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1. I n it your turn, today?
2. We d love to visit them, during the
3. A en hey accompanying us to
. She on be playing on the team,
Seth was popular for
his boyi h looks.
(Adjec i e)
The children were
ene their library
cards. (Ve b)
7. SECURE The large door was
ec ely fastened
with two bolts.
(Ad e b)
8. REDUCE There was a massive
ed c ion in prices
during the sale.
9. That girl to
hom I am
whom ; who
pointing is my older sister.
1 . Do
any of you recognize
any ; somebody
11. Mo of the eggs were
Any ; Most
used in making the cake.
12. This is the bus by hich we
that ; which
traveled to school, this morning.
13. We were so disappointed in the
team's performance for the finals.
1 . To be healthy, we must always
guard again germs.
15. It is always wise to associate
i h kind persons.
16. The tall tree ng a k a dly
(lazy ; awkward)
17. The victorious team an
e ci edly
(excited ; sluggish)
18. The fisherman ied the ropes
igh ly to the post to
(loose ; tight)
secure his boat.
19. I coughed so m ch times yester-
day that I thought I had the cold.
(many) -- o ag ee i h " ime "
2 . Our dog bites i tail too often.
(i ) -- o ag ee i h " ime "
21. Gail's mother gave us not only
muffins b some scrumptious
cookies. (b al o) -- o indica e
ome hing e a a gi en
22. "Pass the ball q ickly, said Tony, "I
want to have a shot at the goal"
23. It was very difficult for the group
to come to a deci ion since each
member seemed to have a differ-
ent opinion about the matter.
2 . The lioness displayed her ho ili y
when we tried to touch her cubs.
25. Many people do not know how to
ope a e a portable fire e tin-
guisher. e; con ol; o k; ma-
26. Mark and Sheila were nominated
by their classmates to take part in
the "Spelling B" competition.
named; p opo ed; p fo a d;
ecommended; de igna ed; e-
27. An agreement was sighed by
Caribbean countries to p cha e
products from each other.
b y; p oc e; ob ain
28. Mike tripped on the elefone cord
and damaged his ankle. elephone
29. It has proven a very difficult task
to try to epe a e oil and water.
epa a e
3 . The children benefitted from he e
visit to the industrial park. hei
31. "I've been had!" the
thief e claimed.
32. "Who's coming to my
birthday party?" Mary
bodi and peppers are
usually cheap at this
time of the year.
3 .I read the book "Tom
Sawyer" during the
35.Lisa went to bed at
ten o' clock last night;
her brother Paul went
to bed even later.
36. a icle
- items; products
- maintain; continue;
keep up; uphold;
prolong; carry on;
38. eady pply - availability;
of find; ease of
39. A colony is a community where an
individual or group is responsible
for a specific task or activity.
. The phrase "di i ion of labo "
most likely means that all the
work to be done in a group or com-
munity is divided among the
group's or community's members.
1. The writer most likely meant that
the " oldie " in the ant colony
are performing their duty as
guards or protectors of the
colony from intruders.
2. The poet compared Trinidad to
the Garden of Eden (a a ed in
3. The ca le glo y mentioned in
Line 5 is most likely the ower of
the immortelle plant.
. The poet most likely referred to
the sugar cane plantations as
a ing because the when the
wind (b eeze) passes through
the sugar plantation the leaves
appear to move like human hands
that are waving.
5. The poet most likely described
Trinidad as hi f ag an i land
due to the amount of owers
( hich a e ppo ed o be
ee melling) present on the
6. The poem re ects a very pleas-
ant ( e ene, peacef l) feeling.
7. (a). Tina was reading a book and
had started doing her home
work while Lee was at Cub
(b). The two activities took place
on Saturday morning.
8. Tina spent two hours more than
Lee doing homework.
9. (a). Going o ch ch is most
likely an activity that the
family does together.
(b). The activity usually takes
place on Sundays.
5 . Driving her younger sister to a
friend's home suggests that Tina
is the eldest sibling.
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