פתרון בחינת הבגרות באנגלית מועד ב' - קיץ תשע"א:
רוצים לקבל עדכונים על פתרון בחינות הבגרות הבאות? הצטרפו לחדשות 2 בפייסבוק.
MODULE A (שלוש יחידות)
1. What do we learn about Judy in lines 1-3?
A)Why she wrote to Dr. Hanson.
2. What advice does Dr. Hanson give Judy in lines 5-12?
B)To do well at school. E) To study more about the subjects she likes.
3. According to Dr. Hanson, it is important to
C)Get some work experience.
4.Where can Judy find the information she needs? Give ONE answer.
In the Internet (or) Ask Dr. Hanson.
5. Give ONE example of information Judy needs to plan her future.
Where to study (or) How long she will have to study.
6. Dr. Morley wanted to know if people
A)Eat more food after thinking about it.
7. According to lines 4-8 all the students in the study
B) Had to imagine eating.
8. What did Dr. Morley show to the students in the first and second groups?
9. What do we learn from lines 9-12? TWO answers.
C)The results of the study were surprising. E) Students in the first group ate less than the others.
10. In lines 13-15 Morley explains.
B) How we can eat less.
11. According to Dr. Morley, thinking about eating a lot of candies can be good for our - Health.
12 . What is the main idea of the Great Hero Project?
B) To tell the stories of people who help others.
13. According to John Carter, in order to be a "Great Hero" people have to
A) do volunteer work to help others. D) volunteer to help for a long time
14. Carter started the Great Hero Project because he wanted.
A) to tell about the work of good people.
15. Mike Rogers is a "Great Hero" because he
C) brings doctors to sick people around the world.
16. How does Carter find "Great Heroes"?
B) People write him letters.
MODULE B (שלוש יחידות)
1. What do we learn about Mike in lines 1-7?
B) What he is interested in. E) What he is writing about.
2. Ron gave Cibo to Mike to find out
A) if Mike would enjoy living with Cibo
3. Mike was surprised when he saw
C) how Cibo behaved.
4. What do we learn about Cibo from lines 8-12?
B) What things he can do.
5. It is easy to take care of Cibo. Give ONE fact from lines 8-12 that shows this.
You don't have to take him for a walk/clean after him/feed him.
6. What was hard for Mike to do with Cibo?
He wasn't able to teach him new things.
7. According to Mike, people will only buy Cibo if
C) it is easier to teach the robot dog new things.
8. Mike would like to have another robot dog. Copy the words that show this.
Now I'm waiting for Ron to bring me a new, improved Cibo.
MODULE C (שלוש וארבע יחידות)
1. What information is given in lines 1-4?
D) Why scientists think animals can help predict earthquakes.
2. What do we learn from lines 5-10?
B) What historians wrote about animal behavior.
3. Dogs and snakes are mentioned in lines 5-10 as animals that (-).
C) behaved strangely before an earthquake.
4. How did the frogs feel that the pond wasn't safe?
They sensed small movements in the ground.
5. The scientists that are mentioned in lines 11-15 explained (-).
B) why frogs left the pond.
6. What do we learn about the Chinese government from lines 16-22?
A) What information it wanted to get from people. E) How it used the reports it got from people.
7. The warning mentioned in lines 19-20 was helpful. Copy the words in lines 16-22 that show this.
" The government actions prevented a large number of people from being killed or injured. "
8. According to lines 23-27, most scientists believe that (-).
C)many things can cause unusual animal behavior.
9. According to scientists, what were the results of the Chinese government's attempts to predict earthquakes using animal behavior?
Most of the time they failed / They succeeded only once in 1975.
10. According to Dr. Gibson, why can't scientists rely on unusual animal behavior to warn people of earthquakes?
Because animals sense it only a short time before people do (and it doesn't leave scientists enough time to warn people).
(ארבע יחידות) MODULE D
1. What are we told in lines 1-7 about the slow movements?
C) What they want to achieve
2. According to lines 10-13, what happened in Italy?
(1) Fast food restaurants were opening up everywhere in Italy.
(2) Some people were against this.
(3) They founded the Slow Food Movement to protest .
3. What does Paley explain about the slow movements in lines 9-15?
D) what they have in common.
4. Peley uses the questions in lines 19-20 to show that
A) reading quickly has disadvantages.
5. In lines 20-21, Paley explains why you should - read slowly.
6. In line 24, Paley refers to the "message" of the slow movements. What is that message?
To do everything slowly.
7. How do the slow movements spread their message?
They hold meetings and give lectures all over the world.
8. What can we4 understand from lines 23-27?
B) That Paley is optimistic about the future of the slow movements.
MODULE E (ארבע וחמש יחידות)
1. What are we told in lines 1-4?
D) What buskers do.
2. Why do people become buskers? Give TWO answers from lines 5-9.
(1) To- test themselves in front of an audience.
(2) To - enjoy the freedom of giving the show whenever they like.
3. What do we learn about the buskers in both London and Singapore?
C) The cities recognize their value. F) They need permission to perform.
4. Students from London's music academies are given as an example of buskers who.
C) are very good performers.
5. In line 24, the writer refers to the good and the harm that buskers can do.
(a) Give an example from lines 19-25 of the harm that buskers can do.
ANSWER: They cause too much noise and commotion / They take over public space for their private purposes.
(b) Give an example of the good that buskers can do. Base your answer on lines 10-13.
ANSWER: They give the public spaces a new vitality. / They entertain residents and tourists.
6. What does the writer explain in lines 19-25 about the restrictions on busking?
A) Why they are needed.
7. What general information are we given about the Seven Seas Race?
C) Why the race is dangerous. F) The conditions for joining the race.
8. Cindy gives the example of repairing the torn sail to show that.
A) it isn't easy to sail alone.
9. According to Cindy, what was most difficult about living on the boat?
Not getting enough sleep.
10. What does Cindy tell the reviewer about her past?
B) How she became interested in sailing.
11. In her last answer, Cindy tells the interviewer what she - is planning to do in the future.
MODULE F (חמש יחידות)
1. Which of the following statements is true according to lines 1-6?
C) The idea of slowness is gaining support.
2. From lines 8-11 we learn why - the first slow movement was founded.
3. What does Paley explain about the slow movements in lines 8-15?
D) What they have in common.
4. Paley uses the questions in lines 17-18 to show that
B) there are disadvantages to reading quickly.
5. In lines 19-21, Paley presents the- advantages of the slow reading.
6. In line 25, Paley refers to the "message" of the slow movements. What is that message?
That people should slow down their lifestyle.
7. What can we understand from Paley's third answer?
B) That he is optimistic about the future of the slow movements.
8. In his last answer, Paley presents the effects of - our obsession with speed/doing things quickly.
Moudle G (חמש יחידות)
1. What does the writer explain in lines 1-10?
B) Why new market research techniques are needed.
2. Why do market researchers "go directly to the brain" (line 11) ?
They do so in order to - get a more accurate picture of consumer preferences.
3. What point is made in lines 11-20?
C) There is scientific support for the way many products are advertised.
4. What do we learn about neuromarketing agencies from lines 21-23? ONE answer.
We learn why they - are becoming more popular.
5. Why do businesses want to know if their ads "elicit emotions" (lines 23-24)?
They want to know this because - emotions are a key factor in "brand loyalty".
6. Give TWO objections to neuromarketing. Take each one from a different paragraph.
(1) Neuromarketing - is irresponsible.
(2) Neuromarketing - isn't ethical / manipulates people.
7. What does Patricia Smith mean by saying "there's no 'buy' button in the brain"?
C) Consumers cannot be manipulated easily
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