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Question 3271 | Christian Religious Knowledge Past Questions

The answer should be C
Idolatry
Hosea was a prophet of love and who emphasised on Israel unfaithfulness to God
The most suitable answer is C

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Question 3303 | Christian Religious Knowledge Past Questions

The answer should be B- SUFFERING
Read 1Peter 4:12-19

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Question 5140 | English Language Past Questions

All we need are dedicated teachers

Because the ''teachers'' is plural, are is correct. If the subject was in its singular terms, ''is'' would be used


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Question 5027 | English Language Past Questions

cultivate; prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening.

One should cultivate the land very well if one expects a bumper harvest


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Question 4915 | English Language Past Questions

sycophants; a person who acts obsequiously towards someone important in order to gain advantage. Flatterers, praise-singers

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Question 4890 | English Language Past Questions

Broke down means to fail to function; cease to be useful, effective

Since the opposing parties could not come to an agreement, the peace talks broke down


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Question 4883 | English Language Past Questions

“In bed” means that you are not just on your bed but also very much ready to sleep. It implies that you are under under the sheets.

"On the bed" means "on the surface" of the bed. The person or object is not under any covering. With "on," there is always an article, or a possessive, or other determiner. "On" never appears alone with "bed."


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Question 4867 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is B
PUT OFF

to delay or move an activity to a later time, or to stop or prevent someone from doing something: The meeting has been put off for a week. He keeps asking me out, and I keep putting him off.


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Question 4823 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer should be A

Says is sez
End is end


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Question 4819 | English Language Past Questions

The answer is D
bull; /bʊl/

stood; /stʊd/


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Question 4805 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is D Batch as Batch and Choose share the same sound which is tʃ

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Question 4804 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is C Quiet as quiet and was share the same consonant which is W

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Question 4791 | English Language Past Questions

The syllable stressed is GEN .
Hence the answer is A

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Question 4786 | English Language Past Questions

The answer is D
Option A B and C have their stress on the second syllable while only D has its stress in the first syllable

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Question 4785 | English Language Past Questions

/'k3:nl/ = colonel
/ru:'ti:n/ = routine
/kĕ'naıv/ = connive
/bĕ'lu:n/ = balloon

The answer is A as only Colonel has its stress on the first syllable.


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Question 4701 | English Language Past Questions

Editors-in-Chief; the principal editor of a publication, responsible for managing editorial policies and the production of content.

The plural form of editor in chief is editors in chief.


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Question 4671 | English Language Past Questions

If someone or something is under siege, they are being severely criticized or put under a great deal of pressure.
The guy'll think he's under siege.

The answer is C


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Question 4657 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is A- Wiser

None the wiser means
not understand something, even though it has been explained.


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Question 4653 | English Language Past Questions

to be beside yourself means to be feeling so angry, excited etc that you find it difficult to control yourself

Example :

The poor girl was almost beside herself.
Mom and Dad will be beside themselves with worry


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Question 7005 | English Language Past Questions

criticism
/ˈkrɪtɪsɪz(ə)m/

The answer is D


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Question 7003 | English Language Past Questions

democracy
/dɪˈmɒkrəsi/

The answer is C


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Question 7010 | English Language Past Questions

agriculture
/ˈaɡrɪkʌltʃə/

The answer is B


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Question 4646 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer should be C - Were

Were is used when the sentence is a wishing and unrealistic sentences.

The sentence means if he were here, he would do it free but unfortunately he isn’t here.

It indicates a wishing and unrealistic sentence.

Meanwhile was is used for sentences with facts.


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Question 4631 | English Language Past Questions

Censured means to be castigated, reprimanded, condemned.
The direct antonyms is praised

Hence the answer should be B


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Question 4629 | English Language Past Questions

Everyone is singular, hence the verb also has to be in a singular form.
The answer seems.

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Question 4617 | English Language Past Questions

the question is public money should be used for .................purposes
a. legitimate
b. discreet
c.legal
d. executive

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Question 7075 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is C.
the final performance or activity of a person's career

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Question 4596 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer should be Independence.
Right means an entitlement to something.
In this sentence, Olu wants independence to choose his career. Which means he doesn’t want any interference from anyone with choosing his career.
Also Independence is a direct synonym of freedom. While right isn’t .

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Question 7235 | English Language Past Questions

Very nearly means means almost.

Example He very nearly died.


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Question 7229 | English Language Past Questions

When a meeting or gathering breaks up or when someone breaks it up, it is brought to an end and the people involved in it leave.

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Question 7256 | English Language Past Questions

''would have been'' is a perfect continuous conditional tense.

When you see "would have been" in a sentence it means that the action didn't actually happen, because something else didn't happen first.


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Question 7355 | English Language Past Questions

The answer should be B- Appealing.
Since the managers welcome was warm and inviting. That means the services were warm and inviting.

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Question 7358 | English Language Past Questions

You fill in a form or document.
The answer should be C - Fill in

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Question 8158 | English Language Past Questions

Feel bitter anguish, grief, worry, jealousy, or another strong negative emotion. For example, She is still eating her heart out over being fired, or Eat your heart out—my new car is being delivered today. This hyperbolic expression alludes to strong feelings gnawing at one's heart.

The answer should be D : Fuming about


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Question 8180 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer is D- Dissolved.
Adjourned can’t be the answer because all the items in the agenda has been concluded. There is therefore no reason why to post pone (adjourn) the meeting.

Dissolved means to finish, terminate, end, discontinue.

Answer is D


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Question 8572 | English Language Past Questions

Without turning her hair means without showing any emotion like fear or upset. The answer is B


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Question 1981 | English Language Past Questions

The correct answer here is E
Boys who parents had little money and could not attend big schools like Achimota went to St Alban's College.