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42. a. Reflex angle
b. x = 360 degrees -- (90 degrees +
45 degrees) = 225 degrees
Answer: 225 degrees
44. a. No. of marbles John got =
20/100 x 150/1 = 30
Answer: 30 marbles
b. % of marbles his sister got =
Amount of marbles his sister
got = 30/100 x 150/1 = 45
Answer: 45 marbles
45. Total cost of cinema = 7 x $25 = $175
Total cost of lunch = 9 x $30.50 =
Total cost = $175 + $274.50 =
46. Profit = $600 -- $480 = $120
Profit % = profit/original x 100/1 % =
$120/$480 x 100/1 % = 25%
(i) Bananas and plums are delicious
(ii) They missed the bus because they
(iii) While you were sleeping, Mummy
did some housework.
(iv) We had not seen them since they
visited us some time, ago.
(v) They will serve either juice or soft
drinks at the party.
1. IF;AS Ifyoureaditafewtimes,
you'll probably understand it bet-
2. AFTER ; ALTHOUGH The teams
decided to play although it was
3. BUT ; WITH She put the plums
with the other fruits into a large
4. IF ; BECAUSE If we had more
time, we would have finished the
5. WHEN ; UNTIL They could not
remember when the accident had
1. The swimmers continued swim-
ming around the pool until (al-
though) they became tired.
2. Although the street was deserted,
Mary was not afraid to walk home,
3. David is my tall brother but I am
taller than my cousin, Evan.
4. If I knew that you were visiting us,
today, I would have made a
5. After Lindsay had eaten all her
food, she enjoyed a long drink of
(i) Yesterday at the grocery Mummy
and I met Ms. Gomez who used to
be our next door neighbor.
(ii) This is the same person who as-
sisted us when our car stalled re-
cently on the highway.
(iii) That doctor who attends to my
family has his office on Main
(iv) Those men are lifeguards who pa-
trol the beach every day.
(v) Dwayne who is an excellent foot-
baller, is also a very good cricketer.
(i) Everyday, our class exercises in the
gym that is situated next to our
(ii) The vendor had displayed his pro-
duce on a large counter that occu-
pied a large space inside the stall.
(iii) The bathers have gathered on the
beach which is one of the most
popular ones in Trinidad.
(iv) That woman is the same person
that gave us shelter at her home
during the sudden shower.
(v) The ice cream which had been
served to all at the party was just
(i) That girl whom you saw in the
park yesterday, is my sister.
(ii) The snacks were shared among all
the children whom Sharon had in-
vited to her party.
(iii) The cyclist to whom the organiz-
ers had presented an award, had
excelled in the race.
(iv) The man whom the firemen had
rescued from the fire, was living
alone in the house.
(v) This person at whom you were
looking yesterday, is our favorite
(i) Gary went to visit his friend
whose home is in Cunupia.
(ii) Mrs. Lewis, whose flower garden
is extraordinary, is our neighbor.
(iii) Some friends have planned a most
exciting birthday party for Ellie
whose birthday is next Thursday.
(iv) Gary, whose homework is due on
Monday, has not completed it, as
(v) That man whose car was involved
in a recent accident, is my uncle.
Spelling & Vocabulary:
1. The builder told us that he had
completed phase one of the proj-
2. A person who collects stamps is
called a Philatelist.
3. A xylophone is a very difficult mu-
sical instrument to play.
"I will like to become a pharmacist
when I grow up," said Marcy.
5. Aqua-phobia is a term used to de-
scribe the intense fear of water.
6. I enjoyed studying philosophy at
7. Marc was unable to copy the docu-
ment because the photocopier
8. Photography is one of the most
common hobbies among students
in my class.
9. Chlorophyll is the green substance
found in most plants that gives
leaves their colour.
10. Plants produce food by a process
"London is the capital
of England," said Jenny.
"When is your school
reopening in the new
term?" asked father.
"You'll be punished if
you come to school
late again!" our
"I've done everything I
can but Ican't reach
to school before eight
o'clock," said Sue.
"Are you having a
birthday party this
year?" Pete asked.
6. I have recently read
two books, "Kidnapped"
by R.L.Stevenson and
"Robinson Crusoe" by
7. The movie, "Spiderman
II" , was packed with
8. Lee has nicknamed our
school's security guard,
9. Ako's pen and Sita's
textbook are on the
10.Rani's pet cat was
chased by the
1. The material that makes up the
skeleton of a shark is called carti-
2. The nose and the ear are parts of
the human body that are made up
of the same material as the shark's
3. Both sharks and other fish breathe
through gills situated near their
4. (i). Unlike bony fish sharks have
(ii). Most sharks unlike bony fish
give birth to young that
5. "A World of Sharks," is a suitable
title for the passage. (Students
will give other acceptable titles)
6. (a). constitutes - makes up
(b). adequate - enough; sufficient
(c). essential - necessary
(d). generous - good; large; big
(e). benefit - advantage; gain
7. "Consumer" most likely refers to
the people who use or eat the
8. Rice is not considered an adequate
diet by itself because it does not
provide the human bodies with all
that it needs to function properly.
9. Vegetable is the food group which
can most likely supply the human
body with vitamins.
10. "A Proper Diet," is a suitable title
for the passage. (Students will
give other acceptable titles)
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