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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION
Time: 1:30 Hours Monday, 6" September 2010 o.m.
Choose the correct answer and write its letter beside the question number in the answer sheet provided.
1. Whieh among the following is not an advantage of sports and games for our health?
2. Water mixed with sugar and salt is the first aid given to a patient suffering from
3. One of the following diseases is not sexually transmitted:
4. Which of the following vitamins is made in the body in the presence of sunlight?
5.What is the importance of vaccination to human beings?
6. What type of bacteria causes tuberculosis?
7.Factories are not supposed to be built near human settlements because
8.The following activities destroy water sources except
9. A large percentage of the earth's surface is covered by water. Most of this water is found in the
10. The highland area is the best place for pit latrine construction because
11. An outflow of ground water is known as
12. The necessary requirements for seed germination are
13. A group of living things that live in both water and land is known as
14. Which among the following organisms is not a mammal?
15. Carefully study Figure 1 then answer the question that follows.
The organism which is shown in Figure 1 feeds on
16. What kind of habitat suits a plant with characteristic features of the plant drawn in
17.Why do some plants not shed their leaves during rain seasons?
18.The diagram in Figure 3 shows a picture of a flower.
Which part attracts insects for pollination?
19. Electricity produced by a dry cell originates from which type of energy?
20. Kibata used 50 newtons to push a wall from morning to evening unsuccessfully, Which of the following is correct with regards to the action?
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