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Thursday 18th June Paper II & III: Essay &
Objective –
English Language – 10:00am –
12:45pm
Paper IV: Test of Orals – English
Language – 12:45pm – 1:30pm

NECO ENGLISH ESSAY
1] write an article for publication in a national
newspaper on the menace of child trafficking in
nigeria and ways of curtailing it
2] ur school will soon resume for a new session but
due to some problem u are. Not likely to resume as
scheduled write a letter stating the problems and
requesting permission to resume at a later date
3] write a story that illustrate the saying"an early bird
catches the worm."
4] you are the chief speaker in a debate on the
proposition :internet has brought more evil than
good to nigeria Student write ur contribution for or
against the motion

4) Essay Writing {Debate}

The Internet is a network connecting computers
across the world. It has its origins in military and
academic projects dating back to the 1960s, but
began to be more widely available from the end of
the 1980s. The creation of the World Wide Web (1989)
and web browsers (early 1990s) gave ordinary people
easy ways of getting around the Internet. Over the
past fifteen years, millions of different websites have
been set up, giving people the chance to shop, do
business, play, learn and communicate online. Over
the same period it has become much easier, cheaper
and faster to get online in order to do these things.
Now more than 30% of the global population have
access to the Internet. Continent-wise, this breaks
down as: Europe: 58.3%, North America 78.3%, Latin
America 36.2%, Africa 11.4%, Asia 23.8% and Oceania
60.1%. [1] These figures are growing all the time, as
technology designed to access the Internet becomes
both more mobile and much cheaper to produce.
The arrival of the Internet has vastly changed the way
in which people search and access information.
News travels more quickly than ever, and current
affairs can be discussed all over the world
instantaneously via forums, blogs, and social
networks. Search engines like Google and Wikipedia
have now become ubiquitous starting points for
researching anything from minor queries to
academic reports. Many people also maintain social
links through the Internet with services such like
Facebook, Skype, and Flickr, to name but a few.
Research in the UK has shown that the average adult
spends around 22 hours 15 minutes online each
month. [2]
Some believe the Internet is dominating the lives of
its users. Nicholas Carr in his book The Shallows:
How the Internet is Changing the Way we Think, Read
and Remember, [3] that all this time spend online
cannot be healthy, whereas other have cheered the
increased possibilities for research, meeting new
people and keeping in contact with one another. The
strongly contested debate remains as the
internet is an active force for good in society. Thanks.

ENGLISH OBJ TYPE B
1. A. Although
2. C. Most
3. E . -ous
4. E. Ultra-vires
5. D. Brothers-in-law
6. A. A few
7 C. Fell
8.E. Won't
9. A. At
10. C. Fame
11. B. Dismissal
12. C. Isn't it
13. B. Because
14. C. Complement
15. A. About
16. A. Announcement
17. D. Whom
18. C. Whom
19. C. Itself
20. B. Has
21. D. Hearing
22. C. Dessert
23. A. Could have won
24. B. New beautiful four conered spacious
25. C. Nce
25. C. Nor
26. A. Didn't i
27. B. Cause
28. B. Among
29. B. Needed to play that day
30. B. Coming
31. A. Body
32. D. Special
33. E- skeleton
34. D- nerves
35. B- contractions
36. E- water
37. A- circulatory syste
38. D- respiratory
39. A- blood
40. A -food
41. B. Glucose
42. E. Excretory
43. A. Control
44. C. Senses
45. D. Nervous
46 c. Ecomium
47. D. Recession
48. A. Addendum
49. E. Vouche
50. A. Elimination
51. B. Deadline
52. D. Escort
53. A. Authorship
54. D. Inoculated
55. E. Sychophants
56. E shielded
57. B. Invigorated
58. E. Nightmare
59. A. Appointed
60. B. Concealed
61. C. Refute
62. C. Flexible
63. E. Implored
64. C. Improved
65. D
66. C. Family planning
67. B. Maternal
68. B. Fertility
69. C. Mother
70. E. Planned
71. C. Pregnancies
72 e. Stress
73-D-malnutrition
74-c-juvenile
75-a-abnormalities
Z6-e-process
77-d-parents
78-a-costly
79-a-care
80-e-space
81-b-prank
82-c-falsify
83-e-plan
84-a-crucial
85-e-qualified
86-e-urgent
87-c-exempted
88-a-distinguished
89-a-demeaning
90-d-praises
91-a-by a narrow margin
92-e-work all the tym
93-a-alter d price
94-d-had no money
95-c-dashed
96-b-look at every detail of the minutes
97-e-wen our father shouted
98-c-was insufficient
99-b-was expensive
100-was in deep sleep

English-Test-Of-Oral!.
Indicate your answers with this oral
oral type B
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TYPE B ORAL
1C-cafe
2B-draw
3B-fake
4D-part
5C-path
6C-ditch
7D-measure
8E-wed
9A-arch
10C-out
11B-hour
12B-bereaved
13E-legs
14D-plate
15B-castle
16B-explosion
17C-sewage
18B-game
19B-corps
20D-loose
21E-snappy
22A-balm
23E-stomach
24E-worthy
25A-badge
26B-breathe
27A-banner
28D-packed
29B-heir
30D-sphere
31C-re-for-MA-to-ry
32B-un-DER-stand-a-ble
33B-ag-RI-cul-tur-al
34C-ob-jec-TI-vi-ty
35B-na-TION-al-i-sm
36D-actor
37E-park
38E-voice
39E-upset
40B-bread
41A-bald
42D-outside
43C-saw
44B-sale
45A-bull
46D-meet
47B-heat
48A-bold
49B-course
50E-urban
51D-gratuity
52E-withdraw
53A-decamp
54B-decease
55D-reclaim
56E-which offer did she reject
57E-did the unknown author visit our school?
58E-is Auxino pharmaceutical company the best in this
town?
59C-Did the jury finally convict him of murder?
60B-Does general Ahmed\’s eating habit bad?

ENGLISH LANGUAGE THEORY ANSWERS

(5a)
He lost the scholarship that was originally awarded to
him because he moved from medicine to faculty of
arts

(5b)
His elder brother who just came back from England
game him the money to settle the tuitition in the
university

(5c)
The announcement from the university of London
which dropped the Latin requirement in the study of
arts in the university of Ibadan

(5d)
It was used to refer to the state when he was
confused and could not decide on his choice of
course since he does not even have the full
requirements of his desired course of study in the
faculty of arts

(5e)
(i)Noun Phrase
(ii)It functions as the subject of the verb "argued"

5f )
Professor cadle felt unperturbed and explained the
reason why.

5g)
He chose another course other than the one for
which he was given scholarship because he initially
desired to be in arts but due to
pressure ,he had to sccumb to medicine for which
scholarship was given

5h)
i ) Ramification --- --- Complication
ii )Elated --- --- OverJoyed / deliglited
iii ) Conversation --- -- dialogue / Disscusion
iv) Pleasantly --- --- Cheerity
v ) Absorbed - --- taken / employed
vi) measured --- - degree / extent

(6a)
BENEFIT OF INDIGINESATION POLICY IN NIGERIA

* it discouraged the foreigners from shifting their
business benefits to their home countries

* The Nigerian business man were highly
empowered in their business activities

* It brought about an increase in both the value and
volume of the Nigerian stock exchange

* It gave the Nigerian business man the power to be
in control of the business in the country

(6b)
THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF INDIGENIZATION POLICY
IN NIGERIA
* The level of income in the country decreased
immensely only a few Nigerians benefited immensely
from the policy.

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