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WASSCE: How WAEC tests nouns in English

By Akeem Lasisi Each of the eight word classes is tested in various ways, with INTERJECTION being the only one that rarely appears....

WASSCE/NECO English Language: Tips on Summary Writing + what markers want

By Akeem Lasisi As the West African Senior School Certificate Examination draws close, Phenomenal English begins to offer tips on handling the different sections of...

WAEC lists conditions for August-September WASSCE

The West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination has given the conditions under which the August 4-September 5 examination will hold. "For the sake of emphasis,...

Grammar: All works of life or All walks of life?

Tobi Ijalana What is your choice here? Is it 'People from all WORKS of life attended the programme' or 'People from all WALKS of life...

Difference between ‘has’. ‘have’ and ‘had’

Akeem Lasisi The two words are verbs that we constantly use. In some contexts, they perform the function of a main verb, while in others...

VIDEO: How to avoid the grammatical error in ‘paying the money...

Tobi Ijalana What is wrong with this expression: 'I am paying for the bus instalmentally'? Although 'paying instalmentally' is a popular expression as we have in...

VIDEO: How you mix up ‘each other’ and ‘themselves’

Are you among those who confuse 'each other' with 'themselves' whenever you are speaking or writing? Don't say NO until you watch the short...

VIDEO: Are you among those who use ‘although’ and ‘but’ together?

Did you know that it is grammatically wrong to use 'although' and 'but' together, as in the same sentence? Perhaps you are one of...

VIDEO: Why it is wrong to say ‘My names are’

Dele Adekunle Are you among those who introduce themselves thus:'My names are...'? Then, you need to watch this short video to know why the expression...

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