English - DISTRICTS SAMPLED AND COMPILED 1 NDHIWA 2 SOTIK 3 KAKAMEGA CENTRAL 4 NYAMIRA 5 HOMABAY 6 RACHUONYO 7 MIGORI 8 UGENYA\/UGUNJA 9 KISUMU WEST 10

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DISTRICTS SAMPLED AND COMPILED 1. NDHIWA 2. SOTIK 3. KAKAMEGA CENTRAL 4. NYAMIRA 5. HOMABAY 6. RACHUONYO 7. MIGORI 8. UGENYA/UGUNJA 9. KISUMU WEST 10. MATUNGU 11. BUTERE 12. KAKAMEGA EAST 13. NYATIKE 14. KHWISERO 15. TRANS NZOIA WEST 16. TRANSMARA 17. KAKAMEGA NORTH 18. MUMIAS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERGRATED English Literature (General Guidelines) ...................... 3 Section I - ....................................................................................................... 9 E- mail + CV Minutes Internal memo Book review Confidential report + E- mail Recipe Internal memo Speech + E- mail Fax Book review Instructions/ directions Internal memo Section II ...................................................................................................... 35 Section A – unseen text Section B – comprehension:- Question 2 – an excerpt from one of the compulsory texts Section C Question 3 – literary appreciation Poems Oral narratives Grammar – question 4 Section III ..................................................................................................... 99 Section A – unseen text Section B – comprehension:- Question 2 – an excerpt from one of the compulsory texts Section C Question 3 – literary appreciation Poems Oral narratives Grammar – QUESTION 4 Answers Section I ........................................................................................................................... 105
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Section II .......................................................................................................................... 129 Section III ......................................................................................................................... 161 INTEGRATED ENGLISH LITERATURE Introduction The teaching and learning of English as a second language entails that a learner does a lot of practice in the four key areas of: i) Listening ii) Speaking iii) Reading iv) Writing This therefore means that a diagnostic approach to establish learner’s problems must be carefully done. All of us will agree that if one must learn swimming then it means that, the swimming candidate should be ready to step in the water and practice the learning of English entails that one is exposed to the language fully A candidate preparing to sit for the K.C.S.E exams must have a very mastery of the following 1. GRAMMAR The study of grammar should help the student to communicate clearly and understand well and clearly what is heard and read. Grammar entails a) Parts of speech i) Nouns Common nouns Proper nouns Concrete nouns Abstract nouns Number Collective nouns Compound nouns Possessives Use of phrasal quantifiers Typical noun derivations Gender – sensitive language Functions of nouns in sentences – subject, object, complement ii) Pronouns Personal pronouns Possessive pronouns Reflexive pronouns Functions of pronouns Number and person in pronouns Interrogative pronouns Relative pronouns iii) Verbs Lexical – regular verbs/ irregular verbs Auxiliary verbs – primary and modal Tenses – simple present tense / simple past tense Aspect – perfective and progressive Future time Transitive and intransitive verbs count Non- count Regular nouns Irregular nouns
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Infinitive s Phrasal verbs and idiomatic expressions Participles Participate phrases Gerunds iv) Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms Regular and irregular adjectives Gradable and non- gradable adjectives Order of adjectives Quantifiers – few, a few, little, a little
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