Corrigé EF1 Anglais1 Sec1 3 ST 18 19 .pdf


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1st Semester - 13/11/2018

English Exam

Full Name:
Signature:

(U
AB
T)
20
18
~

Group:

20
19

L1 S.T

Task 1 (06 pts): Fill in the paragraph below with the appropriate words from the following
list. Not all the words can be used.
Each word = 0.75 pts

cie
n

ce
s

space. States of matter are generally described on the basis of qualities that can be seen or felt.
Matter that feels hard and maintains a fixed shape is called a solid; matter that feels wet and
maintains its volume but not its shape is called a liquid. Matter that can change both shape
and volume is called a gas.

de
sS

When heat is applied to a solid, its particles begin to vibrate faster and tend to move
farther apart. When the solid, at standard pressure, reaches its melting point, it will begin to
turn into a liquid. The freezing point is the temperature at which a liquid substance is cooled
enough to form a solid.

Fa
cu

lté

When a solid is converted directly into a gas, the process is known as sublimation. The
conversion of a liquid to a gas is known as vaporization; it can occur through either
evaporation or boiling. Gases can undergo the opposite process and be converted into a liquid;
this process is known as condensation.”

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T

(S

1)
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Science, L., & Science, P. (2016). Matter: Definition & the Five States of Matter. Live
Science.

SM

Task 2 (04 pts): Identify the type of the underlined words in each of the following sentences:
determiners (D), nouns (N), verbs (V), adjectives (Adj) and adverbs (Adv).
The beaker is a generally cylindrical container.
D
N V D Adv
Adj
N

eL

MD

Example:

em

ièr

Each word = 0.25 pts
a. All the scientific disciplines are equally interesting. (1.75)
D D Adj
N
V Adv Adj

Pr

Page Facebook "Sciences Tlemcen"

“The word matter refers to everything in the universe that has mass and takes up

b. Gravity is a commonly known type of the fundamental forces. (2.25)
N V D Adv
Adj N
D
Adj
N

Task 3 (04 pts): Complete the sentences below using the appropriate preposition:

20
19

Each preposition = 1 pts
When a solid is heated above its melting point, it becomes liquid.
The water temperature has dropped below 0°C.
An applied force is a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object.
The air resistance force is a type of frictional force that acts upon objects as they travel
through the air.

(U
AB
T)
20
18
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a.
b.
c.
d.

Task 4 (03 pts): Complete the sentences below using the correct helping verb:

c. I have revised my lessons more than one time.

cie
n

d. The word chemistry may have Egyptian origins.

ce
s

b. A force can cause an object with mass to change its velocity.

de
sS

Task 5 (03 pts): Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronoun:
Each pronoun = 0.5 pts
(any personal pronoun) sent the report to our teacher.
What is the main difference between applied and action-at-a-distance forces?
I did the research by myself.
We were all waiting for you-him-her-them, but you-he-she-they did not come to
revise with us.

em

ièr

eL

MD

SM

/S
T

(S

1)
~

Fa
cu

lté

a.
b.
c.
d.

Pr

Page Facebook "Sciences Tlemcen"

Each verb = 0.75 pts
a. Do you know the equation by which the force of gravity is found?

Good Luck!


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