EXAM TIME: Thursday, 13th April, 2017
English Language 2(Essay) 09.30am – 11.30am
English Language 1 (Objective) 11.30am – 12.30am
English Language 3 (Test of Orals) 3.00pm – 3.45pm
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(i) They always go to play football
(ii) They go for swimming
(6b) They went to hunt for crabs which they sold for money
(6c) They were carried away by their activities
(i) He left behind all his catch
(ii) He was severely punished
(6e) His Mother either floges him or reprimand him
(ii) He had caused trouble for which he would be punished
(6gi) Adverbial clause
(6gii) It modifies the verb screamed
(6hi)Deter – stop
(6hii)Preserve – conserve
(6hiii)Augment – supplement
(6hiv)Ventured – went
(6hv)Concerned – anxious
(i) Youths waste valuable time which they should have used to study
(ii) Social media corrupts their minds and makes them immoral
(iii) It makes them become criminals
(i) Parents should train their children well
(ii) Teachers should ensure that the children get the right skills and attitudes
(iii) The community should inculcate in the youth, their customs and values through role modelling
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LETTER WRITTING ANSWER
We are now in a situation in our nation Nigeria, that the price of every single is rising up, which is affecting the majority (The average and poor) of the masses in the country. Every single person in this nation is feeling the impact of the newadministration CHANGE, that majority of the masses voted for.
My write up is not to criticize the past or present administration which most people do, but to list out the major PROBLEMS and SOLUTIONS that can be of help to the present administration and to the masses of the Nation.
I will first by, state the Major Problems faced in the nation and followed by the Solutions that can be applied to solve the problems facing our nation, which are as stated;
-BAD ECONOMY: As we all know the economy of our nation is bad at the present moment, which we all pray for it to get better and we are the only ones that can make it better by cooperating together, but have we ever considered knowing the reasons that our economy is bad? Many of us will say it’s due to Corruption, which i agree with it and also disagree with it a little; you may want to ask why? It’s because we haven’t really checked the sources of the things that are leading to the crumbling down of our economy and we need to tackle them from their sources, which are as follows;
1) VANDALIZATION OF OIL PIPE LINES: We can’t Judge what is happening in this region of our nation if we listen to one side of the coin without listening to the other side of the coin and that is what most people do. The bombing of the oil pipe lines is one of the things affecting the economy of Nigeria because Nigeria depend mostly on a SINGLE STREAM OF INCOME and if the bombing of oil pipe lines continues to happens, it will keep affecting our economy as oil is our major source of income, which is also used for different things in the country.
COMPLAINING AND WAITING FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE THE SOLUTIONS TO YOUR PROBLEMS: Most of the citizens of Nigeria are mostly fond of complaining and blaming the Government of almost every single negative thing that happens in their lives, which just shows signs of lack of thinking of that individual and not rising up against the challenges of his/her life instead of blaming the government always andpeople around you for what is happening to you. The following are the solutions of which I think can be used to tackle the problems of the Nation.
RESOLVING THE ISSUE OF VANDALIZATION OF OIL PIPE LINES:
I will start by making statement ”We can’t solve an issue by killing one another, because it only leaves the issue unsolved and our coming generation will inherit the issue and keep killing one another” The vandalization of oil pipe lines won’t resolve the issue neither the deployment of soldiers there will solve the issue; instead the government should know the main reasons while this group of people are doing what they are doing. I heard the reason for vandalizing these oil pipe lines was because the people in that region where suffering from many things. Amnesty programme won’t solve the issue, instead the government should
teach these people how to catch fish not how to eat fish by providing them with basic social amenities that these people need, such as; Standard Education, Good Roads, Empowerment Training etc. because there are people there with great ideas and potentials, who need education (knowledge) to develop these ideas into reality and peace will reign in that region and our economy will become strong again, since the nation depends majorly on Oil as its source of income
2) DIVERSIFICATION OF ECONOMY: A rich man doesn’t have one single stream of income he/she has up to or more than 7 streams of income. We can check the lives of the rich people in our nation, they have numerous sources of income and that’s what the Government needs to start doing, instead of depending on one stream of income. Our government need to start thing big and wide like the way rich men do their businesses. We have natural resources all over
the country in abundance and great citizens with great ideas that the government and capable people can invest in these people with great ideas the resources we have, which will begin to develop Jobs for the people of the nation and also boast the economy.
(5)write a story ending with the expression. At last we arrived safely.
AT LAST I ARRIVED SAFELY
Life is full of unexpected surprises. There are many opportunities when one can secretly wish for something exciting to happen – something out of the ordinary. The real surprise is when the wish unexpectedly comes true. I never believed that something like this could ever happen to me; such a thing that would make me stop and look back at the events in awe. I think you would agree that something as simple as being lost in the forest for less than ten minutes should have no influence on my life. If you do agree, that makes both of us wrong.
Throughout my childhood, I loved the wild. My family and I would always go for a walk in the downtown forest of Coote’s Paradise. There were many times I thought of what could happen if we were to lose our way from the trail and have to live off of the land until we found our way back to civilization. I thought it would be the greatest experience ever.
As my brothers and I grew older, we continued to go for these walks with our parents but the dreams of living in the forest I soon forgot. That’s when it happened. We decided to take a different path off the main trail. Before I knew it, the path had disappeared and no one in my family could tell where we had come from. It was so unexpected. It gave me a feeling of excitement that can’t be described. Everything in the forest seemed different. The trees were a deeper shade of green. The birds chirped in a different tone. Vines covered almost every inch of the ground. One part of me never wanted this moment to end. I felt completely free from the stress of my life outside of the woods. It was this moment that I realized that I would much rather stay here for the rest of my life than go back to society.
I think that another reason that I felt carefree was because my parents didn’t panic. They took the situation under control and headed for any open area in hopes to find a map (many of these maps were found throughout the grounds, telling you where you were). From my point of view, at the time, it seemed as if they were excited as I was about losing our way. In the end, it only took my parents ten minutes to find such a map and we were back on the trail in no time.
An experience like this made me think about my place in life. I’m the type who loves seeking out adventures. When we were lost, I realized that I had everything I would ever need with me – my family. They’ve always supported me in everything I do. This experience made me realize that families need to stick together; you don’t realize how much you need them until, for a moment, you think they’ll be the last people you see for the rest of your life.
It’s incredible how much a simple thing like being lost in a forest for ten minutes will affect your outlook on life. Things like not being able to find your way back to where you came from make you appreciate the little things in life. Looking back on the day, I realize now that it was fate. Moments like that are few and far between and should be taken as a lesson. Surprises like this were, and always will be, an unexpected gift for all.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2017 ESSAY WRITING QUESTIONS.
(Choose ONE from this section)
(1.) Your father has just built a new house for the family. Write a letter to your elder brother who lives in abroad describing the new house and the prestige it has accorded your family.
(2.) Write an article suitable for the publication of a national newspaper, discussing two major problems facing your country and suggesting ways of solving them
(3.) The electricity supply in your school has been irregular. As the senior prefect, write a letter to the chairman of the Parents-Teacher Association (PTA) telling him about the effect of this on the school and the need to provide a standby generator for the school
(4.) Your principal is due for retirement at the end of the academic year. As the senior prefect, write a speech which you would deliver to honor him/her as a send-off party
(5.) Write a story ending with the expression. At last we arrived safely.
NOTE: You are Going to Do the First Section Yourself