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180 degrees - (100 degrees + 45 de-
grees) = 35 degrees
x = 360 degrees - (80 degrees + 100
degrees + 35 degrees + 45 degrees) =
Answer: x - 100 degrees,
y - 100 degrees
44. Position Movement
Length of time from 11:45 to 12:30 =
Length of time worked = 8 hrs - (45
Answer: 6 hours 35 minutes
No.ofbagsfor4 1/4kg=8x4 1/4=
Answer: 34 bags
Practice Exercise # 1
1. Ice cream is loved by most children.
2. Many delicious fruits were sold by
the vendor to his customers.
3. An award will be presented by the
Principal to the top student.
4. Several letters were written by
Annie to her favourite uncle, last
5. A ball point pen was borrowed by
Danny from his friend, Alex.
6. Some tasty meals had been cooked
by the caterer for the function.
7. The furry ball was bounced by the
dog across the yard.
8. Some of their cousins had been met
by the girls at the movies.
9. The fruits were cut up by Cheryl for
10. A medley will be performed by the
musicians for Graduation.
Practice Exercise #2
1. Our cat, Mickles heartily ate the
huge dish of cat food.
2. Mr. Joseph read the newspapers dur-
ing his spare time.
3. After lunch, Petal gave Melissa a bag
4. The bandits had stolen the money
from the store.
5. Her (Ashley's) peers chose Ashley as
6. The popular athlete is running the
distance in record time.
7. The ambulance brought the injured,
accident victim to the hospital.
8. The children had seen many exotic
animals at the Zoo.
Practice Exercise #3
1. The guide advised the class, "Please
walk carefully and in single file."
2. The teacher told the children to turn
their pages to the exercise that they
had been given for home lesson. (I.S)
3. Daddy enquired form the children
about where they would like to visit
the next day when they went to To-
4. The cricketer shouted to his friend,
"Throw the ball quickly before he
reaches the wicket". (D.S)
5. The principal informed the parents
that the next meeting would be held
that same time in the new school
6. Danielle shouted to her friend, "Be
extremely careful when you climb
that shaky ladder!" (D.S)
Practice Exercise #4
1. The coach told the footballers that
he would like them to go to the gym
and wait there for him.
2. Mummy assured Dionne that she
had already made all the arrange-
ments for her party on the following
3. The secretary informed the patient
that she was giving him his dentist's
appointment for Thursday, the fol-
lowing week at ten a.m. sharp.
4. Mr. Davis asked the mechanic
whether he would have enough time
to completely paint the car by the
5. Charlene told her grandparents that
she would be extremely delighted to
see them if they visited her.
Practice Exercise #5
1. The Principal told the children, "You
will have to wear your games uni-
form for the Sports' Day, next week"
2. "It will take three days for you to ob-
tain your visitor's visa", the officer in-
formed the woman.
3. Ms. Ali encouraged her students,
"You should always try to do your
4. Carisse informed her mother, "I am
so hungry today that I can eat al-
most a horse."
5. "Have you seen the new action show
that has started on Television, two
nights ago?" Davie enquired from
1. The "Alm" was most likely the name
of the mountain.
2. Heidi may have turned pale on hear-
ing the news about the fire on the
3. The fire may have been caused by
4. A storm could have been taking
place to cause the houses to creak
5. "The Storm," is a suitable title for
the passage. (Students will give
other suitable titles which must also
6. The title of the poem, "The Sidewalk
Racer," suggests that the content of
the poem describes a person who
would be riding or driving a speeding
device on the sidewalk (pavement).
7. The information given in the poem
suggests that the person is riding a
skateboard or has on roller skates or
8. "Swerve," "curve" and "sway" de-
scribe the movement of the person
in the poem.
9. The phrase, "sailor and the sail"
(Lines 6 and 7) most likely means
that the person in the poem is play-
ing the role of both a sailor (a person
who sails a boat) and a sail ( an ob-
ject that moves a boat by trapping
air) since he/she is responsible for
controlling the device that is moving
10. The lines, "I'm the one and only sin-
gle engine human automobile"
(Lines 9 -- 12), most likely means that
the person is comparing himself/her-
self to an engine (part of a device
that is responsible for producing the
energy to move the device along).
11. The poem evokes a sense or feeling
of lots of energy or action. The per-
son seems to be enjoying what he or
she is doing with contentment/satis-
12. Line 1 and 2, "Who has seen the
wind? Neither I nor you," which is
repeated in Lines 5 and 6, suggest
that the wind cannot be seen by any-
13. The phrases, "the leaves hang trem-
bling" (Line 3), and "the trees bow
down their heads," (Lines 7 & 8) tell
us that the wind is present.
14. The trembling leaves and the
bowed heads of the trees suggest
that the wind move things.
15. "Who has seen the Wind?" is a suit-
able title for the poem. (It tells us
what to expect in the poem).
• Having a
good study routine
and adequate prepa-
ration are essential
factors in becoming
confident for exams.
Nothing can replace being
• Ensure a balanced
lifestyle with leisure
activities built into your
• Make sure you get
adequate sleep and eat well.
• Think positively and
avoid negative thoughts.
• Introduce relaxation
exercises into your daily
How to become confident
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