    3. Going (Paragraph 3):
    4. Obstacles (Paragraph 4):
    5. Chances (Paragraph 5):
    V. What do the underlined words in the text refer to?
    1. They (Paragraph 1):
    2. She (Paragraph 2):
    3. Them (Paragraph 5):
    4. There (Paragraph 6):

    Writing Exercises: Report on a Seminar
    Writing Exercise One: A Report on a seminar

    Report on a Seminar.
    Translate the verbs into English language:
    The sports association (جمعية) a seminar (ندوة) the benefits (فوائد) of sports my school October 12th, 2018. Teachers and students in the seminar. Besides, 100 people approximately (تقريبا) attended the seminar. The activities presentations (عروض) and a workshop. The seminar three main ideas. The first one is that practicing sports is very important. The second one is that sports keep people healthy and strong, and the third one is that parents should take their kids to the gym every day. the event was very and because it raised the awareness of people about the importance of sports in their life.


    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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