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WAEC GCE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ANSWERS

English Language 2 (Essay)

English Language 1 (Objective)

9:30am – 11:30am

11:30am – 12:30pm

SECTION A
ESSAY

(5)
Once bitten twice shy is a great, and fairly common saying. It is an idiom that means if somebody is said to be once bitten twice shy, it means that a person who has been hurt, or who has had something happen to them that was life-changing in a not so desirable way then they will be far more careful the next time around. I think everyone has experienced situations such as this. Whether it be a deal you made where you ended up getting cheated out of some money, or a time when you got your heart broken by someone you thought would never hurt you.

Either way it happens and makes a person leery of trusting others for a long while, if ever again. As a small business owner I have experienced many situations in which I was the target of somebody trying to pull the wool over my eyes, and/or screw me out of some money. At one point in time a few years ago, I had a small crew of people working on a job for me in Rolla Mo. while myself and another crew member were working on a different job in St. Robert.

I trusted the crew members that I left alone without supervision because they were all hard and honest workers, at least I thought they were. I had been leaving this crew on the Rolla job for about two weeks with very little supervision from myself. The only time I really stopped by there was to drop off more material, and take a quick look around at the work they were doing and all was well. That is until I got a call one afternoon from the contractor that I was doing this job for.

The call started with me getting an ass chewing like I had never had before, and caught me totally off guard. After some time on the phone with this man I kind of figured out what was going on. It seems one of my crew members that I had been leaving alone on the job for a while was planning to screw me over. They had been sabotaging my job in hopes that they would be able to show the contractor the shoddy work that was going on behind his back so that he would fire me and hopefully hire them to replace me.

Well, luckily I had known the contractor for years and after some smooth talking I convinced him that I would finish the job personally and fire the member of my crew that caused these problems. So, the plan backfired for the sneaky crew member. Not only did they not get hired by the contractor, but they lost the steady job they already had. Even though this situation didn’t turn out all that badly for me, it still caused me some friction with the contractor, and caused me to never have the same level of trust in my employees ever again.

SOLVED BY ACS TEAM

SECTION B
COMPREHENSION

(6a) A good teacher knows his subjects, the problem of his students and how to solve or teach the students

(6b) A teacher may face oversize classes and irresponsible students.

(6c) people should be thankful for the voluminous work done by teachers despite the little salaries

(6d) his reward is far less than his reward

(6e) the writers attitudes is admiration commendation

(6f) metaphor
It means that teaching job is tedious

(6g) it is noun clause
It function as the subject of the sentence

(6h)
Motivate – Reinforces
Passion – Love
Draw back – Challenge
Commendation – appraisal
Prestigious – Famous

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SECTION C
SUMMARY

(7a) Exercise during pregnancy leads to better pregnancy outcome..

(7b) Excessing during pregnancy regulates the Wight of the baby

(7c) – Excessing relieves backaches

(a) A good teacher knows his subjects, the problem of his students and how to solve or teach the students

(b) A teacher may face oversize classes and irresponsible students.

(c) people should be thankful for the voluminous work done by teachers despite the little salaries

(f) metaphor
It means that teaching job is tedious

(g) it is noun clause
It function as the subject of the sentence

SECTION A
ESSAY

(5)

Once Bitten Twice Shy

“Once bitten twice shy” is an old adage. In my case, it became a literal truth.
I was very mischievous as a young boy. I enjoyed playing pranks and practical jokes on people. I also liked to chase cats and used a handmade catapult to shoot at birds on the trees. My parents did not approve of my behavior and constantly berated me for the mischief I caused. I was even given a good thrashing from my father from time to time. But I did not mend my ways until this incident.

I had just finished lunch at home and I was feeling very bored. My brothers and sisters, all of them older than I, had not returned home from school. I decided to walk around the neighborhood and I brought my trusty catapult with me.

Soon, I came to Mr. Lingam’s house. His pet dog, a giant Schnauzer, was tied to a post outside his house. I looked around and saw that no one was in sight. I decided to make good use o my catapult and picked a few small pebbles from the ground and aimed at the dog. A few of the pebbles hit the poor dog and it began to howl and help in pain. Eventually, the dog’s anger was aroused and it began growling and barking fiercely at me while it strained against the ropes to free itself. I laughed at the dog, feeling amused by my sadistic deed.

Suddenly, the rope that secured the dog snapped and the dog was free from its bonds. With a few powerful strides the dog was on me. Its teeth sank into the flesh of my calf. I screamed in pain and fright and fell to the ground.

Luckily, my screams brought Mr. Lingam running out of the house and he managed to free the dog’s teeth from my calf. He brought the dog into his house and quickly brought me to the clinic. The doctor gave me an injection and dressed the wound.

I related the incident to the doctor and Mr. Lingam. The doctor chided me for being cruel to a helpless animal and asked me to be kind and considerate to all creatures in future.

I learnt my lesson that day. I have since stopped playing pranks and being cruel to helpless creatures.

SOLVED BY ACS TEAM

ENGLISH oral OBJ
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English obj

ENGLISH OBJ
01-10: BAACDBADBC
31-40: DADCAACBAC
11-20: DCAABABCDC
21-30: DBADDBCCCC
41-50: CBDBBDBADC
51-60: BADCCADCDA
61-70: AACBDAABCA
71-80: CACBCDCABD

English Language 3 (Test of Orals)**/****

2:00pm – 2:45pm

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ORAL ENGLISH
01-10: BAACDABBAA
11-20: CADABBABAC
21-30: BBADCCCDAB
31-40: CBBDACBADD
41-50: BBACADBADB

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