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1. Noun
A noun can be define as a Name for a person, animal, thing, place, idea, activity.

Moreso, to make it look advanced, you can define now as (a Naming word )

Examples

John, cat, box, desert, liberty, golf

2. Pronoun Alternate name for a noun.

Examples

he, she, it

3. Adjective Modifies a noun or pronoun.

Examples

big, good, full

4. Verb Expresses action or existence.

Examples

went, purred, is

5. Adverb Modifies a verb, adverb, or adjective.

Examples

quickly, loudly, here

6. Conjunction Connects words, phrases, or clauses.

Examples

and, or, but

7. Preposition Precedes phrase that acts as a modifier or noun.

Examples

with, for, at

8. Interjection Expresses emotion.

Gosh! Wow! Super!

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Types of Nouns in English


Nouns are among the most important words in the English
language – without them, we’d have a difficult time speaking
and writing about anything.

Every type of noun comes with
its own rules,

We have :

ABSTRACT NOUNS

COLLECTIVE NOUNS

CONCRETE NOUNS

COMMON NOUNS




Abstract nouns are those referring to ideas, concepts,emotions, and other “things” you can’t physically interact with.
You can’t see, taste, touch, smell, or hear something named with an abstract noun. Some abstract noun examples
are included in the following sentences.

i Success seems to come easily to certain people )

ii Myschoolnewz website wore a new design

iii She has an incredible love for nature.

iv This is of great importance.

v He received an award for his bravery.


Collective Nouns

When talking about types of noun, it’s important to remember collective nouns.
A collective noun is a word that
refers to a group. It can be either singular or plural, but is
usually used in the singular. Some collective noun examples
are included in the following sentences.



Examples


Our team is enjoying an unbroken winning streak.

All members of myschoolnewz are intelligent


There’s a pack of hyenas outside
.
Watch out for that swarm of bees.

Our class graduates two years from now.


Common Nouns


Common nouns are used to refer to general things rather
than specific examples. Common nouns are not normally
capitalized unless they are used as part of a proper name or
are placed at the beginning of a sentence. Some common
noun examples are included in the following sentences.

Examples

Be sure to pick a top university.

Stack those matric gown carefully.

There are many educational website.

My dog won’t stop barking.



Concrete Nouns



Concrete nouns are words used for actual things you can touch, see, taste, feel, and hear – things you interact with
every day. Notice that concrete nouns can also be countable,
uncountable, common, proper, and collective nouns. Some
concrete noun examples are included in the following
sentences.

Examples

Please remember to buy pounded yam.

Have a seat in that chair.

Charge my techno phone now

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Types of Pronouns

Pro means “for.”

Pronoun means “for a noun.”

When used to

Personal: I, me, mine, my / you, your / he, him, his / she, her / we, our, us / they, them, their / it...

Indefinite (not specific): all, any, anyone, both, each, either, everyone, few, many...

Interrogative (ask questions): what?, which?, who?, whom?, whose?...

Demonstrative (point out): this, that, these, those...


Reflexive (reflect back): myself, yourself, himself, herself, themselves...

Relative (link dependent clauses): that, which, who, whoever, whom, whose

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Type of Verb

Action Verbs

As the names suggest, action verbs primarily express action.
For instance, sit, eat, cycle, etc. They describe things and
actions that occur rather than the state of something.

Transitive Verbs

Verbs that are used together with a direct object. The object
can be a thing or a person.
1. Owe
2. Feed
3. Make
4. Drive
5. Lift


1. Bukola owes muhammed some money.
2. He feeds his children while their mother is away.
3. She makes basket to sell at the market.

Intransitive Verbs
Verbs that don’t have a direct object for their meaning to be
communicated. In most cases, they are followed by an
adverb, adjective, verb complement or a preposition.
1. Die
2. Arrive
3. Respond
4. Wait
5. Sit
6. Look

1. His sister died of Ebola virus.
2. We arrived at school very late.
3. Gloria responded to all questions in the exam.




Auxiliary Verbs

Verbs that come before main verbs in a verb phrase
1. Be
2. Shall
3. May
4. Could

1. If all goes well, I will be going home today.
2. We shall meet tomorrow in the afternoon and discuss the matter we left pending.
3. We may go shopping anytime from now because the rains have stopped.


Lexical Verb

All other verbs other than auxiliary verbs. It is a main verb.

1. Come
2. Rest
3. Organize
4. Handle

1. He will be coming home for dinner.
2. He rested in the shadow after a tedious job in the garden.
3. Omolola will be organising the group before she travels.


Finite Verbs & Nonfinite Verbs

Finite Verbs
A verb that agrees with a given subject in a sentence. It is usually marked for tense.
1. Appear
2. Promise
3. Enjoy
4. Love
5. Hate
1. He appears sick.
2. Jane promised to change her behavior.
3. Gladys said that she enjoyed learning more about verbs.


Nonfinite Verb
A verb that has no distinction in different tense. It cannot be
used unaccompanied as the main verb in a given question or sentence.

1. Expand
2. Leave
3. Smile
1. You can expand your boundary.
2. We may leave after 10.00pm.
3. She had a reason to smile.



5 Regular Verbs & Irregular Verbs

Regular Verb is A verb whose past participle and past tense is attained by
adding –d or –ed or –t for some. It is sometimes called a
weak verb.
1. Accept
2. Arrive
3. Fence
4. Deliver

1. I accepted the offer.
2. He has just arrived.
3. He fenced the area.


Irregular Verb

Also called a strong verb. It does not usually follow the rules
for common verb forms. They usually do not have the
predictable –ed ending.
1. Get
2. Go
3. Say
4. See
5. Come
6. Take
7. Sleep

1. He got his business running at the right time.
2. We went (go) home early.
3. They came by bus on a Saturday morning.

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pls what time do english lecture start for each day...our teacher is realy helping us

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[color=#ffff00][quote=Guest][color=#000000]WHICH TIME THE LECTURE START[/color][/quote][/color]

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According to 2015 syllabus,topics are there.I
will be treating them accordingly pls get ur syllabus and
get ready.
1.comprehension and summary.Under these are br />
descriptions
narration
exposition and
argumentative...
All these will be discussed sooner and how questions
come under them being words,phrases,clauses,figures
of speech and idioms as used in a particular passage


This is a short brief of last day at F.H.S.Pls study
these..answers have been quoted
1.Mr Kemi died of ......?'ovaria cancer'
2.Efua can be described as...... "unfortunate and victim
of all circumstances"
3....... Is fond of calling jimi his full name "mama silifa d
bean cake seller"
4....... Arrived from U.k. 4 d burial of kemi "femi"
5....... Suffered from child abuse "Efua"
6........ Are rhymers "group of 5 student"
7. ....is physics teacher "Mr evan"
8....... Is business woman and traveler "funmi
9,...... Is close to her mother "jimi"
10.... Is nt close to her mother "efua"



11.Mrs obanje' is d principal of st.Catherine school
where Efua attended before FHS
12.the rhymers are group of five students
13.why did d principal choose to reinvestigate theft of
laboratory equipment? "efua challenge at him during
jimi's puplic
apology
14.femi" arrived from UK for burial of kemi
15.efua is not as close to her mother like jimi
16.Mr mallum is d principal of FHS
17.efua suffered from child abuse
18.miss Agbenovi is a copper in FHS
19.Mr sallam is d English teacher
20.jolly Stephen didn't attend d same primary school
with Jim
22.headgirl of FHS is Ada
23.Mr bade is d math teacher
24.Mr vann physics teacher gave momentum question to
d class and solved by jimi
25.Mr enisore is d Chancellor of FHS... please read it
further and concentrate...

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among of what u need to know are d following.....
4>>Common errors in English.. There are difference
among "site,cite and sight"
Site means location...cite means to give or mention
while sight means power to see..
Example:The ...............engineer was unhappy with the
shoddy work done by the contractors(a)sight(b)cite
(c)site..The correct answer is site.Because it tells us the
location.(UME 1995





Errors in English.."Atimes and At times"
Atimes is wrong
At times is right..
Note:"At" should be separated from" times"
E.g she usually works hard;but at times she could be
very lazy.
UME 1994 Q 64



"Grease to elbow" is wrong
"power" to elbow" is right.
Example;this is to congratulate you on your success in
the last examination and to wish you more 'power to your
elbow'...
UME 1995 Q97


Errors in English Language.
1.Birds of the same feather flocks together is wrong...
'Birds of a feather flocks together flocks together' is
right(UME 1991 Q 69).
2.'Disvirgin' is also wrong as well.
'De-flower' is right.(Because DISVIRGIN is not a word in
dictionary...)
3.'Biro is commonly say and use by students but it is
wrong to say BIRO.
*BALL-PEN is right.(Because BIRO is nt a Dictionary
word neither acronym nor abbreviation).


Advice' and Advise' both are right just that they have
different usage.
Advice is noun
ADVISE IS VERB
*The .....given to you is the way to your success.
(a)Advise(b)advice.
The right answer is ADVICE(uME 1987 Q 73)
*He was ......by police man (a)advised(b)adviced
th right answer is ADVISED(because ADVISE there
shows th action is past tense form)



1.'In case of incasity' is wrong
'Incase of necessity'is right (Because IN CASITY is not a
dictionary word).(UME 1985 Q66)
2."THEM" is an indefinite pronoun which sometimes act
as singular of plural..But,students mostly think it is
plural.
(UME 1972 Q80).If anybody ask of tell .......to wait for
me.(a)it(b)him(c)her(d)them.which of them is right?
why?

The right answer is THEM (because no gender is specified
and ANYBODY there is also an indefinite pronoun.



1.It is high time i .......(a)pray(b)praying(c)prayed
(d)prayer.
The correct answer is "prayed"UME 1993 Q68(Any verb
after 'hightime' nd pronoun must be in past form).
2.I will like to see u......the row.(a)jump(b)jumped
(c)jumping.
The correct answer is "jump"(Any verb after subject,verb
and object should be in presen

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This is d concept of essay
writing ....Essay writing in
general is a French word
called "essayer"means to try'
Essay means tryin to use
words to present ideas on a
particular topic or thing BY
ASHONIBARE 2002.
The shape of essay is
important in whatever topic
brought to you.The shape
relates to the
beginning,middle and the end
,other wise known as the
STRUCTURE OF TH ESSAY.
Ways of answering essay
irrespective of where
questions come are these br /
> Understanding of the main
topic
familiarize urself to
dictionary for some difficult
key words use
The contraction
Idioms
proverbs and point.

"Contraction"this
means admissible of diverse
meaning or
interpretation.Example
1.to be easily deceived
means'gullible'
2.To die without leaving a
will mean 'intestate'
3.Testate is the opposite.
4.To dig up a corpse 'exhume'
5. That can be found
everywhere 'ubiquitous'
6.To destroy 'vandalize'
7.loss of memory 'Amnesia'
8.that can be read'legible'
9.'illegible' opposite
10.Easily broken 'fragile'
11.Living forever'immortal'
12.twice in a year 'biannual'
13.Once in two years'biennial'
14.fit to eat'edible'
15.'inedible' opposite
16. Impossible to
avoid'inevitable'
17.difficult to believe
'incredible'
18.Not capable of making
mistake 'infallible'
19.unable to read 'illiterate'
20.lavish spending
'extravagant'
All these are contraction
which are indisputable in
jamb and other
examinations

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"register"is also an
important aspect of Essay.
REGISTER means the range of
vocabulary grammar used by
speaker in particular social
circumstances or professional
context.
Area of register...
1.law
2.medicine health hospital
3.Agriculture and horticulture
4.theatre and entertainment
5.Government and politics
6.Engineering
7.Computerjournalism,publishing
and building...
All these are ways which essay
come...But,note that,they only
need their English terms not
other


Students should be
able to know different btw
'test' and
'diagnose'..Also,registered
word for accident's
group...'Fatal'Minor'and
'serious '
FATAL means accidents that
involve death or permanent
disable.
MINOR means accident no
death no disability but small
wound.
SERIOUS:means accident that
involve wounds,damages to
vehicle and a victims...
Their is nothing like 'terrible
accident'..So,take note of
dat...sooner u will see
registered words for both
medicine and Law.


Irrespective of your
secondary school dept.,ur
chosen course any Nigeria
University,U have to know
'Register'as far as 2015 jamb
is concern in case of necessity
(incasity is wrong).


TERMS IN MEDICINE AND
HOSPITAL.

1.theater(place doing
surgical operation)
2.mortuary
3.stethoscope means
instrument to listen to sound
or beat of lungs.
3.Gynaecologist Specialist in
woman treatment
4.Physician means another
name for Medical Doctor
5.Autopsy :a medical
examination of deceased
person.
6.HIV human
immunodeficiency syndrome
(virus of AIDS)
7.psychtherapist:doctor of
mad,mental disorder
8.Patients known
9.transfusion (blood
collection)
10.Vaccine blood storage)
11.Amputate to cutoff a limp
in surgical operation.
12.Exhume:to bring dead
body out of ground for test.
13.Contraceptives:drug use to
prevent woman from
becoming pregnant.
14,Radiographer erson that
carries x-ray.
15.Ailment means illness
16.dewrmatologist:An expert
skin treatment.
17.dentist:a trained person
for teeth treatment.
18.stretcher instrument for
carrying injured or patient
person.
19.thermometer:for
measuring temperature of
body.
20.Laboratory known to all....
Try to study

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Register For Law.
1.WILL the compensation or
reward pay to the person
who suffer some damage
2.DEMISE the legal term for
death
3.DIE INTESTATE known to
you all in contraction
4.PLAINTIFF the person
maintain an action against
another in court
5.DEFENDANT the person
against whom an action is
maintained.
6.CLIENT one who seek appeal
against a decision of a court
7.RESPONDENT the person
whom the appeal is made
8.ALIBI a plea made by an
accused person
9.PERJURY to tell lie on oath
10.PATRICIDE the offence of
killing one's father.
11.MATRICIDE mother's
murder
12.INFANTICIDE offence of
killing an infant
13.MURDER to kill
intentionally
14.MANSLAUGHTER
unintentional killing
15.ACCOMPLICE a perswho
aid or bet in the commission
of crime.
16.FELONY most serious
offence
17.BATTERY through
hitting,touch,beating of
another person.
18.ALIMONY money to for
husband/wife after divorce
19.AFFIDAVITS written
statement which is used as
evident.
20.TREASON the offence of
betraying one's country...
All these might not directly
come out like this,but
indirectly questions will come
on them..
Also,some might think
'register' is not is essay but
indirectly it is.so,take note of
them.

Mr Solution
Mr Solution
Below are d rules of
replqcement...that is give them
answer according to d part of
speech it comes..for example


Indisputably means
undoubtedly,certainly,unarguably
(this is wrong becauseu av used
more than one.Pick any of them)
2.Maintain the 'tenses' and 'part
of speech'of the word or fhrase u
r to replace. E.g.
Amazing=surprising not surprise
Amaze :surprise not surprising
Amazed=surprised not surprise
or surprising
Thoroughly=completely not
complete
receives =gets not get ...Alot of
them like that and many rules
like

PHRASES,CLAUSES AND
GRAMMARTICAL FUNCTION
AND NAME.
Before u give an expression
name and function,try to
understand d basic content
of 'part of
speech'.However,all will be
discussed in details for both
WAECITES AND JAMBITES.
PHRASES hrase is a group of
words that form a sentence
but which has verb or any
verb at all.At times it have
have meaning merely but
grammatically it is wrong...
1.To+ a verb e.g.
To eat bread
to sell goods
2.No verb at all e.g.
Candidates in the
examination hall
Fruits in the garden
In the morning(No verb in
these)

Verbs ending with'ing'
e.g.
Eating in the wall
selling contraband goods
CLAUSES
A clause is a group of
collection of words that has a
finite verb but makes no
complete sense e.g.
Which had probably been
lying forgotten for month on
his curling.
GRAMMATICAL NAMES/
function.ADJECTIVAL PHRASE/
clauses
HINTS.
1.Adjectival clause is also
called 'Relative clause'
Note that: All relative
pronoun
'WHOSE,WHO,WHICH,THAT
and WHO. all these determine
ADJECTIVAL PHRASE OR
CLAUSES .
E.g. Give me the black pen
that is on the floor.(that is
underlined to end)Answer is
adjectival clause.(that is
relative pronoun)
2.ADJECTIVAL PHRASE/clause
qualifies noun or pronoun
3.it joins th the main clause
with 'relative pronoun'
4.Most time the noun or
pronoun adjective qualifies
comes before the underline
part...e.g.
I saw the boy that was there
yesterday(that was
underlined to end)Answer is
adjectival clause...it qualifies
th noun 'boy'..

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the vice chancellor
himself had it mind when he
told his colleagues who were
calling for harsh punishment
for the culprit.(who is
underlined down)Answer is
Adjectival clause:qualifies th
noun colleagues. Nov.2001 Q
9(2)........social security
services which ensure some
financial support(which is
underlined down) Answer is
as usual...Alot like that...


ADVERBIALVB PHRASES/
CLAUSES.
HINTS
1.adverbial phrases or clauses
does the work of advert I.e. It
modifies verb
2.Advert usually answer the
question
WHY,WHEN,WHERE,HOW,UNDER
WHAT WHAT CONDITION,TO
WHAT EXTENT,WHAT RESULT,FOR
WHAT PURPOSE.e.t.c.
KIND OF ADVERB.
ADVERB OF TIME:e.g.
When,while,whenever,since,until,before,after,
etc.
E.g. At moment of impact the eye
is left exposed(At moment of
impact)Answer is phrase of
time..:It the verb 'exposed'
(ii)Before i could say anything
else. To mother and son,the
theater doors were open.(before
to else is underlined)Answer is
adverbial clause which
modifies'were flung open'

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I want to see people's
comments about this class
weather it is interesting or
not before I proceed... Thanks
a lot for ur maximum and
adequate cooperation...

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I LOVE IT IS VERY INTERESTING PLS I WANT 2 LEARN MORE

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very interesting and educative.getting better at english

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interesting and easy to learn, kip it up sir

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my name is marvellous i want to study english

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am greatful for the class is very knowledgeable and interesting

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am greatful for the class is very knowledgeable and interesting

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hello,mr solution i'm new in this room,and i'm among the student who will take their neco this year 2016,i hope we will get help from you

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I love dis its very educative... keep it up sir

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MY IS BUHARI I AM VERY MUCH LIKE THIS IT

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I really appreciate you sir more power to your elbow

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Am hapy for dis lesson sir keep it up muh'd alfa isah

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Am hapy for dis lesson sir keep it up muh'd alfa isah


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