Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : November 6th 2015 Contents 43. Loss = 20/100 x $618/1 = $123.60
SP = $618 -- $123.60 = $494.40
44. Rachael's age = 12 yrs =
4 x Deborah's age
12/4 = 4/4 x Deborah's age
3 yrs = Deborah's age
Deborah: 10 yrs -- 3 yrs =
7 yrs from now
Answer: 19 years old
Total wage = $600 + $180 = $780
1. Our class (has; have) already vis-
ited the Museum.
2. Just call me if any one of you
(want; wants) some assistance.
3. Neither the pineapple nor the
mangoes (is; are) in the bag.
4. Cheryl, along with her two broth-
ers (has; have) already left for
5. Each week, our school's football
team plays two games.
6. A few boys had assisted the eld-
erly woman in changing a t re in
7. Tomorrow, the school's coach will
teach Daryl and his sister how to
play table tennis.
8. You must be very careful when
you drive on a bumpy road.
9. The sudden, loud thunder had
caught us by surprise.
10. Daisy's kitten is so playful that he
romps for the whole day.
11. The obstinate driver refused to lis-
ten to the policeman's instructions.
12. RISE The children had risen
long before seven a.m. to
go to the beach.
13. CUT My sister injured her
finger while cutting the
14. SWEAR The witness had sworn
to tell the truth.
15. RING The lunch bell is usually
rung at half past eleven.
16. (Unless; Although) it was a bit ex-
pensive, Mummy still bought two
kilos of sorrel.
17. My family loves to visit Pigeon
Point (whenever; wherever) we
travel to Tobago.
18 Ms. Samuel's appointment was
postponed (until; because) the
doctor had an emergency
19. Tomorrow, my friend will inform
me (if; unless) she will still be vis-
20. The design on those exquisite
dresses were done quite skilfully.
(was) - to agree with "design"
21 She, I recognise, but who are you?
(Her) - The Object Pronoun is
22. They'll not arrive on time because
they are walking too slow.
(slowly) - The Adverb is required
23. During our flight from Tobago, we
saw the vast expanse of the Ca-
roni Swamp. spread; span; area
24. On hearing the news about his
brother's accident, Martin left the
room in haste. hurriedly; quickly;
25. JUDGEMENT - decision passed
down by a judge or the court
26. COLOURLESS - having no colour like
27. The veterinarian informed me that
my dog had descended from a rare
(breed, breathe) of wolves.
28. Ravi, our class prefect, was elected
to the school's Students' (Council,
29. It's amazing how the temperature
of desserts can get extremely cold
at nights. deserts
30. Hoarses played an important role
in early transportation. horses
31. Roger's aunt was
appointed his guardian
during his parents'
32.Eric, as well as his
brother Kyle, plays
football for ourschool.
33. Ravi, the captain of
our cricket team, was
the students' choice
for class prefect.
34. "Would you like
another piece of
cake?" asked mother.
35. These application forms
require us to fill in our
telephone numbers and
36. (a) The poet has not seen the
sunrise because at that time
she is sleeping.
(b) The poet stated that "the
sands of slumber" were in his
eyes so they couldn't stay open.
37. (a) The word "sleep" can be used
instead of slumber in line 3.
(b) drowsy - sleepy; dozy;
38. A child is most likely saying the
39. The poet most likely means that
the sun dries up the leaves turning
them gold or red.
40. The line, "And stoops to drink the
seas," most likely means that the
sun dries up water in the seas. (An-
other explanation is that the sun
causes the water to evaporate from
41. (a) Temperature means the
degree of heat or coldness of a
place or thing.
(b) A thermometer is the special
instrument used to measure
the temperatures of people
42. (a) Thermometers are also called
(b). Clinical thermometers may be
used by nurses and doctors to
measure the temperatures of
43. Mercury and alcohol are used in
thermometers to illustrate the
level of the readings
44. A student in the United States
would most likely used the Fahren-
heit scale of 212 F to measure the
boiling point of water.
45. "Thermometers" is a suitable title
for the passage. ("Measuring tem-
peratures" is another suitable title).
Students may also give other suit-
46. (a) The park is situated between
First and North Streets.
(b) People may enter the park
from three (Frank, North and
47. (a) Lisa most likely lives closest to
(b) Joy may take the least time to
walk to the grocery.
48. (a) Ravi most likely walks the
shortest distance from his
home to get to the post office
(b) The post office is situated
east of the hospital.
49. Frank Street is most likely the
main street because all the major
buildings (businesses) are situated
50. 'Tantie' most likely operated her
café at the particular location in
order to serve the people using the
school, hospital and main street
The length of
AB in the diagram
item 38 of Wednes-
day's SEA Test was
out. We apologise
for this error and
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