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aca i .
0. Whe e i ed ab he a e f he ec my,
he blic f cial gl ed e he bjec .
DIRECTION Read the sentences carefully You will be
required to reconstruct each sentence using one of the
four options given below Remember when reconstruct
ing the sentences not to distort the original meaning
. I ld efe ha e a c f c ffee a he ha a
S b i e ld efe f : efe e ce
A. I ha e a efe e ce f
B. I ha e a efe e ce f
C. My efe e ce i ha e
D. My efe e ce i f
2. S e li g a m ed a a a i-b llyi g cam-
aig , ba ed a ad e i eme hich he had ee
ele i i .
Re lace a m ed i h: m ed
A. P m ed
B. P m ed a
C. P m ed by
D. P m ed
3. La e ligh ha e bee k ca e im ai ed i-
i a d ha e bec me a e i c ce f il f
c mme cial ai li e a d mall la e .
S b i e ha e bee k f : a e a cia ed
C. Wi h
D. Wi h
4. The z kee e had he a i fac i f eei g, a P la
Bea ai ed i ca i i y gi e bi h a c b.
Begin he e e ce i h: A bea
A. Rai ed
B. Rea ed
C. Wa ai ed
D. Which a ai ed
5. If y ack y bag igh , e ca lea e f
cam i g i ea ly i he m i g.
Re lace ack i h: acki g
B. Will all
C. I all i g
DIRECTION In the following sentences one of the un
derlined words may be misspelled Identify the mis
DIRECTION Read each sentence carefully then select the
word that is opposite in meaning to the underlined word
. Whe e e e kid he igh m al a d al-
e , hey a e le likely cc mb he e e f
B. E ca e
C. Re i
D. C mble
2. Af e he ma a ca gh h lif i g, he ied
j if he ac i by i dica i g he a de i e.
A. Defe d
B. O e
C. E d e
D. E adica e
3. The elde ly a d e i h a c m mi ed imm e
y em a e m e e ge i g he .
A. Reg la
B. F c i i g
C. S d
D. Affec ed
4. F ll i g he d gh , all eff by he fa me
e i e he c ed f ile.
B. P e
C. S abili e
D. Ha e
5. F a ely f he c me , he had e ained hi ale
ecei a d a able b ai a f ll ef d.
A. Rec e ed
C. Sec ed
D. Di ca ded
DIRECTION Read each sentence carefully You will be re
quired to determine whether an error e ists and if so iden
tify the type of error based on the four options given
below Select the option that BEST describes the sentence
The options are as follows
A. The sentence contains grammatical errors or
is faulty in diction.
B. The sentence is too wordy or redundant.
C. The sentence contains cliche s and or mis-
D. The sentence is acceptable as it stands.
6. Y e he a d y be he la ge a
a y e, y ay he ai .
7. Ve ez ela l ked i h , a a membe f he
i i a y a killed hile add e i g -
e , a a li ical mee i g.
8. N e hey a a he able, he child e g bbled
hei di e .
spelled word in each sentence based on the options given
A B C If no error e ists mark your answer D
6. A he ehicle accele a ed, y c ld feel he c d
an ie , a he ai ed ee hich ace ca d i e
ld eme ge ic i . N E
7. They ha ened he b ffe , ly be g ee ed by
ig i dica i g ha he e a an a cl ed. N E
8. I i a i iledge be men ed by a e eemed
medical ac i i e , like D . S l m . N E
9. Ma ha a elen le i he i bec me a
acclaimmed B ad a Ac e . N E
20. They e j y a g ea a ne hi hich e l ed i a
highly cce f l legal ac i e. N E
DIRECTIONS Read the passage carefully before at
tempting the questions Each question has four options
select the most appropriate answer based on what is con
tained or implied in the passage
Pterois is a genus of venomous marine fish, commonl
known as li n h, native to the Indo-Pacific. Pterois, also
called ebra sh re sh turkey sh or butter y cod, is
characteri ed b conspicuous warning coloration with red,
white, cream , or black bands, show pectoral fins, and ven-
omous spik fin ra s. Pterois radiata, Pterois volitans, and
Pterois miles are the most commonl studied species in the
genus. Pterois species are popular aquarium fish. Pterois.
volitans and Pterois. miles are a recent and significant inva-
sive species in the West Atlantic and Caribbean Sea.
Pterois fish in the Atlantic range from 5 to 5 cm ( . to
. in) in length, weighing from . 5 to . kg ( . 55 to
. 66 lb). The are well known for their ornate beaut , ven-
omous spines, and unique tentacles.Juvenile lionfish have a
unique tentacle located above their e e sockets that varies
in phenotype between species. The evolution of this tenta-
cle is suggested to serve to continuall attract new pre
studies also suggest it pla s a role in sexual selection.
ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR
Pterois species can live from five to 5 ears and have com-
plex courtship and mating behaviors. Females release two
mucus-filled egg clusters frequentl , which can contain as
man as 5, eggs. Studies on Pterois reproductive
habits have increased significantl in the past decade. All
the species are aposematic: the have conspicuous col-
oration with boldl contrasting stripes and wide fans of pro-
jecting spines, advertising their abilit to defend themselves.
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