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

    تمارين تفاعلية مراجعة دروس الوحدة الرابعة ـ الإنجليزية مع السيمو

    هذه السلسلة من التمارين التفاعلية تم تصميمها من طرف الأستاذ السيمو لفائدة تلاميذ مستوى الثانية بكالوريا لمراجعة جميع دروس الوحدة الرابعة. 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.
    حظ موفق لكم جميعا
    و للإنخراط في الدروس الخاصة عن بعد في اللغة الإنجليزية راسلنا على الواتساب في الرقم التالي
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    Vocabulary Exercises: Sustainable Development
    Vocabulary Exercises: Sustainable Development

    Write the English translations in each box:
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    Fill in the blanks with the words from the list:
    dropping out - poverty - illiteracy - pollution - infrastructure - unemployment
    1.In order to solve the problem of , the government should improve the living conditions of people.
    2. In order to fight the issue of , parents, teachers and educators should encourage students to go back to school.
    3. In order to reduce the rate of in remote areas, the government should build more schools.
    4. In order to combat the problem of , the government should create more job opportunities.
    5. In order to solve the problem of , the government should build more roads and faclities.
    6. In order to find effective solutions to the problem of , people should preserve natural resources.

    Put the words in brackets in the correct form:
    1. Water pollution is a serious (environment) problem in the world nowadays.
    2. The rate of (unemployed) has increased by 13% in Morocco this year.
    3. Small businesses solve their (finance) problems by asking for micro-credits.
    4. The Earthquake in El-Haouz Marrakesh was a (nature) disaster that caused so much destruction.
    5. Morocco exports food to Europe in order to boost its (economy) growth.
    6. Our country has made great efforts for the sustainable (develop).
    7. The governments says that it’s a (prior) to fight corruption in Morocco.
    Functions Exercises: Expressing Cause and Effect
    Language Functions: Expressing Cause and Effect

    Study the table and do the tasks below:
    Expressing Cause Expressing Cause Expressing Effect
    because of
    due to
    owing to
    thanks to
    as a result
    as a consequence
    that's why
    لأن بسبب لهذا
    Jamal passed the exam because he worked very hard. Because of the fact that Jamal worked very hard, he passed the exam. Jamal worked very gard as a result he passed the exam.
    Choose the correct word from the list to complete the sentences:
    1. My grandmother can't read and writer she is illiterate.
    as a result - because - because of
    2. The weather wasn't very nice yesterday; many students didn't come to school.
    therefore - since - owing to
    3. Tom and and his wife need more money they decided to get an extra job.
    because - that's why - thanks to
    4. All my students got excellent marks in their exams their great effort.
    as - consequently - thanks to
    5. Students in rural areas drop out of schools their families are poor.
    consequentlty - because - due to
    6. The teacher didn't come to school yesterday he was very sick
    that's why - because of - because
    7. The government wants to fight illiteracy they build more schools in remote areas.
    that's why - because of - because
    8. the fact that the schools are very far, many students ride bicycles to school.
    because - because of - as a consequence
    9. Elila worked very hard last year she passed her exams with an excellent mark.
    because - because of - consequently
    10. My uncle had cancer he had been smoking for many years.
    because of - therefore - because

    Choose the correct linking word to complete the sentences:
    1. Jawad was not invited to the meeting he didn't come.
    2. Amin gets excellent marks he makes a great effort.
    3. The boss fired Amira she always came late to work.
    4. Mr. Thomas is a very creative teacher students enjoy his classes a lot.
    5. Many girls could not go to school before they are illiterate now.
    6. Many young people dream of emigrating to Spain they are unemployed in Morocco.
    7. The football match was cancelled the bad weather conditions.
    8. Ali became a successful businessman his parents' motivation and support.
    9. The teachers gave Aziza a prize she did an excellent school project.
    10. The government want to fight illiteracy they build many schools in rural areas.
    Grammar Exercises: The future time
    Grammar Exercises: The Simple Future and Future Perfect

    I. Simple Future:
    Affirmative Form Negative Form Question Form
    Subject + will + verb (infinitive)
    Subject + will not + verb (infinitive)
    Will + Subject + verb (infinitive)?
    Students will take the exam. Students will not take the exam. Will students take the exam?
    Put the verbs in brackets in the simple future:
    1. The train (leave) the station at 12:00 tomorrow.
    2. My family (have) dinner at the restaurant tonight.
    3. Students (study) a new grammar lesson next week.
    4. The association (fight) illiteracy in rural areas.
    5. If you pass your exams, you (get) a scholarship when you go to university.
    6. Tomorrow is Sunday; Therefore, we (not/go) to school.
    7. The bank (not/give) you a loan to start your business.
    8. This initiative (reduce) the rate of unemployment in Morocco.
    9. A: Hello, (you/come) to my birthday party next weekend? B: Yes, I will.
    10. Can I ask you a question? (Jack/help) me do this exercise?

    II. Future Perfect:
    Affirmative Form Negative Form Question Form
    Subject + will have + verb (past participle)
    Subject + will not have + verb (past participle)
    Will + Subject + have + verb (past participle)?
    Students will have taken the exam. Students will not have taken the exam. Will students have taken the exam?
    Put the verbs in brackets in the future perfect:
    1. Students (take) all their exams by the end of this month.
    2. By next June, we (complete) our English course.
    3. Scientists (find) a cure to many dangerous health problems by the next decade.
    4. My friend is on the way home now, but he (not/arrive) by 7:00 this evening.
    5. You're procrastinating now! You (do) all these tasks by tomorrow?
    6. A: (you/write) this book by the of this year?
    7. Wife: Hell dear, don't worry. By the time you get here, I (send) the children to school already.
    8. By this time next year, I (know) you for more than a year.
    9. I (go) to sleep before my wife gets home tonight.
    10. It's raining now! by this evening the stadium (become) very muddy.

    Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form:
    Hello my friend, my name is Amanda Richards. I am from United States of America. Last year, I (get) my university degree from Harvard Univeristy. I (study) history and culture. Before, I (join) university in 2016, I (already/learn) a lot about the history of many African countries. Next year, I (go) to Morocco in order (discover) more about Morocco. I (visit) the most interesting cities like Marrakesh, Agadir and Ouarzazate. I am sure that by the end of next year, I (visit) many great places and Morocco and I (know) more and more about Morocco.
    Reading Exercises: Sustainable development
    Grammar Exercises: The Simple Future and Future Perfect


    [1] Women are central to the progress and development of countries. However, in many rural areas of Morocco, the living conditions of women are tough. Most women work as housewives doing house chores like cleaning, cooking and childcare while others work in the fields doing agricultural work in order to earn some money to provide for themselves and their families. Poverty is a very serious issue among women in remote areas of the country.

    [2] In the region of Tafraoute in Morocco, women establish cooperatives to combat poverty and solve their financial problems. Women cooperatives are businesses or organizations that are created by women who share their benefits. Tifaouine Ameln is a very well-known Argan oil cooperative in Tafraoute. It is specialized in making Argan oil and other traditional products. Despite the fact that most Amazighs use Argan oil for cooking and dipping with bread, it has become a luxurious product in Europe.

    [3] The cooperative has 36 women who come from various villages in the Ameln Valley. They show cooperation and solidarity when they harvest nuts from the Argan trees during the month of Agust. "Harvesting the Argan nuts is hard work, but when we do it together, it becomes a lot easier. We support each other and share the workload." Aicha says. Then, they grind the nuts and turn them into oil and other products. This process requires skill and patience, but as Khadija, a member of the cooperative, points out, "Making Argan oil is our tradition. It's something we've been doing for generations. Now, we're proud to continue this tradition and share our products with the world."

    [4] Through their hard work and dedication, the women of Tifaouine Ameln cooperative have been able to improve their living conditions and break the cycle of poverty. As Fatima proudly declares, "Thanks to our cooperative, we no longer have to rely solely on our husbands for income. We have our own source of money, and we're able to support our families and invest in our children's future." Their success serves as an inspiration to women everywhere, proving that with cooperation and determination, anything is possible. As Aicha sums it up, "Together, we are stronger. Together, we can overcome any obstacle and build a better future for ourselves and our community."

    [5] The biggest challenge of women in the Ameln cooperative is to secure a stable wage and constant local and international market. Tourists from different parts of the world come to the region especially to buy Argan. Nonetheless, in order to be sustainable and have a positive impact of reducing the rate of poverty among women, the Tifaouine Ameln cooperative has to diversify its market.


    1. The enjoy better living conditions in rural areas of Morocco.

    2. Tifaouine Ameln cooperative makes not only Argan oil.

    3. Harvesting Argan nuts is easier for women.

    4. Women in the cooperative are financially independent.


    1. What work do women do in most rural areas in Morocco?

    2. What are women cooperatives?

    3. What is the biggest challenge of women cooperatives?

    4. Why do tourists come to the region of Ameln valley?

    5. What role does the cooperative play?


    1. To improve their living conditions, women...

    2. Women no longer rely on their husbands because...


    1. The country:

    2. It:

    3. Our:


    1. Very far (Paragraph 1):

    2. Famous (Paragraph 2):

    3. Different (Paragraph 3):

    4. Barrier (Paragraph 4):

    Writing Exercises: A Formal Letter
    Writing Exercises: A Formal Letter

    Write the English translations in each box:
    Dear Sir / Madam,
    I am writing this letter to a grant in order to “Shine Bright” association in Marrakesh.
    Our project works on the social sector. The main of this project include fighting among women and encouraging women to take part in .
    In order to achieve these objectives, our association will do many . For example, we will school material like tables, blackboards, books and pens for women. Besides, we will women how to read and write. In addition, we will campaigns to encourage women to take part in politics.
    To implement this project, we will need such as tables, blackboards, pens and a car for school transportation.
    This project also needs a that can be estimated at 300.000 Dirhams.
    For more information, you can contact us at: englishwithsimo@gmail.com
    Sincerely Yours

    الإنجليزية مع السيمو هي منصة و مدونة تعليمية يستضيفها بشكل أساسي هذا الموقع الرسمي و قناة تعليمية على منصة اليوتوب و الفايسبوك تحت نفس الإسم ، ويديرها الأستاذ محمد بوجامع من المغرب. تهدف هذه القناة إلى تعليم اللغة الإنجليزية للناطقين بالعربية، مع التركيز على جعل الدروس سهلة الفهم لجميع الأعمار والمستويات. تقدم القناة مجموعة متنوعة من المحتوى، بما في ذلك تمارين لمتعلمي اللغة الإنجليزية، ودروس تعليمية حول القواعد والمفردات، ودروس محددة مصممة للطلاب المغاربة الذين يستعدون لامتحان البكالوريا و الإمتحانات الجامعية و مختلف الإمتحانات المتعلقة بتعلم اللغة الإنجليزية.

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