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UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 26)

Section A: English Read passage 1 and answer the questions that follow: When we survey all know human societies, we find everywhere a form of the family, some set of permanent arrangement by which males assist females in caring for children while they are young. The distinctively human aspect of.the enterprise lies not in the […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 25)

In questions 21-25 choose among the option the one that has the opposite meaning to the word or group of words underlined in the sentence to fill the missing. word(s). 21. One would have expected the students to take to consultation with the school authorities instead of resorting to_______(a) mediation (b) confrontation (c)arbitration (d) exultationRight […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 24)

Over the years, time series forecasting has been in existence to make, timely decision in the face of uncertainty about the future. The making of forecast is an essential aspect of our life. Basically, forecasting works on the premise that if we can predict the future. we can modify our behaviors or the behavior of […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 23)

Read the following passage and answer the questions that follows it Whenever I told people that I was going to the psychiatric Hospital, Yaba in Lagos, many of them looked at my face with some kind of suspicion or sympathy. At least that was the message that I read from their faces’ . I understood […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 22)

‘Fill in the blanks in the following sentences making use of the four options in the letter A – D 1. They arrived Lagos by now’ all things being equal (a) had (b) must(c) must have (d)would haveRight choice – Option D 2. The pupils_________so much noise that the teacher had to tell them to […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 21)

The approach to the University is being restructured to ease the flow of traffic, give better security and provide an appropriate introduction to a seat of higher learning. The works and services complex is also under construction, and we intend to move into the completed (major) part of it within the next few weeks. All […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 20)

Read the following passage and answer the questions based on it Why should an artist attempt to concentrate his experience of life in a unique work of art? No Final answer can be given, but two possible reasons suggest themselves. Man seems always to have preferred order to disorder. His whole progress on earth has […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 19)

From the words lettered A – D choose the word which best completes each of the following sentences’ 1. The solution to the problem is, happily’_________A at hand B on hand C within hand D near handRight choice – Option A 2. My grandmother told a story that made me________ A Laughing B laugh C […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 18)

Instruction from the words lettered A-D’ choose the word or group of words that is nearest in meaning to theunderlined expression as it is used in the sentence‘ 1. I was warned against his erratic nature A. Impolite B.unpredictable C. insane D. unusual Right choice – Option B 2. Doggedly they made their way across […]

UTME ENGLISH PAST QUESTIONS (PAGE 17)

Read the fotlowing passage to answer questions 1 – 5 Delinquency describes actions that would not be crimes if performed by adults. lf a young person performs one of such actions then he has committeci a crime. Delinquer;cy is one of several status offences that can be committed only by people in particular stations of […]