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SOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAMS SERIES

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

REGIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

STANDARD FOUR EXAMINATION SERIES

SOCIAL STUDIES

ANNUAL FOR 2022

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

 

SECTION A

  1. Answer items (i) – (viii) by choosing the correct answer and writing its letter in the space provided.
  1. Cattle owners under Ubugabire were called ………..
  1. Bagabire
  2. Sebuja
  3. Bakopi
  4. Umwinyi
  1. The most important things in a map are …………..
  1. Scale, compass, key and title of a map
  2. Scale, key, compass and lock
  3. Scale, key, title of a map and a ruler
  4. Scale, compass, key and different symbols.
  1. Which of the following was a weakness of primitive communalisms? ……….
  1. Crude working tools
  2. There was no private wealth
  3. There was human dignity and justice
  4. There was no competition
  1. How many weeks are there in a year? …………..
  1. 52
  2. 365
  3. 365¼
  4. 54
  1. You can find out a person’s origin by observing his/her …….
  1. Culture
  2. Weapons
  3. Friends
  4. Occupation
  1. Moving air is called ……….
  1. Moisture
  2. Wind
  3. Breeze
  4. Humidity
  1. A tool for splitting wood is called …….
  1. Spade
  2. Hoe
  3. Axe
  4. Slasher
  1. Which of the following is a natural satellite of the Earth? ……….
  1. Moon
  2. Photos
  3. Sun
  4. Rain
  1. Match the items in Column A with the corresponding items in Column B

COLUMN A

  1. Maasai
  2. The Fipa, Kinga and Pare
  3. A form of feudalism that was widespread in Buha
  4. One decade
  5. The skull of early man
  6. Dry side of a mountain

 

COLUMN B

  1. A period of 10 years
  2. Ubugabire
  3. The middle Stone Age
  4. A nilotic tribe
  5. Tribes in Tanzania
  6. Olduvai George
  7. Lee ward side.

 

SECTION B

  1. Read the passage below and answer the questions (i – vii) that follow.

 

One of the school tours that we have ever made is a visit to a weather station. We went to learn about weather instruments used to measure elements of weather.

Our visit to Nyalo weather station took us about two hours from our school. We met a kind and well informed meteorologist who showed us all the instruments used in measuring different elements of weather. Some of the instruments we were shown were: thermometer for measuring speed of wind, wind sock for showing wind direction and strength. Finally we saw a sunshine recorder.

 

Questions:

  1. The instrument below that the pupils saw at the weather station is called …….

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Anemometer is used to measure ……….
  2. The pupils visited a weather station called ………..
  3. What is the use of thermometer? ……..
  4. A person who studies weather is called a ………….
  5. How long did the pupils take to reach the weather station? ……
  6. The instrument used to show direction of wind not mentioned in the passage is …
  1. Answer the following questions:

 

 

This is a ………………. Of Tanzania.

Study the picture below an answer the questions that follow.

 

 

 (ii) Which activity is taking place in the picture above? ………

(iii)Working together makes the work.

(iv)a pupil who leads other in doing school activities is called a …….

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 70

UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

PRESIDENT’ S OFFICE

REGIONAL ADMINISTRATIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

MID TERM I EXAMINATIONS

SOCIAL STUDIES 

STANDARD FOUR

 

Time1:30 Hours

Pupil’s Name............................................................

Instructions

  1. This paper consists of TWENTY FIVE questions
  2. Answer all questions in each section
  3. Ensure clarity in your work
  4. Don’t attempt to cheat
  5. All communication devices and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room

SECTION A.

Choose the correct answer and write the letters in spaces provided;

  1. Cutting down trees without replacing them is called; a. conserving b. destroying c. polluting d. maintaining
  2. The process of digging up minerals from the ground is called; a. watering b. excavating c. mining d. digging
  3. The process of protecting something or preventing it from being destroyed is called; a. preservation b. destruction c. processing d. pollution
  4. ...............is the way of recording events that happened a. museums b. keeping records of historical events c. trade d. archive
  5. One way of keeping historical records is by; a. reading b. houses c. slave caravan d. writing and museums
  6. The building in which historical objects are kept and shown to the public is called; a. historical site b. cultural activities c. museums d. recording
  7. ..............it was the junction between Tanga and  Yombo; a.mokofia bridge b. roman catholic c. district d. region.
  8. The gate used by traders to enter slave caranvans and goods in bagamoyo; a. langoni b. overgrazing c. land d. none of the above
  9. Which of the following is not a way of destroying the environment? A. cutting down trees b. keeping many animals in small area c. mining d. planting trees
  10. One of the following tools is used to keep academic records at school; a. camera  b. television c. library d. screen TV

Section B.

Match the following items in list A with those in list B

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Hospital and market
  2. School bag
  3. 26th april 1964
  4. Historical site
  5. Museums
  6. october 14
  7. cameras
  8. cultural activities
  9. independence day
  1. December 9th 1961
  2. Mwalimu nyerere day
  3. Keeping school academic records
  4. Pictures, audio and video recorders
  5. Social services
  6. Telling stories, riddles and jokes
  7. Are used to keep historical objects
  8. Kondoa, irangi, kilwa, bagamoyo and olduvai gorge
  9. Union day

 

Section c. Answer the following questions briefly

Write any two tools that can be used to record historical information

  1. ................................................................................................................................................
  2. .................................................................................................................................................

Mention two social services that are available in your environment

  1. .................................................................................................................................................
  2. .......................................................................................................................................................

Mention two activities that destroy the environment

  1. ........................................................................................................................................................
  2. ........................................................................................................................................................

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 53

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

PRIMARY EXAMINATION SERIES

MID TERM EXAMINATIONS- MARCH 2021

SOCIAL STUDIES- STANDARD FOUR

CURRENT RECOMMENDED FORMAT

TIME 1:30 HRS                                                                                MARCH 2021

NAME…………………………...                                  SCHOOL………………………...

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This paper consists of two sections A, and  B.
  2. The paper has a total of four questions which carry a total of 50 marks
  3. Answer all questions in all sections as per instructions given
  4. Use blue or black pen for writing and a pencil for drawing.

 

Answer all questions                                                                

  1. Choose the correct answer and write its letter

(i) _____________is to protect something and prevent it from being destroyed.

  1. Preserve     
  2. control 
  3. destroy 
  4. decomposes.                         

(ii) The following are different activities done by people in the society that destroy the environment except___________                                               

  1. Polluting water 
  2. Plating trees 
  3. burning forests 
  4. Keeping many animals   

(ii) The condition of the air around us for a short period of time is called_______

  1. Climate 
  2.  topography 
  3. weather 
  4. temperature                        

(iii) The light and heat that come from the sun when there are no clouds is _____

  1. Rainfall 
  2.  sunshine 
  3.  air 
  4. pressure                                     

(iv) The following are production activities except________  

  1. Agriculture  
  2.  fishing 
  3. mining 
  4.  drubber

(v) Which of the following is not a used on land

  1. Mini bus
  2. Car
  3. Tricycle
  4. Ship

(vi) The largest planet on the solar system is…………

  1. Saturn
  2. Mercury
  3. Venus
  4. Jupiter

(vii) The main source of light and heat is….

  1. The moon
  2. The sun
  3. The stars
  4. Fire.

2. Match the words in column A with their correct correspondence in column B

 

COLUMN A

ANSWER

COLUMN B

i.

ii.

iii

iv.

v.

vi.

Culture

Timber and charcoal

Cow, goat and sheep

Nyarubanja

Mkwawa

Social event

[     ]

[     ]

[     ]

[     ]

[     ]

  1. forest products
  2. dance and eating style
  3. domestic animals
  4. feudal system practiced in Buhaya
  5. 1891-1897
  6. Marriage.

 

                       

 

3. READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.

Weather is the condition of the air around us for a short period of time. It change from hour to hour or day to day. Weather affects our lives in general for example it affects how we live, what we eat and do.

Also affects the way we dress, for example in hot days we wear clothes such as shorts, singlets and open shoes. But in rainy days we wear jackets and gumboots. Weather is measured in terms of weather elements such as temperature, sunshine, rainfall, humidity, pressure, clouds and wind.

Questions

  1. Write the title of the passage____________________
  2. In hot day people wear clothes such as_____________and ____________
  3. The sunshine is measured by an instrument called_________________
  4. During rainy day we wear ______________and__________________
  5. The standard unit for measuring temperature is called_____________

4. Study the picture below and answer questions that follow

         image

  1. Identify two aspects of culture shown above
  2. What do you think the people are doing above
  3. Mention two tribes in Tanzania that have this kind of traditional gathering
  4. Give two importance of such kind of gathering in society

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 31

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

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: (28 MARKS) 

1. Choose the correct answer and write its letter in the box provided

1. Which of the following is the correct meaning of the term environment?

  1. Anything around our school
  2. All the things that surround us
  3. Living things only
  4. D. Non-living things only

2. The following are elements of weather, EXCEPT:

  1. Temperature
  2. Thermometer
  3. Air Pressure
  4. Rainfall

3.The process of collecting and storing information of historical events for future use is

called:

  1. Record keeping
  2. Oral traditions
  3. Social events
  4. Historical sites

4. . Which activity among the following does NOT cause environmental degradation?

  1. Mining
  2. Deforestation
  3. Afforestation
  4. Poor waste disposal

5. Which of the following clothes are normally worn during cold seasons?

  1. Vests and slippers
  2. Sweaters and jackets
  3. Shorts and vests
  4. D. Vests and Khanga

6.What is the advantage of keeping records of historical events?

  1. To forget the past
  2. To remember the future
  3. To remember the past
  4. Wastage of time

7. Which of the following instrument is used for measuring temperature?

  1. Thermometer
  2. Barometer
  3. Anemometer

8.The daily condition of the atmosphere at a particular place is referred to as:

  1. Temperature
  2. Humidity
  3. Weather
  4. Climate
  1. Umwinyi ia an economic system that spread mainly in areas of
  1. Nyamwezi
  2. Coast
  3. Iringa
  4. Chagga.
  1. Division of labour in the family
  1. Decrease laziness
  2. Decrease enemy
  3. Simplifies work
  4. Reduces friends
  1. The technique of presenting feelings or thoughts is called
  1. Culture
  2. Traditions
  3. Art
  4. Custom
  1. Keeping a lot of livestock in a small area can cause
  1. Increases soil fertility
  2. Earthquake
  3. Soil erosion
  4. Land depression.
  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.
  1. One of the qualities of a developed family is to get
  1. Clean water
  2. Health services
  3. Enough food
  4. Basic needs
  1. Thick growth of trees and bushes covering a large area is called………….
  1. An island
  2. A forest
  3. Vegetation
  4. Woodland.
  1. Mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes are…………………..
  1. Deforestation
  2. Coastal plains
  3. Plateaus
  4. Physical features.
  1. A period of 100 years is called
  1. Decade
  2. Century
  3. Millennium
  4. Generation.
  1. …………..is an example of community that follow communal leadership in Tanzania
  1. Maasai
  2. Bena
  3. Haya and Gogo
  4. Sandawe.

Match the items in list A with those in List B

LIST A

LIST B

21) Keeping large number of animals in a small pieceof land

22) Cutting down trees without replanting.

23) Planting trees in an area where there was no trees.

24). Replanting trees after cutting the previous ones

25). The removal of the top soil from one place toanother

26) Absence of rainfall for a long period of time

27) the daily condition of a place

28) crops grown for export

29) an example of element of weather

30) All things that surrounds us

  1. Deforestastion
  2. Overgrazing
  3. Drought
  4. Afforestation
  5. Reforestation
  6. Weather.
  7. Soil erosion.
  8. Wind
  9. Environment.
  10. Cereals
  11. Cash crops

3. The following statements are true or false. Write true for a correctstatement or false for false statement.

  1. The son of your uncle is your nephew…………………………………………
  2. Chief mkwawa was a leader of chagga people…………………………………
  3. Man used stone tools in the past………………………………………………
  4. Some clans were headed by women………………………………………
  5. Communalism was the first mode of production……………………….

Fill in the blanks

  1. People who visit place of interest for pleasure are called………………
  2. Production activities are also called……………………………….
  3. People who do buying and selling goods are called……………………
  4. Exchange of goods for goods is called………………………………….
  5. A person who takes a risk to start  a business is called………………….

SECTION B. 22 MARKS

3. Read the passage below then answer the questions that follow

Rainfall is the water droplets that fall down onto the ground surface from the sky. The amount of rainfall on the earth surface is measured by an instrument known as rain gauge. The standard unit for measuring rainfall is millimeters.

Rain conditions vary from time to time in a year. In some months of the year, the heavy rains are experienced, while in some other months of the year little rains are experienced. For example, in Tanzania the long rainy season is experienced between March and May while the short rainy season is experienced between September and December. Furthermore, Tanzania experiences hot and dry season between January and March.

Rainfall is very important because it supports the growth of plants. It also adds water to the rivers, lakes and dams. On the other side heavy rainfall can lead to floods, which destroy people's property. Too much rainfall also can lead to the spread of diseases like cholera and malaria.

QUESTIONS

  1. The water droplets that fall down on to the ground from the sky is called 
  2. Which instrument is used to measure the amount of rainfall on the earth surface?
  3. What is the standard unit of rainfall?
  4. In which months do Tanzania experiences the long rainy season?
  5. In which months does Tanzania experience the short rainy season?
  6. Tanzania experiences hot and dry season between the
  7. Write down one advantage of rainfall

STUDY THE PICTURE BELOW AND ANSWER QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOWS.

  1. The situation happening above is called……………………………………………………………………
  2. Name one effect of the above phenomenon…………………………………………………………….
  3. How can we help prevent the above phenomenon………………………………………………………………..

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 23


 

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SOCIAL STUDIES- AUGUST-SEPTEMBER

STD FOUR

TIME: 1.30 HRS                                                                                           2020

NAME:_______________________________________CLASS:___________

PUPILS NAME____________________________________________ 

SCHOOL NAME___________________________________________ 

REGION_______________________________________________________ 

DISTRICT________________________________________________ 

INSTRUCTIONS 

  1. This paper consists of two sections with a total of five (5)

questions.

  1. Answer all questions in each section as per instructions.
  2. All answers must be written in the space given.
  3. Your work must be neat.
  4. Remember to fill your information above correctly.

 

SECTION A: (28 Marks)

1.Choose the most correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided:

i. The leader of Nyamwezi tribe who resisted against Germans from 1891 to 1893 was called:

A.Kinjekitile Ngwale

B. Mtwa Mkwawa

C. Mirambo

D. Isike

ii. Which title is given to the traditional ruler of Pare?

A. Mangi          C. Mfumwa

B. Mtwa           D. Mshana

iii. The following are signs of rainfall, EXCEPT:

A. Thirsty and sweating        C. Strong winds

B. Thunder and lightning      D. Dark clouds

iv. The mode of production that was practiced by the Ha of Kigoma was known as:

A. Umwinyi                        C. Sebuja

B. Ubugabire                       D. Nyarubanja

v. Who among the following was the first vice president of Tanzania?

A. Rashid Mfaume Kawawa     C. Sheih Abeid Karume

B. Ali Hassani Mwinyi             D. Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere

vi. Which was a characteristic of feudal system among the following?

A. There was no classes  

B. Land was the major means of production

C. There was equal sharing of resources

D. The main economic activities were hunting and gathering.

vii. What is the main cause of conflicts between farmers and livestock keepers in Tanzania?

A. Availability of land 

B. Poor farming methods

C. Scarcity of land

D. Shortage of livestock.

viii. One of the reasons for the Germans invasion to our country from 1886 to 1918 was:

A. Conducting slave trade

B. Searching for raw materials 

C. Learning Kiswahili language

D. Learning our culture

2.Match the items in LIST A with their correct responses in LIST B by writing the correct answer in the box provided

LIST A

LIST B

i.The headquarters of chief Isike

ii.The headquarters of Mtemi Mirambo

iii.The headquarters of Mtwa Mkwawa

iv.The headquarters of Mangi Sina

v.The headquarters of Sultan Kimweri

vi.The headquarters of Abushiri bin Salim

  1. Kilwa kivinje
  2. kibosho
  3. vuga
  4. unyanyembe
  5. pangani
  6. ngarambe
  7. urambo
  8. karenga 

 

SEHEMU B: (22 )

3.Answer the following questions by supplying the correct answers in the spaces provided

i. The condition of atmosphere observed for a short period of time in a particular place is called__________________________

ii. The amount of heat and light from the sun is called_____________________

iii. The process of entering a place by force and cause destruction of properties is known as______________________________________

iv. A class of people who owned the major means of production during feudalism was known as______________________________________

v. An act of two or more people working together in order to attain a certain goal is referred to as_____________________________________

vi. A weather instrument that is used to measure the degree of hotness or coldness of an object or a place is called__________________________

vii. The type of family that comprises of only husband and wife is termed as________________________________________________

 

4.Observe the symbols below then write the correct answers in the blank spaces

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 19

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ENGLISH- TERMINAL EXAMINATION-MAY

STD FOUR

TIME: 1.30 HRS                                                           2020

NAME:____________________________________CLASS:___________

                   INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This examination has 5 sections A, B, C and D with 5 questions
  2. Answer all questions in each section.
  3. All answers should be written in capital letters.
  4. Write your three names, school, District and Region.
  5. Make sure your work is neat.

 SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICES

1. Choose the most correct answer and then write its letter in the box given.

1. Abushiri bin Salum, Mtemi Isike and Mtwa Mkwawa were the popular ____ found in Tanganyika.

  1. opposers    
  2.  heroes   
  3.  soldiers  
  4.  priests            [          ]

2. How do we call a person who owned land and cattle during feudalism.

  1. tenants    
  2. bagabire   
  3. land lord        
  4. ruling class    [       ]

3. The degree of hotness and coldness of a place is measured by________ [         ]

  1. temperature 
  2. degree centigrade 
  3. thermometer 
  4. precipitation

4. A group of not less than 250 households in rural areas s known as__________ 

  1. A hamlet 
  2. a street   
  3. a village   
  4.  a city              [          ]

5. Which can help to conserve environment among the following______________ 

  1. overstocking 
  2. bush fires     
  3. uncontrolled sewages from industries
  4.  recycling process                                     [      ]

6. The sun rise and set (day and night) are resulted from the so called _[               ]

  1. Earths revolution 
  2.  lunar eclipse
  3. deforestation
  4.  earth rotation

7. The highest mountain in east Africa is found in  ____________ [          ]

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro 
  2. Kenya 
  3. south Africa 
  4. Tanzania

8. There are two types of disasters.Which are________ 

  1. traditional and modern 
  2. small and big 
  3. natural and man made
  4. topographical and statistical

 SECTION B: MATCHING ITEMS

2. Match the following items correctly

LIST A LIST B
  1. Sebuja
  2. Umwinyi
  3. Communalism
  4. ubugabire
  1. Existed and practiced in western part of Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi
  2. Western part of lake Victoria among buhaya societies.
  3. The first non-exploitive mode of production where products were equally shared.
  4. Existed and practiced along the coast of Tanzania.
  5. Mode of production whose base was land.
  6. Cattle owners in Ubugabire feudal system
  7. Workers in Unyarubanja feudal system

 SECTION C:

3. Use words in the box to fill the blanks below

Taboos, culture, customs, traditions,                                 religion, language,

dressing, arts

(i) _______  being the totality way of people’s life makes people live in peace

and harmony. There are some things which have been experienced for long period of time called  .These are inherited from one generation to another. Elders help young ones to know the accepted ways of people’s behaviours in their society

known as________ and those habits or things which are not allowed to be

done called_______ . Community members have one means of communication

 but they may decide worshipping in different . Several production activities and creativities may be done with the society. Some may engage themselves in farms and others in creating different artistic tools. Dressing styles are advised to be of good morals.

SECTION D

WRITE TRUE OR FALSE IN THE GAPS

4. The son of your uncle is a nephew……………..

5. Chief mkwawa was a leader of chagga people…………

6. A local museum is found in big towns in Tanzania………….

7. Communalism was the first mode of production………………..

8. Some clans were headed by women…………

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSOCIAL STANDARD FOUR EXAM SERIES 11

PRESIDENT’S OFFICE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

STANDARD FOUR MID TERM EXAMINATIONS- APRIL 202O

TIME : 1:30 HOURS

SOCIAL STUDIES

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This Examinations Consists Of 25 Questios
  2. Answer All Questions
  3. Write Your Answers In Capital Letters
  4. Make Your Work Legible

SECTION A.

Choose the correct answer from the Alternatives given

  1. Who is responsible for protecting the environment?
  1. Teachers
  2. Villagers
  3. government
  4. all citizens
  1. Which activity below contributes to environmental pollution?
  1. Farming
  2. Cutting of trees
  3. Planting of flowers
  4. Bee keeping
  1. Which of these is a modern way of keeping records
  1. Cupboard
  2. Library
  3. Desk
  4. Computer
  1. Atmospheric pressure is measured by use of;
  1. Hygrometer
  2. Anemometer
  3. Thermometer
  4. Barometer
  1. Which of these is not a sign of rain?
  1. Heavy clouds
  2. Strong wind
  3. Thurnder and lighting
  4. Hot sun

2. SECTION B.

Fill the spaces with the correct answer

  1. Human body temperature is measured by use of… … … … … … … … … … ..
  2. One of the effects of heavy rains is… … … … … … … … … … … … … .
  3. Four elements of weather are… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..
  4. Weather of a place changes from… … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … … ..
  5. What do we call a place where things are made such as furniture… … … … …

3.SECTION C.

Write True for a True Statement and False for a false statement

  1. Keeping large number of livestock in small area prevent environmental degradation… … … … .
  2. The environment should be taken care by students only … … … … …
  3. You can takes notes for an event using a pen and a book
  4. One way of preventing rainfall hazards is by cutting all trees
  5. Property destruction and death of living things is one effects of floods… … … … .

4. SECTION D.

Match items in list A with items in List B

List A

List B

  1. Clouds that cause rain
  2. Main source of rivers, ocean and lakes
  3. Atmospheric pressure
  4. Farming done throughout the year
  5. Signs of rainfall
  1. Hygrometer
  2. Red clouds
  3. Anemometer
  4. Heavy clouds, lighting
  5. Dark clouds
  6. Heavy rains distributed throughout the year
  7. Availability of water for irrigation

5. SECTION E.

  1. What do you understand by the term weather?.......................
  2. Name five signs of rainfall… … … … … … …

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