حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024

حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024
حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024

حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024

حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024
حل علي اهم قواعد انجليزي تالتة ثانوي 2024

1. I couldn’t put my finger on the cause of the problem. This means that (I wasn’t able to
hide it. – I was able to hide it – I couldn’t know what it was. – I couldn’t expect It)
2. The protagonist had a heart of stone. This means that (He was very cruel-He lived in
the desert- He had a broken heart- He was kind-hearted).
3. I missed the start of the movie. This means that:
a. When I reached the cinema, the film had started.
b. When I reached the cinema, the film hadn’t started.
c. When I reach the cinema, the film will start.
d. The film won’t start till I reach the cinema.

4. She (works-worked-has worked-had worked) as a secretary for ten years only. Now,
she is a sales manager for a big food company.
5. As soon as she returned home, she realised that she (had been left-will leave-has
left-had left) her watch in her office.
6. I went to the company and (met – had met- have met – will meet) the sales manager.
7. I haven’t seen Mr. Ahmed (for – when – since – ago) the last time we met at the club.
8. I (have waited – had waited – have been waiting – had been waiting) for thirty minutes
when my friend reached the company.
9. She (has revised – had revised – has been revising – had been revising) three lessons
before she went to bed.
10. I (haven’t left-wasn’t leaving -didn’t leave-hadn’t left) the house until the doctor had
come and examined my friend’s father.
11. I think reading a novel is (as – much -many -a lot of) more interesting than watching a
movie.
12. Have you received a reply to your complaint? Yes, I (received-had received-was
receiving-have received) it yesterday.
13. Which of the following is structurally correct?
i. The naughty boy was punished because he has made many mistakes.
ii. The naughty boy was punished because he had been made many
mistakes.
iii. The naughty boy was punished because he had made many
mistakes.
iv. The naughty boy has been punished because he had made many
mistakes.

14. When I (will get – had got – was getting – have got) the news, I will tell you!
15. Don’t worry; I (didn’t leave – won’t leave – hadn’t left – will leave) until you feel better.
16. Once I (have made -had made -was making -will make) sure the car is ready for the
journey, I will contact you.
17. I can’t meet you since I (will revise -had revised – will be revising – have revised) my
lessons all day.
18. Did you finish reading the novel I (will lend – have lent – will be lending – had lent)
you?
19. It’s nice that cats usually clean (ourselves – herself – themselves -itself)!
20. Who is the (tallest – taller – more tall – a tall) of the two boys?
21. While my mother (made-has made-was making- is making) our lunch, I was doing my
homework, so I couldn’t help her.
22. I was exhausted because I (had been working-have been working -have worked –
had worked) all day long.
23. He couldn’t join the online meeting because he (is having-have had-was having-had
had) a hard time connecting to the internet.
24. By next October, I (have join – will join – am joining – will have joined) the university.
25. I really must buy my mother a present on her birthday party. This shows (lack of
necessity – regret – ability – inner feeling).
26. While I ……………dinner, someone knocked on the door.
a. had B. was having C. did have D. am having
27. After he had examined the athlete, the doctor ……….him permission to join the
competition.
a. gave B. given C. had given D. gives
28. The train ………………………before we arrived at the station.
a. had left B. has left C. was leaving D. will leave
29. Mr. Ali …….at a shop for ten years before he got a job at the bank.
a. has worked B. is working C. will have been working D. had been working
30. The bridge over the valley is built on a ………scale than the one over the river
31. . A. big B. bigger C. biggest D. the biggest
32. When the bus plunged off the bridge, it was the ………….experience of my life. We
were lucky that nobody was hurt.
a. most shocking B. shocking C. more shocking D. less shocking
33. For the next year, Ahmed …….on an engineering project in Alexandria.
a. was working B. will have worked C. will be working D. had been working
34. By 2050, I think that astronomers ………………….new planets outside our solar
system. A. will have found B. find C. have found D. are finding
35. We won’t be able to live on Mars until we …….enough water there.
a. will find B. have found C. will be finding D. found
36. I felt really sick ………………………. the party, so I went home.
a. While B. when C. during D. on
37. My brother was finally ……… that he had been selected for the new position as Sales
Manager.
a. asked B. said C. informed D. ordered
38. This is the most difficult situation I ………………….
a. had ever been faced B. have ever faced C. had ever faced D. have ever been
faced
39. Unfortunately, they stopped (to responding – respond – to respond – responding); it is
clear that they can’t hear us.
40. (I suggest – Let’s – Have you considered – Why don’t you consider) spending the
summer holiday in Alex?
41. I recommend she (reads – read – reading – needs to read) that report for further
information.
42. I regret selling my old car. This means:
i. I should have sold it.
ii. I wish I hadn’t sold it.
iii. I can’t have sold it.
iv. I didn’t have to sell it.
43. I could have spent the weekend in Alexandria, but I preferred my village. This means:
a. It was possible for me to spend the weekend in Alexandria.
b. It is probable that I spent the weekend in my village.
c. I can’t have spent the weekend in my village.
d. I was obliged to spend the weekend in my village.
44. Why don’t you go to the theatre with us? This shows (a/an) a (inquiry – blame – regret
– suggestion)
45. I blame you for making noise; you (shouldn’t have done – should do – mustn’t have
done – ought to have done) that

46. I (decide – plan – consider – dislike) reading adventure stories; they appeal to me so
much!
47. My father usually ……… us ……… video games in our spare time so we don’t harm
our eyes.
a. discourages / from playing
b. discourages / to play
c. encourages / to play
d. instructs / to play
48. Would you like (share – to share – sharing – to sharing) in the class project?
49. She hopes (she was – she would be – will be – to be) an air hostess when she grows
up.
50. I’m so sorry; I forgot (doing – to doing – to do – that I did) that exercise. I will do it
tomorrow.
51. I feel I know this man; I remember (meeting – to meet – I will meet – to meeting) him
last month.
52. I am going to devote more time to (do – doing – make – making) revision work.
53. I really regret (I will start – starting – to start – to starting) to smoke when I was young;
my lungs are in terrible condition.
54. I stopped (to read – from reading – reading – read) the news and looked up when I
heard the noise.
55. I (pretend – intend – consider – enjoy) to join the faculty of engineering when I finish
secondary school; it’s my dream!
56. We should look up to old people. The phrasal verb look up to means (ignore – help –
detest – respect).
57. How can we bring about a change in the inappropriate behavior of some young
people who abuse the internet? “Bring about” means “………….”
58. My car broke down again. I will (have – get – let – make) a mechanic to repair it.
59. Kamal: Did you prepare lunch? Youssef: …………. because I was too busy studying.
a. Yes, I have already prepared it
b. No, I had prepared it
c. No, I had it prepared
d. Yes, I didn’t ask anyone to prepare it
60. It is my habit to decorate things myself, so I ………… .
a. painted my room
b. got someone to paint my room
c. had my room painted
d. got my room painted
61. You shouldn’t have told our secret to Aya; you let me (down – off – on – at).
62. I had the new washing machine installed. This means that:
a. the new washing machine had been installed.
b. the new washing machine was installed.
c. I will get the new washing machine installed.
d. I was able to install the new washing machine myself.
63. I never believe (every – all – whole – each) that he says; he usually tells lies!
64. How long (will you be known – have you been knowing – have you known – had you
known) each other?
65. You are wasting your time before the final exam; you (have played – had been
playing – are playing – have been playing) computer games for three hours now.
66. My grandfather (has owned – is owning – has been owning – had owned) the village
house since his retirement.
67. He’s still angry with me and he (hasn’t been accepted – hasn’t accepted – don’t
accept – hadn’t accepted) my apology yet.

68. Do you need (all things – everything – anything – nothing) else, sir? – Yes, I need a
packet of tea, please.
69. He (had worked – has worked – is working – has been working) for the company since
he was twenty-five. He enjoys his work there.
70. I (got lost – had lost – have lost – have been losing) my mobile. Can you help me find
it?
71. “Why are you worried, Tamer?” – “I (have been waiting – have waited – had been
waiting – had waited) for my exam result all day.”
72. I haven’t seen Yasser (when – since – for – ago) the last time we were at the
conference together.
73. I need (a little – a few – little – much) rice, please; I need a small amount.
74. When Rami got home, he found that a delicious meal (had been prepared – had
prepared – has been preparing – was preparing) by his mother.
75. It (is reporting – is reported – have been reported – had been reported) that a new
school will be built in our town.
76. Our house (built – has built – was built – has been built) in 2002.
77. Because the road (will pave – had been paved – is paving – is being paved), you won’t
be able to take this route.
78. Eman has had no promotion for three years. She hopes (to be promoted – will be
promoted – to promote – to being promoted) next month.
79. Amani: Didn’t you buy any flour? Heba: No, I bought (any – no – some – many) to
make cakes.
80. While they were watching TV, the house (had been collapsed – was collapsed –
collapsed – is collapsing) suddenly.
81. (Will we tell – Were we told – Will we be told – Were we telling) about the result of the
exam next week?
82. Not (a few – many – a lot – none) students will get full marks unless they study hard
and do excellent revision work.
83. She (had been revising – has been revising – will be revising – revised) for the exam
all day. Now, she appears to be exhausted.
84. Don’t worry about Hatim because I (has been given – was given – have given – had
given) him the money he needed.
85. A lot of smart mobile phones (are produced – has been produced – produce – are
producing) in China.
86. I don’t like (to visit – to be visited – visiting – to being visited) late at night.
87. Which of the following is structurally correct?
a. He is still writing the final report; he hadn’t finished yet.
b. He is still writing the final report; he hasn’t finished yet.
c. He is still writing the final report; he had finished it by 6 pm.
d. He was busy because he has been writing the final report for two hours.
88. My kids are worried about (been punished – be punished – punishing – being
punished) for making a lot of noise.
89. I spend (a lot – much – a little – a few) time watching TV as I’m always busy studying
most of the day.

90. The man was honoured by the government; he…………a lot of achievements for the
sake of the country.
a. can’t have made b) must have made c) may have made d) should have made
91. I think I……… …………………………….my watch in the hall. Please can you check this?
a. should have left b) will have left c) might have left d) will have left
92. Hatim…………………………………….. his car. It is still in front of the house.
a. can’t have taken b) had to take c) might have taken d) shouldn’t have taken
93. She……………………………………… at home; I have just seen her in the club.
a. might be b) had to be c) must have been d) can’t be
94. It is likely that my friend travelled to Alexandria by train. This means:
a. He couldn’t have travelled to Alexandria by train.
b. He might have travelled to Alexandria by train.
c. He must have travelled to Alexandria by train.
d. He had to travel to Alexandria by train.
95. Rehab…………… …………………….. ; all of us spoke politely with her.
a. might have insulted b) can’t have been insulted
b. must have insulted d) can’t have insulted
96. The young man was set free. The judge ……………………………………….. sure that he
was not guilty.
a. might have been b) can’t have been c) must have been d) mustn’t have been
97. It’s probable that he forgot to reply to my email. This means that he………have
forgotten to reply to my email.
a. might b) can’t c) must d) should
98. This is the club in……………………………………we played the tennis match yesterday.
a. which b) where c) that d) when
99. I don’t think Basim is serious. Do you believe……………. he says?
a. who b) which c) that d) what
100. Gamal made a silly mistake………………… his friends criticised him.
a. which b) on which c) for which d) to which
101. Shakespeare,…….. plays are famous everywhere, was one of the greatest
poets and playwrights in England.
a. whose b) which c) who’s d) what
102. My brother attended Cairo University,………he studied Arabic language and
literature.
a. which b) where c) who d) that
103. We met our friend……….. father was rewarded for in the participation in the
Hayah Karima initiative.
a. who b) who’s c) whose d) whom
104. I haven’t decided …………………………………………… mobile phone to buy; both
of them are smart.
a. that b) what c) whose d) which

105. Do you know the name of the novelist …….. wrote Wuthering Heights?
a. who b) which c) whose d) whom
106. The Vatican City, …………………………………………… population is around 1,000
people, is the least populated country in the world.
a. where b) which c) whose d) that
107. Is Mandarin the main language …………………. in China?
a. speaking b) which spoken c) was spoken d) spoken
108. Brazil is one of the top 10 countries in …….. coffee is produced.
a. where b) which c) that d) what
109. Damietta is an Egyptian city ………………………. produces high quality furniture.
a. that b) where c) what d) whom
110. Mr. Ahmad, …………………………………………………….. our teacher of English, is
friendly and kind.
a. whose b) who’s c) who d) that
111. My uncle promised he …………………………………. buy me a new mobile for my
birthday party.
a. had to b) will c) would d) is going to
112. Hadeer said to us, “I …………………………………….. away for a few days”.
a. going to be b) has been c) would be d) will be
113. Tamer inquired why ……………………………………. the weekly meeting.
a. I had postponed b) had I postponed c) I will postpone d) I have postponed
114. Could you tell me why …………………………………. school suddenly yesterday?
a. did you leave b) you left c) would you leave d) you had left
115. Leila said, “I’m typing the final report because the manager needs it urgently.”
The correct reported sentence is……….. .
a. Leila said that she is typing the final report because the manager needed it
urgently.
b. Leila said that she was typing the final report because the manager need will
it urgently.
c. Leila said that she was typing the final report because the manager needed it
urgently.
d. Leila says that she was typing the final report because the manager needed it
urgently.
116. German isn’t………………………………………………….. like English all over the
world.
a. speaking widely b) wide spoken c) widely spoken d) widely-spoken
117. The minister ………………………………………………….. that the government was
going to develop our village with the Hayah Karima initiative.
a. ordered b) declared c) asked d) told
118. I suggest that Adel ……………………………………….. his father about the strange
man he saw in the garden of the house.
a. informs b) would inform c) inform d) informing

119. Mohamed tells me that he ………………………….. the next weekend with his
friends outside Cairo.
a. had spent b) spend c. was going to spend d) is going to spend
120. You aren’t………………………………………………………. to lift this heavy box; I will
help you.
a. strong enough b) such strong c) too strong d) such a strong
121. Hungarian is ………………………………………………….. difficult language that it is
very hard to learn.
a. too b) so c) such d) such a