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44. Distance travelled in 5 hrs =
Distance travelled in 1 hr =
310 km divided by 5 = 310/5 km
Distance travelled in 8 hrs =
Answer: 496 kilometres
45. Ayanna : Brianna
No. of pages Brianna read =
1/6 x 1902/1 = 317
Answer: 317 pages
FREQUENCY TABLE OF AGES OF PEO-
PLE WHO VISIT AN ART EXHIBITION
NO. OF PEOPLE FREQUENCY
1. Raymond had (hold) held the in-
jured bird in his hand when he
(see) saw that it was injured.
2. The heavy winds that (blow) blew
this morning have (break) broken
the thin branches.
2. Bovell, the champion had (swim)
swum the 100 metres race very
fast as he (seek) sought to break
the national record.
4. Maggie carefully (grind) ground
the meat that she had (buy)
bought in the grocery.
5. Are you not (Aren't you) going by
our grandmother's, this week end?
6. You must not give up too easily
(You mustn't) if you wish to be a
7. Everyone knows that she has
(she's) a sweet tooth.
8. They would (They'd) help us if
9. Marlene had succeeded because
of her intelligence.
10. Our Grandmother told us about
11. On hearing the scores, we were
12. The workers left the office at four
13. Gabrielle spread the peanut butter
on her toast. (Transitive)
14. My pet loves chasing after a ten-
nis ball. (Intrans.)
15. The children helped to blow the
balloons for the party. (Intrans.)
16. During the game, most of the chil-
dren had climbed the tree. (Tran-
16. Many (passer by) passers by
stopped to look at the accident.
18. After a half an hour, the passen-
gers had received their (luggage)
luggage. (same word)
19. Our (sister in law) sisters in law
are very helpful to us.
20. They past me on the way to the
beach. (passed) - incorrect word.
21. Were you please with the gifts
you received? (pleased) - the ad-
jective form is needed, here.
22. Each of the passengers were
given a food voucher. (was) - to
agree with "each one"
23. The athlete from St. Lucia won the
24. When we heard that the streets
were flooded, we immediately oc-
cupied the highest floor in the
25. During the rainy season, the rain
seems to fall incessantly during
26. harmless - harmful
27. merciful - merciless
28. Before we ran the marathon, our
coach gave us some advice.
29. My parents forgot to purchase the
stationery I need for the start of
the new school year.
30. The hound dogs were unable to
follow the scent of the deer.
32. "Where are my boots?"
33. "You are not permitted
to go to Tina's party. "
34. "Pass the ball to Lee, "
our coach shouted, "he
has an opportunity to
score a goal."
35. "Hurrah!" the crowd
exclaimed when the
young Poran hit the
ball for a six.
36. (a) Line 6, 'And all alone went
she', tells us that Mary went
on her errand unaccompanied.
(b) The phrase 'wild and dank'
suggests that the wind was
raging and chilly.
37. (a) The "Dee" was most likely the
name of the sea.
(b) The phrase "hid the land"
suggests that it had covered
38. Mary had most likely drowned in
39. The "boatmen" were most likely
40. The poem has a sad mood.
41. (i). debated - discussed; argued
(ii). category - group; class
(iii). phenomenon - event;
42. Man may not be considered to be
a social animal because his physi-
cal structures are not specifically
adapted to match the functions he
performs in society.
43. The physical structures or body
parts of "social" animals are spe-
cially adapted to carry out specific
44. Man can choose or opt to carry
out any function or duty in the so-
ciety in which he lives.
45. "Social animals", is a suitable title
for the passage. (Students may give
other plausible titles)
46. Peter's surname would most likely
47. Winston and Jean Holder have
48. Peter and Anton are cousins.
49. Paul is Kwesi's grandfather.
50. Tara's surname was most likely
Holder before she was married.
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