2017 NABTEB GCE ENGLISH LANGUAGE OBJ AND ESSAY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – Nov/Dec Expo

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SECTION A
ESSAY WRITING

Answer One Question from this Section
1. Write a letter to your friend who has been away from the country for a good number of years telling him or her about the menance of secret cults and their activities in the secondary school.

2. Describe how you would grow harvest and store one of the food crops in your locality.

3. Write a letter of complaint to the Editor of a newspaper on the poor service of our telecommunication providers.

4. Write a story that illustrates the saying “Once bitten, twice shy”

 

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ESSAY WRITING ANSWER [You can Edit with these No 4]

4. ONCE BITTEN, TWICE SHY
At this point, I can hardly remember the
thoughts I had or the emotions I felt. Honestly it
hasn’t been that long, but apparently enough
time has passed to make it all easily forgettable.
Except now, when I’m standing lonesome
against a willow tree, those feelings fall heavily
in my mind. It had lurked somewhere deep within
a place unknown, a place where I had never
thought to look. Perhaps I hoped what I felt back
then would disappear, along with the memories
that accompanied those days. Back when the
word “love” was used all too freely and I, young
and naïve, dreamt of the truest of loves. Yes, it
was such a long time ago.
In a crowd of familiar faces, only one in
particular stuck out. He had broad, gentle
features and a strong jaw with thin lips curved
upward in a haughty smile. His eyes were a
clouded blue that sought into my soul. A certain
softness rested among those mystical orbs that
seemed to sparkle dangerously as if they knew
secrets you didn’t. For me, I was captivated with
just a glance and I found myself wanting
desperately to know what secrets they held. Was
it so wrong of me to want to know more than I
should? Now I understand how mistaken I was.
The mistake came with a heavy price. Without
realizing what that would be, all too eagerly I
accepted its terms and gave in to the forbidden
temptation.
I admit my actions were sudden, too soon to be
risking chances with such high stakes. I was a
fool overwhelmingly hypnotized by the thought of
desire and lust. A false love that was never
meant to be and for what seems to be forever
ends swiftly. Had I kept a clear head, I might
have held a better fight. Who knows I may have
escaped this misery had I opened my eyes and
saw the flaws to my perfect dream. To become
infatuate is like to be addicted to drugs or
alcohol. Love, booze, whatever the substance all
of it poisons you from the inside out. You lose
yourself and the ability of reasoning until you’re
entirely captured in a prison of artificial
perfection. Yet every time the opportunity of
freedom passes by you convince yourself to
ignore the doubt. Leaving you waiting for them
to come through and surprise you, knowing
already they won’t. In the end you lose the
argument with yourself that they’re no good for
you.
There is nothing left for me to cry over. I have
moved on and in a way erased the pain of
betrayal from my slate, but I am still left in an
emotional wreck. If nothing else, he left me with
a stone heart that is loveless if not beloved. The
forgiving nature I owned is still there, I can feel
the tender caress of love unfading. Something
inside me did break whilst another grew in its
place. I have not changed and I have not lost, I
am still struggling in this war of love. My eyes
are opened now as I take a step forward in life.
It is guaranteed I will fall again, but I assure you
I will rise higher each time. For I am me, there is
no other who is once bitten and twice shy.

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(5a)
Each fighter had to go back and gather momentum for a head-to-head collision

(5b)
(i) He aimed to improve his action after a few heads on collision by kicking his uncle in his chin frightfully

(ii) Makenda prevented this by rotating his clenched right hand aloft.

(5c)
(i) To grab Makenda and throw him down.
(ii) He was beaten black and blue by his uncle who threw his back to his dust.
(iii) Because Makenda was stronger, cooler and Older than him.

(5d)
(i) Nothing
(ii) She would have killed Mekanda

(5e)
(i) Simile
(ii) It means Like an outdated or useless tool

(5f)
(i) Adjectival clause
(ii) It qualifies the noun “chairs”

(5g)
(i) hurled – threw
(ii) Merely – Barely
(iii) Ex-jailbird – Ex-convict
(iv) Scared – Frightened
(v) Effort – Attempt

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(6a)
(i) By waking up early in the morning, having a good bath and exercising
(ii) By eating good food to enjoy health and energy benefits

(6b)
(i) By eating nutritional and good food for the body
(ii) By drinking sufficient water after every meal
(iii) By sleeping well and at the right time
(iv) By engaging in any kind of exercise to keep you fit and maintain weight to healthy level

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