English Exercise For Mid-term Exam Of Grade 2 Semester 2 (Cambridge Curriculum)

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  • 1. 

    Daddy is the other name of ... .

    Explanation
    Daddy is a term commonly used to refer to one's father. It is an informal and affectionate way of addressing or referring to one's father. Similarly, dad and papa are also informal terms used to refer to one's father. Therefore, all three terms - father, dad, and papa - can be considered as other names for Daddy.

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    Meaningful has ... syllables.

    Explanation
    The word "meaningful" has three syllables. The syllables are divided as follows: mean-ing-ful. Each syllable represents a separate sound or beat in the word. In this case, there are three distinct sounds, hence the answer is 3. Additionally, the word "three" is the numerical representation of the answer, further confirming that the word "meaningful" has three syllables.

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  • 3. 

    Settee is something to ... .

    Explanation
    The word "settee" refers to a piece of furniture that is designed for sitting. It can be used to sit on, sit down, or simply sit. Therefore, all three options - sit on, sit down, and sit - are correct explanations for what a settee is used for.

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    The correct capitalization of the sentencemy name is sayyaf  is .... .

    Explanation
    The correct capitalization of the sentence "my name is sayyaf" is "My name is Sayyaf" because proper nouns, like names, should always be capitalized. In this case, "Sayyaf" is a name and should be capitalized. Additionally, the first letter of the sentence should be capitalized.

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    The monster's .... is as loud as lion's roar.

    Explanation
    The sentence states that the monster's sound is as loud as a lion's roar. This implies that the monster produces a loud and powerful sound, similar to the roar of a lion.

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    The opposite of 'thick' is .... .

    Explanation
    The opposite of 'thick' is 'thin' because 'thick' refers to something with a large or wide measurement, while 'thin' refers to something with a small or narrow measurement. These two words are antonyms as they represent opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of size or width.

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  • 7. 

    The word 'right' has the same sound with the word .... .

    Explanation
    The word 'right' has the same sound as the word 'write' because both words have the same ending sound, pronounced as "ite".

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  • 8. 

    My knife is very .... . I can cut meat easily using it.

    Explanation
    The word "sharp" is the correct answer because it describes the quality of the knife being able to cut meat easily. When a knife is sharp, it has a fine edge that allows it to slice through objects with minimal effort. This characteristic makes it effective for cutting meat, as it requires precision and a sharp blade to cleanly separate the fibers.

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  • 9. 

    A tale is a kind of ... .

    Explanation
    A tale is a type of story that typically involves fictional characters, events, and a narrative structure. It often includes elements of imagination, creativity, and storytelling to entertain or convey a message to the audience. Tales can be found in various forms such as folktales, fairy tales, fables, or myths, and they have been an integral part of human culture and literature throughout history.

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  • 10. 

    Mango, apple, strawberry, and grape are the names of ... .

    Explanation
    The given answer "fruit, fruits" is correct because mango, apple, strawberry, and grape are all names of fruits. Each of these names represents a different type of fruit, but they all fall under the category of "fruit" as a general term. Therefore, both "fruit" and "fruits" are appropriate answers.

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  • 11. 

    The taste of salt is salty, while the taste of sugar is ... .

    Explanation
    The taste of salt is commonly described as salty, while the taste of sugar is generally described as sweet. This is because sugar contains molecules that stimulate the taste buds on our tongues, resulting in a sweet sensation. The sweetness of sugar is often associated with desserts and sweet treats, making it a popular ingredient in baking and cooking.

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    He does not have straight hairs, but he has .... hairs. (yclru)

    Explanation
    The question states that the person does not have straight hairs, but instead has "curly" hairs. This means that the person's hair is not straight, but rather has a curly or wavy texture.

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