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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2018

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2018
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson?
„Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2017

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2017
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2016

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2016
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2015

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2015
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2014

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2014
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2013

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2013
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2012

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2012
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2011

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2011
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2010

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2010
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2009

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2009
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2008

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2008
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2007

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2007
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2006

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2006
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2005

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2005
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2004

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2004
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…

ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2003

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ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PDF 2003
Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions which follow
PASSAGE I
It was an English lesson and our classroom was quiet. The blackboard was covered with sentences on „if‟ clauses and we went through such different forms as:


1. If he comes, I shall be happy; 2. If you abused him, he would beat you; 3. Amo could have won the race if he had trained harder
We all found it difficult to understand the formula for each sentence. We had problems with the tenses but as our final examinations were so near we really had to master them. We were, however, interrupted by the noise of a bucket and heavy footsteps on the veranda. Then Mr Odumba‟s big head came round the door.


Sorry to interrupt, he told our teacher. We all looked up, highly pleased at the welcomed interruption. Who knows, Mr Odumba might fall down again and what could be more pleasing than that in the middle of a difficult lesson? „Can I have a word with you alone, please?‟ Mr Odumb…