Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : June 12th 2015 Contents Answer: 228 metres
Cost to fence 228 m =
Answer: $3 420.00
44. Let the number of horses be h
Answer: 8 horses, 24 cows and
Amount of salt for 1 ml = 1 divided by
28 = 1/28
Amount of salt for 560 ml =
Answer: 20 grams of salt
Length of 6 sides =
Answer: 360 cm
(a) The squirrel had jumped across
the branch. (Subj.)
(b) We found the guests sitting in the
(c) My brother and I will assist our
neighbour, tomorrow. (Subj.)
(d) Isn't it Mary who is our school's
netball captain? (Subj.)
(e) Our grandparents were sitting be-
hind my parents and me. (Obj.)
(f) It was those people who were at
the function. (Subj.)
(g) Jeanine is a better tennis player
than my sister, Jannette. (Obj.)
(h) Don't you know that Mr. Jones,
our Principal lives near to our
(a) Mrs. Davies owns three beautiful
(b) My sister and I (We) are accom-
panying Mariella to the movies, to-
(c) Daddy paid the plumber (him)
after he had completed the repairs.
(d) Sherrie shared the cake between
Natasha and me (us).
(e) The vendor handed the huge
bunch of flowers (it) to the cus-
(f) All the guests (They) were seated
in the large room.
(g) There, amidst the heavy traffic,
our friend, Carl (he) was helping
an elderly woman to cross the
(h) Don't you know that Pigeon Point
(it) is one of the popular beaches
(i) Is it (her ; she) who borrowed your
(ii) It was (we ; us) who won the
match at school, last week.
(iii) Wasn't it (me ; I ) who gave you
that present for your birthday?
(iv) It is (he; him) whom we met ,this
(v) Isn't it (them; they) who will visit
us during the weekend?
(a) That game belongs to us. It is (his;
(b) Ms. Selvon gave them the tickets.
The tickets are (theirs; ours).
(c) Your blouse is on the rack but my
blouse (yours; mine) is in the
(d) You can eat all your cake, now but
we'll eat some of our cake (theirs;
(e) His performance was very good
but her performance (his; hers)
(I) Which is the sweeter piece of wa-
(ii) What are you giving her?
(iii) Who is coming tomorrow?
(iv) Who is this person?
(v) For whom/what are you search-
(vi) What is happening this afternoon?
(vii) To whom are you sending this
(viii) Whose ball is this?
(1) The boys, here (Those; These) are
(2) The girl, over there (This; That) is
my close friend.
(3) Don't you think that the mangoes,
over there (these; those) are
(4) The building, here, (That; This) is
the highest building on our street.
1. In Trinidad and Tobago the new
school year begins in Sectember.
2. Heidi was very embarrassed when
her shoe heel broke off as she
crossed the stage to recieve her
3. It is very difficult to calculate the
height of a three in the forest. tree
4. Our Science labatory is presently
undergoing major repairs. labora-
5. Sita admited that she had deliber-
ately omitted our comments from
the minutes of the meeting. ad-
6. The mischievous boy rang the
doorbell ceaselessly to get the at-
tention of the occupants of the
house and then ran away. inces-
santly; continually; constantly;
7. Countries in the Caribbean, Central
and South Americas need to form
a union if they want to win the
war against drug trafficking. asso-
ciation; coalition; agreement;
8. In vain Marcus tried to encourage
me to climb the tall tree in his
backyard. persuade; convince;
9. The hikers were worn out after
the long trek over the Northern
Range. tired; exhausted; fatigued
10. Virgil and Ravi wasted their entire
allowances on video games and
had no money to buy lunch. squan-
NOTE: The synonyms and or meanings
given may not be the only ones.
Students may give responses
that are not listed.
11. "Stop right there!" the
12. "When will you be
back?" asked mother.
13. The blackbirds built
a nest in the pine
tree next to my home.
14. "Watch your steps!"
our guide shouted.
15. "What is your name?"
the policeman asked
the lost child.
16. (a). inflicted - cause to happen to;
(b). inability - not able to or
cannot to something;
incapable of doing; failure to do
(c). secrete - produce; make;
exude or give off
17. The phrase "was believed" (Sen-
tence 1) means considered or ac-
cepted as being true or factual.
18. The word "regulates (Sentence 4)
can be replaced by the word "con-
trols" without changing the mean-
ing of the sentence in which it is
19. The phrase, "soft, flexible tissue,"
20. The word "breathe" can be re-
placed with the word "respire."
21. The word "material" as used in
the passage means substance or
matter (something is made of).
22. The phrase, "the leaves hang
trembling" (Line 3), most likely is
describing the movement of the
leaves when the wind was passing
23. The phrase, "the trees bow down
their heads" (Lines 7 & 8), is de-
scribing or telling us how the top
of the trees looked like when the
wind was passing through them.
24. The two phrases, "the wind is
passing through" (Line 4); and,
"the wind is passing by,"(Line 9)
tell us that the wind is blowing or
that the wind is present.
25. The phrase, "Neither you nor I"
(Line 2), describes the poet or per-
son speaking and everybody else,
that is, all the people in the world.
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