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Read the following passages carefully and answer the question that follows.
The best acceptable definition of history is that it is a record of the past actions of mankind, based on surviving evidence. It is this evidence that the historian employs to chronicle and correlate events, by which he arrives at conclusions that he believes to be valid. Hence, the historian is referred to as an interpreter of the development of mankind.
It should be understood that there is more than one way of treating the past. For example, in trying to deal with the revolutions in Nigeria, past and present, the historian may describe the events in narrative order. Or, he may choose to concentrate on the analysis of the general causes, comparing their stages of evolution with the patterns of revolution in other countries.
The historian does not seek to attain the same kind of results as the scientist, who can verify his conclusions by repeating his experiment under controlled conditions. Whilst he also attempts to classify the phenomena, the historian is more likely to consider events in terms of their uniqueness.
Added to this is the fact that history is concerned, fundamentally, with the lives and actions of men, and as such, the historian’s search for causes is bound to be relatively subjective as compared to that of the scientist. In essence, however, historians are agreed and insist that history should be written as scientifically as possible and that the evidence should be analyzed with the same objective attitude employed by the scientist when he examines certain phenomena of nature.
- History could be defined as (a) a record of the evolution of a country (b) a record of the development of mankind (b) a record of the present actions of mankind based on surviving evidence (d) a record of the past action of mankind based on surviving evidence.
- According to the passage, one of the duties of a historian is (a) to predict the future (b) to analyze the past and future (c) to explain the significance of past events (d) to interpret the development of mankind
- How can history be scientifically recorded? (a) by examining available evidence and analyzing unusual occurrences (b) by falsifying and fabricating available facts (c) by speculating on what was and ought to have been (d) by concealing some of the evidence.
- The scientist tends to be more reliable than a historian because (a) he works in a laboratory (b) he is better
qualified (c) he can crosscheck his results several times (d) he has more time to work at his experiments.
- According to the passage, a historian should try to examine a material (a) scientifically (b) subjectively (c) accurately (d) objectively.
From the apex of the Niger Delta southwards, dry land, overgrown with dense forests still virginal in various spots, gives way to seasonally inundated zones. Here, sweet water swamps with strands of raffia palms gradually merge into tidal swamps of brackish ooze, where mud skippers thrive under the arching roots of mangroves. The Niger, fingering through a thousand creeks, meets the sea in a dozen estuaries. Strong River currents drifts and mud across the mouths of the rivers, sealing them again and again to navigation.
- According to the passage, how would you describe a seasonally inundated zone? (a) a zone always covered with mud (b) a zone always covered with shallow water (c) a zone underwater at certain times of the year (d) a zone subject to heavy rain every season.
- What is brackish ooze? (a) a strong river current (b) a mixture of fresh water and mud (c) a mixture of fresh water and salt water (d) fresh and clear water
- Where do mudskippers thrive? (a) in the creeks (b) in the swamps (c) in the mangroves (d) in the roots
- Where does the Niger meet the sea? (a) in the creeks (b) in the Delta (c) in the swamps (d) in the forest
- ‘Fingering through’ as used in the passage means (a) cutting across (b) passing through (c) cutting between (d) passing between
Lexis and Structure
In each of the following sentences, there is one word underlined and one gap. From the list of words lettered (a)-(e), choose the word that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the word underlined and which will appropriately fill the gap in the sentence. (11-15).
- She was a very proficient hairdresser but had little aptitude for sewing in which she was… (a) new (b) unskilled (c) unlearned (d) ignorant (e) awkward
- A metal will expand when it is heated and….. when it cools (a) shorten (b) lesser (c) contract (d) congeal (e) curtail
- Athletes wishing to get rid of their… and get more energy should take more exercise (a) fat (b) oxygen (c) lethargy (d) trainers (e) espots
- If you do not accept the offer of a job in the secretariat within the next one week, we shall assume you have… it. (a) denied (b) refused (c) deprived (d) left (e) lost
- The political aspirant asked the villagers to support him and not to… his authority in anyway (a) deny (b) undermine (c) defy (d) despite (e) attack
From the list of words lettered a-e below each of the following sentences, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word, as it is used in the sentence (Nos. 16-20).
- After finishing the 800 metres race, he fell asleep from exhaustion (a) weakness (b) fatigue (c) overwork (d) eagerness (e) sloth
- The footballers went back to their camp sullenly (a) cheekily (b) quickly (c) stubbornly (d) resentfully (e) silently
- After Warri, on our way to Benin, we passed through a dense forest (a) crowded (b) close (c) thick (d) heavy (e) wooded
- Last night there was a very fierce rain storm (a) raging (b) storming (c) angry (d) violent (e) ferocious
- The examiners said that the candidate’s performance in the examination was not good enough (a) failure (b) achievement (c) E-marks (d) presentation (e) marks
In each of the following question, fill each gap with the appropriate option from the list. Following exercises express different times by using different tenses. From the options suggested, choose any one that best suits each context
- The editor was not happy that the Nigeria press was hemmed… (a) up (b) across (c) in (d) over (e) sideway
- More… to your elbow as you campaign for press freedom! (a) energy (b) power (c) effort (d) grease (e) kinetic
- A child that shows mature characteristics at an early age may be descried as… (a) precocious (b) ingenious (c) premature (d) preconceived
- That is a very terrible woman; everyday she makes a lot of noise about one thing or the other. I’m not surprised, that’s what her sisters… too (a) are used to doing (b) do (c) always used to do (e) are doing
- Sir, I’m not lying about the matter, I know nothing of it. If I knew, (a) I must tell you (b) I can tell you (c) I would tell you (d) I shall tell you.
ANSWERS TO THESE ENGLISH LANGUAGE QUESTIONS
1.D 2.D 3.A 4.C 5.D 6.B 7.C 8.C 9.A 10.A 11.B 12.C 13A 14E 15.D 16.B 17.E 18.C 19.D 20.E 21.C 22.B 23.A 24.B 25.C
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