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Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education General Administration of Education, Jeddah Region Al Bayan Model School
First Question Bank:
Subject English First Term Year 1440-1441 H/ 2019-2020
Stage Intermediate Grade 9th Term

 

1st T. Asra H. QUESTION BANK FOR ENGLISH: Teacher T. Roa’a M Question 1: (Multiple Choices): For the questions from (1) to (67), in the answer sheet, shade the circle which represents the correct choice for every question.

 

GRAMMAR 1. The simple subject in the following sentence is: Use of the Internet is very common. (A) Use (B) Use of the Internet (C) common (D) is very common 2. The complete subject in the following sentence is: Use of the Internet is very common. (A) Use (B) Use of the Internet (C) common (D) is very common 3. The simple predicate in the following sentence is: Students can find tutorials on the World Wide Web. (D) excellent (D) excellent research (D) excellent research (D) excellent research research 4. The complete predicate in the following sentence is:

بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثالث متوسط

بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثالث متوسط

بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثالث متوسط

The simple subject in the following sentence is: The purpose of a search engine is to help users find information. (A) purpose (B) help (C) users (D) The purpose of a search engine 6. The complete subject in the following sentence is: The purpose of a search engine is to help users find information. (A) is to help users

 

(B) information (C) purpose (D) The purpose of a find information.
search engine 7.
The simple subject in the following sentence is: The user clicks on any Web site. (A) clicks on (B) user (C) clicks on any Web site (D) Web site 8. The complete subject in the following sentence is: The user clicks on any Web

 

site. (A) clicks on (B) The user (C) clicks on any Web site (D) Web site 9.
The compound verb in the following sentence is: Therefore, you should not eat or drink such fatty snacks too often. (A) fatty snacks (B) eat, drink (C) Therefore (D) eat 10.
The compound verb in the following sentence is: In the future, stop and think about the health effects of your meals. (A) stop, think

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بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثاني متوسط

بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثاني متوسط

بنك الاسئلة انجليزي + مراجعة الاسئلة ثاني متوسط

QUESTION BANK FOR ENGLISH: Chapter 1, 2, 20(S.B + W.B)GRAMMARThis particular course concentrates on endangered species.1.(D)simplepredicate(C) complete predicate (B)simple subject (A) complete subject The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serviceprovides information on endangered animals.2.(D) complete predicate(C) simple predicate (B)simple subject (A) complete subjectSome animalsare threatened by a change in their surroundings.3.(D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple

 

subject(A) complete subject Considered the greatest threat to animals are theactivitiesof human beings.4.(D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple subject(A) complete subject Motion-picture cameras and projectors were inventedin the mid-1890s.5.(D)simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple subject(A) complete subject Thomas Edison helped develop the movie projector.6.(D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple subject(A) complete subject At first, moviesmust have amazed people.7. (D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple

 

subject(A) complete subject The first projected movie was shown in Paris in 1895.8. _______________have enough people to (D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple subject(A) complete subject For many years, movie goers watchednews reels at movie theaters.9.(D) simple predicate(verb)(C) complete predicate(B) simple subject(A) complete subject I have recently learned some interesting facts from American history.What kind ofsentence is it?10. (D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) Declarative1 of 12

 

Consider the similarities between President Lincoln and President Kennedy. What kind ofsentence is it?11.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativePresident Abraham Lincoln was elected in 1860.What kind ofsentence is it?12.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeDid you know that John F. Kennedy was elected president in 1960?What kind ofsentence is it?13.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeIt is tragic that both Lincoln and Kennedy were assassinated.What kind ofsentence is it?14.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeThe vice presidents under both

 

Lincoln and Kennedy were named Johnson.What kind ofsentence is it?15.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeWhat a strange coincidence that is!What kind ofsentence is it?16. (D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeRead about the investigations into the deaths of both men.What kind ofsentence is it?17. (D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeHow many people believe that there was a conspiracy in Kennedy’s assassination? What kind ofsentence is it?18. (D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativeThere

 

are still unanswered questions about these deaths.What kind ofsentence is it?19.(D)Exclamatory (C) Interrogative (B)Imperative(A) DeclarativePlease put these new books in the bookcaseover there.What kind of noun is this word?20. (D) collective(C) abstract(B)common(A) compound 2 of 12
Takako Mioshi, an exchange student, is here from Japan for the year.What kind of noun is this word?21.(D) collective(C) abstract(B)common(A) compound Mr. Morales was fascinated by the koalas at the San Diego Zoo.What kind of noun is this word?22.(D) collective(C) abstract(B) common(A) compound I sing tenor in a quartet. What kind of noun is this

 

word?23.(D) collective(C) abstract(B) common(A) compoundEveryone in thegroupreceived a door prize. What kind of noun is this word?24.(D) collective(C) abstract(B) common(A) compoundThe teamarrived early and went to the locker room. What kind of noun is this word?25.(D) collective(C) abstract(B) common(A) compoundAs I watched, a flockof geese flew overhead. What kind of noun is this word?26. (D) collective(C) abstract(B) common(A) compoundThejuryfiled into their seats and listened to the judge’s instructions.What kind of noun is this word?27. (D) collective(C) abstract(B)

 

common(A) compoundMaps change over time.What kind of noun is this word? 28. (D) collective(C) abstract(B) proper(A) compoundSome changes are caused by human beings. What kind of noun is this word?29.(D) proper(C) concrete(B) abstract (A) collectiveOld maps do not show the Suez Canal. What is the kind of noun in this sentence?30. (D) collective(C) abstract(B) proper(A) common Nature changes the outlines of continentsand oceans. What is the kind of noun in this sentence?31.(D) collective(C) abstract(B) proper(A) common You have probably read or heard Aesop’s

 

fables. Whatis the pronoun in the sentence?32.(D) have(C) Aesop’s(B) heard(A) You Aesop wasonce a Greek slave; he may have lived on the island of Samos. What is the pronoun in the sentence?33.(D) was(C) island(B) Greek slave(A) he Theseare the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans. The underlined word is:

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