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Once upon —–1—–time,  —–2——was —-3——  old woman  —–4—– had —–5—-children.She lived —-6 — in —7—-house.  It was  ——8—– of timber  ——-9—— iron sheets.  She was pretending —–10—–be friendly to children   —–11—— she wasn’t.  One evening she was cooking ——12——porridge.  She   —-13——-     voices of children coming to her house .She —-14—– picked up the hot pot.  —-15—–she was placing it on a shelf it dropped down spilling hot porridge on her whole body.
































Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentenses.

16. A lion roars. What do ducks do?


17. Sitting on a sofaset is ———- confortable than a chair.


18.Asha was as black as


19. The dog ran away —-the fence.


20. Joan was the ————girl in her class.


21. A carpenter makes furniture.  What does a conductor do?


Fill in the blank with where, what or who.

22. The classteacher couldn’t remember ———– he had kept her register.


23.  What is the opposite of he word   ‘shallow’?


24. As hard as


25. What is a young one of a rabbit called?


Read the passage below then answer questions 26 – 38.

A long time ago, there was an old peasant.  He lived with his wife and children. The children were called Odongo and Akinyi. The house in which they lived was built of
bricks.  One day Muthoni, the mother of the children fell sick. Odero, the father of the children took her to a nearby hospital. She was admitted. After two days, the woman passed away.


26. What was the old man?


27. The type of family mentioned was likely to be


28. The son of the old man was called


29.  Bricks are made of


30.The mother of the children died


31.What was the name of Muthoni’s husbands?


32. The story in the passage above can be described as


33.A person who treats sick in a hospital is called a


34.After two days, the woman passed away. This means the same as


35. The word ‘old’ is mentioned in the passage. The opposite of old as used in the passage is


36. Muthoni was sick


37. The mother of the children fell sick. The present tense of the word fell is


38. The family mentioned above was


39. The BEST title for this passage could be


Read the following passage carefully then answer questions 40 – 50.

One day Musa’s grandfather found Musa on a tree in the orchard. He said, “Why do you like playing on trees?  Don’t you remember that Mwangi, the son of Gicheche fell from a tree, his leg got broken and he almost died? You must stop it.”  “I remember very well. I’m very sorry. I’ll not repeat it,” Musa said. After fortnight Musa was up on another tree again. He had forgotten the war           5.  He stepped on a thin branch.  It got broken and he fell down.  He broke his hand and cried in great pain. The grandfather found him crying and said, “Musa! Didn’t I warn you? Do you see what has happened to you now?”


40.  Why do you think Musa was on the tree


41. Who is said to have almost died?


42. The character of Mwangi was LIKELY to be


43. Mwangi fell down because he


44. Mwangi cried because he


45. The word ‘fortnight’ means


46. Which warning had Mwangi forgotten?


47.  Who had fallen from a tree earlier?


48. What do you think Musa’s grandfather did?


49. The passage above helps us to know the importance of 


50. The BEST title for the passage is


Question 1 of 50