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PS RU P2L25 WS Revision 2

PS RU P2L25 WS Revision 2

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Primary 2: Rev Up! English

REVISION (2)

Grammar

Exercise 1: Choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets
provided.

1. Sabrina puts cubes of sugar into her tea.. ( )
(1) a little (2) plenty
(3) much (4) a few

2. That boy is innocent. He has to do with the fight. ()
(1) anything (2) something
(3) nothing (4) everything

3. we go for a picnic next weekend? ()
(1) Shall (2) Should
(3) Would (4) Could

4. Lionel’s flight was scheduled to this afternoon. ()
(1) arrive (2) was arriving
(3) arrives (4) arrived

5. Susie had noodles lunch. for ()
(1) from (2) by
(3) to (4)

6. Elliot used to in the park with his parents during weekends. ()
(1) cycle (2) cycles
(3) cycled (4) cycling

7. The children very frightened when they heard the loud growl. ()
(1) is (2) are
(3) was (4) were

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8. Mary sewed the dress by . ()
(1) herself (2) yourselves
(3) ourselves (4) himself

9. Sarah enjoys reading and relaxing indoors her sister prefers playing outdoors.

(1) so (2) but

(3) and (4) because ()

10. Joshua! I have found book. your ()
(1) you (2) yourself
(3) yours (4)

11. W hat is this photo frame of? ()
(1) make (2) made
(3) makes (4) making

12. Mrs Tan always where she leaves her glasses. ()
(1) forget (2) forgets
(3) forgot (4) is forgetting

13. The farmer does all the work on the farm by .
themselves
(1) yourself (2) ourself

(3) himself (4) ()

14. You can put the flowers in vase over there. ()
(1) this (2) these
(3) that (4) those

15. Sheela a very bad headache last night. ()
(1) has (2) have
(3) had (4) having

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Exercise 2: Choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets
provided.

1. The car is not moving. It is .

(1) stationery (2) stationary

(3) stopped (4) halted ( )

2. The painted Mr Balmain’s portrait. ()
(1) illustrator (2) artist
(3) painter (4) architect

3. An studies stars scientifically.

(1) astronomer (2) observer
stargazer
(3) astrologer (4) ()

4. Mrs Yeo wears a pair of to protect her hands when she washes the dishes.
(1) mittens
(3) gloves (2) stockings

(4) socks ( )

5. Mother the torn pocket on my blouse. ()
(1) mended (2) fixed
(3) joined (4) repaired

6. Peter’s ambition is to be an and fly to the moon. ()
(1) actor (2) acrobat
(3) architect (4) astronaut

7. Angela likes to create new for his friends to solve. ()
(1) jokes (2) riddles
(3) recipes (4) reports

8. The mango tarts are . I had three pieces of them. ()
(1) awesome (2) delicious
(3) tasteless (4) bland 3

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Exercise 3: Choose the correct answer and write it in the blanks provided. Use each
word only once.

Passage 1

(A) through (B) at (C) under (D) on (E) across

To get to the spot buried with the treasure, you have to jump
(1) the ditch first. Then walk straight till you see a fence with a hole.

Squeeze (2) the hole and you will see a large field full of lavender

flowers. The treasure is buried (3) the lemon tree which grows

(4) the other end of the field.

Passage 2 (B) busy (C) hive (D) larger (E) gather
(A) lay

There are three types of bees; workers, drones and the queen bee. Worker bees

clean, defend and repair the (1) . They build the comb from wax and

(2) nectar, pollen and water. little creatures,
All worker bees are female. They are (3)

hence the saying ‘as busy as a bee’. The worker bee only lives for about six weeks.

The drones are male bees. They are (4) than the female

bees. The drones only job is to mate with the queen bee. Once their responsibility is

complete, they will die. eggs. She can lay up to twelve
The queen bee’s job is to (5)

hundred eggs a day and is cared for by the worker bees. The lifespan of the queen bee is

about two years. 4

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Exercise 4: Rewrite the two sentences into one sentence by using the word given. The
meaning of the sentence must not change.

1. Mother went to the supermarket. She needed to buy some eggs.

because

.

2. Rachel was happy to receive a present. Ronnie was happy to receive a present too.
Both
.

3. You can go to the playground. You cannot go to the swimming pool. but
4. You can choose the yellow pillow. You can also choose the green pillow. .

or
.

5. I like the pink bag. I like the blue bag too. and
.
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Exercise 5: Read the passage and answer the questions that follow.

“I want to draw something, not colour something somebody else drew,” Jon whispered
to himself. Jon was a good artist. Ever since he was able to hold a pencil, he had been
drawing whatever he saw.

Mrs Watson’s class was studying animals. Most of the kids enjoyed this. “Perhaps I
can do a zebra,” thought Jon. “That’s what I would rather do. I can do the lion later.” He
turned his paper over and started to draw the zebra’s body, adding more and more detail until

the picture was done.
Mrs Watson was walking around the room. Jon heard her footsteps get closer to his

desk and then stop. He slowly looked up at her, expecting a disapproving look.
“Jon, what is this?” inquired Mrs Watson.
“It’s a picture of a zebra,” Jon answered faintly.
“Class, please stop what you are doing,” said Mrs Watson as she picked up Jon’s

paper. He was worried. “She is going to tell the whole class I didn’t follow instructions,”
thought Jon.

“Jon has a very interesting picture he has drawn,” Mrs Watson told the class, with
excitement in her voice. “It is of a zebra.”

To Jon, she said, “Jon, I had no idea you were such a great artist. This is wonderful!”
Jon let out a sigh of relief as he watched Mrs Watson hang the picture of the zebra on
the wall.

Adapted from: Just Let Me Draw

1. Why was Jon unhappy when he had to colour the picture of a lion?

2. When did Jon start drawing? .

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3. What does ‘this’ in paragraph 4 refer to?

4. Based on the passage, write the numbers 1, 2 and 3 to arrange the following sentences
in the correct sequence.

Jon was worried about Mrs Watson’s reaction to his drawing.

Jon drew a picture of a zebra instead of colouring the picture of a lion.

Mrs Watson hung his picture o the zebra on the wall.

5. Read each statement and place a tick () the correct box. True False
Statement

a) Jon followed Mrs Watson’s instructions to draw a zebra.

b) Mrs Watson was impressed by Jon’s drawing.

6. Find a word from the passage that has the same meanings as the following words.
Refer to the paragraphs given.

unfavourable Paragraph 3

softly Paragraph 5

attractive Paragraph 7

7. Which three-word phrase in the passage tells you that Jon was no longer worried in the
end?

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