Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 20th 2015 Contents 46. a. Fraction spent in year 1 =
Percent spent in year 1 =
$15000/$75000 x 100/1 % = 20%
Fraction spent in year 2 =
Percent spent in year 2 =
$25000/$75000 x 100/1 % =
Answer: year 1 - 20%,
= $35 000
Answer: $35 000.00
1. They (enquire) enquired whether
the weather was (go) going to be
fine during the week- end.
2. The cyclists had (ride) ridden a
long distance to (reach) reach
3. The cricketer (strike) struck a cen-
tury before he was (bowl) bowled
4. If she (know) known about it be-
fore, then she could have (do)
done something about it.
5. Many of her friends live near to
the school. (Pro.)
6. Most children love ice cream.
7. The animals were performing
many exciting tricks in their cage.
8. All were anxious to go to the
-ity ; -ize They had to
tranquilize the lion to
-age ; -ing There was a four hour
stoppage because of
-ers ; -ees This company has
more than three
-dom ; -ing The movie was so
boring that we left
before the end.
13. Our Uncle seldom gets angry with
14. You should listen attentively if you
wish to appreciate good music.
15. The hunters steadily approached
16. collect Mr. Davis is a keen
collector of butterflies.
Although he is
eighteen years old,
he is still boyish in his
18. knowledge The chairman had
acknowledged him as
the past Principal of
the school. (Verb)
19. One of the boys who was here is
the captain of our football team.
20. One must be careful when you are
walking close to a newly painted
21. Ms. Stacey told Kevin that he had
done the art piece real good. (re-
22. Being the weather has improved,
we can now continue playing.
23. The President's residence is being
24. Whether the sun shines or the rain
falls, the postman always brings
25. The Safety Warden warned us to
use the stairs rather than the ele-
vator when there is a fire or bomb
scare in a building.
26. The passengers were notified
about the bus' departure over the
public address system.
27. Emancipation Day is now a public
holiday in Trinidad and Tobago.
28. Mona was rewarded by our
teacher for demonstrating im-
provements in her class assign-
29. APPEAR - disappear
30. HEALTHY - unhealthy
31. "Will you be visiting
us on Sunday?" asked
crocodiles and alligators
belong to the group of
animals called Reptiles.
33. "Who goes there!"
the guard exclaimed.
34.Men's wallets and
ladies' handbags are
on sale in the mall
35. Andre, the student who
scored the highest in
our school's Spelling
Quiz , was selected to
represent our school
in the "National
Spelling B" contest
36. According to information given in
the poem, dedication is the key to
37. The use of the word "Anonymous"
suggests that the poet (person
who wrote the poem) is not
known (did not use or sign his/her
38. Lines 3 and 4, "Has its ups and its
downs, its smiles and its frowns",
suggest that in life there are both
good and bad experiences.
39. The poet advises us to "believe in
ourselves" in order to achieve suc-
40. The main theme or idea in the
poem is most likely the advice
given (believe in oneself or that
you can do whatever it takes) to
succeed in whatever you are doing
or to realize your life dreams.
41. The game of cricket is a popular
team sport in England and the
countries belonging to the British
Commonwealth (West Indies,
Australia, New Zealand, India, Pak-
istan, Sri Lanka and some coun-
tries in Africa.).
42. The second paragraph of the pas-
sage describes how the game of
cricket is played and the instru-
ments that are used in the game.
43. The word "infringement" as it is
used in Line 4, Paragraph 3 most
likely refers to the bowler "break-
ing" one of the rules of the game.
44. The umpire ensures that players
observe the rules of the game.
45. There are thirteen players (two
batsmen and eleven fielders) on
the cricket field during a cricket
46. Michael Singh is the author of the
47. A student would most likely find
information about how to conduct
an experiment in a Science labora-
tory in Chapter 8
48. Information about the human
body would most likely be found
under the heading, "Vertebrates --
Animals with backbones and
49. You would most likely find infor-
mation about the dangers of using
a mobile (cellular) phone in Chap-
ter 14, "Communication Technol-
ogy -- Computers and Telephones."
50. The definition or an explanation
for a new or difficult word used in
the textbook would most likely be
found in the Glossary.
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