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2 1. Junk food Food that you buy that is not good for you 2. ready-made Food that is cooked or ready cook when you buy it.

3 3. home- made Food that is made at home, not bought in a shop 4. additives Things we add to a food to make it taste or look better, or to help it stay fresh 5. diet The types of food that you eat most often

4 6. dairy product Types of food that are made from milk, such as cheese, yogurt, butter, etc. 7. Ingredients The different foods you cook together to make a dish.

5 8. snack To take someone away from a danger place to a safe place. 9. energy When a lot of water suddenly covers a place

6 10. source A group of people who work on a ship or an airplane

7 CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 1. THE LIST OF [INGREDIENT, ADDITIVES, DIET] INCLUDES 20% FATS. 2. I PREFER [JUNK FOOD, HOME- MADE, READY- MADE] FOOD TO [JUNK FOOD, HOME- MADE, READY- MADE] BECAUSE IT IS HEALTHY. 3. WE HAVEN'T ENOUGH TIME TO COOK THE DINNER. IT'S TOO LATE. WE SHOULD ORDER A [JUNK FOOD, HOME- MADE, READY- MADE] MEAL. 4. THIS PIZZA IS FULL OF [SOURCE, ADDITIVES-, ENERGY].JUST LOOK AT THE LABEL. 5. YOU SHOULD ABLE TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT BY GOING ON A BALANCED [SNACK- DIET- ENERGY]. 6. ORANGES ARE A GOOD [SOURCE, ADDITIVES-, ENERGY] OF VITAMIN C. 7. I HAD A HUGE LUNCH, SO I'LL ONLY NEEDY A [SNACK- DIET- ENERGY] FOR DINNER. 8. I DIDN'T EVEN HAVE THE [SNACK- DIET- ENERGY] TO OUT OF BED.

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10 1. strength Physical power and energy. 2. carriage A vehicle with wheels that is pulled by a horse. 3. awful Vey bad or unpleasant

11 4. invisible Impossible to see 5. argue To disagree with someone, usually by talking or shouting angrily.

12 CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 1. These bacteria are [invisible, argue, awful] unless viewed with a microscope. 2. Kids. Will you stop [arguing, carriage, awful] with each other? 3. Exercises will increase muscle [neighbourhood, strength, invisible] and improve your circulation. 4. The [awful, carriage, nephew] was drawn by a small pony (a small horse). 5. I don't like this curtains they look [awful, carriage, nephew].

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14 SO - SUCH

15 * We use So with an adjective only. This vase is so beautiful. (adj.) * We use such with: A) A noun coming after (a) or without: Ex: It was such a surprise. It was such fun. (noun) B) An adjective +noun: Ex: It is such an easy question

16 Join : (adj.) 1- This room is untidy. I can hardly clean it. 2- It is a high shelf. I can’t reach it. 3- It was a fright. I couldn’t sleep all night.

17 (adj.) 4- It was very cold. We had to wear our coats. 5- It was an extremely big room. It could hold many people (adj.) 6- The horse was fast. It could win the race.

18 7- It rained a lot. Our clothes were always wet. 8- He has a lot of toys. He gave some to the poor. (adj.) 9- The some was quite easy. They could solve it

19 * Choose: 1- It was [ so – such ] a beautiful day. 2- They were [ so – such ] naughty. 3- It was [ so – such ] fun. (noun) 4- It was [ so – such ] a mess. WE CROSS OUT:- VERY – TOO – EXTREMELY – COMPLETELY – QUITE.

20 5- He has [ such – so ] a strength. (noun) 6- He is [ so – such ] strong. (adj.)

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22 Too………to Enough to Sylva Kotchounian

23 * Enough to:- [ Affirmative + Affirmative ] [ Negative + Negative ] [ adjective ]:- adjective 1- He is rich. He can buy a new car. adjective 2- He isn’t young. He can’t run for the bus. He is rich enough to buy a new car. He isn’t young enough to run for the bus. Sylva Kotchounian

24 Too……….. To :- [ Affirmative + Negative ]. 1- She is old. She can’t run for the bus. 2- The car is so expensive. I can’t buy it. 3- These exercises are very difficult. I can’t solve them. She is too old to run for the bus. The car is too expensive to buy. These exercises are too difficult to solve.

25 * We cross out [ so – very ] in the 1 st sentence. * We cross out [ me – you – him – her – it – us – them ] at the end of the 2 nd sentence. Sylva Kotchounian

26 * Enough to:- [ Affirmative + Affirmative ] [ Negative + Negative ] [ adjective ]:- adjective 1- He is rich. He can buy a new car. adjective 2- He isn’t young. He can’t run for the bus. He is rich enough to buy a new car. He isn’t young enough to run for the bus. Sylva Kotchounian

27 * Enough …………to :- [ Nouns ] noun 1- There is plenty of chalk. I can write another exercise. noun 2- Mary won a lot of money. She can buy a new computer. There is enough chalk to write another exercise. Mary won enough money to buy a new computer.

28 noun 3- There isn’t much light. I can’t see well. …………………………………………………………………………………… There isn’t enough light to see well. * We cross out :- [ plenty of – a lot of – much – many – quite – some ]

29 Examples 1- We have some time. We can finish our work. 2- He is clever. He can understand the lesson. 3- John is late. He can’t catch the bus. We have enough time to finish our work. He is clever enough to understand the lesson. John is too late to catch the bus.

30 4- David isn’t clever. He can’t solve this problem. 5- We haven’t got much flour. We can’t make a cake. 6- That book is very difficult. I can’t read it. David isn’t clever enough to solve this problem. We haven’t got enough flour to make a cake. Sylva Kotchounian That book is too difficult to read.

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32 A Christmas Carl Chapter 1 The knocker *-It was Christmas eve in London. The bells in the church were ringing all day long, the candles in the shop windows were lit and the people were walking quickly through the snow –covered streets. *-Scrooge was very miser.He thought it was a waste of money to put more coal on the fire so the fire stayed small. *-Scrooge called Christmas “Humbug "because he saw people spending more money than they had,work stopping and money lost for a day that was just like any other day.

33 *-While he was in his office, a kind man in a black suit came into the shop asking for money for the poor but Scrooge said that people who are poor don’t have money because they never work. *-He left his office and went home but suddenly the knocker of the door changed into the face of Jacob Marley his old partner. _______________________________________

34 Answer the following questions 1- Describe Christmas Eve in London. 2-Why did Scrooge call Christmas “humbug”? 3- Why did the fire in Scrooge’s office stay small 4-What happened to the old knocker ? 5-”People who are poor don’t have money because they never work “ Who said these words and to whom ?

35 Chapter 2 : [ The ghost of Jacob Marley ] *-The ghost of Jacob appeared to Scrooge to tell him about the three ghosts that were going to visit him that night and that he had to listen to them. *-Jacob was wearing chains around his legs. He was punished because he never gave the poor or helped others so he had to travel the earth as a ghost and see all the happiness he never cared about when he was alive.

36 Answer the following questions: 1-”No, I won’t believe it.There are no such things as a ghost.” Who said these words and to whom ? 2- Why was Jacob wearing those chains ? 3-How was Jacob punished ? 4-What did Jacob tell Scrooge before he began to disappear ?


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