Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 17th 2015 Contents 1. Most of the time, Mr. Paul repairs
our father's car.
2. Jumping high into the air, our
neighbour's dog, Simba can catch
any ball that is thrown at him.
3. If the weather permits, the Princi-
pal and Ms. Davis will take the
class on a most interesting field
trip, next week.
4. To most people, Mrs. Durham, our
next door neighbour, is the kind-
est person you will ever meet.
5. Mr. Daniel decided to explain the
problem, further because; for the
class could not understand it.
6. That is the man who I think will be
able to assist us.
7. Whenever ; When Mummy goes
to the market, she always buys
some delicious fruits for us.
8. Shivonne is the person to whom
we gave the birthday present, yes-
9. Call us before you leave home.
10. All but Ellen were already there.
11. Mitzy stood obediently before her
12. All the guests were asked to sit
13. Chloe and her brothers remarked
to their mother, "We have enjoyed
the party which you planned for
our aunt, yesterday".
14. Dr. Phillip's secretary assured Mrs-
Gomez, "The doctor will be able to
see you again on Thursday, next
15. Candace asked Julie, "Did you see
the new comedy on television, last
16. (Many ; Much) of the plums were
17. We saw (any ; both) of our
18. Only (few ; little) of the specta-
tors had left the grounds.
19. If we had found them only before,
it would have made a difference.
(If only) - Adverb is incorrectly
20. Suddenly, the champion racer past
the other cars to win the race.
(passed) - the Past tense of
"pass" is required here.
21. You, like the other students, has
the opportunity to improve your
performance. (have) - to agree
22. Nowadays, one must be extremely
careful when he is crossing the
road. (one) - " ne" as Subject is
followed by "one"
23. He decided to exit the room
through the door at the rear of the
24. Our school principal punished us
for our terrible conduct at assem-
bly this morning.
25. Our school's debating team was
not happy with the arrangements
made by the host team for the up-
26. Many of Sebastian Bach's compo-
sitions are still very popular today.
27. Many artists did not gain recogni-
tion for their work until long after
28. Father (through, threw) the clock
(through, threw) the window
when it alarmed this morning.
29. Our principal possesses strong
principles regarding our behaviour
30. It was difficult to apply the brakes
while the car was in the fourth
31. The judge named
his legal guardian.
32.ShantI, as well as her
cousin Tonya, plays
football forher school.
33.Lee, the oldest boy
in the class, is our
teacher's choice for
34. "You can't have
another piece of
chicken" , said mother.
35. These application forms
require us to fill in
our names, telephone
numbers, e-mail and
36. The boy compares the colour yel-
low to softness and warmth.
37. The boy uses all the human senses
except sight because he is blind
and cannot see the colours.
38. The boy uses the colour red to de-
scribe the sound of a musical in-
39. The boy describes dreams in the
poem as pleasant stillness.
40. The poem reflects a pleasant
41. The colours of stars can tell their
size, hotness and brilliance.
42. (i). indicate - tell; specify; show
(ii). brilliant - shiny; bright; radiant
(iii). related - associated;
43. The passage states that the
biggest stars are red in colour but
our sun is yellow.
44. The passage states that the
largest stars are cooler and the
smallest stars are hotter.
45. "Stars," or "Types of Stars," are
suitable titles for the passage.
46. Police has the most points in the
47. Three (3) points are most likely
awarded to a team when it wins a
48. If Crab Connection wins its next
match it would most likely have a
total of twenty-nine (29) points.
49. Phoenix and Crab Connection are
most likely to play each other.
50. If Phoenix wins its next match
there will not be a change in the
standing. (Three (3) additional
points added to its now thirty-
one (31) will neither meet nor
beat WASA's thirty-five (35)
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