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SOCIAL STUDIES, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

SECTION A: MULTIPLE CHOICES

  1. Co-operation among nations is
  1. Not very important since nations are self sufficient
  2. Important for economic and social development of the people
  3. A major source of war and conflicts
  4. ..........
  1. Tanzania has many historical sites with various historical records, some of these sites are
  1. Uvinza, Isimila, Nsogezi and Engaruka
  2. Bagamoyo, Kilwa and Kilosa
  3. Isimila, Mtwara, Kilwa and Bagamoyo
  4. Olduvai gorge, Kondoa, Irangi and Engaruka
  1. We can interpret signs and symbols used on a map by using
  1. North direction
  2. The title of the map
  3. Frame
  4. Key
  1. Which institution provides human rights to women against sexual harassment
  1. PCCB
  2. TAMWA
  3. COURT
  4. TAWATA
  1. One of the economic reasons used to invade African continent was
  1. Agriculture and livestock keeping
  2. To get education
  3. Trade
  4. To build churches
  1. Early man lived in
  1. The garden
  2. In caves
  3. At home
  4. In the ocean
  1. It is important to..........industrial wastes in order to preserve environment.
  1. Recycle
  2. Cover
  3. Dispose
  4. Spread
  1. Illegal fishing is dangerous because it destroys
  1. Infrastructure
  2. Fish breeding
  3. Food
  4. Crops
  1. The following are national resources except
  1. Minerals
  2. Land
  3. Vegetation cover
  4. Trade
  1. ...........is not among the water sources.
  1. Ocean
  2. Rift valley
  3. Lake
  4. River
  1. Slave trade was a trade that involved
  1. Buying and selling of human being
  2. Buying and selling of commodities
  3. Buying and selling of human being and commodities
  4. Buying and selling of slaves and commodities
  1. Poor farming methods, especially on mountains can cause
  1. Air pollution
  2. Soil erosion
  3. Mountain pollution
  4. Water pollution
  1. Coffee, tea, pyrethrum and cotton are
  1. Food crops
  2. Cash crops
  3. Good in mixed farming
  4. Renewable resources
  1. The mineral mined in Tanzania only is
  1. Tanzanite
  2. Gold and diamond
  3. Iron
  4. Copper
  1. The best way to preserve water is
  1. To cut down big trees and plant new ones
  2. To protect the water sources
  3. To increase water sources
  4. To start irrigation scheme
  1. Soil erosion can be prevented by
  1. Cutting down trees and shrubs
  2. Burning forests and grasslands
  3. Proper farming methods and planting trees
  4. Starting up mining activities
  1. Which of the following heavenly bodies is the biggest source of energy on earth
  1. The moon
  2. The sun
  3. Jupiter
  4. The eclipse
  1. Which of the following is not one of the important aspects of the solar energy
  1. Used in photosynthesis
  2. Used in drying
  3. Used in production of electricity
  4. Used in making water
  1. The sixth president of the united republic of Tanzania is
  1. Majaliwa Kassim Majaliwa
  2. Samia Suluhu Hassan
  3. Ali Hassan Mwinyi
  4. John Pombe Maghufuli
  1. In which year did Tanganyika got her first president?
  1. 1961
  2. 1962
  3. 1964
  4. 1977
  1. Carl Peters was the founder of a trading company called
  1. I.B.E.C.O
  2. GEACO
  3. TAWLA
  4. SADEC
  1. Kinjeketile Ngwale was the leader of
  1. IBEACO
  2. GEACO
  3. Majimaji war
  4. WHO
  1. Mtwa Mkwawa was a
  1. Chagga tribe
  2. Hehe tribe
  3. Ngoni migration
  4. Pare tribe
  1. Mtemi Isike was the chief of
  1. Chagga
  2. Nyamwezi
  3. Hehe
  4. Sukuma
  1. A patriot is a person who
  1. Works hard
  2. Was born in a country
  3. Helps those in problems
  4. Is ready to die for his nation

SECTION B: MATCHING ITEMS

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Zanzibar revolution
  2. The union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar
  3. Tanzanite
  4. Berlin conference
  5. Lunar eclipse
  6. Agriculture
  7. Solar eclipse
  8. Cash crops
  9. Explorers
  10. key
  1. The only mineral found in Tanzania
  2. 12 January 1964
  3. An element of a map
  4. 26th April 1964
  5. Coffee and sisal
  6. 1884-1885
  7. Crops cultivation and animal keeping
  8. Moon passes between the earth and the sun
  9. The earth passes between the sun and the moon
  10. Are people who travel to different place where no one has ever been in order to discover things which are found in those areas

SECTION C: Use the map below to answer questions 36-42. 

  1. Countries numbered 1-3 on the map above formed a community called............in 1967
  2. What country does letter K represent
  3. Name the ocean represented by letter J
  4. The capital city of the country represented by number 3 is?
  5. The country number 1 is called
  6. The lake represented by letter L is lake
  7. The name of ocean represented by letter J is called

SECTION D: Fill in the blanks

  1. ...........is the total way of life.
  2. ...........is the production activity which involves catching fish for food and for sell.
  3. What is mining?

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

Choose the correct answer

  1. The vein that carries oxygenated blood is known as
  1. Aorta
  2. Pulmonary artery
  3. Pulmonary vein
  4. Venacava
  1. Which one of the following is not a blood vessel?
  1. Aorta
  2. Ventricles
  3. Capillaries
  4. Venacava
  1. One of the most important function of the blood is to
  1. Dissolve oxygen
  2. Carry food and oxygen to all parts of the body
  3. Keep us warm
  4. Dissolve food
  1. Hemoglobin is important because
  1. It carries oxygen in the body
  2. Fight diseases
  3. Digest food
  4. Generate heat
  1. Digestion is the process by which
  1. People make food
  2. People eat food
  3. Food is broken down in simple substance that can be absorbed
  4. Substances are transported in the body
  1. In the mouth food is mixed with saliva which has enzymes that break down
  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Vitamins
  3. Proteins
  4. Fats
  1. Function of hydrochloric acid in the stomach is
  1. To digest starch
  2. To kill germs
  3. To slow digestion
  4. To destroy food
  1. Which of the following groups of food give the body the ability to fight diseases
  1. Green vegetables, fruits and mineral salts
  2. Fish, egg, milk and ugali
  3. Fish, milk and eggs
  4. Milk, meat and rice
  1. H.I.V. as a virus when it gets into the body it attacks which kind of cells
  1. Bone marrows
  2. Red blood cells
  3. White blood cells
  4. Plasma
  1. The group of animals that feed on the flesh or meat of other animals is called
  1. Omnivorous
  2. Carnivores
  3. Herbivorous
  4. Insectivores plants
  1. Which one of the following is not a first aid given to the victim of burns caused by flames
  1. Remove the victim from the source of danger
  2. Comfort the victim
  3. Run the burns with cold water
  4. Give the victim very hot drinks immediately
  1. Which one of the diseases given below is caused by lack of iron in the diet
  1. Marasmus
  2. Measles
  3. Polio
  4. Anaemia
  1. The following are reasons for giving first aid to a victim which one is not
  1. To stop bleeding
  2. To save life and reduce pain
  3. To stop further injuries
  4. To stop breathing
  1. One of the following machine is operated by electricity
  1. Manual break
  2. Trolley
  3. Scissors
  4. Computer
  1. Which process facilitates the movement of water molecules from the soil to the root hairs of the plants?
  1. Capillarity
  2. Osmosis
  3. Oxygen
  4. Diffusion
  1. Which one among the following is not a chemical change?
  1. Rusting
  2. Dissolving salt
  3. Fermenting milk
  4. Burning a piece of paper
  1. The following are items required when washing clothes except?
  1. Wood ash
  2. Clean water
  3. Soap
  4. Clothes
  1. Which among the following gases is a rare gas?
  1. Nitrogen
  2. Carbon dioxide
  3. Oxygen
  4. Argon
  1. Pick out from the following why oxygen is most important to animals
  1. It support combustion
  2. It is used in rusting
  3. It is used in welding
  4. They breath it in
  1. Which of the following is not a part of circuit?
  1. Cell
  2. Wire
  3. Switch
  4. insulator
  1. Which gas is used in fire extinguishers?
  1. Oxygen
  2. Carbon dioxide
  3. Nitrogen
  4. Hydrogen
  1. The instrument used to measure body temperature is
  1. Wind vane
  2. Stethoscope
  3. Thermostat
  4. Thermometer
  1. IRON + C + OXYGEN = RUST, C stands for
  1. Water
  2. Salt
  3. Carbon dioxide
  4. Sugar
  1. The following are requirements for seed germination
  1. Water and air
  2. Moon light
  3. Mineral salts
  4. Warmth only
  1. The following animals belong to reptiles except
  1. Chameleon
  2. Tortoise
  3. Toad
  4. Snake
  1. During a science study, a certain animal was breast feeding, warm blooded and its body was covered by hair. This animal was likely to be a
  1. Bird
  2. Crocodile
  3. Fish
  4. Mammal
  1. The only flying mammal is
  1. Ostrich
  2. Bat
  3. Eagle
  4. Hen
  1. The process by which plants lose water to the atmosphere through leaves is called
  1. Respiration
  2. Phototropism
  3. Transpiration
  4. Expiration
  1. The tiny openings in plant’s leaves that allows passage of gases is called
  1. Stomata
  2. Chloroplasts
  3. Nucleus
  4. Cell wall
  1. Organisms that are able to manufacture their own food are called
  1. Heterotrophs
  2. Saprophytes
  3. Insects
  4. Autotrophs

SECTION B

Look at the diagram of a computer and name its parts

A

B

C

D

  1. A standard five did the following experiments on law of magnets. Explain what happened to the two magnets

  1. What is the boiling point of water
  2. In which class lever does a claw hammer belong
  3. The process for changing steam or water vapour directly into ice is called
  4. Give one example of a physical change
  5. Which method can be used to separate a mixture of rice and iron fillings
  6. The diagram below shows which method of heat transfer

  1. State any on common nutritional deficiency diseases
  2. Name any one sexually transmitted disease
  3. Heat from the sun reach the earth by a process called
  4. Name one simple machine found in the first class lever

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CIVICS, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

 

  1. Which symbol shows our country s an independent country?
  1. National currency
  2. Coat of arms
  3. National flag
  4. Uhuru torch
  1. A good leader should have
  1. Good manners
  2. Identify
  3. Family
  4. Children
  1. Gender means
  1. Favouring boys in social affairs
  2. Segregating girls in social affairs
  3. Female and male
  4. Social and culture relationship between men and women
  1. A language that unites Tanzanian is
  1. Hehe
  2. Swahili
  3. English
  4. Sukuma
  1. The following are some of the factors that contribute to environmental degradation except?
  1. Large numbers of animals in small area
  2. Burning of the forest
  3. Cultivating in the water sources
  4. Keeping animals in a special area
  1. An institution that provides human rights to women against sexual harassment is called
  1. P.C.C.B
  2. TAMWA
  3. COURT
  4. TAWATA
  1. One of the following is not the use of water resources
  1. Transport
  2. Sources of hydro electricity
  3. Fishing
  4. Protection
  1. P.C.C.B is a government agency with the authority of
  1. Anti – corruption prevention
  2. Advocating for women rights
  3. Defending the rights of the child
  4. Handling down corruption cases
  1. The government of united republic of Tanzania was formed  on
  1. 9th Dec 1961
  2. 9th Dec 1962
  3. 29th April 1964
  4. 26th April 1964
  1. A person who loves his country and is willing to defend it is called
  1. Patriot
  2. President
  3. Teacher
  4. Refugee
  1. Some of the symbols found in Tanzania currency are
  1. Giraffe, elephant, national emblem and the image of president
  2. Emblem, mules, rhinoceros
  3. Uhuru torch, elephant, chimpanzee
  4. Leopard and cat
  1. The origin of all laws in the country is
  1. Tanzania law society
  2. The constitution of the republic of Tanzania
  3. Manifesto of the political parties
  4. Ruling party constitution
  1. The importance of the president flag is
  1. To represent president
  2. To represent our country to different nations
  3. To show the unite and conformity
  4. To show value of the nation
  1. Which of these are the wrong customs in the society
  1. Inherit widows
  2. To work hard
  3. Performing ritual
  4. Worship
  1. Suggestion box in any institution helps
  1. Not keeping peoples secrets
  2. Hiding people who commit immoral acts
  3. Hide negligent actors
  4. Giving or submitting comments in secret
  1. The importance of participating in family activities for pupils is
  1. Create employment
  2. Build the pupils self reliance
  3. Dislike of the food he/she cooks
  4. Prepare him/her for a good life
  1. When you witness an act of violence in school you report to
  1. Police
  2. Court
  3. Counseling teacher
  4. Head prefect
  1. The administrative area which is smaller than the region but larger than the division is
  1. Country
  2. Village
  3. District
  4. Street
  1. Which national holiday is celebrated on 1st May each year?
  1. Labour day
  2. Karume day
  3. Nyerere day
  4. Revolution day
  1. Which one of the following is not one of the groups of people with special needs?
  1. Elders
  2. Street children
  3. Doctors
  4. Visually impaired people
  1. One of the following is an unacceptable acts committed against family members. Which one?
  1. Providing education to boys and girls
  2. Female genital mutilation
  3. Equal employment opportunities
  4. Equal sharing of duties
  1. Which one of the following is not found in a school?
  1. Books
  2. Teachers
  3. Pupils
  4. Guns
  1. A group of people who are closely related by blood is called a
  1. Clan
  2. Ancestors
  3. Family
  4. Relatives
  1. Activities that promote the school name
  1. Doing well in academics
  2. Having good behavior
  3. Misbehaving
  4. Having good school motto
  1. Who among  the following is an elected leader
  1. Ward councilor
  2. Ward executive officer
  3. Heads of department
  4. District executive director
  1. The things or duties that people have to do are referred to as
  1. Resources
  2. Responsibilities
  3. Rights
  4. Goods
  1. Gender balance means
  1. Men and women are equal
  2. Men are superior to women
  3. Men and women to have opportunities
  4. Women are inferior to men
  1. The illegal killing of wild animals is called
  1. Poaching
  2. Trade
  3. Mining
  4. Farming
  1. Which one of the following is not an importance of good governance?
  1. Transparency
  2. Effectiveness and efficiency
  3. Conflict and disagreements
  4. Equality
  1. One of the following is a talent
  1. Drawing
  2. Stealing
  3. cheating
  4. absenteeism

 

SECTION B

Matching items

  1.  

Deaf, blind and mental disabled

  1.  

Is to do something without being asked or forced

  1.  

Taking to school both boys and girls

  1.  

Is the place where pupils, go to learn

  1.  

Apologies

  1.  

Equal opportunity in getting education and employment for both boys and girls

  1.  

Community

  1.  

Is a group of people who live in the same place

  1.  

Gender equality

  1.  

Admitting your mistake and asking for forgiveness

  1.  

A school

  1.  

Eliminate gender discrimination

  1.  

volunteer

  1.  

People with special needs

 

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SECTION C structure

Mention 5 special groups of people with special needs

  1. ..............
  2. .............
  3. ...............
  4. .................
  5. ................

Write 3 acts which show love for people with special need

 

 

 

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ENGLISH, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

SECTION A: TENSES AND GRAMMA

  1. He..........football every day.
  1. Play
  2. Plays
  3. Played
  4. Playing
  1. Amina will..........to Mwanza next week.
  1. Went
  2. Going
  3. Goes
  4. Go
  1. My mother..........a new dress.
  1. Has
  2. Have
  3. Are
  4. Is
  1. We are..........the examination now.
  1. Do
  2. Done
  3. Did
  4. Doing
  1. ...........she told you about her birthday?
  1. Have
  2. Has
  3. Shall
  4. Will
  1. Asha usually..........daladala buses to work.
  1. Board
  2. Boads
  3. Boarding
  4. Boarded
  1. The boys.........their books to the school library.
  1. Has taken
  2. Have taken
  3. Will take
  4. Shall take
  1. They.............going to visit Serengeti National Park next month.
  1. Will
  2. Shall
  3. Were
  4. Are
  1. Four months ago Joyce.........from Japan.
  1. Came
  2. Come
  3. Is coming
  4. Comes
  1. The cat..........a mouse yesterday.
  1. Catch
  2. Catched
  3. Caught
  4. Cought
  1. The parent............hands with the head teacher.
  1. Shaked
  2. Shook
  3. Shaken
  4. Shooked
  1. The stone was...........by the naughty boy.
  1. Threw
  2. Throwed
  3. Thrown
  4. Threwn
  1. These books belong to Juma. It is..........books.
  1. Juma
  2. Ali
  3. Juma’s
  4. Jumas’
  1. Those pupils...........not eaten food.
  1. Had
  2. Has
  3. Have
  4. Had been
  1. Nairobi is............city in Kenya.
  1. Larger
  2. Largest
  3. The largest
  4. Most large
  1. Do you have............problem.
  1. Some
  2. Many
  3. Any
  4. An
  1. My friends suffer.........malaria.
  1. Of
  2. By
  3. From
  4. With
  1. .............you come to see my mother yesterday?
  1. Do
  2. Does
  3. One
  4. Did
  1. Standard five are very happy...........they have passed the examination.
  1. Why
  2. Because
  3. When
  4. So
  1. Zebra is the........animal in Serengeti National Park.
  1. Beautiful
  2. More beautiful
  3. Most beautiful
  4. Most dangerous
  1. We have already...........our food.
  1. Eat
  2. Ate
  3. Eaten
  4. Had eaten
  1. A brother of your mother is your
  1. Cousin
  2. Aunt
  3. Grandfather
  4. Uncle
  1. Our dog usually..........at night.
  1. Bark
  2. Barks
  3. Barking
  4. Barked
  1. The word pretty means
  1. Handsome
  2. Beautiful
  3. Good
  4. Fair
  1. A person who sells meat is a
  1. Meat manager
  2. Cows cutter
  3. Batchery
  4. Butcher

SECTION B: VOCABULARY

  1. The evening meal is called
  1. Food
  2. Lunch
  3. Breakfast
  4. Dinner
  1. A young cow is called
  1. Kitten
  2. Piglet
  3. Calf
  4. Puppy
  1. The opposite of the word ugly is
  1. Strongest
  2. Worst
  3. Beautiful
  4. Smallest
  1. A small piece of land usually near the house where vegetables and flowers are grown is a
  1. Garden
  2. Gardener
  3. Gard
  4. Ridge
  1. A...........arrests people who steal.
  1. Bank
  2. Clerk
  3. Policeman
  4. Teacher
  1. The plural of tooth is
  1. Teet
  2. Teeth
  3. Tooths
  4. Toothes
  1. The son of your brother is your
  1. Sister
  2. Niece
  3. Cousin
  4. Nephew
  1. .............is a person who cannot see.
  1. Deaf
  2. Dumb
  3. Blind
  4. Artist
  1. The opposite of the word “arrive” is
  1. Went
  2. Depart
  3. Go
  4. Come
  1. Mr. Isaac is a dentist. He deals with
  1. Stomach
  2. Teeth
  3. Eyes
  4. Ears

SECTION C: COMPOSITION

Arrange the following sentences to make a meaningful paragraph by using letter A, B, C, D and E.

  1. Some of them give me very pleasant gift
  2. Most of them attended the party
  3. Yesterday was my birthday party
  4. I had invited most of my friends a day before
  5. My mother prepared a wonderful birthday for me

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SECTION D: COMPREHENSION

Maria is a pupil at Mtakuja Primary school. She likes English and Mathematics. She stays with her parents. Her father Mr. John is a doctor and her mother Mrs. John is a teacher. Maria is the best pupil in her class. She is going to be a doctor like her father.

  1. Who is a pupil at Mtakuja Primary school
  2. Which subjects did Maria like?
  3. What does Maria’s father do?
  4. Who is the best pupil at Mtakuja primary school?
  5. Suggest the suitable heading of the passage.

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KISWAHILI, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

SEHEMU A: SARUFI

Chagua jibu sahihi

  1. Sikumwona mwanafunzi..............kwenye sherehe.
  1. Yeyote
  2. Wowote
  3. Yoyote
  4. Wote
  1. Toa kinyume cha neno “saza”
  1. Weka
  2. Maliza
  3. Bakiza
  4. Sambaza
  1. Baraka ni mtoto wa shangazi. Baraka ni...........
  1. Mjomba wangu
  2. Binamu yangu
  3. Kitukuu
  4. Mjukuu wangu
  1. Yeye alikula viazi vitamu. Neno yeye limetumika katika nafsi ipi?
  1. Nafasi ya tatu wingi
  2. Nafasi ya pili umoja
  3. Nafasi ya tatu umoja
  4. Nafasi ya kwanza wingi
  1. Jana tulisoma hadithi yap aka na panya. Neno “tulisoma” liko katika wakati gani
  1. Uliopita
  2. Ujao
  3. Uliopita mtimilifu
  4. Uliopo
  1. Kinyume cha neno “adimu” ni kipi?
  1. Nyingi
  2. Tele
  3. Chache
  4. Hafifu
  1. Tumefundishwa..........kusia mbegu kwenye kitalu.
  1. Aina ya
  2. Jinsi ya
  3. Jinsia ya
  4. Dalili
  1. Neno lenye maana sawa na neno pupa ni
  1. Paparika
  2. Tatarika
  3. Jasiri
  4. Haraka
  1. Kinyume cha neno “keti” ni
  1. Kaa
  2. Simama
  3. Tembea
  4. Kimbia
  1. Anapenda kuimba nyimbo. Sentensi hii ipo katika wakati gani
  1. Uliopo
  2. Uliopita
  3. Ujao
  4. Masharti
  1. Mtu anayeongoza meli baharini huitwa
  1. Rubani
  2. Mwashi
  3. Nahodha
  4. Mkalimani
  1. Huyu.......aliyeiba kitabu cha mwalimu. Neno gani linakamilisha sentensi hii
  1. Ndio
  2. Ndiye
  3. Ndiyo
  4. Ndiwo
  1. Mwalimu anaandika ubaoni. Sentensi hii ipo katika kauli gani?
  1. Kutendeka
  2. Kutenda
  3. Kutendewa
  4. Kutendwa
  1. Kifaa kinachotumika kukusanya nyasi shambani au bustanini ni
  1. Rato
  2. Sururu
  3. Reki
  4. Kwanja
  1. Kisawe cha neno beseni ni karai na kisawe cha neno “chanda” ni
  1. Pete
  2. Neti
  3. Mtoto
  4. Kidole
  1. Wingi wa neno “unywele” ni
  1. Manywele
  2. Unywele
  3. Nywele
  4. Minywele
  1. Vifaa vya mbao kama vile meza, viti na kabati kwa pamoja huitwa
  1. Selemara
  2. Vyombo
  3. Thamani
  4. Samani
  1. Tunaimba kabla ya kuondoka shuleni. Neno “tunaimba” silabi inayoonesha njeo ni ipi?
  1. tu
  2. a
  3. na
  4. mba
  1. Jua huzama upande wa
  1. kaskazini
  2. mashariki
  3. kusini
  4. magharibi
  1. Neno “shangalabaghala” lina silabi ngapi
  1. Tano
  2. Tisa
  3. Sita
  4. Nane
  1. Kuwadia ni
  1. Kufika
  2. Kuchelewa
  3. Kuwahi
  4. Kudamka
  1. Sehemu maalum ya kuogesha ng’ombe huitwa
  1. Josho
  2. Joshi
  3. Bafu
  4. Mto
  1. Mpwa ni nani?
  1. Mtoto wa baba
  2. Mtoto wa dada
  3. Shemeji wa mama
  4. Kaka yake baba
  1. Paa ni sehemu gani ya nyumba?
  1. Juu
  2. Ndani
  3. Chini
  4. Nyuma
  1. Fundi anayetengeneza kabati, dawati na meza huitwa
  1. Mwashi
  2. Seremala
  3. Fundi mbao
  4. Mliunzi
  1. Neno ambalo halilandani na mengine ni lipi?
  1. Samli
  2. Jibini
  3. Siagi
  4. Samadi
  1. Mto wa nzige anaitwa kimatu. Mtoto wa sungura anaitwaje?
  1. Kitungule
  2. Shibri
  3. Kibwagara
  4. ...
  1. Angeliwahi hospitalini...........kamilisha sentensi hii
  1. Angepona
  2. Angalipona
  3. Angelipona
  4. Angapma
  1. Maana halisi ya neno “aghalabu” ni
  1. Mara chache
  2. Mara kwa mara
  3. Kidogo
  4. Mara nyingi
  1. Kisawe cha neno faraghani ni
  1. Hadharani
  2. Mafichoni
  3. Pembezoni
  4. Waziwazi

SEHEMU B  LUGHA YA KIFASIHI METHALI NAHAU NA VITENDAWILI

Kamilisha methali

  1. Ng’ombe halemewi na
  2. Baniani mbaya
  3. Ukiona vyaelea

Tegua vitendawili

  1. Akitembea huringa hata akiwa hatarini
  2. Ukumbuu wa babu ni mrefu

Toa maana ya nahau zifuatazo

  1. Mkono wa birika
  2. Ana ndimi mbili

SEHEMU C UTUNGAJI

Sentensi zifuatazo zimeandikwa bila kufuata mtiririko sahihi. Zipange kwa kuzifa A, B, D, na E

  1. Baada ya kazi kubwa ya kutwa nzima hurudisha mifigo yao kijijini giza linapoan kuingia.
  2. Baada ya kuhitimu elimu ya msingi hivi sasa wanafanya kazi ya kuchunga kondoo na mbuzi
  3. Huko machungani husimuliana hadithi mbalimbali
  4. Shango na mkumbo ni marafiki
  5. Wanaishi katika kijiji cha kinambe

SEHEMU D USHAIRI

Soma shairi kwa makini kisha ujibu maswali utakayoulizwa

Mtihani umefika, tumekaa darasani,

Kiswahili twaandika, lugha yetu ya thamani,

Vijana hebu amka, na kalamu mkononi,

Msome bila pambao, msikalie maneno.

Maswali

  1. Idadi ya silabi katika mstari mmoja wa shairi unaitwa
  1. Mshororo
  2. Mizani
  3. Vina
  4. Urari
  1. Kila mshororo katika shairi hili una mizani ngapi?
  1. Minne
  2. Nane
  3. Kumi na sita
  4. Kumi
  1. Je, shairi hili lina beti ngapi?
  1. Mbili
  2. Tatu
  3. Nne
  4. moja

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE KISWAHILI EXAM SERIES 34

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   QUESTIONS

 WORKING SPACE

    ANSWER

 

Write the following numbers in words

 

 

 
  1.  
 

144,443

 

 

 
  1.  
 

44,444

 

 

 
  1.  
 

959,595

 

 

 
  1.  
 

723,456

 

 

 
  1.  
 

82,345

 

 

 

Write the following numbers in numerals

 

 

 
  1.  
 

Two hundred and forty one thousand, three hundred and sixty one

 

 

 
  1.  
 

Three hundred and six thousand, two hundred and one

 

 

 
  1.  
 

Two hundred thousand and one

 

 

 
  1.  
 

Four hundred thousand and sixteen

 

 

 
  1.  
 

Five hundred and six thousand, six hundred and sixty

 

 

 

Write the greater fraction

 

 

 
  1.  
 

6/11 and 5/11

 

 

 
  1.  
 

4/5 and 3/5

 

 

 
  1.  
 

1/5 and 1/4

 

 

 
  1.  
 

4/7 and 4/9

 

 

 
  1.  
 

3/8 and 5/8

 

 

 

Change the following mixed fraction into improper fraction

 

 

 
  1.  
 

11/2

 

 

 
  1.  
 

72/5

 

 

 
  1.  
 

101/4

 

 

 
  1.  
 

23/7

 

 

 
  1.  
 

31/3

 

 

 

Change the following improper fraction into mixed fraction

 

 

 
  1.  
 

10/3

 

 

 
  1.  
 

17/7

 

 

 
  1.  
 

11/4

 

 

 
  1.  
 

25/3

 

 

 
  1.  
 

41/4

 

 

 

Change the following hours into minutes

 

 

 
  1.  
 

7hrs

 

 

 
  1.  
 

13hrs

 

 

 
  1.  
 

6hrs

 

 

 
  1.  
 

9hrs

 

 

 
  1.  
 

3hrs

 

 

 

Change the following minutes into hours and minutes

 

 

 
  1.  
 

849min

 

 

 
  1.  
 

1149min

 

 

 
  1.  
 

686min

 

 

 
  1.  
 

4593min

 

 

 
  1.  
 

328min

 

 

 

Find the L.C.M of the following numbers

 

 

 
  1.  
 

45 and 38

 

 

 
  1.  
 

28 and 44

 

 

 

Find the G.C.F of the following numbers

 

 

 
  1.  
 

68 and 38

 

 

 
  1.  
 

92 and 100

 

 

 
  1.  
 

69 and 39

 

 

 

Find the square roots of the following numbers

 

 

 
  1.  
 

8100

 

 

 
  1.  
 

7225

 

 

 
  1.  
 

6400

 

 

 
  1.  
 

5625

 

 

 
  1.  
 

4900

 

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE MATHEMATICS EXAM SERIES 33

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

STANDARD FIVE EXAMINATION SERIES

SOCIAL STUDIES, MID TERM SEPTEMBER 2021

ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS

 

  1. Which one the following is not a natural resource?
  1. Minerals
  2. Land
  3. Plastic bag
  4. Water

2.The best way to preserve water is

  1. To cut down big trees and plant new ones
  2. To protect the water sources
  3. To increase water pollution
  4. To increase irrigation schemes

3. Must people in Tanzania are

  1. Employed by the government
  2. Farmers
  3. Fishermen
  4. Bank clerks

4. Soil erosion can be prevented by

  1. Cutting down trees and shrubs
  2. Burning forest and grasslands
  3. Proper farming methods and planting of trees
  4. Starting up mining activities

5. To Tanzania, land, minerals, water and forests are

  1. Non-made resources
  2. Resources for the rich only
  3. National resources
  4. Artificial resources

6. The Arusha declaration was announced on

  1. 5th February 1977
  2. 12th January 1964
  3. 7th April 1972
  4. 5th February 1967

7.Dr John Pombe Magufuli is the.........president of Tanzania

  1. First
  2. Fifth
  3. Second
  4. Fourth

8.Anemometer is a special instrument which is used to measure..............

  1. Wind speed
  2. Wind vane
  3. Wind
  4. Direction

9...........is a member of particular religious institution sent into another country or area to preach the word of God

  1. Missionaries
  2. Traders
  3. Explorers
  4. Vasco da Gama

10...........are the people whose jobs is to buy and sell goods

  1. Traders
  2. Capitalism
  3. Colonialist
  4. Slaves

11.The explores who came to Tanganyika was

  1. Carl Peters, Vasco da Gama, David living stone
  2. Sultan Said Said, Edward steer
  3. Dutch settlement at the cape
  4. Robert Mugabe

12.Carl peters was the founder of a trading company called

  1. Germany East Africa company (GEACO)
  2. Imperial British East Africa company (IBEAC)
  3. Bonite Bottlers limited (BBL)
  4. Coffee limited (CL)
  1. ...........is the total way of life
  1. Tradition
  2. Taboos
  3. Culture
  4. Language

13............is the situation in which one loves country and people

  1. Cooperation
  2. Patriotism
  3. Accountability
  4. Hard working

14.............is a cultural practice in which one gets married before he/she is eighteen years old

  1. Early and forced marriage
  2. Polygamies
  3. Paying bride price
  4. Female genital mutilation

 

                                                     MATCH ITEMS

LIST A

          LIST B

15.Female genital mutilation

16.Culture

17. Vasco da Gama, David living stone, John spike

18.1964

19.1999

20.1967

21. 1961

22. Overgrazing

23. Environment

24. wind

  1. Are examples of explorers who came to Tanganyika
  2. Practice of circumcising girl or women
  3. Is the total way of life
  4. The independence of Tanganyika
  5. Arusha declaration
  6. The death of J.K Nyerere
  7. Zanzibar revolution
  8. Is the movement of air around us
  9. Is everything that surround us
  10. Is the act of keeping many animals such as cattle, goat and sheep in a small area

 

Write true or false

25. Water pollution is not harmful to people and animals..................

26.Water pollution is good for humans and animals health..............

27.Chagga named their leader as mangi............

28.The hehe named their leader as mtwara..........

29.Some of the economical activities are agriculture, trade, mining............

30.Multiparty system started in 2021............

31. Death of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere in 2022.........

32.Arusha Declaration in 1920................

 

Fill the following gaps

Mention 3 positive aspects of culture

33.......................

34.......................

35.......................

Write 3 negative aspect of culture

36......................

37.....................

38.....................

Write 3 agent of colonialism

39...................

40...................

41...................

List any 3 uses of trees

42..................

43..................

44..................

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE SOCIAL EXAM SERIES 32


 

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SOCIAL STUDIES- AUGUST-SEPTEMBER EXAMS

STD FIVE

TIME: 1.30 HRS                                                                                           2020

NAME:_______________________________________CLASS:___________

          INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This paper consists of 50 questions
  2. Answer all questions as per instructions given in each section
  3. Remember to write your name and the date of today

 

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 is the correct meaning of environment?

  1. All the things around our school 
  2. Water, land and air only
  3. Living things that surround us 
  4.  All non-living things that surround us   
  5. All the things that surround us including living and non- living things

2. Which of the following activities cause environmental degradation?

  1. Planting trees                
  2. Cleaning our environment   
  3. Reforestation   
  4. Deforestation   
  5. Afforestation 

3. The process of collecting and storing information for future reference is referred to as:

  1. Record keeping
  2.  Archaeology
  3. Museums                   
  4. Historical events  
  5. Archives 

4. The removal of the top layer of the soil from one place to another place is termed as:

  1. Drought 
  2. Air pollution
  3.  Soil erosion      
  4.  Environmental conservation  
  5.  Afforestation

5. What is the main function of a camera in record keeping?

  1. To write down important historical events
  2. To take photographs/pictures of historical events
  3. To search for places where different historical events occurred                           
  4. To preserve different tools and objects of historical events
  5. To keep written information about historical events

6. When did Mwalimu Julius KambarageNyerere die?

  1. 9th December 1961 
  2.  7th April 1972  
  3.  10th July 1973  
  4. 26th April 1964  
  5.  14th October 1999

7. The total ways of life of a particular society is referred to as:

  1. Customs 
  2. Culture   
  3.  Family    
  4. Religion 
  5. Tradition                   

    8. Which European nation invaded Tanganyika from 1886 to 1961?

A. Portugal       B. Britain C. Germany          D. Italy       E. Belgium                     

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

  1. Thermometer
  2. Barometer 
  3. Rain gauge       
  4. Anemometer
  5.  Hygrometer 

10. The daily conditions of the atmosphere recorded for a short period of time are referred to as:

A. Temperature       B. Weather  C. Humidity         D. Climate  E. Sunshine          

11. The largest percentage of the earth’s surface is covered by:

A. Air       B. Water            C. Land       D. Mountains                 E. Forest              

12. The transmission of historical facts from one generation to another generation through the words of mouth is historically known as:

A. Archaeology                                      C. Historical site            E. Museums          

B Archives                              D. Oral traditions

13. One of the ways of conserving water sources is:

A.Dumping wastes in to the water bodies       

B. Avoiding illegal fishing methods like the use of dynamites                                  

C. Burning bushes

D. Cutting down all the trees along the water bodies

E. Directing the water from the industries in to the river, ocean or lake

14. The moving air is known as:

A. Temperature         B. Humidity                   C. Wind      D. Gas                  E. Water               

15. When did Tanganyika get her independence?

A.9th December 1961                    C. 10th December 1963  E. 26th April         1964  

B. 9th December 1962                            D. 12th January 1964

16. The special places or buildings where tools and objects of historical events are kept are known as:

A. Museums                                 C. Anthropology           E. Oral tradition   

B. Archives                                  D. Archaeology              

17. Who discovered the skull of the earliest man at Olduvai Gorge in 1959?

A.Karl Peters                               C. Vasco da Gama                  E. Charles Darwin         

B. Dr. Louis Leakey                     D. David Livingstone

18. In which region is KondoaIrangi historical site found?

A.Arusha                                               C. Dodoma                    E. Tanga               

B. Iringa                                       D. Ruvuma

19. The instrument that is used to measure  wind speed is called:

A. Anemometer                                     C. Wind vane                 E. Thermometer   

B. Barometer                               D. Rain gauge

20. The president who served for a long period of time in Tanzania was:

A. Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere            C. Ali HassaniMwinyi   E. JakayaMrishoKikwete

B. Benjamin William Mkapa                 D. Rashid MfaumeKawawa                        

21. What is the name of the following instrument?

 

 

 

                         A.  Anemometer                                   

                         B. Wind vane

                         C. Hygrometer                                                                                      

                         D. Wind sock  

                         E. Barometer

 

22. Which one among the following is NOT an element of weather?

  1. Sunshine                                  C. Temperature              E. Air pressure     

     B. Humidity                                 D. Barometer

23. The Iringa declaration of 1972 advocated on:

A. Socialism                                 C. Tourism                    E. Fishing             

B. Agriculture                              D. Industry 

24. The Tanzania and Uganda (Kagera) war was fought from:

A. 1905-1907  B. 1914-1918   C. 1961-1967  D. 1978-1979       E. 1990-1995                 

25. Keeping records of historical events is very important because:

  1. It helps us to remember and learn from the past events
  2. It helps us to forget the past
  3. It helps us to loose important information about the past events                        
  4. It help us to get wrong information about the past
  5. It creates conflicts in the society

26. Which historical event do the Tanzanians remember on 14th October of every year?

  1. Independence of Tanganyika             D. Death of Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere 
  2. Independence of Zanzibar                  E. Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar
  3. Zanzibar revolution 

27. The process of loving your country and being ready even to die for it is termed as:

A. Citizenship                                        C. Freedom          E. Patriotism                  B. Nationality                                        D. Unity

28. Which of the following was the first group agents of colonialism to arrive in Tanganyika and Zanzibar?

  1. Missionaries                                   C. Traders            E. Portuguese       
  2. Explorers                                                 D. Arabs

29. The study of weather is known as:

  1. Climatology                                                C. Archaeology    E. Meteorology              
  2. Astronomy                                                 D. Zoology 

30. The main source of water is:

A. Sun             B. River                D. Lake       C. Ocean     E. Rainfall                      

31. The process of cutting down trees without replanting others is known as:

A. Overgrazing          B. Deforestation C. Afforestation D. Deforestation E. Destocking   

32. A person who is admired by his courage and outstanding achievement in the society is known as:

A. Leader                  B. Citizen             C. President          D. Hero       E. Elite                 

33. The total way of life of a particular group of people or society is called:

A. Tradition    B. Customs C. Culture   D. Religion           E. Norms              

34. Which of the following is one of the effects of destroying our environment?

A. Availability of food                 C. Availability of resources     E. Increase of plants and animals

B. Outbreak of diseases      D. Enough rainfall                                                         

35. In which year did Tanzania re-introduce multiparty system?

A. 1985           B. 1992       C. 1965       D. 2005      E. 2010                          

36. Who was the leader of Majimaji war?

  1. Abushiri                         C. KinjekitileNgwale               E. Isike                           
  2. Bwana Heri                    D. Mkwawa

37. The following are the names of the African heroes who resisted colonial invasion in Africa, EXCEPT:

  1. KinjekitileNgwale           C. Vasco da Gama                  E. SamoreToure
  2. Chief Lobengula             D. DedanKimathi                                                 

38. Tanzanite are minerals that are mined only in Tanzania at a place known as:

A. Mererani     B. Mwadui  C. Kiwira    D. Songwe  E. Songosongo               

39. If you cut down trees and then you replant others, you practice environmental conservation process known as:

A. Afforestation        B. Reforestation  C. Deforestation    D. Land pollution E. Overgrazing          

40. The amount of rainfallon the earth’s surface is measured by an instrument called:

A. Rain meter       B. Rain gauge    C. Thermometer D. Anemometer  E. Hygrometer   

SECTION B: SHORT ANSWERS QUESTIONS

Answer the following questions by supplying the correct answers in the space provided

  1. The removal of the top layer of soil from one place to another is called__________________
  2. What is the function of the instrument shown by the picture below in record keeping?

 

                      Image result for camera                      _______________________________________________

 

Write down two advantages of wind

  1. ________________________________
  2. _________________________________
  3. Name the element of weather measured by using the instrument shown by the diagram below

image______________________________

  1. Write down two disadvantages of not keeping records of historical events
    1. ________________________________________________________
    2. _____________________________________________________
  2. List down two effects of mining activities on environment
    1. ______________________________________________________
    2. _______________________________________________________
  3. Who discovered the skull of the earliest man at Olduvai Gorge?_________________________
  4. The policy of Free Market Economy was introduced by president_________________________
  5. The historical sites that are famous for rock paintings in Tanzania are___________________________________________and___________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

 

 

                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZSTANDARD FIVE SOCIAL EXAM SERIES 17


 

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, LOCAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ENGLISH- AUGUST-SEPTEMBER

STD FIVE

TIME: 1.30 HRS             2020

NAME:_____________________________________CLASS:___________

        INSTRUCTIONS

  1. This paper consists of three sections A, B,C and D
  2. Answer all questions in all sections
  3. All answers should be written in spaces provided
  4. Ensure clarity in your work


SECTION A: GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE 

Fill in the blanks using the correct verb to complete the following sentences

 

  1. Each of the oranges ___________________ wrapped in silver paper      ( were, was) 
  2. He asked me if you ____________________ my friend                            (was, were) 
  3. Mumps __________________ a very painful oilment                     ( is, are) 
  4. One of the player __________________ been hurt                                 ( has, have) 
  5. every one of the babies _________________ vaccinated                          ( was, were) 

Rewrite these sentences using as ---- as constructions: 

  1. His writing is (untidy) mine          ___________________________________________________
  2. She is (smart) her mother             ___________________________________________________
  3. Mary looks older than she is        ___________________________________________________

Change the following phrases from the singular to the plural

  1. This woman’s purse                     ___________________________________________________
  2. The dog’s kennel                ___________________________________________________
  3. The baby’s food                 ___________________________________________________

Write each of the given phrases in another way, using the possessive form of the noun


  1. The horns of the cow                    ___________________________________________________
  2. The ears of the donkey       ___________________________________________________

Change the following sentences from singular to plural: 


  1. She has just finished her work      ___________________________________________________
  2. That box was taken by me           ___________________________________________________

Change the sentences below into passive voice 

  1. He has broken a glass                   ___________________________________________________
  2. The cat killed a rat                        ___________________________________________________

Form adverbs from the words given and then use them to complete the sentence below.

       ( Heavy,     Annual,      Smart,                  Careful) 

  1. The bridegroom was dressed ___________________________
  2. We have packed the goods      ___________________________
  3. The box was loaded                ___________________________
  4. Our headmaster awards prizes ___________________________

Complete the sentences with the correct degree of adjectives.

  1. Your cold is ___________________ ( bad) than mine 
  2. The church is the _______________         (old) building in the county 

Add question tags in the following: 

  1. They play football every Saturday _______________________
  2. He doesn’t live with his parents   _________________________

Choose the most suitable preposition from the ones given to complete the sentences 

  1. The teacher was angry ______________ the students who came late.

a) To                    b) For                   c) With        d) From      e) Against 

  1. The goalkeeper was ashamed ______________ letting the ball through 

a) On                    b) Of           c) To           d) By                    e) From 

 

  1. He has been absent _____________ school for over a week 

a) Of           b) Off                   c) Out of     d) At           e) From 

  1. He wrote his answer ____________ ink 

a) With       b) In            c) On                    d) Of           e) By 

Insert each pair of homophones correctly in the spaces provided in the following sentences 

  1. The chicken told __________________ father that they were late.  ( there, their) 
  2. The ____________________ of directors had a meeting                 ( Bored, board) 

Insert the past tense of the verb in brackets:

  1. Dad ___________________ (bring) me a new shirt 
  2. Susan ___________________ (choose) a lovely blue silk dress 
  3. Birds ___________________ (build) nests 
  4. He __________________ (sing) a song for us 

SECTION B: COMPOSITION 

Arrange the following sentences in the correct order by giving numbers 46 – 50 letter A to E 

  1. He was so forgetful that his friends called him Mr. Forgetful 
  2. One day Mr. Forgetful woke in the middle of the night 
  3. “It’s not morning yet. I must go back to sleep” 
  4. Before getting out of bed he looked at his watch and said, “Oh dear me!”
  5. Once upon a time there was a forgetful man. 

SECTION C: COMPREHENSION: 

Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow 

Sea – Lions 

Sea – lions bear some resemblance to seals, though they are much larger. When fully grown they are from twelve to twenty  feet in length and from eight to fifteen in circumference; they are extremely fat, so that having cut through the skin, which is about an inch in thickness, there is at least a foot of fat before you come to either lean or bones.

Their skins are covered with short grey hair, but their tails and fins, which serve them for feet on shore, are almost black. They have a distant resemblance to an overgrown seal, though in some particulars there is a manifest difference between them, especially in males. These have a large snout, or trunk, hanging down five or six inches below the end of the upper jaw, which the females have not. Those animals divide  their time equally between the land and the sea, continuing at sea all the summer, and coming on shore at the setting in of winter, where they reside during the whole of that season. In this interval they bring forth their young and have generally two at a birth, which they suckle with their milk, they being at first about the size of a fully – grown seal. During the time these sea – lions continue on shore, they feed on the grass and small plants which grow near the blanks of fresh – water streams.

 

They often, especially the males, have furious battles with each other, principally about their females; and we were one day surprised by the sight of two sea – lions goring each other with teeth until they were covered with blood. 

Questions:

  1. Which is the bigger, a sea – lions or a seal? ________________________________
  2. What is the length of a fully grown sea – lion? ______________________________
  3. What is the thickness of a sea – lions skin? _________________________________
  4. What thickness of fat lies between the skin of a sea – lion and its flesh or bones?________________
  5. What purpose is served by the sea – lions tail and fins when it’s on shore? _____________
  6. Where does the sea – lion spend the summer? ____________________________________
  7. Where does it spend the winter? _______________________________________________
  8. What time of the year are young sea – lions born? _________________________________
  9. How does the face of a male  sea – lion differ from that of a female?___________________

 

  1. What do the male sea – lions fight about chiefly? __________________________________

 

 


 

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