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    اسئلة للصف الخامس لغات ( دراسى ثانى)

    مُساهمة من طرف atwa في الإثنين مايو 10, 2010 11:09 pm

    Complete the following sentences:
    1- The friction force between the water and the object that moves through is called ………..
    2- The friction force between the air and the object that moves through is called …………..
    3-Friction force has its effect in the opposite direction of ………………….
    4-The value of ………….between two surfaces depends on the type of material of both surfaces.
    5-………..increases by the increase of the surface area of a moving
    6- The most important soil pollutants are ……….,……… and ………
    7-The force of ………….acts in the direction of an object’s motion.
    8-The soil types are………..,………… and …………….
    9-The ………….region in Egypt is considered as the best region for rice cultivation.
    10-Silt soil aeration is………. , clay soil compactness is……… and the silt soil fertility is ……
    11- The origin of the agricultural soil in Egypt is the rocks of the ……..plateau.
    12-…………is used to decrease the effect of friction force between the internal moving parts of machines.
    13- Friction force has its effect on the………….. direction of the object’s movement.
    14-The force that slows down the objects motion is called ………
    15-The value of………… between two surfaces depends on the type of material of both surfaces.
    16-Friction force has its effect in the opposite direction of…………

    Complete the following statement:
    1-The most important soil pollutants are . …….,……... and ……….
    2-The soil types are ………..and …………….
    3-Silt soil aeration is……….. , clay soil compactness is…………. and
    the silt soil fertility is ………….
    4-The………… region in Egypt is considered as the best region for rice cultivation.
    5- The origin of the agricultural soil in Egypt is the rocks from the……….. plateau.
    6- The friction force between the air and the object that moves
    through is called……….
    7-The friction force between the water and the object that moves through is called ………
    8-…………increases by the increase of the surface area of a moving object.
    9-The force of………… acts in the direction of an object’s motion
    Complete the following sentences by using the following words:
    (plasma - valve - veins - left ventricle - clot - pulmonary artery - blood platelets - urea - urinary bladder — urethra — uric acid)
    1- Vessels that carry blood to the heart are called ……………
    2-There is a………. between atrium and ventricle on each side of the heart.
    3-The tube, which extends from the bladder and opens outside the body is called ……….
    4-When the left atrium contracts, it pushes the blood to the ………..
    5-All the arteries carry oxygen-rich blood except……….
    6-………….is a balloon like bag.
    7-Blood consists of red blood cells and white blood cells, ………and……………
    8-Urine consists of water containing excess salt, ………and ……
    9- When the blood is exposed to the air, a bloody…………is formed.
    Complete the following sentences:
    1-Heart is located within the chest cavity between the ………….
    2-Heart beats cause……… to all body parts.
    3-Heart is consisted of 4 chambers filled with………. and connected with……….
    4-Blood flows inside a network of pipelines called ………….
    5-The blood vessels that emerge from the heart are called………
    6-……… blood cells attack the microbes that cause diseases to human.
    7-……..blood cells carry oxygen and carbon dioxide inside the body.
    8-…………keeps body temperature constant.
    9-Blood platelets form…………. which help in healing wounds.
    10- Left ventricle pushes the blood into the …………..
    11-………….atrium receives blood from all body parts except the lungs.
    12-………….are the main organs of the urinary system.
    13-Kidneys are located on both sides of the …………..
    14-The kidney excretes the wastes dissolved in water in the from of…………
    15-………..is connected with the kidney and carries the urine into……
    16-Urinary system is located inside the ………….cavity.
    Complete the following statements:
    1-The main types of soil are……. ,………… and…………..
    2-The colour of ………soil is dark, while that of ……………soil is yellow.
    3-……….. soil is highly fertile because it contains large amount of ……….
    4-Clay soil holds……… water and…………. soil holds less water.
    5-The compactness of……… soil is very weak, while that of ………..soil is highly compact.
    6-The soil contains gravels produced from breaking down of ……….
    7-The main soil components are …………,…………,………….
    8-Water and……….. break down rocks into small pieces.
    9-Humus add nutrients to…………….
    *Put (√) or (X) if the sentence is wrong and correct the underlined words to make the statements right:
    1-The friction force is always in the same direction of the object’s movement.
    2-The friction force between two surfaces is greater while moving than stopping.
    3- The moving car is affected by air resistance in the same direction of its movement.
    4-The air resistance decreases when the car moves so fast.
    5-When the friction force between the air and a car is equal to the force that moves it, the car moves at a constant velocity.
    6- The relationship between the area of the object surface exposed to the air and the air resistance of its movement is an inverse relation.
    7-The friction force affects in an opposite direction to the direction of motion.
    8-The friction force depends on the shape of the surface of two touching objects.
    9-Ball bearings are used to increase the friction force.
    10-The pushing of an object forward is opposed by a friction force at the same direction.
    11-Oil is used to decrease the friction force.
    12- When the affecting forces on a moving object are equivalent, the object continues in its motion with a constant velocity and in a straight line.
    13-Air resistance to the objects move in high speeds can not observed
    14-When the parachutist opens his parachute, the friction force decreases.
    Put (√) or (X) if the sentence is wrong and correct the underlined words to make the statements right::
    1-The friction force affects in an opposite direction to the direction of motion.
    2-The friction force depends on the shape of the surface of two touching objects.
    3-Ball bearings are used to increase the friction force.
    4-The pushing of an object forward is opposed by a friction force at the same direction.
    5-Oil is used to decrease the friction force.
    Put (√) or (X) if the sentence is wrong and correct the underlined words to make the statements right:
    1-Environmental balance is the tendency of the environmental system to stability.
    2-The sand soil is strongly compact, has poor ventilation and fertile.
    3- The clay soil has poor ventilation.
    4-Humus is the remains of fragmented small rocks and was deposited on the Earth’s surface.
    5-Cactus plant grows in clay soil.
    6-When the affecting forces on a moving object are equivalent, the object continues in its motion with a constant velocity and in a straight line.
    7-Air resistance to the objects move in high speeds can not observed.
    8-There are valves within the heart cavity.
    9-The aorta delivers blood to the lungs.
    10- White blood cells defend the body against microbes.
    11- Eating meals rich in fats and salt activate the circulatory system.
    12- Keeping the urine and delaying getting rid of it, benefits urinary bladder
    13-The kidney filters excess water and salts from the human food.
    14-Ureter is a tube that extends from the bladder to open outside of the body
    Put (√) or (X) if the sentence is wrong and correct the underlined words to make the statements right:
    1-Wheat plant grows in sand soil.
    2- The spaces between the particles of clay soil are large.
    3-Cactus plants are seen in sand soil.
    4-Silt soil contains gravel, clay, sand, silt and humus.
    5- Sand soil is more compacted than silt one.
    Write the scientific term which expresses each of the following sentences:
    1- A muscular organ, about the fist in size and located within the chest.
    2-The two lower chambers of the heart.
    3-The network of pipelines that extend all over the human body.
    4- The artery that carries blood rich in carbon dioxide.
    5-The blood vessels that collect blood from all body parts and pour it into the heart.
    6-The cells that have no nuclei.
    The small bodies that play a role in blood coagulation when the body is wounded.
    7- A yellow watery fluid in which blood cells float.
    8- The flow of blood to the lungs and its returning back again to the heart.
    9-Blood circulation between the heart and all body parts except the two lungs.
    Write the scientific terms that expresses the following sentence:
    1-A force that slows down the moving object and has its effect in the opposite direction of the object’s movement.
    2-A set of small balls of smooth surfaces are put together between the internal surfaces of the moving objects of machines.
    3-A friction force between air and the moving object through.
    4-The group of organs that clarifies the body from the wastes and harmful substances.
    5-The system that clarifies blood from excess salts, urea and uric acid.
    6-The two organs which excrete carbon dioxide and excess water in the from of a vapor.
    7-The fluid which the kidneys produces and contains harmful substances.
    8-The narrow tube which connects with the kidney and urine passes through it.
    Write the scientific term of each of the following:
    1-The cells which carry oxygen. ( red blood cell )
    2-The artery that carries oxygenated blood to all parts of the body.
    3- A set of small balls of smooth surfaces are put together between the internal surfaces of the moving objects of machine.
    4-A friction force between air and the moving object through
    5-The soil type rich with humus ( silt soil )
    6-The most a rated soil ( sand soil )
    Write the scientific term for each of the following statements:
    1-A thin non-compacted layer covers the Earth’s crust. ( soil )
    2- A soil is mainly composed of clay and silt particles. ( clay soil )
    3- soil is rarely contains humus. ( silt soil )
    4-A thin loose layer covering the Earth’s crust. ( soil )
    5-The remains of the decayed organisms. (humus)
    6-A highly fertile soil because it contains suitable dissolved salts and humus. ( silt soil )
    Give reasons for the following sentences:
    1-The fish has a streamline shape.
    2-Car drivers should not increase the car speed up to a certain limit.
    3-Car tires should be replaced when their grooves disappear.
    4-Ball bearings decrease the friction between machines internal moving parts.
    5- Lubricants and oil are used in the mechanical machines.
    6- Rockets and aircraft have a streamline shape.
    7-Car tires have inscriptions.
    8-Ball bearings are used between the surfaces of the moving parts in machines.
    9-Car movement needs friction.
    4-What happens if we drop two similar sheets of paper, one of them is folded and the other is unfolded? Which one reaches the ground first? Give reason.
    Give reasons:
    1-The two sides of heart are separated.
    2- Heart contains valves.
    3- Blood flows in one direction only inside the heart.
    4- The wall of left ventricle is more thicker than that of the right one.
    5- Blood capillaries have a thin wall.
    6-It is necessary to keep exercising.
    7-Smoking must be avoided.
    8-It is necessary to avoid exposure to infection and accidents
    Give reasons for each of the following:
    1-The sand soil has good aeration.
    2-The water level in the clay soil is higher than the water level in both the sand and silt soils.
    3- The silt soil fertility is the highest.
    4-The clay soil has poor aeration.
    5-Soils differ in compactness depending on their types.
    6-The microorganisms that live inside the soil have a great importance.
    7-The soil is the main component of the environment?
    8- Roots are important for the soil.
    9-Skin is one of the excretory organs.
    10-If the 2 kidneys are damaged, the person will die
    11-Sweat has a salty taste.
    12-Man urinates less in summer than winter.
    Choose the correct answer:
    1-The particles size of clay soil is ………
    (large - small - medium)
    2-The aeration of sand soil is…………
    (good - bad - medium)
    3- The most suitable soil for cultivation is …………soil.
    (sand - clay - silt)
    4-The sand soil………. water more than the other two types of soil.
    (drains - holds - retains)
    Choose the correct answer:
    1- The silt soil compactness is…………..
    ( strong -weak – medium)
    2-The origin of the agricultural soil in Egypt is from………. plateau.
    ( Tibet - Golan - Ethiopia )
    3-The particles of the clay soil is ……..
    ( tiny - medium - large )
    4-The water drains easily in the………… soil.
    ( silt - sand - clay )
    5-Rice grows efficiently in……………. soil.
    ( clay - silt - sand )
    Choose the correct answer:
    1-Carbon dioxide and water vapor are released by the ………..
    ( kidneys - lungs - heart )
    2- Urea is expelled by the……….
    ( heart - kidneys - lungs )
    3-The heart is a muscular pump in a size of your….
    ( fingers - foot – fist)
    4-Blood vessels which carry blood from the heart are the………
    ( arteries - veins - blood capillaries )
    5-Blood components which are responsible for attacking the microbes causing diseases to man are the .
    ( red blood corpuscles - white blood corpuscles- blood platelets)
    6-The silt soil compactness is …………….
    ( strong - weak - medium )
    7- The origin of the agricultural soil in Egypt is from plateau.
    ( Tibet - Golan – Ethiopia)
    Put (√) or (X) if the sentence is wrong and correct the underlined words to make the statements right:
    1- Eating diets rich in fats and salt activate the circulatory system.
    2-The kidney filters excess water and salts from the human food.
    3-Keeping the urine and delaying getting rid of it benefit urinary bladder.
    4-Ureter is a tube extends from the bladder to open outside of the body.
    5-There are valves within the heart cavity.
    6-White blood cells defend the body against microbes.
    7-The clay soil has poor aeration.
    8-Environmental balance is the tendency of the environmental system to stability.
    9-The sand soil is strongly compact, has poor aeration and poorly fertile.
    10-The aorta delivers blood to the lungs.
    11-Humus is the remains of fragmented small rocks and was deposited on the Earth’s surface.
    12-Cactus plant grows in clay soil.
    State the function of each of the following:
    1- The urinary bladder.: it temporary stores urine until it is released from the body
    2-. The kidney : filtering the blood from urine.
    Correct the underlined words in each of the following statements:
    1-. The kidney filters some excess water and salts from the human food. Skin
    2-. Ureter is a tube that extends from the bladder to open outside of the body. Urethra
    Give reason for each of the following:
    1-. Man urinates less in summer than in winter.
    Due to secretion sweat in summer

    2-. Sweat has salty taste.
    Because it consists of excess water , salts

    3-. If the two kidneys are damaged, the person will die.
    Because they filter the blood from poisonous material
    4-. The skin is one of the excretory organs.
    Because it gets rid of excess water , salts in form of sweat

    Write the scientific term for each of the following:
    1 - The narrow tube which connects with the kidney and urine passes through it. ureter

    2-. The system that clarifies blood from excess salts, urea and uric acid. the urinary system

    3- The two organs that clarify the body from cell wastes and harmful
    substances. The two kidney
    4- The two organs which excrete carbon dioxide and excess water in the form of water vapour.
    The two lungs

    8- The fluid which produced by the kidneys and contains harmful substances. Urine
    Choose the correct answer
    1-Carbon dioxide and water vapour are released by the ………..
    a. heart. b. lungs c. kidneys d. stomach.
    2-Urea is expelled by the …………..
    a. heart. b. stomach. c. lungs. d. kidneys.
    Completethe following statements:
    1-The kidney excretes the wastes dissolved in water in the form of urine
    2-ureter is connected with the kidney and carries the urine into urinary bladder
    3- Urine consists of water containing some excess salts urea and uric acid
    4-The tube which extends from the urinary bladder and opens outside the body is called urethra
    5- kidneys are the main organs in the urinary system.
    6-Kidneys are located on both sides of the back bone

    7- The urinary system is located inside the abdomenal cavity.
    Give reasons for the following sentences:
    1-The fish has a streamline shape.
    * to decrease water resistance.
    2-Car drivers should not increase the car speed up to a certain limit.
    * To reduce the air resistance and fuel consumption
    3-Car tires should be replaced when their grooves disappear.
    * to squeeze the water out that water reduce friction .
    4-Ball bearings decrease the friction between machines internal moving parts.
    * because it has smooth surface
    5- Lubricants and oil are used in the mechanical machines.
    To decrease the friction force
    6- Rockets and aircraft have a streamline shape.
    * To decrease air resistance with air
    7-Car tires have inscriptions.
    * to squeeze the water out .
    8-Ball bearings are used between the surfaces of the moving parts in machines.
    *To decrease the friction force

    9-Car movement needs friction.
    * to control the speed of car and stop it
    * What happens if we drop two similar sheets of paper, one of them is folded and the other is unfolded? Which one reaches the ground first? Give reason.
    Write the scientific term of each of the following sentences:
    1-A set of small balls of smooth surfaces are put together between the internal surfaces of the moving objects of machines.
    ( ball bearing )
    2-A friction force between air and the moving object through.
    3. The force that slows down the moving object and its effect is in the opposite direction of the object movement.
    Complete the following statements
    1 The force that slows down the objects’ motion is called …………..
    2. The effect of the friction force is in the…………. direction of the object’s movement.

    3. The friction force has an effect in the opposite direction of ………………..

    4…………… increases by increasing the surface area of a moving object.

    5. The value of ……….between two surfaces depends on the type of material of both surfaces.
    6. ………and……………… are used to decrease the effect of friction force between the internal moving parts of machines.
    71- from the disadvantages of friction force. ……………………….. and ………………….
    8- The rise in temperature of the moving parts of machines is due to…………
    9-The damage of machines is due to………………. between their moving parts.

    10-. Lubricating and oiling the mechanical machines reduce the……….. between their moving parts
    Put (√) or (x) one, then correct it
    1. The friction force is always in the same direction of the movement of the object. ( x ) opposite

    2. The friction force between two surfaces during motion is greater than that during stopping. ( )
    3. The pushing of an object forwards is opposed by a friction force at the same direction. ( )

    4. Oil is used to decrease the friction force. ( )
    5. The friction force depends on the shape of the two touching objects. ( )
    6. Ball bearings are used to increase the friction force. ( )
    Choose :
    1. During the gliding (skating) on the ice, a(an) arises.
    a. friction force b. movement force
    c. electricity d. (b) and (c)
    2-Friction force acts………………..of object.
    a. in the same direction of the movement.
    b. in the opposite direction of the movement.
    c. perpendicular to the movement.
    d. in different directions.
    3. All of the following reduces the friction force except
    a. lubricants. b. oil.
    c. increasing the surface area of the moving parts.
    d. using ball bearings.
    4 .The ball bearing consists of smooth metallic balls to
    a. increase friction between the moving parts of machines.
    b. decrease friction between the moving parts of machines.
    c. damage the machines.
    d. increase the temperature of the parts of machines.
    Adding natural fertilizers leads to soil pollution.
    •1 Using insecticides to control agricultural pests protects the soil from pollution.
    Soil pollution causes the disappearance of plant and animal groups.
    *Spacing periods of irrigation leads to increase the validity of the
    soil.
    “ The pollution is any change in the environment that disturbs its natural balance.
    * How can soil be protected from pollution?
    * Put a circle around the letter that does not match with the following statement:
    *From the sources of pollution of agricultural soil is:
    (Chemical pesticides- Salts- Natural fertilizers –Asphalt)
    *What are the harms resulted from the polluted soil?
    * Write a brief account about each of the following:
    Friction.
    Plasma.
    Sand soil.
    Aorta.
    Sweat.
    Water resistance.
    State the function of the following:
    the kidney - urinary bladder - ureter
    Graph a figure illustrating the heart internal structure and write the data down.

    *Describe an experiment that you have performed to compare water absorption and draining in different types of soil.
    1 Why are road partitions made of cement?
    2 If you push a marble on a glass surface and another similar one on a metal surface,
    which one will move for a longer distance? Why?
    * How can we protect the soil from pollution?
    * What are the harms that resulted from soil pollution?
    * Describe an experiment that you have performed describing water draining in different types of soil.
    * Mention three plants that grow in the following soil types:
    Sand — Clay — Silt
    *Mention the disadvantages of the friction force.
    Mention the most important ways that can be used to decrease the disadvantages of friction force.
    The figure you see illustrates the human blood composition. Answer the following question.

    Write the names of the numbered parts.
    what is the function of the 2 components No 1 and 2?
    Which component carries water and food materials.
    • How was Egypt’s agricultural soil formed?
    *What are the soil different components?
    *How do plants and animals affect in soil composition?
    *What is the importance of soil as a main component of the environment?








    *The following table clarifies the values of friction force between some surfaces. Study this table and answer the
    The surface Friction
    Force
    Glass and glass 3
    Rubber and wet cement 4
    Glass and metal 5
    Rubber and dry cement 6

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