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Read the text carefully then do the activities.
On October 24, 1945, representatives
of fifty-one nations met to form an association called the United Nations
Organisation. The two main aims of the UNO are the maintenance of international
peace and security and the promotion f human welfare throughout the world.
Since then, the Organisation has survived with difficulty. It has faced a
series of international disputes that could have involved the world in a
nuclear war. The successful handling of these disputes has proved that UNO can
help in the maintenance of world peace.
If UNO had failed to settle them, the
world might by now have been involved in a global war and completely destroyed.
If it continues to settle disputes peacefully, the fear of a world –wide war
will disappear. If it fails, there may be no further hope for mankind.
SECTION ONE: READING COMPREHENSION
1/ How many paragraphs
are there in the text?
2/ Are the following
statements true or false?
The UNO was created on October 24, 1845.
The UNO was formed by fifty-one
It has failed to settle a series of national
helps maintain peace in the world.
3/Answer the following
questions according to the text:
What are the two main objectives of the UNO?
What might happen to the world if the UNO had
failed to settle disputes?
4/ Choose the best
title for the text/
The main objectives of the UNO
The success of the UNO
The birth of the UNO.
5/ Find in the text
words that are synonyms to:
a) objectives (§1) = b) quarrels (§1)=
SECTON TWO: MASTERY OF
1/ Find in the text
words that are opposite in meaning to:
a) war (§1)≠
b) succeeded (§2)≠
2/ Rewrite sentence
(b) so that it means the same as sentence (a):
a) He must respect the
3/ Put the following
sentence in the negative form:
They have to settle disputes.
They ………………………settle disputes.
4/ Rewrite this
sentence in the past simple:
He is good at mathematics; he can solve the
most difficult problems.
5/ Classify the
following words in the table below according to the pronunciation of final “s”:
Objectives, quarrels, disputes, manages.
SECTION THREE: WRITTEN EXPRESSION
Choose one of the
following topics and write a paragraph.
Topic A: Imagine you are the headmaster of a
secondary school. Write some rules about what pupils must or must not do.
Use: must/ must not; have to/ don’t have
Topic B: Write a paragraph about the rights