Waec English Language 2024 Expo Answer


Welcome to “Naijaclass Academy” For Waec English Language 2024 Expo Answer

Date: Wednesday, 15th May, 2024
English Language (Essay & Objective) 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
English Language  (Test of Orals) 2:00 pm. – 2:45 pm

 

ENGLISH-Obj
01-10: BADDCBDACB
11-20: DCABCABCAA
21-30: BACDCBBBDA
31-40: BCDCDDDCAD
41-50: BCBDBABABB
51-60: ACCBDBBBBC
61-70: CDBCDCBDBC
71-80: CBDBACABAC

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ORAL ENGLISH
1-10: BAACBBDDDC
11-20: DACACDCBCC
21-30: DACDADCACD
31-40: CAACBBCCBB
41-50: ACBCAABACC
51-60: AAACACCDCC

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NUMBER 4

Graceville High School,
Asaba, Delta State.
15 May, 2024.

Dear Joel,

I hope this letter finds you well. I know that you’re feeling anxious about your upcoming exams, and I want you to know that I’m here to support you. Please remember that it’s completely normal to feel nervous before an examination. It’s a natural response to a challenging situation. However, I want to share some tips that have helped me and many others manage examination jitters.

First, prepare thoroughly: Make a study plan and stick to it. The more prepared you are, the less likely you’ll feel overwhelmed. Reaching out for help to your school mates who are better in some areas of a given subject also helps to speed up learning.

Secondly, you need to practice relaxation techniques and get enough sleep: Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep before the exam to help improve focus and concentration. I remember I almost failed a subject last term because I stayed awake all night trying to read the previous subject. You must also take regular breaks to help reduce stress and improve focus.

Thirdly, Stay positive: Encourage positive self-talk and remind yourself of your past successes. You were once very sound while I was still with you, and sometimes I wonder if at any point you had changed the quality of the friends you keep – but that’s a discussion for another. You would also need to reframe your thinking. View the exam as an opportunity to showcase your knowledge and skills, rather than a source of fear.

Remember, it’s important to focus on the present moment and what you can control. Instead of worrying about the outcome, focus on your preparation and the steps you’re taking to succeed. You’ve got this! You’re capable and prepared. Go out there and show yourself what you’re capable of.

If you ever need to talk or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m here for you.

Best regards,
John.

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(6a)
The writer’s plans for his son was to be beat in his class.

(6b)
The writer’s was dissatisfied with his son’s performance because his son was not just trying hard enough

(6ci)
The writer had a broken home

(6cii)
The writer was maltreated by his step mother

(6d)
The writer was optimistic about life

(6ei)
The writer enrolled his children in one of the best school

(6eii)
The writer gave his children proper upbringing

(6fi)
Noun phrase

(6fii)
It modifies the verb phrase “had spared”

(6g)
Metaphor

(6h)
(i) destroyed, truncated
(ii) Elaborately, flamboyantly
(iii) Well known, famous, renowned, prominent
(iv) Originated, came, pooped up
(v)Well trained, properly brought up, well raised
(vi) Thinking, reliving

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(7a) -Girls often outnumber boys in classrooms.

-The female students tend to perform better academically than their male counterparts

-The male students exhibit higher rates of truancy, leading to a decline in their academic performance.

(7b)
-Most apex positions in the industries and other perastatals are occupied by women.

-It makes women feel more proud than is expected.

-It results to contentions and misunderstandings between educationally mediocre husbands and well educated wives.

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Section C

The passage discusses the shift in focus towards girls’ education and the declining performance of boys in academics. It highlights the success of campaigns for educating the girl-child and the need to pay more attention to the education of boys. The writer suggests that girls are excelling in academics, often outperforming boys in various settings. The passage also mentions a scenario where female students are performing better than male students. This trend underscores the importance of addressing the decline in boys’ education to prevent negative consequences for both genders and society as a whole.

 


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  1. Please text your wonderful Answers on English language to me 15th May 2024 before the examination time.

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