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Second Term Exam

MohandasKaramchand Gandhi was an Indian nationalist leader. He led the Indian struggle for independence. He was a peace loving man (a pacifist), who strongly believed that non-violent cooperation could free his country from British colonial rule. He organised many hunger strikes and demonstrations to make India independent. India got its independence in 1947. A Hindu nationalist assassinated Mahatma Gandhi (the Great Soul) in 1948. He killed him because he thought that Gandhi had betrayed his people.

Part One: (14 pts)

A-Reading Comprehension: (8 pts)

Activity 1:  answer the following questions : (5 pts)

1- Where was Gandhi from?             2- Was he a man f peace?

3- Who colonized India?                  4- What did he do to free India?

5- Why was Gandhi killed?

Activity 2:What do the underlined words in the text refer to?  (1.5 pt)

(who- its – he )

 Activity 3:1-Find in the text words that are closest in meaning to:   (1.5 pt)

freedom= …………………  a lot of = ………………. assassinated = ……………………

  B-Mastery of Language   (6 pts)             

Activity One:   Turn into the passive form :  (4 pts)

1-Gandhi organized many hunger strikes.

2- A Hindu nationalist assassinated Gandhi.

Activity Two:   Complete the table with the infinitive or the simple past.     (2 pts)

 

Infinitive

Simple Past

to bring

……………..

……………

began

to try

…………….

to lead

…………….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part TwoWritten Expression    Complete the dialogue:  (6 pts)

A:…………………………? B: He was born in India

A:…………………………? B: Yes, he did. He lived in India and died there.

A:…………………………? B: No, he wasn’t. He was a man of peace.

A:…………………………? B: He led India to independence.

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