Afarinesh Strategies – Part 28 – Notes and Summaries – Part 1

Afarinesh Strategies Part 28 Notes and Summaries Part 1

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Notes and Summaries – Part 1

دستورات سوال را با دقت مطالعه کنید:

.Complete the summary using the list of words, A-I, below .Write the correct letter, A-I, in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet Example 2 .Complete the summary below .Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the passage for each answer .Write your answers in boxes 1-4 on your answer sheet


ابتدا ببینید چه لغاتی در نت ها و خلاصه نیست. به لغات داده شده توجه کنید ، متن را برای یافتن آنها اسکن کنید. لغاتی که پی آن هستید کنار همان لغات هستند.

Paragraph 1 .Read the paragraph, then complete the summary using words from the list

The English word paper comes from papyrus-the name of a marsh grass used by the ancient Egyptians to make sheets to write on. Strictly speaking, this ancient writing material was not actually paper even though it had the same function. Rather, it was a type of mat formed by strips cut from the plant’s stem that were layered and pounded together into a thin sheet. True paper first came from China. It was there that the process was developed of macerating plant fibers in water and drying them in a thin sheet. During the third century AD, knowledge of the papermaking process began to spread through Asia. It didn’t reach Europe until the 1100s. Prior to that, Europeans had been writing on parchment, a material made from animal skins



A during B layered C stems D before E leaves F soaked G strips H mats I pounded

The ancient Egyptians wrote on ……………………. , which they made from the……………………. of a type of grass. Paper was first developed in China. It was made with plant fibers that had been…………………… and then formed into sheets. Knowledge of the papermaking process arrived in Europe in the twelfth century

. …………………..that time, Europeans wrote on parchment



H / C / F / D

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