PART 1 (Answer all questions in this section)
Use the diagram below of an apple watermelon and an orange to answer questions 2 and 3.
|A.||Rainforest||Bamboo||Bare rock||Heath and moorland|
|B.||Bare rock||Heath and moorland||Bamboo||Rainforest|
|C.||Heath and moorland||Bare rock||Rainforest||Bamboo|
|D.||Bamboo||Rainforest||Heath and moorland||Bare rock|
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Soma kifungu hiki kisha ujibu swali la 1-5.
Tuta na Twita walikuwa wavulana. Walipendana kama chanda na pete. Walisoma katika shule moja.
Ajabu ni kwamba wote walikuwa na umri sawa. Walikuwa wakisoma kuanzia Jumatatu hadi Ijumaa.
Jumamosi na Jumapili walipumzika nyumbani kwao na kufanya kazi za ziada kutoka shuleni. Baada ya
kumaliza kazi za ziada, walipendelea kuenda kucheza.
Siku moja Tuta na Twita waliamua kwenda msituni kuwinda ndege kwa manati. Ilikuwa siku ya
Jumapilii. Walipofika msituni, waliendelea kuwawinda ndege. Waliendelea na mchezo wao hadi masaa ya
adhuhuri. Tuta akamwuliza Twita," Rafiki yangu,tutakula nini? Mimi ninahisi njaa!" Twita akasema "Mimi
nina kiporo ndani ya mfuko wa kaptura yangu. Sina wasiwasi!"
Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu swali la 6-10.
Mama aliniacha nyumbani na mtoto wetu mdogo. Nilimpenda sana mtoto wetu Nurika. Tulicheza na kucheka pamoja. Nilimwimbia wimbo mzuri. Nurika alikuwa mtoto mwenye furaha. Mara nilisikia mlango wa nyumba ukigongwa. Nikaitikia, "karibu!" Nilidhani ni rafiki yangu Sifu aliyekuja kwetu kucheza
Nilipoufungua mlango, nilimwona mtu mgeni kabisa Akaniuliza, "Mama yako yuko wapi?" Nilimjibu, "Ameenda sokoni." Mgeni aliketi hata kabla nimwambie aketi.Akaniambia:"Mimi ni rafiki ya mama yako. Nitamngoja mpaka aje kutoka sokoni. Nenda dukani ukaniletee soda ninywe nikimsubiri, Nina kiu sana!" Alinipa pesa.Nikakimbia dukani kumletea soda.
Nilipotoka dukani, sikumkuta. Alitoweka na mtoto wetu Nurika. Polisi bado wanamtafuta mama huyo.
Soma kifungu hiki kisha ujibu maswali 11-15.
Magari yoyote ya kuwabebea abiria huitwa matwana. Katika matwana mna mabasi au kwa umoja basi. zipo matatu au kwa jina jingine ni daladala. Magari yote haya hulipisha nauli ndipo yatoe huduma za usafiri. Anayelipa nauli ili asafiri huitwa abiria. Mahali ambapo magari yote huegeshwa ili yaanze safari tena upya huitwa kituoni au stesheni ya mabasi au kituo cha matwana.
`Anayeendesha gari huitwa dereva. Anayemsaidia dereva kupanga abiria ni utingo. Yeye ndiye
anayepokea nauli. Hulipisha abiria kulingana na mahali wanapoenda iwapo ni mbali au karibu. Matwana
husimama kwa muda mfupi stanini ili kushusha au kubeba abiria. Madereva wanafaa kuyaendesha magari kwa utaratibu mkubwa ili kuzuia ajali.
Jaza mapengo kwa majibu sahihi.
Chakula ___16___ kitamu watu hufurahia. Mimi hupenda chakula ___17___ na ___18___. Sitaki ___19___
chakula ___20___kwa sababu husababisha maradhi ya tumbo
Chagua jibu mwafaka kulingana na maagizo.
Mwandikie rafiki yako barua ukimshauri jinsi ya kufaulu katika masomo.
Read the passage below and answer questions 1 to 4.
Martin burped loudly at the table. Father chuckled. Grandma shook her head disapprovingly.
"Martin!" His mother growled, eyeing her husband grumpily as well. She had quite had enough of this behavior, and decided to finally fix it. He burped again and then he wiped his mouth on the table cloth. "Man I am so charming!" He chuckled.
"Martin unless you want to do the laundry and you want to start eating out of a dog's bowl, I suggest you find some manners." "Like what? Martin groaned, leaning on the table with both elbows. "Elbows off the table." Martin lifted his elbows and fidgeted with his napkin. "The napkin goes on your lap," mother ordered, "and no eating with your fingers."
Martin sighed and peeking out the corners of his eyes at his mom, he grabbed his spoon and started shoveling food into his mouth with his face about two inches off the plate. Speed eating was fun. He liked to see how much he could get into his mouth at once.
"Whoa there! I had no idea this was a feeding trough," mother laughed. Try using a fork, sitting up and closing your mouth when you chew. If you can't get the fork to your mouth without spilling the food on your lap, you are overloading it."
"Then it takes forever to eat, and I want to go and watch TV." Martin whined. "You will eat properly, and you will stay and have a discussion with us until we are all done with our meals. This is not a
drive-through. Eat slowly and neatly, and then help me wash the dishes."
"But..." Martin began to protest.
"Dog bowl?" Mother offered.
"No, thank you." Martin said softly, which made grandma smile. Mother smiled when Martin lifted a carefully -loaded fork of food to his mouth closed. "Excellent. You might still make someone a good husband." Father cleared his throat and ate neatly, too. He didn't get a complement though.
Read the passage below and answer questions 5 to 9.
Once upon a time there was a parrot. His name was Chiriku. He lived on a Mango tree, where he had made a nice nest. Chiriku was a Lovely and intelligent parrot. Not only had he a sweet voice but he also had a natural gift of imitating the voices of many things such as a crying child, coughing person, barking dog, singing of other birds and so on. It was a great pleasure to hear him singing. Whoever was near that Mango tree was pleased to hear him singing or for his imitation.
During the dry season the parrot on this particular day woke up feeling very thirsty. He flew around in that area in search of water but unfortunately, he could not find water anywhere. He was so thirsty that he could not live any longer without water. As he flew for a long time to get water, he was so tired so he sat on a branch of a tree to take rest. While he was sitting on the tree, he saw a pot of water under the tree. On seeing the pot, he was very pleased and rushed to the pot to drink water.
Read the passage below and answer questions 10 to 15.
One day my mother whipped me for not taking my chores seriously. I did not clean the house properly and when she returned from the market, where she had gone to sell grocery, she could not spare me. After that, I sadly retreated to my bed and soon I was deeply asleep.
I then ran away into a very deep wilderness home far away from my parents. It was so peaceful and tranquil. For once my mother would not be there with her do's and don'ts. My life would have no sadness of any kind or so I thought.
Things however changed one afternoon when strong winds accompanied by lightning struck the ground several times. All the living things I had lived with for months retreated to their respective abodes. Rodents were the first to leave for their holes. Birds complained that their homes were being shaken and
flew away to different homes elsewhere. I was left alone and the worst happened. The final lightning
struck my home setting it ablaze
For the first time in my life I longed for home, our nice home where everyone was present. I had no choice but to go home. It took a while but as I was about to reach home my mother shook me up! I was
almost late for school.
Fill in the blank spaces 16-20 by using the best answer.
Stenca, the chameleon was very disturbed. He did not ___16___ the fact that he ___17___changing colour whenever he moved ___18___one place to another ___19___. Even ___20___as he changed colour he also changed his mind!
|19.||all the time||yesterday||tomorrow||easily|
For questions 21 to 30, fill in blank spaces with the correct alternative from the choices given.
Write an interesting composition about;
SPORTS DAY IN OUR SCHOOL.