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Tutorial English Questions For Jambites 2018

Discussion in 'Jamb' started by zedzed, Dec 20, 2017.

  1. zedzed

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    1. The word in capital letters has the emphatic stress. Choose the option to which the given sentences relates.

      Maiduguri is the CAPITAL of Borno state
      • What is the capital of Borno state?
      • Is Maiduguri a town in Borno state?
      • which state is Maiduguri the capital of?
      • is Maiduguri the capital of plateau state?
    2. Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      Though David’s condition is serious, his life is not in immediate danger.
      • hypertensive
      • dangerous
      • nasty
      • grave
    3. From the words lettered A to D, choose the word that has the same vowel sound as the one represented by the underlined letters or letters underlined.
      Done
      • sun
      • don
      • clown
      • dawn
    4. Choose the option that that best explains the information conveyed in the sentence.

      The politician’s inflammatory remarks were heavily criticized.
      • The politician' s provocative remarks were heavily critcized
      • The politician' s rude remarks were heavily criticized.
      • The politician' s bombastic remarks were heavily criticized.
      • The politician' s tribalistic remarks were heavily criticized.
    5. Choose the options opposite in meaning to the worse(s) or phrase in italics.

      In the latter part of his life, the famous soldier showed signs of youthfulness.
      • vitality
      • energy
      • senility
      • bravery
    6. Fill each gap with the most appropriate option from the list provided.

      All the traders in the market saw the woman buy ..…………. the imported suits
      • up
      • out
      • over
      • off
    7. Choose the options opposite in meaning to the worse(s) or phrase in italics.

      It is inconceivable that the rat devoured the cat.
      • contestable
      • credible
      • incomprehensible
      • unimaginable
    8. Choose the options nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      Teachers of music believe in its therapeutic effect.
      • rhythmic
      • sound
      • healing
      • lyrical
    9. Fill each gap with the most appropriate option from the list provided.

      I like the character that played the role of a political ………….at the last convention of our party.
      • turner coat
      • thorncoat
      • turncoat
      • turned coat
    10. Choose the option that best completes the gap(s).

      The continuous rain has really ………… the soil.
      • satiated
      • saturated
      • melted up
      • mopped up
    11. Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      the men were tardy in offering help.
      • slow
      • brave
      • generous
      • quick
    12. The word in capital letters has the emphatic stress. Choose the option that best fits the expression in the sentence.

      My UNCLE retired from the police

      • Did your brother retire from the police?
      • Did your sister resign from the police?
      • Did your uncle retire from the army?
      • Did your brother resign from the police?
    13. Choose the option opposite in meaning to the word or phrase in italics.

      Everyone’s condition was appalling.
      • simple
      • pleasant
      • complex
      • cloudy
    14. Choose the options nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      He is a stringer for a newspaper.



      • a financier of
      • a freelancer for
      • an editor of
      • a reporter for
    15. Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      My father was at the apogee of his career when he was retired.
      • terminal point
      • redundant stage
      • highest point
      • least productive stage
    16. Choose the option that has the same vowel sounds as the one represented by the letters underlined.

      Tear (noun)
      • here
      • wear
      • care
      • dare
    17. Caliph
      • powerful
      • perhaps
      • presently
      • powerful
    18. Choose the options nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      The manager made disparaging remarks about the retiring officer.



      • derogatory
      • parochial
      • rude
      • cynical
    19. Choose the option that best completes the gap(s).

      The house and The Senate will …………. at noon next Wednesday to hear a speacial address by the president.
      • collude
      • adjourn
      • convene
      • rise
    20. The writer uses ‘numbed sensitivity’ to refer to
      • objectionable behaviour
      • heartlessness on the part of actors
      • unreasonable violence
      • deadening of the capacity to feel
    21. Choose the options opposite in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      Her phlegmatic temperament endears her to her friends.


      • irritable
      • stoic
      • lively
      • cold
    22. Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      While the hooligans exchanged blows, we looked complacently.


      • dejectedly
      • sorrowfully
      • contentedly
      • questioningly
    23. Choose the option opposite in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      Civil engineering is predominantly a male profession.
      • essentially
      • generally
      • absolutely
      • seldom
    24. Choose the option that best explains the information conveyed in the sentences.

      Kunana is like a bear with a cosre head.


      • He is ugly
      • He is grumpy
      • He is a bully
      • He is quiet
    25. Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      The presence of the security men in the area will provide a moment of respite for the residents.
      • temporary relief
      • lasting security
      • enduring reprieve
      • soothing relaxation
    26. Identify the word that has the stress on the second syllable.
      • tomato
      • photograph
      • yesterday
      • tranquil
    27. Choose the option opposite in meaning to the word(s) or phrase in italics.

      The string was taut.
      • firm
      • stretched
      • loose
      • tight
    28. Choose the option that has the same consonant sound as the one represented by the letter(s) underlined.

      Epitaph
      • pneumonia
      • fan
      • psuedo
      • paper
    29. Choose the option that best explains the information conveyed in the sentences.

      My boss asked me to take my eye off the ball.


      • I should stay off football after sustaining an injury
      • I should be focus when I am about to stay off football
      • should stop paying attention to what is most important
      • I should be focus when playing football
    30. Choose the options opposite in meaning to the worse(s) or phrase in italics.

      In his naivety, he believed all the stories his friend told him.
      • stupidity
      • friendliness
      • artlessness
      • incredulity
     
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