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Answer: 130 books
c. History books
41. Cost of 23 Adult tickets =
Cost of 17 children's tickets =
Total cost =
Answer: $1 460.00
42. a. No. of people on maxi =
Answer: 12 people
b. Fraction came off maxi =
2/12 = 1/6
c. No. of people left =
Fraction left = 6/12 = 1/2
44. a. Answer:
Answer: 64 square units
45. a. Selling price (SP) of 1 toy =
Cost price (CP) + profit =
Answer: $3 000.00
Answer: 62 children
Answer: 160 children
c. Answer: Fish
1. Several ripe mangoes had fallen to
the ground. (Adjective)
2. Unless you explain this problem
some more, we may not be able to
solve it. (Conjunction)
3. Look above and tell me what you
think about that beautiful scene.
4. Debbie found it very difficult to
hide her disappointment. (Noun --
5. For Sandra's birthday, in the previ-
ous week, her close friends had
held a well organized party for her.
6. The hard working fishermen are
daily catching many fishes.
7. Their teacher had instructed the
children to bring some craft mate-
rials to school for the next day.
8. Every weekend, Jessie usually
plays her favorite game, hockey.
9. The dog stood before the man for
quite a long time, (Preposition)
10. The guests were seated around a
large table. (Preposition)
11. "We'll see you around", said Daddy
to our friends. (Adverb)
12. All visitors were told to drive up on
reaching the main gate of the com-
13. The stores in most malls offered
customers many sales for the
14. Carnival in Trinidad, this year, will
be celebrated on the 16th and 17th
of February. (Or, This year, in
15. Each year, our neighbours give us
many juicy, ripe mangoes from
their huge tree.
16. She smiled today (happy) happier
17. This girl dances (graceful) most
gracefully of all.
18. Since the accident, Marvin drives
(cautious) more cautiously, today.
19. The poinsettia, one of our local
flowers which is known for their
beauty, is quite popular at Christ-
mas time. (_____________)
20. Every day, the gang of prisoners
are seen working in their veg-
etable garden. (is) -- to agree with
21. Sometimes, my family loves to
look at the moon and stars. (the
stars) -- to show that they are
22. Kevin's shirt is definitely more
colourful that Peter. (Peter's) ---
meaning "Peter's shirt"
23. Cindy volunteered to read to the
pre-schoolers at the public library.
24. The trick the magician is attempt-
ing is impossible.
25. Because I'm the youngest at home,
no one listens to what I say.
26. Our parents organised a calypso
competition to raise funds for our
field trip to the zoo.
27. Every student received an invita-
tion to the fund raising event.
28. Our parents demanded that we
display our best behaviour at the
29. A special monument was erected
in our school yard in memory of
the teacher who died while saving
two students from drowning..
30. When the aeroplane had ascended
to an appropriate altitude, the pilot
increased its speed.
31. Michael, like his cousin
Anthony, plays football
for our school.
32.Mr. Akono, the African
doctor, wrote a book
on medecinal herbs
used in Africa.
33.The pictures in my
animal book included
dogs, cats, rabbits and
34. "I'll be home for
Carnival, " Susie said.
35.The facial features
of the goat included
a pair of brown eyes,
a white forehead patch,
a pair of long ears
and a long beard.
36. The French phrase "Demarche
Gras" when translated to English
means "Fat" or "Great" Sunday."
37. The major Carnival titles at stake
in the Demarche Gras show are
the Calypso Monarch, Carnival
King and Queen Costumes.
38. Young children (including stu-
dents) most likely compete in the
"Junior Calypso Monarch" competi-
39. "Jouvert" activities usually take
place on Carnival Monday (morn-
40. The phrase "Demarche Gras show
attracts tourists from foreign
countries," suggests that the "De-
marche Gras" show earns foreign
currency for Trinidad and Tobago.
41. Line 2, "and they are watching
night and day," suggests that the
child observing his idol does so at
42. The poet was most likely referring
to a lad's (young boy's) in the
phrase, "little fellow's"(Line 9).
43. "Trust", is being described in line
12, "no suspicions ever rise".
44. The little fellow's idol is most likely
his father or teacher.
45. "Eyes are upon you" or "My Idol"
are suitable title for the poem.
46. Harry and Susan Paul most likely
have three grandchildren.
47. Peter is most likely Maya's father.
48. Tai's surname is most likely Lee.
49. Jean Paul most likely has two
50. Maya and Tai are cousins.
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