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2020 WAEC English Language Questions and Answers
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SECTION A
Answer one question only from this section All questions carry equal marks Your are should not be less than 450 words you are advised to spend about 50 minutes on this section

1. Your brother who is in the third year in another school has written to confide in you that he is shot stop schooling and go into business. Write a letter to him advising him against his decision

2. Write an article suitable for publication in a national newspaper on the topic: The Importance of Promoting Good Reading Habits in Students

3. As the Senior Prefect of your school, write a letter to the Principal pointing out at least two practices among students that should be discouraged and two habits that should be promoted among teachers,

4. New Principal has just been posted to your school. Write a speech you will deliver at the welcome party organised for him informing him about some problems faced by students.

5. Write a story that ends with the statement: I had never felt so embarrassed in my life

👑 2020 WAEC ENGLISH LANGUAGE ANSWERS👑

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(1)
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(2)
The Importance of Promoting Good Reading Habits in Students
It was Aldous Huxley, one of the greatest literary giants to ever come out of America that said; ‘’A man who knows how to read, has it in his power to expand his mind and increase the ways in which he thrives in the universe’’. Time and again, we have heard prominent educationists define curriculum (which is the sum total of the vehicle the school employs for education) as ‘’all planed and guided learning experiences, and intended learning outcomes, formulated through the construction of knowledge, under the auspices of the school, for the learners wilful and continuous growth in personal social competence’’.
Therefore the underlining keywords in a good schooling experience are; ‘’wilful and continuous growth’’. There can be no education without wilfulness, and true education is continuous, hence good reading habit is the most important skill a student must seek to imbibe while in school. A good reading habit opens students up to a world of infinite ideas. A highly remarkable anecdote of the effects of good reading habits on students can be found in the recounting of the Late professor Chinua Achebe, of his experience in Government College Umuahia, where he talked about a very useful law called the ‘’Textbook Act’’ imposed on them by the principal of the school.
Furthermore, the renowned author tells his readers that the act stipulated that on certain days of the week, students were to leave academic work and pick up literature works to read. Years later, the efficacy of that singular rule which encouraged reading, would be seen in the sort of alumni that went through Government College Umuahia, literary Amazons like; Wole Soyinka, J.P Clark, Christopher Okigbo, and a host of other intellectual power houses, who went on to achieve exceeding greatness in various fields.
Conclusively, the argument for good habit among students is one that has been won by decades of excellence in various fields, by men and women who embraced life-long learning. The school undoubtedly provides the convenient atmosphere for the development of a life-long reading culture. More so, as we noted earlier, the school curriculum is not achieved without the student demonstrating ‘’Personal and Social competence’’, this is especially useful in the professional life the students would live upon graduation in various fields. As we get immersed in the 21st Century, all field of endeavours are evolving, new knowledge and skills are replacing old ways of doing things. Good reading skill is therefore an indispensible tool for success in any given career, as a professional in any field is faced with the task of navigating a plethora of information and gain needful insights in order to remain relevant in his chosen profession.
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(6)
(a) She never informed her children of her intention to visit because she always expect them to be at home.

(b) Mama whiled away the hours on the by chatting with a fellow passenger with whom she had a common reason for visitation.

(6c)
(i)Mama couldn’t pay her taxi fare completely.
(ii)Mama couldn’t communicate well with the new watchman due to language barrier.

(6d) The taxi driver left with one of mama’s bags because she avoid him.

(6e) Mama will never forget what she had for dinner because that wasn’t the kind of food she eats when she visits her daughter.

(6f)
(i) Noun clause
(ii) function as object complement to the word “passenger”

(6g) “… Seemed like an eternity…” Means it took a long time.

(6h) Mama learnt to always call before visiting

(6i)
(i) unimaginable ==> Unlikely
(ii) heartily ==> Warmly
(iii) outrageous ==> shocking
(iv) numerous ==> many
(v) frantically ==> energetically
(vi) fraudulent ==> deceptive
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(7a)
(i) Forest provide trees which shield the soil from erosion.
(ii) Forest provide trees useful for building, construction and making of paper for books.
(iii) Human get food from the plants and animal of the forest.

(7b)
(i)Government must discourage cultivation of forests as farm land
(ii)Laws must be enacted to encourage planting of felled trees.
(iii) Campaigns and sensitization of the public on preservation.

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