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30th April 2012. Waec candidates will be writing the Use of English. Here is the exam time from waec timetable.
Monday 30th April
English1(essay) 9-11:30
English 1(essay) alternative B. 9-11:30
English 2(obj) 2-3
English 2(obj) alternativeB. 2-3:15
English test of oral 3:30-4:15

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  1. Legendkid, This is your very best from futo. Guess who it is and win a trip to women's lodge.
    Let me drop some useful English past questions and their correct answers for your readers.

    WAEC past questions and answers for “English. Antonymsand Fill in the gap”
    1…………………………………………………………..
    Q2
    Which of the following best completes the passage below?
    In a survey of job applicants, two-fifths admitted to being at least a little dishonest. However,the survey may underestimate the proportion of job applicants who are dishonest, because______
    A
    some dishonest people taking the survey might have claimed on the survey to be honest
    B
    some generally honest people taking the survey might have claimed on the survey to be dishonest
    C
    some people who claimed on the survey to be at least a little dishonest may be very dishonest
    D
    some people who claimed on the survey to be dishonest may have been answering honestly
    E
    some people who are not job applicants are probably at least a little dishonest
    Answer: A

  2. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q3
    The average life expectancy for the United States population as a whole is 73.9 years, but children born in Hawaii will live anaverage of 77 years, and those born in Louisiana, 71.7 years. If anewlywed couple from Louisiana were to begin their family in Hawaii, therefore, their children would be expected to live longerthan would be the case if the family remained in Louisiana.
    Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken theconclusion drawn in the passage?
    A
    Insurance company statisticians do not believe that moving to Hawaii will significantly lengthen the average Louisianan's life.
    B
    The governor of Louisiana has falsely alleged that statistics forhis state are inaccurate.
    C
    The longevity ascribed to Hawaii's current population is attributable mostly to genetically determined factors.
    D
    Thirty percent of all Louisianans can expect to live longer than 77 years.
    E
    Most of the Hawaiian Islands have levels of air pollution well below the national average for the United States.
    Answer: C

  3. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q4
    The average life expectancy for the United States population as a whole is 73.9 years, but children born in Hawaii will live anaverage of 77 years, and those born in Louisiana, 71.7 years. If anewlywed couple from Louisiana were to begin their family in Hawaii, therefore, their children would be expected to live longerthan would be the case if the family remained in Louisiana.
    Which of the following statements, if true, would most significantly strengthen the conclusion drawn in the passage?
    A
    As population density increases in Hawaii, life expectancy figures for that state are likely to be revised downward.
    B
    Environmental factors tending tofavor longevity are abundant in Hawaii and less numerous in Louisiana.
    C
    Twenty-five percent of all Louisianans who move to Hawaii live longer than 77 years.
    D
    Over the last decade, average life expectancy has risen at a higher rate for Louisianans than for Hawaiians.
    E
    Studies show that the average life expectancy for Hawaiians who move permanently to Louisiana is roughly equal to that of Hawaiians who remain in Hawaii.
    Answer: B
    Q5
    Insurance Company X is considering issuing a new policy to cover services required by elderly people who suffer from diseases that afflict the elderly. Premiums for the policy must be low enough to attract customers. Therefore, Company X is concerned that the income from the policies would not be sufficient to pay for the claims that would be made.
    Which of the following strategieswould be most likely to minimize Company X's losses on the policies?
    A
    Attracting middle-aged customers unlikely to submit claims for benefits for many years.
    B
    Insuring only those individuals who did not suffer any serious diseases as children
    C
    Including a greater number of services in the policy than are included in other policies of lowercost
    D
    Insuring only those individuals who were rejected by other companies for similar policies
    E
    Insuring only those individuals who are wealthy enough to pay for the medical services
    Answer: A

  4. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q6
    A program instituted in a particular state allows parents to prepay their children's futurecollege tuition at current rates. The program then pays the tuition annually for the child at any of the state's public collegesin which the child enrolls. Parentsshould participate in the program as a means of decreasing the cost for their children's college education.
    Which of the following, if true, is the most appropriate reason forparents NOT to participate in the program?
    A
    the parents are unsure about which public college in the state the child will attend.
    B
    The amount of money accumulated by putting the prepayment funds in an interest-bearing account today will be greater than the total cost of tuition for any of the public colleges when the child enrolls.
    C
    The annual cost of tuition at thestate's public colleges is expected to increase at a fasterate than the annual increase in the cost of living.
    D
    Some of the state's public colleges are contemplating large increases in tuition next year.
    E
    The prepayment plan would not cover the cost of room and board at any of the state's public colleges.
    Answer: B

  5. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q7
    Company Alpha buys free-travel coupons from people who are awarded the coupons by Bravo Airlines for flying frequently on Bravo airplanes. The coupons aresold to people who pay les for the coupons than they would pay by purchasing tickets from Bravo. This making of coupons results in lost revenue for Bravo.
    To discourage the buying and selling of free-travel coupons, it would be best for Bravo Airlines to restrict the
    A
    number of coupons that a person can be awarded in a particular year
    B
    use of the coupons to those who were awarded the coupons and members of their immediate families
    C
    days that the coupons can be used to Monday through Friday
    D
    amount of time that the coupons can be used after they are issued
    E
    number of routes on which travelers can use the coupons
    Answer: B
    Q8
    The ice on the front windshield of the car had formed when moisture condensed during the night. The ice melted quickly after the car was warmed up the next morning because the defrosting vent, which blows on the front windshield, was turnedon full force.
    Which of the following, if true, most seriously jeopardizes the validity of the explanation for the speed with which the ice melted?
    A
    The side windows had no ice condensation on them
    B
    Even though no attempt was made to defrost the back window, the ice there melted at the same rate as did the ice on the front windshield.
    C
    The speed at which ice on a window melts increases as the temperature of the air blown onthe window increases
    D
    The warm air from the defrosting vent for the front windshield cools rapidly as it dissipates throughout the rest of the car.
    E
    The defrosting vent operates efficiently even when the heater, which blows warm air toward the feet or faces of the driver and passengers, is on.
    Answer: B

  6. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q9
    To prevent some conflicts of interest, Congress could prohibithigh-level government officials from accepting positions as lobbyists for three years after such officials leave government service. One such official concluded, however, that such aprohibition would be unfortunatebecause it would prevent high-level government officials from earning a livelihood for three years.
    The official's conclusion logically depends on which of the following assumptions?
    A
    Laws should not restrict the behavior of former government officials.
    B
    Lobbyists are typically people who have previously been high-level government officials.
    C
    Low-level government officials donot often become lobbyists whenthey leave government service.
    D
    High-level government officials who leave government service are capable of earning a livelihood only as lobbyists.
    E
    High-level government officials who leave government service are currently permitted to act as lobbyists for only three years.
    Answer: D
    Q10
    A conservation group in the United States is trying to change the long-standing image of bats as frightening creatures.The group contends that bats are feared and persecuted solely because they are shy animals that are active only at night.
    Which of the following, if true, would cast the most serious doubt on the accuracy of the group's contention?
    A
    Bats are steadily losing natural roosting places such as caves and hollow trees and are thus turning to more developed areasfor roosting.
    B
    Bats are the chief consumers of nocturnal insects and thus can help make their hunting territory more pleasant for humans.
    C
    Bats are regarded as frighteningcreatures not only in the United States but also in Europe, Africa,and South America.
    D
    Raccoons and owls are shy and active only at night; yet they are not generally feared and persecuted.
    E
    People know more about the behavior of other greatly fearedanimal species, such as lions, alligators, and greatly feared animal species, such as lions, alligators, and snakes, than theydo about the behavior of bats.
    Answer: D

  7. WAEC past questions and answersfor “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”
    Q11
    Meteorite explosions in the Earth's atmosphere as large as the one that destroyed forests in Siberia, with approximately theforce of a twelve-megaton nuclear blast, occur about once acentury.
    The response of highly automatedsystems controlled by complex computer programs to unexpected circumstances is unpredictable.
    Which of the following conclusionscan most properly be drawn, if the statements above are true, about a highly automated nuclear-missile defense system controlled by a complex computer program?
    A
    Within a century after its construction, the system would react inappropriately and might accidentally start a nuclear war.
    B
    The system would be destroyed ifan explosion of a large meteorite occurred in the Earth's atmosphere.
    C
    It would be impossible for the system to distinguish the explosion of a large meteorite from the explosion of a nuclear weapon.
    D
    Whether the system would respond inappropriately to the explosion of a large meteorite would depend on the location of the blast.
    E
    It is not certain what the system's response to the explosion of a large meteorite would be, if its designers did notplan for such a contingency.
    Answer: E
    Q12
    The fewer restrictions there areon the advertising of legal services, the more lawyers there are who advertise their services, and the lawyers who advertise a specific service usually charge lessfor that service than lawyers who do notadvertise. Therefore, if the state removes any of its current restrictions, such as theone against advertisements thatdo not specify fee arrangements, overall consumer legal costs will be lower than if the state retains its current restrictions.
    If the statements in the passageare true, which of the following must be true?
    A
    Some lawyers who now advertise will charge more for specific services if they do not have to specify fee arrangements in the advertisements.
    B
    More consumers will use legal services if there are fewer restrictions on the advertising of legal service.
    C
    If the restriction against advertisements that do not specify fee arrangements is removed, more lawyers will advertise their services.
    D
    If more lawyers advertise lower prices for specific services, somelawyers who do not advertise will also charge less than they currently charge for those services.
    E
    If the only restrictions on the advertising of legal services werethose that apply to every type of advertising, most lawyers would advertise their services.
    Answer: C

  8. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q13
    The fewer restrictions there areon the advertising of legal services, the more lawyers there are who advertise their services, and the lawyers who advertise a specific service usually charge less for that service than lawyers who do notadvertise. Therefore, if the state removes any of its current restrictions, such as theone against advertisements thatdo not specify fee arrangements, overall consumer legal costs will be lower than if the state retains its current restrictions.
    Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken theargument concerning overall consumer legal costs?
    A
    The state has recently removed some other restrictions that hadlimited the advertising of legal services.
    B
    The state is unlikely to remove all of the restrictions that apply solely to the advertising of legal services.
    C
    Lawyers who do not advertise generally provide legal services of the same quality as those provided by lawyers who do advertise.
    D
    Most lawyers who now specify fee arrangements in their advertisements would continue to do so even if the specificationwere not required.
    E
    Most lawyers who advertise specific services do not lower their fees for those services when they begin to advertise.
    wer with explanation:
    Answer: E

  9. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q14
    Defense Department analysts worry that the ability of the United States to wage a prolonged war would be seriously endangered if the machine-tool manufacturing baseshrinks further. Before the Defense Department publicly connected this security issue with the import quota issue, however, the machine-tool industry raised the national security issue in its petition for import quotas.
    Which of the following, if true, contributes most to an explanation of the machine-tool industry's raising the issue above regarding national security?
    A
    When the aircraft industries retooled, they provided a large amount of work for too builders.
    B
    The Defense Department is only marginally concerned with the effects of foreign competition onthe machine-tool industry.
    C
    The machine-tool industry encountered difficulty in obtaining governmental protection against imports on grounds other than defense.
    D
    A few weapons important for defense consist of parts that donot require extensive machining.
    E
    Several federal government programs have been designed which will enable domestic machine-tool manufacturing firmsto compete successfully with foreign toolmakers.
    Answer: C
    Q15
    Opponents of laws that require automobile drivers and passengers to wear seat belts argue that in a free society people have the right to take risks as long as the people do not harm other as a result of taking the risks. As a result, they conclude that it should be each person's decision whether or not to wear a seat belt.
    Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the conclusion drawn above?
    A
    Many new cars are built with seat belts that automatically fasten when someone sits in thefront seat.
    B
    Automobile insurance rates for all automobile owners are higherbecause of the need to pay for the increased injuries or deaths of people not wearing seat belts.
    C
    Passengers in airplanes are required to wear seat belts during takeoffs and landings.
    D
    The rate of automobile fatalities in states that do not have mandatory seat belt laws is greater than the rate of fatalities in states that do have such laws.
    E
    In automobile accidents, a greater number of passengers who do not wear seat belts are injured than are passengers whodo wear seat belts.
    Answer: B

  10. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q16
    The cost of producing radios in Country Q is ten percent less than the cost of producing radios in Country Y. even after transportation fees and tariff charges are added, it is still cheaper for a company to import radios from Country Q to Country Y than to produce radios in Country Y.
    The statements above, if true, best support which of the following assertions?
    A
    labor costs in Country Q are tenpercent below those in Country Y.
    B
    Importing radios from Country Q to Country Y will eliminate ten percent of the manufacturing jobs in Country Y.
    C
    the tariff on a radio imported from Country Q to Country Y is less than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Y.
    D
    the fee for transporting a radio from Country Q to Country Y is more than ten percent of the cost of manufacturing the radio in Country Q.
    E
    it takes ten percent less time tomanufacture a radios in CountryQ than it does in Country Y.
    Answer: C
    Q17
    During the Second World War, about 375,000 civilians died in the United States and about 408,000 members of the United States armed forces died overseas. On the basis the thosefigures, it can be concluded thatit was not much more dangerousto be overseas in the armed forces during the Second World War than it was to stay at homeas a civilian.
    Which of the following would reveal most clearly the absurdity of the conclusion drawn above?
    A
    Counting deaths among membersof the armed forces who servedin the United State in addition todeaths among members of the armed forces serving overseas
    B
    Expressing the difference between the numbers of deaths among civilians and members of the armed forces as a percentage of the total number of deaths
    C
    Separating deaths caused by accidents during service in the armed forces from deaths caused by combat injuries
    D
    Comparing death rates per thousand members of each group rather than comparing total numbers of deaths
    E
    Comparing deaths caused by accidents in the United States todeaths caused by combat in the armed forces
    Answer: D

  11. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q18
    Toughened hiring standards have not been the primary cause of the present staffing shortage in public schools. The shortage of teachers is primarilycaused by the fact that in recent years teachers have not experienced any improvements in working conditions and their salaries have not kept pace withsalaries in other professions.
    Which of the following, if true, would most support the claims above?
    A
    Many teachers already in the profession would not have been hired under the new hiring standards.
    B
    Today more teachers are entering the profession with a higher educational level than in the past.
    C
    Some teachers have cited higherstandards for hiring as a reasonfor the current staffing shortage.
    D
    Many teachers have cited low pay and lack of professional freedom as reasons for their leaving the profession.
    E
    Many prospective teachers havecited the new hiring standards as a reason for not entering theprofession.
    Answer: D
    Q19
    A proposed ordinance requires the installation in new homes of sprinklers automatically triggered by the presence of a fire. However, a home builder argued that because more than ninety percent of residential fires are extinguished by a household member, residential sprinklers would only marginally decrease property damage caused by residential fires.
    Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken thehome builder's argument?
    A
    most individuals have no formal training in how to extinguish fires.
    B
    Since new homes are only a tiny percentage of available housing in the city, the new ordinance would be extremely narrow in scope.
    C
    The installation of smoke detectors in new residences costs significantly less than the installation of sprinklers.
    D
    In the city where the ordinance was proposed, the average timerequired by the fire departmentto respond to a fire was less than the national average.
    E
    The largest proportion of property damage that results from residential fires is caused by fires that start when no household member is present.
    Answer: E

  12. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q20
    Even though most universities retain the royalties from facultymembers' inventions, the faculty members retain the royalties from books and articles they write. Therefore, faculty members should retain the royalties from the educational computer software they develop.
    The conclusion above would be more reasonably drawn if which of the following were inserted into the argument as an additional premise?
    A
    Royalties from inventions are higher than royalties from educational software programs.
    B
    Faculty members are more likely to produce educational softwareprograms than inventions.
    C
    Inventions bring more prestige to universities that do books and articles.
    D
    In the experience of most universities, educational software programs are more marketable that are books and articles.
    E
    In terms of the criteria used to award royalties, educational software programs are more nearly comparable to books and articles than to inventions.
    Answer: E
    Q21
    Increase in the level of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in the human bloodstream lower bloodstream-cholesterol levels by increasing the body's capacityto rid itself of excess cholesterol. Levels of HDL in the bloodstream of some individuals are significantly increased by a program of regular exercise andweight reduction.
    Which of the following can be correctly inferred from the statements above?
    A
    Individuals who are underweight do not run any risk of developing high levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream.
    B
    Individuals who do not exercise regularly have a high risk of developing high levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream late in life.
    C
    Exercise and weight reduction are the most effective methods of lowering bloodstream cholesterol levels in humans.
    D
    A program of regular exercise and weight reduction lowers cholesterol levels in the bloodstream of some individuals.
    E
    Only regular exercise is necessary to decrease cholesterol levels in the bloodstream of individuals of average weight.
    Answer: D

  13. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q22
    When limitations were in effect on nuclear-arms testing, people tended to save more of their money, but when nuclear-arms testing increased, people tendedto spend more of their money. The perceived threat of nuclear catastrophe, therefore, decreases the willingness of people to postpone consumption for the sake of saving money.
    The argument above assumes that
    A
    the perceived threat of nuclear catastrophe has increased over the years.
    B
    most people supported the development of nuclear arms
    C
    people's perception of the threat of nuclear catastrophe depends on the amount of nuclear-arms testing being done
    D
    the people who saved the most money when nuclear-arms testing was limited were the ones who supported such limitations
    E
    there are more consumer goods available when nuclear-arms testing increases
    Answer: C
    Q23
    Which of the following best completes the passage below?
    People buy prestige when they buy a premium product. They want to be associated with something special. Mass-marketing techniques and price-reduction strategies shouldnot be used because______.
    A
    affluent purchasers currently represent a shrinking portion of the population of all purchasers
    B
    continued sales depend directly on the maintenance of an aura of exclusivity
    C
    purchasers of premium products are concerned with the quality as well as with the price of the products
    D
    expansion of the market niche to include a broader spectrum ofconsumers will increase profits
    E
    manufacturing a premium brand is not necessarily more costly than manufacturing a standard brand of the same product
    Answer: B

  14. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q24
    A cost-effective solution to the problem of airport congestion is to provide high-speed ground transportation between major cities lying 200 to 500 miles apart. The successful implementation of this plan wouldcost far less than expanding existing airports and would also reduce the number of airplanes clogging both airports and airways.
    Which of the following, if true, could be proponents of the plan above most appropriately cite asa piece of evidence for the soundness of their plan?
    A
    An effective high-speed ground-transportation system would require major repairs to many highways and mass-transit improvements.
    B
    One-half of all departing flights in the nation's busiest airport head for a destination in a majorcity 225 miles away.
    C
    The majority of travelers departing from rural airports are flying to destinations in cities over 600 miles away.
    D
    Many new airports are being built in areas that are presentlyserved by high-speed ground-transportation systems.
    E
    A large proportion of air travelers are vacationers who are taking long-distance flights.
    Answer: B
    Q25
    If there is an oil-supply disruption resulting in higher international oil prices, domestic oil prices in open-market countries such as the United States will rise as well, whether such countries import all or noneof their oil.
    If the statement in the passage concerning oil-supply disruptions is true, which of the following policies in an open-market nationis most likely to reduce the long-term economic impact on that nation of sharp and unexpected increases in international oil prices?
    A
    Maintaining the quantity of oil imported at constant yearly levels
    B
    Increasing the number of oil tankers in its fleet
    C
    Suspending diplomatic relations with major oil-producing nations
    D
    Decreasing oil consumption through conservation
    E
    Decreasing domestic production of oil
    Answer: D

  15. WAEC past questions and answers for “English Antonyms and Fill in the gap”

    Q26
    If there is an oil-supply disruption resulting in higher international oil prices, domestic oil prices in open-market countries such as the United States will rise as well, whether such countries import all or noneof their oil.
    Which of the following conclusionsis best supported by the statement in the passage?
    A
    Domestic producers of oil in open-market countries are excluded from the international oil market when there is a disruption in the international oilsupply.
    B
    International oil-supply disruptions have little, if any, effect on the price of domestic oil as long as an open-market country has domestic supplies capable of meeting domestic demand.
    C
    The oil market in an open-market country is actually part of the international oil market, even if most of that country's domestic oil is usually sold to consumers within its borders.
    D
    Open-market countries that export little or none of their oil can maintain stable domestic oil prices even when international oil prices rise sharply.
    E
    If international oil prices rise, domestic distributors of oil in open-market countries will beginto import more oil than they export.
    Answer: C

  16. Am feeling sleepy now. We will see tomorrow @legendkid.

  17. Am feeling sleepy now. We will see tomorrow @legendkid.

  18. This is Use of English Theory.
    COMPREHENSION – INTRODUCTION.
    WHY – The reason.
    HOW – The manner/way.
    WHAT – The idea,the basic fact.
    WHO – A specific person required.
    WHICH – A specific person/idea required.
    WHEN – The time of the action.
    WHERE – The location of theaction.
    Any answer in comprehension begining with a preamble should possess these qualities:-Name,Mention,Give,S tate:In this type the student is expected to answer in a brief manner.
    1.It should be grammaticallycorrect as a sentence.
    2.The answers should fit in the preamble e.g:
    The two reasons for the boy's failure are:
    i.inadequate preparation.
    ii.insufficient teaching on the part of his teachers.
    GRAMMATICAL FUNCTIONS.
    *Noun Phrase/Clause
    1.The Noun Phrase or Clause can be replaced by a pronoun.The pronoun canbe singular or plural.
    2.The Noun phrase/clause does not move about like an advera.
    3.It can be the subject of the verb when it is placed before the verb.
    e.g
    1. What Shina told me aboutthe matte r disturbed me alot.
    i.Noun Clause.
    ii.It is the subject of
    the verb “disturbed”
    2 .That John is a lazy boy isactually a fact.
    i. Noun Clause
    ii. It is the subject of the verb “is”
    3 .How the thief escaped arrest seems rather strange.
    i. Noun clause.
    ii. Its is the subject of the verb “seems”

  19. FIGURES OF SPEECH.
    These are expressions which usually arouse our emotions, feelings or any other mood. Usually we transfer the characteristics of something to another thing else e.g When we talk of rain, it can beat, soak, drench e.t.c e.g *Janet was (soaked with) with wonderful ideas.
    *Janet was soaked (head to toe) with wonderful ideas.
    i. Soaked –> Metaphor
    ii. Janet was (filled)
    The substitute should be a plain word not a figure of speech andit should fit into the sentence grammatically. Here it means that “Soaked” cannot be replaced by “drenched”. It shouldbe replaced by a plain & simple word and straight forward word.That replacement should fit into the sentence appropriately. Soaked used in the sentence canbe replaced by filled, covered e.t.c. The metaphor is that figureof speech which uses characteristic attributes or qualities of one thing for another thing. For example, the sentence above has transferredthe characteristics of ordinary rain to a human being.

  20. PERSONIFICATION
    personification we transfer the characteristics, feeling, quality or attributes of human thing to something which is not human. E.g
    -After the heavy rain, I saw all the rocks (crying) with heavy (tears) in their (eyes).
    -The explanation was (pregnant)with meaning.
    *
    SIMILE :: These is another way of transferring or associating the characteristics of something to another thing with the aid of words like , as, as if, as …..for the comparison e.g
    -John walked slowly (like a thief about to steal in the night).
    -The little girl is as troublesome (as a Lagos mini bus conductor).
    *
    HYPERBOLE :: These is a mere exaggeration we make when we want to emphasize, create laughter or any other emotion ina speech. E.g
    -The little boy Joe fell down & the class (burst) into laughter.
    -The little boy fell down and the whole earth (shooked) under hisweight.

  21. This is past questions and answers.
    WAEC PAST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: English Language. 'Rhyme'
    Q1
    rise
    A
    please
    B
    price
    C
    prize
    D
    pieceE
    Answer: C
    Q2
    bed
    A
    gird
    B
    bad
    C
    lufed
    D
    said
    E
    Answer: D
    Q3
    hood
    A
    seed
    B
    could
    C
    sewed
    D
    blood
    E
    Answer: B
    Q4
    murder
    A
    mother
    B
    utter
    C
    matter
    D
    purdah
    E
    Answer: D
    Q5
    deceit
    A
    receipt
    B
    recite
    C
    polite
    D
    resit
    E Answer: A

  22. The purpose for this Use of English Past questions and answers is for us to read and understand.
    WAEC past questions and answers for “English: Fill in the gaps”
    questions and answers-1 to 10.

    Q1
    One very important aspect of human relationship is ……….. trust.
    A
    communal
    B
    individual
    C
    mutual
    D
    personal
    E
    Answer: C
    Q2
    The two tasks were performed………. and we were able to finish early.
    A
    alternatively
    B
    simultaneously
    C
    consecutively
    D
    separately
    E
    Answer: B
    Q3
    The committee is charged with finding a ………. solution to the crisis.
    A
    lengthy
    B
    current
    C
    lasting
    D
    strong
    E
    Answer: C
    Q4
    We are worried by the ………. thatexist between the two factions of the party.
    A
    distraction
    B
    commotion
    C
    confusion
    D
    rivalry
    E
    Answer: D
    Q5
    Our teacher was not speaking………. when he said that the bursar was under a cloud.
    A
    literally
    B
    simply
    C
    frankly
    D
    directly
    E
    Answer: A
    Q6
    The signature on the document lacked ……….., so, it was rejected.
    A
    clarity
    B
    authentically
    C
    formality
    D
    simplicity
    E
    Answer: B
    Q7
    Everyone could tell that Binta was happy from the ………. on her face
    A
    picture
    B
    appearance
    C
    expression
    D
    sight
    E
    Answer: C
    Q8
    His last novel was ……… by his visit to the prisons
    A
    inspired
    B
    generated
    C
    conceived
    D
    revealed
    E
    Answer: A
    Q9
    As a result of the power cut, production at the paint factory came to a ………
    A
    hold – up
    B
    blockade
    C
    stand still
    D
    suspense
    E
    Answer: C
    Q10
    Several ………. were passed at themeeting.
    A
    memoranda
    B
    decisions
    C
    resolution
    D
    actions
    E
    Answer: C

  23. WAEC past questions and answers for “English:: Fill in the gaps”
    questions and answers: 11-20

    Q11
    Why are you always jealous ……… other people?
    A
    of
    B
    at
    C
    about
    D
    with
    E
    Answer: A
    Q12
    It is sad that the rich ……….. pity the poor.
    A
    doesn't
    B
    don't
    C
    do
    D
    did
    E
    Answer: B
    Q13
    The motorcycle nearly hit Jane and ………..
    A
    me
    B
    I
    C
    myself
    D
    mine
    E
    Answer: A
    Q14
    I found my friends sitting ……… the beach.
    A
    in
    B
    at
    C
    under
    D
    on
    E
    Answer: A
    Q15
    It is about time you ………. to bed.
    A
    go
    B
    have gone
    C
    went
    D
    should go
    E
    Answer: C
    Q16
    We shall not …………. WASSCE next May
    A
    sit in
    B
    sit at
    C
    sit
    D
    sit to
    E
    Answer: A
    Q17
    One of his close friends …………. a soldier
    A
    is
    B
    are
    C
    have been
    D
    were
    E
    Answer: A
    Q18
    Does Omar ………. in the city?
    A
    lives
    B
    lived
    C
    live
    D
    living
    E
    Answer: C
    Q19
    The meeting of the ………… will come later today.
    A
    secretaries general
    B
    secretary generals
    C
    secretaries generals
    D
    secretary generals'
    E
    Answer: A
    Q20
    His father has a ………..
    A
    round wooden beautiful table
    B
    wooden round beautiful table
    C
    beautiful wooden round table
    D
    beautiful round wooden table
    E
    Answer: D

  24. WAEC past questions and answers for “English:: Fill in the gaps”
    Use of English Past Questions and Answers.
    Question 21-30.

    Q21
    The teachers don't teach us,………..?
    A
    do they
    B
    don't they
    C
    didn't they
    D
    isn't it
    E
    Answer: A
    Q22
    We are no ……….. friends
    A
    more
    B
    longer
    C
    again
    D
    always
    E
    Answer: B
    Q23
    Can you tell us how the accidentcame ………?
    A
    up
    B
    by
    C
    out
    D
    about
    E
    Answer: D
    Q24
    She wondered if the water was not ……… hot for drinking
    A
    very
    B
    too
    C
    so
    D
    much
    E
    Answer: B
    Q25
    The robbers were subjected ……….a thorough beating by the irate mob.
    A
    to
    B
    by
    C
    with
    D
    for
    E
    Answer: A
    Q26
    The cook should have ………. the pepper and the tomatoes together
    A
    ground
    B
    grind
    C
    grinds
    D
    grounded
    E
    Answer: A
    Q27
    My friends will not believe me if I……….. them this story.
    A
    tell
    B
    told
    C
    an telling
    D
    will tell
    E
    Answer: B
    Q28
    Even before his burial, Okoye's family members were already planning how to share his wealth……… themselves.
    A
    between
    B
    with
    C
    among
    D
    to
    E
    Answer: C
    Q29
    The principal advised all the students to be of help to ………..
    A
    one other
    B
    themselves
    C
    the other
    D
    one another
    E
    Answer: D
    Q30
    Mr. Ackon needed ………. help to succeed in the business
    A
    a little
    B
    a few
    C
    little
    D
    few
    E
    Answer: A

  25. WAEC past questions and answers for”English :: Fill in the gaps”
    Q31
    Susan has been urging me to join the ……….
    A
    Girl Guides
    B
    Girls Guide
    C
    Girls Guides
    D
    Girl Guide
    E
    Answer: B
    Q32
    Three kilometres ………. quite a long distance
    A
    are
    B
    have been
    C
    is
    D
    were
    E
    Answer: C
    Q33
    If they had known us, they …………
    A
    will not treat us like that
    B
    would not treat us like that
    C
    will not have treated us like that
    D
    would not have treated us like that
    E
    Answer: D
    Q34
    The teacher made us ……… five poems each
    A
    recite
    B
    recited
    C
    recites
    D
    reciting
    E
    Answer: A
    Q35
    Each one of the chosen contestants ……… lunch with the patron
    A
    has had
    B
    have had
    C
    are having
    D
    have
    E
    Answer: A
    Q36
    The teacher needs ……… to write the note on the chalkboard
    A
    chalks
    B
    a chalk
    C
    some chalk
    D
    many chalks
    E
    Answer: C
    Q37
    Madam Abike turned ……….. 13 bags of maize at the first harvest
    A
    on
    B
    out
    C
    up
    D
    in
    E
    Answer: B
    Q38
    The teacher, as well as hi9s students, ………. working very hard
    A
    is
    B
    have been
    C
    are
    D
    were
    E
    Answer: A
    Q39
    My mother remarked that it washigh time we ………. preparing the supper
    A
    were starting
    B
    had started
    C
    started
    D
    should start
    E
    Answer: C
    Q40
    Though Yusuf is a much younger lawyer, you cannot compare his eloquence ………. his master's
    A
    by
    B
    with
    C
    from
    D
    for
    E
    Answer: B
    Q41
    All we need ……… dedicated teacher
    A
    are
    B
    was
    C
    is
    D
    were
    E
    Answer: C
    Q42
    The student wondered why the sun constantly rises ……… the east
    A
    in
    B
    by
    C
    from
    D
    within
    E
    Answer: C
    Q43
    Mrs. Kofi is angry ………. her daughter's lack of interest in her business
    A
    at
    B
    with
    C
    for
    D
    by
    E
    Answer: A
    Q44
    Until I heard him myself, I ……… imagined that he said that
    A
    did not
    B
    could not have
    C
    should not have
    D
    will not have
    E
    Answer: B
    Q45
    No sooner had the war started………. the soldiers deserted the village
    A
    that
    B
    when
    C
    as
    D
    than
    E
    Answer: D
    Q46
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    routine
    B
    effective
    C
    serious
    D
    necessary
    E
    Answer: B
    Q47
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    movement
    B
    ruling
    C
    construction
    D
    administration
    E
    Answer: D
    Q48
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    delegated
    B
    promised
    C
    allowed
    D
    slated
    E
    Answer: A
    Q49
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    work
    B
    jobs
    C
    duties
    D
    choices
    E
    Answer: C
    Q50
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    social
    B
    academic
    C
    extra-curricular
    D
    special
    E
    Answer: C
    Q51
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    association
    B
    indiscipline
    C
    relationship
    D
    behaviour
    E
    Answer: B
    Q52
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    supervision
    B
    assignment
    C
    administering
    D
    planning
    E
    Answer: A
    Q53
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    evaluation
    B
    attendance
    C
    diligence
    D
    studies
    E
    Answer: B
    Q54
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    operated
    B
    ruled
    C
    manipulated
    D
    evolved
    E
    Answer: A
    Q55
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    limit
    B
    duplicated
    C
    decrease
    D
    minimize
    E
    Answer: D
    Q56
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    feeling
    B
    sign
    C
    tone
    D
    design
    E
    Answer: C
    Q57
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    records
    B
    courses
    C
    deeds
    D
    fuctions
    E
    Answer: D
    Q58
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    implement
    B
    feature
    C
    tool
    D
    device
    E
    Answer: C
    Q59
    Refer to Passage A
    A
    union
    B
    village
    C
    community
    D
    group
    E
    Answer: C
    Q60
    Refer to Passage B
    A
    connect
    B
    ring
    C
    stir
    D
    wake
    E Answer: B

  26. WAEC past questions and answers for “English :: Same Sound”

    Q1
    f ace
    A
    vase
    B
    base
    C
    phase
    D
    paceE
    Answer: C
    Q2
    ch oose
    A
    march
    B
    charisma
    C
    share
    D
    mars
    E
    Answer: A
    Q3
    b i te
    A
    bait
    B
    bit
    C
    ply
    D
    peace
    E
    Answer: C
    Q4
    b ui ld
    A
    mewed
    B
    hoot
    C
    pull
    D
    lit
    E
    Answer: A
    Q5
    sh eep
    A
    seep
    B
    machine
    C
    used
    D
    cheap
    E
    Answer: B
    Q6
    th en
    A
    den
    B
    ten
    C
    thank
    D
    than
    E
    Answer: D
    Q7
    ray s
    A
    raze
    B
    race
    C
    hiss
    D
    push
    E
    Answer: C
    Q8
    pl ier
    A
    flier
    B
    play
    C
    fry
    D
    flay
    E
    Answer: B
    Q9
    h ate
    A
    honour
    B
    hut
    C
    heir
    D
    hour
    E
    Answer: C
    Q10
    ab ou t
    A
    bought
    B
    cloy
    C
    now
    D
    coach
    E
    Answer: C
    Q11
    ch aracter
    A
    chart
    B
    watch
    C
    machine
    D
    key
    E
    Answer: D
    Q12
    h ar d
    A
    heart
    B
    cash
    C
    hare
    D
    had
    E
    Answer: A
    Q13
    p u ll
    A
    book
    B
    pole
    C
    pale
    D
    pool
    E
    Answer: A
    Q14
    mi ss ion
    A
    vision
    B
    fussion
    C
    attention
    D
    mice
    E
    Answer: C
    Q15
    kn it
    A
    kill
    B
    neat
    C
    climb
    D
    kilogramme
    E Answer: B

  27. WAEC past questions and answers for “English: Synonyms”
    read this and remember this- waec is famous for repeating questions.
    questions and answers Q1-20

    Q1
    The provocation had an instantaneous effect on him.
    A
    a lasting
    B
    an immediate
    C
    a terrifying
    D
    a momentous
    E
    Answer: B
    Q2
    I woke up feeling rather queer .
    A
    fine
    B
    strange
    C
    strong
    D
    tired
    E
    Answer: B
    Q3
    If he declines the offer, it will be better for him.
    A
    ignores
    B
    denies
    C
    snubs
    D
    rejects
    E
    Answer: D
    Q4
    Our club encourages benevolence .
    A
    affluence
    B
    sincerity
    C
    charity
    D
    association
    E
    Answer: C
    Q5
    Such utterances are inimical to the peaceful co-existence of thetwo communities
    A
    unhelpful
    B
    unimportant
    C
    harmful
    D
    useless
    E
    Answer: C
    Q6
    The chairman observed that Andrew was the most qualified candidate for the job.
    A
    suitable
    B
    accomodating
    C
    responsible
    D
    interesting
    E
    Answer: A
    Q7
    What do you intend to do with these inanimate objects?
    A
    lively
    B
    fascinating
    C
    pecious
    D
    lifeless
    E
    Answer: D
    Q8
    Everybody noticed that the chairman's excuse was lame .
    A
    verbose
    B
    precise
    C
    unsatisfactory
    D
    unconditional
    E
    Answer: C
    Q9
    The president appointed staunch supporters of his policies as advisers.
    A
    trusted
    B
    critical
    C
    affluent
    D
    strong
    E
    Answer: C
    Q10
    The little boy gave his candid opinion of the incident.
    A
    quick
    B
    brief
    C
    frank
    D
    hurried
    E
    Answer: C
    Q11
    I concede that I am wrong on this point.
    A
    admit
    B
    pledge
    C
    declare
    D
    conclude
    E
    Answer: A
    Q12
    Within a short time, what was meant to be a peaceful demonstration escalated into a riot.
    A
    rose
    B
    elevated
    C
    expanded
    D
    developed
    E
    Answer: D
    Q13
    The students were incensed to hear that their school fees had been substantially increased.
    A
    enraged
    B
    disappointed
    C
    displeased
    D
    frightened
    E Answer: A
    Q14
    The flood that swept away the whole village was a catastrophic event.
    A
    an unfortunate
    B
    a disastrous
    C
    a devilish
    D
    an infuriating
    E
    Answer: B
    Q15
    The box contains the most valuable of his possession.
    A
    beautiful
    B
    costly
    C
    useful
    D
    admirable
    E
    Answer: B
    Q16
    The decision I have taken is irrevocable .
    A
    inapplicable
    B
    unacceptable
    C
    irreversible
    D
    irregular
    E
    Answer: C
    Q17
    I am delighted to speak before this august assembly
    A
    monthly
    B
    popular
    C
    crowded
    D
    honourable
    E
    Answer: D
    Q18
    The chairman ended the meetingof the cooperative society with a fitting speech.
    A
    a short
    B
    an improved
    C
    an appropriate
    D
    a brief
    E
    Answer: C
    Q19
    The class is unusually disorderly today.
    A
    unruly
    B
    lawless
    C
    unrestrained
    D
    aggressive
    E
    Answer: B
    Q20
    The report given by the boy is sub stantially correct and we have to decide what to do about it.
    A
    completely
    B
    largely
    C
    probably
    D
    understandably
    E
    Answer: B

  28. WAEC past questions and answers for “English: Synonyms”

    waec Questions and Answers 21 to 40

    Q21
    The woman stifled a cry of astonishment as she discovered the identity of the robber.
    A
    suppressed
    B
    shouted
    C
    forced
    D
    hid
    E
    Answer: A
    Q22
    The rock is a potential danger tofishing boats.
    A
    a possible
    B
    an unexpected
    C
    an obvious
    D
    a serious.
    E
    Answer: A
    Q23
    His contribution to the development programme in the village remains unrivalled .
    A
    unbroken
    B
    unparalled
    C
    undisputed
    D
    unknown.
    E
    Answer: B
    Q24
    Members of the party agreed that some serious thinking is required before a final decision can be taken.
    A
    meeting
    B
    consultation
    C
    consideration
    D
    appraisal.
    E
    Answer: C
    Q25
    Our chief is very intelligent but he could be parochial in his judgments.
    A
    deep
    B
    broad
    C
    narrow-minded
    D
    kind-hearted.
    E
    Answer: C
    Q26
    All that was left after the riot were the charred remains of thevictims.
    A
    burnt
    B
    black
    C
    broken
    D
    scattered
    E
    Answer: A
    Q27
    The incessant chatter of the pupils irritated the visitor.
    A
    unceasing
    B
    meaningless
    C
    excited
    D
    loud
    E
    Answer: A
    Q28
    I was surprised at the gallantry of the Senegalese peacekeepers.
    A
    cowradice
    B
    strength
    C
    bravery
    D
    height
    E
    Answer: C
    Q29
    Musa won the debate because he articulated his arguments convincingly.
    A
    pronounced
    B
    presented
    C
    arranged
    D
    summarized.
    E
    Answer: B
    Q30
    The clerk was dismissed for dereliction of duty.
    A
    ignorance
    B
    lateness
    C
    carelessness
    D
    negligence.
    E
    Answer: D
    Q31
    Despite all my attempts to refute the charges against me, my sister tried to ………….. them.
    A
    defend
    B
    prove
    C
    investigate
    D
    maintain
    E
    Answer: D
    Q32
    It was callous of you to have turned down the poor man's request.
    A
    heartless
    B
    stupid
    C
    rude
    D
    skilful
    E
    Answer: A
    Q33
    After a long walk the travellers suddenly saw lights blazing ahead.
    A
    thinking
    B
    lonely
    C
    mumbling
    D
    angry
    E
    Answer: D
    Q34
    The employees hated him because he often abused his authority.
    A
    insulted
    B
    misdirected
    C
    misapplied
    D
    exaggerated
    E
    Answer: C
    Q35
    For rescuing the boy, the policewoman was promoted for her gallantry .
    A
    generosity
    B
    bravery
    C
    risk
    D
    duty
    E
    Answer: B
    Q36
    Nora's goal was to become a doctor.
    A
    intention
    B
    vision
    C
    ambition
    D
    mission
    E
    Answer: C
    Q37
    Our staff was very proud when the school clinched all the prizes.
    A
    took
    B
    won
    C
    possessed
    D
    cornered
    E
    Answer: B
    Q38
    Mamie complains that her husband often relegates her to the position of a housemaid.
    A
    compares
    B
    relates
    C
    forces
    D
    reduces
    E
    Answer: D
    Q39
    There is no vacancy so the company no longer recruits staff.
    A
    position
    B
    opening
    C
    room
    D
    place
    E
    Answer: D
    Q40
    John said nothing during the meeting; he just sat there fuming .
    A
    thinking
    B
    lonely
    C
    mumbling
    D
    angry
    E
    Answer: D

  29. WAEC past questions and answers for “English: Synonyms”

    waec english past questions and answers 41-60

    Q41
    The marathon is a gruelling race.
    A
    powerful
    B
    exhausting
    C
    interesting
    D
    distant
    E
    Answer: B
    Q42
    The works of art in this gallery are priceless .
    A
    irreplaceable
    B
    precious
    C
    invaluable
    D
    durable
    E
    Answer: C
    Q43
    The detective was perplexed when the clues pointed to several suspects.
    A
    excited
    B
    worried
    C
    confused
    D
    discouraged
    E
    Answer: C
    Q44
    My father was sceptical about the story I told him.
    A
    ignorant
    B
    doubtful
    C
    embarrassed
    D
    luke warm
    E
    Answer: B
    Q45
    The suspect refused to divulge the source of information.
    A
    confirm
    B
    disclose
    C
    extract
    D
    affirm
    E
    Answer: B
    Q46
    My uncle was so engrossed in hiswork that he didn'nt hear me come in.
    A
    fascinated
    B
    thrilled
    C
    absorbed
    D
    overwhelmed
    E
    Answer: C
    Q47
    The politician has an inordinate desire to become president.
    A
    unproven
    B
    execessive
    C
    incessant
    D
    incredible
    E
    Answer: B
    Q48
    The chairman was given a tumultuous welcome.
    A
    strange
    B
    pleasant
    C
    noisy
    D
    well-organised
    E
    Answer: C
    Q49
    Mr. Okoro has implicit confidence in his son's ability.
    A
    absolute
    B
    normal
    C
    partial
    D
    faithful
    E
    Answer: C
    Q50
    The evidence of the witness was corroborated by the accused.
    A
    verified
    B
    alleged
    C
    confirmed
    D
    signed
    E
    Answer: C
    Q51
    Amina is the one who initiated the quarrel, not Nike !
    A
    started
    B
    stopped
    C
    settled
    D
    fuelled
    E
    Answer: A
    Q52
    She was reprimanded by her boss for negligence.
    A
    sacked
    B
    rebuked
    C
    punished
    D
    surcharged
    E
    Answer: B
    Q53
    Why should I retract my statement when it is nothing butthe truth?
    A
    alter
    B
    deny
    C
    withdraw
    D
    condemn
    E
    Answer: C
    Q54
    The doctor diagnosed the tumour as malignant .
    A
    deadly
    B
    painful
    C
    infections
    D
    minor
    E
    Answer: A
    Q55
    In tropical Africa, mosquitoes are ubiquitous .
    A
    dangerous
    B
    harmful
    C
    troublesome
    D
    everywhere
    E
    Answer: D
    Q56
    It soon became obvious that a confrontation was inevitable .
    A
    disastrous
    B
    unavoidable
    C
    desirable
    D
    imminent
    E
    Answer: B
    Q57
    They insisted that the omission of my name had been inadvertent .
    A
    unintentional
    B
    uncoditional
    C
    improper
    D
    unfortunate
    E
    Answer: A
    Q58
    The police announced that they were yet to apprehend the criminals.
    A
    interrogate
    B
    charge
    C
    prosecute
    D
    arrest
    E
    Answer: D
    Q59
    He is easily recognizable becauseof a conspicuous birth-mark on his face.
    A
    dark
    B
    beautiful
    C
    prominent
    D
    natural
    E
    Answer: C
    Q60
    The fishing boat was imperilled byhigh winds, but it managed to reach port safely.
    A
    pushed
    B
    endangered
    C
    disturbed
    D
    blown
    Answer: B

  30. i nid eng waec 2011/2012

  31. Here is what to expect in today's English Language.

    The English Language paper consist of 3 Papers, The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1 known asthe ESSAY , The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 known as OBJECTIVE TEST and The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3 known as TEST OF ORALS (OBJECTIVE)
    The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1 (ESSAY) is a paper worth 120 MARKS, it is divided into SECTION A (ESSAY) which comprises of 5 QUESTIONS in which you will be asked to answer 1 out of the 5. A QUESTION is worth 50 MARKS.
    The SECTION B (COMPREHENSION) comprises of 2 comprehension passages , you will be asked toanswer questions on both passages. The 2 questions from this section is worth 40 MARKS.
    The SECTION C (SUMMARY) part of the ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1 test candidateson how good they are in summarizing. It is worth a total of 30 MARKS.
    The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 also known as OBJECTIVE TEST comprises of 100 QUESTIONSworth 100 MARKS. It is divided into SECTION 1, SECTION 2, SECTION 3, SECTION 4, SECTION 5 and SECTION 6. The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2 paper test students'ability in words……most nearly opposite in meaning, word that best complete sentences, Interpretation, Words nearest inmeaning and Registers.
    The ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3 alsoknown as TEST OF ORALS (OBJECTIVE) comprises of 60QUESTIONS worth 60 MARKS.It is divided into 7 SECTIONS.
    SECTION 1 comprises of QUESTIONS from the SAME VOWEL SOUND, SECTION 2 (the same consonant sound(s), SECTION 3 (Rhymes), SECTION 4 (Main/Primary Stress), SECTION 5 ( Different Stress Pattern), SECTION 6 (Emphatic Stress), SECTION 7 (Sound represented by given phonetic Symbol).

  32. Get your waec English Objective answers here!
    English language obj
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    21DBDDCCDDAB
    31CDADCADDAD 41CBDABBBCCB
    51ADCADBAACC 61ACDABBCDCC
    71CCCADBACDD 81ACCAAAADBD
    91CADADBCCCA

  33. ( English paper 1 OBJ: 1-10)DACDBDDADC

    11-20)DACDDCDBBB 21-30)DBDDCCDDAB

    31-40)CBDABBBCCB

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    Freebrowsinglink author, this are unique answers, though i bought them, am sharing it here free.
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  34. Dis is 1daful,so i nid d remain subject 2 b written both questns nd answers. Secondly nid d latest cheat

  35. comprehension passages are not focussed on.

  36. not wat i want

  37. pls hw cn 1 get d latest ans 4 dis yr exams?

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