NEAEA Ethiopian Grade 12 English Unit 1 Family life Question Answers. You can test our knowledge of your Grade 12 English textbook online. Out free questions and answers will also help for Ethiopian EUEE University Entrance written exam preparation. In addition, you can also download PDF for the English Unit 1 Family life sample questions aloin with exercise problems.
In this part of Unit 1 you will:
- discuss traditional family life and the changing role of women, listen to a father talking about his son and daughter.
- make sentences with as and like, make predictions and talk about consequences.
- listen to a mother talking about her son and daughter, make sentences with the more …, the more.
- analyse your own approach to learning English, practise the language of discussion.
- take part in a role-play about a family situation.
Grade 12 English Unit Questions and Answers
|Type of question||Sample multiple choice|
|Test type||Online Quiz|
1. Complete these sentences with as and like.
1 I always wear bright colours …………………. red and yellow.
2 Please put the tables and chairs back …………………. they were before.
3 Your idea is good. We will do …………………. you suggest.
4 My brother’s working for my uncle …………………. his assistant.
5 This coffee is not good. It tastes …………………. water.
6 …………………. I told you, I’m going to work very hard in Grade 12
2. Complete these sentences.
1 I like eating sweet things like …
2 I play a lot of football, as …
3 My friend’s father works as …
4 My sister is very immature. She is 16 but she behaves like …
5 Why don’t you do the exercise as …
6 Dawit is very fast. He runs like …
1. Choose the correct form of the verbs in each of these sentences from the listening text.
1 She will get/gets a good job, marry well and have a good life in the future.
2 When she will get/gets a job, we will find/find her a good husband.
3 If she will have/has boyfriends, it will distract/distracts her from her studies.
4 She may get pregnant, and then we won’t be able to/aren’t able to arrange a good marriage for her.
5 If he will work/works hard, he will make/makes a good life for himself.
6 Will/Do my children understand before it’s too late?
2. Choose the correct form of the verbs in these sentences.
1 My father will hope/hopes I will go/go to university.
2 I don’t think our team will win/wins the championship this year.
3 If I will study/study more, I will pass/pass my exams.
4 If you will see/see my sister, tell her I will be/am late home today.
5 If you will have/have a lot of children, you will have/have less money to educate them.
6 When I will be/am married, I will have/have only three children
3. Make sentences from these situations. Be careful with the comparative forms of well and little.
a You sleep, you are tired. The more you sleep, the more tired you are.
b You work hard, you sleep well.
c You have money, you are unhappy.
d You study, you are confident before an exam.
e You do little, you get lazy.
f You are active, you are healthy
4. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.
1 a long market If go will you this the you on reach road.
2 forward the Are holidays you to looking?
3 parents after of you Which your take do?
4 by badly let team down school The the playing.
5 late My stay brother to office at finish has work his to his on
5. Choose the best option to complete the sentences according to the text.
1. At breakfast, the writer:
a. ate the same as everyone else.
b. ate the same as the other men.
c. ate the same as the other children.
2. His mother:
a. did not sit at breakfast with the family.
b. sat among the men at breakfast.
c. supervised the meal.
3. While they were eating:
a. the children did not speak to the adults.
b. only the adults could speak.
c. there was generally silence.
4. The writer:
a. served himself from the meat dish.
b. served his father from the meat dish.
c. was served by his father from the meat dish.
5. Usually the writer was given:
a. more food than he needed.
b. just about enough food.
c. less food than he wanted.
6. At the end of the meal, the children and apprentices gave thanks to their parents because:
a. both parents expected them to.
b. their mother expected them to.
c. their father expected them to.
7. The children were told off and punished:
a. by both their mother and father.
b. by their mother.
c. by their father.