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Literature In English Study Centre for JAMB, WAEC and NECO


Literature in English is the study of literature written in the English language. Literature, in its broadest sense, is any single body of written works. This study centre is designed to help you become a better literature student.



Past Questions (126) - Page 1

Question 1

Read the extract and answer the questionYou cram these words into mine ears against The stomach of my sense. Would I had never Married my daughter there! For, coming thence,My son is lost, and, in my rate, she too,(Act II, Scene One, lines 99 - 102)The speaker is

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Question 2

Read the extract and answer the questionYou cram these words into mine ears against The stomach of my sense. Would I had never Married my daughter there! For, coming thence,My son is lost, and, in my rate, she too,(Act II, Scene One, lines 99 - 102)"These words" refer to

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Question 3

Read the extract and answer the questionYou cram these words into mine ears against The stomach of my sense. Would I had never Married my daughter there! For, coming thence,My son is lost, and, in my rate, she too,(Act II, Scene One, lines 99 - 102)Where did the wedding take place?

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Question 4

Read the extract and answer the questionYou cram these words into mine ears against The stomach of my sense. Would I had never Married my daughter there! For, coming thence,My son is lost, and, in my rate, she too,(Act II, Scene One, lines 99 - 102)The setting is

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Question 5

Read the extract and answer the questionYou cram these words into mine ears against The stomach of my sense. Would I had never Married my daughter there! For, coming thence,My son is lost, and, in my rate, she too,(Act II, Scene One, lines 99 - 102)".......in my rate" means

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Question 6

Read the extract and answer the questionAriel: All hail, great master! Grave sir, hali ! I comeTo answer the best pleasure; be't to fly,To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideOn the curled clouds, to thy strong bidding task Ariel and all his quality.(Act I Scene Two, lines 189 - 193)Ariel has 'come' because

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Question 7

Read the extract and answer the questionAriel: All hail, great master! Grave sir, hali ! I comeTo answer the best pleasure; be't to fly,To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideOn the curled clouds, to thy strong bidding task Ariel and all his quality.(Act I Scene Two, lines 189 - 193)Prospero has actually

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Question 8

Read the extract and answer the questionAriel: All hail, great master! Grave sir, hali ! I comeTo answer the best pleasure; be't to fly,To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideOn the curled clouds, to thy strong bidding task Ariel and all his quality.(Act I Scene Two, lines 189 - 193)Before Ariel's entry

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Question 9

Read the extract and answer the questionAriel: All hail, great master! Grave sir, hali ! I comeTo answer the best pleasure; be't to fly,To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideOn the curled clouds, to thy strong bidding task Ariel and all his quality.(Act I Scene Two, lines 189 - 193)'Ariel and all his quality' means Ariel and

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Question 10

Read the extract and answer the questionAriel: All hail, great master! Grave sir, hali ! I comeTo answer the best pleasure; be't to fly,To swim, to dive into the fire, to rideOn the curled clouds, to thy strong bidding task Ariel and all his quality.(Act I Scene Two, lines 189 - 193)Soon after, Ariel

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Question 11

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)"we two" are

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Question 12

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)X and Y are

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Question 13

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)X and Y are

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Question 14

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)The situation in the extract is highly

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Question 15

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)What has happened to all the other characters in the scene?

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Question 16

Read the extract and answer the questionX: We two, my lord.Will guard your person while you take take your rest,And watch your safety.Y: Thank you - Wondrous heavy .(Act II, Scene One, lines 184 - 187)The "two" later plot to

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Question 17

This question is based on Ferdinand Oyono's The Old Man and the Medal ''We are here to die of rage! say die of rage because this time the uncircumcised have gone too far....''The word uncircumcised in the statement above by Nti refers to

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Question 18

This question is based on Ferdinand Oyono's The Old Man and the Medal.The only two sons of Meka die fighting for

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Question 19

This question is based on Ferdinand Oyono's The Old Man and the Medal.In the novel, Africanness is achieved in both

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Question 20

This question is based on Buchi Emecheta's The Joys of Motherhood.What prompts Nnu Ego to run to the effigy of her Chi is that

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