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1 St. Thomas More College Half Yearly Examinations 2009 YEAR 5 ENGLISH (WRITTEN) TIME: 1hr 15 mins NAME: CLASS: 1. Find the odd one out. (5 1 = 5 marks) Example: bus ticket shoes passengers bus driver shoes a) trousers eyes nose ears teeth b) apple orange banana peach carrot c) fisherman aeroplane fish net boat d) elephant lion zebra eagle giraffe e) Monday Friday May Tuesday Sunday 2. Who am I? (5 1= 5 marks) Example: I work in a hospital. N U R S E a) I look after your teeth. D b) I write for a newspaper. R c) I sew clothes. T d) I sell meat. B e) I am the son of a king. P 1

2 3. Complete the sentences using the words and pictures below. Some words may be used MORE THAN ONCE. (10 1= 10 marks) always sometimes never often Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Wesley Wayne Wendy Whitney a) Wesley plays football but he reads. b) Wayne reads and plays football. c) Wendy plays tennis but uses a computer. d) Whitney uses the computer and reads. e) and never play football. 2

3 4. Look at the picture. Complete the dialogue between Jack and the florist by filling in the blanks with suitable words. Do not write more than one word in each blank. (10 1= 10 marks) Florist: morning! Can I help? Jack: Yes. I'd to buy some plants, please. Florist: How would you like? Jack: Two, please. Florist: else? Jack: Can I have roses? Mum's birthday is tomorrow. How would it cost me in all? Florist: Twenty Euros. Jack: Here you. Florist: Thanks very. a good day! 3

4 5. Look at the pictures very carefully: Alex Peter Anna Marta A: Tick the correct answer:(2 x 1 = 2 marks) Yes No 1. Everybody had a sandwich. 2. Nobody had a lollipop. B: Now answer the following questions by using (4 x 2 = 8 marks) everybody, nobody or somebody. Example: Did anybody have a banana? Yes, somebody did. 1. Did anybody have some juice? 2. Did anybody have an apple? 3. Did anybody have some cakes? 4. Did anybody have a sandwich? 4

5 6. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions set below. Sometimes it s a lot of fun to live in the same room as your brothers, but only sometimes. One thing that was fun was when we lay in bed at night and told each other ghost stories. But it was scary too. Karl told such awful ghost stories and I was so scared that I had to lie under the blanket a long, long time afterward. Bill still doesn t tell ghost stories; he only talks about adventures that he s going to have when he grows up. Then he intends going to America where the Indians live and become an Indian chief. (Paragraph 1) One night when Karl had told an awful story about a ghost who went around in a house and moved all the furniture, I was so scared that I thought I would die. It was almost dark in the room, and my bed stood very far away from the boys. All of a sudden one of the chairs started jumping back and forth. I thought it was the ghost, who had come to our house too and was moving our furniture, and I yelled as loud as I could. Then I heard them giggling over in their beds. And do you know what they had done? They had tied strings to the chair and were pulling it back and forth to make it jump. It s just like them. I got mad at first, but then I couldn t help laughing. (Paragraph 2) When you sleep in the same room as your brothers and they are bigger than you are, you re never allowed to decide anything. For one thing, it was always Karl who decided when the light should be turned out at night. When I wanted to read, Karl wanted to turn out the light and tell ghost stories. When I wanted to sleep, Karl and Bill left the light on to play Old Maid. Karl could turn out the light whenever he wanted to from his bed. (Paragraph 3) 5

6 Bill has always said he s going to be an Indian chief, but the other day I heard him say that he was going to be an engineer on a train, so perhaps he s changed his mind. I don t quite know what I m going to be, but probably a mother, because I like babies. Soon I ll be too big to play with dolls. (Paragraph 4) Adapted from The Children of Noisy Village by Astrid Lindgren. 1. Put a tick ( ) in a box to show the correct answer. i) This story is about a) three brothers b) three friends c) two brothers and one sister ii) They all iii) When they lay in bed they iv) The boys wanted to a) lived in the same room b) danced in the yard c) ate greedily in the kitchen a) slept soundly b) had pillow fights c) told each other ghost stories a) watch television before going to bed b) read a scary story about ghosts c) scare their sister (4 x 1 mark = 4 marks) 2. Put a tick ( ) in a box to show whether each sentence is True or False. Example: Karl told awful stories. a) Karl and Bill slept in different rooms. b) Bill wanted to go to America to become an Indian chief. c) They had no beds in their room. d) Their grandmother lived with them. TRUE FALSE 1 (4 x mark = 2 marks) 2 6

7 3. Answer the questions that follow. Write complete sentences. a) Did all the children like the stories? How do you know? b) What could Karl do from his bed? (4 marks) c) What happened one night while the children were in their room? (2x 3 marks = 6 marks) 4. Match the following words with the correct meaning as in the given example. a) awful to laugh in a silly way b) giggle to cry or shout loudly c) Yell a) causing fear or horror (2 x 2 marks = 4 marks) Composition (25 marks) Write a composition of about 120 words on ONE of the following: a) The Magic Hat How did you find this hat? It belonged to a witch. What kind of adventures did you have? What happened when you pronounced the magic word? Which powers did you possess? b) Write a story beginning with these words: The children were playing near the swimming pool when suddenly.. 7

8 c) A game I enjoy playing. It may be a playstation game. Describe the game. When do you play it? How long do you play it? What is your favourite character? d) Write a letter to your friend telling her/him about your school. Describe your school, your friends, your teacher and especially your class. e) Jenny was sleeping soundly. Suddenly she had a strange dream. 8

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