2024 WAEC English (Essay, OBJ & Oral) Answers [15th May]
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Wednesday, 15th May, 2024
English Language 2 (Essay) – 09:30am – 11:30am
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A. 2024 WAEC ENGLISH THEORY (ESSAY) ANSWERS:

ENGLISH ESSAY WRITING

(NUMBER 1)
[Version 1]


Kings High School,
Ikeja, Lagos State.
P.M.B, 22245.
15th May, 2024

The Chairman,
Old Students' Association,
Kings's High School,
Ikeja, Lagos State.


Dear Sir,


APPRECIATION FOR THE NEW SCHOOL HALL AND APPEAL FOR ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
On behalf of the entire student body and staff, I extend my sincerest gratitude for the magnificent ultra-modern hall your association has graciously donated to our school. This exceptional gesture has not only enhanced our school's infrastructure but also boosted our morale and sense of community. The new hall has provided a state-of-the-art facility for our gatherings, events, and activities, and we are deeply thankful for your kindness and generosity.
However, as we celebrate this remarkable achievement, I respectfully bring to your attention three critical areas that require your continued support. Firstly, in upgrading our Information and Communications Technology (ICT) facilities to ensure we remain digitally competitive. Our current ICT infrastructure is outdated, and we urgently need modern computers, software, and internet connectivity to keep pace with the rapidly evolving technological landscape. Your support in this area would greatly enhance our academic performance and prepare us for the challenges of the digital age.
In addition, we require your assistance in renovating our sports facilities to promote a healthy and active lifestyle among students. Our sports facilities are in a deplorable state, and we need modern equipment, surfaces, and infrastructure to encourage students to engage in physical activities, develop their talents, and maintain their physical and mental well-being. Your support in this area would not only improve our physical health but also foster teamwork, discipline, and school spirit.
Thirdly, we need your support in establishing a functional guidance and counseling unit to support students' emotional and academic well-being. Our school lacks a dedicated guidance and counseling department, and many students struggle with academic and personal issues without adequate support. Your assistance in establishing a guidance and counseling unit would provide students with the necessary resources and support to navigate their academic and personal challenges, and ensure their overall well-being.
Furthermore, we believe that your continued support and partnership are crucial to our academic success and personal growth. Your association has been a pillar of strength and support to our school, and we appreciate your unwavering commitment to our progress. We eagerly anticipate your continued partnership in shaping our academic journey and molding us into responsible citizens of Nigeria.
Once again, we express our heartfelt gratitude for your kindness and generosity. Your donation of the ultra-modern hall has brought joy and excitement to our school community, and we are deeply thankful for your contribution to our academic and personal growth. Thank you once again for your kindness and generosity.


Yours sincerely,

[YOUR SIGNATURE]
Igwe Emeka
Senior Prefect, Kings High School.

(5)
The vibrant colors of the evening sky began to fade as the sun set over the busy city of Lagos. Adamu, a young university student, finished his work at the local bookstore and began his journey home. He lived in a modest apartment in the Yaba district, a place known for its lively streets and close-knit community.

Adamu was a diligent student, always balancing his studies with part-time jobs to support his education. Tonight, he felt a sense of relief as he walked home, looking forward to a quiet evening of studying and a good night's sleep. His final exams were just around the corner, and he needed all the rest he could get.

As he made his way through the crowded streets, he passed by vendors closing up their stalls for the night. The smell of roasted corn and suya filled the air, mingling with the distant sounds of music and laughter from nearby homes. Adamu waved to Mrs. Adebayo, an elderly woman who sold fruits at the corner of his street. She greeted him warmly, as she did every evening.

"Good evening, Adamu. How was your day?" she asked with a smile.

"Good evening, Mama Adebayo. It was fine, thank you," Adamu replied. "How is your family?"

"They are well, thank you. Study hard, my son. Your exams are important," she advised, patting his shoulder.

Adamu nodded gratefully and continued on his way. He turned down a narrow alley that served as a shortcut to his apartment. The alley was usually quiet, and Adamu often enjoyed the brief moment of solitude it provided.

However, tonight felt different. The air was unusually still, and a chill ran down his spine as he walked. He quickened his pace, eager to reach the safety of his home. Suddenly, he heard footsteps behind him. At first, he dismissed it, thinking it was just another resident heading home. But the footsteps grew louder, closer.

Adamu's heart began to race. He glanced over his shoulder and saw two figures approaching quickly. Panic surged through him. He broke into a run, but the men were faster. They caught up to him just as he reached the end of the alley.

"Where do you think you're going?" one of them snarled, grabbing Adamu by the arm. The other man pulled out a knife, its blade glinting menacingly in the dim light.

"Please, I don't want any trouble," Adamu said, trying to keep his voice steady.

"Give us your bag and phone," the man with the knife demanded.

Adamu's mind raced. He reluctantly handed over his bag and phone, hoping that would be the end of it. But the men weren't satisfied. They shoved him against the wall and began to search his pockets, taking what little money he had left.

"Next time, be careful where you walk," the first man warned before they disappeared into the night.

Shaken and bruised, Adamu stumbled out of the alley and into the street. His heart was still pounding, and tears of frustration and fear welled up in his eyes. He made his way to his apartment, where his neighbor, Mr. Okeke, saw him and rushed over.

"Adamu! What happened to you?" Mr. Okeke asked, concern etched on his face.

"I was robbed," Adamu managed to say, his voice trembling.

Mr. Okeke helped him inside and called the police. Adamu's friends and family soon arrived, offering comfort and support. As he recounted the terrifying experience, he realized how lucky he was to have escaped with his life.

That night, as he lay in bed, the events replayed in his mind. Lagos, a city he had always found vibrant and full of life, now seemed more dangerous and unpredictable. He had learned a harsh lesson about the realities of life in the city.

I was mistaken to have thought the night would be like every other peaceful night, Adamu thought, as he drifted into an uneasy sleep, vowing to be more cautious in the future.

ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

(6a)
He planned to give him an exceptional celebration if he comes first in the class.

(6b)
His son had consistently taken tenth position in the class

(6c)
His parents separated, hence he got ill treated from his foster mother. He had to do extensive labour in his father's farm in other to get money to pay his school fees

(6d)
He is resilient and refused settling for less.

(6e)
-They attend one of the best schools
-Enough money was spent on the party.

(6f)
(i) Noun phrase
(ii) It serves as the object of the verb "had spared"

(6g)
Metaphor

(6h)
(i) scuttled - ruined
(ii) ostentatiously - extravagantly
(iii) reputable - renowned
(iv) sprang - arose
(v) well-groomed - well-trained
(vi) reminiscences - recollections

ENGLISH SUMMARY

(7a)
-Girls often outnumber boys in classrooms.

-The female students tend to perform better academically than their male counterparts

-The male students exhibit higher rates of truancy, leading to a decline in their academic performance.

(7b)
-Most apex positions in the industries and other parastatals are occupied by women.

-It makes women feel more proud than is expected.
 
-It results to contentions and misunderstandings between educationally mediocre husbands and well educated wives.
 

B. 2024 WAEC ENGLISH LANGUAGE OBJECTIVES (OBJ) ANSWERS:

1-10: BADDCBAACD
11-20: DCABBABCAA
21-30: DACDCBBBDA
31-40: BCCADDDCAD
41-50: BCBABABABB
51-60: ACCBDBBBBC
61-70: CDBADCBDCC
71-80: CADBACCBBC
 
 

C. 2024 WAEC ENGLISH LANGUAGE ORAL ANSWERS

1-10: BAACBBDDDC
11-20: DACACDCBCC
21-30: DACDADCACD
31-40: CAACBBCCBB
41-50: ACBCAABACC
51-60: AAACACCDCC
 

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