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2010 KCSE German Revision P1-001

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GERMAN PAPER 1

Time: 2 Hours

(Listening Comprehension and Composition)

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  • This paper has 2 sections: A and B
  • In section A you have five minutes to read through the question before the test starts. Before answering the questions you will listen to several recorded passages on tape. For each passage you will answer question as indicated to you on the tape.
  • Answer ALL the questions in this question paper.

SECTION A

Passage 1

Listen to the 2 conversations carefully and answer the following questions

1. Welche. Fach lernen die Personen im Dialog?

2. Wie heiβt Edgars Freind?

3. Wie heiβt Edgars Lehrerun?

4. Welche Instrumenten lernt Edgars Klasse?

Passage 2

5. Wieviele Personen sprechen in diesem Dialog?

6. Wo sind die Leute?

7. Wo findet diese situation statt?

8. Wie heiβen die leute?

Passage 3

Listen carefully and answer the following questions by indicating whether the statements are True(R) or false (F). Tick where appropriate.

9. Olli und Sofia sind Freunde [____]

10. Olli und Sofia sind Nachbarn [____]

11. Sofia hat einer Kleinen Bruder [____]

12. Olli ist in einer andere Schule [____]

13. An der neueu Schule muss Olli nur lernen[____]

14. Am Abend fragt Sofia ihre Mutter [____]

15. Olli hat probleme in der Klasse [____]

Passage 4

  1. Wer hat den 800 Meter – Lauf gewonnen?
  2. Welches Madchen macht den 100meter –Lauf?
  3. Wer macht den weitsprung?
  4. Wann findet der Wettbewerb (competition) statt?
  5. Um wieviel uhr treffen Ngugi und Kiprop den Trainer?

SECTION B (60 MARKS)

Write a letter or an essay of about 220-250 words on any ONE of the following topics in the pages provided.

1. Dein Freund / Deine Freundin in Deutschland mőchte etwas űber den Tourismus in deinem Heimatland wissen. Schreibe ihm / ihr dareuber und beantworte folgende Fragen in seinem / ihrem Brief.

– Welche Rolle spielt der Tourismus in der Wirtschaft deines Landes?

– Zu welchen zeiten kommen die meisten Touristen und warum?

– Welche Attraktionen bietet das Land diesen Touristen?

– Hat der Tourismus auch Nachteile ? Welche ?

– Wie kann man dies probleme im Tourismus lösen?

2. Schreibe einem deutschen Brieffreund / einer Brieffreundin űber die Gemeinsamkeiten oder unterschiede in deinem Heimatland und bereuksichtige dabei folgendes;

– Grosse der Familie

– Berufstάtig keit der Eltern und Geschwister

– Freizeitaktivitaten der Familienmitgliedern

– Teilung der Arbeit im Haus

– Familienfeste

3. Schreibe einen Aufsatz euber das Thema:

Mein leben als Grundschulkind

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2010 KCSE Business Studies Revision P1-002

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BUSINESS STUDIES PAPER 1

Time: 2 Hours

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  • Attempt ALL the questions in the spaces provided.

1.         State four ways in which the government can influence an increase in the demand for a product

(4mks)

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2.         List FOUR monetary tools the Central Bank uses to control credit.                                     (4mks)

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3.         Outline FOUR roles of an entrepreneur in an organization.                                                  (4mks)

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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4.         Complete the following sentences by filling in the blank spaces.                                          (4mks)

(i)         Exchange of goods without use of money __________________________

(ii)        A state owned company is called a  __________________________

(iii)       The person who issues a cheque is called the ______________________ of the cheque

(iv)       A wholesaler who does not sell on credit and does not provide transport to the buyer is a                          _____________________________ wholesales.

5.         Under what circumstances will the manager of an organization communicate to the subordinate staff.                                                                                                                                          ( 4 mks)

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6.         State FOUR factors that could hasten the economic development of a country.                  (4mks)

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b)…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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d)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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7.         The following information was available in the books of accounts of Eshitoyi Enterprises as 30th June 2008.

Sales 540, 000

Purchases 330.000

Stock 1st July 2007 60,000

Sales were marked up 50 % on the cost price

You are required to prepare Eshitoyi Enterprises trading Account for the year ended 30th June 2008 showing clearly.

(i)         Gross profit                                                                                                                 (2mks)

(ii)        Closing stock                                                                                                              (2mks)

8.         For each of the following transaction, state the account to be debited and the account to be credited

Date Transaction Account to be debited Account to be credited
i) Bought goods for sale and paid by cheque
ii) Donated personal savings to the business
iii) Cash sales banked
iv) Rent accrued

9.         Under what circumstances would insurance companies in Kenya opt to reinsure themselves

(4mks)

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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b)…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

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10.       Highlight FOUR ways in which the government can use to control inflation.                      (4mks)

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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11.       The book keeper of Alpha Traders extracted the following information from the accounting records

1.7.2006 30.6.2007
Debtors 525.000 600,000
Discount Allowed 15,000
Sales Returns 30,000
Dishonoured cheques 10,000

During the year ended 30.6.2007, Alpha traders received 800,000 from debtors while cash sales were 150,000

Determine the sales for the year.                                                                                            (5mks)

12.       Give FOUR assumptions associated with monopolistic competition market structure.         (4mks)

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13.       State FOUR reasons for starting a business.                                                                          (4mks)

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14.       Outline the various activities that facilitate the following forms of utility.                           (4mks)

(i)         Place utility

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(ii)        Possession utility

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(iii)       Time utility

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(iv)       Form Utility

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15.       What FOUR factors determine the size of a firm?                                                                 (4mks)

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16.       Onsogo Traders sell goods on the following terms of sale: 10 % cash discount , 12 % trade discount if goods are paid for in 5 days , 8 % if paid for in 10 days and 5 % if paid for in 15 days

Makau bought goods worth Ksh. 200,000 on 2nd of March 2008 and paid for them on 10th March 2008. Calculate how much Makau paid for the goods.                                                        (3mks)

17.       Kenya is fast embracing East Africa Community what benefits is Kenya likely to experience from this arrangement.                                                                                                               (4mks)

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18.       How can effective management of a business lead to its success.                                         (4mks)

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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19.       Complete the following table.                                                                                                            (4mks)

Fixed Assets 

Sh.

Currents Assets 

Sh.

Long term Liabilities  

Sh.

Current Liabilities  

Sh.

Owner Equity 

Sh.

Working capital  

Sh.

100,000 20,000 60,000 10,000
50,000 40,000 150,000 15,000
200,000 150,000 80,000 20,000
350,000 50,000 20,000

20.       Despite air transport being expensive, it is the preferred mode of transport over long distance.

Outline FOUR reasons for this preference.                                                                            (4mks)

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21.       The government raises most of its revenue through taxes. Highlight  FOUR reasons for taxation.

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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22.       Name the source document and source books to which each of the following descriptions relate.

( 4mks)

a) DESCRIPTION SOURCE DOCUMENT SOURCE BOOK
Issued by a seller to a buyer for cash paid
b) Issued by the seller to a credit buyer to demand payment
c) Used to correct in overcharge for goods returned
d) Show summary of transactions between a buyer and a sellers

23.       State FOUR ways in which office documents can be reproduced.                                       (4mks)

a)……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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24.       Why would a business choose to use bill boards to promote its products.                             (4mks)

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25.       Factors leading to a decline in birth rates

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2010 KCSE Business Studies Revision P2-003

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BUSINESS STUDIES PAPER 2

Time: 2 ½ Hours

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDITATES:

  • Answer any five questions.
  • Write your answers in the answer booklet provided.
  • All questions carry equal marks

1.   (a)  Explain five problems that are likely to be experienced if intermediaries                              are eliminated from the chain of distribution.                                                                                    [10 marks]

(b)  Explain five roles of a commercial attachee in promoting international                                trade.                                  [10 marks]

2.   (a)  Explain five reasons as to why oligopoly markets arise.                                 [10 marks]

(b)  The following balances were extracted from the books of Juja Traders                                            on 31st December 2009.

ksh

Opening stock

30,000

Equipment at cost

63,000

Purchases

85,500

Sales

104,000

Discount received

3,750

Returns outwards

12,500

Returns inwards

2,500

Salaries

1,050

Telephone charges

7,550

Water bills

10,500

Creditors

1,000

Debtors

9,750

Electricity expenses

500

Drawings

13,500

Insurance paid

11,000

Additional information:

i)        Closing stock was valued at sh. 15,000.

ii)      Telephone charges prepaid sh. 550

iii)    Outstanding water bills sh. 650

iv)    Depreciation on equipment 10% p.a. on cost.

v)      Carriage inwards and carriage outwards sh. 5,500 and 5,000 respectively.

Prepare:

Juja Traders profit and loss account for the year ended 31st December 2009.                                                                        [10 marks]

3.   (a)  Explain five problems associated with the output approach in the                                        computation of national income of a country.          [10 marks]

(b)  The following are transactions that took place during the month of                               June 2009 for Mr. Ali.

June 1  Balance of cash at bank was sh. 25,000 and cash in hand                                                                      was sh. 10,000.

June 2  Bought goods in cash sh. 1000

June 3  Paid rent by cash shs. 6000

June 4  Received cheques from the following debtors after allowing a                                                        2% discount in each case Jane sh. 980, Willison sh. 1960.

June 8  Paid the following accounts by cheque in each case deducting                                                        a 5% discount.  Wangari sh. 3,000 Mati shs. 1,200.

June 13       Bought a computer by cheque sh. 10,000.

June 20       Withdrew cash sh.1,000 for private use.

June 25       Cash saves sh. 2,000.

June 26       Banked cash amounting to sh. 1,000.

June 29       Received sh. 3,000 cash from Wanyonyi who is a credit                                                                  customer.

Prepare:    A three column cashbook duly balanced.    [10 marks]

4.   (a)  Explain any FOUR factors that may be used in determining the size of a                            firm.                                         [8 marks]

(b)  The following information relates to Kagendo Trader as per the dates                                             shown.

01-01-06

31-12-06

Premises

80,000

145,000

Office machine & equipments

25,000

28,000

Stock

18,000

20,000

Rent received in advance

6,000

8,000

Outstanding standing

10,000

4,000

Creditors

35,000

31,000

Debtors

6,000

8,000

Motor vehicles

150,000

150,000

Kagendo had prepared a summary of cash transaction for the year 2006 as shown below.

Cash book summary
Cash in hand b/d

5,000

Salaries

101,000

Cash at bank b/d

46,000

Drawings

12,000

Debtors

90,000

Creditors

50,000

Cash sales

102,000

Cash purchases

70,000

Rent

116,000

Motor vehicle

85,000

Insurance & rates

15,000

Cash in hand c/d

8,000

18,000

359,000

359,000

Required: Prepare Kagendo’s trading profit and loss a/c for the year ended 31st Dec. 2006 and a balance sheet as at 31st Dec. 2006. [12 marks]

5.   (a)  Outline five changes that may take place when a country is                                                 experiencing economic development.                                  [10 marks]

(b)  Explain five factors that may lead to a deficit in balance of payment in a                            country.                              [10 marks]

6.   (a)  It has been the will of the government of Kenya to create 500,000 jobs per year.  Explain five reasons which have hindered the achievement of                                                            this goal.                                                   [10 marks]

(b)  Explain five importance of filing documents in an organization.

[10 marks]

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Time: 2 ½ Hours

BUSINESS STUDIES PAPER 2

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDITATES:

  1. Answer any FIVE questions.
  2. All questions carry equal marks.

1. a) Discuss five tools used by the  Central bank to control the monetary  policy in a country.                                                                                                                                                              (10mks)

b) The world has been experiencing global economic recessions. Explain five effects of this economic recession in Kenya.                                                                                                        (10mks)

2. a) The following trial balance relate to  Gatundia Traders as at  31st Dec 2009.

Gatundia Traders

Trial balance

As at 31st Dec 2009.

Dr.                                     Cr.

Fixed assetsStock 1/1/2009

Purchases & sales

Bad debts

Debtors & Creditors

Salaries

Cash

Bank

Return in & outwards

General expenses

Capital

Shs.

82,000

12,500

70,000

4,000

10,500

14,000

2,500

 

1,500

5,200

202,200

Shs.

 

 

95,000

 

8,500

 

 

7,500

2,400

 

88,800

202,200

 

Additional information

i)                    Closing stock valued at shs. 6,500.

ii)                  Salary outstanding    2,800.

Required

i)                    Profit and loss account as at 31st Dec 2009.

ii)                  Balance sheet as at that date.                                                                                     (10mks)

b) Explain five benefits that will accrue to a trader who sell goods on cash basis only             (10mks)

3. a) Explain five reasons why the Government imposes tax on its Citizens.                              (10mks)

b) The following information was obtained from Kathure’s Business for the year ended 30th June 2009.

Creditors opening balance            shs. 165,000

Debtors opening balance              shs. 263,000

Payment to creditors’                    shs. 296,000

Receipts from debtors’                 shs. 309,000

Discount allowed                           shs. 34,000

Discount received                         shs. 29,500

Purchases return                            shs. 44,600

Sales return                                   shs.36, 400

Debtors closing balance                shs. 189,500

Creditors closing balance              shs. 143,400

Required

i)                    determine credit sales

ii)                  Determine credit purchases                                                                                        (10mks).

4. a) Explain five benefits that will accrue to Kenya from joining the East African Community.                                                                                                                                                           (10mks).

b) Discuss five negative effects of inflation in the Kenyan economy.                                     (10mks).

5. a) Discuss five reasons for disequilibrium in Balance of payment in Developing countries.                                                                                                                                                              (10mks).

b) Explain five factors that limit the size of the firm.                                                             (10mks).

6. a) Hussein Traders had the following balances as at June 1st 2009.

Cash shs 10,000

Bank shs  4300.

During the month of June, the following transactions took place.

June 3.  Fatuma a debtor settled her account of shs 8.000 by cheque of shs 7,500

6. Paid rent in cash shs 4,000.

10. Deposited shs3000 into the business Bank account from the cash box.

15. Settled Obama’s account of shs 10,000and allowed him a discount of 1% .

18. Deposited shs 14,000 in the Business Bank account from private sources.

21. Cash sales shs 6,000.

24. Wanjiku a debtor settled her account of shs 4,000 having been allowed a discount of 20%.

26. Purchased furniture shs 2,600 by cheque.

28. Received shs 1,800 cash from Mohammed.

30. Bank all the cash in the cash box except shs 800.

Required

i) Prepare a three column cash book and balance it off.                                                         (10mks).

b) Explain three reasons why its better for Kenya to borrow internally rather than from external sources.                                                                                                                                (6mks).

c) Use a diagram to explain the incidence of tax under perfectly inelastic demand.                   (4mks).

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