Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 28th 2013 Contents SECTION II
VOCABULARY / SPELLING / PUNCTUATION
A. C ete EACH f the f wi g se te ces
with a WORD that is SIMILAR i ea i g t
th se i the b ackets afte each se te ce.
The harsh eather added to the campers'
disc f t. ( ack f ease)
. The athlete from St. Lucia __________________
the marathon. (ca e i fi st)
. When e heard that the streets ere flooded,
e __________________ occupied the highest
floor in the building. (with t de ay)
. During the rain season, the rain seems to fall
________________ during the night.
(with t st i g)
B. Cha ge the SUFFIX i each ROOT WORD t
f a ew w d OPPOSITE i ea i g.
C. U de i e the w d f the b ackets which
c ect y c etes EACH f the f wi g
se te ces
The maca s roosted on the tallest palm
(t ees, th ees) in the Nariva S amp
8. Before e ran the marathon, our coach gave
us some (ad ice, ad ise).
9. I had forgotten to bu the (stati a y,
stati e y) mother needed hen I ent to
. The hounds ere unable to follo the (ce t,
sce t, se t) of the deer.
D. P t i the issi g PUNCTUATION MARKS
t c ect y c ete EACH f the f wi g
se te ces.
Y eed t ew ite the se te ces.
. "Stop"theguard e claimed
. "Where are m boots"father
. "You are not going to Tina's
part " mother e claimed
. "Pass the ballto Lee"our
coachshouted, "he has an
opportunit to score a goal"
. "Hurrah"the cro d e claimed
hen Latap scored a goal
SECTION III - COMPREHENSION
P et y
Read the f wi g e e y ca ef y 2-3 ti es
a d the a swe the esti s that f w
. Which line in the poem tells us that Mar
ent on her errand alone?
. According to information given in the passage,
hat as st ike y the Dee"?
8. What do ou think had happened to Mar
hen she ent to call the cattle home?
9. Who ere st ike y the b at e "
mentioned in Line ?
. What is the mood of the poem?
Fact a Passage
Read the f wi g assage e y ca ef y 2-3
ti es a d the a swe the esti s that f w
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S acks a e a i ta t a t
f a g wi g chi d s diet.
Hea thy s acks gi e
chi d e ext a e e gy
a d t ie ts be-
twee ea s. Ski
the e- ackaged
s ack f ds a d
ha e s e f
with y chi d.
T y s e f these hea thy
s ack ideas that a e easy t
• Peel a banana and dip it
• Roll banana in crushed
cereal and free e
• Spread celery sticks with
peanut butter Top with raisins
• Mix together ready-to-eat cereal
dried fruit and nuts in a sandwich bag
for an on-the-go snack
• Microwave a small baked potato
and top with a little grated cheddar cheese
• Sandwich Spread slices of tomatoes
and cucumbers on a slice of deli turkey
• Parfait Layer vanilla yogurt mandarin
oranges and cubed apples
Healthy Snack Suggestions
The Sa ds O Dee
"O Mary go and call the cattle home
And call the cattle home
And call the cattle home
Across the sands O Dee!"
The western wind was wild and dank with
And all alone went she
The creeping tide came up along the sand
And o er and o er the sand
And round and round the sand
As far as eye could see
The rolling mist came down and hid the land
And never home came she
"Oh is it weed or fish or floating hair
A drowned maiden s hair
Above the nets at sea?"
Was never salmon yet that shone so fair
Among the stakes on Dee
They brought her in across the rolling foam
The cruel crawling foam
The cruel hungry foam
To her grave beside the sea
But still the boatmen hear her call the cattle
Across the sands O Dee
Man people consider man to be a "social animal",
but this thought has also been strongl debated
b man . The main theor put for ard to disprove
this idea lies in the belief that social animals not
onl live in a single c ity and divide the ac-
tivities necessar for survival amongst them but
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