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41. a. Thursday and Friday
Answer: 265 mm
42. Amount more that Jared offered =
1/3 x $172/1 = $57.33
Amount more that Karen offered =
30/100 x $172/1 = 3/10 x $172/1 =
$516/10 = $51.60
Difference = $57.33 - $51.60 = $5.73
Total = 64
Answer: 15 years old
Answer: $45 772.00
$45 772 = $138 516
Answer: $138 516.00
45. Profit made on newspapers =
120 x $0.20 = $24
Profit made on magazines =
50 x $1.50 = $75.00
Total profit = $24 + $75 = $99
86)/4 = 91.50
80)/4 = 86.75
Difference = 91.50 - 86.75 = 4.75
1. (patiently; hurriedly) The chil-
dren recklessly gulped down
their food since it was already
2. (painfully; recklessly) The driver
caused a terrible accident when
he recklessly drove his car
through a red traffic light.
3. (properly; bravely) Being able to
speak properly, Pauline hardly
makes any mistake.
4. (wisely; seriously) The manager
wisely decided to postpone the
meeting on account of the bleak,
5. DANGER Walking carelessly
across a busy road can easily en-
danger your life. (Verb)
6. ACTIVE Sally enjoys participat-
ing in the many fun activities at
her school. (Noun)
7. MAJESTY The famous actor
made quite a majestic appear-
ance on the stage. (Adjective)
8. POLITE His sudden, impolite be-
haviour was a tremendous shock
even to his friends. (Adjective)
9. This is the girl (whose; who)
mother baked us some delicious
cookies during the weekend.
10. Yesterday, we saw our friend,
Melvin (what; who) lives near
11. The zoo keeper gave a most in-
teresting description about the
giraffes (that; what) we were
about to see.
12. Is the athlete (who; whom) they
are speaking about, in this room?
13. Fifty dollars are too big a price to
pay for that tin of toffees. (is) -
one (1) price of fifty dollars
14. Peter is not so talented as his
brother, Alvin. (as) -- in compar-
isons, "as" usually precedes "as"
15. Our team will never win any
matches except it practises hard
each day. (unless) - incorrect
16. The farmer's six (ox) oxen are
grazing in the fields.
17. The fish vendor wrapped the
few remaining (salmon) salmon
in the brown paper.
18 If you wish, you can put two
(teaspoonful) teaspoonfuls of
sugar in your juice.
19. Would you please share the (in-
formation) information with the
other persons as soon as it is re-
26. hear; find out
27. forbidden; prohibited; banned
30. stationary - stationery
31. "Stop teasing your
32.Sean, as well as his
sister Rhea,is a
member of our school's
33.Sam purchased some
mangoes, oranges, a
pineapple and a
34. "Would you be returning
to school after the
football match?" asked
35.Mr.Lee's house was
destroyed during the
35. Species of ants differ from an-
other in terms of size, colour, ap-
pearance and odour.
36. The term "scavengers" is used to
describe ants that feed on the
carcasses of small animals that
37. Ants belonging to the category
"soldiers" are responsible for en-
suring that other ants in the
colony are protected from in-
38. The "queen" ant is responsible
for ensuring that there are more
ants "born" into the colony.
39. The term "colony" is described in
the passage as a community
where there are different groups
of animals responsible for differ-
ent types of activities or a divi-
sion or separation of task or
40. "Where ants live", is the main
theme in the second paragraph
of the passage.
41. The fairy queen is most likely
singing the fairy song.
42. Line 10, "Through keyholes we
do glide," suggests that fairies
are very small creatures.
43. The following words most likely
(a) mortals (Line 7) - people; human
(b) nest (Line 8) - beds; places
where people sleep
44. Lines 9 and 10, "Unheard and un-
espied, through keyholes we do
glide", most likely mean that the
fairies entered the rooms unseen
and without noise through the
45. The poem has a happy mood.
46. You would most likely find infor-
mation about the different types
47. You would most likely find addi-
tional information on the topic,
"agreement of subject and verb",
on page 8 of the book.
48. You would most likely find addi-
tional information about the top-
ic, "formation of nouns", under
the topic, "Adjectives" (forma-
tion of adjectives).
49. The topics in the index are
arranged in alphabetical order.
50. The topic, "Nouns", most likely
came first in the book because
its numbering starts with page 1.
ATTENTION: Unfortunately, there were a
few errors in this week's SEA Practice test.
These are as follows:
(1) B. SECTIONS - In the example, Adjective
instead of Verb.
(2) C. SECTIONS - The tick is missing in the
(3) F. SECTIONS - Numbering was sup-
posed to be 20-22.
We sincerely apologise for these errors.
Ex. We were
we met our
17. Sandie usually
because it prac-
tises ever day.
18. The team had
that we had
lost the final
19. While walking
as soon as the
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