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Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
What figure of speech is used in Line 10?
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
Line 4 and 8 are best described as
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
The stanzas of the poem are categorized as
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
The last line of the poem indicates that the author was
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
Why does the author separate the poem into several stanzas?
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
What poetic technique is used in the phrases “pushy places”, “patchy places”, and “pally places” in Line 6, 11, and 16?
Playgrounds are such gobby places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have something to
talk about, giggle, whisper, scream and shout about.
I mean, it’s like being in a parrot cage. 5
And playgrounds are such pushy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to have to
run about, jump, kick, do cartwheels, handstands, fly around,
I mean, it’s like being inside a whirlwind. 10
And playgrounds are such patchy places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
go round in circles, lines and triangles, all moving colours,
I mean, it’s like being in a kaleidoscope. 15
And playgrounds are such pally places.
Know what I mean?
Everyone seems to
have best friends, secrets, link arms, be in gangs.
Everyone, except me. Know what I mean? 20
Overall, the author’s description of playgrounds
If Kitty loves cooking, she will become a chef.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Kitty wants to be a chef.
B. If Kitty does not love cooking, she will not become a chef.
C. If Kitty does not become a chef, she does not love cooking.
D. Kitty needs to enrol in cooking lessons to become a chef.
Jason said, “Eleven years ago, I dropped out of university. Fast forward to now, I work for a highperforming tech company and earn thousands of dollars.” Thus, all dropouts will have successful careers.
Which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?
A. He is basing a general claim on an isolated case that may not always be applicable.
B. The argument assumes that a cause will lead to a series of events.
C. The argument is founded on the notion that a connection between a person’s choice to drop out of school and career success cannot be the proof that one causes the other.
D. Due to the word ‘highperforming’ having a double connotation, its application is unclear.
Five (5) Pepsi Employees had a competition to see who could drink the most amount of Mountain Dew.
Tasha was in third place.
Coleman beat one person.
No one was before Gary.
Logan came before Tasha.
Where did Mullins finish?
A. 1st
B. 2nd
C. 3rd
D. 4th
E. 5th
A poll was done to find out which volcano geologists preferred.
The results are shown in the table:
Volcanoes  Merapi Volcano  Vatur Volcano  Mt. Pinatubo Volcano  Mt. Bulusan Volcano  Rabaul Caldera Volcano 
Number of votes  42  82  26  68  36 
A divided bar chart was then produced of the results, but votes for Rabaul Caldera volcano were mistakenly added to another volcano.
Which volcano were the votes of Rabaul Caldera added to?
A. Merapi Volcano
B. Vatur Volcano
C. Mt. Pinatubo Volcano
D. Mt. Bulusan Volcano
All Olympians can be given special citations in their respective countries.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Olympians are their own countries’ heroes.
B. If Kennedy cannot be given a special citation in his country, he is not an olympian.
C. If Joross is not an olympian, he may still be given a special citation in his country.
D. It isn’t easy to become an olympian.
An organisation began a competition to promote waste segregation. The best economicfriendly costume should follow any of the following methods: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. The most votes will be announced as the winner.

Who do you think won the Best economyfriendly costume?
A. Sheila
B. James
C. Kimberly
D. Cedrick
Three students – Len, Ryan, and Philip were suspected of eating inside the science laboratory. The Science Laboratory Instructor knows that two of them are guilty. When faced with expulsion from the job, they made the following statements:
Len: I am not guilty.
Ryan: Len is guilty.
Philip: I am guilty.
However, only two of the three are telling the truth; the other one is lying.
Which of the following statements must be true?
All teenagers are obedient to their parents. John is the son of Lewis. Which of the following statements is true?
A. John has been obedient to Lewis all his life.
B. John is obedient to Lewis at least in some years of his life.
C. John is not obedient at all.
D. None of the above.
The prices for Nickelodeon Awards tickets are shown in the table below.
Pass for 1 day  Pass for 5 days (consecutive)  Pass for 9 days (consecutive) 
$30  $100  $200 
George will need a ticket for the following days of the month: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
How much is the cheapest valid combination George could use?
A. $100
B. $200
C. $160
D. $130
Yearround schools develop a deeper bond between teachers and students than standard calendaryear institutions. Students do not feel disconnected from the school environment when there is no longterm leave. They also improve their peer relationships.
Which of the following statements, if true, best weakens the above argument?
A. Long summer vacation should be changed to small so that students would not get disconnected from the course.
B. It brings teachers too much stress when spending more time with students.
C. Yearround schooling provides a safe and happy environment for students whose families are unstable.
D. Even the bestprepared parent will have a difficult time combating the summer slide.
Towns from all over the United Kingdom are bidding for city status as part of the Queen’s platinum jubilee festivities in 2022. Although the Queen bestows the honour, municipalities seeking city status must first make their case to the government. The government traditionally has been the Home Office, but in recent years has been whichever department of state accepts responsibility.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. Reading, a southern English town with a population of 163,000, and Alcester, a small Warwickshire town with a population of 7,000, are both on the platinum jubilee list.
B. Towns from around the UK are badly fighting among themselves for city status as part of the Queen’s jubilee festivities.
C. The competition for 2022 has been presented in terms of civic pride by the government.
D. Attending the event may lead residents into an amazing breakthrough.
Buying someone in the family a new vehicle provides peace of mind and security. There are no hidden problems, and the automobile usually comes with a threeyear, 36000mile guarantee.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. The purchase was made to give them more control over their family members’ vehicles and aid them.
B. A new car is usually substantially more costly than a used one.
C. The disadvantage is that the family member will not completely comprehend the value of saving and hard work.
D. Wealthy parents give their family members vehicles or access to cars at the age of 16.
Faye and Matt are academic rivals who always compete for the first spot on the honours list.
Faye has an eidetic memory, and ability to recall an image from memory with great accuracy for a short period of time after only seeing it once. On the other hand, Matt does not. Nonetheless, Matt is able to secure his spot in either the first or second of the honours list because he allocates more than 5 hours a day for studying. Faye checked Matt’s bag out of sheer curiosity because she had a hunch that Matt cheats during exams. Upon sneaking in, Faye saw that Matt had two packs of Granola Bars 
Faye: “I knew it wasn’t only because of studying for 5 hours. He eats so much Granola Bars, too!”
Which of the following sentences shows the mistake Faye has made?
A. Faye believes that studying for 5 hours and eating too many Granola Bars is not a good combination.
B. Faye made correct parallelism between Granola Bars and eidetic memory.
C. Faye makes a broad conclusion that only people with eidetic memory could excel in academics.
D. Faye incorrectly draws a conclusion about academic performance based on isolated evidence of Granola Bars that she found in Matt’s bag.
If 1 box contains 60 gummies then what is the number of gummies in 19 boxes?
A. 1,120 gummies
B. 1,230 gummies
C. 1,140 gummies
D. 1,234 gummies
The number six thousandths can be written as ___ in decimals.
A. 0.006
B. 0.06
C. 0.0006
D. 0.00006
In the given figure identify the shape being used in tessellation.
A. Heptagon
B. Hexagon
C. Square
D. Pentagon
One box is 54 centimeters and 4 millimeters tall and the other box is 60 centimeters tall. If the boxes are piled one on top of the other, how tall will they be?
A. 114.4 cm
B. 115 cm
C. 112.4 cm
D. 113.4 cm
A piece of wood is cut into three parts. The second part is 3 centimeters more than the first part. The third part is twice as long as the second part. If the wood is 117 centimeters, what is the length of the third segment?
A. 45 cm
B. 60 cm
C. 50 cm
D. 75 cm
A triangle has a perimeter of 50 centimeters. If 2 of its sides are equal and the third side is 5 centimeters more than the equal sides, what is the length of the third side?
A. 20 cm
B. 30 cm
C. 60 cm
D. 80 cm
Erica wants to put a new carpet in her living room that is 10 meters long and 2.2 meters wide. If the carpet costs $5 per square meter, how much will she spend on the carpet?
A. $310
B. $220
C. $110
D. $500
You place a 10meter ladder against the wall. The bottom of the ladder is five meters from the wall. How many meters up the wall does the ladder reach?
A. 5 meters
B. 6.77 meters
C. 7.50 meters
D. 8.66 meters
A truck travels 6 kilometers to deliver vegetables to the market every Monday of the week. If this pattern continues, how long will the truck travel in one month, if there are 4 Mondays in the month?
A. 24 km
B. 50 km
C. 65 km
D. 34 km
After planning on making a lemonade stand, you fill a jar with lemonade juice and pour 210 milliliters in each of the 10 glasses to sell. After selling the glasses with lemonade juice you are still left with 100 milliliters in the jar. What was the capacity of the jar in liters?
A. 2 liters
B. 3 liters
C. 2.2 liters
D. 2.3 liters
In a mall, a baseball bat costs $105. For you to save money you avail the 5% off sale. How much will you pay for the baseball bat?
A. $90.55
B. $99.75
C. $60.75
D. $52.50
Laurence drives 30 minutes from home to work and 45 minutes to drive home from work. What is Laurence’s total traveling time?
A. 1 hour and 25 minutes
B. 1 hour and 30 minutes
C. 60 minutes
D. 1 hour and 15 minutes
In a sports competition, Mark competes for the Javelin throw. He threw the javelin at a distance of 550 centimeters. Which of the following is equivalent to 550 centimeters?
A. 5 m and 40 cm
B. 5 m and 15 cm
C. 5 m and 50 cm
D. 5 m and 45 cm
4 meters and 25 centimeters is the height of a wall. If you pile 5 centimeters high bricks, how many bricks were used to attain the given height of the wall?
A. 85
B. 35
C. 45
D. 65
Mr. Saw is a bookkeeper. He has five books of a height of 7 centimeters and 5 millimeters each. What is the total height of the book if you stacked one on top of the another?
A. 37.5 cm
B. 25.6 cm
C. 35.7 cm
D. 12.9 cm
Miko loves to ride his motorbike. If he travels 10 kilometers per day. How many meters does he travel a day?
A. 100 m
B. 1 000 m
C. 10 000 m
D. 100 000 m
You bought a 3,890 centimeters rope. Which of the following is equivalent to 3,890 centimeters?
A. 38 m and 90 cm
B. 25 m and 60 cm
C. 45 m and 70 cm
D. 89 m and 50 cm
Refer to the bar graph above. It shows the total number of students who voted for their favorite sport. If 5 students voted for Basketball, 3 students voted for Volleyball, and 6 voted for Swimming. How many students are there in all?
A. 15 students
B. 16 students
C. 10 students
D. 14 students
Out of 14 students, if 3 voted for Volleyball, what is the percentage of the students who voted for Volleyball?
A. 3%
B. 21.43%
C. 23 %
D. 14 %
Out of 14 students, what is the percentage of the students who voted for Swimming?
A. 42.86%
B. 45%
C. 53%
D. 40%
Courtney has a pool table of rectangular shape. The longer side of the pool table is 4 meters longer than its shorter side.
If the perimeter of the pool table is 20 metres, what is the area of the pool table?
A. 7 square metres
B. 21 square metres
C. 17 square metres
D. 33 square metres