STANDARD SIX ANNUAL SERIES

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

MATHEMATICS

TIME: 1:30 HRS

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.

For each of the question 1 - 40, wok out the answer then choose the correct option and shade its corresponding letter in the answer form provided.

1. 97871 + 8768= 

A. 106639 

B. 106739

C.10779 

D. 106738 

E. 106638

2. 7256 - 4379= 

A. 8277 

B. 2979 

C. 2877 

D.2873 

E. 2977

3. 345 X 25 = 

A. 7625

B. 7505

C. 8605

D. 8525 

E. 8625

4. 7416 ÷ 24 = 

A. 219

B.309 

C. 319 

D. 39 

E. 209

5. 92/7 - 61/5-11/2 =

A. 41/2

B. 441/70 

C. 41/70 

D. 440/70 

E. 41/3

6. 75/8 + 32/5 =

A:101/4 

B. 111/4 

C. 111/40 

D. 11/40 

E. 41/11

7. 225 + 59 + 3,772 =

  1.  4,046            
  2.  3,956
  3.  4,086
  4.  4,057             
  5.  3,946

8. 80,709 - 5,987 =

  1.  75,882           
  2.  74,722
  3. 75,922
  4. 74,812
  5. 75,722

9.170.2 ÷ 74 =

  1. 2.30 
  2. 2.40
  3. 2.03
  4. 3.02
  5. 3.20 

10. 94 × 765 =

  1.  71,910
  2. 71,470
  3. 61,470
  4. 71,610
  5. 71,510

11.52/3 - 21/4=

  1. A 32/12  
  2.  3 4/12
  3.  3 11/12
  4. 3  5/12
  5. 3 7/12

12. (+17) + (-35) =

  1. -52 
  2. -18
  3. 18
  4. 42 
  5. 52

13. 16https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1569997852_mathematics-psle-2015_files/image016.png÷ 6https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1569997852_mathematics-psle-2015_files/image017.png=

  1. 16/6
  2. 19/3
  3. 33/2
  4. 99/38
  5. 99/19

14. 7,590 ÷ 15 =

  1. 516
  2. 56
  3. 506
  4. 65 
  5. 605

15. 30.24 ÷ 12 =

  1. 2,520
  2. 25.20
  3. 252
  4. 2.52
  5. 0.252

16. 19.62 + 6.35 + 21.1 =

  1. 47.70
  2. 47.98
  3. 46.07
  4. 46.98
  5. 47.07

17. Ifm= -7 andn= -5, find the value of

https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/30996_custom_files/img1569769137.png

  1. -12
  2. 2
  3. 1
  4. 6
  5. -6

18.Find the product of the prime numbers between 1 and 10.

  1. 384
  2. 210
  3. 945
  4. 1,890
  5. 3,840

19. Find the Greatest Common Factor (G.C.F) of 12, 24 and 36.

  1. 6
  2. 12
  3. 24
  4. 36
  5. 72


20. Simplify 3(m-n) + 5n- 7m.

  1. 4m - 2n
  2. -4m - 2n
  3. 2n - 4m
  4. 3m - 3n
  5. -4m - 8n

21. How manyhttps://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1569757219_mathematics-psle-2015_files/image030.pngare there inhttps://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1569757219_mathematics-psle-2015_files/image031.png

  1. 45/9
  2. 132/3
  3. 9/41
  4. 9
  5. 41

22. Change the roman number CMXCIX into a normal numeral.

  1. 9,999
  2. 99
  3. 999
  4. 99,999
  5. 999,999

23. Write the missing number in the sequence:1, 4, ___, 16, 25.

  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 9
  4. 10
  5. 12

24. Find the Lowest Common Multiple (L.C.M)of 6, 9 and 12.

  1. 3
  2. 36
  3. 54
  4. 72
  5. 108

25. Find the value of A if 2https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1569757219_mathematics-psle-2015_files/image032.png:A= 12:48.

  1. 4
  2. 8
  3. 9
  4. 12
  5. 48

26. Five people can dig 15m trench in 4 days. If the 15m trench is to be dug in 2 days. How many people are required? 

A. 10 

B. 5 

C. 20 

D. 8

E. 9

  1. Justine use 2/3 of his salary for food, and remained with 50,0001= shillings. Calculate the total salary. 

A. 150,000/= 

B. 120,000/= 

C. 160,000/= 

D. 170,000/= 

E. 105,000/=

  1. Sofia bought the following items in the supermarket

5kg of sugar @ 2800/=10 packets of salt @ 3,5001= 5 litters of cooking oil for 28,000/=and she paid 13,000/= for the bus fare. If she had 12 note of 10,000/= how much money did she remain with? 

A. 90,000/= 

B. 95,000/= 

C. 30,000/= 

D. 77,000/= 

E. 64,000/=

  1. In the class of 80 pupils, 3/5 of pupils are boys. How many girls are there in the class?

A.48 

B. 22 

C.32 

D. 80

E. 38

  1. The age of the father is 5 times the age of the son. If the sum of their ages is 120 years. Find the age of the father. 

A. 120years 

B. 20years 

C. 100 years 

D. 25 years 

E. 110 years.

  1. Find the volume of the following figure in cm3.(use n=22/7)

A.660cm3

B. 1320cm3

C. 3520cm3

D. 4620cm3

E. 4720cm3

  1. Janeth bought a radio at 360,000/= and sold it at a price of 240,000/= after six months. Calculate the percentage loss in this transaction.

A.20%

B. 33.3%

C. 50% 

D. 60%

E. 10%

33.Find the area of the following rectangle:

  1. 2 cm2
  2. 8 cm2
  3. 36 cm2
  4. 80 cm2
  5. 20 cm2

34. Find the diameter of the following cylinder if its volume is 61.6 cm3. (Use????=22/7)

  1. 1.4 cm
  2. 1.96 cm
  3. 2.8 cm
  4. 6.16 cm
  5. 3.92 cm

35.Zebedayo has 7 cows for milk. If each cow gives 5 litres of milk every day, how many litres of milk does she get per week?

  1.  215 
  2.  225 
  3.  235
  4.  245 
  5.  255


36. Perima has the following notes and coins of Tanzanian currency: 2 notes @ shs. 10,000; 3 notes @ shs. 5,000; 4 notes @ shs. 2,000; 5 notes @ shs. 1,000 and 10 notes @ 500. Also, he has 5 coins each of shs.200 and 4 coins each of shs. 100.How many shillings does he have in total?

  1.   58,400/=      
  2.   54,400/=        
  3.   19,800/=
  4.   34,400/=      
  5.   48,400/=

37.Musa deposited money in a bank that gives 5 percent interest rate for one year. If he deposited the money for a period of one year and gets an interest of 2,500 shillings, how much did he deposit in the bank?

  1.  sh. 5,000 
  2.  sh. 50,000 
  3.  sh. 500,000 
  4.  sh. 50,005 
  5.  sh. 5,005

38. Kazaroho answered correctly 45 out 50 questions in Kiswahili examination. What percentage did Kazaroho get?

  1.  95 
  2.  45 
  3.  5
  4. 50 
  5. 90


39. Maendeleo Primary School has a meeting room which is 12 meters in length and has a width of 5.5 meters. If inside the room, there is an area of 2.5 m2allocated for keeping various documents, find the remaining area.

  1.   66 m2  
  2.  68.5 m2 
  3.  62.5 m2
  4.  63.5 m2
     
  5.  53.5 m2

40. Moga and Juma shared one hundred twenty five thousand shillings in the ratio of 2:3 respectively. How much did Juma get?

  1.  25,000/= 
  2.  50,000 
  3. 62,500/=
  4. 75,000/= 
  5. 100,000/=

SECTION B

For each of the questions 41 — 45, find the answer of each question by showing all working clearly on the answer sheet provided.



The figure below shows how pupils at the Mtakuja primary school made subjects choices. If the school has registered 720 pupils, how many pupils like Mathematics?

42. If the perimeter of the rectangle below is 46cm. Find its area

43. The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 90. Find the square of the first number.

  1. Find the value of X from the equation X— 3 (12 + 10) = 5
  2. Divide 21 tons and 45 kilograms by 5

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD SIX MATHEMATICS EXAM SERIES 26

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

SOCIAL STUDIES

TIME: 1:30 HRS

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.

SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Choose the correct answer and write its letter in the brackets

1. Which of the following is a political historical event?

  1.  Famine 

  2.  marriage

  3.  birthday 

  4.  independence 

  5.  funeral

2. One advantage of oral tradition as a method of keeping historical records is__________________

  1. It entertains
  2.  exaggeration
  3. keeps records for a few years
  4. easy to forget
  5.  bias

3. Re-using waste plastic containers is called

  1. A .Collection 

    B. manufacturing

    C. disposing

    D. recycling 

    E. dumping

4. High humidity leads to formation of

  1.  Lakes 

    B. wind 

    C. forest 

    D. rainfall

    E. pressure

5. Spreading of gospel among Africans was the work of

  1. Kings
  2. Chiefs
  3. missionaries 
  4. explorers 
  5. traders

6. One way of protecting land is to practice

  1. Overstocking 
  2. Monoculture
  3. contour ploughing 
  4. overgrazing 
  5. deforestation

7. Majimaji war (rebellion) ended in the year 

  1. 2000
  2. 1906
  3. 1907
  4. 1909
  5. 1999

8. Story telling was mainly done by the ……..in the past. 

A. Aunts 

B. grandparents

C. children

D. traders 

E. class teachers

9. Which one of the following is not among the effects of land pollution?

  1. Drought
  2. Fertility 
  3. soil erosion
  4. infertility
  5. diseases

10. Which one among the following was not a reason that led to failure of resistance in Tanganyika?

  1. Natural hazards 
  2. poor Africans weapons 
  3. betrayal
  4. disunity 
  5. unity

11. Sitting on a mat while eating is mainly the custom of

  1. lake region people
  2. coastal people 
  3. Meru 
  4. Kinga 
  5. Chagga people

12. Keeping few animals on land makes them produce……….products. 

  1. poor 
  2. quality
  3. waste
  4. low 
  5. quality

13. The head of family is

  1. mother 
  2. father 
  3. all family member 
  4. Aunt
  5. first born

14. The boundaries of East Africa were completely marked in…

  1. 1886
  2. 1894
  3. 1840
  4. 1891
  5. 1894

15. Moving air is called………

  1. erosion 
  2. transportation 
  3. deflation 
  4. breeze
  5. wind

16. Changing water into vapour is called

  1. Precipitation 
  2. Condensation
  3. transpiration
  4. evaporation
  5. percolation

17. Supplying crops with artificial water is known as…..

  1. mulching 
  2. pastoralism
  3. irrigation
  4. weeding 
  5. farming

18. The famous place where one can view a meteorite in Tanzania is

  1. Moshi
  2. Mwanza 
  3. any place 
  4. Lindi 
  5. Mbozi

19. Chief Isike was a leader of……………..

  1. Ngoni 
  2. Nyamwezi 
  3. Sukuma 
  4. Chagga

20. Most of Tanzanian are………… 

  1. civil workers
  2. bankers
  3. doctors 
  4. peasants
  5. fishermen

SECTION B: MATCHING ITEMS QUESTIONS

MATCH THE WORDS IN LIST A WITH THOSE IN LIST B AND WRITE THE CORRECT ANSWER

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Anemometer
  2. Barometer
  3. Construction minerals
  4. Energy source minerals
  5. Gemstones
  6. Hygrometer
  7. Industrial minerals
  8. Rain gauge
  9. Sunshine recorder
  10. Thermometer
  1. Coal, aluminium and petroleum
  2. Used to measure direction of wind and strength
  3. Diamonds, tanzanite, ruby, garnets, pearly
  4. Aggregates, gravel, sand, dimensional stones
  5. Limestone, soda ash, gypsum, salt, phosphates
  6. Used to measure cloud cover
  7. Gold, iron ore, nickel, copper, cobalt and silver
  8. Aggregates, gold, silver, diamonds and uranium
  9. Used to measure air pressure
  10. Used to measure speed of wind
  11. Used to measure amount of rainfall
  12. Used to measure amount of moisture
  13. Used to measure amount of sun rays or sunlight received in a day
  14. Used to measure temperature of a specific area.

SECTION C: SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS AND TRUE AND FALSE

FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE CORRECT ANSWER

  1. An instrument used to measure wind direction is called……………………………….
  2. Passing information from one person to another is called…………………………………
  3. The first fortress was built by Portuguese in ………………………………………………….
  4. Name the place where the skull of earlier man was discovered……………………………….
  5. Kwame Nkrumah was  the first president of which country?.................................................................

FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING STAEMENT, WRITE TRUE FOR A CORRECT STATEMENT AND FALSE FOR A FALSE STATEMENT

  1. A period of ten years is called a millennium……………………………………………..
  2. In Tanzania, Umwinyi system was practiced along the coast…………………………..
  3. Planting of trees is called deforestation………………………………………………..
  4. Temperature and precipitation are elements of weather………………………………….
  5. In a map a compass shows the distance from the sea…………………………………….

SECTION D: PASSAGE

A hero is someone who does something great and beneficial for his or her society. There are many people who have devoted themselves in fighting for the African continent in the last decades. They fought against oppression, colonialism, poverty, corruption, environmental degradation among others. All these are considered to be heroes of Africa.

  1. The leader of Hehe who resisted against the germans was called……………………………
  2. He led the nyamwezi to fight against the colonist, who was he?..........................................................
  3. Name a chief form Rhodesia who fought against the colonists………………………………
  4. Name a hero form former Zaire who was founder and president of Congolese national movement……………..
  5. The founder member of organization for African Union was…………………………..

SECTION E: SHORT ANSWERS QUESTIONS 

Answer the questions below by writing the correct answers in the space provided 

46. The special buildings or places which are designed to preserve historical items are called

47. The skull that is believed to be of the earliest man was discovered in 1959 by Dr. Louis Leakey at a place known as

48. In which region is Kondoa Irangi historical site found?__________________________________

49. The process of collecting and storing information of the historical events is called

50. Why is Kinjekitile Ngwale unforgettable in the history of our country?

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

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

TIME: 1:30 HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of50 questions in four sections
  • Answer all questions from this paper
  • 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.

SECTION A. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Select the correct answer from the choices given

  1. After the union of the egg and sperm in the fallopian tube, the fertilized egg is called
  1. neonate
  2. zygote
  3. foetus
  4. embryo
  5. baby
  1. Which one of the following is not a chemical change
  1. heating sugar
  2. burning a piece of paper
  3. rusting of iron
  4. dissolving salt in water
  5. ripening of fruits
  1. Which method of separating mixtures requires heating
  1. decanting
  2. sieving
  3. winnowing
  4. distillation
  5. picking
  1. Use of toilets, washing hands before eating, boiling drinking water and use of clean utensils can prevent all the following diseases except. 
  1. typhoid
  2. diarrhea
  3. vomiting
  4. cholera
  5. malaria
  1. Root hairs of a plant absorb water from the soil by a process called 
  1. transpiration
  2. diffusion
  3. photosynthesis
  4. osmosis
  5. translocation
  1. Grass —> grasshopper —> chicken —> hawk .In food chain, grasshopper is a 
  1. Producer
  2. primary consumer
  3. tertiary consumer
  4. secondary consumer
  5. decomposer
  1. Which of the following process causes temperature rise in the surrounding 
  1. evaporation
  2. freezing
  3. condensation
  4. deposition
  5. radiation
  1. Which of the following minerals is needed to build strong bones and teeth 
  1. chloride
  2. iron
  3. iodine
  4. calcium
  5. nitrogen
  1. Which one of the following pairs of levers has effort between load and fulcrum
  1. wheelbarrow, see saw
  2. spade, fishing rod
  3. crowbar, scissors
  4. tongs, pliers
  5. spade and crowbar
  1. The process of getting rid of undigested food in human digestive system is 
  1. ingestion
  2. faeces
  3. constipation
  4. digestion
  5. egestion
  1. Which of the following parts of the heart has thicker walls
  1. left auricle
  2. right auricle
  3. right ventricle
  4. left ventricle
  5. upper chamber
  1. In which part of the flower does fertilization takes place?
  1. anther
  2. stigma
  3. pollen tube
  4. ovary
  5. petals
  1. A plastic material attracts small pieces of papers. This is a demonstration ofelectricity. 
  1. current
  2. static
  3. Chemical
  4. stored
  5. mechanical
  1. In scientific investigation , hypothesis is 
  1. Conclusion
  2. Data
  3. prediction
  4. imagination
  5. theory
  1. The following are cold blooded animals except
  1. Frog
  2. duck
  3. crocodile
  4. tortoise
  5. snake
  1. Fruits and vegetables are important in our diet because they
  1. build our body
  2. keep our body warm
  3. Strengthen our bones
  4. gives us energy
  5. protect our body against diseases
  1. Oxygen gas is needed in the following processes except ... 
  1. Rusting
  2. germination
  3. burning
  4. Photosynthesis
  5. respiration
  1. Lack of………….. causes goiter. 
  1. calcium
  2. oxygen
  3. Sulphur
  4. Iodine
  5. iron

19. The process of plants to grow towards the sources of light is called 

  1. hydrotropism..........
  2. phototropism
  3. Chemotropism
  4. transpiration
  5. geotropism...........

20. Weight of a substance is measured by 

  1. Grams
  2. kilograms
  3. newton
  4. joule
  5. spring balance

SECTION B. MATCHING ITEMS QUESTIONS

MATCH THE ITEMS IN LIST A WITH THOSE IN LIST B BY WRITING THE CORRECT ANSWER.

LIST A

LIST B

  1. The part of a flower where fertilization occur
  2. The female parts of a flower
  3. The study of environment
  4. The feeding stageof butterfly
  5. The ability of chameleone to change color
  6. Bending of light
  7. The process of removing magnetic property
  8. A part of computer that imputs data
  9. A program that can destroy files in a computer
  10. A device that makes work easier
  1. Tool
  2. Machine
  3. Change
  4. Camouflage
  5. Reflection
  6. Refraction
  7. Magnetizing
  8. Demagnetizing
  9. Keyboard
  10. Mouse
  11. Pistil
  12. Anther
  13. Stigma
  14. Ecology
  15. Ecosystem
  16. Pupa
  17. Larva
  18. Virus
  19. software

SECTION C. FILL BLANKS AND TRUE AND FALSE

WRITE TRUE FOR A CORRECT STATEMENT AND FALSE FOR INCORRECT STATEMENT

  1. Thin leaves helps to increase water loss………………………………..
  2. Sisal is example of a plant that sores water in leaves
  3. The thorns of cactus are its leaves……………
  4. A device used to measure electric resistance is called ammeter…
  5. If you remove one bulb in a circuit in parallel arrangement, others will continue to light………………………..

FILL THE BLANKS WITH THE CORRECT ANSWER

  1. The flow of electricity in a circuit is called……………………….
  2. An example of a plant that has seeds but do not remove flowers is………………….
  3. In female, fertilization takes place in…………………………….
  4. A grasshopper has……………….life cycles
  5. The change of matter from one state to another is caused by change in……….

THE DIAGRAM BELOW SHOWS A DIAGRAM FOR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

Name the parts where,

  1. Digestion of fats starts
  2. Salivary amylase is produced
  3. Undigested food material is stored
  4. Bile juice is produced
  5. Absorption of food takes place.

SECTION D. STRUCTURE QUESTIONS

46. Anything that simplifies work is called…………………………….

47. The chemical formula H2O stands for a compound called…………..

48. An embryo is connected to the placenta by…………………………

49. The blood vessel that supplies blood to the heart muscles is called…….

50. The type of soil with the highest drainage is……………………………

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ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
STANDARD SIX

CIVICS AND MORALS

TIME: 1:30 HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 50 questions
  • Answer all questions in all sections
  • 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. A person who represents his/her country in a foreign country is called:

  1. Citizen
  2. Leader
  3. A diplomat
  4. Patriot
  5. An ambassador

2. What is the meaning of publicizing our nation?

  1. To love our nation
  2. To protect our national resources
  3. To work for our nation
  4. To remember former leaders of our country
  5. To make our nation known by people from other nations

3. Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of parents towards ensuring the welfare of the family?

  1. Providing children with basic needs 
  2. Teaching children immoral acts
  3. Paying school fees for their children 
  4. Providing security to family members
  5. Educating the children on good morals
  6. Playing

4. Who is the leader of all government activities in the parliament of Tanzania?

  1. Speaker
  2. Vice President
  3. Clerk of the parliament 
  4. President
  5. Prime Minister

5. Which of the following government organs is responsible for making the laws of our country?

  1. President
  2. Executive
  3. Court
  4. Judiciary
  5. Legislature

6. What is the meaning of social welfare?

  1. Hardship in the society
  2. Being rich
  3. Social conflicts
  4. Poverty in the society
  5. Social wellbeing

7. Which of the following is the way of helping people with visual impairment?

  1. Isolating them
  2. Giving them wheel chairs
  3. Denying them with their rights
  4. Jailing them
  5. Providing them with walking sticks

8. Which one among the following is NOT a national value of Tanzania?

A. Peace

B. Unity

C. Solidarity 

D. Selfishness 

E. humanity

9. When did Zanzibar attain false independence from the British?

  1. 12th January 1964
  2. 26th April 1964
  3. 10th December 1963
  4. 9th December 1961
  5. 9th December 1962
     

10. The governing system that observes rule of law and human rights is called:

  1. Good governance
  2. Local government
  3. Dictatorship
  4. Poor leadership
  5. Multiparty system

11. Who among the following is NOT a member of the cabinet of Tanzania?

  1. The president
  2. Prime Minister
  3. Speaker
  4. Vice president
  5. Attorney General

12. There are_______________types of democracy.

  1. Three

  2.  Six

  3.  Four

  4.  Five

  5.  Two

13. The act of being ready to accept a defeat during election and being ready to be challenged by leaders of other political parties is termed as:

  1. Good government
  2. Political struggle
  3. Democracy
  4. Political tolerance
  5. Political strategy

14. Which action among the following promotes good governance at school?

  1. Electing school prefects
  2. Breaking school rules
  3. Misuse of school properties
  4. Punishing pupils severely 
  5. Destroying school resources


15. An elected member of parliament represents an administrative area known as:

  1. Ward
  2. Village
  3. Constituency
  4. Division
  5. District

16. A statement that explains the goals and targets that a school is committed to achieve is called:

  1. School song
  2. School emblem
  3. School calendar
  4. School motto
  5. School vision

17. Zanzibar revolution day is commemorated on____________every year.

  1. 12th January
  2. 9th December
  3. 12th April
  4. 26th April
  5. 25th February

18. Who is the principal assistant to the President of the United Republic of Tanzania?

  1. Prime Minister
  2. Attorney General
  3. Speaker
  4. Vice President
  5. President of Zanzibar

19. The District Commissioner is directly answerable to the:

  1. District Executive Director
  2. District Council Chairperson
  3. District Administrative Secretary 
  4. Regional Administrative Secretary
  5. Regional Commissioner

20. The public holiday which is commemorated on 8th August each year is called:

  1. Workers' Day
  2. Nyerere Day
  3. Karume Day
  4. Peasants' Day
  5. Independence day

Match the item in column A with those in list B by selecting the corresponding item from column B.

Column A

Column B

  1. Independency day
  2. May day
  3. Karume day
  4. Zanzibar day.
  5. Nyerere day
  6. Nane nane
  7. Human rights watch
  8. Amnesty international
  9. Childrens defence fund
  10. Commission for human rights and good governance
  11. TAMWA
  1. 1st may
  2. 7th april
  3. 8th august
  4. 7th july
  5. 26th april
  6. 14th oct
  7. 9th December
  8. 12th January
  9. Campaign for international recognized human rights for all
  10. Eliminates all forms of discrimination against women and other marginalized groups
  11. Lift children out of poverty and protect them from abuse
  12. Challenges government and those in power to end abusive practices and respect human rights
  13. Promote an environment guaranteeing equal rights and access to all by focusing on vulnerable and marginalized groups.

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

  1. The president is the chief of state and head of government…………………………
  2. The arm of government that maintains law and order is the police……………..
  3. The vice president of Tanzania appoints the prime minister…………………….
  4. A good leader should be proud……………………………………………
  5. Only politicians should benefit from national resources…………………………………..

FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE CORRECT ANSWER

  1. A PERSON who leads or commands a group of organization is called…………
  2. Children form a special group of people………………………………………
  3. Workers day is also called………………………………………..
  4. Tanganyika got her independence in……………………………………
  5. A state of being free is called……………………………

READ THE PASSAGE BELOW AND ANSWER QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOWS

Tanzania celebrates independence in 9th December every year. This day marks the end of british colonial rule. This independence was gained in 1961. Tanzanians normally celebrate this day by going to national stadium in Dar Es salaam to witness military parade, watch traditional dances and listen to speeches from national leaders.

  1. Who colonized Tanzania?..............................................................................
  2. During independence day celebrations, who is the guest of honor?......................
  3. Celebrations normaly takes place in……………………………………….
  4. Name two things that happens during national celebrations
  5. Who was the first prime minister of Tanganyika…………………………

SECTION B: SHORT ANSWERS QUESTIONS 

Write the correct answers in the space provided

46. Being truthful to oneself and others is called…………………………………….

47. Two examples of groups of people with special needs are…………………………and …………………………

48. Who appoints the Prime Minister in the republic of Tanzania………………………………………………………

49. The love of ones country is called……………………………………………………

50. One occasion where the national flag is hoisted half mask is…………………………………………….

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD SIX CIVICS EXAM SERIES 23

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

ENGLISH

TIME: 1:30 HRS

NAME_____________________________________SCHOOL_________________________

INSTRUCTIONS

  • THIS paper consists of 45 questions with sections A,B and C
  • 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.

Fill the blank space with the correct word in question 16 and 17

  1. Ocholla is _________ in the garden
  1. diging
  2. dig
  3. dug
  4. digging
  1. Mary ____________ writing a letter
  1. have
  2. was
  3. were
  4. had
  1. choose the correctly punctuated sentence
  1. I live at parklands in nairobi.
  2. I live at Parklands in nairobi
  3. I live at Parklands in Nairobi
  4. ilive at parklands in Nairobi

4.

  1. Mt. Kenya is near nyeri
  2. Mt. Kenya is near Nyeri
  3. Mt Kenya is near nyeri
  4. Mt kenya is Near Nyeri

Complete the sentences with the correct word

  1. It _________ rains in the desert
  1. Rarely
  2. Often
  3. Always
  4. never
  1. The teacher on duty said, “ ________ come to school early.”
  1. Rarely
  2. Often
  3. Always
  4. never

Replace the underlined word with its opposite

  1. She bought an expensive dress
  1. Beautiful
  2. Smart
  3. Dear
  4. cheap
  1. They  live in an ancient building
  1. old
  2. permanent
  3. storey
  4. modern

Give one word for the following

  1. cups, plates, saucers, bows ___________
  1. utensils
  2. crockery
  3. furniture
  4. kitchen
  1. A vessel where flowers are kept is a ___________
  1. vase
  2. pot
  3. bottle
  4. cup

Choose the correct word to fill the blank space

  1. Elephant is to trumpet as pig is to ______
  1. quack
  2. hum
  3. grunt
  4. beat
  1. Lion is to roar as donkey is to_______
  1. hiss
  2. bray
  3. crow
  4. neigh
  1. Water is to thirst as food is to
  1. anger
  2. sleep
  3. hunger
  4. play

Choose the plural of the sentences given

  1. He is my brother
  1. They are my brother
  2. They are our brother
  3. They are my brothers
  4. They are our brothers
  1. This is a big car
  1. This are big cars
  2. These are big cars
  3. These is big cars
  4. These are a big cars

A Use the correct verb in each sentence

  1. I ………___ near the teacher's desk 
  1. Seat
  2. Sit
  3. Sitting
  4. sits
  1. Sheher teeth every morning. 
  1. Brush
  2. Brushes
  3. Brushed
  4. brushese

18Joel and Molly__the tennis

  1. played
  2. plays
  3. playes
  4. play
  1. We……………paper bags severally. 
  1. Used
  2. Uses
  3. Use
  4. Using.
  1. He…………his new clothing every day. 
  1. Bring
  2. Brings
  3. Brought
  4. bringing
  1. They………broken windows. 
  1. Replace
  2. Replaced
  3. Replaces
  4. replacing

22. We_____to keep our town clean. 

  1. wanting
  2. wanted
  3. wants
  4. want
  1. He ………his flower pot twice a week .
  1. Watered
  2. Waters
  3. Water
  4. watering
  1. It…….about three hours to reach there. 
  1. Took
  2. Takes
  3. Take
  4. taking
  1. They………._their lunch everyday. 
  1. Carry
  2. Carries
  3. Carried
  4. carrying
  1. Hope has…………..all the water in the can. 
  1. Drank
  2. Drinking
  3. Drunk
  4. dranks
  1. I always ……..fluent English. 
  1. Speak
  2. Spoke
  3. Spokes
  4. speaks
  1. Oscar was___________by a lion. 
  1. Bitten
  2. Bite
  3. Battened
  4. bites
  1. Someone has ……….my book.
  1. Took
  2. Taken
  3. Take
  4. Taking.
  1. The……….of this jewellery is high. 
  1. Cost
  2. Costs
  3. Costing
  4. costed

SECTION B (6 Marks)

VOCABULARY

  1. A person who writes books
  1. Publisher
  2. Author
  3. Writer
  4. Teacher
  1. An individual who sells flowers
  1. Flower girl
  2. Florist
  3. Flowerist
  4. Vendor
  1. A person who sells fish
  1. Fish seller
  2. Fisher
  3. Fishmonger
  4. Fisherman
  1. A person who repairs boats
  1. Cobbler
  2. Cobbier
  3. Captain
  4. Engineer
  1. A person who makes pots and cups
  1. Cutler
  2. Potter
  3. Modeler
  4. Sculptor
  1. A man who writes newspapers
  1. Journal
  2. Journalist
  3. Journalism
  4. Newsprinter
  1. A person who sells drugs is called
  1. Dentist
  2. Chemistry
  3. Pharmacist
  4. Doctor
  1. A person who repairs water pipes is called
  1. Plumber
  2. Piper
  3. Poter
  4. Plum
  1. A specialist of the eyes
  1. Dentist
  2. Optician
  3. Eyelist
  4. Doctor
  1. A person who deals with precious stones is called
  1. Precisioner
  2. Jewely
  3. Jeweler
  4. Gold digger

SECTION C (4 Marks) COMPOSITION

This section has four mixed sentences. Arrange the sentences so as to make a good composition by giving them letters A-D. Shade the letters of the correct answer in the special answer sheet.

  1. While in Dar es Salaam, they wrote about what they-had seen there.
  2. When they returned home, they told their friends about their enjoyable trip.
  3. Ali and his friend's were excited about their trip to Dar es Salaam Trade fair.
  4. At the Trade Fair, they saw a lot of displays,:

SECTION D (10 Marks) COMPREHENSION

Read the following passage careful and then answer the questions that follows by writing the correct answer in the space provided. Use a blue or black ink pen.

There was a man who was cruel. He beat his Wife and children whenever he was angry. Everybody hated him.

One day his youngest daughter went to fetch water from the river. Unfortunately she took her father's porridge calabash by mistake. When she reached the river without looking she dropped the calabash into the river. On realizing the mistake she was very upset and desperately followed it as it went away. At last she was in a part of the river which was filled with crocodiles. There she was to swim to rescue it.

An old man saw her doing this and went home with her. He told her that she had risked her life when trying to get the calabash. When her father heard this he was as very sorry as. he promised never to be cruel to his family again.

Questions

45. Everyone hated the man because------------------

46. The youngest daughter dropped her father's calabash into the river by-----

47. Why was the daughter very upset?--------------

48. The daughter swam because she wanted to--------------

49. When the man told the daughter's father the risk his daughter had taken to save the calabash, father promised

50. What did you learn from the story

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD SIX ENGLISH EXAM SERIES 22

OFISI YA RAIS, TAWALA ZA MIKOA NA SERIKALI ZA MITAA

WIZARA YA ELIMU, SAYANSI NA TEKNOLOGIA

MTIHANI WA MWISHO WA MWAKA DARASA LA NNE

KISWAHILI

MUDA:1:30

JINA_____________________________________SHULE_________________________

MAELEKEZO

1. Karatasi hii ina sehernu A,B,C,D na E zenye jumla ya maswali 45

2. Jibu maswali yote katika kila sehemu

SEHEMUA (Mama 20)

SARUFI

Katika swali is 1-20, weka kivuli katika herufi ya jibu iililosahihi katika fomu yako ya kujibia.

  1. Neno lipi kati ya haya halilandani na mengine? 
  1. Tembe 
  2. Kibanda 
  3. Msonge 
  4. Ghorofa 
  5. Daraja
  1. Katika sentensi ifuatayo neno lipi limetumika kama kiwakilishi? "hicho ulichotaka sikupata".
  1. Ulichotaka
  2. Hicho
  3. Sitapata
  4. Nitapata
  5. .Lichochukuwa
  1. Mtu anayesimamia kazi za shambani anaitwaje? 
  1. Msimamizi 
  2. Mkuu 
  3. Nokoa 
  4. Mnyapara 
  5. Kiongozi
  1. Ni sentensi ipi iliyo sahihi kimuundo kati ya zifuatazo?
  1. Amenunua redio Juma
  2. Juma redio amenunua 
  3. Amenunua juma redio 
  4. Juma amenunua redio 
  5. Redio amenunua juma

5. Kisawe cha neno "bahati" ni kipi kati ya haya yafuatayo

  1. Tunu
  2. Hidaya
  3. Shani
  4. Sudi
  5. Hiba

6. "Nguo yangu imechafuka sana" wingi wa sentensi hiyo ni upi?

  1. Nguo yangu imechafuka sana
  2.  Nguo yetu zimechafuka sana
  3.  Nguo zetu zimechafuka sana 
  4. Nguo zao zimechafuka sana 
  5. Nguo yetu imechafuka sana

7. Lima na Omani wanatembea kivivu. Neno ‘kivivu" limetumika kama aina gani ya neno? 
A. KieleziB)KivumishiC)NominoD) KiwakilishiE) Kionyeshi

8. Mgeni aliondoka alipofika……….kuaga

  1. Licha ya
  2. Pasi ya
  3. Bila kwa
  4. Bila na
  5. Bila ya

9. Unaponyumbulisha neno "apiza"unapata nomino ipi?

  1. Kiapo
  2. Pizo
  3. Apizika
  4. Waapizo
  5. Apizana

10. Sikuweza kutambua ni nani amelala kitandani kwa sababu alijifunika shuka

  1. Lote
  2. Zima
  3. Zama
  4. Gubigubi
  5. Tororo

11. Alisema hajisikii vizuri. Kauli halisi ya sentensi hii ni ipi?

  1. "hajisikii vizuri"
  2. "anajisikia vizuri"
  3. "najisikia vizuri"
  4. "nilijisikia vizuri"
  5. "sijisikii vizuri"

12. Neno lipi linakamilisha sentensi ifuatayo? Kama kazi ingalifanywa na mtu mmoja.................kumaliza.

  1. Asingeweza
  2. Asingaliweza
  3. Angailweza
  4. Asingeliweza 
  5. Angeliweza

13. Katika neno "hatukukamilisha" kiambishi kinachoonyesha nafsi ni kipi?

  1. ka- 
  2. a. ta- -
  3. ha- 
  4. – sha- 
  5. -tu-

14. Alfajiri na mapema tuliondoka ukumbini. Mzizi katika neno lilllopigiwa mstari ni upi?

  1. Undo 
  2. Ondok 
  3. Ondoka 
  4. londok 
  5. Uondoka

15. Umoja wa sentensi "ndege hawa wanakunywa maji ni

  1. Ndege hii inakunywa maji
  2. Dege hill inakunywa may
  3. Ndege yule__anakunwa maji
  4. Ndege huyu hakunywa maji
  5. Ndege huyu anakunywa maji

16. Neno lipi ni tofauti na maneno mengine kati ya yafuatayo?

  1. Seng'enge
  2. Wigo
  3. Barabara
  4. Ukuta
  5.  Ukingo

17. Neno "MWANAFUNZI" lipo katika upatanisho wa ngeli aina gani?

  1. I-ZI
  2. LI-YA
  3. U-YA
  4. A-WA
  5. U-ZI

18. "Ala kumbe! Aliondoka jana jioni?" Kihisishi ni kipi katika maneno yafuatayo? 

  1. Ala kumbe! 
  2. Aliondoka 
  3. Kumbe 
  4. Ala 
  5. Jana

19. Ili tuvune mazao bora…………. tulime kwa juhudi na maarifa.

  1. Ni budi
  2. Budi 
  3. Hatuna budi
  4. Tuna budi 
  5. Kura budi

20. Katika vitenzi "sitafyeka" na "hupendi" ni silabi zipi zinazoonesha ukanushi? 
A. Ta na hu B) Ta na peC) Ka na ndi D) Fye na pe E) Si na hu

SEHEMU B (alama 10)

LUGHA YA KIFASIHI

21. Ntandi alikuwa na kichwa cha panzi. Msemo kichwa cha panzi una maana gani?

  1. Msikivu sana
  2. Mtiifu sana
  3.  Mtambuzi
  4. Msahaulifu
  5. Ana kumbukumbu

22. Methali ipi kati ya hizi zifuatazo haifanani na nyingine?

  1. Mgagaa na upwa hall wall rnkavu
  2. Anayekaa karibu na waridi hunukia waridi
  3. Mlinzi wa kisima hafi kiu 
  4. Nazi haishindani na jiwe 
  5. Mtegemea nundu haachi kunona
  1. Kukubali kwa ulimi ni msemo wenye maana ipi?
  1. Kukubali kwa dhati
  2. Kukubali kwa maneno
  3. Kukubaii bila kusema neno
  4. Kukubali kimoyomoyo 
  5. Kukubali kwa moyo mmoja
  1. Jamilaana ulimi wa upanga Nahau "ulimi wa upanga" ina maana gani?
  1. Kusema ovyo
  2. Kupayuka
  3. Kutoa maneno makali
  4. Kusema ukweli
  5. Kusema uongo
  1. Tegua kitendawili kifuatacho" nyumbani kwangu kuna jini mnywa maji".
  1. Mtungi
  2. Kibatari
  3. Kinywa
  4. Kata
  5. Kikombe
  1. Methali isemayo "chanda chema huvikwa pete" inatoa funzo gani?
  1. Mshindi hupokea Baraka
  2. Dhahabu hupewa aliyeshinda
  3. Jambo zuri huzawadiwa 
  4. Inapobidi jamii hupewa zawadi 
  5. Mtu mzuri husifiwa.
  1. "Meno ya mbwa hayaumani "ni methali ipi inaweza kufanana na hii?
  1. Mwana kidonda mjukuuu kovu
  2. Akipenda chongo huita kengeza
  3. Maneno matupu hayavunji mfupa 
  4. Damu nzito kuliko maji 
  5. Heri mrama kuliko kuzama
  1. Jinamizi laniita lakini silioni. Maana ya kitendawili hiki ni
  1. Jua
  2. Mwangwi
  3. Radi
  4. Popo
  5. Mwezi
  1. Uzururaji umepigwa marufuku .nahau" umepigwa marufuku ina mana gani? 
  1. Umezoeleka 
  2. Umepigwa winda 
  3. Umekithiri 
  4. Umekatazwa 
  5. Umepigwa konde
  1. " Mwenye nguvu ---" neno lipi linakamilisa methali hii?
  1. Mfunge
  2. Usimkamate
  3. Mkimbie
  4. Usimpige
  5. Mpishe

SEHEMU C (Alama 6)

USHAIRI

Soma kwa makini shairi lifuatalo kisha jibu maswali 3136 kwa kuweka katika herufi ya jibu sahihi katika fomu ya kujibia.

Wanafunzi siklliza, nawapa huu wosia Nataka kuwaeleza, mambo muhimu Kwanza ninawapongeza, hapa mlipofikia Hongereni, hongereni, hongereni kuhitimu

Hapa mlipolikia, kamwe msije bweteka, Malengo kuyafikia, huu ni mwanzo hakika, Usije kuvisikia, vitabuvyo kamwe taka, Hongereni hongereni, hongereni kuhitimu

Shuleni mmejifunza, masomo kwa hakika, ICiswahili ni cha kwanza, lugha hamkuichoka, Kwa ari mkijifunza, mbele kita wapeleka, Hongereni hongereni, hongereni kwa kuhitimu

Safari miaka saba, yenye raha na karaha, Mlichopataisi haba, mwende nacho kwa furaha, hicho kidogo kihaba, kisilete majeraha,

Hongereni hongereni, hongereni kwa kuhitimu

  1. Mshairi anaposema " mlichokipata si haba"ana alaana gani?
  1. Mlichokipata si kelele
  2. Mlichokipata si kidogo
  3. Mlichokipata si duni
  4. Mlichokipata si dhaifu 
  5. Mlichokipata si kibaya
  1. Vina katika ubeti wa pili ni vipi?
  1. Ha na ka
  2. A na ka
  3. Ho na ho
  4. Hi na mu
  5. U na vi
  1. Wazo kuu katika shairi hill ni lipi?
  1. Kuhitimu ni jambo muhimu
  2. Elimu ya msingi ni bora zaidi
  3. Kujiendeleza kielimu ni muhimu 
  4. Kiswahili ni somo la muhimu 
  5. Kuhitimu ni lazima
  1. Kichwa kinachofaa kwa shairi hill ni kipi?
  1. Ushauri kwa wahitimu
  2. Kuhitimu si fahari
  3. Elimu ya Msingi
  4. Wanafunzi wahitimu
  5. Fahari ya kuhitimu
  1. Kinyume cha neno " karaha" ni kipi?
  1. Amani
  2. Kero
  3. Furaha
  4. Adhabu
  5. Adabu
  1. Neno "bweteka" kama lilivyotumika kwenye shairi hilo lina maana ipi?
  1. Kudhihaki
  2. Kudhalilika
  3. Kudhoofika
  4. Kuridhika
  5. Kudhihirika

SEHEMU D (ALAMA 4)

UTUNGAJI

Umepewa habari yenye sentensi nne (4) zilizoandikwa bila mtiririko sahihi wa mawazo katika swali la 37-40. Zipange sentensi hizo ill ziwe na mtiririko wenye mantiki kwa kuzipa herufi A,B,-C. na D

  1. Ili mpate kuyajua ni lazima mjifunze kwa bidii na maarifa ill muweze kufaulu mitihani yenu.
  2. Ninyi ni vijana wadogo wenye matumaini ya kupata maendeleo katika maisha yenu ya baadaye.
  3. Endeleeni kusoma na kujifunza kwa bidii kwani elimu ni bahari haina mwisho.
  4. Elimu ndiyo itakayoweza kuwafungulia njia za kupata maendeleo hayo katika safari hii ya kuelimika zaidi.

SEHEMU (Alama 10)

UFAHAMU

Soma kwa makini habari ifuatayo kisha jibu swali 41-45 .c va kuandika jibu sahihi katika nafasi iliyoachwa wazi.

Zamani babu zetu walitabiri mvua wao wenyewe bila kuwa na vyombo vya kisasa. Suala linalozungumziwa sasa ni mabadiliko ya hali ya hewa na athari zake kwa jamii nzima, mabadiliko haya yamekuwa makubwa kiasi cha'kutisha.

Kila mtu ana wasiwasi kuhusu mvua ambazo huchukua muda mrefu bila kunyesha. Ukosefu wa mvua huleta ukame na njaa ambayo umechangiwa na bianadamu kwa kiasi kikubwa na shughuli za kibinadamu ambazo huongezeka kwa haraka siku hadi siku, kwa upande mwingine huonekana kama ni maendeleo.

Mifano inayoonyesha matumizi hayo ni ujenzi wa nyumba, nishati kwa ajili ya kupikia, mbao na magogo kwa wingi kwa matumizi ya ndani na nje ya nchi.

Hata hivyo ili maendeleo yawe chanya jamii inalazimika kupanda miti kwa wingi ilii kukidhi mahitaji yao. Aidha, ni vema kuzingatia kuwa ukataji wa miti kwa wingi ni chanzo kikubwa cha mito na vijito kuvva na maji haba au kukauka kabisa.

MASWALI

  1. Kichwa cha habari kinachofaa kwa habari hii ni ----
  2. Neno "haba" kama linavyotumika katika habari hii lina maana sawa na neno
  3. Ili maendeleo yawe chanya jamii inalazimika kufanya nini?
  4. Ukame na njaa husababishwa na ukosefu wa......
  5. Watu wa zamani waliweza kutabiri mvua kwa kutumia.....

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