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1. Her (Obj. Pronoun)
2. Them (Obj. Pronoun -- Plural)
3. We (Subject Pronoun)
4. Us (Obj. Pronoun)
9. flung (Past Tense)
10. laid (Past Participle)
11. wound (Past Tense)
12. arisen (Past Participle)
13. This morning, a variety of vegetables
and fruits have been brought to the
market by the vendors.
14. The clothes had been wrung and then
put on the line to dry by the woman.
15. The horse was ridden to the winning
line by the popular jockey.
16. Sure and (to).
17. This kind; (these kinds) 'bananas' is
18. hasn't; (has) --to avoid the use of two
19. kittens; (the kittens) -- shows that
it is another plural part of the Subject.
20. The clerk... man that he had an ap-
pointment at 9 a.m. sharp on Wednes-
day of the following week.
21. The tourists.... whether he/she could
give them the directions to Pigeon
22. The workmen.... that they would be
unable to work unless their safety
23. The television monitors in the airport
showed the arrivals and departures of
flights from and to destinations in the
24. Michael's parents scolded him for his
poor performance on the Mathemat-
25. Fruits and vegetables are usually
abundant during the dry season in the
26. The students were asked to assemble
in the auditorium for the principal's
27. The Scouts' need assistance to raise
money for their upcoming camp.
28. The speaker acknowledged the minis-
ter's presents at the dinner.
29. The fire that destroyed our school's
cafeteria was caused by lightening.
30. The church's foundation was con-
structed with concrete and mettle.
31. She's the fastest
swimmer I've ever met.
32. Mr. King, the old man
who lives next-door to
World War II.
33. "Be careful, that branch
is very supple!"Martha
34. "Have you finished
eating your dinner?"
35. Marc, as well as his
brother Che, plays
football, cricket, chess
and volleyball very well.
36. "Exhausted" is a word similar in mean-
ing to depleted. (NB. Minimal; low; in
short supply; at a low level; short can
also be used)
37. The increase in the temperature of
the earth's atmosphere was caused
by the burning of petroleum products
such as fuel by factories, cars and
38. The sentence, "In fact, there will be
more storms, hurricanes and
droughts," tells us that there would be
an increase in natural disasters if the
earth warms up more.
39. When the writer said that the Tropics
could become like the Sahara desert,
she most likely meant that the pres-
ent landscape could look more like the
Sahara desert which does not have
much trees or water.
40. "A Changing Earth," is a suitable title
for the passage. (NB. Students may
offer other appropriate titles)
41. The line that suggests that Jemima
was not always a naughty girl is,
"When she was good, she was very,
very good," (line 3).
42. The line that suggests that Jemima
had brothers is, "Her mother heard the
noise and thought it was the boys,"
43. Jemima's mother was preparing a
meal (cooking) when Jemima went
44. Line 9, "Her mother heard the noise,
and thought it was the boys," tells us
that Jemima's mother was mistaken
about who was making the noise.
45. The line, "She rebuked her daughter
most emphatic," most likely means
that Jemima was severely punished.
46. There are three (3) educational pro-
grammes shown on TV TODAY.
47. Mr. Juan can view two (2) movies
shown because they have Spanish
48. You would most likely hear an address
to the nation made by the Prime Min-
ister on the "Government Pro-
49. You would most likely get some tips
on how to repair a broken tap in your
bathroom on, "The Home Repair
50. You would most likely get detailed
information on events taken place in
the community on, "Community
News, Views and Interviews."
length of side (s) x length of side (s)
Answer: 25 cm
Answer: 125.2 kg
Square root of 64 x square root of 144 =
36. Mean = total/no.
Total of 5 = 5 x 86 = 430 (cross multiply)
37. 360 degrees -- (90 degrees + 90 degrees +
30 degrees) = 150 degrees
Answer: 150 degrees
38. 32/100 x 360/1 degrees = 115 1/5 degrees
Answer: 115 1/5 degrees
Answer: 99 students
Total of 6 = 6 x 73 = 438 (cross multiply)
Total of 7 = 7 x 75 = 525 (cross multiply)
Difference = 525 -- 438 = 87
43. Cost of 2 1/2 kg of plantains =
Cost of 4 kg of tomatoes =
Total cost =
Change from $200 =
$200 -- $148 = $52
Cost to tile 1 square m = $25.50
Cost to tile 352 square m =
$25.50 x 352 = $8 976
Answer: $8 976.00
45. WORK BACKWARDS
$89.50 -- $5.50 -- $24 = $60
Amount of kg in $60 =
$60 divided by $12 = 5
Answer: 5 kg
46. Amount of seats in 6 rows =
Amount collected for VIP =
Amount of seats in next 17 (23-6) rows =
Amount collected for the remaining seats
Total amount collected =
Answer: $52 000.00
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