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English Questions and Answers - Class 7 End Term 2 2022 Set 2

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Read the passage below. It contains blank spaces numered 1-15. For each blank space, choose the best answer from the choices given.

The sky was geeting ___1___ by the mminutre and striong wind was ___2___ across the field. Soon drops of water were falling down from the overcast sky. The ___3___ scampered for shelter. Others asked the ___4___ to pospone hte match but the gentleman would hear ___5___ of it. He blew the ___6___ for the match to continue.

Peter did not ___7___ the rain at all. It was better than playing ___8___ the hot sun. He liked the ___9___of rain on his face and the cold sensation when it soaked through his football ___10___. His determination ___11___ be affected by anything even the rain.

His team had done a lot of ___12___ and was hoping to win the tournament. It had been two years___13___  they last won the Inter-Constituency Football Cup. Last year, in the game against Rockingham, their team had___14___ by just one goal. They had to turn the tide this time ___15___.

    1. more dark
    2. darkest
    3. darker
    4. dark
    1. blown
    2. flowing
    3. moving
    4. blowing
    1. onlookers
    2. audience
    3. spectators
    4. crowds
    1. manager
    2. referee
    3. captain
    4. judge
    1. none
    2. much
    3. some
    4. nothing
    1. alarm
    2. whistle
    3. bell
    4. watch
    1. care
    2. feel
    3. mind
    4. like
    1. below
    2. in
    3. on
    4. under
    1. feelings
    2. feeling
    3. fillings
    4. filling
    1. sweater
    2. shirt
    3. jersey
    4. cloth
    1. should not
    2. could not
    3. would not
    4. may not
    1. practice
    2. practices
    3. practises
    4. practise
    1. when
    2. since
    3. from
    4. for
    1. loss
    2. loosed
    3. beaten
    4. lost
    1. too
    2. around
    3. round
    4. also

In questions 16 to 18. choose the best sentence that means the same as the one underlined.

  1. Doing some house chores, Naliaka waited for her father's call.
    1. Naliaka waited for her father who was doing some house chores to call her.
    2. After doing some house chores, Naliaka waited for her father's call.
    3. Naliaka's had done some house chores before her father called her.
    4. Naliaka was doing some house chores as she waited for her father's call.
  2. Maria is the apple of her father's eye.
    1. Maria is very dear to her father.
    2. Maria resembles her father.
    3. Maria loves her father very much
    4. Maria is the only child of her father.
  3. The candidates passed the test with flying colours. The candidates
    1. hardly passed the test.
    2. excelled in the test.
    3. barely passed the test.
    4. performed fairly in the test.

In questions 19 and 20, choose the best alternative to complete the sentence

  1. You have to wait ____________ midnight before you can open your birthday gifts.
    1. until
    2. since 
    3. to 
    4. for
  2. He is _______________ forgetful ___________________ he doesn't care about school work.
    1. not only ... but also
    2. either...or 
    3. both ... and 
    4. neither ... nor

In questions 21 and 22. choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.

    1. She surprised us with her story.
    2. They left there shoes at the door.
    3. The occasion was very enjoyable.
    4. I was dissapointed when my friends didn't show up.
    1. She repeated the mistake again.
    2. He returned the books back to me.
    3. Raise up you hand to ask questions. 
    4. They coped with the cold weather.

In questions 23 to 25. choose the alternative that means the same as the underline words

  1. Surprisingly, my sister's daughter takes after me.
    1. nephew 
    2. cousin
    3. niece
    4. aunt
  2. It is unwise to be wasteful when spending money.
    1. thrifty
    2. expensive
    3. miserly
    4. extravagant
  3. The students were all ears when the teacher was speaking. 
    1. bored
    2. restless 
    3. attentive 
    4. afraid

Read the passage below and then answer questions 26-38

Nyambura had looked forward to the cruise, a time to relax and recharge her store of energy. It was the first time that she was on a holiday alone. Her family member and friends were unable to obtain leave from their jobs. She remembered their farewell kisses as they bid her goodbye at Collyer Quay where she had boarded the passenger liner. She was greatly impressed. The ship was a beauty to behold! There were many facilities to keep holiday makers entertained and actively occupied. The swimming pool, the gymnasium, the billiard and other games rooms as well as the theatre on board were very well managed. Activities were drawn up for the next three days.

The scenery around the ship was captivation for the few hours after the voyage began Besides the rising and falling tides and the diminishing islands, there wasn't anything appealing. The captain and the crew were very hospitable and professional. They spoke many languages and made everybody feel at ease. The captain was a real charmer. He had a deep sense of humour that endeared him to all of us. He had a deep accent that gave away his British origin.

The days began early with a work out session at the gymnasium. The intense two-hour session in the early morning always left Nyambura gasping for breath. She realised how unfit her body was. However, the activities got easier as her body and mind got used to the routine. The instructors were so fit that they effortlessly did the work-out activities that some passengers could not manage.

Meals were specially prepared. Foods from all over the world were on offer. The passengers had an opportunity to sample delicacies from diverse cultures. Sea food, vegetarian, native and exotic foods were served. Nyambura ate in moderation in fear of stomach upsets and reactions. While she enjoyed some, she had a hard time with sea food. The cruise took the passengers to destinations located on distant islands. The people they encountered were friendly. Nyambura was able to buy souvenirs and took as a many photographs as possible to capture the memories, gift her colleagues at work and show off to her friends and family.

Three days flew past like a day. She couldn't believe the end had come. Tears welled in her eyes wishing she had the ability to turn back the wheels of time. It was a pity that Nyambura's holiday ended that way. She would be on the cruise again the following year.

  1. Why was the cruise so important for Nyambura? She
    1. had not been on a cruise before. 
    2. wanted to enjoy the holiday alone.
    3. had looked forward to it for a long time.
    4. wanted a time to rest and regain lost energy.
  2. Why was Nyambura unaccompanied on the cruise?
    1. She did not have any friends or relatives.
    2. Her family and friends were unavailable.
    3. She was the only one who was not working
    4. She requested her family and friends to remain behind.
  3. The phrasal verb 'looked forward to' means the same as
    1. planned for
    2. longed for
    3. waited.
    4. postponed
  4. Which one of the following statements is not true according to the passage?
    1. Nyambura's family abd friends escorted her to Collyer Quay.
    2. Nyambura's family and friends wished her welll as she left for the cruise.
    3. Nyambura was sad to go on holiday without her friends.
    4. Nyambura's family and friends could not get time off from their jobs. 
  5. What impressed Nyambura most about the ship? The
    1. ship crew.
    2. facilities on the ship.
    3. beauty of the ship.
    4. scenery aorund the ship.
  6. The ship had many facilities in order to
    1. ensure the passengers were happy and occupied
    2. draw up activities for three days.
    3. make the passengers spend their money.
    4. keep the crew entertained and occupied. 
  7. Why do you think the islands were diminishing? 
    1. The tides were rising and falling. 
    2. They were not appealing.  
    3. The ship moved away from them.
    4. They were covered with ocean water.
  8. It is true to say that
    1. there was a lot to see in the ocean.
    2. the ship captain and crew were very welcoming.
    3. only games were played in the ship.
    4. the passengers spoke all languages.
  9. The captain was real charmer. This implies that the captain made people
    1. laugh a lot.
    2. feel afraid 
    3. feel at case.
    4. feel threatened.
  10. How did Nyambura know the nationality of the captain? The
    1. captain told her.
    2. way he looked.
    3. many languages he spoke.
    4. way he spoke. 
  11. Nyambura realised that her body was not fit because she
    1. was short of breath after working out.
    2. could not perform the activities during work out.
    3. was unable to wake up early for the work out.
    4. was lazier than the rest of the passengers.
  12. Which of the following statements is true to about the food served on the ship?
    1. It was derived from one locality.
    2. It was served to the passengers in moderation.
    3. Passengers were free to eat the food they wanted.
    4. Every passenger enjoyed every type of food served.
  13. Nyambura bought souvenirs for all the following reasons except to
    1. give them to her family and friends.
    2. boast about the cruise to friends and . family. 
    3. sell them to her friends and family
    4. remind her about the pleasant cruise she had.

Read the passage below and then answer questions 39-50.

Water is one of the most vital natural resources for life on Earth. The availability and quality of water determines not only where people can live,
but also their quality of life. It is not enough to have plenty of fresh water if it is not available when and where it is needed. Only five per cent of the world's water is deemed fit  for consumption and this ngure is shrinking by the day. Thus, it must be treated as a limited and precious resource

Without water, all human activities would be affected and come to a standstill. Water is essential for commercial use which includes fresh water for motels, hotels, restaurants, office buildings, other commercial facilities and civilian and military institutions. Domestic water use would be for drinking, food preparation, bathing, washing, flushing toilets, and watering lawns and gardens. The other uses would be for industries such as power generations and for agriculture.

The availability of water cannot be separated from development. In fact, there cannot be development without a reliable supply of water. Water must be in sufficient supply for an area to develop and continue developing. In the twenty-first century, the demand to water has to be managed more effectively within the available supply instead of simply building more dams. More needs to be done like adopting water saving technologies, recycling of water and water harvesting.

The demand for water increases year by year as the human population grows bigger. However, the supply of clean, useable water does not. Instead, it shrinks due to pollution, deforestation and global warming. If a balance is not obtained, our sources of water will diminish very fast.

There are several ways in which an individual can save this precious commodity. When washing dishes or hands, don't let the water run while rinsing. Run your washing . machine and dishwasher only when they are full and you could save 1 000 gallons of water. Minimize evaporation by watering plants early in the morning when the temperature is cooler. Replacing the traditional shower head with a water-saving one could save about a gallon of water each time.

It is said that one can survive a week without food, but only a few days without water. Since water is the source of all life, it is time great importance is placed to conserve it.

  1. According to the first sentence, water
    1. is the most important resource in life
    2. is among the most important resources
    3.  is the only vital resource in life
    4. life is possible without water. 
  2. The following factors make water  resource. Which one does not?Its  availability
    1. at the time it is needed.
    2. in the quality it is needed. 
    3. at the place it is needed. 
    4. at the form it is needed.
  3. The word 'fit' used in the passage means  the same as 
    1. suitable. 
    2. healthy. 
    3. adequate. 
    4. clean. 
  4. It is true to say that
    1. the amount of consumable water in the world is reducing.
    2. there is plenty of consumable water in the world
    3. the amount of drinking water remains the same.
    4. any water in the world can be consumed.
  5. The passage talks about all of the following uses of water except for
    1. domestic use.
    2. recreational use. 
    3. commercial use,
    4. agricultural use. 
  6. It is true to say that
    1. the demand for water has remained unchanged. 
    2. both demand and supply of water have increased
    3. the supply for water increases with rise in population
    4. the demand for clean useable water has increased year by year
  7. The writer suggests all the following measures to manage demand for water except 
    1. harvesting water. .
    2. adopting water saving techniques.
    3. building more boreholes.
    4. recycling waste water. 
  8. The word 'sufficient' as used in the  passage means
    1. plenty.
    2. enough
    3. surplus.
    4. scarcity
  9. The following have affected the availability of consumable water. Which one has not?
    1. Environmental pollution.
    2. Clearing of forests.
    3. Low population growth.
    4. Global warming.
  10. Running washing machines only when they are full is a way
    1. of saving time and energy,
    2. of harvesting water.
    3. to recycle waste water.
    4. to reduce wastage of water
  11. Why does the writer advise about watering plants in the morning?
    1. Plants don't take much water in the morning.
    2. The temperatures are high in the morning.
    3. There is little loss of water in the morning.
    4. It reduces pollution of the environment.
  12. Which one of the following is the most suitable title for the passage?
    1. Water pollution.
    2. Water and development.
    3. The uses of water resources.
    4. Water conservation measures.


  1. C
  2. B
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. B
  7. C
  8. B
  9. B
  10. C
  11. B
  12. D
  13. B
  14. D
  15. C
  16. D
  17. A
  18. B
  19. A
  20. A
  21. A
  22. D
  23. C
  24. D
  25. C
  26. D
  27. C
  28. B
  29. C
  30. C
  31. D
  32. C
  33. B
  34. A
  35. D
  36. B
  37. C
  38. C
  39. B
  40. D
  41. A
  42. A
  43. B
  44. D
  45. C
  46. B
  47. C
  48. D
  49. C
  50. D
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