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Question number: 109

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Make sentences using the following words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context: (2 Mark)

Share and Sheer

Question number: 110

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Write the past participle forms of the following verbs: (1 Mark)

Submit

Question number: 111

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Complete the following sentences by filling in appropriate words in the blanks (only one word in each blank): (1 Mark)

The boy’s only fault was he did not understand the language of the guest.

Question number: 112

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Write the past participle forms of the following verbs: (1 Mark)

Buy

Question number: 113

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Make sentences using the following words in such a way that the meaning of each word is clear in the context: (2 Mark)

Raise and Rage

Question number: 114

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Form verbs from following: (1 Mark)

Renunciation

Question number: 115

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Use the following idiomatic expressions in sentences in order to bring out their meaning: (2 Mark)

Between the devil and the deep sea

Question number: 116

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Form verbs from following: (1 Mark)

Food

Question number: 117

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Form verbs from following: (1 Mark)

Seizure

Question number: 118

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Use the following idiomatic expressions in sentences in order to bring out their meaning: (2 Mark)

Run with the hare and hunt with the hound