Here is the multiple Choice Questions for Grade 8 Mathematics Examination Papers 2015.
PART A (Questions 1 to 25) For each question, choose the best answer and write the letter A, B, C or D in the space next to the question number on the ANSWER SHEET.
Grade 8 English Examination 2015 - Short Answer Questions
Short Answer Questions
For questions 26 to 29, read the passage and write the missing words on the answer sheet to complete the passage. The word you provide should make sense, be spelt correctly and be correct in grammar. Names
Papua New Guinean names are very important. It is something which belong to us and which we need in our lives. The surname especially, often tell us about the past. A student in my class is called Watki Philma and his Christian name is ‘GEORGE’ his surname means bee. This is probably because there was something happening in relation to a bee when he was 26 . Many chiefs have long names. The names came from their ancestors. Hindu people’s names are also very meaningful and often sacred. Some women and girls are called ‘Laxmi’ which links them with the Goddess of wealth. Boys and men might have ‘Ram’ as part of their names. Many Muslim boys and men are 27 Mohammed. They are named 28 their famous prophet who started Muslim religion. My favourite name is Ikti Mon 29 means ‘nothing more to discuss.’ I hope you like your name and also proud of it. It is very precious and important and helps make who you are.
For questions 30 - 33 read the passage and answer questions.
The World’s most dangerous snakes.
The most dangerous snakes when attacking their victims inject venom through grooves or hollows in their fangs. The fangs act like hypodermic needles, which puncture the flesh of the victim when the snake strikes, introducing the poison into the prey’s bloodstream.
Mambas. These snakes are common in the countries of sub-Saharan Africa. They are among the fastest and most aggressive of all snakes. Their speed of attack is so great that they can pluck a bird out the sky and kill it with an injection of venom almost before it has hit the ground.
Cobras. These are found in Asia and Africa. The spitting cobra has the most fearsome reputation because it can spit blinding venom into the eyes of its victim from a range of nearly 3m (10 ft.).
Coral Snakes. The toxic venom of the relatively small coral snake of the America is very powerful. Would be predators are warned of the potential danger by the snakes ‘distinctive colouring’ of red, black, yellow and white bands.
Identify a word that means the same as teeth in the passage, ________________________
The word ‘venom’ is underlined in the passage. Venom would mean__________________
Which of the world’s dangerous snake lives in the sea? ____________________________
The distinctive colours of the coral snake makes it easy, to be _______________________
Grade 8 National Examination Exam Questions and Answers
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