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TICKET English Contest:Vocabulary and Grammar Roundby: Abdelouahed OULGOUT, BAAMRAN HIGH SCHOOL 2009

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A group competition designed for the students of the first year Baccalaureate

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Contest Objectives:By the end of this contest, the students WILL:have revised their TICKET English lessons , notably: Vocabulary, grammar, functions, listening, and speaking.

have tested their English Learning potentialities.

have been given MERIT Prises and Certificates.

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The contest consists of five rounds: VocabularyRound, Grammar Round, Functions Round,

Listening Round, and Public Speaking Round

The participants jot down their answers by just ticking the correct option of each question.

After each round, the participants will be given the right answers. The audience will take a crucial part in the correction process.

As for scoring, each correct option rates 1 point.

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Fill in the gap with the

appropriate word

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The place where students play during their recreation time is called

A. a school centerB. a school surfaceC. a school yard

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A person who has a degree from a university or college is called a 

A. graduateB. diplomateC. employee

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is the tendency to believe that one's own race or ethnic group is the most important and that some or all aspects of its culture are superior to thoseof other groups.A. Globalisation

B. Ethnocentrism C. Identity

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The period of time between thirteen and eighteen is known as

A. AdolecenceB. AdolesenceC. Adolescence

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If you suffer from blurry eyesight, you ought to see

A. a cardiologistB. an ophthalmologistC. a gastroenterologist

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Choose the best anwser to

complete the sentences

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It is advisable to a diet when you are fat.

A. followB. haveC. go on

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Congratulations! I’m so happy to hear that you’ve your English exam.

A. takenB. passedC. done

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The amount of garbage and waste thrown by people and factories results in the of our environment

A. degredationB. degradationC. degeradation

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A: ’s Mr. John?B: He’s an engeener.

A. WhoB. WhichC. What

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Prevention is better than

A. treatmentB. cureC. protection

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Round Round N° 2N° 2

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Amjad is fond of reading English stories, ?

A. is he?B. isn’t he?C. isn’t it?

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This school is the oldest one in the city. It in 1970.

A. BuiltB. is builtC. was built

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Look, James! Peter is not the responsible for this terrible crisis; it’s you who brought it about .A. itselfB. yourselvesC. yourself

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The woman, time is devoted to bring up her children, is an English school teacher. A. whoB. whoseC. when

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I’ve no idea, inspector. I when someone knocked on the door.

A. prayingB. was prayingC. prayed

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A. You willB. You Will toC. You won’t

get your pronounciation right until you listen to native speakers.

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FunctionsFunctions