1.This paper consists of fifty (50) questions in sections A, B, C and D.
2.Answer all the questions.
3.Read all the given instructions in the special answer sheet (OMR) and fill in all the needed information.
4.Write your Examination Number and then shade the digits of the number in the respective place in your answer sheet.
5.Shade the letter of the correct answer for each question in the answer sheet provided, for example, if the correct answer is A shade as follows:
6.If you have to change your answer, you must rub out the shading very neatly before shading the new one. Use a clean rubber.
7.Use HB pencil only.
8.Cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room.
SECTION A: GRAMMAR
Choose the words that complete the sentences by shading the letters of the correct answer in the answer sheet provided.
1. Mr. Kazi _____________ his house in 1947.
2. Juayote _____________ reading a book now.
3.Chanjagaa ________ go to buy water melons yesterday.
4.They are going to town, _____________
5.The whole class was excited because _____________ had passed the examination.
6.This dog is healthy because it _____________ good food.
7.Mrs. Luka said that she _____________ come back the following day.
8.Omi and Mputa _____________ while the teacher was teaching.
9. They _____________ to harvest crops next month.
10.I found Jane _____________ bread at the bakery.
11._____________ house is this?
12.Is there _____________ orange juice left?
13. The teacher put all his books _____________ the table.
14.Hey, Anne, what are you looking _____________?
15.This book is yours but the blue one is _____________.
16.She was not familiar _____________ the school.
17.This is my mother’s house _____________ she built it herself.
18.I have been teaching in this school _____________1970.
19.Peter and Paul are good friends. They always sit _____________ each other.
20.He neither cooked his food _____________ cleaned his room.
21.To _____________ does this dictionary belong?
22.I have talked to my teachers _____________ one hour.
23.John’s behavior is different _____________ his father.
24. _____________ Jitihada is always late for class, he is going to pass the examination.
25.Masanja is _____________ than Mayala.
26.You can _____________ read or write on the blackboard.
27.We have known him _____________ 1995.
28.Jane was told to do the work by _____________.
29.Juma was so tired _____________ he had to go for a rest.
30.Samson is not only intelligent _____________ obedient to his teacher.
SECTION B: VOCABULARY
For each of the following questions, choose the correct answer and shade its letter in the answer sheet provided.
31.Your uncle’s wife is your __________.
32.A building along the roadside where motorists pay to stay in and have meals is a __________.
33.The opposite of the word “expensive” is __________.
34.A person who mends shoes is a __________.
35.A group of buffaloes or cattle is called __________.
36.Another meaning for the word “purchase” is __________.
SECTION C: 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 letter of the correct answer in your answer sheet.
37.When Mrs. Daudi came back from work, she did not find the meat.
38.One day, Mrs. Daudi put some meat in the cupboard and left for work.
39.From that day the cat was chased away.
40.Her cat opened the cupboard and ate the meat.
SECTION D: COMPREHENSION
Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow by shading the letter of the correct answer in your answer sheet.
Tourism is a type of business. Both developed and undeveloped countries use this business as a source of income. These countries have tourist attractions such as wild animals, high mountains, attractive beaches, rivers and lakes. Tourists spend money on food, accommodation, transport and many other things. In this way a country which is visited by many tourists can make a lot of money.
Tanzania is one of those countries which are visited by tourists every year. She gets a lot of money from attracting tourists. The tourists pay visits to National parks such as Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Manyara and Mikumi. Some wild animals found in those parks are lions, elephants, tigers, antelopes, hippopotamus, buffaloes, zebras and baboons. The tourists can also take photos and buy books containing information about wild life.
Apart from visiting National parks, tourists also climb Mount Kilimanjaro which is a snow-capped mountain. This is the highest mountain in Africa with a height of over five thousand meters above sea level. Mountain climbers are helped by guides and potters. Tourists pay the guides and potters. Most tourists enjoy staying in Tanzania because of the tourist attractions which she has.
41.What is the source of income in many countries?
42.A person who travels for the purpose of visiting another place for pleasure is a __________.
43.According to the passage, where is tourism conducted?
Developing and developed countries
44.Who pays the potters?
45.The opposite of the word “income” is __________.
46.What else do tourists do apart from visiting National parks in Tanzania?
Climb the mountain
Stay in Tanzania
47.Tourists’ money is spent on which of the following items?
Food, accommodation and transport
Food, clothes and photos
Transport and shopping
Accommodation and clothes
48.According to the passage, which are the animals found in the national parks?
Lions, elephants and hyena
Tigers, buffaloes and peacocks
Lions, impala and antelopes
Lions, elephants and baboons
E Zebras, tigers and wild pigs.
49.How high is the highest mountain in Africa?
Over five hundred kilometers
About five thousand meters
Over five thousand meters
Over five thousand kilometers
About five thousand centimeter.
50.What does the pronoun “She” stands for in this passage?