Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 6th 2015 Contents Cost of 900 square m = $8 100
Cost of 1 square m = $8 100 divided
Area of floor space of David's shop
Cost of 144 square m = $1 224
Cost of 1 square m = $1 224 divided
by 144 = $8.50
Answer: Haley's Dress Shop -
$9.00 per square m,
David's Shoe Shop -
$8.50 per square m
44. a. No. of pics from Port-of-Spain
to San Fernando = 9
No. of passengers from Port-of-
Spain to San Fernando monthly
No. of passengers from Port-of-
Spain to San Fernando yearly =
Answer: 21 600 passengers
b. Total no. of pics = 27
Total passenger =
Average passengers =
Answer: 1 800 passengers
45. Let cost of bread be b
Cost of carton of milk = $0.15 + b
Cost of box of cereal =
$0.60 + ($0.15 + b)
Total cost = ($0.15 + b) + b + [$0.60
+ ($0.15 + b)] = $35.70
3b/3 = $34.80/3
b = $11.60
Cost of milk = $0.15 + $11.60 = $11.75
Cost of cereal = $0.60 + $11.75 =
Answer: Cost of bread - $11.60,
Cost of carton of milk =
$11.75, cost of box of
cereal - $12.35
35%) = 25%
Measure of angle for trucks =
25/100 x 360/1 = 90 degrees
Answer: 90 degrees
b. 40/100 x 10000/1 = 4 000 litres
Answer: 4 000 litres
1. While performing, the singer (clap)
clapped her hand and danced.
2. The seed had (grow) grown into a
tall tree. (The Past Participle is
3. Many children had (shed) shed
some tears on attending school for
the last time. (Past Part.)
4. Charles (fling) flung his bag into a
corner as soon as he arrived home.
5. GRIEF Denise had grieved
bitterly when her dog
suddenly passed away.
6. NOTICE The huge dent in the car
was quite noticeable.
7. EXPLAIN Her explanation of the
accident seemed very
8. PASSION The protesters had
made a passionate plea
for some repairs to be
done to their roads.
9. After getting off the bus, Roger
and his friends ran off to see the
10. The little pups were eagerly fol-
lowing their mother around the
11. On leaving the airport, Shalini and
her sister hurriedly boarded the
taxi for home.
12. Out in the savanna, many groups
of children were getting ready to
participate in their annual Sports'
13. A small garage is annexed (to ;
against) our house.
14. People at the meeting were asked
to comment (about ; on) the sug-
gestions that were given.
15. The nurse was becoming impa-
tient (with ; towards) the rowdy
16. The protestors did not approve (of
; with) the plans to relocate them.
17. The mechanic assured Ms Daniel "I
will try to repaint your car by to-
18. The weather forecaster reminded
the television viewers, "You must
brace yourselves for worse
weather, next week."
19. "Will you be willing, this evening, to
accompany me to the match?"
Navin asked his close friend, David.
20. Mummy have advised us about
crossing the road correctly. (as) -
to agree with the third person,
singular form, "mummy".
21. It looks like if it will be a mostly
hot day, tomorrow. (as) - incorrect
22. It was him who had made the mis-
take. (he) -- "to be" carries the
same case before it as after it.
23. FREE Freedom of speech is
often a characteristic of a
country that has a
Government that is
elected by the citizens.
24. PERMIT The principal did not give
us permission to hold our
class party during school
25. ENTER The entrance to the
dilapidated building was
26. MIX The soil sample consisted
of a mixture of sand,
clay and humus.
27. Our class teacher has been pro-
moted to the position of Vice Prin-
28. The applicants for the vacant posi-
tion of Cashier were notified of the
date for the interview.
29. We had to pay for the tickets be-
forehand to ensure that we get
30. Citizens as well as visitors must
obey the laws of a country.
31. One fine day, as I was
walking in the park, I
met a friend whom I
hadn't seen for years.
32. Linda, Vashti, Ako and
Lee visited Disney Park
during the Easter vacation.
33.Mrs. Charles, our English
teacher, is a very
34. "Do you know where I
left my bookbag?" asked
35. My uncle Rickhi, who
lives in London, is a
very wealthy man.
36. Sunlight is the main factor respon-
sible for giving the ocean its blue
37. Sir Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman
is most likely from India.
38. (i). reflected - reproduced;
mirrored; replicated; returned
(ii). penetrates - pierces;
infiltrates; goes through;
(iii). scattered - spread; strewn
39. The re
d alga is the factor responsi-
ble for the colour of the Red Sea.
40. "How the Sea gets it Colour," or
"What makes the Sea Blue?" are
suitable titles for the passage.
41. Line 2, "As quiet as a mouse" and
Line 5, "There's no one ever sees
his face," suggest that Mr. Nobody
does not speak to or is seen by
42. The word "ajar," in verse two
means, "to be slightly or partly
43. The poet most likely calls the per-
son who is responsible for all the
activities "Mr. Nobody," because
when members of the family are
asked who is responsible for a mis-
chievous act they deny doing it,
therefore nobody has done it.
44. Mr. Nobody (not the real name of
someone in the family) is most
likely the member of the family
who has done a mischievous act.
45. "Mr. Nobody," is a suitable title for
46. You would most likely find infor-
mation about the different types
of pronouns on pages 34 and 35.
47. You would most likely find addi-
tional information about the differ-
ent types of adjectives on pages
27, 28 and 29.
48. The major use of adverbs in a sen-
tence is to describe or modify a
49. The topics are arranged in alpha-
betical order in the index.
50. "Nouns," most likely came first in
the book because it is listed on
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