MATOKEO YA FORM FOUR 2015 - Baraza La Mitihani Tanzania - The National Examination Council Of Tanzania (NECTA) 2015

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Irregular plurals


  Some English words do not use an -s in the formation of a plural. Their plural formations are irregular:

child → children
foot → feet
goose → geese
louse → lice
man → men
mouse → mice
ox → oxen
tooth → teeth
woman → women
  Another irregular plural form occurs in nouns that end in -f or -fe. The letters -f or -fe change to -ves to form the plural:

calf → calves
elf → elves
half → halves
hoof → hooves
knife → knivesleaf → leaves
life → lives
scarf → scarfs/scarves
shelf → shelves
thief → thieves
wife → wives
wolf → wolves

  When a noun ends in -o, the plural formation is not constant for all words. Some words form the plural with -s, while others form the plural with -es. For example:

Plural with -os                                               Plural with -oes
auto  →   autos                                               echo → echoes
kilo → kilos                                                   hero → heroes
memo → memos                                           potato → potatoes
photo → photos                                             tomato → tomatoes
piano → pianos                                             torpedo → torpedoes
solo → solos                                                 veto → vetoes

The Imperative


Most imperative statements, or commands, are given in the second-person singular or plural (you). The formation of a verb as an imperative is quite simple:  remove  the  particle  word  to  from  the  infinitive,  and  you  have  a command:

Go home.
Have fun.
Be happy.
Drive slowly.

  If you change a statement to a command, the elements of the statement remain intact. It is only the verb that is altered. The target of that verb will always be second person, but the pronoun (you) is understood and not spoken or written. The tense of the verb is lost, and the verb becomes an       elliptical infinitive (to is omitted). For example:

Statement: Peter came home by three o’clock.
Imperative: Come home by three o’clock.

Statement: She has been one of the candidate’s supporters.
Imperative: Be one of the candidate’s supporters.

Statement: We will help him look for his keys.
Imperative: Help him look for his keys.

  Imperatives can be softened or made to sound more courteous by adding the word please to them. This word is placed most often at the very beginning or the very end of the command:

Please stop by for a visit if you have time.
Please be on your best behavior.
Take a number and wait in line, please.
Have your tickets ready, please.


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