الوحده الثامنة عشر لغة انجليزية كاملة للصف الثالث الاعدادي الترم الثانيunit18
معا – سويا
السباحة تحت الماء
خاص – مميز
in front of
look forward to
معلم – مرشد
مكان تحطم – غرق
the Red Sea
جاهز – مستعد
يضع – يبيض
very small animals that live together in large groups
Someone who teaches a sport or practical skill.
a large flat fish that has a long tail with sharp poisonous points on it
a place where a ship wrecked
a very intelligent sea animal like a fish with a long grey pointed nose
with strong wind or storms
Showing reliefالشعور بالراحه أو الاطمئنان
Showing excitementالتعبير عن الاثارة
What a relief!
I can’t wait!
Thank goodness for that!
I’m looking forward to that.
من : –
مع الألعاب التى بها كره او
تلعب بالكرة مثل football – tennis
مع الألعاب المنتهية بـــ
ing مثل swimming – snorkelling
مع باقي الألعاب والالعاب
العنيفة حتى لو اخرها ing ( judo – wrestling – boxing )
free time, I could go diving every day!
you could go snorkelling and you could still see a lot of sea life.
plants, but it is very small animals that live together in large groups? The coral is protected, and the sea life is fantastic.
However, if you went to Shark Reef, you might not see a shark. You have to go at the right time of year. You can often see dolphins and they are fun to swim with. Birds also love Ras Mohammed because there are so many fish for them to eat. In autumn, thousands of birds stop here on
their way to Africa.
have taken any photos under the water.
special kinds of fish that live in the Red Sea is the sailfish. This is the fastest fish in the world. It can jump out of the water at 110 kmh. Stingrays also live in the Red Sea. They live in groups of five or six and usually
stay at the bottom of the sea. They like it there because other fish can’t see them.
of fire coral. It is called this because if you touch it, it will burn you. Larger animals also live in the Red Sea. Green turtles grow to about 1.5 metres long and live for 23 years or more. If they are in water, they can
swim at about 55 kilometres an hour, but they are very slow when they walk on beaches. They usually only visit beaches every two to four years, when they are ready to lay eggs. A mother turtle can lay up to 200 eggs in the
you had with you yesterday, isn’t well so he can’t come today. I just want to talk to you for a few minutes before we go on our dive today. So, have you got all your diving equipment with you?Tourists Yes, thanks.Tamer: Good. Let me tell you where we are going today. First we’re going to Shark Reef. This is where you could see some grey sharks. Have any of you swum near sharks before?Tourist 1 No, never.Tamer: OK, well, if a shark is eating food or it feels frightened, it might not be happy to see you. However,
we do not look like a shark’s food, so they won’t try to eat us! If we see a shark, we will get behind a coral wall and hide. The shark will relax and quickly go away. However, I’m sure we won’t see
a shark today. It is the wrong time of year.Tourist 2: Phew! What a relief!Tourist 3 Thank goodness for that!Tamer: You will, of course, see a lot of wonderful fish. After Shark Reef, we will move to Yolanda Reef where there is a wreck. It’s a very old boat and it has been there a long time. There are thousands of
fish to see here and also turtles. Some of the sea life is almost impossible to see because they hide in the coral. Swim near me so that I can show you what to see. Diving isn’t dangerous, but you must be careful so
remember to watch what I am doing. Near Yolanda Reef there is a fantastic coral garden full of beautifully coloured coral. You will be amazed.Tourist 1: Great!Tourist 2: I can’t wait!Tourist 3: I’m really looking forward to this dive.Tamer: Now any questions? OK, let’s go!
a. any book
b. any hobby
d. any food
a. kilometer an hour
c. an hour
d. per hour
c. Fun Fair
d. Shark Reef
b. had visited
a. will do
b. would do
a. would be
b. wouldn’t be
c. will be
d. won’t be
a. don’t have
b. didn’t have
c. hadn’t had
d. had had
d. had visited
c. had needed
d. had been