3. The underlined collective nouns in the following passage do not match with the context of the given sentences. Replace the underlined collective nouns with the correct ones and write it besides the item number in the answer booklet(s) provided.
A (i) bunch of naughty boys from a neighbouring school started collecting stones and placing them on the road near the girls' school. We did not know what they were up to. The motorist slowed down to see what was happening. Soon there was a big (ii) group of cars on both sides of the road. One of the motorists used his mobile telephone to call the police. (iii) A gang of policemen arrived. They were carrying guns. This was frightening as (iv) a flock of people started gathering to the scene.
9. Suppose you are a chairperson of the English club at Nyamanga Secondary School, P.O. Box 52, Muleba. You have been invited to participate in a debate by the English Club of Kaganga Secondary School. Write a letter to the headmaster through the Head of the English department to ask for permission to participate in the debate. Sign your name as Nuru Eli.
12. "Challenges in life are the source of disappointment for many people in the family and in the society at large." Justify this statement by referring to two plays you have studied under this section. Give three points for each play.