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 Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10

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مُساهمةموضوع: Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10   الخميس 30 يوليو 2009, 11:55 am

Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10




Name ______________________________________ Date ______________





1. Read the paragraph. Fill in the blanks with words from the book.

Have you ever read about _______________ (animals and plants that live in natural conditions)? I have just watched a television programme from which I have learnt a lot about wild animals. God created these animals with certain characteristics to help them _______________ to life in _______________ heat or cold.

For example, sand cats have _______________ which protects them from the very hot weather in the Egyptian desert. Moreover, they don't have to look for water because they get the _______________ they need from their _______________ like rats and mice. Fish have got _______________ which help them swim, whereas birds have wings and are covered in _______________. Some of these, like the peacock’s, have very bright colours. Crocodiles, snakes, lizards and many fish have small, flat pieces of hard skin that cover their bodies. These are called _______________.

What I got really surprised about is that insects, like flies and spiders, don't have a _______________ in spite of the fact that it is very necessary for movement in larger animals and humans. God's creation is really unbelievable!





2. Read this group of words. Place them into the right column. Some words can be used more than once. Some words are true only for some animals of that kind. Then, write one sentence with each.

(rabbit – spider – fly – crocodile – shark – fish – cat – bee - lion)


have scales
don't have backbone
have sharp teeth






1. ___________________________________________________________

2. ___________________________________________________________

3. ___________________________________________________________

4. ___________________________________________________________

5. ___________________________________________________________

6. ___________________________________________________________

7. ___________________________________________________________

8. ___________________________________________________________

9. ___________________________________________________________

10. __________________________________________________________

_________________


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3. Complete the analogy with a word from the unit. Follow the example.

An analogy is a way to show different kinds of relationships between words. Below you can see an example. The sentence in brackets is how we read an analogy aloud.

Example: night : day :: hot : cold (Night is to day as hot is to cold.) Night is the opposite of day, and hot is the opposite of cold.



Read the analogy and fill in the empty blank with a word from the unit.



1. fur : cats :: _______________ : lizards

2. rainforest : orangutan :: _______________ : polar bear

3. protect : protection :: weigh : _______________

4. whale : ocean :: _______________ : desert

5. _______________ : eggs :: give : birth





4. Write a synonym for each word. Follow the example.



Example: quiet : calm

1. severe: _______________

2. change: _______________

3. forest: _______________

4. wetness: _______________

5. undomesticated animals: _______________



5. Replace the underlined word with a word from the unit.



1. Humans, lions, and crocodiles have a bone down the middle of the back.

_______________

2. There are large masses of ice that move slowly down a mountain on every continent in the world today. _______________

3. The highest very high hill in Africa is Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

_______________

4. The lion is running after its animal that is hunted and eaten by another animal.

_______________

5. Nearly 50 percent of the land surface in Africa is land covered with wild grass. It is called the savanna. _______________





6. Use your Active Study Dictionary to find the following:

1. a sample sentence for:

a. design: ________________________________________________________

b. moisture: ______________________________________________________

c. adapt: _________________________________________________________



2. three words that begin with "post":

a. ______________________________________________________________

b. ______________________________________________________________

c. ______________________________________________________________



3. three words that would appear on the pages between the entries between "waiter" and "warmonger":

a. _______________________________________________________________

b. _______________________________________________________________

c. _______________________________________________________________

_________________


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10   الخميس 30 يوليو 2009, 11:56 am

Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10
ANSWERS




1.

Have you ever read about wildlife (animals and plants that live in natural conditions)? I have just watched a television programme from which I have learnt a lot about wild animals. God created these animals with certain characteristics to help them adapt to life in extreme heat or cold.

For example, sand cats have fur which protects them from the very hot weather in the Egyptian desert. Moreover, they don't have to look for water because they get the moisture they need from their prey like rats and mice. Fish have got fins which help them swim, whereas birds have wings and are covered in feathers. Some of these, like the peacock’s, have very bright colours. Crocodiles, snakes, lizards and many fish have small, flat pieces of hard skin that cover their bodies. These are called scales.

What I got really surprised about is that insects, like flies and spiders, don't have a backbone in spite of the fact that it is very necessary for movement in larger animals and humans. God's creation is really unbelievable!





2.


have scales
don't have backbone
have sharp teeth
crocodile
(some) fish
spider
fly
bee
rabbit
crocodile
shark
(some) fish
cat
lion


1-10. Answers will vary.





3.

1. fur : cats :: scales : lizards

2. rainforests : orangutan :: glaciers : polar bears

3. protect : protection :: weigh : weight

4. whale : ocean :: sand cat : desert

5. lay : eggs :: give : birth





4.

1. severe : extreme

2. change: adapt

3. forest : jungle

4. wetness: moisture

5. undomesticated animals: wildlife





5.

1. backbone

2. glaciers

3. mountain

4. prey

5. grassland





6.

1.

a. Either of the following two sentences is correct:

We've made one or two changes to the computer's original design.

The palace was designed by an Italian architect.

b. moisture: The desert air contains hardly any moisture.

c. adapt: Any of the following sentences is correct:

Old people find it hard to adapt to life in a foreign country.

The car's engine had been adapted to take unleaded fuel.

Alpine flowers are well adapted to the cold winters.



2. three words that begin with "post":

Answers will vary. Any of the following is correct: postage, postal, postal order, postbox, postcard, postcode, poster, posterity, postgraduate, posthumous, posting, postman, postmark, post-mortem, postnatal, post office, postpone, postscript, posture.



3. three words that would appear on the pages between the entries between "waiter" and "warmonger":

_________________


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Secondary 1 – Vocabulary – Unit 10
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