# EF+Corrigé Anglais1 ST2 2018 2019 .pdf

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L1 S.T 2

1st Semester - 09/01/2019

English Exam

Signature:

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Group:

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Full Name:

Task N°1 (06 pts): Fill in the paragraph below with the appropriate words from the
following list. Not all the words can be used.
4. gravitational
5. physically
6. accelerate

7. separation
8. result
9. rest

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“In physics, a force is any interaction that will change the …….. of an object. A force can
cause an object with mass to change its velocity, which includes beginning moving from
a state of …….. i.e. to ……... A variety of force types were placed into two broad categories
on the basis of whether the force resulted from the contact or non-contact of the two
interacting objects.

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The contact forces are those types of forces that …….. when the two interacting objects
are perceived to be …….. contacting each other. Examples of contact forces include frictional
forces, tensional forces, normal forces, air resistance forces, and …….. forces.

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The second category is known as action-at-a-distance forces. These are forces that result
even when the two interacting objects are not in physical contact with each other, yet are able
to exert a push or pull despite their physical …….. . Examples of action-at-a-distance forces
include …….. forces.”

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Task N°2 (04 pts): Identify the category of the underlined words in each of the following
All the scientific disciplines are equally interesting.
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Example:

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a. The particles of a solid are packed closely together.

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b. Gases expand to fill the size and shape of their container.

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1. quantity
2. applied
3. motion

Complete the sentences below using the correct preposition from the

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19
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following list:

“to – of – below – with – by – above”

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a. One Newton is the amount ____ force required to give a 1-kg mass an acceleration of
1 m/s².

b. When a liquid is cooled ____ its freezing point, it solidifies.

c. The beaker is a generally cylindrical container ____ a flat bottom

Complete the sentences below using the appropriate helping verb from

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the following list:

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“will – may – can – have – Do – are”
a. I ____ worked hard in order to pass the exam.

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b. A solid ____ transform into a liquid through melting.

c. ____ you know the name of the process through which gaseous matter is liquefied?

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronoun:

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d. Physics ____ be one of the oldest academic disciplines.

a. Matter is defined as that which occupies space and possesses mass. ____ has three

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distinct physical states.

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b. He did the work by ___________.

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c. _______ sent the results of the experiment to their teacher.

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d. _____ were all waiting for ______, but ______ did not come to revise with us.

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d. Magnetic forces also belong ____ the action-at-a-distance forces.

Good Luck!

1st Semester - 09/01/2019

English Exam

Full Name:
Signature:

(U
AB
T)
20
18
~

Group:

20
19
)

L1 S.T 2

Fill in the paragraph below with the appropriate words from the
following list. Not all the words can be used.

ce
s

“In physics, a force is any interaction that will change the motion of an object. A force
can cause an object with mass to change its velocity, which includes beginning moving from
a state of rest i.e. to accelerate. A variety of force types were placed into two broad categories
on the basis of whether the force resulted from the contact or non-contact of the two
interacting objects.

de
sS

cie
n

The contact forces are those types of forces that result when the two interacting objects
are perceived to be physically contacting each other. Examples of contact forces include
frictional forces, tensional forces, normal forces, air resistance forces, and applied forces.

ac
u

lté

The second category is known as action-at-a-distance forces. These are forces that result
even when the two interacting objects are not in physical contact with each other, yet are able
to exert a push or pull despite their physical separation. Examples of action-at-a-distance
forces include gravitational forces.”

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Identify the type of the underlined words in each of the following
All the scientific disciplines are equally interesting.
N

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1)

Example:

SM

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T

Each word = 0.25 pts
a. The particles of a solid are packed closely together. (2)
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MD

b. Gases expand to fill the size and shape of their container. (2)
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V D N
N
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N

Complete the sentences below using the appropriate preposition:

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Each preposition = 1 pts
a. One Newton is the amount of force required to give a 1-kg mass an acceleration of 1

Pr

Each word = 0.75 pts

m/s².

b. When a liquid is cooled above its freezing point, it solidifies.

c. The beaker is a generally cylindrical container with a flat bottom

Complete the sentences below using the correct helping verb:

Each verb = 0.75 pts
a. I have worked hard in order to pass the exam.
b. A solid can transform into a liquid through melting.

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d. Magnetic forces also belong to the action-at-a-distance forces.

c. Do you know the name of the process through which gaseous matter is liquefied?
d. Physics may be one of the oldest academic disciplines.

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate pronoun:

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a. Matter is defined as that which occupies space and possesses mass. It has three distinct

cie
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physical states.

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b. He did the work by himself.

c. They sent the results of the experiment to their teacher.
d. We were all waiting for (you/him/her/them), but (you/he/she/they) did not come to

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MD

SM

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T

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1)

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revise with us.

Pr

Each pronoun = 0.5 pts

Good Luck!

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