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36. No. of pizzas in 1 piece = 1/8
No. of pizzas in 19 pieces =
Answer: 2 3/8 pizzas
10/8 x 1000m/1 =
Answer: 1 250 metres
38. Square, Octagon
Name of polygon Regular Not regular
Name of polygon Regular Not regular
b. Hexagon No
c. Octagon Yes
b. Four faces
c. Six edges
d. Four vertices
42. a. 16 units approximately
44. 1/2 of 2/5 the students =
Answer: Std. 5 boys form 1/5 of the
students of the school
45. hrs mins s
8 61 75 =9hrs1min75s
Answer: 9 hrs 2 mins 15 s
Table Showing the Scores
of a Science Test
1. Peter, together with his friends
(plays; play) football for our
2. The younger of my two sisters
(has; have) gone to visit her
3. Either the mango or the plums (is;
4. Twenty dollars (is; are) the cost of
5. The beautiful models exquisitely
displayed the well designed
6. The children walked excitedly to
the savannah to play their
7. The guests _gratefully_ thanked
the host for his generous dinner in-
8. All of the top five athletes
_ steadily _ progressed towards
the finish line.
9. (Either; Both) were expected to
compete in the competition.
10. As a secretary, she spends (more;
little) of her day on the computer.
11. Only a (few; several) of the tickets
for the popular concert was left.
12. If you meet (most; any) of my
friends, can you please remind
them about my party?
13. Daddy (spread) spread some but-
ter on his toast before eating it.
14. The earthquake (shake) shook
most of the houses on the street.
15. The bandit (flee) fled from the
scene before the police arrived.
16 Their mango tree (bear) bore
many juicy fruits last month.
17. JUST The prisoner had to
justify his actions
in the court.
18. IDOL The singer was idolized
as a role model.
19. LEAD The trickster had
mislead a few people
into giving him a sizable
amount of money.
20. Each of the footballers was wear-
ing their new jersey (his/her --
"each" is always followed by a
singular possessive adjective)
21. Being that it was raining heavily,
the teams decided to play another
day. (Since) - incorrect expression
22. She and are very good friends.
(I) -- The subject pronoun is
23. victory - conquest; triumph; win
24. destruction - ruin; devastation;
25. looting - stealing; raiding; theft;
26. to normalcy - regularity; as usual
31. "Who goes there?" the
32. "Go to your seats, "
our teacher exclaimed,
"and take out your
Mathematics textbook. "
33. "Why were you late
for school this
morning?" our principal
34. "We love to play in
the rain, " said the
35. "How many seats are
empty in the front
row?" father asked
36. The wind had blown a schoolboy's
hat into a pool and caused the
boats and ships to rock violently.
37. Line 9 "But lo! It was night, and it
sank to rest," suggests that the
wind had ceased to blow.
38. Line 7 "And the lordly ships felt
its staggering blow," suggests
that the wind was blowing
39. (i) the wind swept on
(ii) had met in a lane
40. The wind was in a happy (and mis-
41. According to information given in
the passage, the cobra snake is
found in India.
42. The cobra was most likely nick-
named "the hooded terror" be-
cause it caused great fear (or
terror) among the people since its
bite was deadly.
43. The phrase "to invoke fear" most
likely means that the sight of the
cobra made people afraid.
44. The cobra moved very swiftly on
land and in water therefore, it is
very difficult for its prey to escape
45. "The Hooded Terror," is a good
title for the passage.
46. Flight BW 280 to Toronto is most
likely going to the furthest destina-
47. St. Vincent is most likely the near-
est destination to Trinidad & To-
48. Flights LT 330, LT 123 and LT 145
have Caribbean countries as their
49. Flight AA 450 to New York took
four and a half hours.
50. CAL and AA most likely make in-
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