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40. a. ABC
c. 90 degrees -- 65 degrees =
Answer: 25 degrees
41. Let D - Debra, C - Caleb, N - Nathan,
B - Brianna
CDNB, CDBN, DCBN, BCDN, NDCB,
NDBC, DNBC, BNDC
Answer: CDNB, CDBN, DCBN,
BCDN, NDCB, NDBC, DNBC, BNDC
42. a. Mean=(55+81+62+70+41
c. 4 students
Answer: 285 hamburgers
44. Increase in 1st year =
1/10 x $60000/1 = $6 000
New salary =
Increase in 2nd year =
1/10 x $66000/1 = $6 600
Increase in 3rd year =
1/10 x $72600/1 = $7 260
Answer: $79 860.00
45. a. Fraction in Math = 60/80
Percent in Math = 60/80 x
100/1 % = 75%
b. Fraction in Essay = 40/50
Percent in Essay =
40/50 x 100/1 % = 80%
Fraction in Art = 45/60
Percent in Art =
45/60 x 100/1 % = 75%
46. Total repaid =
Amount repaid in 1 1/2 yrs (18
mths) = $10 980
Amount repaid in 1 mth =
$10 980 divided by 18 = $610
1. It had (cost) cost him two hundred
dollars to pay the fine. (Past Par-
2. For lunch, Mummy (choose) chose
the ripest tomatoes for the salad.
3. Steve (lose) lost his money while
playing with his friends. (Past
4. Why haven't you (write) written
to them, before? (Past Participle)
5. SYMPATHY We were very sympa-
thetic towards Maggie when she
lost her dog. (Adjective)
The elderly man
needed some assistance to cross
the road. (Noun)
You should handle
that large, glass bowl with care.
8. PROMISE The coach assured
Carol that she was a very promis-
ing athlete. (Adjective)
9. During the afternoon, Ms. Caro-
line's class enjoyed reading under
the huge almond tree.
10. All the dogs in the kennel were up
11. On leaving school, Davina and her
sister hurriedly walked home.
12. Out in the pool, the competitors
were getting ready to participate
in the long distance race.
13. Either the potatoes or the pump-
kin (is ; are) in the bag.
14. All but one of the children (has ;
15. The coach, with all the players (is ;
are) practising on the field.
16. All that was left on the shelf (was;
were) one dozen eggs.
17. The secretary informed the patient
that his appointment had been
shifted to Tuesday of the following
18. Charles enquired from Mr. Dhan-
paul about what they would see
when they visited the Science Cen-
tre on the following day.
19. Savi asked her friend, Sharon
about why she was hiding in the
corner, that morning.
20. The tremendous heat had a terri-
ble affect on the farmers' crops.
(effect) -- incorrect word.
21. She is one of the students who
has been chosen to represent the
school. (have) -- to agree with
22. That restaurant serves not only
breakfast but dinner. (but also) --
23. Passengers travelling to Chagua-
nas were asked to board the bus
at terminal one.
24. The harsh weather added to the
25. Because I'm the youngest at home,
no one listens to what I say.
26. Our parents organised a calypso
competition to raise funds for our
field trip to the zoo.
27. Every student received an invita-
tion to the fund raising event.
28. Our parents demanded that we
display our best behaviour at the
29. A special monument was erected
in our school yard in (memory,
recognition) of the teacher who
died while saving two students
30. When the aeroplane had
(ascended, descended) to an ap-
propriate height, the pilot turned
off the seat belt sign.
31. Michael, like his cousin
Anthony, plays football
for our school.
32.Mr. Akono,a Nigerian
doctor, wrote a book
on med ci
i nal herbs
used in Africa.
33.The pictures in my
wild animal book
include lions, tigers,
elephants and snakes.
34. "I'll be home for
Carnival, " Susie said.
35.Our pet goat has a
pair of large brown
eyes, a white patch
on its forehead, a
pair of long ears and
a bushy black beard.
36. The conditions necessary for
moulds to grow are adequate
warmth and moisture.
37. (a). microscopic - tiny; minute;
(b). adequate - sufficient; enough;
(c). ingested - consumed; eaten
38. Moulds are beneficial to man as
medicines or food additives.
39. To prevent moulds growing on
food, food must be stored at very
low temperatures (in a refrigerator
40. "The World of Moulds" and
"Moulds" are suitable titles for the
41. Line 2, "And they're watching
night and day", suggests that the
child observes his role model (idol)
at all times.
42. The poet is most likely referring to
a boy (young male child) in the
phrase "little fellow's".
43. The phrase, "no suspicions ever
rise", most likely means that there
is no doubt (unbelief) in the child's
mind that the role model (idol) is
someone to be admired.
44. The child's father is most likely his
role model (idol).
45. "A Child's Role Model/Idol", is a
suitable title for the poem.
46. The information was presented in
alphabetical order (a, b, c...) in the
index of the book.
47. You will most likely find additional
information on "Electricity" under
the topic "Water Power and
48. Seven pages (Pages 4 -- 10) in the
book most likely contained infor-
mation on the topic "Rockets".
49. The topic "Rockets" most likely
came first in the book.
50. The topic "Scientific satellites"
was most likely also discussed
under the topic "Moon, Earth's
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