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STANDARD FIVE ANNUAL SERIES

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
STANDARD FIVE

ENGLISH 

SECTION A. GRAMAR

Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentences.

Write the plural of underlined WORD

  1. class was painted.
  1. Class
  2. Classes
  3. Clases
  4. School.
  1. His family is wealthy.
  1. Families
  2. Famillies
  3. Familys
  4. family
  1. fox ran into the bush.
  1. Foxes
  2. Foxen
  3. Fox
  4. hare
  1. My pocket is torn.
  1. Pockets
  2. Pocket
  3. Pocketes
  4. Packet.
  1. One deer was killed.
  1. Deers
  2. Deer
  3. Deeres
  4. Geese.
  1. Her foot is small for that shoe.
  1. Foots
  2. Feet
  3. Foot.
  4. Leg.
  1. He has a strong belief.
  1. Beliefs
  2. Beliefs
  3. Believes
  4. Faith.
  1. The potato was rotten.
  1. Potatos
  2. Potatoes
  3. Potato
  4. potatoeses
  1. The loaf was eaten by a. dog.
  1. Loafs
  2. Loaves
  3. Loaf
  4. Leaves.
  1. A boy bought an avocado.
  1. Avocados
  2. Avocadoes
  3. Avocado.
  4. avocad
  1. The woman has a painful tooth.
  1. Teeths
  2. Tooths
  3. Teeth
  4. Mouth.
  1. A leaf fell on the floor.
  1. Leaves
  2. Leaf
  3. Leave
  4. loaves
  1. Give me an apple.
  1. Apple
  2. Apples
  3. appleses
  1. He is a hero.
  1. Heros
  2. Heroes
  3. Heroines.
  4. Heroine.
  1. The thief was caught with a knife.
  1. Knifes
  2. Knives
  3. Knive
  4. knife

USE STILL, YET OR ALREADY TO COMPLETE THE SENTENSES.

  1. The man is …………….waiting for the chief to arrive
  1. Yet
  2. Already
  3. Still
  4. Yet ,still
  1. We had …………..finished the task but the teacher had not …….come
  1. Yet, still
  2. Still,yet
  3. Already, yet
  4. Yet, already
  1. Do you …………..remember your promise?
  1. Still
  2. Yet
  3. Already
  4. Yet still
  1. Hurry up, the train is……………..to leave
  1. Already
  2. Yet
  3. Still
  4. Already yet
  1. He complained of headache. He complained of cold…………
  1. Still
  2. Yet
  3. Already.
  4. Yet already

SECTION C. VOCABULARY

SUPPLY THE RIGHT ANSWER TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.

  1. A dog is to kennel as a king is to……………….
  1. Home
  2. Puppy
  3. Palace
  4. Statehouse.
  1. Man is to house as lion is to…………..
  1. Palace
  2. Kennel
  3. Home
  4. Den.
  1. Soldier is to barrack as scout is to…………..
  1. School
  2. Camp
  3. Field
  4. Tent.
  1. Bird is to nest as bee is to………………
  1. Sty
  2. Byre
  3. Hive
  4. Stable.
  1. Horse is to stable as prisoner is to
  1. Cell
  2. Jail
  3. Court
  4. Prison.

NAME THE SOUNDS MADE BY THE FOLLOWING ANIMALS.

  1. A pig……….
  1. Byre
  2. Moos
  3. Brays
  4. Neighs
  1. A bird……..
  1. Nest
  2. Twitters
  3. Roars
  4. Hums
  1. A goat……….
  1. Barks
  2. Moos
  3. Neighs
  4. Bleats
  1. A snakes………….
  1. Snifes
  2. Sleathes
  3. Hisses.
  4. Hums.
  1. A horse………….
  1. Meews
  2. Grunts
  3. Roars
  4. Neighs.
  1. A lion……
  1. Barks
  2. Roars
  3. Hums
  4. Grunts
  1. A dog
  1. Hums
  2. Bleats
  3. Brays
  4. Barks
  1. A bee……..
  1. Hums
  2. Bleats
  3. Buzzes
  4. Lows
  1. A cow…
  1. Lows
  2. Blows
  3. Bleats
  4. Mows
  1. A crow..
  1. Cums
  2. Caws
  3. Slithers
  4. Crows

Read the passage below and answer the question that follows:

The first day my cousin Tabitha taught me how to ride a bicycle, I was too excited to listen to what she was telling me. Tabitha held the bike and I sat on the saddle, but it was impossible for me to reach the pedals.Tabitha lowered the saddle and I got on again. Hold the handlebars and here are the brakes, sakila said Tabitha. She started to push me, but we did not move. ‘No, you only put on the brakes when you want to stop. Just hold onto the handlebars.Tabitha ran beside the bicycle. I fell off. I got on again. I wobbled around and crushed into a hedge. But I was a fast leaner. In only three days, I could ride on my own.One afternoon I took the bicycle and started riding near our house. My parents and Tabitha were not at home. The other children came to cheer me on. It was thrilling to ride the bicycle.

  1. My cousin Tabitha taught me how to
  1. Ride a bicycle
  2. Ride a boat
  3. Ride a horse
  4. Ride a motorcycle
  1. The word excited has been underlined, it means
  1. Sad
  2. Scared
  3. Thrilling
  4. angry
  1. A saddle is the part of the bicycle where one_______________-
  1. stands
  2. sits
  3. sleeps
  4. holds
  1. What is the work of brakes on a bicycle?
  1. To move the bicycle forward
  2. To help the rider reach the pedals
  3. To make the bicycle move fast
  4. To stop the bicycle
  1. The following are parts of a bicycle . which one is not
  1. Boot
  2. Saddle
  3. Pedals
  4. handlebars
  1. Who was learning how to ride?
  1. Tabitha
  2. Parents
  3. Sakila
  4. children
  1. Why did she fall off the bicycle?
  1. She liked falling
  2. Tabitha pushed her
  3. She was still learning
  4. The bicycle broke down
  1. What is the past participle of the word ride
  1. Riden
  2. Rode
  3. Ridden
  4. rided
  1. How long did it take for the writer to learn how to ride?
  1. One day
  2. Five days
  3. Two days
  4. Three days
  1. The writer was a fast leaner. The word fast is ____________
  1. An adverb
  2. An adjective
  3. Conjuction
  4. preposition

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE ENGLISH EXAM SERIES 23

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
STANDARD FIVE

SOCIAL STUDIES

TIME: 1:30 HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 50 questionswith three sections
  • Answer all questions in the spaces provided
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.

SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Choose the correct answer and write its letter in the brackets

  1. All that surrounds human being is called………………………………
  1. Forest
  2. Environment
  3. Habitat
  4. Mountains
  1. Identify one human activity that can destroy the environment………………….
  1. Mining
  2. Home grazing
  3. Waste collection
  4. Recycling
  1. Keeping many animals in an area can cause
  1. Animal fattening
  2. Herders to get tired
  3. Soil erosion
  4. Many leaves
  1. We are supposed to ……………………..industrial waste to take care of environment
  1. Recycle
  2. Throw away
  3. Hide
  4. Burry
  1. A place where historical information is kept is called………………………..
  1. Archive
  2. Museum
  3. Book shop
  4. Nursery
  1. Some of the places where historical information is kept in Tanzania includes
  1. Mosque and church
  2. Temple and museum
  3. Museum and library
  4. School and archive
  1. Written sources of history such as books, letter and report are stored in
  1. Caves and museum
  2. Library and national documents
  3. Caves and library
  4. House and courts
  1. Things done by a certain community in terms of origin,, environment and community trends are called
  1. Traditions
  2. Taboos
  3. Culture
  4. Art
  1. Muhamed Ahmed was a leader from which country
  1. Rwanda
  2. Burundi
  3. Sudan
  4. Niger.
  1. The meeting to partition the African continent was done in…………….
  1. England
  2. America
  3. Germany
  4. Italy
  1. The reason for colonist colonizing the coastal region of Africa was
  1. Easy of doing business
  2. It was easy to help people
  3. It was easy to carry out farming
  4. Easy to mine
  1. Many African countries got their independence from………………….
  1. 1961
  2. 1972
  3. 1960
  4. 1964
  1. Which was an economic reason for scramble of Africa?
  1. Agriculture
  2. To get education
  3. Transportation
  4. Commerce
  1. Which of these planets supports life?
  1. Mars
  2. Venus
  3. Earth
  4. Mercury
  1. How long does the earth take to go around the sun?
  1. 24 hours
  2. 3651/4 days
  3. Day and night
  4. 300 days
  1. The aim of starting a poultry business is to get
  1. Meat and eggs
  2. Profit
  3. Income
  4. Food
  1. In order to increase income and profit in fruit selling business, one should
  1. Work hard
  2. Relax and wait for income
  3. Pray to god to help you
  4. Find customers.
  1. We use……………to show direction in a map
  1. Key
  2. Symbol
  3. Scale
  4. Frame
  5. Compass.
  1. Ancient man started using fire in………………
  1. Earlier stone age
  2. Earlier iron age
  3. Late iron age
  4. Middle stone age
  1. The following are rights of a child
  1. To do work
  2. To be loved and defended
  3. To sleep and play
  4. To help and respect elders.

SECTION B: MATCHING ITEMS QUESTIONS

MATCH THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IN LIST A FROM THOSE IN LIST B

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Tanganyika got her independence in
  2. Tanganyika African association was formed in
  3. The liberation of Zanzibar started in
  4. The head of a colony in colonial period
  5. The leader of Maji Maji rebellion
  6. An Ethiopian leader
  7. The year Helgoland treaty was signed
  8. The first president of Ghana
  9. The leader of Berlin Conference
  10. The year Vasco Dagama arrived at the coast of Africa
  1. Senator
  2. Governor
  3. 1950
  4. 1948
  5. 1961
  6. 1498
  7. 1589
  8. Carl Peter
  9. Otto Von Bismarck
  10. Haile Selassie
  11. Menelik II
  12. Kwame Nkrumah
  13. 1890
  14. Mkwawa.
  15. Kinjekitile ngwale.

SECTION C: TRUE AND FALSE AND FILLING THE GAPS QUESTIONS

WRITE TRUE FOR A CORRECT STATEMENT AND FALSE FOR INCORRECT STATEMENT.

  1. Changes in science and technology can affect culture
  2. Culture and traditions identifies a certain community
  3. Planting trees is neglating the environment
  4. Mixed farming destroys soil fertility
  5. Cutting trees without planting cause desertification
  6. Language help in identifying a community
  7. The berlin conference was convened by Germany Chancelor Otto Von Bismarck
  8. The colonists used peaceful means to colonize Africans
  9. Patrice Lumumba fought the colonists in Congo
  10. During the struggle for independence, the African heroes helped Africa to be united

FILL THE MISSING GAPS

  1. The maji maji rebellion started in which year…………………………
  2. Which party did Rashid Mfaume Kawawa lead?
  3. An entrepreneur can provide ……………………to the community
  4. Wind is caused by……………………………………..
  5. A place where we can find historical information is called……….

SECTION D: STRUCTURED QUESTIONS

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS BRIEFLY

  1. What is entrepreneurship?
  2. Give two qualities of an entrepreneur
  3. Mention two entrepreneurial activities you can start in your community
  4. Differentiate between archeology and anthropology
  5. What is wind?

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE SOCIAL EXAM SERIES 22

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
STANDARD FIVE

MATHEMATICS.

TIME :1:30HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 45 questions
  • Select the best alternative in question 1-40
  • For question 41-45 provide the best answer
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.
  1. 2157 + 6843 =
  1. 8000
  2. 8990
  3. 8900
  4. 9000
  5. 8800
  1. 2.056 + 0.975
  1. 3.021
  2. 3.031
  3. 2.921
  4. 2.021
  5. 2.931
  1. 29313-4119
  1. 25204
  2. 25494
  3. 25294
  4. 25194
  5. 26194
  1. 1.22 X 0.6 =
  1. 0.632
  2. 0.622
  3. 0.722
  4. 0.732
  1. 11192 X 7=
  1. 78444
  2. 78334
  3. 77744
  4. 77734
  5. 78344
  1. 10200÷ 25 =
  1. 418
  2. 484
  3. 480
  4. 408
  5. 440
  1. 22/3 + 35/6=
  1. 62/3
  2. 77/10
  3. 61/2
  4. 54/9
  5. 55/7
  1. Write 62.5% as a simple fraction
  1. 5/6
  2. ¾
  3. 5/8
  4. 2/3
  5. 5/2
  1. Write 0.035 as a percentage
  1. 35%
  2. 0.35%
  3. 0.035%
  4. 0.0035%
  5. 3.5%
  1. Write 0.0125 as a simple fraction
  1. 5/400
  2. 1/8
  3. 1/8000
  4. 1/80
  5. 1/400
  1. Write the roman numerals MMDXC IN Arabic
  1. 1590
  2. 2590
  3. 2050
  4. 259
  5. 2950
  1. The prime numbers between 30 and 40 are
  1. 35,37
  2. 31,39
  3. 31,37
  4. 33,37
  5. 33,39
  1. When the lowest common multiple of 12,18, and 36 is divided by its highest common factor the answer is
  1. 36
  2. 18
  3. 9
  4. 6
  5. 12
  1. Write the time 1815 in 12 hours system
  1. 6.15 p.m
  2. 2.15 a.m
  3. 12.15 p.m
  4. 6.15 a.m
  5. 12.15 a.m
  1. Divide 41 kilograms 360 grams by 8
  1. 5kg 100gm
  2. 5kg 170gm
  3. 5kg 17gm
  4. 51kg 70gm
  5. 5kg 171gm
  1. Determine the square root of 2601
  1. 41
  2. 51
  3. 59
  4. (2601)2
  5. 49
  1. 3750÷15=
  1. 205
  2. 250
  3. 25
  4. 2.50
  5. 2,050
  1. 8.113 x 1.92
  1. 15.64509
  2. 15.68709
  3. 15.65809
  4. 15.57696
  5. 15.65609
  1. (-2)-(-17) =
  1. 16
  2. -19
  3. +15
  4. -15
  5. +19
  1. 0.427 ÷0.07 =
  1. 6.10
  2. 61.0
  3. 0.61
  4. 0.061
  5. 610
  1. 19,728- 10,839=
  1. 8,889
  2. 9,889
  3. 9,899
  4. 9,989
  5. 9,999
  1. 13789-(6097+7906)=
  1. -214
  2. -213
  3. -204
  4. 213
  5. 214
  1. 287 X 35 =
  1. 7,415
  2. 9,945
  3. 10,045
  4. 9,045
  5. 10015
  1. 6,879 +96 +68 +9 =
  1. 7,882
  2. 6,782
  3. 6,852
  4. 7,782
  5. 7,852
  1. Compute 22 x64 and then write the answer in roman numerals
  1. MMDCLXIV
  2. MCDVIII
  3. MMCDLXIV
  4. MCDVIII
  5. MMDLIXV
  1. How many prime numbers are there between 10 and 20?
  1. 3
  2. 5
  3. 9
  4. 4
  5. 7
  1. The common multiple of 42,45 and 150 is
  1. 2x3x5x7
  2. 22x3x52x7
  3. 2x32x5x7
  4. 2x32x5x72
  5. 2x3x3x25x7
  1. Change 0.6/0.96 into percentage
  1. 625%
  2. 62.5%
  3. 0.0625%
  4. 0.00625%
  5. 0.625%
  1. Approximate 85,996 to the nearest hundreds
  1. 85,900
  2. 85,990
  3. 85,000
  4. 86,000
  5. 80,000
  1. The largest medicine bottle has a volume of 425 litres 600 millilitres. If the medicine is filled in 70 small equal bottles, each will have?
  1. 1,860
  2. 4,680
  3. 5,806
  4. 6,080
  5. 6,608
  1. Juma and rosa shared shs. 15,000 in the ratio of 11:4, how much did roza get?
  1. 9,000
  2. 10,000
  3. 5,000
  4. 11,000
  5. 4,000
  1. Arusha is found a distance of 12km north of Karanga hospital and sakina is found at 9km east of the hospital, find the distance between them
  1. 15km
  2. 19km
  3. 25km
  4. 3km
  5. 21km
  1. Multiply 3km 250m by 4. Give your answer in centimeters
  1. 12,800cm
  2. 13,000cm
  3. 1,200,000cm
  4. 1,300,000cm
  5. 1,280,000cm

34. A business man sold sugar for three months as follows: In January 1,500 kilograms,February 2,500 kilograms and in March 1,250 kilograms. How many tons of sugar were sold in three months? (1 Ton = 1,000 kilograms)

  1.  4.25 
  2.  425 
  3.  5.25
  4.  6.25 
  5.  5,250.

35. The weight of fruits that were sold at Mikunda market for four consecutive days were as follows:

Day

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Weight(tons)

2

1 ½

½

2 ½

What is the average of kilograms of fruits that were sold at the market per day?

  1.  1,625 kg 
  2.  1,375 kg 
  3.  1,250 kg
  4.  1,500 kg 
  5.  6,500 kg

36. Find the perimeter of the isosceles triangle PQR.

  1.  6 cm 
  2.  14 cm 
  3.  28 cm
  4.  22 cm 
  5.  38 cm

37.Find the area of the following rectangle:

  1. 2 cm2
  2. 8 cm2
  3. 36 cm2
  4. 80 cm2
  5. 20 cm2
  1. Write the missing number in the following sequence 1,4………..16, 25
  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 9
  4. 10
  5. 12
  1. Find the product of prime numbers between 1 and 10
  1. 384
  2. 210
  3. 945
  4. 1,890
  5. 3,840
  1. Zebedayo has 7 cows of milk. Each cow produces five litres of milk daily. How many litres does he get per week?
  1. 215
  2. 225
  3. 235
  4. 245
  5. 255

Work out the following questions by clearly showing your working

  1. Six carpenters make 18 chairs per day. How many chairs will they make in a week?
  2. 2/5 of peoples in a class are girls, if there are 45 pupils, how many girls are there?
  3. Share shs.14400 among six people, what will each get?
  4. A car left Mbagala for mwenge at 7.45 am. If it reached Mwenge at 8.15 am, for how long was it on the way?
  5. Find the width of a rectangle if it has a length of 15cm and a area of 120cm2

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ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
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SCIENCE

TIME :1:30HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 50 questions
  • Answer all questions
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.

SECTION A.

Choose the answer of the most correct answer and write its letter on the spaces provided.

  1. The basic unit of life of all living organisms is
  1. Organ
  2. Cell
  3. Tissue
  4. System
  1. Putting food in the mouth and swallowing it is
  1. Egestion
  2. Digestion
  3. Ingestion
  4. Excreation
  1. Insects breath through
  1. Mouth
  2. Stomata
  3. Spiracles
  4. Gills
  1. in the magnet drawn, letter x represents
  1. north pole
  2. south pole
  3. west pole
  4. east pole.
  1. The enzyme that digests starch is………………………
  1. Pepsin
  2. Amylase
  3. Bile
  4. Rennin
  1. Which of the following is a mammal that can fly
  1. Bird
  2. Bat
  3. Mosquito
  4. Butterfly
  1. An animal that lays eggs in land but lives in water is
  1. Whale
  2. Tortoise
  3. Lizard
  4. Crab
  1. A mammal without sweat gland is
  1. Bat
  2. Whale
  3. Dog
  4. Rat
  1. A plant that produces seeds without flowers is called
  1. Orange
  2. Maize
  3. Mango
  4. Pineapple
  1. The process by which plants make their own food is called
  1. Chlorophil
  2. Transpiration
  3. Photosynthesis
  4. Expiration
  1. Plants make their food mainly through the use of
  1. Stem
  2. Leaves
  3. Roots
  4. Stomata
  1. Which is not a requirement for photosynthesis
  1. Light
  2. Water
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. Oxygen
  1. The green colouring matter found in plants leaves is called
  1. Xanthophil
  2. Chloroplast
  3. Chlorophil
  4. Food
  1. Which gas does plants use at night?
  1. Oxygen
  2. Carbon dioxide
  3. Carbon monoxide
  4. Nitrogen
  1. Which of the following plants does not store its food on the roots
  1. Carrots
  2. Cassava
  3. Yams
  4. Sugar cane
  1. Plants transports water and mineral salts from the soil to the leaves using
  1. Roots
  2. Xylem
  3. Phloem
  4. Veins
  1. In plants, fertilization occurs in
  1. Ovules
  2. Stigma
  3. Ovary
  4. Style
  1. Which part of a flower is brightly coloured?
  1. Sepal
  2. Anther
  3. Petal
  4. Stigma
  1. The transfer of pollen grains from anthers to the stigma is called
  1. Pollution
  2. Fertilization
  3. Ovulation
  4. Pollination
  1. The male gametes of a plant are called
  1. Sperm
  2. Ovules
  3. Pollens
  4. Ovum

MATCH THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BY CHOOSING THE CORRECT ANSWER

LIST A

LIST B

  1. An example of ecology
  2. Sun light
  3. Bacteria and fungus
  4. Lion, cheetah, hyena
  5. Human being, rat, dog
  6. Produces pollen grains
  7. Petal
  8. Stamen
  9. Pistil
  10. ovary
  1. Male part of flower
  2. Carnivores
  3. Help in decomposition
  4. anthers
  5. A pond with fish, small plants, frogs bacteria
  6. Female parts of a flower
  7. Omnivores
  8. Forms a fruit
  9. Source of energy for all organisms
  10. Brightly coloured part

WRITE TRUE FOR A TRUE STATEMENT AND FALSE FOR A FALSE STATEMENT

  1. All mammals have mammary glands……………………..
  2. The study of animals in relation to environment is called ecosystem
  3. A tortoise hides on his shell to escape from predators
  4. A chameleon changes color to appear beautiful….
  5. Plant loose water through the leaves………………
  6. A camel can stay in desert for 40 days without water
  7. A millipede coils to escape from danger
  8. Like poles of a magnet repels each other…………….
  9. All metals are magnetic………………
  10. A computer is more intelligent than a human being…………

Supply the correct answer for question 41-45

  1. An instrument used to measure body temperature is………………………………….
  2. When one sits near fire, he get heat through………………………………………………….
  3. What is health?............................................................................................
  4. The box that contains items for first aid is called………………………………….
  5. Mention two causes of meningitis………………………………………………………

Study the figure below and answer the questions that follow

  1. The part labelled A is called………………………….
  2. In which part are the sperms formed………………………..
  3. Part F is called…………………………………………
  4. Name two functions of urethra………………………….
  5. Name part labelled E.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE SCIENCE EXAM SERIES 20

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
STANDARD FIVE

CIVICS AND MORALS

TIME :1:30HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 50 questions with four sections
  • Answer all questions
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.

SECTION A:MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 

Choose the most correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the brackets provided

1. Which of the following actions show love to people with special needs?

  1. To be rude to them
  2. To be kind to them
  3. To ignore them 
  4. To discriminate them
  5. To isolate them

2. Activities that people do with no pay are called:

  1. Voluntary activities
  2. Children rights
  3. Improper behaviours
  4. Involuntary activities
  5. Bad conducts

3. Which of the following actions can build good reputation of a school?

  1. Disobeying school rules and regulations
  2. Truancy among the pupils
  3. Participating in sports and academic competition 
  4. Stealing of school properties 
  5. Failing in examinations

4. One of the advantages of good relationship among the community members is:

  1. It creates enmity among the people
  2. It creates chaos and wars
  3. It causes conflicts and misunderstanding
  4. It promotes laziness among the people
  5. It brings peace and harmony

5. The accepted ways of doing things in the society are known as:

  1. A. Culture

    B. Religion

    C. Customs

    D. Traditions 

    E. Initiation 

    6. Who is the top most political leader at the ward level?

  1. Chairperson
  2. Ward Secretary
  3. Mayor
  4. Councilor
  5. Ward Executive Officer

7. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of good governance?

  1. Accountability
  2. Rule of Law
  3. Transparency
  4. Globalization
  5. Observing human rights

8. What does the yellow portion on the Tanzania's coat of arms represent?

  1. Mineral resources
  2. People of Africa
  3. Fertile soil 
  4. Wildlife
  5. Natural vegetation

9. The revolutionary government of Zanzibar was formed on:

  1. 12th January 1964
  2. 9th December 1961
  3. 4th April 1964
  4. 9th December 1961
  5. 26th April 1964

10. Who is the secretary of the Ward Development Committee?

  1. Councilor
  2. Ward Educational Coordinator
  3. Mayor
  4. Ward Executive Director 
  5. District Chairperson

11.Who among the following leaders is NOT a member of Ward Development Committee?

  1. Ward councilor
  2. The heads of departments
  3. Regional commissioners
  4. Ward Executive Officer
  5. Chairpersons of villages or streets

12. How many regions are in the United Republic of Tanzania?

  1. A. 21

    B. 31

    C. 35

    D. 26

    E. 25

13.0n 1st May of every year we commemorate:

  1. Karume day
  2. Workers day
  3. Union day
  4. Independence day
  5. Revolution day

14. Who is the head of civil servants in a region is:

  1. Regional Commissioner
  2. Mayor
  3. Regional Accountant
  4. President
  5. Regional Administrative Secretary

15.Which of the following is the newest region in Tanzania?

  1. A. Katavi

    B. Njombe

    C. Songwe 

    D. Geita

    E. Dodoma 

16. Which of the following actions can be done to combat evil acts against children?

  1. Employing children
  2. Denying children with their rights
  3. Living the children in the streets 
  4. Providing unfair punishments to the children 
  5. Maintaining parental care to children

17. Which action among the following does NOT promote good relationship with others in the community?

  1. Respecting every one
  2. Helping others
  3. Telling the truth
  4. To forgive one another
  5. Fighting with others

18. Which one among the following is NOT among the characteristics of a responsible person?

  1. Protecting resources
  2. Obeying rules and regulation
  3. Self-discipline
  4. Stealing others' properties
  5. Managing school and household tasks properly

19.Things that can be used or transformed to bring wealth to a person, family or a country are referred to as:

  1. A. Minerals

    B. Resources

    C. Raw materials 

    D. Economy

    E. Money

    20.A person who represents his/her country in a foreign country is called:

    1. A. Citizen
    2. Refugee
    3. Patriot
    4. Migrant
    5. Ambassador
  2. MATCH THE ITEM IN LIST A WITH THAT IN LIST B

    LIST A

    LIST B

    1. International cooperation
    2. An organization made of former british colonies
    3. The year African union was started
    4. The year first east Africa community collapsed
    5. One indicator of globalization
    6. vision
    7. comparison
    8. efficience
    9. evaluation
    10. working with objectives
    1. doing work within given time frame
    2. looking at aspects of two things
    3. where one or organization wants to be in future
    4. making judgment depending on performance
    5. information technology
    6. working to meet set targets
    7. relationship among countries
    8. UN
    9. League of nations
    10. Common wealth
    11. 1980
    12. 1977
    13. 2000

    For each of the sentences below write true of false depending on the answer

    1. True love is loving oneself………………….
    2. One of basic needs of an individual is love…………………..
    3. Children of both gender must respect and be respected……………..
    4. Some clothes can be worn by both male and female………………
    5. Men are not supposed to participate in cooking of food………………..
    6. The chairman of municipal council and committee of finance is municipal executive
    7. Everybody is responsible for protecting national resources
    8. Cutting trees is one way of taking care of resources
    9. Mineral are very important in generating government revenue
    10. All citizens have a responsibility to protect minerals of the country.
  3. FILL THE BLANKS BELOW WITH THE CORRECT ANSWER

    1. ………….Indicates that a country is mourning………………………
    2. A symbols used to show ownership of things by government is………………
    3. The source of all laws in the country is…………………………………….
    4. Which color in national flag represents resources
    5. The total way of peoples life is……………………..
    6. A person who loves his country is called………………………..
  4. SECTION B: SHORT ANSWERS QUESTIONS 

    Answer the following questions by supplying short answers in the spaces provided

    46. Which national symbol indicates that Tanzania is a sovereign state?________________________

    47. What is the national language of Tanzania?_________________________________________

    48. The increased state of interdependence and interconnectedness among people, companies, governments and institutions all over the world is referred to as

    49. A group of people who live together in a particular place is known as______________________

    50. A wrong or unfair action that is done to someone is referred to as_________________________


LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE CIVICS EXAM SERIES 19

OFISI YA RAIS, TAWALA ZA MIKOA NA SERIKALI ZA MITAA

WIZARA YA ELIMU, SAYANSI NA TEKNOLOGIA

MTIHANI WA MWISHO WA MWAKA DARASA LA TANO

KISWAHILI

MUDA:1:30

JINA_____________________________________SHULE_________________________

MAELEKEZO:

  1. Jibu maswali yote katika kila sehemu ya mtihani huu.
  2. Kumbuka kuandika majina yako.
  3. Hakikisha kazi yako ni nadhifu sana.

SEHEMU A: FASIHI NA MSAMIATI

Chagua jibu sahihi kisha andika herufi yake kwenye mabano

  1. Neno lenye maana sawa na neno "uhasama" ni
  1. Uadui
  2. Uhuru
  3. Uturo
  4. Uzembe
  1. Ni alama ipi ya uandishi kati ya alama zifuatazo huonesha mshangao au mshituko? 
  1. (!)
  2. (?)
  3. (:)
  4. (" " )
  1. Madini ya              yanachibwa mkoani Geita.
  1. Dhahabu
  2. Zahabu
  3. Dhaahabu
  4. Thahabu
  1. Ni kauli ipi husema yale yaliyosemwa na mtu mwingine bila kutumia maneno yaleyale ya msemaji?
  1. Kauli halisi
  2. Kauli taarifa
  3. Kauli tata 
  4. Kauli hai
  1. "Ninapenda wali na samaki", mama alisema. Sentensi hii iko katika kauli gani?
  1. Taarifa
  2. Halisi
  3. Kanushi 
  4. Tata
  1. Watakaochelewa
  1. Wataadhibiwa
  2. Wataazibiwa
  3. Wanasamehewa 
  4. Wanaadhibiwa
  1. Wingi wa neno "kiti" ni
  1. Maviti
  2. Kiti
  3. Viti
  4. Vyeti
  1. Katika neno "Mtalima" kiambishi cha nafsi ni kipi?
  1. — m —
  2. m —
  3. — ta —
  4. — ta
  1. Kiambishi wakati katika neno "Nitafua" ni kipi?
  1. N —
  2. — i —
  3. — t —
  4. — ita —
  1. Neno "Mama" lina silabi ngapi?
  1. 3
  2. 9
  3. 2
  4. 4
  1. Mimi najifunza lugha ya Kiswahili. Sentensi hii ipi katika nafsi ipi?
  1. Nafsi ya III umoja
  2. Nafsi ya II wingi
  3. Nafsi ya I umoja
  4. Nafsi ya II wingi
  1. Mwalimu aliwambia wanafunzi wajisomee. Neno "aliwambia" lina silabi ngapi?
  1. 8
  1. Ngisi, mamba, kamongo, kibua kwa neno moja ni
  1. Wadudu
  2. Vyura
  3. Samaki 
  4. Nyoka
  1. Mziwanda ni mtoto wa ngapi kuzaliwa?
  1. Wa kwanza
  2. wa kati 
  3. wa mwisho
  4. wa dada

15.tutalima shamba la shule.

  1. Yeye
  2. sisi
  3. wao
  4. mimi
  1. Ninyi                 tacheza mpira. Kiambishi kipatanishi ni
  1. Wa —
  2. na —
  3. m —
  4. to —
  1. Wingi wa neno cherehani.
  1. Macherehani
  2. Vyerehani 
  3. Mcherehani
  4. Micherehani
  1. Samwel hakufika shuleni leo_________anaumwa.
  1. Ingawa
  2. lakini
  3. mpaka
  4. Kwa kuwa
  1. Mtu anayefua na kupiga nguo pasi huitwa:
  1. Mhunzi
  2. Dobi
  3. Sonara
  4. Mwashi
  1. Tumesafirisha___________mia mbili yenye mahindi
  1. Miti
  2. Magunia 
  3. Mawe
  4. Vitabu
  1. Nini wingi wa yeyeni
  1. Wewe
  2. wao
  3. Ninyi
  4. Sisi

SEHEMU B: METHALI, NAHAU NA VITENDAWILI

  1. Mama nieleke
  1. Chupi
  2. Kitanda
  3. Taa
  4. Bakuli
  1. Anachora ingawa hajui achoracho
  1. Chaki
  2. Kalamu
  3. Konokono
  4. Nyuki.
  1. Kila mara yeye hutemeba na nyumba yake
  1. Kobe
  2. Konokono
  3. Mpira
  4. Uyoga.
  1. Mgeni asiyependwa
  1. Moto
  2. Upepo
  3. Kifo
  4. Radi.
  1. Nzi hatui juu ya damu ya simba
  1. Maziwa
  2. Bahari
  3. Moto
  4. Ugali moto
  1. Nikiondoka watu hawaonani
  1. Mwangaza
  2. Giza
  3. Jua
  4. Mwezi.
  1. Mimi hula sana lakini sishibi
  1. Moto
  2. Maji
  3. Bahari
  4. Nzige.
  1. Popoo mbili za vuka mto
  1. Popo
  2. Macho
  3. Mwanamke mjamzito
  4. Wingu.
  1. Daima yeye hunifuata niendapo
  1. Jua
  2. Mwezi
  3. Kivuli
  4. Mkia.
  1. Nikitembea watu hulia
  1. Kivuli
  2. Maji
  3. Kifo
  4. Radi.
  1. Ikismama maisha ukwama
  1. Roho
  2. Moyo
  3. Mvua
  4. Hewa.

SEHEMU C: USHAIRI

Soma shairi lifuatalo kisha ujibu maswali hapo chini.

Kazi zote duniani, namba wani mkulima,

Anapita kila fani, hata kama hakusoma,

Kula haendi sokoni, au kuomba kwa Juma,

Zunguka dunia nzima, kazi bora ni kilimo

Maswali

  1. Shairi hili lina mistari mingapi?
  1. 2
  2. 16 
  3. 8
  1. Kichwa cha shairi hili ni __________
  1. Mkulima
  2. Biashara 
  3. Mfanyabiashara 
  4. Mfugaji
  1. Mshororo wa pili wa shairi una mizani_____________
  1. 4
  2. 16
  3. 8

SEHEMU D: UTUNGAJI

Zipange sentensi zifuatazo kwa mtiririko wa mawazo kwa kuzipa herufi A, B, C, D na C

  1. kanga hutaga mayai na kuyaatamia kwa siku ishirini na nane______________
  2. wakianza kuatamia katika siku moja hupishana kutotoa kwa siku saba
  3. hutaga mayai na kuyaatamia kwa siku ishirini na moja___________________
  4. kanga naye ni ndege anayefugwa na binadamu siku hizi
  5. kuku ni ndege anayefugwa na binadamu______________

SEHEMU E: UFAHAMU

Soma kwa makini habari kisha jibu maswali utakayoulizwa.

Ngonjera ni ushairi wa majibizano ambao una pande mbili zinazojibizana kuhusu jambo fulani, upande mmoja huwa sahihi na wa pili huwa umepotoka. Lengo la majibizano ni kuusahihisha upande uliopotoka. Hili linapotokea, ngonjera huwa imefikia kilele chake. Ngonjera zilitumika sana katika uenezaji wa siasa ya ujamaa Tanzania mnamo miaka ya 1970. Ngonjera huwa tofauti kidogo na malumbano kwa sababu katika malumbano, washairi hujibizana, na si lazima wapate suluhisho la majadiliano yao.

MASWALI

  1. kutokana na habari uliyoisoma hapo juu. Ni nini maana ya ngonjera?
  2. ni kipindi kipi ngonjera zilikuwa zikitumika zaidi hasa kufikisha ujumbe kwa siasa ya ujamaa kwa watanzania?
  3. kuna tofauti gani kati ya ngonjera na malumbano?
  4. kwenye ngonjera huwa kuna pande kuu
  5. kichwa cha habari hii ni

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