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$500 + $6 000
Answer: $6 500.00
42. fraction in favour: 1000/2000
percentage in favour:
1000/2000 x 100/1 % = 50%
43. Area of wall =
Area of wall painted =
No. of cans of paint for 50 square
No. of cans of paint for 126 square
2 26/50 or 3 cans
Costs for 1 can = $150
45. 360 degrees - (180 degrees +
90 degrees + 30 degrees) =
Answer: 60 degrees
Answer: 310 books
b. average = 310/5 = 62
Answer: 62 books
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1. The players were always in-
spired (by; with) her fine coach-
2. Some children are tired (with;
of) eating vegetables every day.
3. The workmen will be aiming (to;
at) complete the building by to-
4. Many persons have complained
(of; about) the uncomfortable
heat during the day
5. The tour guide warned the
pupils, "You must stay some dis-
tance away from the machines
while you walk around the com-
6. Devon asked Kevin, "Did you see
this exciting adventure series on
Television, last night?"
"I will repair you broken bicycle
as soon as I can find some spare
time," Frankie's father told him.
8. Lianne enquired from Maria,
"Will you like to accompany me,
tomorrow, to purchase a pair of
9. During the accident, the car skid-
ded, then came to a sudden stop.
10. We have forgotten almost
everything that happened yes-
terday. (Past Participle)
11. To prevent the needle from be-
ing lost, Mummy stuck it in the
pin cushion. (Past Tense)
12. Butch had wandered for many
days before finally arriving at his
home. (Past Part.)
13. Dwayne's mummy always likes
how he neatly writes his work in
his exercise book.
14. Mrs. Charles humbly apologized
to the teacher for her son's ab-
sence from school.
15. The athletes eagerly awaited the
start of the popular race.
16. The pet dog stared anxiously at
his owner as he put its food into
17. CLOSE The schoolyard was
enclosed by a strong,
18. HONOUR The thief's behavior
had brought much
dishonor to his family.
19. JOIN Our school now has a
new gym that adjoins
the computer room.
20. My brother and I am visiting our
uncle, tomorrow. (are) - to agree
with "my brother and I"
21. The reason why he performed
badly was because he did not
practise enough. (was that)
22. The bank had loaned him ten
thousand dollars to assist in pur-
chasing a vehicle. (lent)
23. Susan was happy to learn that
she had jumped higher than she
did in her last trail. trial
24. Our class new teaching asis-
stant is very friendly and consid-
25. Plays written by Shakespeare in
the 14th century are more rela-
vant today than they were then.
26. We were not as fortunate as
Andy to get a ride to school this
27. Due to a prior engagement, the
Minister could not attend our
school's graduation exercise.
25. The security officer was fined
because he had abandoned his
post. (left; neglected; forsaken)
26. Seeds that are scattered by
wind are usually light and feath-
ery. (spread; strewn)
27. The cat's eyes appeared to be
enlarged when the lights were
turned off. (opened; widened; ex-
31. Father's books were
scattered on his
32. "I've to attend a Red
Cross meeting this
afternoon so I'll not
be taking the bus
home," said John.
33. "Have you finished
reading thebook I
lent you, Sue?" asked
34.Diego, like his sister
Toya, can speak both
English and Spanish
35.Although Sean tried
very hard, he couldn't
move the couch
without his brother's
36. The word "great" suggests that
the turkey was very large.
37. (a). exhausted - tired; wearied;
worn out; drained
(b). content - satisfied; happy;
(c). anxious - looking forward to
38. Sara was Daryl's mother.
39. The 'chubby little old man' was
most likely Santa Claus (Old
Nick; Father Christmas).
40. He said he was late because
Santa Claus usually visits on
Christmas Eve not on Christmas
41. A star adorned the topmost part
of the Christmas tree.
42. Line 17, "Perhaps my dream's a
prophecy", suggests that the
poet's dream was a sign of
things to come.
43. In the poet's dream, the chil-
dren's laughter and dancing sug-
gest that they were happy.
44. A 'fez' is most likely a head gear
45. The poem reflects a very happy
46. Eight (8) hours make up a shift.
47. Experience working in a restau-
rant environment would make
someone a more suitable candi-
date for the job.
48. The restaurant manager would
most likely supervise the work
of a waiter or waitress.
49. Telephone, e-mail or a letter are
the different ways that an inter-
ested person can apply for a po-
sition as a waiter or waitress.
50. It is necessary for waiters and
waitresses to get a Health Cer-
tificate because it is not wise for
people who are ill to be working
in a restaurant environment.
(Waiters and waitresses who
are sick can spread diseases to
people they serve).
Deposit $7 $9 $11 $13 $15 $17 $19 $21 $23 $25 $27 $29 $31 $33 $35 $37 $39
Total $16 $25 $36 $49 $64 $81 $100 $121 $144 $169 $196 $225 $256 $289 $324 $361 $400
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