BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH PRIMARY FOUR FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH PRIMARY FOUR FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

 

1. Which of these instrument is used to measure temperature ___________
A. rain gauge
B. barometer
C. wind vane
D. Thermometer
2. Sling psychrometer is used to measure ___________
A. pressure
B. speed
C. rain
D. relative humidity

3. Barometer is an instrument used to measure __________
A. temperature
B. direction of wind
C. air pressure
D. climate
4. ___________ is used to measure wind speed
A. Anemometer
B. thermometer
C. hygrometer
D. barometer
5. An odourless, tasteless and colourless liquid is called __________
A. river
B. water
C. ocean
D. ice
6. The percentage of water on earth is about ____________
A. 60
B. 75
C. 21
D. 100.
7. The temperature of boiling water is about ______________degree centigrade
A. 50
B. 100
C. 45
D. 0
8. Which of the following is not involved in water cycle
A. evaporation
B. sublimation
C. precipitation
D. condensation
9. Which of the following is not a state of water
A. ice
B. steam
C. water
D. Acid
10. Which of the following is a natural source of light
A. SUN
B. TOUCH LIGHT
C. Street light
D. Electric bulb

11. Which of these is not a track event
A. High jump
B. Relay
C. Middle distance races
D. Long distance races

12. Which of the following do you run with great speed
A. 100metres dash
B. 800 metres
C. 3 000 metres
D. Marathon
13. the size of the entire track is ______
A. 800 metres
B. 200 metres
C. 300 metres
D. 400 metres
14. When you run round the entire track twice, you have covered
A. 1 500metres
B. 800 metres
C. 400 metres
D. 100 metres
15. Which of the following is NOT a long distance race
A. 4 00 metres
B. 5 000 metres
C. 10 000 metres
D. Marathon
16. Which of the following is not a skill in long distance race
A. Take off
B. Standing
C. Running
D. Jumping
17. Swinging the arm forward and backward in a unique way is called_____
A. Arm movement
B. Arm action
C. Throwing
D. Jumping
18. Which of the following is not a command before take off in athletics
A. ‘on your mark’
B. ‘set’
C. ‘go’
D. ‘wait’
19. Before take off in a long distance race, athletes can _______ on the starting line up.
A. Stand
B. Knee
C. Lie down
D. Fly
20. Which of the following do you run with endurance
A. 75 metres dash
B. 10 000 metres dash
C. 400 metres
D. 200 metres

MATHEMATICS PRIMARY FOUR FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

MATHEMATICS PRIMARY FOUR FIRST TERM QUESTIONS



1. What is the products of 16 and 5
A.. 80
B. 90
C. 21
D. 9
2. Arrange the 0.049, 0.409, 0.009 in ascending order.
A. 0.049, 0.009, 0.409
B. 0.009, 0.409, 0.049
C. 0.049, 0.409, 0.009
D. 0.009, 0.049, 0.409
3. Convert 3/10 to a decimal fraction
A. 0.3
B. 0.03
C. 3
D. 0.13
4. Express 0.25 as a fraction
A. 1/4
B. 5/10
C. 2/5
D. 1/8
5. What is the sum of 0.049, 2.01 and 1.3
A. 3. 249
B. 2.41
C. 0.38
D. 3.359
6. Subtract 3.041 from 4.92
A. 1. 879
B. 1. 921
C. 1. 92
D. 1. 882
7. Find the product of 0.31 and 0.4
A. 0.124
B. 0.214
C. 01.24
D. 12.4
8. Divide 17 by 3 leaving your answer in decimal fraction
A. 15. 2
B. 5.67
C. 3.2
D. 4.3
9. Multiply 2.8 by 4
A. 1.12
B. 0.112
C. 112
D. 11.2
10. Find the sum of 3.21, 2.42 and 5.17 leaving your answer in one decimal place
A. 10. 8
B. 11. 7
C. 10. 7
D. 10.89
11. Round up 392 to the nearest ten
390
300
400
380

22. Divide 5.4 by 0.6
A. 9
B. 0.6
C. 60
D. 90

13. There are seven days in a week. How many days are in six weeks?

42 days
21 Days
35 days
13 days
14. How many SECONDS are in 3 minutes
A. 30 seconds
B. 180 seconds
C. 60 seconds
D. 100 seconds
15. 12 months equals 1 year. How many months equal 3 years
A. 36 months
B. 24 months
C. 18 months
D. 42 months
16. How many hours are there in 180 minutes?
A. 3
B. 2
C. 4
D. 5
17. Write 7 320 kobo to kobo
A. ₦73 : 20
B. ₦732 : 00
C. ₦7 : 32
D. ₦7320: 00
18. what is the sum of 50kobo and 50 kobo
A. ₦1: 00
B. ₦100
c. ₦ 10: 00
D. ₦1000
19. how many kobo are there in 2naira 50 kobo
A. 25kobo
B. 250 kobo
C. 2500 kobo
D. 20 kobo
20. Ade ate 50 naira biscuits, 20 naira sweet and paid 100 naira. How much change will he collect?
A. 30 naira
B. 30 kobo
C. 3 naira
D. 300 naira

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH GRADE THREE FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH GRADE THREE FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

 

1. The followings are the dangers of drinking bad water
A. Typhoid
B. Dysentery
C. Constipation
D. All of the above
2. Boiling does what?
A. Kills germs
B. Removes un-dissolved particles
C. Causes mouth burns
D. Destroys the oesophagus
3. What is the name of the loose material that covers most of Earth's surface?
A. Soil
B. Lava
C. Clouds
D. Sheets
4. A soil's is determined by what type of materials is in it.
A. Shape
B. Color
C. Size
D. Texture
5. Why is soil so important?
A. Provides food and support for plants
B. Eaten by animal
C. Eaten by people
D. Keeps Earth clean
6. Which source of water will give you the best quality of drinking water?
A. Borehole
B. Pond water
C. River water
D. Lake water
7. Water can serve the following purpose except____________
A. Cooking
B. Drinking
C. Smoking
D. Bathing
8. ……………………………….. Is required for good health?
A. Smoke
B. Junk food
C. Polluted water
D. Fresh and clean air
9. Exercises keep the body?
A. Fit
B. Unhealthy
C. Bad
D. Susceptible to diseases
10. A packaged water is .................?
A. Unhealthy
B. Exposes one to epidemic
C. If sealed, it’s safe for drinking
D. Contains chemicals and impurities
11. Which of this is a type of exercise, except.............?
A. Reading
B. Jumping jacks
C. Push ups
D. Cycling.
12. Which of these animals live in soil?
A. Earthworms
B. Man
C. Kangaroos
D. Birds
13. When air is in motion it is called?
A. Wind
B. Thunder
C. Rainbow
D. Rainfall
14. The following are air borne diseases ...........except?
A. Malaria
B. Catarrh
C. Tuberculosis
D. Hay-fever
15. One of the qualities of clean water is..............except?
A. Colourless
B. Odourless
C. Tasteless
D. Coloured
16. Water can be contaminated by the following except?
A. Releasing untreated sewage into water
B. Purifying the water plant
C. Oil spillage
D. Using chemicals for fishing.

17. Soil serves as a source of food to man and some other animal?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Maybe
D. Not really
18. We use light for the following except...............?
A. Generating heat
B. Photosynthesis
C. To form an image
D. To fight
19. Milk and cheese are rich source of
A. Vitamins
B. Proteins
C. Fats and oil
D. Minerals
20. Energy giving foods are also known as
A. Carbohydrates
B. Proteins
C. Minerals
D. Carbon-dioxide

ENGLISH LANG. PRIMARY FIVE SECOND TERM QUESTIONS

ENGLISH LANG. PRIMARY FIVE SECOND TERM QUESTIONS

Spelling
Choose the option with the correct spelling.

1. A. Occasion
B. ocasion
C. Occassion
D. Ocassion
2. A. maintainance
B. maintanance
C. maintenace
D. maintenance
3. A. privilage
B. priviledge
C. privilege
D. previlege
4. A. knowlege
B. nowlegde
C. knowledge
D. knowlede
5. A. Pinocchio
B. pinochio
C. pinnochio
D. penochhio

Phonics
Choose the correct homophone for each of the following words.
6. Made
A. Mail
B. Made
C. Maid
D. Mede

7. bread
A. beard
B. breed
C. bred
D. bed
8. sole
A. sold
B. soul
C. sew
D. sow

Choose the phonetic symbol for the underlined sounds in the following words.
9. physics
A. /g/
B. /f/
C. /p/
D. /h/
10. xerox
A. /s/
B. /Z/
C. /ts/
D. /v/

11. hear
A. /iә/
B. /eә/
C. /ᴐi/
D. /ai/

12. noon
A. /t/
B. /n/
C. /s/
D. /ts/

Grammar
Choose the correct past tense form of the following irregular verbs from the options given.
13. arise
A. arisen
B. arised
C. arosed
D. arose
14. dive
A. dove
B. dived
C. diven
D. doved
15. fly
A. flown
B. flies
C. flied
D. flew

Choose from the 0ptions, the correct option for the underlined verbs.
16. My little brother wants to be an actor.
A. infinite
B. finite
C. non-finite
D. unfinite
17. She worked hard to pass the test.
A. infinite
B. finite
C. non-finite
D. unfinite
18. I couldn’t solve the problem.
A. infinite
B. finite
C. non-finite
D. unfinite
19. To err is human.
A. infinite
B. finite
C. non-finite
D. unfinite
20. Your duty is to cross the river without getting noticed. (finite; non-finite)
A. infinite
B. finite
C. non-finite
D. unfinite

Look at the underlined verb in each sentence and identify its type.
21. The boy ate rice.
A. transitive verb
B. untransitive verb
C. intransitive verb
D. ditransitive verb

22. He is boiling water.
A. transitive verb
B. untransitive verb
C. intransitive verb
D. ditransitive verb
23. The water is boiling.
A. ditransitive verb
B. untransitive verb
C. transitive verb
D. intransitive verb
24. The baby cried.
A. transitive verb
B. intransitive verb
C. untransitive verb
D. ditransitive verb

To re-write each sentence in present perfect tense, choose the correct option.
25. She lives in America.
A. she is living in America.
B. She will live in America.
C. She lived in America.
D. She has lived in America.

26. The man goes to the office.
A. The man has gone to the office.
B. The man will go to the office.
C. The man went to the office.
D. The man is going to the office.

27. She writes a story.
A. She is writing a story.
B. She will write a story.
C. She has written a story.
D. She wrote a story.

28. The old man walks fast.
A. The old man has walked fast.
B. The old man walked fast.
C. The old man will walk fast.
D. The old man is walking fast.
To re-write each sentence in future perfect tense, choose the correct option.

29. They will come home.
A. They will have come home.
B. They will be coming home.
C. They must be coming home.
D. They should come home.

30. You will go to Spain.
A. You will be going to Spain.
B. You should go to Spain.
C. You will have gone to Spain.
D. You must go to Spain.

31. The queen will throw a party.
A. The queen will be throwing a party.
B. The queen will have thrown a party.
C. The queen is throwing a party.
D. The queen throws a party.

32. That ship will sail.
A. That ship will be sailing.
B. That ship will have sailed.
C. That ship is sailing.
D. That ship has sailed.

Choose the one that is nearest in meaning to the underlined words.
33. The enemies invaded our village and captured the village chief.
A. searched
B. attacked
C. saved
D. helped
34. We found the missing items packed in the store.
A. ready
B. lost
C. presented
D. caught

Choose the one that is opposite in meaning to the underlined words.
35. We were bored by the story of lion and the tortoise.
A. conditioned to
B. quickened by
C. tired by
D. interested
36. The faithful soldier carried their wounded commander to their camp.
A. strong
B. good
C. wicked
D. disloyal

Look carefully at the options below and pick out the ones that contain CAPITALIZATION, PUNCTUATION or SPELLING error.
37. A. Last week was my birthday.
B. She could not come.
C. We whent to the beach.
D. She cried like a baby.
38. A. Will I see you tomorrow,
B. We can be friends again.
C. Get out of here now!
D. Can I come in?
39. A. He is always sad.
B. Her name is anabel.
C. We can’t go to the mall now.
D. Don’t be a pest.
40. A. We went for a field trip.
B. the female mosquito causes Malaria.
C. She will soon be here.
D. All things are possible.

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH PRIMARY TWO FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

BASIC SCIENCE AND TECH PRIMARY TWO FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

 

1. One of these is a reptile.
A. Snake
B. Ant
C. Dog
D. Lion
2. Things that have life are called _______
A. Life objects
B. Living things
C. Non-living things
D. Big things
3. One of these is a warm blooded animal
A. Cockroach
B. Fish
C. Snail
D. Bird
4. Higher vertebrates are called mammals because of their ability to _________
A. Move
B. Sing
C. Breast feed their young ones
D. Bath their young ones
5. One of these is a non-living thing.
A. Cat
B. Computer
C. Spider
D. Ant
6. All of these are mammals except ________
A. Eagle
B. Monkey
C. Cow
D. Dog
7. Animals that feed on plants are called ________
A. Omnivores
B. Carnivores
C. Herbivores
D. Plant animals
8. Animals without backbone are called________
A. Vertebrates
B. Invertebrates
C. Carnivores
D. Herbivores
9. Carnivores feed on __________
A. Plants
B. Snacks
C. Trees
D. Flesh
10. Animals that are capable of feeding on plants and animals are called _______
A. Herbivores
B. Carnivores
C. Omnivores
D. Invertebrates
11. Which of these is a carnivore
A. Goat
B. Tiger
C. Bear
D. Horse
12. Humans are classified as an ________
A. Omnivore
B. Carnivore
C. Herbivore
D. Small animal
13. The class of animals with the highest population in the world are the __________
A. Carnivores
B. Invertebrates
C. Big animals
D. Sea animals
14. __________ is a place where plants and animals live.
A. House
B. Home
C. School
D. Habitat
15. Vertebrates are divided into _________ classes.
A. 3
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6
16. There are _______ types of habitat.
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
17. Forest is a ________ type of habitat.
A. Natural
B. Artificial
C. Man-made
D. Local
18. ___________ is a living thing.
A. Book
B. Chair
C. Laptop
D. Rose flower
19. One of these is not an artificial habitat.
A. Cage
B. Ocean
C. Zoo
D. Pen
20. Animals that live around us are called _________
A. Wild animals
B. Domestic animals
C. Bush animals
D. Forest animals
21. Which of these is a domestic animal
A. Crocodile
B. Tiger
C. Dog
D. Elephant
22. _________ is a wild animal.
A. Pig
B. Hen
C. Sheep
D. Snake
23. Hyena is ________ animal.
A. Domestic
B. Wild
C. Pet
D. Playful
24. ________ are events that occur on the road that may lead to injuries or death.
A. Athletics
B. Track events
C. Road accidents
D. Games
25. Which of these can cause road accidents?
A. Obeying traffic rules
B. Looking left and right before crossing the road
C. Crossing the road with an adult
D. Playing on the road
26. The yellow light on the traffic light means _________
A. Stop
B. Ready
C. Go
D. Come
27. The first treatment given to a sick or accident victim is called __________
A. First aid
B. Second aid
C. Drugs
D. Bandage
28. The ability of young ones to give birth to their young ones is called __________
A. Respiration
B. Nutrition
C. Reproduction
D. Growth
29. _________ is an amphibian.
A. Lion
B. Spider
C. Gorilla
D. Frog
30. One of these is not found in a first aid box.
A. Bandage
B. Tooth pick
C. Cotton wool
D. Pain relief tablets
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