English Past Questions v21 (JAMB/ WAEC/ NECO).

English Past Questions v21 (JAMB/ WAEC/ NECO); These English questions are for students who are sitting for the following examinations:

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#1. The loud noise in the neighbourhood attracted people who stared _____ the thief

#2. The students unrest resulted _____ the expulsion of the ringleaders

#3. The lawyer insisted _____ the full payment of his charge

#4. Little children are usually afraid _____ thunder.

#5. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: The officer refused to be 'taken in' by the report given by the private

#6. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the word underlined: The principal advised the boy to 'come to grip with himself' if he wanted to do well at the end of his course.

#7. In the question below choose the option opposite in meaning to the word underlined: The judge 'came down heavily' on the accused person in his judgement

#8. In the question below choose the option opposite in meaning to the word underlined: Employees have been 'urged to desist from witch-hunting and character assassination'

#9. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: The government should stop 'white elephant projects'

#10. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Since his father's death, Osita has not been able to 'cope with' the tasks of a family head

#11. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: My spell in the university was an 'unmitigated' disaster

#12. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: To be above board is to be

#13. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: It is sheer 'foolhardiness' for unarmed policemen to pursue armed robbers

#14. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Bankole was a man 'given to' much wine

#15. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Stephen was blamed for leaving his door 'ajar' during the heavy rainfall.

#16. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: If people don't want to play the game according to the rule, 'that is their business'

#17. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Nigeria, like most other African countries is 'predominantly' agricultural

#18. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Despite increasingly 'punitive' laws against hemp smoking, it is still rising at an alarming rate.

#19. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: You have been asked to change your 'laissez-faire' attitude to work

#20. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: Many states practise the ideals of 'democracy'

#21. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: He lost his voice 'momentarily'

#22. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: The corrupt official had to leave the public service 'willy-nilly'

#23. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: I am yet to write the 'penultimate' paragraph of my essay

#24. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: One 'hindrance' to an orderly economic development of the country is large scale fraud and corruption

#25. In the question below choose the option nearest in meaning to the underlined word or phrase: The ceiling of my bed-room fell in and 'knocked me out'

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English Past Questions v21 (JAMB/ WAEC/ NECO).