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English Paper 1 Form 4 End of Term 1 Examination 2019

Class: Form 4

Subject: English

Level: High School

Exam Category: Form 4 End Term 1 Exams

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English Paper 1 Form 4 End of Term 1 Examination 2019
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1. Imagine you are the school head boy of Ajuba Secondary School and students have been complaining of incidences of insecurity in the school. The Principal has asked you to carry out an investigation and come up with recommendations on how to curb insecurity in the school. Write a Report. (20 marks)



2. CLOSE TEST (10 marks)

Neither time nor affluence removes memories of -------- childhood poverty. Experience of poor children illustrates how significant----- and status are in our society .some adults think their----- or father was responsible ------ their attitudes about money. Their current understanding of ------ parent's past problems with money often provide little solace. A----- of adults overcome the stigma of having been _------- as children .There are -----children who also develop unhealthy attitudes about money .Such _--- imagine that money is all they need to ---- it in life. There is , however more to life than money


3. ORAL SKILLS (30 marks)

a) Oral Poem

Read the following oral poem and answer questions that follow (6 marks)

One hand cannot manage work
A threshing stick cannot thresh millet with
One hand
Some hands breed hatred at eating time
Nobody hates being assisted

Let millet be threshed
Let it be threshed, let it be threshed

Cut a threshing stick for me
A lazy wife
Is taken back to her parents
When the rain fails
It blames the wind
And a lazy woman
Blames the threshing stick
Cut a threshing stick for me-ii
My co-wife cut me a threshing stick
You woman, owner of this occasion
Remember that work is the stomach
Take care not to starve us
The threshing sticks are sounding
Let the millet leave the threshing ground

(Adapted from Oral Literature of the Embu and Mbeere by CiarunjiChesaina)

 

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