NABTEB GCE 2023 ENGLISH LANGUAGE ANSWERS

¬†O’LEVEL ENGLISH ANSWERS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE OBJ
01-10: ABCBACBCDD
11-20: CDCABBABBc
21-30: CBCBDCADCC
31-40: DBCCDCCBBB
41-50: ABCBBABCBC
51-60: AADDABCDAC
61-70: DACBCCAABC
71-80: DCADBCCCBD
81-90: DDBCDCDDAB
91-100: BBBABDCCAB.

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SECTION A; ANSWER ONE QUESTION FROM THIS SECTION

(1)

7, Divine Road Street,
Off Rufai Close,
Alimosho,
Lagos State.
5th December 2023.

Dear [Brother’s Name],

I hope this letter finds you well. We’ve recently moved into a new apartment, and I wanted to share with you some of the reasons why I’m loving our new place. It’s been an exciting transition, and I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it.

First and foremost, the neighborhood is fantastic. Unlike our previous place, our new apartment is situated in a quieter and more peaceful area. The streets are lined with trees, and there’s a serene atmosphere that makes it a joy to come home to. I appreciate the change from the hustle and bustle of our old neighborhood, and it’s a much-needed break from the noise and congestion.

Another significant factor is the proximity to essential amenities. The convenience of having grocery stores, pharmacies, and other essential services within walking distance is a game-changer. It not only saves time but also makes day-to-day tasks much more manageable. I no longer have to endure long commutes or deal with traffic jams just to pick up a few groceries. It’s amazing how such simple conveniences can enhance the overall quality of life.

Lastly, our new apartment has more space, which has made a world of difference. The additional room has allowed for a more organized and comfortable living environment. I now have a designated workspace, and my parents have their own areas for relaxation. The extra space has brought a sense of openness and freedom that we didn’t have in our previous cramped quarters.

I’m genuinely excited about this new chapter, and I can’t wait for you to visit and experience it firsthand. Let me know when you’re planning to come by, and we can explore the neighborhood together. I’m sure you’ll appreciate the positive changes as much as I do.

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Warm regards,

[Your Name]
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(3)
Ladies and Gentlemen, Esteemed Guests, Faculty, and My Fellow Students,

I stand before you today with immense pride as the head boy/girl of our esteemed technical and vocational school on this momentous occasion of our Founder’s Day. It is an honor to celebrate the visionary individuals who laid the foundation for an institution that has been pivotal in shaping our futures through technical and vocational education.

Our school stands tall as a beacon of excellence in providing specialized training that equips us with practical skills and knowledge essential for the challenges of the real world. Today, I would like to highlight three key advantages of technical and vocational training over traditional grammar schools.

Firstly, practical relevance is the hallmark of technical and vocational education. While grammar schools focus primarily on theoretical knowledge, our school places a strong emphasis on hands-on training. Our classrooms are not confined to textbooks alone; they extend to workshops, laboratories, and real-world simulations. This practical exposure ensures that we graduate with skills that are immediately applicable in the workforce, providing us with a competitive edge in today’s dynamic job market.

Secondly, the diversity of career paths available to us is vast. In traditional grammar schools, the emphasis is often on academic pursuits that may not necessarily align with the varied demands of the global economy. Our technical and vocational training opens up a multitude of career options, ranging from engineering and healthcare to culinary arts and information technology. This versatility allows each student to find their passion and develop expertise in a field that aligns with their interests and aspirations.

Lastly, our education system fosters a strong sense of entrepreneurship and innovation. The practical nature of our training encourages creativity and problem-solving skills. Instead of merely memorizing facts, we are taught to think critically, analyze situations, and develop innovative solutions. This entrepreneurial mindset not only benefits us as individuals but also contributes to the economic growth and development of our communities and nation.

As we celebrate our Founder’s Day, let us take a moment to express gratitude for the visionaries who understood the importance of technical and vocational education in shaping well-rounded, skilled individuals. Together, let us continue to uphold the values and principles that make our school a bastion of excellence in technical and vocational training.

Thank you, and let us all look forward to a future filled with the promise of success and achievement through the unique advantages our school provides.
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SECTION B; COMPREHENSION

(5a)
Tailgating is considered unsafe because it involves driving too closely behind another vehicle, leaving insufficient distance for the leading vehicle to stop safely.

(5b)
The rule against tailgating is that a driver must maintain a sufficient distance from the vehicle in front to stop safely and avoid collisions. A minimum of two seconds’ gap is recommended, and more distance is needed in adverse weather conditions.

(5c)
Tailgating is described as an aggressive driving behavior because it involves intentionally driving very closely to the vehicle in front, creating a hostile and unsafe situation on the road.

(5d)
(i) Tailgating increases the risk of causing a crash, endangering the safety of all involved parties.
(ii) Tailgating goes against the rule that requires maintaining a safe following distance.
(iii) Tailgating is considered aggressive driving behavior, which may be subject to fines and penalties.

(5e)
According to the writer, instead of tailgating, one should get ahead of the vehicle in front by keeping a safe distance and waiting for an appropriate opportunity to pass

(5f)
(i) Noun phrase
(ii) It serves as the subject complement in the sentence.

(5g)
(i) Sufficient – Adequate
(ii) Illegal – Unlawful
(iii) Sandwiched – Caught between
(iv) A crash – Collision
(v) Wrecking – Damaging

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SECTION C; SUMMARY

(6a)
(i) The meat of the coconut is used for cooking and flavouring dishes
(ii) It is used in the production of cooking oils and margarine
(iii) The sweet and refreshing coconut water is enjoyed as beverages

(6b)
(i) It is used as a substitute for fuel source
(ii) The hair on the outer shells is utilised as a tool for polishing wood floors
(iii) It is employed in the production of cosmetics and medicines

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