Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 13th 2013 Contents 38.2003-67=1936
39. Amt. saved in 8 weeks = $96
Amt. saved in 1 week =
$96 divided by 8 = $12
41. a. Perimeter of rectangle =
Answer: 20 units
Answer: 40 units
42. Area of floor =
3 000 000 square cm
Area of tiles =
No. of tiles used =
Answer: 1 200 tiles
43. for a straight line the zero marker
has a street light
6 000 divided by 60 = 100
total no. of lights = 101
Answer: 101 lights
44. area of first triangle =
area of second triangle =
No. of times greater =
108 divided by 27 = 4
Answer: 4 times greater
$448 - $60 = $388
Answer: 220 metres
Answer: $3 080.00
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1. Neither the plants nor the bas-
ket of flowers (was; were) on
2. This salad along with the appe-
tizers usually (takes; take) forty
minutes to prepare.
3. Most of the dust (was; were) in
4. Either my brother or my two sis-
ters (is; are) taking me to see
5. The police directed the passers-
by (passerby) at the busy inter-
6. Many different types of clothes
(clothes) were on sale.
7. The mosquitoes (mosquito)
was buzzing around her head.
8. The geese (goose) was feeding
in the pond.
9. There are five (ducks) in the
10. The (gentleman) offered his
seat to the elderly passenger.
11. The (sow) was sitting in the pen.
12. Our Aunt Carol is a very happy
13. The player slammed the ball
over the net. (Trans.) - takes the
14. The cyclists will ride from Man-
zanilla to Port of Spain and back.
(Intrans.) - no Object.
15. Mummy has prepared a deli-
cious meal for Susie and her
friends. (Trans.) - note the Ob-
16. The boxer trotted beside his
coach as he trained for the
match (Intrans.) - no Object.
17. Our aunt who lives with us re-
cently went abroad on a vaca-
18. This is the bowler whose bowl-
ing won the match for Trinidad
and Tobago, last week.
19. During the recent vacation, the
children visited the Asa Wright
Nature Centre which is the
home of many exotic animals, as
well as some of the most beauti-
20. Mary and her are very close
friends. (she) - The Subject pro-
noun is needed.
21. Being that it was raining heavily,
we had to postpone our visit.
(Since/Because) -- Faulty ex-
22. After many practise sessions,
the players were ready for the
competition. (practice) -- The
noun form functioning as an Ad-
jective, is needed, here.
31. "Stop!" the guard
32. "Where are my boots?"
33. "You are not permitted
to go to Tina's party. "
34. "Pass the ball to Lee, "
our coach shouted, "he
has an opportunity to
score a goal."
35. "Hurrah!" the crowd
exclaimed when the
young Poran hit the
ball for a six.
36. Line 6, "And all alone went she",
tells us that Mary went on her
errand unaccompanied (alone).
37. The "Dee" was most likely the
name of the sea.
38. Mary most likely drowned.
39. The "boatmen" were most likely
40. The poem has a sad mood.
41. (1). category - group; class
(ii). phenomenon - event;
(iii). debate - discussion,
42. Man is not considered to be a so-
cial animal because his physical
structures are not specifically
adapted to match the functions
he performs in society.
43. The physical structures or body
parts of "social" animals are spe-
cially adapted to carry out spe-
44. Man can choose or opt to carry
out any function or duty in the
society in which he lives.
45. "Social animals", is a suitable title
for the passage. (Students may
give other plausible titles)
46. Peter's surname would most
likely be Holder.
47. Winston and Jean Holder have
48. Peter and Anton are cousins.
49. Paul is Kwesi's grandfather.
50. Tara's surname was most likely
Holder before she was married.
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